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David Aaron Carruth

January 10, 1963 - January 5, 2013

David Aaron Carruth, 49, passed away on January 5, 2013. He was born on January 10, 1963 to Diane Farr and William Carruth in Ogden, Utah. David graduated from Ben Lomond High School. He served in the Marine Corps. He then married Michele Spitzer. They had four children together. They later divorced. David then married Makala Crist in Reno, Nevada. They had one child together. He worked for KK Mechanical as a pluming estimator; he also worked in Las Vegas, Reno and Portland. His favorite hobbies include: golfing, fly fishing and spending time with his family. David is survived by his wife, Makala, his children: Joshua, Chase, Kody, Brandon, Trinity, Jacob and Hope. He is also survived by his parents, William and Diane, sisters, Michelle, Sarah and Katie and his grandson, Carson. He was preceded in death by his sister Melissa, brother, Paul and aunt, Karen. A Celebration of David’s life will be held on Thursday, January 10, 2013 at 11:00 at Leavitt’s Mortuary, 836 36th Street, Ogden. The family will greet friends prior to services from 9:45 a.m. to 10:45 a.m.Cremation under the direction of Leavitt’s Mortuary. Please send us your condolences and a memory at www.leavittsmortuary.com

 

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Date: Thursday, January 10, 2013

Time: 11:00 am - 10:45 am

Leavitts Mortuary

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836 36th Street, , Ogden, UT, 84403

 

Timeline for David Aaron Carruth

Born: January 10, 1963
Died: January 5, 2013

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chase carruth posted on 3/9/13

I love and miss you so much dad!...if one more person says you look just like your father I might punch en in the face lol...hope you are ok and happy

 

Curtis Hoehn posted on 1/11/13

I am so sorry to hear about the passing of Dave. I went to school with him from Hillcrest thru Ben Lomond. He was a great Man, I know Dave will be sorely missed by everyone who knew him. I'm sorry I was unable to attend his lifes Celebration.

 

Christina Robinson posted on 1/10/13

Dave was a nice man and a friend. Among the first when I moved to Ogden in 1986. He will be missed.

 

Dave Griffin posted on 1/10/13

It's hard to mention only one memory - there were many. I can't remember a time in my life when I didn't know Dave. As life happened, our paths went separate ways and I hadn't seen him for years - a life time or more. For the past few years I had thought to track him down. Most recently I had intended to do so over the holiday season. With all best intentions, neglect begets regret, of which I shall regret for the rest of my days. I had always remembered his birthday and thought this would be the time I would finally follow through - when I got back in town.One ordinary morning in Junior High, while walking to school, we had our typical conversation of splitting the "teenage atom" and all our waxing philosophical. In the midst of this particular conversation he told me of a segment (I think) in Readers Digest about "the most unforgettable person in your life". While reaffirming how odd I was, he told me I would be the most unforgettable person he could ever know. A dubious honor at the time, hopefully that wasn't completely accurate.I can say there were events in my life that I will never forget and in some cases shaped who I have become - of which involved Dave. A couple seared so deeply in my mind, time has little affect on their clarity. I will never forget Dave - my sometimes brother on the other street.BTW - I will concede. You were right about Jimmy Paige.My God bless the family of this man that will always be my friend.Unforgettable...............

 

Dorthy Mayes posted on 1/10/13

My condolences goes out to your family in this time in need. Makala, you are a sister to me. Have been since we were 4 yrs old. I love you and I am so sorry for your loss. I am here for you and always will be. After talking to you today, my heart is breaking. I understand your pain. Call me as soon as you can!!!

 

Danny & Kelly Price posted on 1/9/13

I've known Dave since we were kids of approximately 12 years old. We went to school together, and worked with him at Kimberly Clark. We took a camping trip to Murdock Basin, set up camp, and fished two days straight. I was his Best Man at his wedding with Michelle, and he was also an usher at my wedding. It's hard to believe he is gone.

 

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