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Celebration of Life

Leavitt's Mortuary
Saturday February 29th, 2020

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Damon Lou Anderson

Damon (Lou) Anderson was born February 22, 1993, and passed away unexpectedly at the age of 27 on February 23, 2020.

Damon brought joy to so many lives no matter the length of their relationship.

Damon taught those close to him the meaning of unconditional love.  He was a mommie’s boy for sure and had a deep love for her and his sisters.  He was confident and never cared what anybody thought as long as everyone was happy, even if he had to bust a move and shake his booty.

Damon had recently started playing his favorite sport, basketball, in the Special Olympics.  The Utah Jazz was his inspiration.  Damon was also passionate about music.  His favorite band was Rascal Flatts. In his free time, he practiced film making and wrote poetry. He also loved his dog Buster Browns.

Lou is survived by his parents; Walter (Crystal) Anderson, Alaina (Mike Abercrombie) Anderson, siblings: Aleah (David), Hailee, Lacee, Loghan (Kayla), Legand, and Gabreal; Grandpa Kenneth Simmons; Grandpa Louis Anderson; as well as many aunts, uncles, and cousins.

Lou is preceded in death by Grandmothers, Sandra Simmons and Sandra Anderson.

A Celebration of Life will be held Saturday, February 29, 2020, from 6:00 – 8:00 pm in the Waterfall Atrium at Leavitt’s Mortuary, 836 36th St., Ogden, UT 84403

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Damon and my son, Connor, were friends from the Life Program at Canyon View School. They were always playing basketball, playing air guitar to music and making videos. After the Celebration of Life at Leavitt's Mortuary, we were going through some pics and videos on Connor's phone and found a "dance off" video from 2014. Damon will be missed.

Cheryl Cundick Mar 4 2020 12:00 AM

I didn't know Damon, but cakes were ordered for him and the day I pulled his picture out to make his cakes another associate recognized his picture from Facebook and told me he had passed and showed me more pictures of him and read what his sister had wrote and I was in tears it was very emotional making those cakes for him and just wished I could have done something more special for Damon. I hope the family and friends loved them and they were good enough for him my heart aches for all good family and friends that are having to go through this tragic loss just wanted you to know he even touched peoples hearts that never even had the blessing of knowing him, my deepest sympathies to you ALL!!!!!

Candace Wibert Feb 29 2020 12:00 AM

I enjoyed working with Lou! I was shocked to learn of his passing tonight! Had I known sooner, Id have come to the service. I remember him always wanting to play pranks in my office. I also remember comforting him when his grandmother passed.
Lou, will always hold a special place in my heart.
Former Office Manager at Syracuse Supported Living

Dawn (Soger) Langston Feb 29 2020 12:00 AM

Our hearts are saddened to learn of Damons passing. He spent many hours with our family and he was a delight to be around. Well remember him with love and joy as we think of the times spent with him. May you all find comfort and peace.

Jillair Browning
Diane and Bill Lange

Diane Lange Feb 26 2020 12:00 AM

I worked with Damon at Canyon View School. He was so funny, and truly a gentleman! I have so many fun memories of him! I live straight across the street from the group home where he lived...when I saw all the emergency vehicles on Sunday, I was so worried that they were there for him! And I cried when I found out they were!! He will always have a special place in my heart!

Jean Kay Feb 26 2020 12:00 AM

I worked for a short time with Damon at Canyon View School. Unfortunately I had to quit that job just after the first of the school year the first year he started. I was his job coach, I loved Damon. He called me by my nickname, Della Pi, I loved it. He asked me if I had one the first day of school. He asked if he could call me Della Pi. Just two months later I had a new job and I was saying good bye to my buddy. I have a picture of the two of us taken that day that is a treasure. Then a few months ago my twin sister told me that he moved into the group home directly across the street from her house. On Sunday when all the policemen were there I was praying it wasnt for Damon, especially when she told me a mortuary came. I was so said when she told me the next morning that it was my Damon. Please know that my thoughts and prayers are with you all. I wish I could go to his service but I have a wedding in Bountiful that night. With my deepest sympathy Della Pi. Coombs

Della Coombs Feb 26 2020 12:00 AM