Emrie Rose Osmun
11/19/1999 - 09/14/2021
Our dear sweet Emrie who was an amazing daughter, sister, granddaughter, niece, friend and an inspirational soul. She passed away on 09/14/2021 in her loving home with her family and friends surrounded by her side.
Emrie was born on 11/19/1999 in Murray, Utah to Hollie Rose Burton Hatch, shortly after she chose Brian Marvin Hatch to be her Daddy/Hero.
We then planted our roots in Magna where she grew and thrived. She later became a loving big sister/ role model to Haylie and Carlie. She grew up with her best friend's Tristin and Korinne.
She graduated Cyprus High School in 2018. After graduation she began her adventure as being an adult and started working at Smith's where she met her loving boyfriend Mason.
She was then inconveniently diagnosed with a rare form of brain cancer. Emrie refused to let this halt her life. She continued everyday with a smile and as positive as positive could be. No matter how sick she was she would always say " I'm fine".
Emrie's courageous battle included several treatments, radiation, chemo, clinical trials and consisted of many doctors in many states. In search for a cure with never ending faith. This took such valor, she stole the hearts of many medical staff, and inspired many doctors as she courageously faced what seemed impossible but was never impossible in her mind.
Emrie loved all things. She enjoyed hanging out with best friends Tristin and Korinne and boyfriend Mason. She was an amazing artist, enjoyed Halloween and created our own spooky decorations, making wooden flags with Dad. She loved SyFy Super Hero, comics AKA Spiderman, skateboarding, camping, target shooting "all of Dad's targets, eagle eye". She was a jokester and loved making people laugh and competing with Dad's sense of humour. She was our personal comedian until the very end. Her "off the wall wardrobe" was Vans. She loved making people feel special and surprised them with trinkets, art or special sentimental items to show her love. She was an amazing sister who always helped doing their hair, making their lunches, helped with School work and anything to be a big sister. She impacted everyone's life.
Emrie leaves behind so many. Her loving family Hollie Rose, Brian Marvin, Haylie Anne and Carlie Arlene Hatch. Grandparents: Kathy Hatch, Marvin Hatch, Joyce Hunter. Aunts and cousins: Amy (Evalynn), Sierra (Kaydence), Kaylene (Kennedy), Tessa ( Olivia, Blake, Riley), Amee. Great Uncle Jody Loutensock and family.
She was greeted in Heaven by Grandparents Arlene Rose Burton "Pokey", Howard Brent Burton, Great Grandparents Joyce Sunquist Loutensock, Albert Joseph Loutensock, Christine Ann Hayes and Robert Clyde Hayes, Samuel and Phyllis Burton. Many great aunts and uncles.
We owe a special thanks to:
- Bruce and Kathie Garner for their endless love and support, which they impacted our lives in so many ways we are forever grateful.
- Luke Loutensock for his love, strong faith, uplifting encouragement and wisdom, health and wellness.
- Best friends Tristin and Korinne for providing her life long memories, happiness, love and support.
- Boyfriend Mason Taylor Rood for providing her with endless love and happiness.
- Tracy Hales for being another mother role model to her.
- Lynda Eyring for being such a great loving friend, mentor and forever companion.
- Julie and Don Tolman for their endless love and support and for all the special gifts they provided for her protection, health and wellness.
- Lake Ridge 3rd Ward for all the support and unconditional love.
We thank everyone for all their prayers, love and support.
" She fought like a title holder, stood like a champion, lived like a warrior, which never broke her down".
Emrie is forever our Super Hero and Guardian Angel.
We will forever love and miss you our sweet little one.
Until we join you in Heaven and reunite again.
Funeral services will be held 11 a.m. Thursday, September 23, 2021 at Peel Funeral Home, 8525 W. Magna Main St., where visitations will be held both Wednesday, September 22, 2021 from 6-8 p.m. and Thursday 10-10:45 a.m. prior to services. Interment: Pleasant Green Cemetery.
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