Jennifer Holbrook Obituary, Death – In Kaysville, Utah, Jennifer Elizabeth (Mott) Holbrook passed away in 2022. On April 7, 1984, Jenn was born in Salt Lake City, Utah. Skyline grad from 2002. She attended SUU and SLC for nursing school. While attending nursing school, Jenn worked as an RN and CNA at the Huntsman Cancer Hospital. Nurse. She assisted hundreds of cancer patients as a dedicated nurse. She put up a lot of effort during the COVID-19 outbreak. Jenn enjoyed being a nurse and her abilities made her a valued asset to her patients and coworkers.
Through their families, Jenn and Derek first met in 2012. On October 11, 2012, they were married in the Salt Lake Temple after falling in love right away. Abigail and Jack, twins born in 2014 and 2018. Jenn cherished her husband and children. She put her family first. She treated them terribly. She enjoyed visiting St. George and Brighton/Solitude on July 4th. Jenn, a lifelong Mormon, left a lasting impression on her friends, coworkers, and neighbors. She was thoughtful, considerate, and giving. Her grin expanded. She clearly loved the Peanuts gang, especially when she decorated for the holidays. Every Christmas, she needed a real pine tree. Jenn kept her home neat and clean, and it smelled good. She enjoyed swimming, traveling, and baking. Her favorite artists included Lady Gaga, Garth Brooks, Linkin Park, Anberlin, The Offspring, U2, and Brian Regan. We shall miss Jenn’s vivacity, wit, smile, and love.
Father Roger (Julie) Mott, mother Susan (Jack) Marietta, husband Derek Holbrook, children Abigail and Jack Holbrook, grandmother Eloise Goodyear, brothers Jeffery (Melissa, their children Eloise, Madeline, Crew, and Conrad), Jason (Natalie, their children Porter and Gideon), and step-brother Chris (Jen) Marietta are the survivors of Jenn. Jenn’s visitation will be placed at Russon Brothers Mortuary in Farmington, Utah 84025 on Friday, December 2, 2022, from 6 to 8 PM. A visitation will be held by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints on December 3, 2022, from 9:30 to 10:30 AM. The funeral is from 11 to 12 after visiting. On December 3, 2022, ceremonies will take place in Kaysville City Cemetery.