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Jeramiah Clyde Kindall

Sep 30, 2022

2004 – 2022

Jeramiah Clyde Kindall, our warrior, fought his final earthly battle on Sunday, September 25, 2022.

He was born on February 10th, 2004 in Ogden, Utah to Joshua and Corine Kindall. Jeramiah was well-known for his kind and gracious demeanor and his willingness to volunteer his time at the Ogden Bike Collective doing what he was passionate about. Jeramiah was loving toward everyone he met and saw the goodness within everyone he made contact with. Jeramiah was an active member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints and actively held the Aaronic Priesthood and served in his calling of Priest Quorum First Assistant. He was a minister and friend to all. Jeramiah took great pride in attending Utah Military Academy for six years and had recently enrolled in the OWATC Welding Program, where he was excelling in his studies. Jeramiah was very proud of following in his brothers’ footsteps in achieving the rank of Eagle Scout. One of Jeramiah’s greatest sources of happiness was the time he spent with Abigail and Jack, his niece and nephew. Jeramiah was preceded in death by grandparents, Lynn Hamblin, James and Judy Kindall, and his uncle Casey Hamblin. Jeramiah is survived by his parents, his sister Caitlynn (Josh Cowles), his brother J.J., his grandma Marilyn, many loving aunts, uncles, cousins, a niece, and a nephew. Even in death, Jeramiah’s generosity was further demonstrated through being an organ donor. His donations gave new life and helped multiple people, to include the donation of his heart valves which were received by two infants. Services will be held at the LDS Meetinghouse, located at 976 33rd St. Ogden, UT 84403. Visitation will be held on Sunday, October 2nd from 6-9 pm and Monday, October 3rd from 9-10:30 am. Followed by funeral services from 11 am-1 pm with graveside services immediately following at Leavitts Aultorest Memorial Park. Virtual attendance of services can be accessed through the Premier Funeral Home website. In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations be made in Jeramiah’s name to a Go Fund Me set up in his memory, which can be found by searching Jeramiah Kindall on the website. The family plans to honor Jeramiah’s legacy by starting a foundation that will provide bicycles to underprivileged children.