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Jeremiah Scott Williams “Miah”

Jeremiah Scott Williams “Miah”

Born September 17th, 1980 in Alamosa Colorado to Robert Williams and Lisa Nelson. Jeremiah grew up in Colorado, living in Alamosa, Broomfield and Aurora. Moving to Utah in 2019. 

Jeremiah loved the mountains and nature, he hiked frequently with his best friend Buster, his loyal companion. They had amazing adventures together. Poor Buster is beside himself with grief. They were 2 peas in a pod. 

Jeremiah loved all animals and always took the best of care for his 4 legged children.

Jeremiah was an avid reader, he was always reading a good fantasy book. Dragons, Hobbits and fairies. 

Jeremiah held different jobs over the years. He was a hard worker that could be depended on. He often moved up quickly in a position. He was currently working a job for a window company that he enjoyed and was making good money, recently paying off his debt and putting a little nest egg away that he was very proud of. 

Jeremiah loved video games; he had an amazing set-up to play online games and had a vast collection of vintage systems and games. He used to say he had every gaming system that you could think of.

He also enjoyed collecting coins. His coin collection is something spectacular. Very organized just like he kept his apartment and his belongings. He held onto sentimental items from many years ago. 

He liked to cook and eat good food. Steaks and ice cream were some of his favorites. 

Jeremiah loved his family. He loved having a big extended family. He was the oldest cousin of 35 first cousins on his mother’s side. He loved his little sister. They had a special connection, she looked up to him and thought the word of him. They have so many wonderful memories together. 

Many people loved Jeremiah. He had many long term friends that he kept in contact with and cherished. He is survived by a mother that loved him dearly and sister and a beautiful niece. And many loving family members.

Arrangements in care of Dalton-Hoopes Funeral Home. 435-884-3031

1 Comment

  • Tom Posted July 26, 2022 2:25 am

    Rest in peace brother. Condolences to all his family and friends. Sending love.

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