July 12, 2007
Nathan Haymore, son to 2, a brother to 3, and a friend to the world. You were never able to leave a room with him without being touched by his humor, kindness, and generosity. Nathan has a great love for his fellow man. No one was more willing to give of his time and possessions to someone in need. If you happened to be with him on one of these occasions, he expected you to do the same. Nathan’s giving heart is one of many attributes he shares with his Savior. Even at the end, his wishes were to give everything he could in order to make life easier for those around him. Nathan was taught at a very young age of a Father in Heaven who loved him, and a Savior that gave His life for him. Nathan always knew this to be true and was impressed at different times in his life with the great love he felt from on high. Nathan has a keen understanding and love of mechanics. What was once a boy who took everything apart, became a man who could improve anything. He attended South Summit High School before excelling at mechanics at Bridgerland Applied Technology. His trade was an extension of his heart – if it was broken he could fix it, if it was fine he could make it better. Cars were like people and were always better after Nathan had touched them. His love for life and adventure will always be remembered as extraordinary. Nathan often took long road trips at a moments notice. No adventure was big enough to need extensive planning. His adventure to the presence of his Father in Heaven was no exception. As he embarks on this next journey of his adventure, we stop to honor him. He is our son, our brother, and forever our friend. Nate is survived by his mother Cindy Larsen (Craig) Bott and his father Bruce H.(Michele) Haymore. He is also survived by his brothers Jeremy B. (Kristina) Haymore, Jason D. (Julie) Haymore, and Neal D. (fiancé’ Holly) Haymore, his niece Abigail, and nephews Matthew, David, and Cody. Funeral Services for Nate will be held on Wednesday July 11th, 2007 at 11:00 am at the LDS Stake Center in Marion Utah (3038 N SR 32). Friends are invited to attend a viewing on Tuesday, July 10th, from 6-8 pm. A family viewing will be held one hour prior to the services on Wednesday. Interment: Wasatch Lawn Memorial Park (3401 So. Highland Dr, Salt Lake City, UT). Condolences may be sent to the family at http://www.mem.com.