Jordan Burtell MoultonFebruary 1, 1996 - August 26, 2017
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Jordan Burtell Moulton
1996 ~ 2017
Our very beloved Jordan Burtell Moulton (Armstrong) was tragically taken away from us on Saturday, August 26, 2017.
Jordan was born on February 1, 1996 to Lynette Behunin and Jeffrey Scott Moulton, in Salt Lake City, Utah. He is the loving big brother to Trayson Armstrong, Taylor Moulton and Kortney Moulton. He took his role of big brother very seriously. Nothing is more important to Jordan than his family.
Jordan has more then just a mom and dad. He has many step-parents that loved Jordan as their own son; Dug Nagel, Jaime Moulton, and Shane & Aimee Armstrong.
Jordan has such a big heart. He loves his family and friends. To say he was dedicated, would be a huge understatement. He made it a point to visit his grandpa every week. If he wasn’t in town to visit. He made time to call, even if it was just to say “I love you”. He called special people in his life monthly to check on them and make sure they knew he was doing well. He knew the value of love and that family was more than being blood related.
Jordan had many passions in life: sports, working on his coveted 79 Cutless, car racing, working hard, hunting, fishing, camping, and a huge love of animals. Sports were a big part of Jordan’s life. He played basketball, football and enjoyed karate when he was younger. He wasn’t just a Raiders fan, he was definitely part of the Raider Nation. Any chance Jordan could get he was on the basketball court or the football field. He played youth football in the Ute Conference for several years. He was such a fast runner, and was amazing in the positions of wide receiver and half back. One of his grandpa’s favorite stories about watching Jordan play football was when Jordan was about eleven years old; he was weaving down the field, two guys were trying to tackle him, but he slid under their legs and made the touchdown.
Jordan worked very hard, and took a lot of pride in receiving his diploma, which was just the beginning of all the things he had planned to do. He was looking into going back to school to learn the trade of being an auto mechanic. He learned how to work with natural gas pipes and install hardwood flooring. Whatever Jordan did, he took pride in it.
Jordan lived life to the fullest. He lived each and every day with love and passion for family, friends and life.
“Your Memory Is Our Keepsake, With Which We’ll Never Part. God Has You In His Keeping, We Have You In our Heart”
Jordan is survived by his parents: Lynette (Dug) Nagel, Jeffrey (Jamie) Moulton, Shane (Aimee) Armstrong. Siblings: Trayson Armstrong, Taylor Moulton and Kortney Moulton. Step siblings: Rudyard Scarisbrick, Emylie Scarisbrick, Devan Kearney and Celesta Nagel. Grandparents: Albert and Donna Behunin, Burt and Patti Peterson, Bill Armstrong, Triston and George Faulkner. Numerous loving great-grandparents, aunts, uncles and cousins.
Jordan’s family would like to thank everyone for the love and support given during this difficult time.
Private funeral services will be held. Please contact a family member for information.
An account has been set up at Zions Bank under Jordan Burtell Moulton.
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