Emily was born November 4, 1990 in Salt Lake City, Utah. She was the sister of 3 brothers, and not always sure she liked being the only girl in the family. She graduated from Bingham High School, upon graduation she continued her schooling at U.S.U. and Salt Lake Community College. Emily accomplished much in her short years here upon the earth. She loved to travel, her favorite place was Boston and of course the Boston Red Sox!
Her dream was to become a Physical Therapist, she was the clinic coordinator for Mountain Land Physical Therapy and she loved it! There she met many who quickly became her friends, she was loved by all that knew her and she loved them.
Emily loved outdoor activities, boating, motorcycle riding, hunting, snowboarding and most of all fishing in the dark. She was very creative and loved to create new things. You could always find her crafting and helping her friends finish their projects whatever it may have been, whether it was picture frames, quilts, home decor or all sorts of wreaths. One of her many favorites was Pintrest.
She was a giver, and followed the example of our Savior by loving others and always having a smile to share. Emily will always be remembered for her loving personality, and contagious laugh. Through her selfless nature of kindness and compassion she chose to be a tissue donor by continuing to bless the lives of others. She will be loved and missed by all and will always be remembered in our hearts.