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Alexis Leighann Smith

10/29/1992 - 07/25/2019

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Our beautiful, amazing and generous Alexis Leighann Smith, came into this world, October 29, 1992 to a very excited and loving family. During our short time with Alexis, she showed kindness and generosity to all in her sphere of influence. She appreciated the true value of people in her life and saw the beauty in ordinary things. Her smile, wit, and sense of humor instantly lifted the mood. She was a comforting light to those in need. We are all blessed to have shared our lives with her.

Alexis’ passions included spending time in nature, hiking, camping, traveling, animal welfare, environmentalism, painting, drawing, music, reading, concerts, cake/cookie decorating, along with spending time with friends, family, and pets.

In her honor may we be good to one another, listen to each other and share our thoughts and feelings freely. Most importantly lift each other’s burdens so they may be lighter to bear.

Alexis is survived by her mother, Kathy and stepfather Abel, her grandparents Larry and LaRae Smith, aunt Barbara Smith, partner, Ryan Collins, constant companion Sativa as well as numerous friends and family.

Please join us for a Celebration of Life, Friday, August 2nd from 6-9 pm at the Chateau at the Rose Shop, 1910 E. Dimple Dell Road, (10600 South) in Sandy, Utah 84092.

In lieu of flowers please consider showing someone an act of kindness and donating to an animal/environmental charity in her honor.

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  • Alexis, you have been a shining light in our family for many years. We loved you so much and will miss you terribly. Your smile and laughter are unforgettable and will forever echo in our home and our hearts. Love you – the Morenos

    — Moreno Family
  • I am so sorry for your loss. It is so hard to lose someone you care so much about. My thoughts are with you all at this time. May you find the comfort you need at this time. With love from the Daniels family.

    — Joyce Daniels
  • Kathy I don’t know what we can say at a time like this. My heart aches for you. Know that I am thinking about you during this most difficult time. Love ya.

    — Charlene

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