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Sgt. Hayden Thomas Rabins

08/12/1990 - 12/06/2019

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Born in Everett Washington. Died in Lehi, Utah. Hayden served in the Armed Forces since 8 April 2013. His journey began in Fort Sill Oklahoma (boot camp was a beast), followed by field medic training in Fort Sam Houston, Texas. Next he was off to Fort Lewis McChord in Washington State for four years. The Army and Nation Guard were good to Hayden and will always have our support. Hayden returned to Utah enlisting in the National Guard and was deployed to Iraq as a member of the flight medic team. He loved his medics. Returning to Utah, Hayden enrolled at SLCC, and returned to his job at IMC in Murray, Utah. Hayden lived and died on his own terms.

Survived by Carleen Rowley, Chris Rabins, Brennan Rabins, Shaleia and Sean McGwire, Samantha McGwire, Mitch and Sierra Gale, Jackson Gale, Kayden Word, Raleigh Waugh (though she might not know it yet) Jennifer and Jim Rabins. Along with a host of friends and loved ones missing you terribly.

We honor Hayden and invite you to join us for one last chat with Hayden at the following times Friday, 13 December (for you buddy) 1800 to 2000 hours at Larkin Mortuary Riverton, 3688 West 12600 South, Riverton; Saturday 14 December (for mom who remembers we brought you home on the 14th of August 1990) 1000 to 1200 hours also at Larkin Mortuary Riverton. Interment will be will be at a later date.

We’ll keep you in our hearts until we can hold you in our arms. Peace out son. Love you forever.

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  • I met Hayden whilst deployed as a combat medic for the Grenadier Guards in Iraq. He was a true professional and a gleaming example of a soldier. He was a great guy and a exemplary medic. All of my thoughts go to his family and loved ones as well as his friends in his unit. From one countries soldier to another….rest easy, duty done brother and see you at the re-org

    — LCpl Matt Bradbury
  • Hayden was a fine man and I will miss him.

    — Gary Brunson
  • Hayden was a big part of our family. He was loved by all who knew him, and will be missed

    — Carol Gates

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