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Mitchell Kay Johnson

12/15/1994 - 09/07/2019

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Mitchell Kay Johnson was reunited with his brother Spencer Randall Johnson on September 7th, 2019. Mitchell was born on December 15th, 1994 to Randall Kay Johnson and Susan Lunt Johnson. Mitchell joined his siblings Meagan Johnson (Clark) and Spencer Johnson. His sister Candice Johnson soon followed 15 short months later. All four were close in age and became close friends.

Mitchell’s childhood was idyllic; full of close neighborhood friends, competitive basketball, PS2-4 gaming, rollerblading, biking, catching minnows in the canal on Willow Springs, Airsoft wars, hiking, camping, and Scouting. Mitchell achieved his Eagle Scout award in 2010.

In 2011 he served as a special needs counselor in the special needs mutual program for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. A position that he loved.

He was an excellent student and graduated from Alta High School in 2013.

Mitchell served a mission for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints in the Philippines in 2013. He received his Associates degree at Salt Lake Community College and was pursuing a career in Information Technology.

Mitchell married Muriel Ames in June 2017, and later divorced in February 2019.

Mitchell had a penchant for health and fitness—especially when combined with his love of the outdoors. He loved to hike, backpack, workout, and run. He ran his first Ragnar race in June and planned to run a Spartan race in July. After a 7 mile downhill run during the Ragnar, a 1.4cm piece of bone broke from his kneecap and needed to be repaired. He was unable to run the Spartan race with his team of coworkers from Jeunesse, however, that didn’t stop him from planning his next race in Moab this November.

Mitchell was a perfectionist and strived for excellence in all his endeavors. He was a thought-leader and researched every purchase and decision he made. He was a careful consumer and subscribed to the theory of “I’ll comply if you can prove why”.

Mitchell was a person of integrity and lived by the adage, “Do what you say, and say what you will do.” He was always willing to help others especially his friends and family. He had the ability to turn heads when he walked into a room and was a natural leader. He was loved, not only by his family but by all that knew him. He will be missed.

Mitchell is survived by his parents, Randall and Susan Johnson (Lunt). Siblings; Meagan Johnson Clark (Spouse Andrew), Candice Johnson, Grandparents Kay L. and Joyce Johnson, and niece Alice Clark

A viewing will be held on Friday, September 13th from 6-8pm at the Draper Stake Center, 13085 South 300 East, Draper, Utah. Funeral services will be held on Saturday, September 14th at Draper Stake Center from 11am-12pm with a viewing from 9:30-10:45am. All are welcome. Interment will take place at Herriman City Cemetery, 12465 Pioneer St., Herriman, UT, 84096.

In lieu of flowers, the family requests that donations be sent to the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline.

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  • My heart felt sympathy for you and your family. I knew your son, Mitchell and enjoyed when he and the Anderson boys came to visit in St. George. He was always so kind and helped wherever needed. I loved his bright smile and appreciated his friendship. He holds a special place in my heart. May the Lord’s tender mercies be with you at the time.

    — Melanie Olsen
  • Dear Randall and Susan Johnson (Lunt),

    I worked with your son Mitchell at Jeunesse Global. He always went extra miles to help me to fix any computer related issues I had. I always enjoyed talking to him. I bring my condolences to you and your family for your great loss!! He always is remembered and loved as a bright, kind and wonderful young man!

    With the deepest love,
    Tippetts Family

    — Sunji Tippetts
  • Randy and Susan, I am so sorry for your loss. Nothing I can seems adequate. Please know that we are praying for you. I know that our Savior Jesus Christ and his atonement can help overcome the pain and sorrow that you feel. We are here to support and help wherever and whenever you need us.


    — Michael Wankier

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