Alexis Zwahlen

June 9, 1988 ~ October 29, 2020


Nov. 3, 2020
4:00 AM - 6:00 AM
Larkin Mortuary, 260 East South Temple, Salt Lake City, UT 84111
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    Nov. 3, 2020
    6:30 AM
    Mount Calvary Cemetery, 275 U Street, Salt Lake City, UT 84103
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  • Alexis Noelle Zwahlen passed away unexpectedly on October 29th, 2020.

    Lexi was born on June 9, 1988, the first child of Fred A. Zwahlen and Pauline M. Lucas.
    She is survived by her parents, her children, Liliana Remi Gallegos and Dakota Aspen Gallegos, their father, Ricky Jesse Gallegos, her brother Tyler Zwahlen (Brittnee Walton), Rick Jerry (Karen Ann) Gallegos and Lexi's Grandad, Clarence Vance Lucas.
    Lexi enjoyed nature, especially at this time of year, autumn being her favorite season with the colors of the leaves changing. She chose to leave us to appreciate the beauty of the season in her memory. In the years to come, when we see the first leaves falling, we will remember her and find peace.

    Lexi was the most loving mother, and her children would tell you the same. She was devoted to her childrens' activities, from numerous softball games, to countless Girl Scout meetings, she was there. Along side being a professional Esthetician, she also enjoyed quilting and arts and crafts with her family and friends.

    Lexi couldn't walk into a room without lighting it up. With her contagious laugh, her beautiful smile and her infectious energy you couldn't help but be struck by it.

    A viewing will be held on Tuesday, November 3rd, 2020 at Larkin Mortuary (260 E South Temple, Salt Lake City, Utah 84111) from 11AM-1PM, followed by a grave side service at Mount Calvary Catholic Cemetery and Mausoleum (275 U St, Salt Lake City, Utah 84103) at 1:30PM.


    Words can not express how much my heart hurts to know that you are gone. I will forever hold the memories of you with a smile, sweet niece. Thank you for all of the laughs we shared over the years, especially at Lagoon and Raging Waters and for ALWAYS showing me love. We love you beautiful Lexi and will miss you greatly. Give our sweet Grammy a big hug from ALL of us. RIP

    - Christine Trujillo
    Dear Family, it's heartbreaking to hear of your loss. Alexis was so beautiful and amazing. Bless her sweet babies. Sending my love and prayers.

    - Margo Salazar Johnson

    - Karen Gallegos
    My heart, thoughts and prayers are with my extended family at this time of loss. Love you all and tell the ones you love you love them as no one is promised tomorrow. God bless Sincerely Amy

    - Amy Collins
    Fred and Pauline, We are so sad that Alexis is no longer with us. Lori, our daughter found out first and let us know. We remember Alexis playing with Lori all day. Our prayers are with you at this time. You will see her again. Love, Greg and Susan Bingham

    - Greg and Susan Bingham (neighbors in West Jordan)
    Alexis was such a dear childhood friend to me. As next door neighbors we were constantly together. She will always hold such a special place in my heart. My thoughts and prayers are with her family, especially her sweet babies.

    - Lori Lohmeyer (Bingham)
    I feel so lucky to have met Alexis. I am so grateful I could call her my friend. I will cherish every moment I had with her. She was a light in my life, and I will always be a better person for it.

    - Melissa P
    I was a loyal client of Lexi's for probably 7-8 years so we had a lot of time to talk and laugh for our monthly therapy session. My daughter even started going to her and they really connected on so many levels and were the same age. I remained loyal to Lexi because she was the best at what she did. She would not compromise on her services, which is part of why she went out on her own. She was a perfectionist and so much fun, so I drove past many other waxing places to drive over 30 minutes each way for those reasons. My daughter and I are shocked and devastated by this news. We are so sad for your family, especially the Lily & Dakota, my little Girl Scout cookie providers. All she talked about was those girls, Ricky and her Mom. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.

    - Marilyn McSweeney