Annikka Rose Jaramillo - Truly Unique

July 20, 2000 ~ September 23, 2020


Oct. 1, 2020
6:00 PM - 8:30 PM
Calvary Church, 460 West Century Drive, Murray, UT
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    Oct. 2, 2020
    1:00 PM
    Calvary Church, 460 West Century Drive, Murray, UT
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  • Annikka’s amazing ray of light landed on this earth on July 20th, 2000. She was an amazing gift to her parents Eddie Jaramillo and Marcie Jaramillo and her brother on his 6th birthday! Eddie her brother and Annie always shared a special bond! She was the Cancer Queen Moon Child and was taken tragically from all who loved her on September 23, 2020 on her way to Lake Powell with her best friends Piper and Li’i on another amazing adventure!

    She was a mom, a daughter, a sister, a niece, an aunt, and a free spirit who just wanted everyone to love one another! She was a straight A student because a B was not good enough! She wanted to be famous! She was famous! She was Tik Tok Famous with over 30,000 followers. She was a freedom fighter and believed all should be loved the same. She was Murray born and graduated from Murray High School in 2018.

    She leaves behind her pride and joy, son Easton Gene Jaramillo and her boyfriend, Bryce Barnes. She is survived by her father Eddie (Lorraine), mother Marcie (Matt) and siblings Eddie, Gabby (Stockton), Fantasia (Jeremy), Orlando (Jordan), Mercades (Spencer) Justice, and baby sister Izzy. She was blessed to have gained 3 new siblings Serenity, Lexie, and Joe. She was an aunt to Amiyah and Ezio. Also survived by her Grandma Rose and Grandma Annette, and many aunts, uncles and cousins who loved her so! She was greeted by her sister Angel, Uncle Gene, with whom they shared a special connection, and best friend Brooke.

    Services will be held at 1:00 pm on Friday, October 2, 2020 at Calvary Chapel, 460 West Century Drive, Murray, UT. A viewing will be held Thursday evening from 6:00 – 8:30 pm at the church. We are honored to have the Poly Riderz escort us through Murray where a celebration of her life will be held on Friday, October 2, 2020 from 3:00 to 6:00 PM at Willow Pond Park, 6059 S. Murray Parkway Ave. (1080 W.), Murray.


    Deepest condolences.

    - Gaye Moritz Rule
    Annie was such an amazing person I may not have been close to her as many people were but every time I seen her she was so bright and full of love. She will be truly missed her smile really knew how to cheer anyone up. I'm glad I was able to know her in this life. I'm so sorry for this tragedy

    - Phelecity Baumgart
    You don't know me, but I was so touched by the tragedy of your beautiful daughter's death. Just by looking at her, I can tell she was a joy in your the lives of her precious child and her friends. So many heartaches are caused by others' carelessness or inattention to the car they are driving. I pray that the dear Lord will send you comfort in the memories of how your lives were blessed by her presence and how she was blessed by your care and love.

    - Doris Williams
    My thoughts and prayers are with you all during these hard times

    - Mindy Smith