Jacob Geno Caputo

1988 ~ 2023

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260 E. South Temple, Salt Lake City
Jan 15, 2023 5:00 PM - 6:00 PM


260 E. South Temple, Salt Lake City
Jan 15, 2023 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM

Funeral Mass

1058 West 400 South, Salt Lake City
Jan 16, 2023 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM

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Jan 16, 2023 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM

~ An Unforgettable Man ~
Jacob was born April 13,1988 to Michael Ross and Jodie Lynn Caputo. He passed away unexpectedly January 7, 2023.

As a child, Jacob was fearless and loved to BMX bike with his cousins. When he wasn’t riding his bike, you could watch Jacob playing a variety of sports. Jacob was a tremendous athlete. He played football and wrestled for Cyprus High School. After high school he continued his love for sports as a little league football coach. Jacob also enjoyed playing softball and you could always find him on the field with his friends and family. Jacob thoroughly enjoyed camping, boating, fishing, paintballing, and snowboarding. He excelled at everything he put his heart and mind into.

In 2010, Jacob met Christina Ward in Twin Falls, Idaho. Together they welcomed a precious baby boy into the world, Christopher Michael Caputo. Born premature, Christopher fought for his life and Jacob never left his side. After two short weeks, Christopher passed away leaving both Jacob and Christina deeply heartbroken.

Four years later, their hearts and lives were filled with overwhelming love and happiness with the birth of their daughter, Allyson Denise Caputo. She was their rainbow baby and Jacob loved Allyson with every fiber of his being. He was the best Daddy and loved spending time with her. Allyson spent the summer at the softball field. She was Jacob’s #1 fan. The highlight of Jacob’s life were the 10 months he had with Allyson. Tragically, because of blatant daycare neglect, Allyson died at just 10 months old. It was Jacob who picked Allyson up from the daycare that day. It was in every way the most traumatic experience for Jacob. A part of Jacob died with Allyson that day and Jacob carried that grief with him every day after.

Jacob moved back to his hometown of Salt Lake City, Utah. Living in Utah gave Jacob the opportunity to spend time with family and work beside friends as a project manager for SCI. It was always nice to talk with Jacob, he made you feel heard and understood. As much as Jacob loved to tease and joke around, he was the first to be there for you. Jacob found times of peace riding his Indian Motorcycle. His favorite rides were alongside his dad and many friends.

Jacob will be deeply missed by his parents; Michael and Jodie Caputo, maternal grandparents; Irene and Eloy Aleman, paternal grandmother Anna Marie Caputo, his brothers; Joseph (Ashley), Jordan (Halsey), and sister Julie (Carolina). His nieces: Isabella, Talayah, Tailyn and Londyn, who refers to Jacob as her sweetheart, nephews: Izayah and Louie, who will miss playing with and being teased by their fun and loving “Uncle Poo Poo.” Jacob had close relationships with his aunts, uncles, cousins, and friends who will also miss him very much.

There is tremendous comfort to know that Jacob’s heartache is gone with the sweet reunion in heaven with his children, Christopher & Allyson, his nephew, Landon, and his paternal grandfather, Joe Caputo. We are certain that Jacob is at peace, finally having both of his babies in his loving arms.

A viewing will be held Sunday, January 15, 2023, from 6:00-9:00 pm, with a Rosary from 5:00-6:00 pm at Larkin Mortuary, located at 260 East South Temple St. in Salt Lake City.

Funeral Mass will be celebrated on Monday, January 16, 2023 at 11:00 a.m. at St Patrick’s Catholic Church located at 1058 West 400 South in Salt Lake City with the burial to follow at Larkin Sunset Gardens located at 1950 East Dimple Dell Rd. (10600 South) in Sandy. To view previously held services please click on the link provided https://us02web.zoom.us/rec/play/m0ke-6oTXNoH_GRUkpbFx3Vg_SaDAXlfQczFsgKd2V5tnzm_8ceBx8nWSD7GneKkqKLU93m5KsgTgUc.RtgjX6dCbuI3pUmw?autoplay=true&startTime=1673890903000


God bless Jake an all.the Caputo families. Jake never quit smiling loving caring,every one who knew him. I can't even imagine the reunion he had when he arrived in heaven,he's probably still getting hugs and kisses. Jake I see you still smiling up there wrapped in everyone's arms. Bless you Michael Jodi Joseph ,Jordan, Julie an all the families love aunt Joan ❤️

- Aunt Joan

Mike, Jodie, Jordan , Julie, and Joe … our prayers are sincerely with you all and we send our deepest most heart felt condolences , may God hold you all close in this time of desperation an pain !
If there’s anything at all we can do right now please do not hesitate to reach out to us .
With much love n respect, Jean, Joe , Bianca, Emilio, ALiyaah , Jesus, and Marcel

- Jean Camacho

Many thoughts & Prayers to Mike & Jodie & all family.

- Mike Valles

Mike and Jodi, we are so sorry for your loss! We are praying for and thinking of you and all of your family. Continue to be strong and we love you all!

- Franklin & Diana Fernandez

Mike, Jodie and family,
Our deepest condolences to you at this most difficult time. You are in our thoughts and prayers. We ask God to bring you His peace and comfort in your sorrow. May all your beautiful memories of Jake, bring smiles to your faces and warmth to your hearts. We pray that Jesus our Savior, hold you gently in His arms and give you the strength to endure your pain. May God Bless You.
All Our Love Levi and Pat

- Levi and Pat carrillo

Lord, this night some will be gathered to the Father. Grant that they may go forth surrounded by loved ones, without pain of body with clarity of mind, and joyful expectancy of soul. Uncle Ed and Aunt Nancy have a share in your suffering. Peace be in your hearts, and yes, you will miss Jacob greatly.

- ED and Nancy Mulder

My heart is breaking for you and your family. I hope you find peace in the Grace of our Lord and Savior. I wish Jacob Godsped to his next journey.
Hold tight to the love, joy, and sweet memories.

- Sue Cook

Mike & Jodi,
I’m so sorry for your loss,
My Love & Prayers are with you and your
Family.. God Bless

- Doug Hailstone

I am deeply saddened to hear about your sons passing. My thoughts and prayers go out to you and your family during this difficult time.

- Troy Tortorich

Jake was a true blessing to have as part of our softball family in Twin Falls, Idaho. We loved hanging and playing softball with him!! And not only that, him and his family stepped up and helped my family when my husband was so sick and fighting for his life. I will be eternally grateful for Jake and his family!! I am glad Jake that you get to spend time with your babies now and no longer have to feel any sorrow. I will miss you greatly and will always remember your generosity and you love you had for all of us!!

- Mashel Guptill

I am so sorry your family is grieving for Jacob. I will miss him to. I knew Jacob from Henningsen in Twin Falls. I was the office Lady. We spent a lot of time talking. He was so kind and caring to me. He also came to see me a few months a go with Bryan Harshman. He spoke on how happy he was with his family. He always told me how much he loved you. Always know that. I will always remember the love and friendship he gave me. I know now he is with God, happy at peace and with his babies. Please. take care. Pattea

- Pattea Perry