Jebb Lyle Muir passed away Monday, September 26, 2022. Born May 1, 1978 to parents Jack and Patti Muir in Heber, Utah, he was 44 years old.
Jebb grew up in Vernal, Utah, and loved the outdoors and many activities including golfing, skiing, camping, fishing, biking, hockey, motorcycle riding, kayaking and so much more. He loved being involved with the Boy Scouts and was proud to have earned his Eagle Scout. He was very creative and enjoyed making things with his hands including jewelry and some of the most delicious food.
Jebb lived a life of service: he went on a mission trip to Africa with his church, K2 The Church, in 2014 and always dreamed of going back. He cared for children in the foster care system by volunteering with Royal Family Kids every summer as a camp counselor and throughout the school year as a mentor. He loved and cared for a refugee family that became like his own for the past ten years. He volunteered with preschool age children of K2 The Church. He was happy making sure others around him were happy, comfortable and fed.
He is survived by his wife, Jenny Muir, his mom and dad, Jack and Patti Muir, his brothers Shay Muir (Shandi) and Tyler Muir (Neihlee), his beloved Burmese family (SakeeDa and her six children), his grandfather, Stew Paulick, many aunts, uncles, nieces and nephews. He is preceded in death by his grandparents Jack and Shirley Muir, Louise and Jerry Broadhead, Rita Paulick, and Valden Hurst.
The family would like to express a special thank you to Jenny’s employer, Reef Capital Partners, and Jebb’s employer, Lashbrook Design, for their monetary support during this difficult time.
Services will be held Friday, October 7th, at SouthEast Christian Church. There will be a visitation from 12:30 - 1:30pm, memorial service at 2:00pm, and lunch to follow. All are welcome to join the family for lunch and please feel free to dress casually.
So sorry for your loss Jenny and family.
I am so sorry for your loss!!!!!
I'm so sorry for ur loss. Heavenly Father loves and will take care of Jebb. Your family are in my prayers .
Dearest Jenny and precious family of Jebb. Our hearts are with you at your time of loss. We are so very sorry and words just can’t express how we feel. What an amazing man he was and he will still live on in our hearts as a gifted servant and example to others, devoted, loving, and caring man. We are so very blessed to have known him and are here for you for anything you need. I still make my caramel sauce the way he told me, waiting for the wisps of smoke to come up from the pan before taking it off the heat.
So sorry Jenny. He was a wonderful person. I am out camping and can't make the funeral. Will be in touch later.
Dear Patti and Jake, I am so sad for you. You are such good people and bad things happen to good people sometimes. May God give comfort to your hearts at this painful time. Love, Karen
Dear Jenny and all of Jenn’s beloved family,
We are so saddened by Jebb’s passing and for your loss. As our daughter Liz and her husband Tony Mallen’s best man we got to know both you and Jebb.. He was a special friend to them and we saw a truly humble man full of grace. I am sure he rests in peace with his faith and devotion please send our grief to his parents relatives and friends
Sincerely Patricia & Robert McDonald
Jebb was such a blessing. He taught me things around the kitchen that I've carried with me through life! He was always the chef that took care of everyone! My thoughts are with you, Jenny. I love you so much!
I’m so sorry for your loss. I’m in Oregon but will be there in spirit. Sending love ❤️
Jenny, you and yours have my fullest condolences! You and Jeb remain in my prayers always.
My heart is so saddened with Jebb's passing. He was a lifetime friend, truly loved by us, and will forever be remembered. He had such a sweet serving soul! My deepest condolences to Patti, Jack, Jenny and the rest of his family. I pray that you will feel the peace of God in your hearts. Thoughts and prayers to you. Love, Trish, your forever friend.
Dear Jenny and family,
I am so sorry for you loss. I have no words to express my sadness, but please know you are loved and are always in my mind and prayers.
I am so sorry to hear this. Jebb was such a sweet kid. My heart goes out to Jenny and his family.
I’m so sorry for your loss. Prayers and love to you and your family.
There is no great sorrow in death without great love in life. I didn’t know Jebb well but I’m sure he is safely in the arms of Jesus as Jesus is our comfort and our peace. I met Jenny and Jebb through Royal Family Kids camp….such giving, loving, extraordinary people! I love you Jenny and I’m quite sure myriad people love you too. I’m praying for all of you, family and friends. RIP Brother Jebb until we meet again.: