Justin Michael Kane
June 28, 1975 ~ December 26, 2020
Jan. 6, 2021
On a sunny Saturday morning, Justin was born to Michael and Dianne Kane. He left this earth in the arms of his parents on Saturday December 26, 2020. Our hearts are broken.
Justin was a beautiful child. He had white-blond hair and big blue eyes. He loved to play with his brother Zach, and together they created quite a bit of mischief. They were the best of friends. Justin loved the outdoors. He was a great skier. He loved to hike, camp and river raft. His favorite place was the beach in Hawaii. Justin had a special gift with animals. Animals loved and trusted him. He was a very loving son. Never a day went by that he did not tell his family he loved them.
Justin graduated from Judge Memorial Catholic H.S. in 1993. He spent several years in construction, framing new homes. Most recently, he worked with electricians at L3 Harris in Salt Lake City. He loved his job there. He was married to Jennifer Penrose in 2017. Though later divorced, they remained friends.
Justin was preceded in death by both sets of grandparents and his uncle Mark. He is survived by his parents and his good friend and brother Zach. He is also survived by his “Other Mother,” Marque Ball, and his special little sister Liza Ball, as well as many aunts, uncles and cousins.
He will be dearly missed by his best friend Lucy, his beloved border collie.
A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at Blessed Sacrament Parish 9757 S. 1700 E. Sandy Utah at 11:00 AM on Wednesday January 6th. Interment will be held in June 2021 on his birthday at Larkin Sunset Gardens Cemetery. We ask that you please wear a mask and social distance. Mass will be live streamed.
The streaming link for services is: https://www.facebook.com/blessedsacramentsandy
I can not tell you how sorry I am to hear of your great loss. I am Justins Supervisor here al L-3. I worked with Justin for the past two plus Years, out of the 7 years here. he was not just a good Person but a friend and someone we all could count on to help or just plane jump in. we will always remenber him, as loving , joking and playfullness, that made our days move fast and get things done. he always told great stoies of his family and tirps that you all have taken. my best memories are the little videos that he would show of his dog either pulling the covers off his bed. eating the Chistmas tree or just destoring his house while he was working. thank you for letting me spend the time we had I nkow how much I will miss him.
- Elvin Lucas
My heart goes out to you. I am so sorry for your loss.
I remember Justin as a bright, intelligent, fun loving young boy. I saw the delight in those blue eyes when he was playing with his brother. Not to long ago, I shopped with his proud mother and enjoyed hearing all about his life accomplishments.
I hope you find comfort in your wonderful memories. My condolences to you and your family.
- Marilyn Ross
I am so sorry for your loss and so sad for Justin. I’m sorry he was in so much pain. We loved Justin. He was so kind and sweet. He did have a way with animals including my own. I’ll always be glad I knew him and always be sad he is gone. Love to your family and I will see you as soon as I can. Jen
- Jennifer Nash
Dee Dee, Mike, and Zach,
I am so sorry for your loss. I do know that your grief and pain will lessen over the years as your fond family memories grow. Please know that all of us around the country love, support, and care so much for you guys.
- Darren Dressen
Our thoughts and prayers are with Dee Dee, Mike, and Zach. Justin will always be in the hearts of all the
people he touched. Love, Bruce and Audrey Dressen
- Bruce Dressen
Dear Dee Dee, Mike and Zach,
I can't even fathom the pain and grief you must be feeling. I want you to know that you are constantly in my thoughts and that I'm holding your sweet family in my heart. I will forever remember Justin as a gentle, loving soul--the cat whisperer.
May you be held in the light.
Love to you, Tiff
- Tiff Dressen
Dianne - I am so profoundly sorry to read about the passing of your beautiful son. May you and Michael find peace at this very difficult time.
- Barb Wilson
My heart goes out to the Kane family. I have the best memories of getting to know your family at Telluride and other events with the Nash’s etc. Justin was such an amazing guy to sit with and enjoy a quiet moment in the morning while camp was waking up and the world was still for a moment. His smile and introspection were a wonderful way to start the day before the music. Love to all of you in this difficult time.
- Traysa smith
My love and thoughts are with you, Dianne, Mike, and Zach. Justin was a beautiful soul who with always be in you hearts and minds. A special angel who will watch over you, and is now in beautiful peace.
May you feel his spirit's joyful watch always.
Sheila, Keri and family
- Sheila Wiegand wiegand
I am so terribly sorry for the loss of your dear Justin. I had the pleasure of working with him for several years. We had a lot in common and shared a love for the desert. He often shared stories of his adventures with his beloved family in Utah canyon country. We will miss him very much at work. The place will not be the same without him. I hope that you are able to find sufficient comfort and strength to get you through the sad days ahead. If there is anything I can do to help, I am at your service.
- Jake Murphy
JMac. Mack attack. Justin, bro you are gone too soon my friend...
I am going to miss your quick wit, our friendly banter and pranks we would play on eachother for the past 5yrs at work.
You’ve been a great friend to all of us here and we will all miss you dearly.
Rest In Peace Justin. You will be deeply missed.
- Craig Poland