Justin Scott Sisneros
June 24, 1993 ~ December 1, 2021
On the morning of December 1, 2021, Justin Scott Sisneros passed away unexpectedly at the age of 28. Justin was born in Ogden, Utah, on June 24, 1993, to Larry Lee Sisneros and Darlene (Mecham) Wall. He was the youngest in the family and was a “glue baby” to his blended family.
Justin was a phenomenal visual learner and graduated from Syracuse High School in 2012. He was also an Eagle Scout. Justin was always on the move and liked to keep busy. He was a co-business owner for Shamrock Pest and Lawn and Christmas Nights. He was also a self-taught mechanic and could fix anything!
Justin loved sports and was the BIGGEST 49ers fan! He was talented at all sports, including football, soccer, bowling, golf, cornhole, wakeboarding, snowboarding, skateboarding, and basketball. He was strong and agile and could climb up anything!
Justin loved to spend time out in nature, away from his phone and the rest of the world, just being present in the moment. He loved camping and fishing, guns and knives, and was the best fire “B” ever! He enjoyed boating with friends and family on the Blue Rocket. Justin loved to travel, and he especially enjoyed cruises and spending time at the beach. He loved music and dancing and he could always get everyone around him dancing! He knew the words to every song. He also LOVED to shop!!! He was a sneaker head with a huge collection of retro Jordans!
Justin was the life of the party! He made friends with everyone, and he always made you feel like you were his favorite. He was generous—always thinking of others and always willing to help anyone in need. He would always say, “It’s alright,” but in his own way: “It’s aight bruh.” He was the best uncle ever and enjoyed wrestling with his nephews . . . sometimes a little too roughly . . . and they loved it!
Justin only had eyes for the love of his life, Bailee. They were high school sweethearts. Their bond is special, and he was her constant protector. He loved to buy gifts for Bailee and only wanted the best for her. Bailee and Justin were best friends and soul mates.
Justin was excited to be a new father to his son, Rush, who was born September 13, 2021. The first time he held Rush, he said, “I’m living the dream.” He was such a proud dad. He was always concerned about Rush’s future. He was the best at diaper duty and solidified that his son was truly blessed. He would call Rush “Little Buddy.” He loved to hold Rush in the football hold and rub his head.
Justin was walking sunshine. He had no guile—he loved all, and everyone loved him. He will be deeply missed.
Justin is survived by his sweetheart and wife, Bailee Anderson Sisneros, and his son, Rush Scott Sisneros. His loving parents: Larry Lee (Jan) Sisneros (Syracuse, UT) and Darlene Wall (Jim Randall) (Clearfield, UT). He also leaves behind dear grandparents: Linda Sisneros (Syracuse, UT) and Leon Mecham (TX); siblings: Brandon (Ashlee) Sisneros (Clearfield, UT); Travis Ashlee) Sisneros (West Point, UT); Whitney (Jake) McClellan (So. Jordan, UT); Danny (Ashlee) Milne (Syracuse, UT); Kenny (Brynn) Milne (Peo, UT); Andrew Milne (Holladay, UT); Amanda Milne (Syracuse, UT); Tyler (Abigayle) Milne (Big Sky, MT); and nephews and nieces: Addie, Braxton, Treyson, Wesley, Wren, Max, Myla, Nathan, Dallin, Henry, Hannah, Wylder, Tiger, Wyatt, and Tyce. He is preceded in death by his grandfather Ben Sisneros and grandmother Patricia Mecham.
A private family graveside service will be held on Saturday, December 11th, 2021. A private celebration of life for Justin’s family will also be held on Saturday, December 11th, 2021. Friends may visit with family Friday, December 10, 2021, from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. at Lindquist's Syracuse Mortuary, 869 S. 2000 W. Syracuse, Utah.
The family would love to thank those who have donated to the Justin Sisneros Memorial GoFundMe account. The outpouring of love and donations has been overwhelming and very much appreciated. In lieu of flowers, please donate to the “Justin Sisneros Memorial Fund” at https://gofund.me/ddc9560f or Venmo Jake McClellan @Jacob-McClellan. All donations will help pay for funeral expenses and go to Bailee and baby Rush.