Kim Trujillo, age 67, passed away at her home on October 20, 2023.
Kim was born October 5, 1956, in Ogden Utah. She was raised in Clearfield where she lived with her parents, Orson Ray Layton, and Shirley Barnum Layton; and her 4 siblings. Kim attended Clearfield High School where she met Jody Trujillo. Kim later married Jody on April 17, 1974. They resided in Syracuse. Kim was a beloved wife to Jody until his passing. They had two children, Jason Boady Trujillo, and Jessica Trujillo. Kim retired from Hill Air Force Base after 30 years in October of 2021.
Kim loved her family more than life itself. She was a beloved sister, wife, mother, grandmother, and aunt to many. She was loved and cherished by all who knew her. She enjoyed crafting, quilting, gardening, spending time with family, going to Olive Garden, and shopping. In her younger years, she was a talented water skier. She was quick-witted and spunky and had a knack for making others laugh.
With her passing she leaves behind her two children, Jason Trujillo, and Jessica (Tom) Parker; and five grandchildren, Mackinsy (Josh) Cain, Dakota Parker, Kayla Trujillo, Marshall Parker, and Justin Parker.
Kim is survived by her two sisters, Terrie (Mark) Thornley, Lori (Jeff) Bowen, her brother/sister-in-law, Joy (George) Dupin, Dino Trujillo, Ray (Julie) Trujillo, Feama (Kelly) Sleeman, Beth (Dave) Holt, Rico (Julie) Trujillo, Felina Trujillo, and Sergio Trujillo; and many nieces and nephews.
Kim was preceded in death by her husband, Josesito “Jody” Trujillo, parents, Orson Ray, Shirley Rae Layton, in-laws, Jose (Joe) Adolofo and Lillie Trujillo, siblings Julie Weese, DelRay Layton, nephew Dustin Thornley, and Teri Layton.
Grandma was our Sunshine, and we will miss her dearly.