Aaron Calvin Page
February 16, 1973 ~ March 21, 2020
Aaron Calvin Page passed away following a heart attack on March 21, 2020, surrounded by family and loved ones.
Aaron was born February 16, 1973 in Englewood, Colorado to Barry and LeAnn Page. Aaron grew up in Denver, Colorado and enjoyed life to the fullest. As a teenager, he enjoyed visiting Brother Phillips and Sister Soopers on Sundays with his friends, skipping Sunday School, and then getting back to church for Priesthood meeting. He always had a job–from mowing lawns to delivering for Pizza Hut. His sisters remember the stale pizza smell that was always in his car.
He graduated from Alameda High School in 1993. There he loved playing football and wrestling.
He served a two-year mission for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in the California Arcadia Mission.
Aaron married Jennifer Asay on March 12, 1999 and had two beautiful daughters together, Laura and Kate. They later divorced but remained wonderful friends and a team in raising their girls.
Aaron married Katherine “Kathy” Stout September 16, 2006, they lived in Aurora for the first two years of their marriage and then moved to Ogden in June of 2008. They completed their family with their son, Austin, later that year. Aaron, Kathy, and Austin were sealed in the Brigham City Temple for time and all eternity March 26, 2016.
Aaron was an active member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and served in many callings including: the Elders Quorum Presidency, Scouts, and Young Men’s. His faith and testimony were strong. Much of his time was spent driving for work while listening to conference talks; he would often send the links to friends and family that were an answer to a prayer of the recipients.
Aaron worked as a phlebotomist and courier for Davis Hospital. He loved people of all ages and was a friend to everyone. He went out of his way to make people feel welcome and loved.
Aaron’s sense of humor was an acquired taste, but his loved ones loved his play on words and his ability to bring a joke to every conversation. His wit and sense of humor will be missed. He enjoyed spending time with his family and friends, watching football, especially the Denver Broncos, changing the Phase 10 rules, visiting Laura and Kate in Denver, and he and Austin's Friday Night Smackdown. His favorite thing to do was kiss Kathy and hold her hand. They could always be seen smiling at each other and holding hands.
Aaron is survived by his wife, Kathy; his children, Laura, Kate, and Austin; his parents, Barry and Leann Page; and sisters, Stacey (Joe) Gallegos, Jackie (Jim) Andrews, Cyndi (Lee) Gerrard, and Margie (Jeremiah) Bannigan; and "bonus" brothers, Rob (Emily) Petty and Zach (Alisa) Sawyer; many nieces and nephews and The Lorin Farr 6th Ward family. He deeply loved each member of his family.
A very special thanks to the Plain City EMT’s, McKay Dee Emergency Room and ICU doctors and nurses, the transport team, and the Intermountain Medical Center doctors and nurses who fought to keep Aaron on earth.
Aaron will receive an honor ride with his friends from the local motorcycle clubs. A celebration of Aaron’s life will be planned at a later date so more than 10 people can enjoy it with his family.
In lieu of flowers please do an act of service in his honor.