Darrin Steve Ivie

Darrin Steve Ivie, age 53, passed away April 8th, 2017 near Saint George, Utah. He was born on June 17th, 1963 in Brigham City, Utah to Steven Glade and Bonnie Kay (Cobb) Ivie

Darrin was raised in Heber City, Utah where he graduated from Wasatch High School. He loved to play baseball, and received a scholarship to play for Utah State. He served a full-time mission for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Peru where he learned Spanish. Soon after returning from his mission, he met the love of his life Jolene Lewis and the two were married and sealed for Time and all Eternity in the Jordan River temple. Darrin’s most treasured moments were those spent with his wife and seven children. He always put his family first, and was serving them any chance he could. Darrin served faithfully in all of his church callings. He enjoyed his time as a leader of the Boy Scouts, counselor in the Stake Presidency, and most recently the Bishop of the Veyo, Utah ward.

Darrin is survived by his wife Jolene (Lewis) Ivie, and children Nathaniel (Ericka), Mitchell (Josie), Kameron (Abigail), Matthew (Carli), Ben, Adam and Amy Ivie. He cherished his three grandchildren, Ava, Reagan and Asher. Darrin is preceded in death by his father, Steven Glade Ivie, father-in-law Darrell Wilford Lewis, grandparents Ross and Lena Cobb and Wanda and Glade Ivie, aunts Dianne Zdunczyk, Robyn Barnhurst, uncle Kelly Barnhurst, cousin Shelly Stock.

Funeral Services will be held Saturday, April 15th, 2017 at 11am in the Diamond Valley Stake Center. Family viewing will be in the same location Friday, April 14th at 6pm and April 15th at 9am. Interment will be held following funeral service in the Pine Valley, Utah cemetery under the direction of Affordable Funeral Services, 2002 North Main Street, Cedar City Utah (435-586-3456)

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