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Wasatch Lawn Memorial Park and Mortuary

3401 S. Highland Drive, Millcreek, UT

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Matthew Steven Self

16 décembre , 19908 janvier , 2020
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Our beloved, sweet, nephew, cousin, and son, Matthew Steven Self, born December 16, 1990 in Salt Lake City, passed away January 8, 2020 due to complications of a seizure.

Matthew loved music, movies, libraries, bowling, going places, and potato wedges. Matthew is survived by his mother Kathleen Self, sister Alexandra Self, many aunts, uncles and cousins.

Preceded in death by his father Jon H. Self. Deep appreciation to the wonderful staff at TURN Community Services, and Ability and Choice Services. Also, to the many doctors, nurses, teachers, and aides who have cared for him throughout his life, and to the many others that have been part of his life. Words cannot express how grateful I am to all of you.

Funeral services will be held Saturday January 18, at 11:00 a.m. at Christ United Methodist Church, 2375 E. 3300 S., Salt Lake City. A viewing will be held Friday night 6-8 pm at Wasatch Lawn, 3401 S. Highland Dr. and from 10:00 a.m. to 10:45 a.m. prior to the service. In lieu of flowers you are welcome to donate to the Epilepsy Foundation of Utah. Condolences may be sent to the family at www.wasatchlawn.com.

Services

  • Viewing vendredi, 17 janvier , 2020
  • Viewing samedi, 18 janvier , 2020
  • Funeral Service samedi, 18 janvier , 2020

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Geanie Roake

18 janvier , 2020

I work at the Sandy Library, and we will certainly miss Matthew. He was always so excited to get here and made a beeline for his favorite books. My heart goes out to Kathy and the rest of the family. Best wishes.

David Burton

18 janvier , 2020

To family, friends, and all who admired and Loved Matt for just being Matt.
I was fortunate enough to get to know and hang out with Mathew, while supporting him in the Community on various activities, for over the last year and a half.
We visited the Zoo, the Aviary, Museum, went to Movies, and Bowled at the Bonwood, and went to the State Fair, where Mathew tore into a Brick of French fries.
Matt's laughter was infectious during Movies and sometimes would continue throughout the drive home. He was animated and amusing.
Thank goodness for Sirus Radio, which allowed me & Matt to enjoy the Rock & Roll genre.
I always looked forward to Thursdays.Matt made this day a casual and memorable outing for the two of us Bowling at the Bonwood. The employees thought he was the greatest. And he was.
On one occasion, he rolled a "193".
Good show my freind. And I Loved the way you danced while the Bangels played "Walk Like an Egyptian" while you were in the groove that day.
Thanks to his Loving, hard working Mother and sister Alex as well for always making me feel so welcome in supporting him.
In a short time Matt became like a "Brother" and I will remember him for his companionship, and keeping me entertained and in stitches.
He was an awesome client and listened well. He would always say things like Yes, yes, and Yes sir.
Thank you Matt. Rest in "Peace" & Let the Good Times Roll my Brother.
Your buddy David.


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