OBITUARY

Rebecca Elise Haymore

November 16, 1990April 25, 2021
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Rebecca Elise Haymore, age 30, of Las Vegas, Nevada passed away on Sunday, April 25, 2021. Rebecca was born November 16, 1990 in Sandy, UT.

A visitation for Rebecca will be held Sunday, May 2, 2021 from 12:00 PM to 2:00 PM at Palm Northwest Mortuary, 6701 North Jones Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89131. A funeral service will occur Sunday, May 2, 2021 from 2:00 PM to 3:00 PM, 6701 North Jones Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89131. A committal service will occur Sunday, May 2, 2021 from 3:00 PM to 3:30 PM at Palm Northwest Cemetery, 6701 North Jones Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89131. A reception will occur Sunday, May 2, 2021 from 3:30 PM to 5:30 PM, 6701 North Jones Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89131. A burial will occur at Palm Mortuary - Northwest, 6701 North Jones Blvd, Las Vegas, Nevada 89131.

Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.palmnorthwest.com for the Haymore family.

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  • Visitation

    Sunday, May 2, 2021

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Sheila Siggard

May 3, 2021

Dearest Ande, Mark, Alyssa, Dallin, Mark, & Elaina, (Hope I got all the names right)

We are SO sorry to hear of Rebecca's passing. She was a beautiful woman. We have many fond memories of our days on Woodchuck Way together. Glad we could keep in touch a little even after you moved way across town.

We send our love and prayers to comfort and uplift you at this sad time of mourning. Our lives were blessed to have known you and glad Rebecca and Ang were able to spend many fun hours together as young girls.

May you find peace as you move forward and know that she is in a safe, lovely place and that you will see her again.

Love and Prayers,
Sheila & Kerry Siggard

Henry Hollingworth

May 2, 2021

Becca, it's been a long time since we last talked but I guess that's what happens when life gets in the way of friendships. I'll never forget when we took your little old Toyota Tercel out to the parking lot and you taught me how to drive stick shift over a couple days. Sadly when I finally moved back to the mainland, to Nevada of all places as well, I started having my own internal battles daily which prevented me from reaching out or even talking to my friends. I sorrow deeply that you lost that daily battle that noone else can understand, at most we each only know a small part of what you were feeling. Rest in Aloha my friend, I sincerely hope you found the peace you were looking for and most definitely deserve. Aloha 'Oe.

Doug Haymore

May 2, 2021

Dear Mark, Ande and Rebecca’s siblings ;
We love you all and look forward to many happy reunions in the future.
One of my earliest memories is visiting at your home in Sandy Ut. And enjoying Rebecca and Alyssa playing the piano. You were very young and excited. You music was fun and well practiced. It was nice to spend time with you. It was a warm and wonderful to be with your loving family.
May you embrace the love of your family and feel the Saviors love.
Love Doug and Tricia

Sylvia Haymore

May 2, 2021

Dear Rebecca, Such a beautiful baby girl placed in your loving mother’s arms, and always the apple of your dad’s eye! As your mother Ande, would say, “Rebecca is beautiful inside and out.” Such “book worms” were you and Alyssa! That love of learning took you from home, to grandparents’ book- lined house in Wyoming, to places, institutions, friendships, and adventures around the world. Your wit, intelligence, kindness, compassion, and love of life touched all of us. Now “heaven kept,” by loving arms who have gone before, we can only imagine the perspective, growth, and learning that is taking place. Meanwhile, sweet niece, Rebecca Elise, you are dearly missed until we can see and be with you again. Oxox
Aunt Sylvia Haymore

Doug and Ilean Sullivan

May 1, 2021

Our memories of Rebecca stems from her love of horses and her spending lots of time at the Sullivan barn. Then at her birthday party and with the horse drawn carriage giving all her friends rides. We so appreciated as well being able to be with her in the oquirrh mountain temple for her temple marriage. I know this, though this is a premature goodbye, that there are lessons learned by our spirits in death. Rebecca we send our love till we meet again in the next life. We continue our prayers of love and support for all the family . God and Christ live and give very real comfort and healing. Love the Sullivan's.

Vivian Arias

April 30, 2021

My name is Vivian Arias and I had the pleasure in working with Rebecca. I never had the opportunity to meet her in person, but the few times that I got to meet her virtually were beautiful, funny, and memorable. She had such a sweet, caring, and sincere heart and personality. She could light up a dark room with her smile. Her memory and legacy will live on forever. My thoughts and prayers go out to Rebecca's family and friends. My deepest condolences to all. You will be truly missed, Rebecca. Rest in Paradise, beautiful.

Stephanie Franks

April 30, 2021

I only knew Rebecca for a short period of time, we worked together, well virtually. She worked very hard to help others in our community, had a big heart and really cared . I was looking forward to actually meeting her in person. Every participant in our program spoke highly of her. Her emails even conveyed such a professional and caring note. I just knew she wrote from her heart. That smile of hers just made you want to smile every time. I hope and pray that the lord is holding her and her family/friends. My deepest condolences, she will truly be missed by so many. Rest in Paradise Sweet Rebecca.

Kaylee Coles

April 30, 2021

I've been putting off writing this for days because I've struggled to find the words. Since I heard the news, there isn't an hour that's gone by that I haven't felt such grief and struggled to wrap my head around the idea of a world without Rebecca in it. I finally realized that I probably won't ever have words to explain what she meant to me so this jumble of thoughts will have to do. I've been friends with Rebecca for 20 years. I have such fond memories of playing for hours in her backyard. We haven't lived in the same state for the past 12 years, but Rebecca had a really unusual gift for being an amazing friend. She always kept up with what was going on in my life and stopped to visit when she was in town. She made people feel important and I was always so happy to get a text that she was coming to see me. Rebecca was always kind, always thinking about others. She was extremely intelligent. I loved being on the newspaper staff and in AP Art with her in high school and was honestly a little sad that she graduated early and left for Japan, but I also thought she was so brave. She had a great sense of adventure and I really missed seeing her when she went to BYU Hawaii. When I was pregnant with my first baby, she was the first person to send a huge basket of beautiful toys that all three of my children have now used and loved. I've seen it mentioned many times now and it sounds cliche, but she really did have a smile that could light up a room. Rebecca felt things deeper than any other person I've known, which was incredible but also must have been exhausting for her; I think she's probably taking a well-deserved rest. I will miss her for the rest of my life, but I hope she's at peace now and I truly believe this is only a temporary goodbye. I love you, sweet friend.

Scott Atkins

April 29, 2021

I didn't know Rebecca very long but I was lucky enough to have shared many conversations with her. She was so intelligent and talented. She had a smile that would just light up a room. She really had a passion for the work she did and she was very good at it. We worked together and it was truly a joy having her as an employee but I'd like to think that we were also friends. I will truly miss asking her to bring me a virtual lunch every day when she clocked out with me for her lunch break. Even though she never brought me anything too delicious : ). We were supposed to have a Zoom meeting together on Friday 4/16/21. She just never logged on to it. I really wish we had that meeting. One final opportunity to speak with her one-on-one and hear that wit. I will definitely miss her. Rest in Peace Rebecca!

Gloria Pehrson

April 29, 2021

I am Rebecca's Aunt Gloria Pehrson. I have known her since birth and followed her childhood, schooling, marriage and work with love and good wishes. I love her siblings and parents and hope they feel comfort and love from friends and relatives.
An epitaph on the back of a headstone at the Aisne Marne cemetery in Belleau, France: "To Live in Hearts We Leave Behind is Not to Die".

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