OBITUARY

Alisha Beth Viehl

June 2, 1983March 31, 2021

Alisha B. Viehl, 37, of Salt Lake City. Our Adored, Beautiful, Funny, Full of Life, and Energy Daughter, Sister, Grand-daughter, Aunt, Niece and Cousin passed away unexpectedly on Wednesday, March 31st 2021.

Preceded in death by her Aunt (Julie), Grandmother (Dianne), Great Grandparents (Elmer and Mildred), Uncle (Bobbie) and Grandfather (Robert).

I'm a new day rising I'm a brand-new sky To hang the stars upon tonight I am a little divided Do I stay or run away And leave it all behind?

It's times like these you learn to live again It's times like these you give and give again It's times like these you learn to love again It's times like these time and time again

Please join us in a celebration of life gathering, Alisha style, to be held in her honor on Saturday, April 10th 2021 from 2:00 to 4:00pm at Wasatch Lawn Memorial Park and Mortuary. The interment will be held immediately following the gathering for family and a few close friends by invitation only. Sorry space is limited for the interment. In lieu of flowers please donate to an animal rescue or a charity for children.

Services

  • Celebration of Alisha's Life

    Saturday, April 10, 2021

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  • Graveside Service

    Saturday, April 10, 2021

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Memories

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Katie Garrison

April 13, 2021

Alisha and I worked together in the donor center. Our cubes were next to each other and we'd often go to lunch together. She introduced me to Greek food. When I left donor center to work at the main building, Alisha decorated my farewell cake.

We didn't see each other much after that, but I always loved bumping in to her because she'd give me a hug and genuinely care about my news since our last meeting. She had an easy way about her that just made being her friend so enjoyable.

Her loss is so hard.

Alisha: where ever you are, know that you are loved and cherished by so many whose lives you touched in a way that only you could. We are all better for having known you.

Sonia La'ulu

April 9, 2021

I had the pleasure of working with Alisha, on occasion, at ARUP Laboratories - first when she was working on the ECis in Serological Hep/Ret and then when she was a Beckman rep. She was always so pleasant and fun to talk to. I remember hearing about some of her adventures and travels while being a rep. It was a pleasure to know Alisha. Deepest condolences to her close family and friends. May you find comfort in the memories you shared with her.
Sonia La'ulu

William Viehl

April 8, 2021

I am simply at a lost for words after hearing the news of our daughter ALISHA B VIEHL departure from this earth . She was a unique one of kind person the people she touched will forever remember .I was proud of her ,and her fighting spirit never giving up .I love you Always ...may you pass on to next journey at peace .God Bless

David Bailey

April 7, 2021

The first time I met Alisha- she was having a sausage link and a scrambled egg for breakfast- and the biggest two tooth grin greeting:) I flew to SLC to see Billy and meet his family Sarah and Alisha. I only got to see Alisha one more time as the family was relocating to Florida. She was seeking advice prior to changing direction in her medical science field, I did the best and most honestly that I could as Alisha's knowledge and education was way beyond me! I know she loved science- you cant be that smart with out a god given gift. Rest in peace young lady, your family will miss your greatly. MY prayers and thoughts are with the family during this difficult time.
David Bailey

Ondraya Watkins

April 7, 2021

My sincere condolences to Alisha's family and friends. I had the pleasure of knowing and working with Alisha both at ARUP and when she was our Beckman representative. She was a bright light, always smiling, and a joy to work with. I'm honored to have worked with her. She will be sorely missed. Warm regards, Ondraya

Tiffany Faerber

April 7, 2021

I had the pleasure of having Alisha in some of my online laboratory science classes. I remember her as bright, insightful and always helpful. A few years later, we emailed back and forth when she was a Beckman Coulter rep.
She was a beautiful person to encounter.
Kindest Regards,
Tiffany

Mark Henderson

April 6, 2021

I first met Alisha about twelve years ago. Over the years I feel like we shared some good experiences together. Whether it was rock climbing, the time the group of us went on a cruise or the countless times she we saw each other at functions with our mutual friends. I always enjoyed seeing Alisha because she was someone I felt I could really talk do, and she really listened and could relate. Witty and seeming always honest with her feelings.
I had lost touch with Alisha the last couple of years but I had always hoped that was just temporary. She'll sorely missed.

Hayley Andreasen

April 6, 2021

The majority of my memories with Alisha revolve around being outdoors. She had such a love for nature and adventure. I will forever miss our hikes, boating, and rock climbing times together. We had deep conversations about life and could also laugh until we cried. She was so smart, funny, and always spoke her truth about any subject. She stood for what she believed in. I will miss you my friend. I will look for you in the next sunset I see on top of a mountain. 💕

Juliette Grunendahl

April 3, 2021

I first met Alisha at ARUP Laboratories well over a decade ago. She was the first person to train me in the laboratory world and I'll never forget her wicked sense of humor, her determined work ethic and her fun spirit. I'm grateful to have known her.

Timothy Nguyen

April 3, 2021

Hello, my name is Timothy Nguyen.

I had the pleasure of meeting Alisha when I worked for ARUP around 2016. I wasn't the closest person to her but even I could tell that she had an immaculate sense of humor and a kindness that would shine through even when she herself was going through tough times. It's people like Alisha that make it easier for people like me to have courage in this life and live in a way that is unabashed and authentic. Im grateful to have been her friend, if even for a fraction of her life.

With love and respect,

Timothy Nguyen

FROM THE FAMILY