Tooele Transcript Bulletin – News in Tooele, Utah

February 25, 2014
Daniel Aragon

Obit Daniel Aragon A Our loving son, brother, uncle, nephew and good friend Daniel E. Aragon passed from this world on Feb. 20, 2014 to join family and friends in the kingdom of heaven. He was our angel on earth and we are sure he will carry on his work for God in the upper room. Obit Daniel Aragon BDaniel Elwood Aragon was born to Danny and Tina Aragon on Nov. 4, 1996 attended school at Harris Elementary, Tooele Jr. High and most recently Tooele High and the CLC where he was taking college classes concurrently with his high courses. He received his religious education at the St. Marguerite Catholic Church. He was an excellent student in most all subjects the schools had to offer. He was member of the high school debate team in his first two years of high school and was once a team captain. His goal in life was to attend law school and become a successful attorney and we fully believe he would have made a great one. Brother Daniel was a caring, lovable and extremely handsome young man that gave so much to the world without even trying, he was truly beautiful inside and out. He was loved by his family and friends deeply. He had a wide variety of hobbies and interests such as; dirt biking, camping, online gaming, exploring new places but his greatest love was sports. Daniel was very energetic and loved being part of a team. His competitive nature made it possible for him to pursue his happiness through football and wrestling from the time he was just a small child. He was a member of the Varsity Football and Wrestling teams at Tooele High. He met many good friends through these activities and traveled to compete with them all over the state. On the football field he was a dedicated offensive and defensive lineman for his team and a courageous wrestler that competed with the biggest and toughest in the state of Utah. He once for part of a wrestling season agreed to fill the varsity 285 pound spot because the team was lacking a candidate even though he was much lighter than all the opponents. Daniel was a person who loved so deeply, puts his blood sweat and tears into everything he touched; a person that loved his parents, family, friends, coaches, church, school, and community. He was a born a leader, capable, strong, practical, curious, loyal, a perfectionist with powerful intellect , and he had the ability to put a smile on anyone’s face and made you feel good inside just by being around him. We will forever miss his beautiful smile, contagious laugh, kisses, wonderful hugs and his ever present affectionate ear tugs that he would always give to his family and friends, and we will even miss his practical jokes. Life will never be the same, but we will forever be grateful to Daniel for the time he spent with us teaching us how to be better parents, and people. We have faith in our Savior Jesus Christ that our beautiful Daniel is in his loving arms and is at peace waiting for us to join him at home in our Lord’s house. Daniel is survived by his father and mother Danny and Tina Aragon, Brothers Jacob (Cristina), Dylan, and Sister Jessica Garcia. Nieces, Lilly, Mia, Brianna, Elaina, Adriauna, and nephew Leandro, paternal grandmother Marcella Aragon, great grandfather Elizardo Vigil, his very special great grandmother, Gertrude Aragon and special uncle Marty Aragon, and many other aunts, uncles and cousins, and friends. He is preceded in death by maternal grandmother Louise Martinez, Grandfather Herman Aviles Sr. paternal grandfather Robert F. Aragon, great grandfather Jose “Jake” Aragon, great grandmother Sally Vigil, great grandparents Albert and Mary Martinez. Services will be held at St. Marguerite Catholic Church in Tooele, Utah with a Viewing, and tribute to Daniel on Tuesday Feb. 25, 2014 from 6-8 p.m. and Funeral Mass on Wednesday, Feb. 26, 2014 at 11 a.m. (10 a.m. viewing). Following interment at the Tooele City Cemetery we would be deeply honored to have everyone’s company at a luncheon at St. Marguerite in honor of Daniel’s memory. Services entrusted with Didericksen Memorial, 435-277-0050.

2 thoughts on “Daniel Aragon

  1. Rest in Peace Daniel! Our hearts go out to your family. We mourn your loss and pray that our Lord will help you find peace in the days to come. Trujillos

  2. Danny, Tina and Family,

    Our hearts were so saddened when we heard the news of your loss! Daniel was a great kid!! We pray for you and your family during this difficult time! Love you always!! Arthur and Lisa Contreras

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