Carl Laverne Aspseter (40) passed away unexpectedly on May 13, 2022 in Draper Utah.  Carl was know for lighting up a room, making people laugh, and helping people he cared about in every way possible. He was an avid Greenbay Packer fan and had a real zest for barbeques on the back patio with his family and friends. He was a self proclaimed "Homebody" and loved relaxing and being comfortable at home surrounded by friends and family. He also absolutely loved being around water. He was know for his huge heart and was a very compassionate and loving person. He loved his little girl Macie more than life itself and loved playing board games and cards with her. They had a very special relationship and she was his little "Kiddo". Carl is survived by Michelle Aspseter and their Daughter, Macie Aspseter. Mother, (Donna Peterlik) Father, (Rory Arcand), Grandmother, (Doris Fritz), Brothers and Sisters,( Annie, Frankie, Jerica, Adam) and many Nieces and Nephews, Aunts and Uncles, and his Best Friend, (Julio Campos). A celebration of life will be held on June 11, 2022 from 11-1 at 9330 N Scenic Mountain Dr. Eagle Mountain UT, 84005  IN LIEU OF FLOWERS -Please donate to Carls Daughter, Macie Aspseter's education fund. America First Credit Union savings account 43429406 or check made out to Macie Aspseter.

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I am so sorry to hear about Carl. I

Hope you all and Macie will always feel his love for you. So sad, such a young Daddy. May you one day have peace that surpasses all understanding.

Mary Bowerman

Mary Bowerman , Lakeside , CA, US Aug 09, 2022

May God bless you on your journey in the after life. May God bless your wife Michelle and your daughter Macie. They will miss you and always love you.

Gary Olsen , Sandy, UT, US Jun 09, 2022

You will be missed by so many. Thank you for all the laughs, amazing memories and count late night games of Uno. My family and I love you more than you.

Samantha Nelson , Manor, TX, US May 24, 2022

It is hard to imagine not hearing your smart remarks, or hearing that laugh. The things you said that always made me laugh. Gone for now, but not forgotten. See you on the other side. You'll be in my heart. Love you my friend.

Blanche Harrison , Salt Lake City, UT, US May 24, 2022

So many memories over the years. Rest in peace friend.

Mike and Kathie Evans , West Jordan, UT, US May 24, 2022