Earl DeLon (Lonnie) Kern passed away on April 14, 2023, in Ogden, Utah. Lonnie was born February 23,1962 in Provo, Utah to Earl and Nannette Kern. He has lived in Orem and Salem, Utah; Idaho Falls, and then Rigby, Idaho, where he spent most of his growing up years. After returning to Utah, and following a car accident, he moved to Wide Horizons, a care facility in Ogden, Utah, where he remained for the rest of his life.

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Lonnie loved people and never met a stranger. He was always happy and kind and loved to praise his care givers. During Lonnie's final hours he was surrounded by his family.

Lonnie was predeceased by his sister Lisa Nannette (Thayne) Perrenoud and his brother Jared Daniel Kern.

Lonnie is survived by his parents, Nannette Monson and Earl Burbank Kern, his brothers Jake Lyle Kern and Tim Monson Kern, and his sisters Gwen Claudeane Callister, Tami Lavonne (Douglas) Radford, Mikal Dawn Howe, Natalie Fae Kern and Angela Susan (Jason) Castor.

The family will hold a graveside service at 11:00 am on Wednesday, April 19, 2023 at the Salt Lake City Cemetery, 200 “N” Street, Salt Lake City, Utah, where Lonnie will lie beside his younger brother Jared.

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Burial

Wednesday, Apr. 19, 2023 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Salt Lake City Cemetery
200 N Street
Salt Lake City, UT 84111

Services Handled By

Larkin Mortuary
260 E South Temple
Salt Lake City, UT

Life Story Info

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Nannette Kern

Post Date

Apr 17, 2023

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Age

61
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Lonnie always made everyone feel welcome. He always knew how to make me laugh and brought a smile to my face. He made sure to show everyone compassion and acceptance and never left anyone out.

Kyria Howe , Willard , UT, US Apr 18, 2023

I will always remember LONNIE as a fun loving man that always remembered your name and asked how you were. I have heard several stories about him through the years from the family and how he always would do his own thing and not worry about anything. He enjoyed it when the family would get together at Thanksgiving and Christmas and he would love the gifts he would receive. He will be missed by family and friends he has made through his life. Goodbye Lonnie, you were loved.

Laurie Kern , West Valley, UT, US Apr 18, 2023

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