Jaclyn Danel Yraguen Page
Born to Terri Whipple and Daniel Yraguen on August 24th 1979. Surprisingly sharing the same birthday as her mom. She grew up in West Jordan Utah graduating from West Jordan High School class of 1997. While in high school she studied cosmetology and earned her license from Salt Lake Community College. She was able do what she loved as a passionate hairdresser. Her life mission was to uplift all those she came in contact with and make them feel better about themselves. She continued uplifting until the end of her life.
Jaclyn was an extremely hard worker and among those that knew her she was always the life of the party. She had a big caring heart and showed she loved you by giving gifts. Her greatest gifts to the world were her two children that she loved more than anything, Caitlyn and Lincoln.
She leaves behind the love of her life Eric Page, son Lincoln Page, daughter Caitlyn Page, Tooele Utah, mother Terri Smith, (Merle Smith) Salt Lake City Utah, father Daniel Yraguen Portland Oregon, brother Tony Yraguen, (Britnee), Brother Dallin Barnes (Paige), Shanna Diaz (Mark) Jarren Smith. Grandma Betty Harris, many nieces and nephews, cousins, aunts and uncles, preceded in death grandparents Jack & Anita Whipple grandparents John & Edna Yraguen great grandmother Ysabel Yraguen inlaws Mike & Roe Page.
Jaclyn you were a treasure to be around and you will be missed! Thank you for all the great memories. We love you! Until we meet again.
Life Story Info
Religion and Beliefs
High SchoolWest Jordan High
Jaclyn my sweat dear friend of mine I will miss you so very much. In the last 3 1/2 yrs we became pretty close again and I will always remember you like it was yesterday or I should say back in grade school when I use to chase you around the playground I'm so sorry my friend you really made my life 100 percent more happier just knowing I could call and talk to you when needed I will never forget you lady you were so beautiful inside and out rest in peace my friend. Love always Tyson Salinas
My heart breaks thinking about our sweet, fun, loving Jaclyn. Her infectious laugh will never be forgotten. I cherish the time I was able to spend with her. Loved this girl!
Revelation 21:4 He will wipe out every tear from their eyes, and death will be no more, neither will mourning nor outcry no pain be anymore.
I meet Jaclyn when I was 18. We used to go out and have so much fun together. There too many memories to mention. She would come over to my house. My grandma & grandpa loved her energy and always knew I would be safe with her. She was best friend until I moved out of state. Every time I came home to visit we would always get together. I will never forget when I came home because grandpa was dying and she let me stay at her house while I figured things out. She was one of the sweetest people I have ever meet! I love you Jaclyn!! Give my grandma & grandpa a hug for me!!