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Lenée Lynn Lameyer

Feb 24, 1987 May 15, 2024

Lenée Lynn Lameyer, 37, of West Jordan, Utah passed away on May 15, 2024, due to a medical condition she had been battling for the past 6 years. Lenée was born February 24, 1987, in Renton, Washington and grew up in Kent, Washington. Through the Running Start Program, Lenée was able to graduate from high school with her AA degree and went on to complete her Bachelor of Arts degree in Communications.

Lenée had moved to Utah in 2021 as she was promoted to regional manager of part sourcing for an auto glass company.

Lenée had a strong love and passion for Theater Arts and became a dedicated family member of the Heavier Than Air Family Theater (HTA) in Auburn, Washington. The passing of Lenée leaves a hole in the lives of family and friends who enjoyed her goofy, dry sense of humor and lighthearted conversations as well as deeper conversations on virtually any topic. Lenée’s quick wit and intellect meant that she was able to argue either side of a debate and might switch sides during the conversation just to keep things interesting.

Lenée loved being part of the theater camp at HTA and participated as a camper and then as a drama coach for 3 years. One of her favorite shows was “Charlotte’s Web” when she played the role of “Templeton, the Rat”. She was a sought-after babysitter by the parents of the campers and the kids loved her.

Lenee’s most important role was that of mother to her darling daughter Ember. They enjoyed playing video games, board games, and going to Olive Garden for dinner, as well as doing long road trips together, mainly to Arizona to visit friends and see the many sites along the way.

Lenée had a vibrant zest for life and a resilient spirit. She was inspiring to others as she met difficult situations head on, whether it was doing the remodeling of her first home by herself or managing her health challenges. We know she left us way too soon and we will miss her beautiful smile and laugh. In the near future, someone will be able to see through the eyes of Lenée as she has donated her corneas to the University of Utah Eye bank.

Lenée is survived by her loving daughter Ember Fury Lameyer-Kulp (8), mother Lorraine (Lola) Lameyer, half-sister Nikki Gentry, half-brother Brandon Sandoz as well as Ember’s father Brandon Kulp and several cousins.

She will be greatly missed by her family and her forever family members of the Heavier Than Air Family Theater.

No service is planned at this time.


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Larkin Mortuary - Riverton

3688 West 12600 South

Riverton, UT 84065

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May 21, 2024
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