On the evening of June 28, 2021, Jeremy David Marshall, age 43, was returning home to his family from work, when he was tragically killed in a head on collision by a wrong way driver. His sudden and tragic death has impacted hundreds of heartbroken family members and friends.Jeremy was born in St George, Utah on September 3, 1977. He was raised in Overton, Nevada where he still has many close family members and friends. In 1992, his family moved to Cedar City, Utah where he graduated from Cedar High School and later graduated with his Bachelor’s degree from Southern Utah University in 2005. He served an honorable mission for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints in London, England. His father, David Marshall, ordained Jeremy to the Melchizedek Priesthood. Jeremy was married to Elizabeth Brown in the Manti, Utah temple on September 3, 2005. Jeremy and his family moved to Yucaipa, CA in southern California in March 2013 where he transitioned from Vivint Alarm to Vivint Solar.\nAs a child Jeremy loved BMX bikes, racing slot cars and RC motor cars. His children now participate in BMX events. He loved scouting. His proudest achievement as a young man was earning his Eagle Scout. For earning the Eagle rank, his mother bought him a red 1978 Ford truck. He spent years restoring his truck with loved ones and visiting car shows.\nJeremy was always a faithful Latter-day Saint, husband, father, son, brother and friend. His life was molded by his faith in Jesus Christ, his family, and his friends. He thrived in his role as a provider and protector in the family. Jeremy’s dedication, work ethic and loyalty in his career, to friends, as a spouse and as a father were unmatched. He was always a great mentor to young men. His whit was like none other. He quietly served with little fan fair and he would refer to himself as the “Funcle”, and the nieces and nephews agreed. His influence was widespread. Above all, he was most proud of his beautiful family. He lived for them and fought for their comfort and safety. He was a loving, devoted father full of teasing, cheering, memories and dad jokes.\nJeremy leaves behind his lovely wife Elizabeth Marie Brown Marshall. He is survived by his four children: Davie Lynn (14), Karson Tim (12), Troy Jeremy (9), and Emzlee Elizabeth (6).Jeremy was preceded in death by his father, David Edwin Marshall. He is survived by his mother, Kim Yvette Marshall; sister, Heather Elsie Marshall Carter (husband Travis); nieces and nephews: Gavin, Hallie, Gemma, and Nellie; aunt, Linda Lyon; sister, Heidi Eileen Marshall; nephew, Matt Gunter (wife Sierra); great nieces, Paisley and Piper; nephew, Marshall Gunter (wife Madi); niece, Morgan Kim Pettigrew (husband Jameson); great niece, Elsie Blue; maternal grandparents, Eileen Lani Boyce and Tim Boyce.\nAll services for Jeremy will be held at the Cedar West Stake Center (725 S 1100 W, Cedar City, Utah). Viewing will be on Friday, July 16, 2021 from 6:00 – 8:00 pm, and Saturday, July 17, 2021, from 9:00 – 10:30 am. The funeral service will follow at 11:00 am. Interment will be in Cedar City Cemetery under the direction of Southern Utah Mortuary.\nClick below for live stream services.\nhttps://zoom.us/j/96904534831?pwd=T3NqTFc3Y2ErWE1RTHJDcGVTUVdvUT09\n \nMeeting ID: 969 0453 4831 Passcode: 623734 \n\nTo plant Memorial Trees in memory of Jeremy "Vern" David Marshall, please click here to visit our Sympathy Store.