John Arron Barton was born on Jan 19, 1982 in Salt Lake City, Utah. His family moved to Beaver when he was twelve years old. Arron passed away unexpectedly on Jan 5, 2023 in his home.\n\nThe great outdoors was second nature to Arron, it was a big part of his soul all throughout his life. As a young boy Arron was very active in swimming lessons, T-ball, soccer, baseball, basketball and football. Football was always his favorite sport. He enjoyed other outdoor activities such as golf, frisbee golf, hiking, fishing, rock hounding, and snowboarding.\n\nArron attended Beaver High School and received his diploma through Weber State Tech. He also received an advanced Welding Certificate from Applied Technology College. In his lifetime, he worked a variety of jobs. He loved working for Diamond Rental, delivering heavy equipment to various places throughout the Salt Lake City Valley and Park City. Canyon Breeze Golf Course was a favorite as well, working as an assistant ground keeper. Arron joined the Army and was stationed at Fort Leonard Wood Missouri. There he achieved the Army Corps Engineers certification. As an Army Core Engineer, he graduated at the top of his class in AIT Army training exercises. After his return from the Army, Arron enjoyed traveling between Idaho, Utah, and Wyoming when he worked for Osmose Utility Services. His final job before his passing was at Eagle Point Mountain Ski Resort, which he was excited and happy to be at. Music and creativity were the heart beat of his life. This comforted and carried him through difficult times as well. He loved playing his guitars and creating his own music. He enjoyed working with metals, such as stainless steel, aluminum, copper and sterling silver. Arron felt items should not just be replaced if they were useful in any way. He re-furbished and rebuilt many bicycles.\n\nHe assembled a set of percussions using recycled various items. This was placed outside his door and he called it his doorbell. Often you would hear the musical sounds when he liked to go play them. He built wind chimes, windmills, swords, shields, Celtic crosses and landscape gates. He always was excited to show you his latest jewelry design. A beautiful arbor stands in our yard that was created by my son for my birthday. He also loved feeding the deer in our yard and referred to them as "the deer people." Arron always had a desire to be married and have children. Off and on throughout his life, he attended services in many religions and he would read the Bible. Arron's friends meant so much to him. If you were a friend of Arron's please know how much he cherished you. He was always willing to help people in need and was greatly loved by many, he will be in our hearts forever.\n\nHe was survived by his parents John Robert and Barbara Barton. Along with many aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews and cousins. He was preceded in death by his grandparents John and Joan Barton and Ross Terry and Helen Andrus.\n\nA private family memorial and celebration of life to honor Arron will be held on Friday, February 10, 2023. Family members will be notified of the time and location.