Brett Lee Snarr, age 20, loved son, died February 22, 1991 in Salt Lake City, Utah.

He was born in Bountiful, Utah on July 16, 1970. He loved music, helping others in need and the outdoors. He was a very hard worker and worked as a stone mason. A member of the LDS Church, he also attended Hillcrest High School.He loved playing with little children but he especially loved his beautiful mother, Linda Lee Snarr; father, Richard H. Snarr; sister, Cammie Snarr; fiance, Daphne Teigen; grandparents, Verion and Coral Smart; Wylie and Virginia Snarr; great-grandmother, Irene Price; aunt, Joan Hamblin; uncle, Ren; special friend, Ried Call, who has been like a father to Brett, and many other friends and family members. Brett will be missed and loved by all.

He loved poetry and writing and this is one of his favorite poems.

"PACK AWAY YOUR TROUBLES"

Pack away your troubles, face your day with a happy heart and end it with a song. You'll find the hours in between, can't go far from wrong. A smile is more contagious than a dreary frown, and nicer to remember when the sun goes down. Don't miss out on happiness by looking toward the ground, but keep looking up, that's where the rainbow is found. Just pack away your troubles for some other day, and before you know it, they will have slipped away.

Funeral services will be held Wednesday, February 27, 1991, at 12 noon in the Union Fort 4th LDS Ward Chapel, 7410 South 1050 East. Friends may call at Goff Mortuary, 8090 South State, Tuesday 6-8 P.M. and Wednesday at the church from 10:45 to 11:45 A.M.

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