1984 - 2010 (26 years)
||Micah Glenn Huggard |
||18 Oct 1984
||American Fork, Utah, Utah
||25 Dec 2010
||Draper, Salt Lake, Utah
- Micah Glenn Huggard & Kyounghee Kim Obituary
Micah Glenn Huggard died on December 25, 2010, when the Jeep he was driving rolled into a ravine near Hogs Hollow above Alpine. The untimely death of he and his fiancee, Kyounghee Kim, will leave a hole in many of our hearts. Micah was born in American Fork, Utah on October 18, 1984 to Jeani Molyneux Huggard and Dennis Frank Huggard and was the youngest of six children.
Micah had an eagerness to experience life and always took the fastest, most thrilling direction he could find. He loved jeeping in Moab, listening to his favorite band, 311, and especially playing with his fat little nieces and nephews. Micah attended school in American Fork, graduating in 2001 from American Fork High. He served an honorable LDS mission to Zurich, Switzerland from 2004-2006. He and his brother Jake were inseparable, and Micah loved both working and playing with him.
Micah will be missed by his parents, his brother Jake (Joely) Huggard, and sisters Rebekah (Mark) Watson, Sara (Michael) Keele, Anna (Jayson) Christensen, Miriam (Brent) Phillips and a foster brother Harvey Lefthand. He also leaves behind a plethora of loving nieces, nephews, aunts, uncles, and friends. He was preceded in death by his grandmother Ruth Molyneux and grandfather Frank Huggard.
Kyounghee Kim died December 25, 2010 while off-roading with her fiance, Micah Huggard, near Hogs Hollow, above Alpine, Utah. Kyounghee was born in Sokcho City, South Korea on December 27, 1983 to Lee Bong Hwa and Kim Jong Won.
Kyounghee is remembered by her aunt as a warmhearted, happy and energetic young girl who was always curious and wanted to learn. Her greatest desires were to play the piano and learn English well enough to teach it. Through her hard work and studies she accomplished these goals, earning a BA in English. She came to the United States and lived with her aunt and uncle in Phoenix, Arizona where she attended the Community College in Mesa and later ASU.
After her conversion to the LDS Church, Kyounghee decided to attend LDS Business College in Salt Lake City and then transfer to BYU with the goal of becoming a CPA. She met Micah Huggard through a family member on Christmas Eve 2009, and after an exciting yearlong courtship accepted his proposal of marriage on Christmas Eve 2010. They planned to be married in the spring.
Kyounghee is survived by her mother and brother Heetae Kim of South Korea, aunt Miseon Michelle Chon, uncle James Chon, and cousins Hearim and Heajim Chon of Phoenix, Arizona. She was preceded in death by her father. She will be missed by many friends in both Utah and Arizona.
A viewing for the two will be held at Wing Mortuary, 118 E. Main, Lehi, Utah on Monday, January 3rd, 2011 from 6pm to 8pm. They can be viewed again just prior to the services on Tuesday, January 4th, 2011 from 9:30am until 10:45am at the American Fork 33rd Ward Building, 1305 North 100 East American Fork, Utah. The combined services will then be held at 11am, on January 4th 2011 at the American Fork 33rd
Died in a tragic accident one day after becoming engaged to fiancee.
Tragic Accident Kills Newly Engaged Couple
||04 Jan 2011
||2 Jan 2011 |
||Kassi Kyoung-Hee Kim, b. 27 Dec 1983, Sokch'o, Kangwon-do, South Korea , d. 25 Dec 2010, Draper, Salt Lake, Utah (Age 26 years) |
||27 Dec 2010 |