Jeremy Lynn Whiting, age 54, passed away from natural causes on August 1, 2023, leaving behind his beloved wife, Kim Noel, and his three sons: Thomas Escher, Noah Grayson, and Kyle Hyrum Whiting. \n\nJeremy was the second child of Lynn and DeAnne Whiting and grew up in Idaho Falls, Idaho, where he enjoyed creative activities, music, and reading books. During high school and college, he was involved in choir and theater. As a Rick’s College sophomore, he was one of the twelve brothers in “Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat.” \n\nAfter serving a mission in Utah for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, he came to Ohio, where his family had moved, and continued his work and schooling. During this time, he met Kim Rader in Fairfield, Ohio, as they served together in a church calling for young single adults. They were married in the Washington D.C. Temple in 1993. His love for his Father in Heaven and Savior Jesus Christ was evident in the way that he and his wife raised their children and served others. \n\nJeremy and Kim enjoyed spending time together in various hobbies, including creative writing, long drives, watching Star Wars movies, researching family history, and raising their three sons. Jeremy has always been spontaneous and, at one point, persuaded his family to move from Ohio to West Yellowstone, Montana, to embrace small-town wintery living for several years. The move also put him near the family cabin on Henry's Lake, which was his happy place. Eventually, they settled in Herriman, Utah and enjoyed living close to family. His favorite church calling was serving at the Beehive Home, where he helped care for his dad and provided sacrament meetings to the residents. \n\nJeremy loved to learn about family – both past and present – and served as a connector with his cousins and siblings. He instigated family get-togethers, digitized and shared old photos from his father’s slide collections, and wrote short stories based on his great-grandparents’ lives. \n\nKnown for an off-beat sense of humor, Jeremy loved inside jokes, pop culture references, and movie quotes. He was quick to weave music lyrics into conversations. Jeremy will be remembered for his fun personality, quick wit, and love of family and family heritage. \n\nJeremy earned an undergraduate degree in English from Buffalo State University and a master’s degree in instructional technology and learning sciences from Utah State University. He spent his career in customer service and education, with his most recent job at the VA Hospital in Salt Lake City working for Cardinal Healthcare. He spread life and happiness to everyone and will be greatly missed.\n\nHe is survived by his wife, Kim Noel Whiting of Herriman, Utah; sons Thomas Escher Whiting, Noah Grayson Whiting, and Kyle Hyrum Whiting; mother, DeAnne Brown Whiting of Herriman, Utah; sister Kimberly (Chris) Wells of Herriman, Utah; brother Jason (April) Whiting of Lindon, Utah; brother Joel (Shelby) Whiting of Idaho Falls, Idaho; brother Justin (Megan) Whiting of Stansbury Park, Utah; sister Katelin (Jared) Morton of Minneapolis, Minnesota. He is preceded in death by his father, Lynn Jensen Whiting.\n\nIn lieu of flowers, donations to cover final expenses are appreciated and can be made by Venmo to @Kim-Whiting-8 or by check in the care of Jenkins-Soffe.\n\nFuneral Services will be held Thursday, August 10, 2023, at 10:00 am at the Pioneer 2nd Ward chapel, 13003 South 6400 West, Herriman, UT. A visitation will be held from 9-9:45 prior to the services at the same location. Interment at the Springville City Cemetery at 2:00 pm.