Our sweet Mia Tippetts passed away on Tuesday, July 5, 2022. She was 21 years old.\n\nMia was born on December 21, 2000, in American Fork, Utah. From an early age, Mia loved to make people happy — with her bright smile, sassy attitude, and colorful dress code. She lived life to its fullest. After graduating from high school, Mia decided to become a CNA so that she could share that same happiness through music and dance with the elderly. Most recently she was pursuing an Associate’s Degree at UVU and found great fulfillment nannying for a family of two darling kids.\n\nMusic was a huge part of her life, whether through singing, writing music, playing guitar, or learning the harmonica. She had a Spotify playlist for every occasion. She enjoyed rom coms, Australian and British accents, Cupbop, and playing tennis and pickleball. Mia never left home without a pack of Extra Spearmint gum and her Carmex and would share with anyone around her. She was selfless, loving, and always put others first.\n\nMia is survived by her parents, Amy and Brian, her brothers, Riley and Conner, her sisters, Camryn and Ellie, her grandparents, and many aunts, uncles, and cousins. A celebration of Mia’s life will be held on Sunday, July 10, 2022 at 6pm at Mt. Timpanogos Park on US-189 up Provo Canyon. Suggested attire: Bright colors, horizontal stripes, or whatever makes you feel comfortable.