“Jer-Bear”\nA teacher in all things, Jeromy effortlessly taught us by his example. We all listened when Jeromy spoke – his earnest fearlessness never failed to captivate a room. His wit and intellect were sharp, and he loved to share them both with those around him. He enjoyed serving others, and truly loved his experiences on his mission and in the Primary.\nOur brave “Jer-Bear” patiently endured countless hurdles on his path through this life. Despite his tribulations, his calm faith never faltered, and it seemed his glowing visage and infectious smile could brighten the gloomiest of days.\nOn the morning of July 27th, Jeromy quietly left us with only our memories of him. Memories we will treasure always. Memories we look forward to multiplying when we meet him again.\nReluctantly parted from him are his mother and father, JoLynn and Allen Morton; his aunt Annette Ray; and many other aunts, uncles, cousins, and friends who are all the better for having been loved by him.\nAlthough we miss him dearly, we are certain he was joyously embraced upon his return home by his big brother, Paul Morton; his cousin, Ryan Morton; his uncle, Royit Arns; his grandma, Venetta Arns; his grandpa, Joseph Arns; his grandpa, Dale Morton; and his faithful friend, Sam.\nFuneral Services will be held Wednesday August 6th at 11:00 am at the Peruvian Ward Chapel, 1500 East 8600 South. Viewing will be held on Tuesday August 5th from 6 -8 pm at Jenkins-Soffe South Valley, 1007 W. South Jordan Pkwy (10600 So.) and from 10:00 – 10:45am on Wed at the church prior to services.