Our beloved sons, brothers passed away in a tragic car accident Friday, March 1st, 2019. Sage and Rylie were born to Jeremy and Brittney Snow in West Jordan, UT. The inseparable brothers were the youngest boys of the family, which granted them the nickname “the boys” by all that knew them. Sage was a junior at Valley High School, and Rylie was a sophomore at West Jordan High School. The boys shared many passions, including anything with a motor, outdoors, guns, and country music; which contributed to their closeness. Sage and Rylie could always be found together either working under a car - whether it was one of their own or a family or friends, in the West Desert, or in a field of mud. These two were a perfect pair; Sage’s charisma and fearlessness broke it, then Rylie’s ingenuity and practicality would fix it.\r\n\r\nSage was the most spirited of all his siblings. He could persuade any of his siblings or friends to participate in his shenanigans; or convince them to do things even Sage would not do himself. There was not much Sage wouldn’t do, though. Everything Sage did was wild, fast, and sometimes dangerous. But if you were to ask him, it was wilder, faster, and extremely dangerous. Sage was a captivating story teller; he could keep everyone at the edge of the seat wondering what would happen next, even though they had all heard the same exaggerated story countless times. Sage could draw anyone in with his stories, but they stuck around because of his quick wit and caring heart. Sage was so genuine he made all those around him feel like family. At a very young age, Sage developed his love for anything with a motor. It all started with vacuums, then lawn mowers and four-wheelers, and eventually cars. Sage has owned more cars than we can count because each car only lasted as long as his attention span, then it was off to the next one.\r\n\r\nRylie on the other hand was quiet and reserved with a fascination of how things work. If it had nuts, bolts, or screws-he would take it apart and try to put it back together again. Over time Rylie developed the patience to pull things apart and not just put it back together, but make it bigger, faster, or better. Little did we know these traits would turn him into the Mr. Fixit we knew him to be. Since age 11, Rylie could make major home improvements like running new electrical circuits, install underground sprinklers, building sheds/fences/decks, and laying tile or hardwood floor; things most people would hire a contractor for. Although Rylie could fix anything, his passion was fixing cars. Before he even learned to drive a car, he knew how to fix one. At age 15 he rebuilt a motor for his eldest brother’s car. As the excitement of routine automotive maintenance and work faded, Rylie was still the first one to offer his assistance because of his love for his family and friends. Rylie’s big heart was one of his most defining attributes. Whenever Rylie saw someone in need, he was always willing to lend a hand. This was not limited to the people he loved; Rylie had a love for all animals. He had given a home to multiple stray animals which became his loved pets.\r\n\r\nThese two boys were inseparable, even in death. Sage and Rylie’s lives may have been short but can be described as nothing short of full. Sage and Rylie will be greatly missed by everyone that had the opportunity to know them. They are survived by their mother, Brittney Allen Snow; their father and step-mother, Jeremy and Rachel Snow; older sister, Ashlee Snow; older brother, Kaiden Snow; younger step-sister, Alyssa Soto; maternal grandparents, Connie and Frank Allen; paternal grandparents, Gary Snow and Loraine and Dennis Michelson; numerous cousins, aunts, and uncles; and countless friends.\r\n\r\nA viewing for the boys will be held on Friday, March 8th, 2019 from 6:00 – 9:00 PM at Jenkins-Soffe Funeral Chapel, 1007 W. South Jordan Parkway (10600 South) South Jordan, Utah. \r\n\r\nServices will be held on Saturday, March 9th, 2019 from 10:00-11:00 AM at St. Joseph the Worker Catholic Church, 7405 S. Redwood Rd West Jordan, Utah. \r\n\r\nA Celebration of Life Luncheon will be held in their honor on Saturday, March 9th, 2019 from 1:00-2:00 PM at an LDS Church, 2901 West 9000 South West Jordan, Utah.