Ogden, UT—Our loving daughter, granddaughter, mother, wife, sister, auntie, and friend, Jamie Joy Marrott King passed away September 24, 2015 in Eagle Mountain, UT. Jamie was born September 26, 1979, in Provo, Utah to Reed and Karen Marrott. She spent her youth in Provo, UT, and attended area schools there. She was exceptionally intelligent and athletic student.\n\nJamie’s three daughters were the epicenter of her life. Jamie was a devoted mother and loved being involved in every aspect of her daughter’s lives.\n\nJamie’s love for her family and friends was typified by her selfless involvement in their lives. She had a very intimate and loving connection with her siblings, nieces and nephews. If Jamie wasn’t face painting kids at her niece’s birthday party, she was helping make chocolates with her sisters (potentially licking the counter clean), or talking with her sisters on the phone everyday as she commuted to work. Jamie made friends easily and quickly, and was a true friend to many who she supported through good and bad times. She cared deeply and honestly for others, and had a special ability to sense of when someone needed her. One of her first jobs after high school typified her willingness and capacity to lift others through true love and kindness as she was involved in caring for special need adults. Jamie ferociously protected everyone she loved.\n\nJamie was an intelligent, intuitive and compassionate free-spirit; her passion for life was fearless. She was true to herself, and unabashedly engaged life in a style unique to her. Her day to day passion for living in the moment was typified by the credo she adopted from her Nana, Joyce Berkey, “Who’s out for fun?” She enjoyed a variety of activities and hobbies including knitting, cooking, and playing sports. She loved being outdoors, especially when enjoyed with family and friends.\n\nJamie laughed often and with everyone she met, from close family members to total strangers she had just met on the street.\n\nJamie loved animals. She loved her dogs, cat, horse, goats and chickens. Her relationship with animals was a tender example of her loving and intuitive nature, and served as a sanctuary for her. Throwing out table scraps was tantamount to receiving a scolding from Jamie, who assiduously enjoyed providing treats for the animals she loved.\n\nJamie Joy is survived by her husband Travis King; her three daughters Maika Roberts, Anessa Roberts, and Kadance King; her parents Reed and Karen Marrott; her siblings, Jarod Marrott, Aprel Guile, Adam Marrott, Misty Aamodt, James Marrott and Jonathan Marrott; her grandmother, Lois Marrott; 12 nieces and 8 nephews; along with many extended family members.\n\nA viewing will be held from 12:00 PM until 1:00 PM, Saturday, October 3, 2015, funeral services will follow beginning at 1:00 PM at Affordable Funeral and Cremation Solutions, 3800 South Washington Blvd., Ogden, UT.