Tovin Desman Rueda passed away on October 13, 2023, at the age of 36. Born in Ogden, UT on December 26, 1986, Tovin was a shining light of dedication, hard work, and love for his family and friends. He was a resident of Plain City, Utah, where he was known and respected for his hard work and devotion. His career as a truck driver was a testament to his commitment, but his heart belonged at home with his family. Tovin was a remodel to all, living a life full of love and joy that touched everyone he knew.\n\nTovin was an avid lover of nature and an enthusiast of gaming, motorcycles, and working out. He was a handyman who enjoyed working with his hands and took pride in building his crowning achievement, a beautiful house for his family to call home. His dream of becoming a pilot was a testament to his fearless spirit and relentless pursuit of personal growth. "Money Money Money, Gotta Make That Green" was his signature saying that got him through all of his hard work. He was a role model for his siblings and a model son, always ready to lend a hand or a word of encouragement. His passion for cooking and the joy of sharing a meal with his family was one of the many ways he expressed his love. His children were everything to him and he devoted his life to giving them all he could. He was kind hearted, very respectful, and very loving.\n\nTovin is preceded in death by his grandmother Mariana Duran; grandfather, Jose Felix Mora Rueda; Uncles Johnny Rasmussen; Daniel Hernandez, Emiliano Campos Jr.; Cousin Constance Hernandez; and Little Michael Arredondo.\n\nTovin is survived by his mother, Cynthia Hernandez; his father, Tovin (Delea) Rueda; his children, Desmand Danny Rueda, Aubrey Hailee Rueda, and Tovin Massimo Rueda Jr. The 3rd.; the mother of his children Sonia Enriquez and Hali Hart; his siblings, Amber Camille Rueda, Zachary Myles Rueda, and Damien Dane (Mariah) Rueda; Grandmother, Estefana Hernandez; his best friend, Oscar Gomez; and his grandson, Leonidas Rueda; and many Aunts, Uncles, nephews, nieces and cousins. His love and devotion to his family will forever be remembered and cherished by those who knew him. \n\nWe invite you to share your memories of Tovin, and upload photos to his memorial page. His spirit will live on through the stories we share and the memories we keep. He was truly the creation of a beautiful soul with kind hearted nature to all especially his family. We are going to miss the big warm hugs and kisses. A Celebration of life will be held Thursday October 26, 2023 at The River View Ranch, 5800 Adams Avenue Pkwy, Washington Terrace UT 84405; from 4:00-8:00 PM.\n\n" I love you Mama."\n "I Love you too my son."