Gabriel Stephen Darveau Will Be Missed HEBER CITY- On June 18, 2005, the heavens opened up and allowed Gabriel Stephen Darveau to come to earth to the arms of his father, Stephen Edward Darveau, and mother, Lancia Alaire Fullmer. He brought with him the sweetest smile and personality. He brought so much love and pure joy for his family and friends. Gabriel shared flyfishing with his mom and dad as well as hiking in the mountains. He traveled to Arizona to meet family. He loved to go bowling, and he wasn't even too young to swing a golf club or ride the four-wheeler with his daddy and his cousin, Caddis. Gabriel, your laughter and smile has given us pure joy. Every time you laughed your full belly, jolly laughter gave you the hiccups and that made us laugh. The celebration of the day you were born continued through every day of your sweet life. The energy that your spirit brought had a powerful impact on all of us that was far bigger than the time you were allowed to be here with us. The impact of your life will last is our entire lifetimes. We will miss your big bright eyes, sweet spirit, laughter and hiccups. Your parent's love for you is eternal, as well as their love for each other. Christ came and took your spirit and left us with your tiny body to help us grieve our loss as well as celebrate your life. You get a golden ticket to the Celestial Kingdom without having to endure the trials your parents have endured. Because of your inspiration, they will live so they can meet you there someday. You are my shining star! You will always be Daddy's little Boy! Gabriel served as a beacon of light for healing and forgiveness. The unexplained SIDS took him from us on December 14, 2005. The heavens opened again and Gabriel rose up to the arms of his Savior, Jesus Christ. Survived by his mother and father: Stephen and Lancia of Heber; grandparents: Kerry and Carla Darveau of Heber; Steve Fullmer, Donda Fullmer, Phil Pothen of Wallsburg; great-grandparents: Marvin and Carma Johnson of Salt Lake; Raymond and Lenora Darveau of Oklahoma; Mitch and Gwen Glattfelder of Ashfork, AZ; Ralph and Dee Fullmer of Provo; Estella Vega (Nana) of Phoenix, AZ; aunts and uncles: Casey Darveau of Park City; Chelsea Darveau of Heber; Chris Fullmer of Provo; Kellie Peterson of South Jordan; Capri Escalante of Layton; Kyle Fullmer of Heber; Kasee Zaugg of Salt Lake; Bryant Fullmer of Wallsburg; Carter Pothen Vega of Phoenix, AZ; Rachel Sotto of Gilbert, AZ; and his best little cousin, Caddis. Preceded in death by grandfather Anthony R. Vega of Phoenix, AZ; great-grandparents Jerry Edwardson of Chino Valley, AZ; Alice Darveau of Oklahoma; and Great Tata of Phoenix, AZ. Friends and family may visit on Monday, December 19, 2005 from 11:30 - 12:30 p.m. in the Heber LDS 11th Ward, 550 East 500 North, Heber City. Funeral services will follow at 1:00 p.m. Interment will be in the Heber City Cemetery. Arrangements are in the care of Olpin-Hoopes Funeral Home, Heber City. In lieu of flowers the family is accepting donations at America First Credit Union in Gabriel Darveau's name.