Jennie Lynn Webb Wahlstrom1980 ~ 2012FRUIT HEIGHTS, UTOur sweet Jennie Lynn Wahlstrom left us too early on October 8, 2012. She was tragically killed in an accident while on a second honeymoon with her husband Nate in Hawaii.Jennie was born on April 15, 1980, on one of the most beautiful spring days this earth has ever known in Ogden Utah. She was the loving daughter of John C. and Sharon McAllister Webb. The day Jennie arrived home from the hospital the world was ablaze with beautiful bright colors to welcome one of Gods choicest daughters. Today the beautiful fall colors are bidding her farewell and the earth has lost her bright light and happy spirit that she shared with everyone.Jennie graduated from Ogden High School. As president of the Tigerettes they took first place at a national competition. She attended Snow College pursuing dance and then went on to Weber State University. She married Nathan Wahlstrom in the Salt Lake Temple on March 10, 2000.She was everything to Nate and he was everything to her. A true soul mate to her husband Nate and a devoted mother to her children: Isabelle (10),Isaac (8), Bear (5), and Peter (2). She will be missed and eternally loved by her parents, sister Becky, brother Matt (Kira), grandmother McAllister, and many aunts, uncles and cousins.She was preceded in death by a sister Katharine (Katie) and grandparents. She always made her home a loving, beautiful place. To know Jennie was to love Jennie. She was so honored to be a dedicated sister to her brother Matt as well as her special needs sisters. After marriage she was thrilled to inherit three more sisters (Maryann, Meredith, and Mallory) and three brothers (Norm, Andy, and Adam) whom she loved as her own. She truly loved the Lord and took the words literally to "feed my sheep", always earnestly seeking ways to show her love for everyone.Jennie was a beautiful, delightful, thoughtful and loving woman. Jennie had a bright faith in the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Her Christ-like light touched everyone around her. She had a gift for nurturing and fulfilled her calling as a mother with passion, energy and intense love. Jennie adored babies, animals and anything she could squeeze. Along with her four children, she took care of a dog, tortoise and most recently chickens. She lived a life of constant service and cookie giving. She was an eternal optimist, full of happiness with contagious energy. Her famous, infectious laugh was loved for its occasional snort. She was more beautiful inside than out which seems impossible because of how gorgeous she was, but ironically never seeing it herself. Her child-like love, purity and innocence was something she never outgrew. She made everyone feel like a loved, best friend. She was currently the ward Primary President, dance enthusiast and an amazing cook. She was truly an angel among us and will now be our guardian angel for the rest of this Earth life.Funeral services will be held Wednesday at 11 a.m. at the Fruit Heights Utah 4th Ward, 24 South Country Lane. Family and friends may visit with the family at the Myers Mortuary, 250 North Fairfield Road, Layton, Utah, on Tuesday from 5-8 p.m. and Wednesday morning at the church on from 9:30-10-:30 am. Interment will be in the Kaysville Cemetery.In lieu of flowers, please make donations at any Zions bank under "Jennie Webb Wahlstrom Memorial Fund." Condolences may be sent to the family at