This online memorial was created in loving memory of Joe Young, whose life story is told throughout this memorial website. Please sign Joe's guest book and let us know you came to visit. We will remember Joe forever. Marvin Joe Young Our "Mighty" Joe came into this world in all his glory, ready to take on his task to teach us all. And in his limited way he taught us all (big time). He taught us how to smile, to love, and to believe in miracles. Joe was our miracle. He taught us all to live and love each other. He especially taught us to love him. He taught us with his unconditional love. Then when he decided he had taught us all he could, He left this world to start his new life with his Father in Heaven, where he can run, jump, sing, dance, and continue to teach others. Joe fought a life long battle with sickness, but he has finally won his war. He can now do all the things he was fighting for.
We will miss you Joe. Marvin "Mighty" Joe Young was born August 2, 1999, in Salt Lake City, UT, to Marvin Jace Young and Jacqulyn Danyale Sterner Young. He lived a good life. He was a teacher to us all. He loved his school at Dan Peterson and looked forward to every day. Joe was loved deeply by his family and extended families. Joe left this world August 18, 2007, in American Fork surrounded by that family. Joe is survived by his parents: Jace and Jacquie Young; brother, Jeffery D. Young; sister, HayLee D. Young all of American Fork; Grandparents: Neil and Jeannie Young, Wallsburg UT, Shara and Marv Peguillan, Scenic, AZ, and Dawn and Jerry Sterner, Spring City, UT; also survived by aunts, uncles, cousins, and great-grandparents. Joe was preceded in death by his aunt Dusty Lynn Townley and cousin Kazjia Lynn Young.