In Loving Memory of Lorelie (Justice) Jenson (1965-2023) Lorelie Jenson, 57, passed away peacefully in her home in St. George, Utah, on June 12, 2023.
Born November 2, 1965, she was adopted by William and Bertie Smith and grew up in a loving home in Morgan, Utah, alongside her three siblings. The beauty of her hometown instilled a deep love for nature and fishing, passions she cherished throughout her life.
Lorelie's academic achievements and musical talent as a pianist shone brightly throughout school. She was a part of the varsity basketball team and 4H Club, graduating in 1984 from Morgan High School.
At the age of seventeen, she embraced the journey motherhood with the birth of her daughter, passing down a love of poetry and books.
Lorelie's life was filled with triumphs and challenges, yet it never diminished the person she was or her impact on those around her.
Married in 2005 to Corey Jenson, she found true love, companionship, and unwavering support. They shared a love of traveling and sports.
One of Lorelie's many talents was her skill in the kitchen. She was passionate about cooking and was always happy to prepare delicious meals for loved ones. It always brought people together, and her meals became a way of creating special memories.
Fashion, shoes, and tattoos were the added flair to her personality. Dedicated to the Raiders, Lorelie loved supporting her favorite football team and eagerly cheered them on as their number one fan. Animals also held a special place in Lorelie's heart. Her adored rabbit, Raider, and dogs, Teeka and Avaeh, provided constant companionship, loyalty, and love.
Despite facing health challenges, Lorelie approached life with determination. Her resilience was a testament to her remarkable spirit, and she never allowed her health to dim her vibrant personality. All who knew her will deeply miss her contagious smile and passion for life.
In lieu of flowers, the family kindly requests donations to Corey Jenson to help with medical bills and mortuary costs.
Lorelie (Justice) Jenson is survived by her husband, Corey Jenson; daughter and son-in-law, T'Ann & Tyler Payne; son, Kobe Jenson; grandsons, Kash and Ryker; granddaughter, Bianca; and brothers, Michael Smith and David Smith.
Preceded in death by her parents, William and Bertie Smith.
A celebration of life to honor Lorelie's memory will be planned for a future date.
"Perhaps they are not stars, but rather openings in heaven where the love of our lost ones pours through and shines down upon us to let us know they are happy." - Eskimo Proverb