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Chloe Ann Nostrom, age 23, passed away December 23rd, 2022 in the loving arms of her mother and surrounded by her family in her home. She was born September 29th, 1999 in Salt Lake City, Utah. The world lost a bright shining light that day. Our family lost a daughter, sister, granddaughter, cousin, niece, friend, confidant, and so much more. Words cannot describe the loss we all feel.
From her first breath, Chloe faced many challenges. She had less than a 10% chance of survival, but she lived. She was a sassy little spitfire and her mom let her own that because that is what kept her fighting everyday. We believe that Chloe knew before she came of the obstacles she would face on earth and she still chose this life. "Though she be but little, she is fierce"
Chloe endured many procedures and operations in her short life. She spent many days, weeks and months in the hospital and oftentimes being told she wasn’t going to make it or there is nothing we can do, but she never faltered in her belief that she would make it through and all would be well. She proved the doctors wrong more times than not and they loved Chloe for her determination and grit. Chloe had the scars to prove her battle wounds, but she never liked them showing or for others to see them. "She knew she could, so she did"
We as a family knew that throughout her life Chloe must have been in pain and suffering, but she never complained. We would always ask how she was and she would always say “I’m fine. Don’t worry about me. Let’s call and see if Grandma and Grandpa want to come down and play a game.”
Everything Chloe had to face, she always did with grace, determination, a smile on her face and a beautiful twinkle in her eye. She never wavered in her beliefs and hope for the future. Through her faith and testimony of Jesus Christ, she was determined to live her life to the fullest and never back down from a challenge. Nothing stopped this beautiful young woman from achieving anything she ever set her mind to. Her family, relatives and friends witnessed many miracles because of her faith and testimony of Jesus Christ.
"The devil whispered in Chloe's ear: 'you're not strong enough to withstand the storm.' Chloe replied: 'I am a Child of God, a Woman of faith, a Warrior of Christ. I AM the storm'"
She was loved by many, but her love for others was undeniable. She loved being around her family, planning parties, celebrating holidays, traveling, decorating, making new food, trying new foods, planning stuff for her mom’s classroom and always keeping tabs on the family to make sure everyone was ok.
Chloe is so good and pure and was obviously here to teach us all. She was never on this earth for her, but to make all of us around her better. Her spirit radiated all around her and she touched so many lives.
In remembrance of Chloe - take an adventure, make someone smile, tell a loved one you love them and give them a hug, try some new food, play games and just have fun. We would love for you to share your adventures using #DoitforChloeAnn on social media.
Chloe left behind parents, Kim and Rob Panter, Jeff and Gena Nostrom; brothers, Kaden and Hawker Nostrom; sisters, Cara Clark, Kirsten Kaye, Sophie Nostrom; grandparents, Tony and Carol Baer, Jeff and Claudia Nostrom; and many beloved aunts, uncles, and cousins.
Funeral services will be held at 2:00 PM on Thursday, December 29, 2022 at the White Pine Chapel, 753 South 100 East in Logan. A viewing will be held at White Pine on Wednesday evening, December 28th, from 6:00 to 8:00 PM, and prior to the services on Thursday from 12:30 to 1:30 PM, also at White Pine. Interment at Providence Cemetery.
Those who would like to attend virtually may use the following link: https://us06web.zoom.us/j/85748953597
Wednesday, December 28, 2022
6:00 - 8:00pm (Mountain time)
Thursday, December 29, 2022
12:30 - 1:30pm (Mountain time)
Thursday, December 29, 2022
Starts at 2:00pm (Mountain time)
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