On Tuesday, July 28, 2020, Aaron Charles Parry returned to his Heavenly Father. Aaron was born on March 21, 1979 in Hunter Utah, to Mark Henry Parry and Eunice Jane Brown Parry. He was born the fourth of six children. Aaron was born with a club foot. He spent many of his young years in and out of surgery. It was never fully fixed but he never allowed any challenge to slow him down. Aaron was a professional paintball player. He worked as a communications lineman, at times owning his own company. Aaron was a hardworking man. He enjoyed those he worked with. To them, he was known as “Peaches”.

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Aaron married his sweetheart, Odbayar Jigjidsuren, in the Salt Lake Temple on August 22, 2003. In 2015, the next love of his life joined their family; Sweet Evolet was born and Aaron was so excited to be a father. Aaron loved both his culture and the Mongolian culture of his wife and he made sure his precious daughter knew her heritage. He created cultural items for Odbayar and Evolet that they will treasure.

Aaron was a very loving and compassionate person. There was nothing more important to him than Odbayar and Evolet. He took up sewing because Evolet told her friend her dad could make her a dress- and he did. He was very creative and could do almost anything. He loved playing around with Evolet and his nieces and nephews.

Aaron enjoyed building many things, especially for Evolet. This may have stemmed from his amazing Lego building skills. He loved all things outdoors: paintballing, shooting guns, camping and the mountains. His best shooting partner was his brother, Calvin.

His world revolved around his family. He is survived by his wife, Odbayar; daughter, Evolet; his parents, Mark and Jane; siblings, Mark (Rachel), Jared (Jamie), Sheree (Jeremy), David (Amber), and Calvin; father-in-law, Jigjidsuren and family; along with many nieces and nephews. He is proceeded in death by grandparents, Calvin and Marilyn Parry, Lewis and Lucille Brown and his mother-in law, Dagdmaa.

A viewing will be held on Monday, August 3 from 6:00-8:00 pm at the Memorial Redwood Mortuary, 6500 South Redwood Road, West Jordan, UT, 84123. Following Salt Lake County’s mandate on facial coverings, face masks are mandatory at all services. There will also be a viewing Tuesday, August 4, from 10:00-11:30 am at the LDS church building, 7580 Abbotsbury Lane, West Jordan, Utah 84081 (Sycamore 4th Ward). Funeral services will follow at 12:00 pm. Interment will be at Memorial Redwood Cemetery, West Jordan, Utah. For those unable to attend the services, Memorial Mortuaries is offering livestreaming of the services. Please see the information below.

Joining by computer

• Go to zoom.us in any internet browser

• Click “Join Meeting”

• Enter the meeting ID –

• A box will open saying “https://zoom.us wants to open this application”. Click “Open Zoom”

• Click “Join with Computer Audio”

• Click “Mute” in the bottom left hand corner so that your audio does not interrupt the funeral services

Joining by phone or iPad

• Download the Zoom app

• Open the app and select “Join a Meeting”

• Enter the meeting ID –

• Select “Join without Audio”

• Select “Call using Internet Audio”

• Select “Mute” in the bottom left hand corner so that your audio does not interrupt the funeral service

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Memorial Redwood Mortuary & Cemetery
6500 S Redwood Rd
Salt Lake City, UT

Life Story Info

Post Date

Jul 31, 2020

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So very sorry for your loss. He has created and left many wonderful memories. I feel lucky to have known him.

Karen Brown , Salt Lake City, UT, US Aug 01, 2020

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