Obituaries » Kristin Greenhalgh Brush
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June 12, 1974 - May 6, 2022
Funeral Home Russon Mortuary Farmington
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I have admired Kristin my whole life. As a little kid I remember just adoring her as she dated my brother, and as I grew up, my admiration never changed. I always looked up to her and always thought she was so beautiful both inside and out. She had the most incredible soul, and I’m better for knowing her. She holds a sacred and special place in my heart!! Love you Kristin!!!
Posted by Emilee Eisenbarth Harris on May 13, 2022
Kristin is a beautiful woman who has lived a beautiful life! How grateful I was to have had her at Barton Creek while my parents were there! She was always so kind and caring and would make sure my parents had the Jazz game on so they could watch it in their room. She was willing to help my parents in any way she could! She always had a cheerful countenance that radiated from her! She has been through so much and is an example of resiliency and determination to not be beat! She is a wonderful disciple of our Savior, Jesus Christ. How I love her and how grateful I am to have been able to know her! Thank you Kristin for who you are!
Posted by Becky Murri on May 12, 2022
I knew Kristin in high school but it wasn’t until a few years ago that I really got to know sweet Kristin at Barton Creek as I held music recitals there and she was always so gracious and kind and talked of how much she loved her job. I was also impressed with how she met her trials with such strength. I will miss seeing her around and know she is an example of courage and faith to many ❤️
Posted by Kristina Bancroft on May 11, 2022
Always smiling and also helpful, Kristin is one of a kind. We worked with her at Barton Creek and she is a wonderful soul. We are sad that she has left us for a time but with calm assurance of a reunion at a time in the future, we will meet again. Our love to the family. Joan and Orval Fox
Posted by Orval Fox on May 10, 2022
Before their accident, \"Freddy and Krissy\" would often let me tag-a-long on their dates or on a trip to Pace\'s. I will always cherish those memories as many of my younger siblings have very little memories of that time. Not too long after Fred passed, I had to get my tonsils out at LDS Hospital. As a 12-year-old kid, I was SO scared to go to the same hospital my brother had died at. I was convinced I was going to die too. Before I checked in for my procedure, we went and visited Kristin, since she was there recovering still. She was in the process of relearning everything and hadn\'t started speaking but was communicating pretty well with sign language. I remember when we were leaving I started shaking because I knew where I was headed next. As we said good-bye she held up her hands to say I LOVE YOU in sign language, and it immediately calmed me down and brought me peace. So many years later as an adult I was having the worst day and randomly decided to go to Hobby Lobby in Layton to get my mind off the realities of my life at that time. I went to checkout and my cashier was KRISTIN. I had no idea she worked there and she had no idea what I was going through but somehow knew exactly what I needed to hear. Her hug and smile and light once again immediately calmed me and brought me so much joy, comfort, peace and perspective. She did the same thing for me this very last time I visited her just last month. Considering the circumstances, I should have been doing that for her, but you just can\'t match her light and joy. She is such a special person and I feel so honored that I got to have her in my life. I will love her always. All my love to the Greenhalgh family!!!
Posted by Amanda Eisenbarth Cosper on May 10, 2022
I am so grateful that I got to know Kristen when we were in the Social Work program together at Utah State University. Kristen was absolutely amazing! I remember our talks, our walks around campus, our complaints about homework and classes, us confiding in each other different things we were going through. Kristen was always someone I could talk to and I loved to be there to listen for anything she needed as well. Kristen was always so strong in my mind. She was determined and I loved her serious face when she really wanted to say something but she said it with seriousness and a scrunched up nose and a smile in her eyes. She is a friend I will always treasure and I'm grateful for her will power to do such difficult things throughout her life and to do it with honesty, strength, and positivity. You will be missed!
Posted by Traci Wood on May 10, 2022
Kristin Greenhalgh was not only fearless but she was kind! I remember growing up in Bountiful with Kristin. She was the younger sister to my friend Rebecca and I remember her being a light and lots of fun. Her accident was so serious and yet she fought so hard. I remember going to the hospital to visit with her during her recovery, and she had to wear this huge contraption to keep her head and neck in place so it could heal. I remember thinking how tough that had to be but Kristin had a fierce sense of humor and determined spirit and she didn't let it stop her. She was and is an inspiration to me personally. Over the years I have not seen Kristin except for on facebook but I loved to see her smile in pictures she would post. My deepest sympathy to her family and my deepest appreciation to have known her. Much Love Greenhalgh family!
Posted by Kyndel Marcroft on May 9, 2022
I got to know Kristen while she worked at Barton Creek. To me she was the perfect example of what a Christ-like women should be. I loved hearing her bear her testimony and when she told the story of her life. I am so glad that she is now out of pain and happy. I love her, and only reading her obituary do I realize that I went to school with her father. Small world. Be happy Kristen thank you for making me a better person by trying to be like you. Alby Jackson
Posted by Alby Jackson on May 9, 2022