Floyd “Beef Cake” Michael Vincent Jaramillo was born on July 30, 1986 in Salt Lake City, UT. He entered heaven’s gates on July 15, 2018.
Floyd grew up hunting, fishing and learning important morals and values from his parents.
Floyd lived in San Juan County most all his life except one summer that he lived in Alaska with his uncle, Rocky Oliver, and when he moved with the oil rigs.
Floyd began working at a very young age and adapted many trades over the years. Floyd had a passion for driving truck and motorcycles ever since he was a young boy. He dreamed of owning his very own flashy big rig someday and a Harley Davidson.
Floyd did a number of different jobs throughout his life, including working on oil rigs, work over rigs, mechanic, and many more. However, he always found his way back to driving a truck; it was what he enjoyed and kept him happy.
Floyd loved his family and friends and enjoyed spending time with them all. He enjoyed having a good time; he was the life of every party and enjoyed getting people to laugh at him or with him.
Floyd had two boys, Wyatt Jaramillo and Harley Jaramillo, with his first wife, and they were his world. They gave Floyd a new purpose in life.
He married the love of his life, Sydney Marie Hurst Jaramillo, on October 23, 2015. Floyd and the boys were happy to have such a wonderful women come into their lives that gave them all a completed happiness.
Floyd is preceded by his father, Michael Jaramillo, and his grandfathers Thomas Jaramillo and Erwin Oliver.
Floyd is survived by his loving wife, Sydney Marie Hurst Jaramillo; his two sons, Wyatt Jaramillo and Harley Jaramillo; his mother, Tamy Jaramillo; his sisters and brothers-in-law, Skie and Paul Langston and Morgan and Landon Palmer; and many uncles, aunts, and friends.
Funeral services were held on July 23, 2018 at the San Juan Mortuary for close family and friends. A small graveside service was held after the funeral services.
A celebration of Floyd’s life was also held on July 30, 2018 with his close family and friends at the cemetery, where balloons were let go in his celebration of his life.
Card of thanks
The family wishes to thank the First, Sixth, Second, and Seventh wards for all that was done during this difficult time for the family. We greatly appreciate it.
We also want to thank everyone that made donations to the family for funeral and financial expenses.