Christian Alexzander Sherrow August 10, 1995 ~ August 10, 2023

Christian Alexzander Sherrow of Worcester, Massachusetts, tragically passed away in a car accident on August 10, 2023. He was born 28 years earlier on August 10 1995 in Ogden, UT, but spent his formative years in Blanding. He was the seventh of thirteen children loved and raised by Jay Eldon and Shauna Lee Rigby Sherrow.
 Christian is preceded in death by his father, Jay Eldon Sherrow. He is survived by his loving mother Shauna Lee Sherrow, partner Jesse Johnson, and twelve siblings. Samuel Sherrow (Mindy) of Santaquin, Gonzalo Sherrow of Roy, Xiomara Davalos (Robert) of Salt Lake City, Crystal Sherrow of Pueblo, Colorado, Rachel Sherrow of Lajunta, Colorado, Jayson Sherrow (Kimberly) of Salt Lake City, Chante Lee (Justin) of Blanding, Jennifer Pilling (Matt) of Sunset, Dominique Bowring (Bobby) of Blanding, James Sherrow of Payette, Idaho, Shadin Sherrow of Lindon, Tyson Sherrow of Orem, with seventeen nieces and nephews, and loved by many friends.
 Christian was proud of being truly hundred percent authentic to himself and to those he held in his circle. He was not afraid to tell you how it is, even if it may not be what you want to hear. He balanced it out by having one of the largest hearts, once he let you see it, he would never stop loving you, supporting you, or helping you when needed. This attribute applied not only to humans, but every living thing, big or small, furry or slimy, four legs or four pedals, his heart held no boundaries. 
Christian also had an unrelenting push to learn anything and everything he could, especially when it came to his creativity, healing, and homeopathic skills, which made him that much more of a light in this world. His brand and motto, which he worked tirelessly to bring to light each day was and is “Die Real”. Be true to yourself, live life the way you want, and ensure your life is a light to others. He, better than most, exemplified that notion. His smile and glimmer in his eyes were evidence enough. The world, his family and friends, and all who loved him have lost a bright light.
A private celebration of Christian’s life will be held Friday, August 25 at the San Juan Mortuary, 370 S. Main St. Blanding, Utah from 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m., followed by a public graveside service at the Blanding City Cemetery, 450 N. US 191, Blanding. We invite all to meet at the cemetery to celebrate his life.

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