Sabrina Day (1995 - 2017)

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Sabrina Day, 22, of American Fork, Utah, died on April 7, 2017. Born on Feb. 10, 1995, in Anchorage, Alaska, she was the daughter of Keith Day and Melodie Day.
Sabrina graduated from Benny Benson Secondary School, in Anchorage in 2014, and later moved to Utah. In 2013, a trip to New Zealand to visit family members definitely served as a life-experience highlight.
Throughout her life, Sabrina blessed those who loved and knew her with a goofy and plentiful sense of humor, a caring demeanor, a delightful spirit and a strong will. Her personality could best be described as loving and lively. She cared deeply for her family members, her friends and her pets, and when someone was in need, she easily took on the role of attentive and generous helper. For her years, Sabrina possessed a mature ability to accept people for who they are, and to quickly forgive people due to her keen understanding that no one is perfect and that everyone makes mistakes. She was smart, deep, fun and funny, and she was also an amazing cook with a knack for being a "cupcakes extraordinaire." Ultimately, Sabrina's greatest wish was for everyone to find true happiness while accomplishing their life goals. Her motto was "Forever Young," and for sure, she was a remarkable example of maintaining a balance between empathic wisdom and light-hearted youthfulness.
Sabrina is preceded in death by her paternal grandfather, Jerry Day; and her maternal grandmother, Patricia Johns.
She is survived by her father, Keith Day; mother, Melodie Day; sister, Ali Davis; brothers, Jordan and Matt Day; nephew, Zavior; and nieces, Nova, Azaria and Rylie.
Published in Anchorage Daily News from Sept. 24 to Sept. 25, 2017