Alex Lynn Soderborg

Salt Lake City, Utah


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Alex Lynn Soderborg 9/15/1983 ~ 7/9/2008 Beloved son and brother, passed away in an auto accident late Wednesday, while riding his motorcycle.Served an LDS Mission to Mexico, Guadalajara from April 2003 to April 2005. He returned with Honor. Alex loved being of service to others. He will...

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To the Soderborg family: I came to know Alex and his twin, Brian over the past several years as photographers for my boys' sports. I expected to see them a week ago and joke around with them as usual. They reminded me of my younger brother in his younger days. I asked a lady, "Hey, where's the guys?" She said, "What guys?" I said, "You know the twins!" She then told me about the tragic accident and I was both shocked and extremely saddened.

Pat and I met Alex and the family at Britt and Cody's Wedding. That was a beautiful day. Alex had a beautiful reunion with family that pased before him the day he left this life.Alex seemed happy and go lucky but quieter than his twin Brian.

I had a spiritual experience once before the death of my ex 2nd husband. I saw him when I was walking with Saria and her brother Evan and I said hi as he passed us, but when he ignored us I yelled after him you idot or something like that....

I'm sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with the family.

I just recently got to know Alex over the phone while working with him through spectrum. He loved to talk about his niece and how he loved to tease his sister about letting her touch the dirt and driving his sister crazy. He had quite the sense of humor and was a pleasure to work with. We are very sorry for your loss and will keep you in our prayers.

Lee and Karen:

Our family was devastated to hear about Alex. Your family has always been a wonderful example of love and unity. Know that we, like so many others, love you and our prayers are with you.

Alex was a wonderful person, im so happy i got to work with him alot. i no longer work there, i just recently quit but the last time i worked there at sugarhouse park i with alex and we played soccer and he was a lot of fun to be around. i lost a sister when i was 12yrs old and she was 15 we were almost like twins also. so i know things are very hard and they will be for a long time but things will eventually get a little easier. i promise. but just never forget alex or his hansome smile.

Karen, Lee and family,
My heart is broke as I feel your sorrow at the loss of Alex. He was always a joy to be around. When I needed help to move your family was right there.
Our knowledge of the gospel plan helps us to understand where he is and his great mission.
My prayers are with you and Mailinda and Clayton and I send our love and sympathy, too.
Alana Lewis, Malinda Edging, and Clayton and Melisa Mackey

I am so sorry for your loss. Alex was a wonderful person. He always made me smile. He made everyone laugh. He was always supportive and encouraging. I pray for your family to have peace and comfort during this trial. I love your family and I am grateful for your friendship.

We are so sorry for your loss and you are in our prayers and thoughts. May God grant you the strength and peace to deal with your loss and heal your saddened hearts.