Jace William Graft
12/26/2020

Jace William Graft age 26 years old, of Ivins Utah, passed away at his home December 26, 2020.  Jace…now and forever spends his adventures in the Heavens, painting sunsets and lightning flashes, jamming all types of tunes with the angels, orchestrating a few pranks, and riding free.  Jace was loved and cherished by all. To know him was to love him and be loved by him. Jace… a superhero Dad, loving husband, a perfect son, a brother who was always there, the Uncle full of adventures and best friend to anyone he knew. There was never a time he wasn’t willing to give all of himself to those he knew, (as well as strangers) to help them or bring a smile to them. Humble, playful, creative, and strong in the truest forms. We already miss his hugs, laughter, smile, epic rap songs, dance moves, athletic ability, beautiful photographs, and his presence. Knowing Jace, we know he’s still close by, continuing to care for and love those who need it. Jace leaves behind a posterity of two beautiful children, Cozette Louise Graft and Cohen William Graft. Cozi and Cohen have the support team of all those that love Jace. Maddy was loved deeply by Jace and cherished the family they built together. Maddy and family promise to constantly remind Cozi and Cohen how much Jace loves them. He was the most patient, kind and loving Daddy. Cozi is looking forward to Christmas in Heaven with her Daddy, when the time comes.

Jace was born on April 6th,1994 in St George Utah to Pamela Condie Graft and Jay Frederick Graft, who resided at the time in Cedar City Utah. Jace married Madison Sersansie April 22, 2017 in Pine Valley, Ut. They had two children together; Cozette Louise Graft and Cohen William Graft.

Jace was born the last of 6 children. Each of his siblings made a great impact on him throughout his life. The family moved from Cedar to Santa Clara Utah when he was one year old.  Jace briefly lived in Tremonton and Garland Utah, before moving back to Santa Clara and then Ivins Utah.  He graduated from Snow Canyon High School(SCHS), where he enjoyed most subjects, especially the sciences. Medical terms rolled off his tongue as if that was his first language. Jace played football for many years within SCHS’s programs starting as young as 11 and finished in his senior year as a free safety and receiver. Jace also competed with the track and field team, including competing at the state level in long jump, high jump and Javelin. Jace was called to the Jamaica Mission for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day-Saints. He was impressed by the people he met there in their humble circumstances with such great faith and service. He continued his education by taking classes at Dixie State College in St George Ut and desired to work in the medical field. Jace was employed in the automotive industry as a manager to support his family while he attended college.

Jace is survived by his children, Cozette Louise Graft and Cohen William Graft, who reside in St. George Ut with their mom, Maddy Sersansie; his parents, Jay and Pamela Graft of Ivins, Ut.; his sisters, Kari Graft Finley(Bryan) of Santa Clara Ut, Sara Graft Grover (Cody) of Tremonton Ut, Amie Graft of St George Ut; his brothers, Tyrel Dustin Graft (Carianne Somerville) of Mesa Az and Clayton James Graft (Bryanna Benson) of Roy Ut; nieces and nephews: Kamree, Brylee and AJ Finley, Cristian, Jaxon and Korali Grover, Brielle, Audrey, Evelyn, and Felicity Graft, who each adore him relentlessly, as he did them. Jace is also survived by his  Grandma ‘Jeri’ (Valda Geraldine) Harris Condie and Grandpa George William Graft.

Jace’s Life Celebration services will be held Saturday, January 2, 2021 at the Ivins 200 East Chapel, with a viewing from 9-10:30 and Life Celebration beginning at 11:00. Interment will follow, taking place in the Ivins Cemetery.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to a family Trust account or Venmo account. The Jace Graft Posterity Fund is set up with Go Fund Me under Cozi and Cohen Graft’s Future, and Venmo account is @JGraftkids. All donations will go toward funeral expenses and his children’s future.

Arrangements are made under the direction of Spilsbury Mortuary, 110 S Bluff St, St. George, Utah. Friends and family are invited to sign his online guestbook at www.spilsburymortuary.com

 

Services

Visitation

9:00 – 10:30 a.m.
01/02/2021

Second Visitation

Services

11:00 a.m.
01/02/2021

Address

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (Ivins 9th Ward)
200 E 1060 S., Ivins, Utah

Cemetery

01/02/2021
Ivins City Cemetery
200 W 400 N, Ivins, UT 84738

Guest Book

10 Responses

  1. I am so sorry for your loss. Thinking about you all. Your family are in my thoughts and prayers. Sending hugs from Texas. Love you!

  2. Jay & Pam and family….we are so sorry for your loss and ours too. We so loved visiting with Jace when we would see him. He was and will remain a bright spot in our lives. May you find peace and comfort through this tough time. Sending our love to all of you.

  3. Jay, Pam, and Children:

    We are heartbroken for the loss of your sweet Jace. We love you and pray that the Comforter might be with you. We truly love all of your children and know of your total devotion to them. We admire you for your closeness and your loving family ways. May God bless you this very moment and forever with the greatest of memories and the power to instill them in your grandchildren’s hearts. We love you.

  4. We are saddened that Jace’s life was ended too early. He was a great man who had so much to offer. May God grant you peace and comfort.

  5. Jay, Pam, and family,

    Our prayers are with you and your family in this time of need.

    William , Jan, Hannah, Thomas, and Elisabeth Veltkamp

  6. Pam, Jay and Family,
    My heart weeps at your loss, but I hope you will each be comforted today and always in your memories of Jace and the knowledge that families are designed to be eternal. May God bless you. Love you.

  7. Dearest Pam and family, I’m so sad to hear of your loss and heartbreak. My prayers and loving thoughts are with you.
    Kelly Anderson McDonald

  8. Graff family,
    what a beautiful way to honor ave remember Jace. We are so sorry for your loss. You are all in our prayers.
    Love, the Tufuga family

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

Translate »