Jacob Alma Huppi was born July 1st, 1998 in Logan, Utah. He is the son of Hal David and Julie Carlson Huppi and is well loved by his parents and 5 older siblings, their spouses, and11 nieces and nephews.
For the first 2 years of his life he lived in northwest Logan. At the age of 2, Jacob’s family moved to the Lundstrom Park area and he loved growing up there. As a young toddler, he had a great fascination for the canal that ran nearby and would sneak off to explore there any time his parents’ backs were turned. He loved sledding at the park in the winter and playing tag in the summer. He spent many happy hours at the neighbor’s home next door playing with them and their dog Toby.
In elementary and middle school he loved building with Legos and created many of his own creations with friends. He started playing the violin in 3rd grade and continued throughout all of his school years, building some cherished friendships in orchestra. He played his violin for church meetings many times and also played in the orchestra pit for the high school musicals. He also enjoyed singing in Crimson Colony, the All-State choir, and participated in school plays. Jake was a great babysitter and favorite uncle. He spent many hours caring for his nieces and nephews.
He loved adventures, camping trips, listening to comedians and podcasts, watching scary movies, and going to comedy shows with his siblings and in-laws. He was a great connoisseur of movie quotes and knew how to perfectly land a quote for any situation. He worked many jobs including mowing lawns, construction, inventory and forklift driving for warehouses, and taught elementary orchestra and private violin lessons.
After high school he enjoyed living with friends throughout Utah. He lived in Midvale at the time of his death.
Jacob was preceded in death by his grandparents, Alma and Evelyn Huppi, and Thad August Carlson. He is survived by his grandmother Carroll Plowman Carlson and his parents and siblings: Laura (Kyle) Hirschi, David (Jaci) Huppi, Samuel (Caitlin) Huppi, Sarah (Brandon) Campbell, Becca Huppi, and 11 nieces and nephews.
Funeral services will be held on Monday, May 15th, at 11am at Allen-Hall Mortuary (34 E. Center Street). The funeral will be live streamed at
. There will be a viewing for family and friends from 9:30-10:30am prior to the service. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Christmas Box House International (