Our beloved Cellina tragically lost her battle with drug addiction. We will forever miss that little girl with the deep voice.
Cellina Anne Curnutt was born September 3, 1997 and died May 10, 2018. In her short life she lived in Idaho, Alaska and California, finally settling in the Kamas Valley. She attended South Summit Middle school and High school. She played the flute, violin and sang with the Tapestry Choir, she had a beautiful singing voice. She was a little girl with a big attitude, a great laugh, and with an amazing personality. Cellina loved her sister, her brothers, her dogs, all things animal and being a tomboy and was the maker of the world’s greatest shepard's pie. She had the biggest heart and was always willing to help anyone.
Survived by parents Nick and Jade, sister Tatum, brothers lan, Cory and Connor, Parents Beatrice and Gregory Butcher, Grandparents Jan Curnutt, Shay Cornett, Dorothy Sullivan, Rosemary Hill and Craig Curnutt. Also, dozens of cousins, aunts and uncles. Preceded in death by her much loved grandfather John Sullivan. She will be buried next to him in the Francis, Utah cemetery.
Funeral Services will be held Tuesday, May 15th at 1:00 pm in the Francis Ward, 387 West Last Frontier Lane, Francis, Utah. Friends may come from 11:00am to 12:45pm prior to the services.