Peyton Juarbe's Obituary In loving memory of Peyton Faye Juarbe, born January 16th, 2014 and earned her angel wings on June 12th, 2020.
Peyton Juarbe was a sweet soul who was called home to heaven very early in her life. She was a cheerful and happy 6 year old that was full of joy and life. She loved cartoons. Her favorites being Peppa Pig, Paw Patrol, Ryans Mystery Playdate and many more.
She hated water, but loved her a vanilla milkshake. She loved going to the beach, playing hide and seek, and she would get so excited when the song "Holy" by Florida Georgia Line was playing.
Peyton faithfully loved all of her family. She was someone who had a loving and warm soul. Peyton was truly special to this world and one in a million. Her family and friends will miss her more than words can say.
Peyton's memory will always be cherished by her mother Kelsey Owens, her father Aaron Juarbe, her sisters' Skylar Juarbe and Alysha Marie, her Grandmothers' Shannon Beamon and Pamela Pomeroy, her Grandfathers' William, Timmy, and Johnny, her Uncles' John, Zachary, Dylan, Tyler, and Travis Bayne, her Aunts' Tina Juarbe, Marina Moon, Makayla, Taylor and Stephanie, her Cousins Chase Juarbe, Luna, Lillian and several other family members.
Dear God, Please Take Care Of My Little Girl
Dear God, please take care of my little girl, The one with big eyes and soft brown hair. She was special, as you should know. I really didn't want to let her go. She touched the hearts of everyone she knew. Letting her go was so hard to do. Her smile could brighten up the darkest room. I wish you didn't have to take her so soon. Could you sit and rock her and read her a story? She's probably afraid; please tell her don't worry. Tell her mommy loves her and wishes she could be here, But it won't be for many more years. She loves to sing all kinds of songs. Please tell her that she did no wrong. Would you comfort her and hold her in your arms tight? And tell her she is missed every day and night. Please tell her she is loved so very dear. I'll say it every day for her to hear. Her short life on earth is now completed For lessons I'm sure you felt I needed. Tell her I promise to see her again someday. When that will be, I really can't say. I promise to make up for the time that's passed, To hold her and comfort her in my arms at last.