Ben Kerbs Obituary, South Jordan UT, Man Died In Drowning Accident

Ben Kerbs Obituary, Death – It is with deep sorrow and heavy hearts that we announce the passing of Ben Kerbs, a beloved resident of South Jordan, UT. Ben’s tragic drowning death has left us with an irreparable loss. He was loved by all who knew him as a beloved son, brother, uncle, and friend who always had time to lend a helping hand and share in new experiences. Ben was a remarkable person who loved without condition and changed the lives of those he met.

His influence was immense, and the memories he gave us will remain with us always. Ben has spent the last five years cultivating deep bonds with his family, especially his nieces and nephews. Everything he did, from taking the kids on amazing trips to telling them stories from his own childhood, was done out of the goodness of his heart. Ben’s nieces and nephews loved him dearly because he was their uncle. His spontaneous sundae parties and other acts of kindness left his family with treasured memories for years to come.

His incomparable kindness and genuine concern for all of his nieces, nephews, and cousins made him a beloved uncle. Ben’s zest for life encompassed his favorite sport, pickleball. His infectious energy and positive reinforcement pushed his teammates to improve to new heights. His presence at Ben’s Palace, the pickleball haven he established, brought delight and camaraderie to his many fans. Ben’s impact extended beyond the basketball court because he helped guide and encourage others on their own paths to personal development.

Our deepest sympathies are with Ben’s wife, Annette Knibbe Kerbs, as she goes through this trying time. Your strong and loving relationship with Ben is an inspiration to others. We remember Ben with sadness, but we also rejoice in the wonderful life he led and the love he shared with the world. His brave heart and gentle soul should rest in peace forever. Ben, you will be dearly missed, but your memory will forever live on in the hearts of those who were fortunate enough to know you.