Michael Anthony Page passed away on 7 Sep 2014 in Fort Collins, Colorado at the age of 27. He was working for two great companies, K Force and HP, at the time.\n\nHe was born on 13 June 1987 in Carmichael, California to Marvin and Gay Page. In his short life he had lived in many places and experienced much. Most of his life he lived in Utah or California, with a few short years in Colorado and Ohio.\n\nHe is survived by his parents Marvin and Gay Page, his 3 brothers, Andrew, Ben and Levi, his sister-in-laws, Sarah and Amber, 6 nieces, Kennedy, Mia, Kori, Brinleigh, Elisabeth and Emily and a large extended family and many good friends. He was preceded by a niece, Brooklin and some extended family.\n\nDuring his life he was always a fun loving, loving, giving person. He gave lots and usually took little. He had friends that had helped him in times of trouble and he helped them in their times of trouble. His humor was a little different but was something that always made us laugh. He was a loving and caring person who had difficulty displaying and communicating his feelings except through the things he did for others. He had integrity in all he did and was.\n\nThere will be a viewing Thursday night at Legacy Funeral Home, 3595 N. Main Street, Spanish Fork, Utah, between 6 and 8 pm. His graveside service will be held at the Salem Cemetery in Salem, Utah on Friday at 11 am.\n\nWe can not begin to mention all of you who have helped us through these last few week. I wish to give a special thanks, though, to Vessey Funeral Home, Legacy Funeral Home, K Force, HP and all those who knew and worked with Michael. If you have any photos or experiences you had with him that you would share with us it would greatly appreciate it.\n\nMarvin and Gay Page and Family.