A couple from Utah was killed in a car crash while vacationing in Hawaii Police and family members claim. The couple left behind four children and an “gigantic, gaping hole” in the world. Rebecca van Uitert and Jason Howell who are both 44, were in the collision of three vehicles on January. 30 while on vacation. The Toyota drove across the roadway’s boundary line and crashed into the couple’s jeep face-to-face, Hawaii police said in an announcement. Another vehicle then collided with the stopped Toyota. The driver of the Toyota also passed away. Police believe “inattention and speed” were causes of the accident. The children of the couple were staying with parents at home in Utah during the crash. The family described Heber City’s Heber City family as amazing and loving parents who had an “sphere of influence that was so large” and determined to transform the world.
One of my close friends claimed that van Uitert, who was an attorney represented an “amazing example.”
“She proved to me that you can be a loving mother, excel in your career, and subtly and loudly fight the evil in this world all at the same time,” Tiffany Ball posted on Facebook. Van Uitert’s LinkedIn page, she was a professional with more than a decade’s working in the field of immigration law prior to becoming a partner in the law firm located in Salt Lake City dedicated to aiding people “navigate the immigration landscape.”
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The couple’s partner Jason Howell was a family doctor located in Heber, Utah, and went to Loyola University in Chicago. Van Uitert’s Brigham-Young Law School dean wrote an obituary for her and Jason Howell. “I know many of you will feel, as I do, an almost incomprehensible sense of loss that people who were such a big part of our lives and who were doing so much good in the world could be taken so young,” Dean Gordon Smith wrote