I am so very sorry to say that the Light carried Jessica Therese Marquez to her Heavenly home on May 19, 2022. Born in Ft. Riley, Kansas, to Myriam Therese Marquez and Frank E. Davis on September 10, 1967. Jessica grew up in Aberdeen, Maryland, eventually residing and spending most of her adult years near Salt Lake City, Utah. She is survived by her two children, Providencia Angelica Moreno and Victor Anthony Marquez, whom she loved so very dearly and meant the world to her. Jessica was a beautiful woman who gained attention everywhere she went. She was short in height, and quite the firecracker, life of the party. She was able to balance her graceful femininity and her adventurous “tomboy” side so well. She could be found hollering and cheering while watching NASCAR or attending the demolition derby. Jessica loved hiking and the outdoors in her early days, favorites being anywhere near the Chesapeake Bay or Southern Utah. She was a romantic at heart, with the daintiest handwriting you’ve ever seen. Her closet always full of long floral and lace dresses, paired with pearls around her neck and her favorite perfume, Paloma Picasso. Jessica faced many hurdles at a young age and fought a big fight, yet she always chased love and light. Surrounding herself with spiritual anchors, a lover of astrology, angels, crystals, and Jesus Christ. She battled with addiction most of her life, eventually passing from an accidental overdose. Jessica always had so much positivity and hope for the future, and was so fun to be around, whether you were dancing or crying together. She would do anything for her friends or to protect her children. She loved and felt deeply. She is also survived by her two grandchildren, Forest and Autumn Moreno. Her mother Myriam Marquez, two sisters Gina Beaudette and Melanie Langley. Her previous long-time partners, Paul Robinson, Robert Ortega, and Justin Barney. Our guardian angel in Heaven is now watching over her family, accompanied by her beloved grandmother, Providencia Zeigler, and her sister, Amy Caudill, along with her other ancestors. She is loved dearly. Published by SereniCare Funeral Services – South Salt Lake on Nov. 9, 2022.