Glad to see that everything is OK and you are on the ground to be sure of it.
There are several ways that a record can get messed up like this, and since I don't know/have access to the working database, I am not sure how this one happened. There does seem to be some kind of glitch when someone has their phone set on a certain GPS and then tries to create a cemetery in another location.
In any case, I carefully looked at the location of the pins for the two graves you showed and several others in that "Aaron's cemetery" and came to the conclusion that they were all properly sited in the Wasatch Memorial Park. I then went to the Clearfield area and found that there was no "aaron's cemetery" there. And, there was no entry for Wasatch in the cemetery search, although there are thousands of records in it. So, the simple final solution was to change the name in the cemetery description.
As a beginner, I would have had no idea how to "fix" this, and only figured out how to do this kind of glitch analysis after several years and many record corrections, and I confess I really enjoy the detective work to solve one like yours.
One point I want to make sure everyone understands, is that we should not arbitrarily chance the names of Cemeteries without really good evidence and analysis.