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Here are the known 91 deceased classmates. Our thoughts and prayers go out to their loved ones and friends.
Ronald L. (Ron) Anderson, beloved husband, son, father and grandfather passed away on January ￼30, 2009 in Regina, New Mexico.Ron was born in Logan, Utah and lived in Salt Lake City until 1993 when he and his wife Linda moved to rural New Mexico. He worked for Mountain Bell and USWest until he retired in 1989.
Ron is survived by wife Linda, her sons and their families; parents Clyde and Wanda Anderson; brother Myron (wife Joyce) of St. George, Utah; sister Maxine Yagues (husband Jay) of Salt Lake City; brother Gordon (wife Marlene) of California; sister Debbie DelaMare (husband Phil) of Salt Lake City; daughter Paula Williams (husband John) of Tooele; son Kevin of Redmond, WA; 12 grandchildren and one great-grandchild. Ron will be greatly missed by all who knew and loved him. No services will be held but a memorial donation to the charity of your choice would be appreciated. Burial: Cremated, Ashes given to family or friend.
David Baker, age 53, died peacefully surrounded by his family early Saturday morning July 19, 1997 at St. Marks Hospital from complications from open heart surgery. David was born Christmas day 1943 to Ruth Carter and Melvin P. Baker in Salt Lake City, Utah. Married Lynda Angell November 29, 1968. Graduated from Granite High School and attended the U of U, and was a member of the Air Force Reserves. David worked for Equifax for 26 years and Pony Express for the last year and a half. We want to thank all of his friends and nurses for all their support during all of his many health problems. Survived by his loving wife Lynda, mother and his three daughters, who were his pride and joy. Janette Bell (Nick), Jennifer, and Janine. David also leaves behind his own basketball team in four and a half grandsons. Brad, Alex, Eric, Mark and a new one on the way. Also a brother, Paul Baker and a sister Joanne Espenoza. Preceded in death by his father, Melvin Baker. David, we will greatly miss you, but know you are no longer suffering and that you have returned home. Funeral services will be held Tuesday July 22, 1 p.m. at Memorial Estates at 5850 South 900 East in Murray. Friends may call Monday July 21 from 6 to 8 p.m. and one hour prior to the funeral. Interment at Wasatch Lawn Cemetery. We love you Dad!
Verna Larry McClintick Ma Mrs. Carpet Fixer, Our loving wife, mother and grandmother passed in her sleep on July 24, 2013. She was born on November 19, 1943 in Salt Lake City, UT to Alma Clayton and Vernon Mathew Beckstead. She attended Granite High and Weber State University. On May 6, 1966, Verna married Keith P. McClintick in Ely, Nevada. Together, they opened a Kentucky Fried Chicken in San Francisco and were the Original Mom and Pop owners. Verna was an ER Nurse for 35 years for IHC and spent 30 years working side by side with her husband in the family business Carpet Fixer. She enjoyed working and never had a job she didn't like. She loved boating on the lake and traveling in her motor home where most destinations offered gambling. We hope there are slot machines in Heaven! She was a huge advocate of common sense and wisdom. She thought she could save the world, offered help to everyone, and was successful in helping so many. Verna was extremely loving, caring and giving and is loved in return by many. She is survived by her husband; children Raymond Villiard (Lori VonWald), Troy (Bea) Villiard, Tawny Lee Lloyd (Kelly Gordon), Tristina (Scott Wilcox) Villiard; 18 grandchildren; 5 great-grandchildren; brother Raymond (Evelyn) Beckstead; many nieces and nephews; daughter-in-laws Bobbee Luke, Catie Scorzato; and son-in-laws Douglas R. Lloyd, John W. Zoble, and Greg Laird. Preceded in death by her parents; brother Gary Beckstead; sister Sue Ann Draper, Geraldine Beckstead; beloved grandson Christian Parish Villiard; son-in-law Todd Champion.Friends are invited to Celebrate Verna's Life on Tuesday, July 30th from 6:00 until 8:00PM at Starks Funeral Parlor, 3651 South 900 East, Salt Lake City, UT. Online condolences may be offered to the family at www.starksfuneral.com
LuDawn Bennett Thomas Grandma Dawn Passed away surrounded by her loving family, July 6th, 2011. She suffered a long battle with liver failure and is finally at peace. Born March 14th, 1944 to George and Fahn Bennett. Married Melvin Nelson, later divorced. Married John B. Thomas, later divorced. Survived by, one brother and three sisters. Daughters Melanie (Tab) Bryan, Michele Holmes and Jennie Reed. Grandkids, Brandi, Courtney, Emilie, Tayler, Breezy, Autumn and Hunter. A viewing will be held Sunday, July 10th from 6-7:30 p.m. at the Woods Cross LDS Church, 2064 So. 800 W., Woods Cross. Funeral services Monday July 11th at 1:00 p.m. Viewing one hour prior at the church. Special thanks to Rocky Mountain Care and Hospice for the love, support and wonderful care they provided. She will forever be missed. In lieu of flowers, donations are being taken at Wells Fargo Bank to help the family with memorial services in the name of LuDawn Thomas. Directors Independent Funeral Service
Laura Jean Osborne 1944 ~ 2008 Laura Jean Osborne, age 63, passed away January 1, 2008 in Salt Lake City, Utah.Laura was born on January 30, 1944 in Murray, Utah to John Davis Benton and Marjorie Johns. She loved gardening, animals, nature and cooking. Laura enjoyed Wendover and gambling, as well as board games and was very competitive. She also loved to travel. Survived by: her four children, Pam Griess, Jacqueline Clark, Wendy Clark and Wesley Douglass; 10 grandchildren; brothers, Wayne Benton, Lawrence Benton, and Glen Benton. She was preceded in death by: her parents; and her husband, Jack Clark. A viewing will be held for family and friends, Mon., January 7, 2008 from 5-7 p.m. at Memorial Mortuary, 5850 S. 900 E. Murray, Utah. Condolences may be made at www.celebratinglife-ut.com Arrangements made through Memorial Mortuary
Troy Lowell Bingham, age 46, died November 4, 1990 in Salt Lake City, Utah. Born October 27, 1944 in Roosevelt, Utah, a son of Acel and Ruth Mae Wedig Bingham. Married Sandra Ellsworth, later divorced. Married Leisa Mueller, later divorced. He was a happy man, known for his robust laugh. Was known as the biggest tease. Loved sports, skiing and weight training. Survived by one daughter, Sheri Lynn; three sons, Travis, Redge and Rick; two brothers, Barry and Michael; one sister, Mrs. Robert (Tamra) Morgan; two grandchildren; many special friends. Preceded in death by grandson, Nicholas. Graveside services will be held Wednesday, 2 p.m., at the Bluffdale City Cemetery. Funeral Directors: McDougal Funeral Home.
Deanna Jean Boswell Eaker passed away peacefully at home on April 16, 2012, at the age of 69. She was born March 22, 1944, in Provo, Utah, to parents Calvin Roy Boswell and Coral Curtis Boswell. She was the second of four siblings; older brother Stephen R. Boswell of Pocatello, Idaho, and younger brothers David Boswell of Babenhausen, Germany, and Gary Boswell of Park City, Utah.
She attended Highland High School for three years and then graduated from Granite High School in 1962. She married Alan Eaker and together they had a daughter, Jeri Lyn. In 1970 they moved to Alaska and raised their family there. In 1994 Deanna moved to Kooskia, Idaho, and spent a year with her daughter, and then returned to Orem, Utah, to care for her parents until their passing.
Deanna was a very talented quilter. She owned her own business, Forget-Me-Not Quilts, where she finished quilts with her long-arm quilt machine. She created hundreds of beautiful quilts of her own as well as finishing quilts for others. She was also an excellent gardener in Alaska growing large beautiful vegetables and berries for her family to enjoy. She was a member of the Valley Quilt Guild in Alaska and the Utah Valley Quilt Guild. She was a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, most recently attending the Sharon Sixth Ward.
Deanna is survived by her daughter, Jeri L. Breshears, of Wasilla, Alaska, and five granddaughters: Mikalyn Rousculp of Alpine, Utah; Justine Frost of Rexburg, Idaho; Cheyenne Breshears of Wasilla, Alaska; Kaylee Chappel of Wasilla, Alaska; and Delaney Breshears of Wasilla, Alaska.
There will be a viewing at the Walker Sanderson Mortuary, 646 E. 800 N., Orem, Utah, on Sunday, April 22, 2012, from 6-8 pm. There will be another viewing Monday, April 23, 2012, from 9:30-10:30 am at the Sharon Stake Center, 545 S. 800 E., Orem, Utah, with Funeral Services to follow at 11:00am. Interment will follow at 3:00pm at Wasatch Lawn Cemetery, 3401 Highland Dr., Salt Lake City, Utah, 84106.
Merlin WayneBowman 1944 ~ 2010 MerlinWayneBowmanpassed away on Tuesday, August 10, 2010, after a courageous battle with pancreatic cancer. He was born on February 21, 1944 in Pocatello, Idaho to Merlin Frank and Ora May Bowman. He later moved to Salt Lake City and graduated from Granite High School in 1962. Wayne was the father of a beautiful daughter, Paige and in 1977 he married Vickey Morrison and together they raised Paige and Vickey's daughter, Devin. Wayne, affectionately known as "Bow" or "Bowman", was an active horse enthusiast. He spent endless nights and weekends at South Jordan Race Track, where he was always seen caring for and raising the next "great" race horse for Chariot or Flat Track racing. Wayne's love of horses and friends didn't stop there. He always had a trusty "steed" to roam the mountain trails. Many a tall tale was spun around those camp fires. He's gone ahead to blaze the trail with his old pal, Tom James. Good times lay ahead and many more tales to tell. Wayne was known for his honesty and integrity. Wayne is preceded in death by his father, Merlin Frank Bowman. He is survived by his mother, Ora May McNeal, sister, Jan Anderson, sister, Julia Pehrson, his darling "bride" and companion, Vickey, daughters, Paige (Randy Adams), Devin (Robert Miller) and many friends who will miss his crazy sense of humor. Services in Wayne's honor, will be held at Mountain View Memorial Mortuary, 3115 East 7800 South (Bengal Blvd.) where friends and family can call on Friday, August 13, 2010, from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. and on Saturday, from 9:45 to 10:45 a.m. Services will be held on Saturday, August 14, 2010 at 11:00 a.m. in the Chapel.
Kenneth Harlod Bullock "Kinnikinnik" Born June 10,1943 to Unitah B. Pike and K. Harold Bullock at Fort Duchesne, Unitah County. Ken graduated form Granit High School. He served in the Armed Forces, in Panama. Worked at Tooele Army Depo. Ken passed away after a valiant battle with Cancer. He is preceded in death by his father, K. Harold Bullock, and loving companion Target. Ken is survived by mother; Unitah Pike Bullock, and brother Ray Bullock he has three children; Kenny H, Kristie A, and Jon R, Bullock. Ken has seven grandchildren, one great-grandchild, also many extended family and friends. Ken loved Camping, Hunting, Fishing, and Skiing. He was quite an out doorsman. He enjoyed spending time at Blacky Joe`s cabin in Duchesne County. Ken also loved riding his Harley and tinkering with his cars. During his last few years he often spoke of sharing kindness with others. A viewing will be held at Utah Veterans Memorial Park Chapel 17111 South Camp Williams Road (1700 West) Monday, August 2, 2010, 10:00 To 12:00. Interment will follow at 12:00 noon. In lieu of flowers donations may be made to: Tooele Senior Center, 59 E. Vine Tooele, UT 84074 Or to VFW in Tooele c/o Dennis Tracy 435-850-9014. Directors Independent Funeral Service.
Ronald Leon Case, beloved husband, father, brother, and friend, passed away on March 18, 2000, in his home in Evanston, Wyoming, after battling cancer. Ron was born September 11, 1944, to Hazel Meriwether and Joseph R. Case in Salt Lake City, Utah, the third of four boys.Ron loved his family and spent many hours outdoors teaching them to camp, canoe, hunt and Dutch-oven cook. He enjoyed his involvement in scouting, and valued his membership in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Ron served a mission for the LDS Church to Australia, returned home in 1965, and married Eileen Allen on January 4, 1968. Ron worked as an electrician and took pleasure in lighting the way. Ever humble, Ron was well known for his service and commitment to easing other's burdens. He is also fondly remembered for spinning rhymes and his good nature. Ron is survived by his wife, Eileen; and his children, Shanna Case, Theron Case (Gena), Ryan Case (Devona), Karen Haymond (Alex), Ruby Perren (Chris), and Lisa Case; six and three-quarters grandchildren; brothers, Raymond Case (Jean), Jack Case (Polly), and David Case (Vicki); as well as many aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces and nephews. Ron was preceded in death by his parents, Joseph and Hazel Case. Services will be held Tuesday, March 21, 2000, at 10:30 a.m. at the LDS Chapel on 201 Sage Street in Evanston, Wyoming. Family and friends may visit Monday, March 20 from 6-8 p.m. at the Crandall Funeral Home, 800 Uinta, Evanston, WY, and one hour prior to the service at the LDS Chapel. A graveside service will be held at the Larkin Cemetery, 10400 South 1700 East, Sandy, at 2:30 p.m. "Dad, we'll see you in the Spring."
Karen Melvina Cluff, 58, returned to her Heavenly Father Oct. 17, 2002 in Manti, Utah, due to cancer. Born May 30, 1944 to Lavon H. Cluff and Melvina Flinders Cluff Stout in Los Angeles, Calif., youngest of four children, raised in Salt Lake City. Granite High School graduate and attended University of Utah. Pursued a Business Communication Career working for Dr. Hugh Voorhees, Deseret Book and self-employment. Was an avid historian compiling several histories. She loved the out of doors and sports playing two seasons for the Utah Lakes Basketball League. Karen was faithfully devoted to The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints serving a full time North Central States Mission 1967 to 1969, Relief Society president, YW Stake Camp and Sports Directory plus more. Survived by three brothers, Ronald Cluff, Salt Lake City; Dale (Beth) Cluff, Lubbock, Texas; D. Jay (Janice) Cluff, of Manti, Utah; half sister, Danetta (Edward) Sickert, Santa Maria, Calif; nieces: Catherine Sweet, Jaylene Wegener, Lauralee Angell, Joyce Guymon, Julie McCutcheon, Jannetta Young, Jeniel Mickelson, Jean Cluff; half nieces: Debra Holland, Rebecca Witherbee and Desiree Hall; nephews: Scott Cluff, Doug Cluff, Jerry Cluff, Paul Cluff, Jon Cluff, Jonathan Cluff, Joel Cluff, Jayson Cluff and Justin Cluff; half nephews: Stephen Dilbeck, Dennis Dilbeck and Ronald Gardner (dec.); half nephews: Randolph Cluff and Jamison Cluff. Preceded in death by her parents. Services will be Monday, October 21, 2002, Holladay 14th Ward Chapel, 4917 Viewmont St. Salt Lake City at 12:00 Noon. Friends may call at viewing 10:30 to 11:45 a.m. prior. Also, viewing Sunday 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. at Holladay Cottonwood Mortuary at 4670 So. Highland Drive. Interment at Wasatch Lawn Memorial Park, Salt Lake City. Funeral directors, Holladay Cottonwood Mortuary.
Robert Jay Coleman 1944 ~ 2010 "Everybody needs an Uncle Bob," as one of his sisters-in-law said. The world was lucky to have an Uncle Bob for close to 66 years.Doting husband and father Robert Jay Coleman died in Hurricane, Utah on June 12, 2010. He was born in Provo, Utah on July 29th, 1944 to Arthur Donald and Viola Mae Coleman. He married Carolee Pay on March 23, 1968 married in the Manti LDS Temple. Bob spent his working years protecting and serving the public. Throughout his varied career, he worked for the South Salt Lake and Ogden City Police Department, 17 years with the Utah Highway Patrol, Utah State Crime Lab, worked in conjunction with the US Marshal's office in protecting the Utah and Nevada State Courts, and ended by protecting pallets of money at the Federal Reserve Bank. Although he enjoyed his chosen profession, his true love was family and spending time with those he loved, which was most everyone he met. Bob was ready to go travelling at the drop of a hat. He would drive great distances for athletic events or performances from his son, nieces, nephews, or family or friends. Viewing animals in Yellowstone Park was one of his favorite vacations. He loved finding great new places to eat, attending plays, and watching "training" films and TV shows. He is survived by his wife Carolee of Hurricane, son Travis Jay and wife Aleisha of West Jordan, UT, brothers Arthur Donald and wife AnneMarie of Chicago, IL and Harold Dean and wife Karen of Hurricane. He has been preceded in death by his brothers Gary Allen and George. Funeral services will be held on Wednesday, June 16th, 2010 at 1:30 p.m. at The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints building located at 320 N 3400 W (behind the WalMart) in Hurricane, Utah. There will be a viewing from Noon- 1 p.m. that same day. The internment will be at the Vine Bluff Cemetery located at 400 E 1400 N in Nephi, Utah on Thursday, June 17th at noon. Arrangements are under the direction of McMillan Mortuary
Blaine R. Collins "Pops" 1943 ~ 2010 Our loving husband, father, grandfather, brother and friend Blaine Roland Collins passed away on November 6, 2010, after fighting a courageous battle with cancer. Born December 31, 1943 in Birmingham, England to Roland Fredrick and Evelyn Hingley Collins. Married Cherie Lynn Evans April 23, 1971 in Salt Lake City, Utah. Blaine retired from Salt Lake City Fire Department. He had a great love for motorcycling, snowmobiling, watching and playing sports and his pets. He loved to work with his hands and weld, but most of all he enjoyed spending time with his family at their cabin in the mountains near Scofield. He also enjoyed his winters spent in Mesquite. Survived by wife Cherie, three children Corey Collins, Carey Collins and Mecell (Matt) Frankovich; nine grandchildren and five great-grandchildren; two sisters Rosalie (Dale) Losser and Cindy (Jeff) Hansen and brother Glen (Arlene) Collins. Preceded in death by parents and brother Russell Collins. Graveside services will be held Friday at 12 noon in the Mt. View Cemetery in Helper, Utah. Visitation will be held Thursday evening from 6:00-8:00 p.m. at the Broomhead Funeral Home 12600 So. 2200 W. Riverton, Utah.
David Edgar Davis 1944 - 2012 Ed passed away on January 25, 2012. Born on July 9, 1944, to David and Blanche (Pegg) Davis. Married Christine Catmull on June 3, 1967. They had four sons, Troy (Tina), Brandon (Sophia), Jeff and Trent. Ed leaves behind his sons, grandchildren and family. Preceded in death by his wife Chris. At the family's request, no services were held.
Alan Floyd Eaker passed away peacefully at home on October 21, 2012, at the age of 68. He was born January 23, 1944, in Salt Lake City, Utah, to parents Floyd Oral Eaker and Marjorie May Nelson. He was the oldest of two siblings.
Alan graduated from Granite High School in 1962. He married Deanna Jean Boswell on August 3, 1962. Together they had a daughter, Jeri Lyn. In 1970 they moved to Alaska. Alan loved everything about Alaska - its beauty and its weather. In 1993 Alan and Deanna divorced. Alan then returned to Utah where he met his soul mate "The Sweetie" Lyn Peterson. They were together until his death.
Alan was a talented master drywaller and, as he put it, he created miracles every day. He loved fishing, hunting, working with wood and ivory and searching for artifacts on the shores of Adak and Shemya Islands on the Aleutian Chain. He crafted clocks from wood with ivory owls in the knotholes and jewelry out of ivory. Alan also took great pride in restoring his El "Al" Camino.
Alan is survived by his daughter, Jeri L. Breshears (Matthew) of Wasilla, Alaska; granddaughters, Mikalyn Rousculp (Joel), Justine Frost (Jake), Cheyenne Breshears, Kaylee Chappel (Tallon), Delaney Breshears; and great-grandson, Milo Rousculp. He adored his granddaughters - they will miss their Papa Al. Alan is also survived by Lyn Peterson and her family, son, Steven Weight; daughter, Cheryl Herman (Daniel), grandchildren; Veronica Weight, Geoffrey Herman and Jillian Herman, who loved him as their own.
Alan is preceded in death by his parents and younger sister, Sherrie Lynn Eaker Janson.
Memorial services will be held Saturday, October 27, 2012 at Noon at the Holbrook Mortuary, 3251 South 2300 East, SLC, UT.
Roger Dan Golesh, 68, of Bancroft passed away on Wednesday, December 12, 2012 at the Caribou Memorial Living Center in Soda Springs.
Roger was born on December 26, 1943 in Lago, Idaho the son of Dan Paul and Pauline Mae Bassett Golesh.
Roger served his country in the U.S. Navy during Vietnam.
Roger married Geraldine Miller in 1963 in Salt Lake City, Utah. They were later divorced.
He married Marilyn Ruiz in 1984 in Las Vegas, Nevada. They were later divorced.
He had also worked as a C.N.A. for many years.
He is survived by two sons and three daughters, Kenneth R. Golesh of Virginia Beach, VA, Allen K. Golesh of Seattle, WA, Kimmeth Marie of Phoenix, AZ, Lynnette Rae of Phoenix, AZ, Nicholette Ann of Denver, CO. He is also survived by 9 grandchildren and 5 great-grandchildren, a brother Barry B. Golesh of Salt Lake City, UT, and a sister Christine L. Golesh of Salt Lake City, UT. He was preceded in death by his parents.
As he requested he will be cremated and no services will be held.
He suggested in lieu of flowers and services donations be made to the Caribou Memorial Living Center in Soda Springs.
Judith Patricia Guest Billingsley 1944 ~ 2011 Born Oct. 31st 1944 to Wilma James and C. Frankland Guest Sr. of Holladay. Judy passed away in the company of her loved ones on March 16th. Having been stricken with Rheumatoid Arthritis at the age of 12, Judy's life has been a testament to faith, strength, endurance, and love. She was a wonderful, and devoted mother. She impacted Salt Lake fashion in the 1970s as Co-owner and buyer for Guest's Originals. She had a love of art, and was prolific in her own artistic talents. Though very ill, she gave many years of love and service in the care of her mother Wilma, and sister, Lynne. Her life was a struggle, but she rarely, openly complained. She was very beautiful, and very loved. Judy is preceded in death by her parents, daughters Stephanie and Amanda, and sisters Frances and Lynne. Survived by her daughter Jennifer Guest Billingsley, brother Charles F. Guest Jr. (Mary) and sister Susan Guest Ranck. The family would like to give special thanks to the doctors, nurses, aides, and all those who have assisted with Judy's care over the years. Graveside services will be held Sat. March 26th, 2:00 p.m., at Wasatch Lawn Memorial Park, 3401 South Highland Drive, SLC.
James Curtis Hadlock
September 24, 1944-April 3, 2013
James C. Hadlock was the first child of Curtis and Lillian Hadlock. He was born on the 24th of September 1944 at the Balboa Naval Hospital located in San Diego, San Diego, California. He died 3 April 2013 in Sandy, Utah after battling with Pulmonary Fibrosis for over 8 years. He was a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints and served in many church callings, among which were: Bishopric counselor, High Priest Group Leader, home teacher, Stake Young Men's Presidency, and Cub Master for four years over the most amazing boys. He served a mission for his church from November 1963 to November 1965 in the California Mission. The last six months of his mission were spent as the mission secretary under President Howard B. Anderson and President Phil Jensen.
James graduated from Granite High School in May of 1962. He then entered the army and spent the next 7 years in the Army Reserve in the 328th General Hospital Unit. Upon returning from his church mission, he attended Brigham Young University and graduated 29 May 1969 with a B. A. degree in History and English. A week later he married Kathy Munford, on the 7th of June 1969, in the St. George Temple. He spent the next 34 years teaching history in the Jordan School District. During this time, he earned a Master of Education Degree from Westminster College on 26 May 1979. He taught first at Union Junior High, then 3 years at Bingham High and the last 26 years were spent at Hillcrest High School. He enjoyed working with the various athletic programs and loved teaching his students about the U.S. Constitution and the history of the United States.
James' parents, Curtis O. Hadlock and Lillian L. Hadlock, preceded him in death. He is survived by his wife, Kathy (Munford) and their four children: April Kristine Resendez (Mike), Anthony James Hadlock (Angela), Emily Kay Thrap (Brian), and Elder Andrew Warren Hadlock, currently serving in the Texas Dallas Mission. He is also survived by his brothers, John (Joelynn) of Mesa, Arizona, David (Jamie) of Sandy, Utah, Kevin (JoLynn) of St. George, Utah and his sisters Leann (Reed) Bowers of Harrisville, Utah and Julie (Mike) Tracy of Provo, Utah. A viewing will be held Sunday, April 7th from 6-8 PM at Larkin Sunset Gardens Mortuary, 1950 East 10600 South, Sandy, Utah. Funeral Services will be held on Monday, April 8th at 12:00 PM at the Willow Canyon 6th Ward, 9636 South 1700 East, Sandy, Utah. A viewing will precede the funeral services from 10:30-11:45 AM. Online condolences at www.larkincares.com
Published in Deseret News from April 5 to April 6, 2013
Born 18 June 1944 in Salt Lake City, Utah to William F. Handley and Vivian L. Kiddle. Married Raymond C. Andersen on 15 June 1962 in the Salt Lake Temple. She fought a terminal lung disease her whole life. Died 22 Dec. 2003 at home surrounded by her family. Linda was a very talented seamstress and was gifted in crocheting and knitting. She gave much of her talented time making items for friends, relatives and for the Church Humanitarian Center. Survivors include her husband; son, Taw; grandsons, Trevin and Justin; father; brothers, Bill Jr. (Kathy), Del (Carrie); sister, Kathy Steadman (Dale); brother-in-law, L. Jack Nielson (Linda). Preceded in death by her mother; sister, Jackie Nielson, and brother Kevin. Services will be held Monday 29 Dec 2003, 12:00 noon at the Wilford 2nd Ward, 3179 S. Highland Drive. Friends may call at the Memorial Mortuary, 5850 S. 900 E., Sunday 6 - 8 p.m. and one hour prior to the services. Interment will be at Redwood Memorial 6500 S. Redwood Road. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to Primary Children's Medical Center.
Our courageous husband, father and grandfather, Frank E. Hansen, passed away October 27, 2013, at the age of 69, due to post-surgical complications surrounded by family and friends. Frank was born in Southern California to R. John and Lois Hansen. He attended Granite High School in Salt Lake City and graduated in 1962. Following high school Frank served an LDS mission to Austria. Upon returning he was married to Elaine Hansen in the LDS Salt Lake Temple on June 28, 1966. He went on to earn a degree in business from the University of Utah. Frank had a true love of flying, joining the United States Air Force and flying jets until an unfortunate accident cut his career short. Nothing made Frank happier than talking about or spending time with his grandchildren, just ask any Harmon's checker. Frank also enjoyed movies and could provide the credit history of every actor or actress in a World War II or James Bond movie. Frank never missed little league games, school performances, or anything that was important to his children. He also taught them all things can be fixed with duct tape. Frank is preceded in death by his wife, Elaine, and his parents- R. John and Lois Hansen. Frank certainly is excited to be reunited with his wife in heaven. Hopefully heaven is fully stocked on Diet Coke, Red Vines, and Oreos for the both of them. Frank is survived by his two daughters Kimberly (Bryan) Nelson and Laurel (John) Porter, two sons Matthew (Stefanie) Hansen and Jacob (Stacey) Hansen, and his ten loved and cherished grandchildren. He is also survived by his brothers, Stanley (Lorraine) and Ralph (Jaynie) Hansen. Funeral services will be held at Wasatch Lawn Mortuary on Saturday November 2, 2013 at 11:00 am with a visitation an hour before the service. Burial will follow at Wasatch Lawn Memorial Park. The family wishes to extend their gratitude to all of Frank's friends who supported him near the end.
Kathern Hansen Belliston was born in Payson, Utah, on November 11, 1943, to George Glendon Hill and Beth Curtis. Beth later divorced and married Laine Marion Hansen. Laine eventually adopted Kathern as his own.
On Sunday, September 25th, 2011, after a lengthy struggle with cancer, her spirit left its earthly confines and returned to her Father in Heaven. She had one daughter, Kimberly Rae Druce, who preceded her to the spirit world in June of 2003. She is survived by four younger siblings: John Allan Hansen, Timothy Edward Hansen, Marlaine Clark, and Barry Curtis Hansen. She is also survived by two granddaughters, Rashelle Anne Meguerditchian and Brittany Louise Wood, and two great-grandchildren, Alexis Rae and Zaven Meguerditchian.
Memorial services will be held at 3:00 p.m. Friday, September 30, 2011, at the Timpview LDS Chapel, located at 2900 N. 650 E. (Timpview Drive), Provo, Utah.
Patricia Carolyn Hicken Middleton died February 23, 2008 from complications of diabetes.She was born June 27, 1944 in Edmonton-Alberta, Canada and adopted to Rulon Hicken and Beatrice C. Griffin. She was known for taking in her children's friends from time to time and they were treated as one of her own and she will be missed by all. She would go without so her children could have the necessities in life. Her children were her life. She loved to dance, sing and listen to country music. She would make people laugh when ever possible. Special thanks to all those who cared for her. Preceded in death by her parents, two brothers. Survived by Dr. Lloyd R. Hicken (Alice), Mrs. Darrell L. Hicken, eight children, Ginny Craft, Gene Middleton (Anna), Richard Middleton, Thomas Middleton, Robert Middleton, Terry Middleton, Amy Hartman (Leonard), Becky Colburn (Mark), grandchildren, Lisa Craft, Jodie Irvine (John), Cody Banks, Mason Wright, Marty Wright, Kevin Middleton (Melanie), Sarha Middleton, Jordon Middleton, Haley Middleton, Derrick Hartman, Jarrod Hartman, Emily Hartman, Jaden Hartman, Brandon Montague, Bailey Colburn, great-grandchildren, Tyler Mason, Kesha Palmer, Dakota Irvine, Wyatt Irvine, Elijah Middleton, Hanna Middleton. Funeral services will be held Sat., March 1, 2008 at 12 noon at the Winder 9th Ward, 1475 E. 4705 S. Family and friends may come for visitation from 10:45-11:45 at the church prior to services. In lieu of flowers the family would appreciate donations. "Mom you will be in our hearts forever with love"
Donald M. Hogle"The Huckster" An icon of the Hoglefamily and the Salt Lake community, Donald M. "Huck" Hogle passed away peacefully at home on Wednesday, April 21, 2010, at age 67, of cancer. Our beloved Huck has entered into a new journey in his eternal life. As a proud member of Alcoholics Anonymous, Huckpassed away with sober dignity. Born on June 11, 1942 as the third son of Bonnie Smith Hogleand James Edward Hogle who preceded him in death, Huck is survived by his brothers James (Theda), Hugh (Carol) and Owen (Sheri). Carrying on his life are his wonderful children Torry (Edward), Chris (Julie), Alex, Wynne, Brooke (Don), Michael (Wendy), and Falyn (Nathaniel). Huckis blessed with special grandchildren Amberly, Tyler, Jacob, Emily, Althea, Hunter and Mykah. Huck is remembered by family, his many friends and business associates as a vibrant, generous and independent spirit with a great love of life. He earned a Bachelor's of Science in Art with a Business minor at Westminster College, Salt Lake City, 1966. Huck loved his family and his work, art, travel, local politics, and spending time with family and friends conversing about current events of which he was always well-informed. President of the Salt Lake, Garfield & Western Railway for the past thirty years, Huck also served on numerous boards and advisory councils, and was an enthusiastic fundraiser for Utah's Hogle Zoo and other local charities. His children say in loving memory, "Our beloved father has reunited with his own mom and dad. He has left us with strengths and knowledge to raise our families. He loved and cherished his grandchildren; may they always remember their Grandpa Huck." Private family services will be held. Memorial donations may be made in Huck's memory to Utah's Hogle Zoo.
T. Brent Huffman was born Sept 7, 1944 in Holladay to Jacob Truman and Florida Inez Huffman. Brent passed away peacefully on one of his favorite holidays, Pioneer Day. He was loved by many in his professional career; working in School transportation for 30+ years. His love for horses as a child shaped who he was as an adult. He became a Ute Ranger, steer wrestler and above all a cowboy. Brent loved to entertain and would often take on his alter ego as "Cousin Clem". Brent was an amazing father and great storyteller. He was the proudest of parents and would often tell his children, "you will never know how much I love you". He is survived by Hope Huffman; his sister Jill Rogers; brothers Russ Lundeen and Doug Lundeen, his children Brent Sweet ( Jennefer), Kristen Vunder (Shaun), Maria Hansen (Eric), April Plouzek (Damien), Jackie Sandoval (Jeremy) and his 17 grandchildren.
A viewing will be held on Friday, July 27th, , 2012, from 6-8 p.m. and Funeral Services will be held on Saturday July 28th , 2012, at 11 a.m. at the Big Cottonwood 4th Ward Building, 5565 S. Neighbor Lane (1610 East) Salt Lake City.
Ronald Oliver Ison, age 57, passed away may 13, 2002 in Tremonton, Utah. Born June 10, 1944 in Salt Lake City, Utah, son of Oliver Solomon and Beverly Tobler Ison. Survived by children, Scott, Toni, Corinne, Genia and Sall, 12 grandchildren; mother, Beverly; brothers, Dennis and Kevin; sisters, Mary and Arlene. Preceded in death by father; daughter, Surina Kay Ison. Funeral services will be held Friday, 12:00 noon at McDougal Funeral Home, 4330 South Redwood Road where friends may call Thursday, 6-8 p.m. and Friday, 11-11:45 a.m. prior to services. Interment, Redwood Memorial Estates. In lieu of flowers, please send donations to the American Diabetes Foundation.
Dahl R. Jackson 1943 ~ 2009 Beloved father, grandfather, and brother, Dahl R. Jackson, passed away peacefully on February 4, 2009 in Lehi, Utah.He was born on November 9, 1943 in Richfield UT to Leola Reeves and Fredrick M. Jackson. He married Judy Haueter in Salt Lake City in August of 1969. She preceded him in death on Oct. 24, 1992. Dahl enjoyed photography, hunting, and fishing with friends and family. He was a welder and then retired as a correctional officer at the Utah State Prison. He is preceded in death by a son, Shawn R. Jackson; his wife, Judy HaueterJackson; sister, Norene Jensen and his parents. He is survived by daughters: Tina Jackson, Taylorsville, UT; Tracy (Kendall) Potter, Mountain View, WY; Annette Weiger, Rapid City, SD; brothers, Preston (Shirley) Jackson, Huntsville, UT; Darwin (Renee) Jackson, Richfield, UT; sister, Mona Lee (late Arno) Christensen. Funeral service will be on Saturday, Feb. 7, 2009, at 11:00 a.m. in the Crandall Funeral Home in Evanston. Friends may call at the funeral home one hour prior to the service. Interment will follow in the Evanston City Cemetery.
1943 ~ 2014
William Lloyd Jefferies "Incredibill" of Holladay, Utah, left mortality on March 26, 2014 after a long and courageous battle with cancer. Bill was born December 15, 1943 in Salt Lake City, Utah to Eva Anderson and Donald Jefferies. He graduated from Granite High School and served an LDS mission to the Southern States. He was an active member of the Holladay 3rd Ward where he served in many capacities. Bill had a gift for flourishing in life's harshest climates. In general, he was the bravest man we knew -- never quitting and always accomplishing in spite of any obstacle that was put in his path. His larger-than-life personality, effortless smile and a big heart won many friends. He had an amazing ability to look beyond what was and envision what could be. This special train aided him in becoming a very gifted real estate developer who revitalized many real estate projects throughout the valley. He always said that if a person chose something they loved for a career they would never work a day in their life -- and he never did. Bill had an extreme passion for dirt bike riding, particularly with his friends at Utah Trail Machine Association (UTMA). He loved his many excursions down the Baja Peninsula and through Mexico on his bike. Even though there were many, he called each one a "trip of a lifetime." Bill's greatest joy was his family. He loved hosting his monthly family get-together "Ham Sunday" where he would cook, joke and play with his children and grandchildren. Nearest to his heart was his sweet wife Becki. Together they shared many adventures during their 36 years of marriage.
His legacy will continue through his wife, siblings (Wes, Marianne, and Joycelyn,) six children (Renan and Amy, Rhett and Marci, Raechel and Todd, Resh and Lindsey, Rock and Zeny, and Ryder and Lindsey), 13 (soon to be 15) grandchildren and his trusty dog Callie. In death, he is happily reunited with his parents, his good friend Graydon Briggs, and many other family members.
Funeral services will be held Tuesday April 1, 2014 at 12:00 p.m. at the Holladay 3rd Ward Chapel, 4568 Holladay Blvd., Holladay, Utah. Viewing will be held Monday from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. at Wasatch Lawn Mortuary, 3401 South Highland Drive, Salt Lake City, Utah and Tuesday from 10:30 to 11:30 a.m. at the church. Interment will be at Wasatch Lawn Cemetery.
Special thanks to Dr. Neeraj Agarwal, Jared Thorley, NP and the wonderful staff at the Huntsman Cancer Institute. In lieu of flowers, please make donations to the Huntsman Cancer Institute in Bill's name.
Alan Hardy Jenkinson,II 48, passed away June 18, 1993. Born August 9, 1944 in Salt Lake City to Alan H. and Mary Hofhine Jenkinson. Survived by three sons, David, Anthony, and Ben; two grandchildren, Levi and Rachyl; his mother; two sisters, Anne Jenkinson and Kirsten Lund. Graveside services will be held Wednesday, June 23, 1993 at 11 a.m. in the Larkin Sunset Gardens Cemetery, 10600 South 1700 East. Friends may call Tuesday, 6-8 p.m. and Wednesday one-half hour prior to the services at the Larkin Sunset Gardens Mortuary.
M. Diane Jensen McNair 1944 ~ 2012 M. Diane McNair, age 68, our precious sister, aunt and dear friend passed away, November 3, 2012 at her home in St. George, Utah. She was born April 10, 1944, in Mill Valley, California to Burl James and Dorothy Smith Jensen. Diane married Douglas McNair on February 25, 1966 in Salt Lake City, Utah. Diane attended schools in Salt Lake and graduated from Granite High School, class of 1962. She owned several successful hair salons in Salt Lake before moving to St. George, UT in 1984, where she opened The Salon at Green Valley and most recently, About Hair and Company. Diane was a member of the St. George Lions Club and served as Lady Lions President. She enjoyed traveling and visiting with friends all over the world. A hairstylist and fashionista extraordinaire. She enjoyed golf, cooking and hosting events. Also she was the Auntie Mame to her nephews and niece and loved being with her family and her extended family of friends. She is survived by her sister, Linda (DeLoy) Norton of Draper, UT; brother, Marty (Michelle) Jensen of Salt Lake City, UT nephews, J.D. (Sadie) Norton, Trent Norton, Rob (Jen) Norton, Randy (Katie) Jensen, Skyler Jensen and Meghan (Patrick) Lacey; many nieces and nephews and brothers and sisters-in-law, Dan (Bonnie) McNair, Jim (Sharon) McNair, Kathy Burton, and Sue (Jerry) Kartchner. She was preceded in death by her parents, husband and brother, Randy. A celebration of Diane's life will be held Thursday, November 8, 2012 from 4:00-7:00 p.m. at The Gift House/About Hair & Company, 190 S. Main, St. George, UT. A graveside service will be held in Salt Lake City Saturday, November 10, at 3:00 p.m. at Larkin Sunset Gardens, 1950 E. 10600 S. followed by a celebration of life at Starks Funeral Parlor, 3651 S. 900 E., from 5:00-7:00 p.m. In lieu of flowers please a make contribution to the American Lung Association. Published in Salt Lake Tribune on November 8, 2012
Michael Preston Kayser was born March 9, 1944, Michael entered Heaven's Light on April 16, 2011.
Michael is survived by his wife of almost 50 years, Arlene Kayser; 4 children, David (Debbie) Kayser, Heidi (Mike) Wasilewski, Wendy Goldacker and Chad Kayser; 3 grandchildren, Brittany, Jonathan and Katelyn.
Michael was a proud American who retired from the United States Air Force after 20 years. He is a Vietnam Veteran and proud of it. After retiring, he settled in Melbourne in 1983. Michael enjoyed having all of his family around him here in Melbourne.
A Celebration of Michael's Life will be April 23rd at 2:00 p.m. It will be at his home, 2461 Apache Dr., Melbourne.
I was born Oct. 10th, 1944 and I died Jan.10, 2014. I can't believe it! I thought I might be the exception, so much for that! I was born and raised in Salt Lake City. My parents were Norman Kempner and Irene Parker Kempner. I went to schools in the Granite School District and I am a proud graduate of Granite High Class of "62.
I went to Westminster College and dropped out the same year. The next year I went to the College of Southern Utah and dropped out the same year. I was not ready for college. I had a pushy mother who didn't see I might have learning problems. I entered my senior year comprehending at a 3rd grade level. I took the first remedial reading classes offered by Granite District, and I owe those teachers so much. I made vast improvements but I was still not ready for college. I did not go back for 14 years until I was 33 years old. I was able to be successful because I met the love of my life, Lyda Hibbard. We married in October 1977 and enjoyed 25 years of wedded bliss until MS took her from the world in 2003. I still miss her terribly each day.
I graduated from the University of Utah in 1985 and began my career as a school teacher in 1986. I continued to teach US Government and Comparative World Religion classes until I was forced to quit due to cancer in 2014. Most of my career has been at Valley High School in Jordan District. The most rewarding place I could ever teach. My students mean so much to me. I was an avid outdoorsman and especially enjoyed fishing and sport shooting. I was a proud "Art Nerd" and collected original artwork and enjoyed a large collection of Utah artwork.
I survived these last few months on the kindness of friends and strangers but mostly by help from my Valley family. I especially want to thank Val Brandt, Sharon Jensen, and my sister Dee Ann.
Survived by: sister Dee Ann(Aaron) Harari, two nephews, Adriel and Joel (Diana) Harari, all of Orange County, CA. I am also survived by my wife's family: Jim Hibbard, Susan Laman, Phyllis Bingham, Margaret (Ted) Yaeger, Robert(Jackie) Hibbard, nephews Matt(Wendy) Bingham, Phil (Morgan) Bingham, niece Heather (Ty) Benson and many other nieces and nephews.
It is a strange sensation to write your own obituary. Good Bye and Good Luck!
A Wake will be held in David's honor, Saturday. Jan. 18th at 7:00 PM at Cottonwood Country Club 1780 East Lakewood Drive. Holladay UT. In lieu of flowers, please donate to the MS Society of Utah.
Dick Darwin Kunz 1944 ~ 2013 Dick Darwin Kunz was born on October 16, 1944 to Rachel and Morris Q. Kunz. After his mother's death at the age of 2½ he was raised by his father and second mother Ellen. He died July 24, 2013, three plus years after being diagnosed with bladder cancer. Dick graduated from Granite High School in 1962. He enlisted in the US Navy (1962-1965) and served two tours of duty in the South China Sea aboard the USS Oriskany. Upon returning to Utah he met Barbara Whitson and they were married September 17, 1966. They raised three great sons and have 8 beautiful grandchildren. Dick owned his own construction business, K&K Foundations. He had a very good work ethic and he tried to pass that on to all who worked with him. Dick had a unique ability to fix just about anything and was the ultimate storyteller. Dick coached Little League baseball for 13 years at West Jordan Park. He was such a positive influence on so many young men not only in baseball but in life. He also enjoyed dune buggies, fishing, camping and especially hunting. He loved spending time with his grandchildren and all the monopoly games they played. Our hearts are truly saddened at the loss of our loved one but we are thankful that Dick is finally free of the pain that ravaged his body. We are so grateful for the opportunity to have had him in our lives. Dick is survived by his wife Barbara, and sons Dick Jr. (Robin), Keith (Allison), and Neil, and his special grandchildren, Mason, Jacob (Nicole), Tyler, Ashley, Dick III, Kaitlyn, Konnor and Madison. He also leaves a large extended family and many friends. Thanks to family, friends and co-workers for their support and prayers, to Tooele CNS Hospice (Andrea, Irene, Trisha and John). Special thanks to WesTech Engineering for all they have done for our family. To Dick one of the most important things in life is to find someone you love. So in his honor please do something special with your loved ones in lieu of flowers. Per Dick's request there will be no viewing. Visitation will be from 4-6 p.m. Sunday, July 28 at Goff Mortuary, 8090 S. State, Midvale. Services will be held Monday, July 29 at 11 a.m. with visitation from 9:30 to 10:45 a.m. at the same location. Interment will follow at Elysian Gardens, 1075 E. 4580 S., SLC.
I was very saddened to see our beautiful friend Elaine has passed away. She was truely an angelic spirit here on earth.
From Doug Curran on June 11th, 2011
Well it's been over 45 years since I had the privilege of sitting next to this beautiful songstress in BYU's a capella choir under Ralph Woodward's direction. We sat and sang in quartets uniquely, and Elaine sat to my left. She always amazed me with her clear, sweet soprano voice, always controlled, always melodious and easy to blend with. For some strange reason I had a dream about her last night, singing and laughing again at BYU. So I had to look her up here, since I had heard through a friend in Logan some months ago while looking for Roger, that she had passed away. What a saint she was from her obits I've read.. I knew Roger through mutual performing in BYU's Program Bureau in the mid 60s and was so happy he joined the LDS Church and that theywere married. He got a true queen. I know it's many years since her passing, but having that dream made me wonder about her again and had to add my little tribute. here once I found this site I hope Roger and his big family are well, as am I, a married father of only eight, living in Orem. With Fond Memories, Doug Curran
From Mary Jane Siebenberg on May 6th, 2011
I was shocked and saddened to learn of Elaine's passing. She was a good friend.
Doris Leona Meyer, 60, of Salt Lake City, UT passed away March 3, 2006 in Salt Lake City, UT. She was born July 22, 1945 to Jacob and Doris Meyer in Salt Lake City. Leona has one daughter, Lisa (Kenny) Nelson, and four grandchildren. Leona was a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. She loved animals, camping, fishing, traveling, and visiting with family and friends. Most of all she loved being with her grandchildren. She is survived by her daughter, Lisa (Kenny) Nelson; her four grandchildren, Denniqa, Jake, Seth, Logan; her brothers and sisters, Shirly (Perry) Kassing, Miriam (Tom) Foster, David (Geri) Meyer, Earl (Jodi) Meyer, Kayleen (Terry) Zierenburg; and her best friend, MaryJean. She is preceded in death by her parents, Jacob and Doris Meyer Funeral services will be Monday, March 6th, 11 a.m. at the Miller Ward chapel, 3219 South 300 East, Salt Lake City. Friends and family may call Sunday from 6-8 p.m. at Larkin Mortuary, 260 East South Temple, Salt Lake City, also Monday at the ward 9:30-10:30 a.m. prior to the services. Interment, Larkin Sunset Gardens.
Judith Mortensen Henry 1944 ~ 2003 CLEARFIELD - Born April 6, 1944, Judith returned home August 2, 2003. She was a daughter of Daniel Mortensen and Lucille Morrison Mortensen. Judith was a member of the LDS Church. She is survived by her husband, Donald Edward Henry, Clearfield; children, Robert M. Henry (Karma Rae), Cedar City, UT, Donna L. Henry, Cedar City, UT, Becky D. Henry, Anchorage, AK; sister, Jeanne Hansen, Sandy, UT; grandchildren, Bonnie Henry, Tyler Hunt, Shaylee Henry, Nichole Henry; many friends and loved ones. She is preceded in death by her Momma and Daddy; sister, Joyce; and several loved ones. She was loved by all who crossed her path and will be greatly missed. Judy loved her family. She loved her country music and gardening. She had many talents. She spent many days crocheting and knitting and was a gifted artist. Mom was a stickler for saving a dime. She loved bottling the families fruits and vegetables and Dad's deer meat. Momma loved to listen to the Mormon Tabernacle Choir and loved spending time with her family. She was a devoted wife and was the world's best Mom. Services 2 p.m. Wed. Aug 6, 2003 Clearfield LDS 5th Ward Chapel, 838 E. 600 S. Friends and family may call Tues. Aug 5, 6-8 p.m. Lindquist's Clearfield Mortuary, 1050 S. State St. and Wed. 12:45-1:45 p.m. at the church. Interment Clearfield City Cemetery. E-mail condolences to the family at email@example.com
David Lyle Naylor, 52, passed away at his home in Kearns. Born May 10, 1943 in Salt Lake City, Utah, son of Henry D. Jennings and Shirley Dundas Carter Naylor. Married Jamie Smith in 1980 in Salt Lake City, Utah. He enjoyed hunting, fishing and photography. Survived by wife; sons, Terry A. and Zen A. Naylor; daughter, Tamara L. Naylor; grandchildren, Kolby A. and Joshua A. Naylor; parents; brother, Tim Naylor; sister, Suzy Garcia; and numerous other relatives. Preceded in death by brother, Terry Naylor. Private family services will be held. Under the direction of McDougal Funeral Home. Published Sunday, October 15, 1995
Jerry Lynn Neider, age 46, passed away October 15, 1990 in a Murray hospital following a courageous battle with cancer. Born May 8, 1944, Salt Lake City, to Clarence W. and Winona V. Jensen Neider. Married Joy Borg, November 22, 1976; later divorced. He was a machinist with Engineering Tech. Graduate Granite High School. Past member Eagles Lodge #1760. Excellent craftsman with wood and metal. Enjoyed his family, friends, and fellow workers. Avid fisherman and a good neighbor. Survivors: stepchildren, DeWayne Max Rosenlund, Shauna Gene Grosjen, both Salt Lake City; brothers, Keith, Fred, Maryland; Dan, Las Vegas, Nevada; daughter, Gayle Lynn. Funeral Services will be held Thursday, 2:30 p.m., Jenkins-Soffe Mortuary, 4760 South State, where friends may call Thursday, one hour prior to services. Interment: Murray City Cemetery.
Richard Jack Packer 1943~2012
Born December 11, 1943 in Idaho Falls, Idaho to Jack and Wilma Barlow Packer. Richard passed away on December 19 after complications from a scheduled surgery.
He was a proud graduate of the Old Granite High School and earned a business degree from the University of Utah. Richard spent 20 years working side by side with his father and two brothers at Packer Glass Company. The legacy of Packer Glass was always important to Richard because it was not just a job, it was family. At the twilight of his career Richard worked for NAPA Auto Parts and the State of Utah in the Salt Lake City DMV. It was there, where he met many life long friends and he cherished those friendships dearly.
Richard was a very passionate person. He Loved people and people Loved Richard. He spent many cherished years in the cabin at Bear Lake, Utah. He and his life partner, Steve Merrill, saw their retirement dream come true by moving to rural Waynesboro, Tennessee and fixing up their little farm house that they are so proud of. Richard was a dear friend to more people than is possible to count, and he passionately loved his family and the legacy his parents created.
Richard is survived by his life partner Steve Merrill, his son Mark Richard Packer (Kristine), Jacqueline Packer Lindsey (David) and his precious Grandchildren Cortney Kaori, Charles Jordan "CJ", Braxton Jack & Tyson Hyde Packer, Colton David, Morgan, & Chase Dallin Lindsey; his brothers, Barry (Margaret), Blair (Lynda), Randy (Sharon); and sister, Sally Bowen (Kay). Also, Steve's brother Lamar Taft Merrill (Karen), and their children Elizabeth, Bryce, and Christina. Richard is preceded in death by his parents.
Funeral services will be held Saturday December, 22, 2012, 1:00 pm at Jenkins-Soffe South Valley, 1007 West South Jordan Pkwy, (10600 S) South Jordan Utah, with a viewing from 12 - 12:45 pm.
Interment will follow at Lindquist Cemetery, 1718 Combe Road, South Ogden, UT. In lieu flowers please make a donation to the charity of your choice.
Published in Deseret News from December 21 to December 22, 2012
Thomas C.Peck Our dad, Thomas C. Peck, gave this world 58 wonderful years. 37 of these years he spent loving our mom and 35 years he spent loving his children and grandchildren. Our parents were married Sept 7, 1965 and Dad loved Mom so much that he chose their 37th anniversary to be at peace. Dad left so much love behind in all of us and we were blessed to be at his side at home when he passed. He leaves behind his beautiful wife, Yvonne; daughter, Yvette (Sidney) All-good; sons, Troy (Nikki) Peck, Shane (Terry) Peck, Roger (Krista) Peck; 10 grandchildren; his mom, Lucile Peck; siblings; brothers-in-law and sisters-in-law; and tons of friends!!! We wish to thank Heritage Hospice for their support of Mom during this time and the staff at St. Mark's for their gentle care of him for the three days he was there. Graveside services will be Tues. Sept 10, Redwood Memorial Estates, 6500 S. Redwood Rd, 2 p.m. In lieu of flowers, please make a donation to your favorite charity. Directors, SereniCare.
Fredric "Ric" Eschler Penman, son of Robert John and Winnifred Eschler Penman, died May 16, 1995, of accidental drowning.
Ric was born July 26, 1944 in Salt Lake City, Utah. Graduated from Granite High School and the University of Utah. Served in the U.S. Army in Korea during the Viet Nam Conflict.Ric is survived by his parents; brothers and sisters, Marlene Johnson, David (June) Penman, John (Gloria Jean) Penman, Patricia Riet, Judith (Kenneth) Black; nieces and nephews, Wendy, Michael, Minde, Lynan, Sean, Rob, Cori, Michelle, Travis, Raelene, Angela, Elizabeth and Jackie; a loved brother, Joseph; preceded Ric in death last year.
Funeral services will be held Tuesday, May 23, 1995 at 1 p.m. at Russon Brothers Mortuary, 255 So. 200 E., SLC. Friends may call from 6-8 p.m., Monday, May 22, 1995, and from 11:45-12:45 p.m., Tuesday, May 23, 1995. Interment, Elysian Burial Gardens.
HOLLADAY – Karl Ali Peterson, age 44, passed away June 6, 1989 at his home following a lingering illness.
Born August 26, 1944, in Kanab, Utah, to Lyman M. and Eva K. Olsen Peterson.Married Toni Lee Oettli, September 2, 1966 in the Salt Lake L.D.S. Temple.
He was a High Priest in the L.D.S. church, was a faithful home teacher and journal keeper.He served in the Bavarian German Mission from 1963-1965.Also served as a ward clerk, stake clerk, stake missionary, Sunday School teacher, and worked on the ward newsletter.
He earned a Juris Doctorate degree from the University of Utah Law School in 1971; retired Assistant Attorney General from the Utah State Attorney General’s Office.Member of the American Bar Association and the Utah State Bar Association.
Survived by his wife, Toni Lee; daughters, Mrs. Leslie R. (Jennifer) Howell, San Ramon, California, and Julie Peterson, Holladay; parents, Salt Lake City; sister, Mrs. Eddie M. (Winona) Peterson, Salt Lake; brother, Stephen L. Peterson, Midlothian, Virginia.
Georgia Diane Pierce Butterfield died on December 24, 2004 in Murray, Utah after a battle with breast cancer. She was born April 21, 1944 in Lehi, Utah to George Blaine Pierce and Atha Geneva Hebertson Pierce. She was raised in South Salt Lake City where she graduated from Granite High School in 1962. She enjoyed being a member of the Granite Pep Club. Diane graduated Magna Cum Laude from the University of Utah in 1966 with a Bachelors of Science degree in Biology with a teaching certificate. She was married to VeLoy Hansen Butterfield, Jr. on June 28, 1966 in the Salt Lake Temple. She taught school in Utah and then in California where they lived for two years in Concord, California before returning to Salt Lake City where they made their home. She was very proud of their four children, Stacey Lynn, Shelley Kay, Jason VeLoy, and Jared Michael. She has ten grandchildren with one more due in April. Diane was very active in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. She graduated from the Granite High School Seminary and was active in the Sigma chapter of Lambda Delta Sigma at the University of Utah where she was also an Institute graduate. She loved to serve in the Church where she was a Stake Relief Society Counselor and Ward Relief Society Counselor and President, Young Women's Counselor and advisor, Primary Counselor and President. She served a three-year mission as a hostess in the Relief Society Building. Diane had a love for Family History and was successful in researching difficult information about her ancestors and diligent in seeing that their temple ordinances were done. She was a faithful worker in the Stake Family History Center, providing training and help to many others working on their family lines. She also was active in the community serving as an election judge, volunteer reading helper at Meadow Moore Elementary, Soccer Mom, PTA Room Mother for all her children and providing compassionate service to her many friends and neighbors. Diane was a wonderful homemaker, a good cook and always had a clean and creatively decorated home where she gave top priority to her family. She particularly enjoyed decorating her home for the holidays and especially for Christmas. Christmas was her favorite time because of her abiding testimony of the Savior so it was very fitting that she went home to Him on Christmas Eve. She is survived by her husband VeLoy (Vee), their four children; Stacey Lynn (Mike) Mollinet, Shelley Kay (Jason) Cundick, Jason VeLoy (Tanya) Butterfield, and Jared Michael Butterfield; ten grandchildren; a brother, Kent (Ella Dee) Pierce and a sister, Beth Ann Robinson. She was preceded in death by her parents. Funeral services will be Tuesday, December 28, 2004 at 12:00 noon at the Cottonwood Tenth Ward Chapel, 4930 South Westmoor Road (1665 East) in Holladay, Utah with a viewing one hour prior to the service. There will also be a viewing on Monday evening, December 27, 2004 from 6:00 to 8:00 at the Jenkins-Soffe Mortuary, 4760 South State Street in Murray, Utah. The family wishes to thank the compassionate nursing staff at Cottonwood Hospital who were so good to her. The family suggests, in lieu of flowers, donations be sent to Primary Children's Hospital.
Kaelynn Richards Tuckett 10/23/1944 ~ 10/3/2008 Kaelynn Richards Tuckett, 63, died October 3, 2008, from kidney failure, as a result of an extended illness. She was born October 23, 1944, the fourth child of Willard Clark Richards, Sr. and Bertha Nazer Richards. She was preceded in death by her parents, her husband, Grant, her infant daughter, Michelle, and many adored pets. She was a beloved daughter, sister, wife, mother, and friend. She was a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. She had a strong testimony of the power of forgiveness, prayer, and the Priesthood. She was brought back from death's door five times, always at the eleventh hour, because of these gifts. She had a unique life filled with experiences quite different than most. On July 29, 1969, she survived a car bombing, which left her crippled for life. Kaelynn married Grant Howard Tuckett May 23, 1978. She leaves behind a daughter, Kim Tuckett; siblings, Mary Lu McMullin, Sharon Nazer, Willard Clark Richards, Jr., and Bobbie Richards; her dearest friends, Marchion Mackay and Leslie Robison; and her dogs whom she affectionately called, "The Girls." She also leaves behind many other friends, too numerous to mention. You know who you are. She worked for the Operating Engineers Local Union Number 3 for 28 years as a secretary and then Office Manager. She often said her siblings were so gifted in many things, while her only talent was typing. She found great joy in her job, especially when she was able to help people. She enjoyed most working with the Union's retirees, resolving insurance issues. It gave her a great deal of satisfaction when she could help others. She was intelligent and considerate, with a wacky sense of humor, and an innate ability to make friends wherever she went, even in the most difficult of circumstances. She was an avid reader who enjoyed true crime novels, westerns, and the study of astrology. She loved embroidery, drawing, and collecting recipes. She and her sister, Mary Lu, compiled a recipe book of favorite family recipes in 1984. Kaelynn's family wishes to thank all those who helped them through these last years, and there were many. Her family is truly grateful for the peace others gave them. Most notably are the wonderful staff at Highland Care Center, especially Daniel, Selena, Kristin, and Haley. Also, Drs. Robert Payne, Robert Home, James Willcox, Dennis Gordon, and Scott Haupt, Hyrum Weller, R.N., President David Castleton, Bishop Brent Jones, Alan Combs, Shari Payne, Carl Tobler, Dave and Drexel Guzy, and Tony and Cheryl Ferrara, to name a few. Your skills, talents, and kindness will not be forgotten. She experienced many surgeries, extended hospital stays, and was bedridden for the last three years. She endured these trials with courage, strength, and humility. She never thought of herself as anything other than average, although she was extraordinary. She always had a positive attitude, even during her darkest hours. If anyone had a purpose for her life, it was she. It was evidenced by the many things she endured to the end. She was the epitome of a valiant soul. She said she would always be close by her loved ones when she passed on. She would simply wait for them behind the moon. At the request of the deceased, no funeral services will be held. In lieu of flowers, please make a donation to Salt Lake County Animal Services or the Utah Humane Society in Kaelynn's name. She loved animals, and was happiest when she could help abused and neglected animals find loving homes.
6/24/1944 ~ 9/16/2011 Our beloved Dad, Husband, and Grandpa passed away on September 16, 2011, after battling brain cancer for the past 22 months. He was born June 24, 1944 in Salt Lake City, Utah to Lois Camille Walker and Ellis Lionel Richardson. He married Catherine Louise Cushing February 11, 1966 in the Salt Lake Temple. We love you and will miss you with all of our hearts. We will miss you at the cabin and miss all of the fun "projects" you were always working on. We will miss your love and support and all the help you have given over the years. Terry served an LDS mission to the NorthEast British Mission from 1963-1965. He also served in the Army Reserve for 8 years. He loved and lived around Electronics and spent a life of service to those in this field. He truly loved serving his customers and treated everyone as a friend. Survived by his wife; children, Russell Terry, Douglas Lee (Mary Lynne), Kevin James, Thomas Lionel (Jennifer Ann); and 7 grandchildren. Funeral services will be on Tuesday, September 20, 2011 at 11:00 AM at the LDS Parkway 3rd Ward (3200 West 10206 South, South Jordan) Viewing 9:30-10:30am at the church prior to the service. Interment at the South Jordan City Cemetery.
DARLENE J. PATTERSON July 4, 1944 - September 5, 2006 Darlene was a courageous woman, and entered the presence of God on September 5th, 2006, at her home in Moreno Valley, California, after a 5 year battle with cancer. Darlene was a loving wife, sister, and was a caring friend to many who were fortunate to know her. Darlene was born in Salt Lake City, Utah, and has resided in the Moreno Valley for 30 years. Darlene enjoyed several occupations during her life, and until 2002, was employed by City National Bank. Darlene was active in the Kiwanis Club of Uptown Riverside, Assistance League, Riverside Chambers of Commerce, Meals on Wheels, and most importantly, was a faithful member of the Vista Heights Ward. Darlene's favorite pastimes were shopping, eating out at restaurants (especially restaurants at the beach where she could watch the ocean), her garden and flowers, enjoying her numerous hummingbirds, quiet times with her little dog Diego, and spending special time with her family and friends. She brought joy and caring to so many she touched and has given the gift of friendship and love all who knew her. Her kindness and compassion was felt the minute people met her, and her genuine love for all her family and friends is to be treasured. Darlene will be missed by many, however, she will be remembered for all her charity to others, whether at church, at Kiwanis, or by her care and kindness to her many friends. Her life will be celebrated by anyone who knew this special angel, who visited us on this earth and who gave us so much while she was with us. Darlene shall live in all our memories, and leaves her precious husband, Pat, and her brothers, nieces, nephews, and many friends. The family suggests donations to the American Cancer Society or Hospice of Riverside. Visitation and service will be held on Friday, 9/8 in the Vista Heights Ward of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 11790 Perris Blvd, Moreno Valley. Visitation from 10:00 AM to 11:00 AM followed by Funeral service at 11:00 AM.
Our loving husband, dad, grandpa (Butta) and brother Paul Curtis Robinson passed away on March 3, 2011, after a long 6 year battle with Colon Cancer. He was born February 24, 1944 in Salt Lake City, UT. to Julian & Anita Fullmer Robinson. He married Kathleen Bahan, Aug. 22, 1966. He will be greatly missed, and remembered! Retired from Allstate Insurance after 30 years.
Paul loved his family immensely, the outdoors, hunting, and camping. He is survived by his wife, children; Tammy (Ken) Newbold, Shaun (Denise) Robinson, Michelle (Tom) Land, Tonya (Dustin) Forbush, 15 grandchildren, siblings; Jean (Landon) Beales, JL (Brit) Robinson, George (Jennifer) Robinson, Reed Robinson, Glen (Dixie) Robinson, and Ann Robinson. Preceded in death by his parents.
Funeral services will be held on Tuesday at 11 a.m. in the Bluffdale 1st Ward, 15040 So. Mountainside Dr. (2400 W.) Friends may call Monday evening from 6-8 p.m. at the Broomhead Funeral Home 12600 So. 2200 W. and Tuesday 1 hour prior to services at the church. Interment Bluffdale Cemetery.
Steven Ray Roghaar, beloved son of Ray and Roma Ashbaker Roghaar, devoted husband of Sandra Beesley Roghaar and a great Dad to Shawn, Shane, Shad and Katie, died April 2, 1994 in Joplin, Missouri. Born September 24, 1944 in Logan, Utah. Married Sandra Beesley on September 28, 1966 in Logan, Utah. Graduated from Utah State University in 1976 with a degree in business administration and psychology. Worked on master's degree in cardiac rehabilitation. Employed by Schreiber Foods, Inc. for the past 21 years in positions of personnel manager, production manager and plant manager. Managing Director, Schreiber Europe. He was president of Bridgerland Personnel Assoc., director of Cache Red Cross and chairman of the Logan Job Service Employer Committee.His greatest love was coaching children-his own and many others in Little League football, baseball and swimming. Survivors: Wife; children, Shawn and wife, Jennifer, Shane and wife, Tamara, Shad and Katie; mother, Roma Roghaar; sister, Mrs. Jerry (Kathy) Franson; in-laws, Richard and Elaine Beesley, many nieces and nephews. Preceded in death by his father, a brother, Curtis and granddaughter, Tayler Megan. Funeral services will be held Thursday, April 7, 1994, 12 noon in the Wasatch Lawn Mortuary Chapel, 3401 South Highland Drive, where friends may call Wednesday from 6-8 p.m. and Thursday from 10:45-11:45 a.m. prior to services. Interment, Wasatch Lawn Memorial Park.
Douglas Eugene Shell youngest son of Willard T & Marie B Shell passed away at the home of his daughter to be reunited with his Father in Heaven & his childhood sweetheart wife Sandy.
Survived by children, Marnye (Frank) Madrid & Christopher (Kimberly) Shell, GCH Anthony Barker, Mason Smith, Anthony & Eric Madrid, Hunter & Peyton Shell, GGCH Jayden & Dreysson Barker, Siblings Bernadine Silva, Keith (Judy) Shell, Harvey Shell, Elizabeth Redlin, Sister-in-laws Louise Shell, Jo Anna (Jerry) Timmins, Debra Helwich.
Preceded in death by Wife, parents, Brothers, Willard B, M. LaMar, & C. Ray. He married the love of his life Sandy J Quehrn on June 17, 1964~Sealed for all Time and Eternity on February 8, 1996.
Thank you to the home health care givers for the care they gave Dad in his last few weeks and a Special Thank you to his primary care taker son-in-law Frank.
Dad's wish of Organ Donation was fulfilled with the gift of his eyes.
A celebration of his life will be held on February 18, 2013 at the South Jordan Stake House, 9894 S. 2700 W., South Jordan, Utah at 12 p.m. with visiting one hour before.
Obedient daughter, wonderful wife, great mother, grateful grandmother, special sister, and kind and loving friend, returned to her Heavenly parents August 31, 2001 after a courageous 10 year battle with breast cancer. Betty Lynne was born Dec 29, 1943 to Lyman E and Betty O. Smith in Salt Lake City, UT. She graduated from Granite High School in 1962. She attended BYU. She married Devon G. Pearson Feb 6, 1964 in the Salt Lake LDS Temple. Theirs was a life filled with a special love and appreciation for each other, their children and all the blessings they enjoyed from the Lord. Betty Lynne loved the great outdoors and especially the beauty of flowers. She would spend hours soaking in each beautiful little detail of God's handiwork from Indian Paintbrush to the gorgeous Begonias, Mendevilla, Fuchsia, etc. from her own yard. Her life revolved around her special family, friends, and church. She served them all with great devotion and love, and received great joy in the process. She had a natural desire to do well and keep God's commandments. She served faithfully in all the organizations of the church, but had a special calling as a leader of women and fulfilled it by serving in the relief society for many years. She is loved dearly by those she served, and those who served with her. One of her great joys in life was traveling. One of her special treats was the various cruises she was able to enjoy with her beloved husband. They traveled whenever and however they could and were able to see a large portion of the world. Betty Lynne is survived by her husband, Devon; children, Troy (Kristie), Angela (Terry) Floyd, Lynde; four grandchildren; mother, Betty O. Smith; brothers and sisters, Lyman (Susan) Smith, Michael (Rae Ellen) Smith, Kristie (Bruce) Blanchard, Leslie (John) Button, Kerry (Gayle) Smith, Marilee (Marty) Beyer, Shannon (David) Clarke; along with a devoted extended family. Preceded in death by her father, Lyman E Smith; and twin brother, John Henry Smith. Services will be Thurs. Sept 6, 2001, 11 a.m. at the Cameo Park LDS Ward chapel, 8908 S. 1700 E. Friends may call Wed. 6-8 p.m. and Thurs. 9:30-10:45 a.m. at the church for viewing. She will be laid to rest at Mountain View Memorial Estates, 3115 E. 7800 S
Marvin Smith,67, died peacefully surrounded by his family Sunday afternoon February 19, 2012. Marvin was born to Wendell and Louise Smith in Salt Lake City, Utah. He married Connie Van Steeter on April 3, 1964 and they were married for 47 years. He graduated from Granite High School and attended Wel Tech College continuing his focus on electronics. He graduated from Wel Tech with straight A's and in the top 2% of his class. After graduation he went to work for Litton Industries; a southern California based aerospace company. He had a successful career at Litton for 36 years, recieved many awards for his work and was well respected by his colleagues. He had the opportunity to work on Air Force One and traveled the world installing navigational systems he helped design and build. Marvin is survived by his wife, daughter Jennifer, and his two brothers Larry and Robert Smith. We will always love and miss him.
Randy G. Snyder 1944 ~ 2005 Randy Gail Snyder, 61, beloved husband, son, and brother, passed away December 2, 2005. He was born February 16, 1944 in Salt Lake City, Utah to Gail Oliver and Margaret DeVries Snyder. On August 6, 1964, Randy married April Wood in Elko, Nevada. Randy was an avid golfer and enjoyed being "Captain" on the houseboat at Lake Powell and enjoyed cooking. He graduated from Granite High School in 1962 where he was active in student government, a member of the debate team, the National Honor Society and played football. Survivors: wife, April; mother, Margaret Snyder; brothers and sisters, Mark O. (Linda), Scott L. (Ivy), Jeff B. (Jaynette); sisters, Vicky Evans, Sherry Halverson; also many nieces and nephews. We also recognize his extended family and friends at Club 90. He was preceded in death by his father. Randy expressed a wish to be cremated when he died. An opportunity for friends and family to visit will be held Tuesday, December 6, 2005 from 5-7 p.m. at Goff Mortuary 8090 So. State, Midvale. A private family memorial service will be held. On February 16, 2006, Randy's birthday, a celebration of his life will be held at Club 90 in Sandy, Utah for Randy's friends and family.
On the 48th anniversary of her father's death, Carol Anne Special Thomas-Pippin was reunited with her father July 25, 1997, after a courageous battle with cancer.
Born September 9, 1944 in San Francisco, California to Barbara Bowman Speciale and Joseph Speciale. Married her loving friend and fiance of 11 years, Greg Pippin on July 18, 1997. She was an employee of the University Hospital and the State of Utah. For the past 17 years she has been a dedicated employee of the US Postal Service. The employees of the Postal Service have shown overwhelming kindness and encouragement.
Carol will be remembered as a bright, fun loving, caring woman. She will be missed by her family and her many friends. She was like an Angel who touched many people's lives with her exuberance, kindness and understanding. Her passing saddens our hearts and leaves a great void in our lives.
She is survived by husband, Greg Pippin; mother, Barbara B. Speciale; sister, Phyllis Speciale; step-brother, George Speciale; twin daughters, Andrea Lemley (Lloyd) and Angela Mouritsen (David); and three grandchildren, Michael, Laura, Elisabeth Lemley and many friends and relatives.
Funeral services will be held Tuesday July 29, 1997 at Redwood Memorial Estates at 6500 South Redwood Rd. at 10 a.m. Friends may call Monday July 28, 1997 from 6 to 8 p.m. and one hour prior to the services.
Carol requested no flowers. Her family would like to express their heart felt appreciation to all who have provided love and support during the past few months. She treasured the many flowers and gifts she received while she was alive. Donations to American Cancer Society would be appreciated.
WE THANK YOU CAROL FOR THE WONDERFUL MEMORIES.
Robert "Buck" James Stauffer passed away August 21, 2000. Born December 24, 1943 son of Earl Maine and Elfie Johanson Stauffer. Survived by his wife, Carolyn Rasmussen Stauffer; sons: Robert Earl, Joel Maine; stepchildren: Mark (Joann) Wickel, Mindee (Ronald) Garamendi, Stacey Eckman and Ryan (Myndi) Wickel; and 12 grandchildren who meant the world to their Grandpa Buck; sister, Barbara (Frank) Moore, Steve (Nadine) Sheri (Jerry) Asmus, and 12 nieces and nephews. Preceded in death by his younger brother Eddie. Buck loved the outdoors, fishing, camping, hunting and golfing. Buck was a skilled brick layer all of his life and was always ready to help anyone who was in need of his talent. Many nephews, nieces and children have beautiful brick homes that Buck helped them build. Buck will be missed by everyone who knew him, and especially by his family who will deeply miss this very special husband, son, father, brother, uncle, and grandpa. Graveside services will be held Thursday, August 24, 2000, 12 noon at Redwood Memorial Estates, 6500 South Redwood Road.
Jilleen Elaine Strong Hertig, died peacefully at her home Oct. 8, 2001 from metastatic breast cancer. She was sur-rounded by her husband and children. Jill was born to Lewis G. Strong and Elaine Coles Strong in Salt Lake City, Sept. 25, 1943. Jill married Michael Ernest Hertig Aug. 27, 1969. Jill taught elementary school in the Granite and Alpine School Districts. She served as a Relief Society President, Young Women's President, and ordinance worker in the Mount Timpanogos LDS Temple. She is survived by her husband, and her six children: AnJilleen (Ryan) McKinstry, Michael Strong Hertig, Molly Hertig, Timothy Strong Hertig, Kathryn (Brian) Gulbransen, Daniel Strong Hertig and three precious grandchildren: Robert Emmett McKinstry, Gabriella McKinstry, and Madeleine Gulbransen. Funeral services will be at the Alpine 3rd Ward, 30 N. Matterhorn Dr., at 11 a.m. Friday, October 12, 2001. A viewing will be held at Anderson & Sons Mortuary, 49 E. 100 N., American Fork Thursday from 6 to 8 p.m.; and for one hour prior to the services Friday at the Church. Burial, Alpine City Cemetery.
Barry Dale Swan 1943 ~ 2010 Can you imagine eating peanut butter and bologna with mustard on Wonder Bread? No! Then let me introduce you to the inventor of this fine cuisine. Barry Dale Swan was born in Salt Lake City, UT to Dale Dye and Margaret B. (McEwan) Swan on October 4, 1943. He graduated from GraniteHigh School and started his 45 year career as a Foreman at Hi-Grade Meats. He married Karen Budd in Elko, Nevada on July 31, 1977. Barry loved fishing, hunting, camping and taking motor home trips with his family and his many dogs. He constantly joked around with anyone and everyone he met. Barry passed away suddenly at home on May 7, 2010 after spending a great day with his family and working in his yard. His legacy will be carried on by his children Christopher (Annie), Chad (Melissa) and Mindy (Jerron) as well as the four best grandkids on earth: Kaylie, Kennedy, Keegan and Alexis, who all loved his constant teasing and his huge heart. His memory will also be cherished by his brother Russell (Joyce) Swan and sisters Barbara (Walter) Iwaniec and Tracy (Thomas) Stanley. Friends and family are invited to a casual celebration of Barry's life on Friday, May 14th from 11:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. at Lone Peak Park - Indoor Pavilion, located at 10140 South 700 East. Come fill yourself with Hi-Grade hot dogs, PBB&M sandwiches and memories of Barry Swan. (Please, no flowers.)
Warren Hugh Sweeten III 1943 ~ 2009 Warren Hugh Sweeten III passed away on Thursday, February 12, 2009 in Salt Lake City. Born September 2, 1943, the oldest son of Warren Hugh Sweeten II and Beth Hartley Sweeten, Warren lived most of his life in Utah. After graduating from Granite High School in 1962, Warren pursued a career that enabled his love of the outdoors. Over the years, he worked as a salesman for Glastron Boat and Sno-Jet, Yamaha, Polaris and Arctic Cat. An avid sportsman, he loved horseback riding, snow-mobiling, hunting and golf. After living many years in Kamas, UT, he retired to Hurricane where he enjoyed the links, the sunshine, and the warm weather. Preceded in death by his father, Warren will be missed by his children, mother, brothers and sisters, and many extended family and caring friends. Services will be Tuesday, February 17, 2009 at Larkin Mortuary, 260 East South Temple, beginning with a visitation from 9:00-10:00 a.m. followed immediately by funeral services at 10:00 a.m. Interment will be at New Woodland Cemetery.
Margaret Ann Thompson Richardson passed away March 28, 2010 at her home with her husband by her side, after a long and courageous battle with Muscular Distrophy. Margaret was born Jan. 19, 1944. She was preseded in death by father Oliver John Thompson and mother Alice Whetman Thompson. She married Herbert Lyle Richardson, Oct. 9, 1963, later solomized in the Salt Lake City Temple. As a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Later Day Saints, she had many callings; cub scout den mother, Primary president, Relief Society President, Sunday School teacher. She was a valiant visiting teacher and she magnified her calling. Even in her sickness she would make her calls and send cards. She loved doing Geneology work. She loved the outdoors, hunting, fishing and camping. She spent a lot of time in the wheel chair shopping the malls. She especially loved all her family. She is survived by her husband, a brother John (Patti) Thompson, sister Gloria (Jay) van Rij, Rodney Olcott, and many nieces, nephew and cousins. With Margarets request there will be no formal services. In liew of flowers please donate to your favorite charity. Many heartfelt thanks to Hospice of Utah, Heidi, Lynn, Misty, Kami, Maria, Mike, Erika, Kelly, and Dr. Holland for their love and care.
Dian Titus Franson 1944 ~ 2008 Dian Titus Franson, 64, passed away on May 9, 2008 in Salt Lake City, Utah.She was born on February 19, 1944 in Salt Lake City, Utah the daughter of William Dean and Marie (Pace) Titus. She married Richard K. Franson in the Salt Lake LDS Temple on January 13, 1966. She was employed for the last ten years at the Utah State Tax Commission. Dian enjoyed cross stitch and reading. She was an artist and loved painting. Most of all she loved spending time with her family and grandchildren. She is survived by her husband, Richard, West Valley, UT; Daughter, Wendy (Donny) Jasperson, Murray, UT; Sons, Scott Franson, Orem, UT; Brian Franson, West Valley, UT; Steven (Jamie) Franson, Lehi, UT; parents, Dean & Marie Titus, Taylorsville, UT; brothers, Mike (Kelly) Titus, Palisades, ID; Ron (Chris) Titus, Fruit Heights, UT; Jon (Geri) Titus; Smithfield, UT; and sisters, Becky (Dennie) Giles, Preston, ID; and Laurie Titus, Taylorsville, UT. Special thank you to the doctors and nurses at University Hospital SICU for their extraordinary care and compassion. Funeral service will be on Tuesday, at 11 a.m. in the Colony LDS Ward Chapel, 4251 South 4800 West in West Valley City, Utah. Friends may call at the church one hour prior to the service. Graveside service will follow at 2:30 p.m. in the Oakley Cemetery in Oakley, Utah, under the direction of Crandall Funeral Home in Kamas, Utah.
Chuck passed away September 16, 2013 at home. He was born to Wilton and Lillian Trelawney on April 15, 1944 in Salt Lake City, Utah. He married Janet Smith on May 10, 1968. He enjoyed hunting, fly fishing, wood working, and Atlantic City, Wyoming.Survived by wife, Janet; Son, Michael Trelawney (Kelly) and their children, Miranda, Maddie, Melissa, Wade and Nicholas; Daughter,Victoria Trelawney and her children Tyler and Sydney; 4 Great-Grandchildren; Sisters, Nancy Christensen (Gary) and Carolyn Goodsell (Dan); Brothers-in-law, Dan Smith (Polly) and Steve Smith (Martha); Nieces; Nephews; and Best Friend, Mel. Thank you to our wonderful nurse, Dawn.Per Chuck's request, no services will be held. "We know you are walking now, Dad." "We hope heaven looks a lot like Atlantic City, Wyoming."
Carma Lee Walker Loader
1944 ~ 2012
Our beloved wife, mother, grandmother and sister, Carma Lee Walker Loader, returned to her Heavenly Father, Tuesday morning, May 22, 2012 in Jackson Hole, WY.
Carma Lee was born on June 11, 1944 to Donald and Carma Walker in Salt Lake City, UT. She graduated from Granite High School, where she met her eternal companion, Richard H. Loader. Carma Lee and Richard were married in the Logan Temple on September 5, 1962.
Carma Lee lived in the Salt Lake Valley for most of her life, spending many years in Magna and the Sandy area, before retiring to Jackson Hole, WY. Carma Lee was an active member in the LDS Church and held many callings during her lifetime. The calling that meant the most to her was the many years she served as the Young Women's Camp Director. She graduated from LDS Business College in 1982 with her Associate's Degree and spent many years working in the health insurance industry. Carma Lee loved to travel with her family and especially enjoyed her many trips to Disneyland and Yellowstone. Her greatest joy in life was spending time with her grandchildren, who loved her dearly.
Carma Lee was preceded in death by her parents. She is survived by her husband; four children: Catherine (Emily Wadman) Rolling, Rishanna (Raul) Segura, Troy (LeeAnn) Loader, and Ann (Eric) Brown; seven siblings: Kathie Hunter, Wendy (Mike) Nelson, Steven (Pam) Walker, Marc (Lonnita) Walker, Laurel (Bruce) Bushman, Kay (Don) Clayton, and Sharlene (Ronald) Rausch; and 13 grandchildren and four great-grandchildren.
The family would like to express our gratitude and deep appreciation to the staff of St. John's Nursing Home in Jackson Hole, WY and the Jackson First Ward for their kind and compassionate care of our mother. Viewing will be held at Mountain View Memorial Mortuary, 3115 East 7800 South, SLC, UT at 9:00 a.m. with funeral services to follow at 10:00 a.m. on Friday, May 25, 2012. Interment, Mountain View Memorial Cemetery.
Email from Quentin Thomas Wells: Michael died in Los Angeles, CA of heart failure, but also suffered from emphysema and kidney disease. No funeral was held as Mike's body was cremated and his ashes scattered in the Wasatch Mountains per his request.
Gary Floyd Weston, of Lancaster, California died Monday, March 23, 2009 from complications of Colon cancer. Born in Salt Lake City, Utah December 10, 1942 to Floyd Harold and Barbara Bowcutt Weston. Preceded in death by his dear mother Barbara Bowcutt Weston and his brother Paul Douglas Weston. He was a gentle and kind man with an honest heart. He felt much pain in his life, but was able to rise above it and be healed. One of his most valued accomplishments was sharing the Gospel with the Navajo Indians in the Southwest Indian Mission for the LDS church. He had a life long passion for the gospel and loved to share his testimony with anyone who would listen. He had a special relationship with his wife Joanie, he adored her and never wanted her to leave his side. He enjoyed golfing and being outdoors. Gary is survived by his beloved wife, Joanie Helen Martell, his daughter, Tammy Lee (Jason) Petersen, and their son, Jordan; daughter, Debra Lynn (Jon) Rawle, and their children, Rachel, Bentley, Rebecca, Adam and Ethan; his son, GaryStephen (Rhonda) Weston, and their children Baylee and Jaycek. Father, Floyd Harold Weston; brothers, Stephen (Carmen) Weston, James Foli, and David Weston; sisters, Cheri (Larry) Freedlund and Marilyn Murdock along with his many nieces and nephews. He will be missed by his dogs who were always by his side and were such a comfort to him. Funeral services will be held at 12:00 noon Saturday, March 28, 2009, at the Highland 27th Ward LDS Chapel, 6400 W. 11800 N. Highland, UT. Viewing for friends and family will be held from 11:00 ~ 11:45 a.m. prior to services at the church. Interment at the Lehi City Cemetery.
TerryWilliams, age 60, passed away January 22, 2004 at home with those he loved.
Born December 10, 1943 in Salt Lake City, Utah to Bruce and Evelyn Williams. Married his best friend Bonnie Lee Briggs on January 26, 1963.
He is survived by his wife Bonnie; daughters Kathy (Brent) Petersen, Kim (Mark) Canning, Kelly (Richard) Thompson and Kari (Mark) Jolly; twelve grandchildren; one great-granddaughter; father; brothers; sister; and many friends.
Terry loved the outdoors and spent much time with his family camping, hunting and fishing. He also had a great love for all music.
To all the doctors and nurses who took care of him, including the IHC Hospice Staff, we thank you.
A Graveside service will be held on Tuesday, January 27 at 2:00 p.m. at Redwood Memorial Cemetery, 6500 South Redwood Rd., West Jordan, where friends may call on Monday from 6:00 until 8:00 p.m. and one hour prior to the service.
Papa Duffer, we will miss you.
One of my very best friends. I was in contact with Kay one week before her passing. She never married, however, she really wanted to be married. She had her pick of anyone she wanted, but she was fussy, or picky which every you wanted. I miss her greatly. We had alot of fun in her Red T-Bird, anyone remember that car? Lois woods, Darlene Argust, Sandra Langston. Love you all. God Bless you Kay, say hello to Brian!!
Loretta Marie Wright Campbell 1944 ~ 2008 Loretta Marie Wright Campbell passed away July 27, 2008 at her home in Cortez, Colorado. She was born March 2, 1944 in Murray, Utah to Arnold F. Wright and Clara Vorwaller Wright. She is survived by her husband, Tom Campbell; sons, Craig (Tess), Eric (Wendy); daughters, Lori Allison, Traci, Kara (Duncan) Newlands; grandchildren; great-grandchildren; brothers, Boyd (Marilyn), Dean (Joan), Neal (Diana); sister, Betty (Keith) Pitts; nieces and nephews. Loretta's viewing will be Thursday, July 31, 2008 from 11:00-11:45 a.m. at Jenkins-Soffe Mortuary, 4760 So. State St., Murray, Utah. Graveside services will be at 12 Noon at Elysian Burial Gardens, 1075 E. 4580 South.