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Funeral Held for Alice Bodily at Maeser Chapel.
MAESER (Special) --Funeral services for Alice Fisher Bodily, 67, who died Saturday night of a lingering illness, were conducted Wednesday at 12 noon in the Maeser LDS Ward Chapel. Burial was in Fairview Cemetery at Maeser.
Mrs. Bodily was born at Cedar Fort, July 2, 1876, a daughter of Moroni and Mary Peterson Fisher. She came to Ashley Valley with her parents in 1884, and had lived in this area since.
She was married to Joseph H. Bodily May 4, 1899 in the Salt Lake LDS Temple.
Survivors besides her husband include five sons and a daughter: Reed Bodily, Vernal; Sterling Bodily, Lehi; Carl R. and Keith Bodily, Salt Lake City; Owen Bodily and Mrs. Wilda Fowles, San Diego, California; 15 grandchildren and seven brothers and sisters, James Fisher, Roosevelt; George Fisher, Mount Emmons; Don Fisher, Ogden; Mrs. Jane Hardy and Mrs. Nellie Eaton, Vernal; Mrs. Elsie Hall, Taber, Alberta, Canada and Mrs. Hattie Miller, Salt Lake City.
Mrs. Bodily worked as Relief Society counselor in 1922 and was chosen president the following year. She held this position until August 8, 1927. Until the time of her death she was a Relief Society teacher.
In October of 1942 Mrs. Bodily went to San Diego, California, where she made her home for two years. In San Diego she worked in the church welfare program and the American Red Cross. Many servicemen enjoyded the hospitality of her home while she lived on the coast.
-Vernal Express, February 24, 1944, transcribed by Rhonda Holton
|Fisher, Mary Alice (I2111)
Obituary: Max E. Baker, Sr.
1911 ~ 2003
Max E. Baker, Sr., age 92, passed away Nov. 10, 2003 of causes incident to age.
Max was born Sept. 14, 1911 in North Salt Lake, Utah to Montague Elijah Baker and Mary Ascenith Chidester. He spent his early life in Midvale and Union.
Max married Gladys LaVon Osborne Jan. 8, 1931 (deceased). They had three children, DeEtte Baker Gerbich, Sandy, UT; Max E. Baker, Jr., LaSal, UT; and Boyd Allen Baker (Marguerite), Bronte, TX. On Sept. 21, 1979, he married Rena Berrett and acquired three stepchildren, Estelle Slater (Bill), Lindon, UT; Larry Berrett (Robin), Steilacoom, WA; and David Berrett (Joan), Riverton, UT. He has 12 grandchildren, 10 great-grandchildren, and three great-great-grandchildren.
During his life he lived in Union, Midvale, Salt Lake City and Riverton. He worked 22 years at the U.S. Smelter in Midvale, UT; and for 17 years at the Utah State Employees Credit Union, now Mountain America Credit Union. He was on the Board of Directors of Mountain America, retiring at age 89. He was a member of Wasatch Lodge #1 F&AM, 32nd Degree Scottish Rite, and El Kalah
Survived by wife, Rena; three children; three stepchildren; a sister, Edith Baker, San Diego, CA; numerous nieces, nephews and friends. Preceded in death by parents; two brothers, and one grandson.
Funeral Services Friday, Nov. 14, 2003, 12 Noon under the direction of Wasatch Lodge #1 F&AM at Goff Mortuary, 8090 So. State, where friends may call Thursday 6-8 p.m. and Friday one hour prior to services. Interment, Sandy City Cemetery.
The family extends thanks to Sandy Regional Health Center for their love and care for Max.
In lieu of flowers, the family requests contributions to the Shriner's Diabetes Society or a charity of your choice.
Published in Deseret News on 12 Nov 2003
|Baker, Max Elijah (I11425)
SERVICES HELD FOR FORMER RESIDENT
Services for Joseph H. Bodily were held September 7 at the Vernal Fourth Ward Chapel. Loran Reynolds, counselor in the bishopric, was in charge.
Owen M. Bodily, a son gave the family prayer. Dale Bodily, a nephew, played the prelude and postlude music. Lorna Condon played a violin solo entitled "Nearer My God to Thee". Luther Bodily, a grandson, gave the invocation. Loran Reynolds then gave some short remarks. Glade Watkins was the speaker and followed by Douglas Barlow singing "Oh My Father", accompanied by Danna Dee Smith. Verdin Johnson was the second speaker. Sterling Bodily, a son gave the benediciton.
Pallbearers were Reed Bodily, Sterling Bodily, Carl Bodily, Keith Bodily, all sons and Glen Fowles, a son-in-law. Honorary pallbearers were the High Priests from both Ashley and Uintah Stakes.
The grave was dedicated by Edwin Bodily, his brother.
Interment was in the Maeser Cemetery. Vernal Fourth Ward Relief Society was in charge of the flowers.
Joseph Henry Bodily, 98, was born April 1, 1876 in Fairview, Idaho, the son of Robert Bodily and Harriet Ann Roberts.
He married Mary Alice Fisher in the Salt Lake LDS Temple April 3, 1899. She died February 9, 1944. He then married Joan Loeffler Bingham in the Salt Lake LDS Temple June 29, 1944. She died February 2, 1952. He then married Vilate Goodrich Jensen in the Salt Lake LDS Temple July 25, 1952. She died August 19, 1966.
Mr. Bodily worked as a farmer and sheep rancher. He was an FHA and VA building inspector for Uintah County and Duchesne County and held many other jobs in the LDS Church and in public service in the county.
He is survived by sons and daughter: Reed, Owen, both of Vernal; Sterling, Kearns; Carl, Bountiful; Keith, Boise, Idaho; Mrs. Glen (Wilda B.) Fowles, LaMesa, California; 26 grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. One son and son daughter preceded him in death. Also one broother and two sisters survive him, Edwin Bodily, Isabel Hacking, both of Vernal and Mrs. Roy (Sylvia) Richens, Mesa, Arizona.
-Vernal Express, September 12, 1974, transcribed by Rhonda Holton
|Bodily, Joseph Henry (I2110)
Virginia Worthen 1918 ~ 2004 Our loving mother, grandmother, sister, aunt and friend, Virginia M. Worthen, 86, a long time Magna resident passed away Nov.18, 2004. Born July 9, 1918 to goodly parents, Anders Peter and May Catten Nielsen in Magna, Utah. She married Eugene L. (Gene) Worthen on September 28, 1938 in Salt Lake City. He preceded her in death in 2000. Mom was a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. She loved to work with the Primary children and for many years was secretary to the Relief Society presidency. She was a faithful visiting teacher. We are grateful for the joyous reunion she will have with our father, her husband of 62 years. There are many friends and relatives who are awaiting her arrival. We love you mom and grandma! She was the special mom of James E (Norma) Taylor, Myrle (Merrill) Dimick, Gloria (Larry - deceased) DiBello, Eileen (Michael) Bruce. The proud grandmother of 17 grand-children, 41 great-grandchildren and soon to be four great-great-grand-children. She is survived by brothers, Andy Nielsen, Eldon Nielsen, Eric Nielsen, Frank Nielsen; sister, Marilyn Thompson. Preceded in death by brother, Norman; sister, Anetha. Funeral services will be Mon., Nov. 22, at 11 a.m. at the Glenmoor 5th Ward, 4881 W. Cindy Lane (9605 S). A viewing will be Sunday from 6-8 p.m. at McDougal Funeral Home, 4330 S. Redwood Road and Mon. 10-10:40 a.m. at the church. Interment, Valley View Memorial Park. Published in Salt Lake Tribune on November 20, 2004
|Neilsen, Virginia May Lancaster (I6378)
Gary Benjamin Farnsworth, 68, passed away June 26, 2009. He was born October 28, 1940 to Boyd Benjamin and Betsy Helen Johnson Farnsworth in Salt Lake City. He married Martha Raye Palmer, June 1976. He is survived by his wife; children: Makeesha Diane Farnsworth (Lopez), Mishayne Marie Farnsworth; step-children: Carol Xiemaine Quinton, Clesson Eugene Hill, Tonissa Lynn Hill, and Tiana Jean Hill; and 16 grandchildren. Memorial services, following cremation, will be held Friday, July 3, 2009 at 2:00 p.m. in the Manti 3rd Ward, (96 S Main). Friends may call at the church one hour prior to services. Funeral Directors: Magleby Mortuary, Richfield, Salina and Manti. Online guestbook at www.maglebymortuary.com
Published in Deseret News on 7/1/2009
|Farnsworth, Gary Benjamin (I6502)
James C. Christensen, a painter renowned for religious- and fantasy-based imagery, and a former art professor at Brigham Young University, died Sunday in Orem from the effects of cancer. He was 74.
Christensen was born Sept. 26, 1942, and was raised in Culver City, Calif. He served a two-year mission to Uruguay for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, then attended the University of California at Los Angeles for a time before moving to Utah and graduating from BYU.
He taught at the LDS Church-owned Provo school for 21 years, and had his work featured in shows throughout the West, as well as in publications such as Spectrum, American Illustration Annual and Japan's Outstanding American Illustrators.
His works were often based on myths, fables and spirituality, though he told The Salt Lake Tribune in 2008 that connections between his faith and his art were not always overt.
"When you live your religion," he said, "it permeates your life and influences what you choose to do and not to do."
Christensen published three books of his work. He also received myriad honors throughout his life, including from the World Science Fiction and Fantasy Convention as well as from the Association of Science Fiction and Fantasy Arts. He received the Governor's Award for Art by the Utah Art Council and was named one of Utah's Top 100 Artists by the Springville Museum of Art.
"The passing of my friend and mentor James Christensen has rekindled fond memories of his positivity and enthusiasm in the classroom and on study abroad where, with his encouragement and because of his example, I made a commitment at age 24 to pursue a life in art," fellow Provo artist Kent Christensen (no relation) wrote on Facebook. "I drew Jim on May 15th, 1981, the way I always think of him: sketching curbside in some European city. That day it was Segovia. Those weeks spent with him changed my life."
Christensen is survived by his wife, Carole, and their five children.
Funeral services will be held Saturday.
|Christensen, James Calvin (I3563)
|| Tracy Reynolds, 86, died after a brave fight with cancer on February 6, 1999.|
Born July 30, 1912, in Salt Lake City. Married Beth; later divorced. Married Lillis Worthen in the Salt Lake LDS Temple in 1978. He was active in the LDS Church. He was bishop in Arko, Idaho, for six years. He also worked as a clerk for six years.Survived by his wife, Lillis; four children, Noel, Mark, Linda, and Chris; 12 grandchildren; 15 great-grandchildren; two brothers, Woodrow and Ernest; sister, Rhoda.
Funeral services will be held on Wednesday, February 10, 1999, at 12 noon at the LDS Chapel on 2522 East 6710 South. Friends and family may call Tuesday, February 9, 1999, 6 to 8 p.m. at the Deseret Memorial Mortuary, 36 East 700 South, Salt Lake City, and one hour prior to services on Wednesday. Interment will be in the Elysian Burial Gardens.
|Reynolds, Tracy (I7598)
|| John Arden Hacking, also known as "Gramps," 82, died June 25, 2010. He was born April 20, 1928 in Vernal to John Clyde and Cora Abigail Burgess Hacking. He married Carma Nielson on June 11, 1946 and they were later sealed in the Salt Lake LDS Temple. |
Arden ranched in Deep Creek in his younger years. After marrying Carma they moved to Lapoint and lived there until 1959 when they moved to Vernal. He worked for Uintah County for 17 years, ranched for Reed Taylor for several years and worked for Fish and Wildlife at the Ouray Refuge and later transferred to the BLM from which he retired.
Arden coached little league baseball for 17 years and enjoyed doing so. Arden loved his children and grandchildren, and enjoyed supporting them in whatever they did and they were his life.
Arden enjoyed many things in life but most of his favorites were fishing, hunting, camping, horses, ranching, visiting with close friends, going to coffee every morning and most of all spending time with his family.
Arden and Carma were blessed with five children: David (Cathy) of Kemmerer, Wyo., Barry (Jensine) of Vernal, Clay (Denise) of Vernal, Scarlett (Cary) Frost of Sparks, Nev., and Melanie Harrington of Sparks, Nev. Arden also had 16 grandchildren and 15 great-grandchildren.
He is survived by his sister, Jenilee Coy of Vernal. Arden was preceded in death by his parents, his wife Carma, brother Tommy, great-grandson Dalton and great-granddaughter Nia.
Funeral services were held on June 29, 2010 at the Maeser 3rd Ward LDS Chapel at 11 a.m. A viewing was held on June 28 from 6-8 p.m. at the Blackburn Vernal Mortuary, and one hour prior to services at the church. Burial will be in the Maeser Fairview Cemetery under the direction of Blackburn Vernal Mortuary.
-Vernal Express, June 2010
|Hacking, John Arden (I4589)
|| Lt. Col. William J. Gibson, (USAF-Ret.), a native of Ogden, UT, passed away at his home in Air Force Village, San Antonio, TX, on Sept. 2, 2010 at the age of 90.|
He was born in Ogden, UT, on April 28, 1920, to John William and Hazel Margaret Berrett Gibson. Col. Gibson was a distinguished and decorated veteran of World War II and the Vietnam War.
He entered active duty with the Army Air Corps in October 1941 as a B-17 pilot. Immediately after the attack on Pearl Harbor, he deployed to the Pacific Theater, where he flew numerous combat missions against enemy shipping and ground targets.
At age 24 he was the youngest Lt. Col. in the Army Air Corps, commanding a squadron of B-29s. In the last mission of the war, he led a composite crew drawn from all the air crews in the Pacific Theater to fly the official photos of the Japanese surrender back to Washington, D.C.
He died on the 65th anniversary of that mission. Col. Gibson served in Vietnam, completing more than 1, 000 combat missions. He was rated in 62 different aircraft from bi-planes to jets, with more than 22, 000 flying hours.
Col. Gibson married Beth Jensen of Huntsville, UT, on May 24, 1946. He was a lifelong member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Col. Gibson earned bachelors and masters degrees from Utah State University and Weber State University. He was a member of the Quiet Birdmen, the Order of Daedalians and the Sigma Phi Epsilon Fraternity.
Col. Gibson volunteered for many years as a docent at the Institute of Texas Cultures. He served the Air Force Association as a National Director and a trustee of the Aerospace Education Foundation. Col. Gibson also was devoted to his fellow veterans of the 505th Bomb Group, who met regularly for reunions under his direction.
He is survived by his wife, Beth J. Gibson; three children, Patricia Zanghi of Athena, PA, Daryl Gibson of Austin, and John William Gibson of San Antonio; brother, Gerald R. Gibson of Pleasant View, UT; ten grandchildren and three great-grandchildren.
Services and interment will be in North Ogden, UT.
|Gibson, Lt. Col. William Junior (I7514)
|| Orson Dale Worthen, age 59, passed away on October 25, 2011 in Hurricane, Utah. He was born on June 30, 1952 in Panguitch, Utah to Orson Grow & Ruby Joan Painter Worthen. He was a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. |
Orson is survived by his children; Orson Paul, Cryil Jay and Christen Worthen all of Oregon. His parents Orson Grow and Ruby Joan Worthen and siblings; Lyn Worthen (Jim) Murray of St. George, Glen Gordon (Lise) Worthen of Hurricane, Brent Worthen of Panguitch, Terry Lee (Lorie) Worthen of Cedar City and Carren Joan Worthen Jensen of Cedar City, along with 3 wonderful grandchildren.
Graveside services will held on November 5, 2011 at 1:00 pm in the Panguitch Cemetery in Panguitch, Utah under the direction of Southern Utah Mortuary.
|Worthen, Orson Dale (I9903)
|| Schearril Judd Brunson, 76, died Sunday. |
She was born Dec. 14, 1922, in St. George, Utah, and was a 36-year resident of Las Vegas.
She is survived by her husband, Harry; daughters, Diana Humphrey and Shirley Miller; all of Las Vegas; brothers, Donald Judd of Scottsdale, Ariz., and Robert Judd of Coventry, R.I.; sister, Peggy Cook of Newman, Ga.; four grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren.
Visitation will be from 10:30 to 11:30 a.m. with services at noon Thursday in Palm Mortuary-Downtown. Burial will be in St. George. Virgin Valley Mortuary, Mesquite, handled arrangements.
|Judd, Schearril (I1119)
|| ABERDEEN - Alvin Miles Scott, 63 died suddenly at his home in Aberdeen while working in his garden Friday.|
He was born July 25, 1916 in Black Pines, Idaho, to George G. and Sarah W. Miles Scott. He attended school in Holbrook.
In November 1942 he joined the U.S. Navy and served in the Pacific on the aircraft tender USS Chandeleur. After his discharge he farmed in Holbrook for two years before moving to Aberdeen where he was employed at T.S. Vanderford Farms for many years.
On November 25, 1945 he married Norma Westover in Aberdeen. For the last five years he was employed at the Simplot potato processing plant in Aberdeen. He was to begin his retirement onthe 25th of this month.
Mr. Scott loved the outdoors and his garden.
He is survived by his widow Norman, five children Darryl Mae, Jerry Dee, Doyle Ray and Terry Jay, all of Aberdeen and Billy Lee serving in the U.S. Navy stationed in Hawaii; a brother Walter Scott, Stone, two sisters, Lydia Hess, Jerome and Emma Palmer and four grandchildren.
Services will be held at the Aberdeen LDS chapel Tuesday at 1 p.m. with Bishop Leslie Pratt officiating. Burial will be at the Aberdeen cemetery with Military graveside honors.
|Scott, Alvin Miles (I1444)
|| After a long life of service, Velma Dustin died in the home of her grandson Josh & Deneece Bush of Rigby, Idaho, Tuesday, September 25, 2007, at the age of 86. Velma was born Nov. 29, 1920 in Shelley, Idaho, the daughter of Orawell and Ethel Owen Gardner, and descended from LDS pioneers who settled the valley. She grew up in a large home on S. Capital along with 8 sisters and 2 brothers, and graduated from Idaho Falls H.S. She attended on year at what was then known as Idaho State College in Pocatello. On May 23, 1941, she married Alfred W. Bush in the Salt Lake Temple, and raised a family of 4 sons, Farrell, Kenneth, Val, and Van in Ririe, Idaho where she worked as Bookkeeper for Snake River Equipment and part-time teacher for Ririe H.S. Later she served as Clerk of the Ririe School Board and Businesss Manager of the Ririe School District. After Alfred's death she married Blake Dustin of Driggs, Idaho. She served two terms as Mayor of Driggs. Following Blake's death in 2001, she moved back to Idaho Falls, where she served daily in the Idaho Falls LDS Temple and Family History Center. Throughout her life Velma faithfully served as a teacher and leader in various church callings, as well as in the community, where she was an officer in the Dauther of the Utah Pioneers, and Bookkeeper for various Senior Centers and in 2004 she served as a full-time missionary in the Salt Lake LDS Family History Department. |
She is survived by three sons and their wives, Farrell & June Bush of Lyman, ID, Kenneth & Debbie Bush of Portland, OR, Val & Judy Bush of Caldwell, ID. She was preceded in death by one son, Van D. Bush, who is survived by his wife, Larraine Barzee Linning Taylor. Velma is survived by Twenty-three grandchildren, and Forty-one Great-Grandchildren, and two Great-Great-Grandchildren.
Funeral Services will be held at 1:00 p.m., Saturday, September 29, 2007 at the Rigby LDS Stake Center, (258 W. 1st North, Rigby) Bishop John Schell, officiating. The family will visit with friends from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., Saturday at the church. Burial will be in the Ririe Shelton Cemetery under the direction of Eckersell Memorial Chapel in Rigby.
|Gardner, Velma (I2823)
|| After a valiant battle against breast cancer and its complications, Laurel "Laurie" Gwen Sheffield Brown slipped into the next world to join her husband, Dennis, on Friday, January 14, 2011. |
Her life was distinguished by a seemingly endless supply of kindness, gratitude and faith.
Laurie was born in Springville, Utah, on July 7, 1947, to Erwin and Katherine Sheffield. As a young girl, she doted on her parents and was devastated when she lost her mother at the young age of 13. Refusing to be defined by tragedy, she determined to develop a positive, grateful attitude and worked throughout her life to find the good in even the most difficult of circumstances. She grew up loving her three sisters and two brothers, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, the Beach Boys and Brigham Young University sports.
When she was 19 years old, she attended Ricks College and there met Dennis Brown, a tall, dashing farm boy who had just returned from a mission to Chile. Just a few months after they met, the two were married in the Salt Lake City Temple on November 23, 1967. It was then that Laurie began her great work in life: being a wife and mother.
Laurie and Dennis had four children, Jason, Mark, David and Daniel. Being a mother to four rambunctious, sometimes difficult boys was a challenge, but Laurie loved her sons steadily and without question. She encouraged them in their interests, comforted them in their heartbreaks and always provided a listening ear. The happiness of her husband and sons was her highest priority.
Membership in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints provided Laurie with many opportunities to serve others. She served in presidencies for the Relief Society, Sunday school and the Young Women organization at both ward and stake levels. She helped organize Girls Camps, Wyoming treks and humanitarian projects. Besides the more public aspects of her service, Laurie also made a regular habit of small, private kindnesses. She often sent notes or offered small thoughtful gifts to people who were suffering, or stopped by just to visit. She took every opportunity to brighten someone else's day, and rarely spent any time thinking of herself because she was too busy improving the lives and lifting the hearts of those around her.
Laurie retired after a career working at Ricks College and then BYU-Idaho. She loved the friends she made as she worked as the secretary for the Theater and Dance department and, later, the secretary for the Division of Performing and Fine Arts.
Despite being diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis in her late thirties, Laurie didn't let her physical impairments stop her from living a full life. She considered her full-time job to be being Grandma. Spending time with her grandchildren was one of the greatest joys of her life and she loved talking and playing with each one. She made sure that they knew how special and loved they were and, in turn, she was loved deeply by each of them.
When Laurie was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2008, she didn't think she had a lot of time left. She worked hard to stay active, engaged with her family and friends and to serve faithfully in her calling. She lasted far longer than anyone anticipated and never lost her sense of dignity. Even in the last days of her life, she never failed to say "thank you" to those who helped her. Laurie set the highest standard of faith, kindness and perseverance. She was a woman of uncommon goodness and her family and friends will miss her.
Laurie is survived by her four sons, Jason (Mindy), Mark (Suzanne), David (Melanie) and Daniel (Shalee). Her grandchildren are Dylan, Megan, Kate, Jonah, Maryn, Avery, Parker, Brianna, Kyle, Kameron, Naomi, Hadley and Blake. She is also survived by her siblings, Jim (Lynda) Sheffield, Fay (Bob) Pennock, Nan (Phil) Harrison, John (Alana) Sheffield and Julie (Tim) Thurman.
Laurie was preceded in death by her husband, Dennis; her stepmother, Ella Naylor; and her parents, Erwin and Katherine.
Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. Wednesday, January 19, at the Rigby Stake Center, 258 W. First North. The family will visit with friends from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. Tuesday at the Rigby Stake Center and from 9 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. Wednesday at the Rigby Stake Center. Burial will be in Pleasant View Cemetery near Malad City, Idaho.
Family Tribute - Published in the Post Register 16 Jan 2011
|Sheffield, Laurel Gwen (I7476)
|| Alan D. Bradshaw, born April 7, 1933, died quietly in his Las Vegas home November 18, 1997 leaving behind his loving wife, Virginia Carter Bradshaw, two daughters, Kristien Ibraham of Albourne, Alabama; Holly Moore of Clearfield, Utah; two sons, David Bradshaw of Clearfield, Utah and Abdul Matin of West Valley City, Utah; four step children Bridgett Carter, Rhonda Carter, Howard Carter, and Lola Hester, all of Las Vegas, and 23 loving grandchildren.|
His first wife, Carma Terry Bradshaw preceded him in death over ten years ago.Alan was a dedicated man very much involved with the "Make a Wish Foundation" and also helping to aid the medical needs of the "Freedom Fighters of Afghanistan".
Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m., Friday, November 21, 1997 at the LDS Chapel, 2285 South 200 West, West Bountiful, with a viewing held one hour prior to services at the church. Interment-Bountiful City Cemetery.
Funeral Directors: Russon Brothers Mortuary.
|Bradshaw, Alan D. (I5364)
|| Alan L. Christopherson, 48, passed away May 2, 2002; after a courageous battle with Leukemia.|
Alan was born Jan 5, 1954 in Murray, UT to Melvin and Patricia Christopherson. He married Kimberly Arends July 21, 1996 and resided in Winnemucca, NV.
Alan was a 10 year veteran of the Humbolt County Volunteer Ambulance Corps. He took great pride in helping others and serving his community. He had a love for life and a thirst for adventure. Alan enjoyed everything from hunting with the boys to skydiving and scuba diving with his wife who was also his best friend. Alan was a loving man who will be greatly missed.
He was survived by his wife, Kimberly, Winnemucca, NV; son, Levi Christopherson, Winnemucca, NV; parents, Melvin and Patricia Christopherson, Midvale, UT; sons, Kyle (Sara) Christopherson, Kearns, UT; daughter, Alana (Christopher) Heaps, Layton, UT, Erik Christopherson, Montpelier, ID, Aaron Christopherson, Active Duty US Marine Corps. Okinawa, Japan; their mother, Betsey Christopherson Hart, Bloomington, ID; grand-son, Parker Christopherson, Kearns, UT; sister, Sandra Christopherson Dalrymple, Provo, UT; brother, Paul (Sue) Christopherson, Farmington, UT; many nieces, nephews, and cousins, who all love him.
Services will be 11 a.m. Tues. May 7, 2002, LDS Church, 111 W. McArthur Ave, Winnemucca, NV. A graveside service will be 2 p.m. Wed. May 8, 2002, Larkin Sunset Garden, 1950 E. 10600 S, Sandy, UT. In lieu of flowers, donations suggested to the family in care of Humbolt County Volunteer Ambulance Corps. 118 E. Haskell, Winnemucca, NV 89445.
|Christopherson, Alan L. (I8117)
|| Albert slipped from this life into the next at his home.|
He was born August 28, 1903 to Ianthius W. and Chloe McMullin Barlow. He was sealed in the Salt Lake Temple to Kate Kilgrow October 25, 1922. On February 14, 1935 he and Kate entered the Law of Celestial Marriage with Vio Fraser. On December 20, 1935 Maurine Owen joined them in that Law. His commitment to this Law sent him to prison twice; in 1945 and again in 1959. However, he remained firm in his beliefs. Albert worked hard to support his family and teach them honesty, integrity and morality. Six of his sons served their country, two of them while he was in prison for living his religion. Albert loved people but especially his children. He was happiest when holding a little one on his knee.He will be greatly missed by his wives, Vio and Maurine, his sons, Albert (Elizabeth), Ianthius (Laura), John (Sondra), Douglas, Edmund (Penny and Ann), Haven (Karen and Lorraine), Steven (Anne, Deborah and Kathleen), Robert (Barbara), Ronald (Liz) and his daughters, Arlene (Don), Wanda (Larry), Frances (Tom), Ruth (Dave), Vilate (Clayne), Ramona (Carl), Hazel (Lorin), Virginia (Lynn), Susan, Rebecca (Grant), Laura (George), Alhona (Darwin), Faye (Gary), Betsy, Linda (Gary), Evelyn (Steve), Doris (Morris), Shauna (Lynn), Bonnie (Alan), Barbara (Homayoun) also his many grandchildren and great-grandchildren and great-great-grandchildren, his brothers and sisters and many wonderful friends.
Albert looked forward to seeing his parents, his precious Katie and five of his children (David, Lee, Thomas, Marie and Martha) when he reached the other side.
Viewing will be Friday 6 to 8 p.m. at 2005 So. 900 East. The funeral service will be Saturday the 8th at 11:30 a.m. with a viewing from 12 to 1:30 p.m. Interment: Immediately following services at Redwood Memorial Estates, 6500 So. Redwood Road. Funeral Directors: Memorial Estates.
|Barlow, Albert Edmund (I8360)
|| Alisa Storrer Walker 1963 ~ 2011 Alisa Storrer Walker, 47, of Twin Falls, passed away peacefully at her home surrounded by family on Sunday June 19, 2011. |
She was born to Gary Storrer and Shirley Robinson on September 23, 1963 in Salt Lake City, Utah. Alisa's marriage of 27 years to David Walker was solemnized in the Salt Lake LDS Temple. They are raising five children: three boys, Michael, Jordan, and Landon; two girls, Jaden and Kaia. Alisa's greatest pleasure was being a mother. She treasured opportunities to play games with and enjoy simple pleasures with her children. She was kind, generous, and loving. Alisa loved getting together with her family and telling stories, embellishing them if they seemed too bland. One of Alisa's favorite vacations spots was Maui, Hawaii and she thought of all kinds of creative ways to get there. In her professional life, she rose quickly to be one of the top-selling realtors in the Magic Valley. Whether in private or public life, Alisa excelled in everything she put her mind to.
Alisa is survived by her husband, David; five children, Michael, Jordan, Landon, Jaden, and Kaia; father, Gary (Connie); brothers, Kent (Stacy) and David (Candice); sisters Tami (Jed) and Nicole (Jon); five nieces and six nephews. She was preceded in death by her mother, Shirley, three grandparents, and an uncle and an aunt. Alisa's family expresses sincere appreciation to Dr. Saundra Buys and her staff at the Huntsman Cancer Institute for all the loving care given Alisa and to the Infusion Center staff for their encouragement and love. We appreciate Dr. Charles Smith of St. Luke's in Twin Falls and his staff. We are thankful for our friends and neighbors for all the meals, love, support, and prayers. Thank you all so much. Funeral services will be held under the direction of Bishop Adam Hodges of the Twin Falls 11th Ward LDS Church on Saturday, June 25, 2011 at 2:00 p.m. at 680 Hankins Road North, Twin Falls. A viewing will be held just prior to the funeral service, from 12:30 -1:30 at the same location. A graveside service will be held Monday, June 27, 2011 at 12:00 noon at Washington Heights Memorial Park at 4500 Washington Blvd. in South Ogden, Utah. Services are under the direction of Reynolds Funeral Chapel, Twin Falls. Memorial donations in Alisa's honor may be made to the Huntsman Cancer Foundation.
|Storrer, Alisa (I8198)
|| Allan Saul Altschuler, 65, passed away August 6, 1977, after a long illness.|
Born Dec. 18, 1911, Pittsburgh, Penn., a son of Levi and Rachel Altschuler. At the time of his death he was a high priest in the Butler 22nd LDS Ward. He was a convert to the LDS Church 22 years ago and has served two full time and three part time missions fo the LDS Church. He was also working on a book titled "a Jew Joins Jesus". Salt Lake Temple worker. Active in the DAV for 12 years; serving as LDS Chaplain for the DAV. Combat engineer and combat medic during World War II.
Survivors; wife, Lillis Worthen, Miles Altschuler; step-daughters, Mrs. Betty Arlene Kartchner, Mrs. Laura Fay Skulrund, both Salt Lake City; ten grandchildren,.
Interment, Elysian Burial Gardens.
|Altschuler, Allan Saul (I7597)
|| Alma Pexton Burton passed away April 30, 1998, at the Utah Valley Regional Medical Center at the age of 85 of complications following surgery.|
Born January 12, 1913, to Thomas Hyrum and May Pexton Burton in Nephi, Utah. Married Clea Rich Morgan March 15, 1941, in the Logan LDS Temple. Parents of five children, Barbara (Art) Barron; David A. (Beth) Burton; Ann (Keith S.) Blake; John C. (Gwen) Burton; James R. (Denise) Burton.Graduated from USU , BYU , and U of U (EdD). Professional experience included: Professor of Religion and Dean of Admissions and Records at BYU; Superintendent of Alpine School District; and Assistant Administrator of Seminaries and Institutes of the Church.
Authored numerous books and articles including: Discourses of the Prophet Joseph Smith, Karl G. Maeser, Toward the New Jerusalem, Stories from Mormon History, For They Shall be Comforted, Readings in LDS Church History (with William E. Berrett), and articles for the Encyclopedia of Mormonism and The Ensign Magazine.
Church service included: missionary, Central States Mission; MIA General Board member; stake president, Sharon Stake (13 years); General Priesthood Home Teaching Committee; stake president's counselor; director of LDS Church Visitors' Center, Independence, Missouri; and president of the Manti Temple.
Survived by his wife; five children; brother, Lee Clark Burton; sisters, Florence B. Worthington and Blanche B. Hesse; 25 grandchildren; 18 great-grandchildren. Preceded in death by his parents; two older brothers, Marcus and Clarence; and great-granddaughters, Rebekah Wirthlin and KyLee Ann Taylor.
Funeral service will be held Monday, May 4, 12 noon, Sharon Stake Center, 545 South 800 East, Orem. Friends may call Sunday evening, May 3, 6-8 p.m. at the stake center, and Monday morning from 10:30-11:30 a.m. (prior to the service). Interment will be in the Orem City Cemetery.
|Burton, Dr. Alma Pexton (I2441)
|| Alta died June 6, 1980, at Meridian Park Hospital. She was born Oct. 1, 1899, at Pleasant View, Utah, the daughter of John M and Ellen Chadwick Bailey.|
She grew up in North Ogden, Utah and was married to Parnell M. Grow on April 5, 1922 in Salt Lake City, Utah. In 1935, the couple moved to Brigham City, Utah, where they lived until 1940 when they moved to Apple Valley Utah, where they farmed and had dairy stock.
At the beginning of World War II, they moved to Willamette, coming to McMinnville in 1944. They stayed here until 1948 when they moved to Myrtle Creek, where they operated a motel and trailer court.
Mrs. Grow returned to McMinnville after her husband died in 1964. For the past two years she has lived at a Tigard convalescent center.
She is a member of the LDS church.
She is survived by 3 sons and 3 daughters, 2 sisters Iva of North Ogden and Vera,of Ogden; 28 grandchildren and 37 great-grandchildren.
(This was taken from her obituary - with a few corrections)
|Bailey, Alta Elizabeth (I1312)
|| Arta Hazel Lind Grow, 78, of Provo, died Friday, November 8, 1991 in Provo.|
Born October 19, 1913 in Twin Falls, Idaho, daughter of Herman Gustaf and Hazel Aileen Farrell Lind. Married David Spencer Grow August 31, 1936 in the Salt Lake LDS Temple. He preceded her in death.Survivors include brother, Wyland F. Lind, Boise, Idaho; sister, Helen L. Sullivan, Bountiful; sons, Steven Lind Grow, and David Spencer Grow, both of Provo; daughters, Gina Nelson, San Luis Obispo, Calif.; Linda Burton, Huntsville, Utah. Preceded in death by her husband, three children, sons, Gordon Henry Grow; two daughters, DeeAnn Hazel Grow, and Karen Fae Grow Tuomisto; two brothers, Farris and Marlin Lind.
|Lind, Arta Hazel (I3065)
||At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. ||Living (I2659)
|| Beloved aunt and treasured friend, Blanche Burton Hesse, passed away on December 29, 2004 at Holladay Health Care, Holladay, Utah, due to incidents related to age.|
Her loving gentleness and quick humor touched and enriched the lives of those who were privileged to be in her midst. Her great wisdom and zest for life energized us all, as did her genuineness and authenticity. She set a standard of excellence that will continually inspire and influence us for many years to come. She will be sorely missed!
Blanche was born December 20, 1907 in Nephi, Utah, to Thomas Hyrum and May Pexton Burton. She attended the University of Utah and later the Utah Business School. These skills served her well when she returned to Nephi to help her father in his law office. After his passing in 1930, she left for Washington, D.C. where she worked for the CPA firm of Buchanan and Company for 12 years.
She married Clement F. Hesse on May 17, 1941 and they went into the restaurant business, opening cafes in Los Angeles, Pasadena, and La Jolla, California. They moved to Yuma, Arizona, where they continued this business as well as investing in a citrus grove.
After her husband's death in 1978, Blanche moved to Salt Lake City, and lovingly cared for her mother who lived to the age of 101. She then availed herself of the opportunities of travel, which she dearly loved, and enjoyed many trips to Europe, the Mediterranean, the Holy Land, Egypt, the Greek Islands, Russia, Mainland China, and the Caribbean Islands.
Blanche taught herself computer skills at the age of 87, and proceeded to do a great genealogical work for the Burton, Pexton, Hesse and Boucher families. She wrote erudite histories of her father, mother, grandfather, and loved to share her knowledge with others. Blanche was always learning through reading, classes, and other educational forums. She loved people and her home was always a gathering place for her many nieces, nephews, and their children. She celebrated her 97th birthday last week, and graciously greeted over 65 family members and friends.
Blanche was preceded in death by her parents, husband, four brothers and one sister. She is survived by many nieces and nephews.
We express our deep gratitude and appreciation to the staffs at LDS Hospital, St. Joseph Villa, and most recently, Holladay Health Care for their tender and loving compassion.
Funeral services will be held Monday, January 3, 2005, at 11:00 a.m. in the North Eagle Gate 20th Ward, 107 North & 'G' Street. Friends may call at the Larkin Mortuary, 260 East South Temple, Sunday from 6-7 p.m. and Monday at the ward from 10:00-10:45 a.m. Interment will be in the Vine Bluff Cemetery in Nephi, Utah.
|Burton, Blanche May (I2438)
|| Betty Lou Adair Worthen Lake, age 69 died peacefully in her sleep Monday morning August 1, 2000. Passing from this world of pain and suffering to the joy of her eternal family, parents Marie Henrie and Joseph Adair, brothers Ellis and Ronald Adair, sister Lucille Cowles.|
Surviving are children: Stan Worthen, Nelda Gutke, Joe Worthen, Irene Scott, Ken Worthen; 12 grandchildren; nine great-grandchildren; sister, Wanda Miller; brothers, Quintin, Carrol, and Kenneth Adair.
Betty was born on May 14, 1931 in Panquitch, Utah. She married Junior Worthen, December 26, 1946, later solemnized in the Los Angeles Temple and later married Floyd Lake Sept. 1965. She was a member of the LDS Church. She loved everyone and had a heart much deeper than her bank account. She never thought of her own needs when there was someone to be cared for. Betty loved to help those whom others had given up on. Betty truly loved and enjoyed her grandchildren and great-grandchildren. We love and will miss you mom and friend.
Funeral services will be held Saturday, August 5, 2000 11 am at Redwood Memorial Estates, 6500 South Redwood Road; where friends may call Friday 6-8 p.m. and Saturday one hour prior to services.
Interment, Redwood Memorial Estates
|Adair, Betty Lou (I1783)
|| Born in Rigby, Idaho, the third of six children to James G. and Nellie Lucretia DeLand Chapman, Lucille Chapman Wilcox completed her earthly life on Friday, December 15 and rejoined her parents, her six-year-old sister, Elaine, who dead in Lucille's childhood, infant brother Richard and later by brother Wayne.|
A registered nurse, she graduated from the University of Utah and served a New England States Mission for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in 1949. Fifty years later she returned with her children for the dedication of the Boston Temple.
She married John O. Wilcox in the Idaho Falls LDS Temple June 26, 1953. Known for her excellent cooking, she was very creative and always worked on some type of service project. Especially talented in the art of cake decorating and sewing, one of the family's fondest memories was her elaborate gingerbread houses.
Survived by John O. Wilcox, her husband of 53 years; children Janell Spencer, John B. (Diane) Wilcox, J'Lene (Rich) Ward, Blaine D. (Leslie) Wilcox, Shauna (Garth) Storer, Bruce J. (Paula) Wilcox; 24 grandchildren; three great grandchildren; sister DeAnna (Darwin) Dinsdale and brother Keith (Shirlene) Chapman.
|Chapman, Lucille (I2341)
|| Born in Skaraborg, Sweden. Christened Gerhard Leonard Lindgren. Immigrated to America as a young boy with his parents. Oldest of four children. Brothers: Axel Harry (1880), Adam Brigham (1889), Daniel Taylor (1893). Married Sadie Leone Grow, 28 June 1906, Salt Lake City, Utah. |
Children: Sadie Theone (1907), Gerald Eugene (1908), Harry Riter (1909), Leonard Stuart (1911), Carl Irwin (1914), Katherine Louise (1916).
Gerald Lindgren ? Obituary
Funeral services for Gerald Lindgren former manager of the Regal Cleaning & Dyeing Co., Salt Lake, were conducted Friday in Los Angeles. Mr. Lindgren died at his home in Los Angeles last week according to word received Wednesday by Salt Lake relatives.
Before moving to Los Angeles where he became manager of a cleaning company Mr. Lindgren lived in Salt Lake for many years. His first wife, Mrs. Sadie Grow Lindgren, died seven years ago. He later married Rae Jenkins of Salt Lake.
Surviving are his widow and the following sons and daughters: Mrs. Theone Davis, Eugene Lindgren and Leonard Lindgren, all of Los Angeles, Mrs. Louis Klombie, San Francisco, Irwin Lindgren, Portland, Oregon, and Barry R. Lindgren, U.S. Navy; three brothers: Harry, Adam and Dan Lindgren, Salt Lake and 11 grandchildren.
Source: The Deseret Evening News, Vol. 340 No. 35, FHL Film 27160
|Lindgren, Gerald (Gerhard) Leonard (I2240)
|| Byron Earl Robinson 77, passed away on December 13, 2008 in Roy, Utah. He was born on November 7, 1931 in Ogden Utah to Alice Marvel and James Robinson. He married Roberta Waits on May 4, 1952 in Denver, CO.|
He served 20 years in the United States Air Force.
He is survived by his wife Roberta, sons Robert (Carrie), Vance and Mark, daughter Kim (Jeff) Smith; grandchildren Amber (Sunny), Tyler, Austin, Melody, Shae and Rachelle. Also, two great grandchildren, Caleb and Aaryen; and one brother Clair. He was preceded in death by his mother, father, sister Shirley Lindsley and grandson William.
Graveside services will be held on Wednesday, December 17, 2008 at 2:00 p.m. at Washington Heights Memorial Park.
|Robinson, Byron Earl (I8187)
|| Carl Foy Ogden, 92, Richfield, passed away peacefully February 6, 2011, in Salt Lake City. He was born July 6, 1918, in Richfield to Leonard and Almina Chidester Ogden. He married Jean Marie Sperry, January 10, 1944, in the Manti Temple. She preceded him in death, October 11, 1998.|
Foy was an active member of the LDS Church, serving as a counselor in bishoprics, member of a high council, MIA and Sunday School superintendent, teacher, counselor in high priest group, faithful home teacher, and Scout leader, receiving Scouting's silver beaver award. He served as a stake missionary and served missions with Marie at the Bishop's Storehouse and at Cove Fort. He loved attending the temple.
At his garage he was known as an honest mechanic who could make needed parts and helped those in need. He also worked for Utah Power and Light. He was an excellent gardener who loved to share his produce. He liked to spend time with his family and many friends and enjoyed playing the harmonica in a old timers musical group. He had a kind sense of humor and an ability to see the good in others. He was a member of the Ground Observer Corp, a volunteer for the city park information booth, and a vice president at the Senior Citizens Center.
Foy is survived by daughters: Carla Ogden, Salt Lake City; Kathleen (Jim) Hepner, Lawton, Oklahoma; and Sandy (Morris) Morgan, Burlington, Kentucky; 11 grandchildren; 15 great-grandchildren; brother, Verl (Esther) Ogden and sister Grace LeBaron. Preceded in death by parents, wife, and brother, Ray Ogden.
We express thanks to the neighbors who helped care for his garden the last two summers, other neighbors who have helped over the past few years, and employees of Hillside Rehabilitation Center and Hearts for Hospice.
Funeral services will be Saturday, February 12, at 1:00 p.m. in the Richfield 3rd Ward, 985 South 4th West.
Friends may call at the Magleby Mortuary Friday evening 6-8 p.m. and at the ward chapel Saturday from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
Burial will be in the Richfield City Cemetery.
|Ogden, Carl Foy (I1147)
|| Carma Nielson Hacking, age 74, died at her home in Vernal, Utah on January 9, 2000. |
She was born August 20, 1925 in Arcadia, Utah, to William Otto Nielson and Lydia Josephine Green. She married John Arden Hacking June 11, 1946 in Lapoint, Utah and their marriage was later sealed in the Salt Lake L.D.S. Temple.
She is survived by her husband, John Arden Hacking; three sons, David William Hacking, John Barry Hacking (Jensine), Clay N. Hacking (Denise); two daughters, Scarlet Frost (Cary) and Melanie Harrington (Ray); 17 grandchildren; two great-grandchildren.
She was active in the L.D.S. Church in Relief Society, M.I.A., and The Daughter of Utah Pioneer. She also enjoyed singing in the church choir. She enjoyed playing bridge, hunting and camping on the mountain and also enjoyed bowling and going to the ball park to watch her grandkids play baseball.
Carma was preceded in death by her mother and father; two sisters and one brother.
Funeral services will be held Thursday, January 13, 2000, 11 a.m. in the Maeser 3rd Ward Chapel. Friends may call Wednesday evening 6-8 p.m. at Thomson's Vernal Mortuary and again on Thursday morning one hour prior to the services at the chapel. Burial will be in the Maeser Fairview Cemetery under the direction of Thomson's Vernal Mortuary.
|Nielson, Carma (I7893)
||At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. ||Living (I2860)
|| Carolyn Cowles Hall, 44, of Panguitch, died March 10, 1996 in Panguitch.|
Born October 22, 1951 in Panguitch to Orvil D. and Lucille Adair Cowles. Married Wesley A. Hall.Survived by husband, Wes; two daughters, Darcy Jo Hall, Donna Marie Bockoven; three grandsons; brothers, Dennis O., Donald A. and Ronald C. Preceded in death by son, Joseph D. LeFevre.
Funeral services will be held on Friday, March 15, 1996 at 1 p.m. in the Panguitch 2nd LDS Ward Chapel, 200 No. 400 East. Friends may call at the ward chapel in Panguitch, Friday morning from 11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Burial will be in the Panguitch Cemetery. Funeral directors: Neal S. Magleby & Sons Mortuary, Richfield, Utah.
|Cowles, Carolyn (I1790)
|| Catherine Grow Haunschild, age 87, a resident of Kingsville, Texas passed away Thursday, January 6, 2011 in Kingsville surrounded by family. She was born on April 5, 1923 in Burley, Idaho to Lorin McKay Grow and Viola Wood Grow. Mrs. Haunschild was co-owner of Haunschild Distributing Company. She was a member of the Soroptomist Club and Woman's Club of Kingsville. Mrs. Haunschild was an active member of St. Paul Lutheran Church and served as leader of the church's youth group.|
She was preceded in death on April 5, 2004 by her beloved husband, Kenneth M. Haunschild.
Mrs. Haunschild is survived by three sons, Steve (Don Fuchs) Haunschild of West Greenwich, Rhode Island, David (Eline) Haunschild of Kingsville and Jerry (Barbara) Haunschild of Llano, Texas; one daughter, Janis Haunschild of Kingsville; two brothers, Cecil (Elsie) Grow and Wayne (Elaine) Grow, both of Bosie, Idaho; one sister, Theo Henderson of Pocatello, Idaho; five grandchildren, Jeffrey Haunschild, Michael Haunschild, Kenneth Haunschild, Jennifer (Gary) Unterbrink and Kevin (Mary) Haunschild; and two great-grandchildren, Zachary Herndon and Corinne Unterbrink.
Visitation will take place on Sunday, January 9, 2011 at the Turcotte-Piper Mortuary from 3:00 p.m. until 9:00 p.m. with the family receiving friends from 6:00 p.m. until 7:00 p.m. Funeral service will be held at 2:00 p.m. Monday, January 10, 2011 at St. Paul Lutheran Church, 521 East Doddridge Street, Kingsville, with Rev. Allan C. Eckert officiating. Burial will follow in Kingsville at Chamberlain Cemetery.
|Grow, Catherine (I519)
||At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. ||Living (I1843)
|| Charles Duane Dudley, age 75, passed away Dec. 29, 2007. He was born June 30, 1932 in Vernal to Curtis Duncan Dudley and Jessie Merle Davis.|
Charles was a member of the LDS Church and served in the U.S. Air Force.
He loved little kids and old people.
He is survived by sisters, Marian (Mac) Holmes of Vernal, Maurine (Duane) Anderson of Bull Heed City, Ariz.; daughter, Rhonda Batty of Vernal; and many nieces and nephews.
He is preceded in death by parents, Curt and Jessie Dudley; sisters, Dorothy Martinsen and Norma Rae Anderson
Funeral services were at the mortuary Wednesday, Jan. 2, at 11 a.m. prior to burial in the Maeser-Fairview Cemetery under the direction of Thomson-Blackburn Vernal Mortuary.
-Vernal Express, Jan. 9, 2008
DUDLEY, Charles D.
VERNAL, UTAH: Charles Duane Dudley, 75, died December 29, 2007. He was born June 30, 1932 to Curtis Duncan Dudley and Jessie Merle Davis.
He was a veteran of the U.S. Air Force, and was a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. He enjoyed spending time with children and the elderly.
Survivors include a daughter, Rhonda Batty of Vernal; two sisters, Maurine (Duane) Anderson of Bullhead City, AZ, and Marian (Mac) Holmes of Vernal; and his nieces and nephews. He is preceded in death by two sisters, Norma Rae Anderson and Dorothy Martinsen; and his parents. Interment was at Maeser-Fairview Cemetery with arrangements by Thomson-Blackburn Vernal Mortuary.
|Dudley, Charles Duane (I7850)
|| Charles Wilmer Grow, 74, of Los Angeles died Monday in Los Angeles of a heart ailment.|
Mr. Grow was born Nov 17, 1890, in Huntsville a son of John Samuel Grow and Josephine Sorenson Grow. He resided in Huntsville as a child and later moved to Monticello, Utah. In 1905 he came to Ogden and lived in Los Angeles for the past 35 years.
He was employed at Goodyear Tire and Rubber Co. in Los Angeles before retiring.
For the past few years he had worked at the Sheraton Hotel. While in Ogden he worked at the Southern Pacific shops. He was a member of the LDS Wiltshire ward while in Los Angeles and was a veteran of World War I.
Surviving are three brothers Claud S. Grow, Mesa, Az; Harold E. Grow, San Bernadina, Ca; Roy C. Grow, Ogde; two sisters, Mrs. Loyd W. (Bessie) Lund, Ogden; and Mrs. Lena Riter, Los Angeles.
Funeral Services will be held Friday at 11 a.m. in Linquist and Sons Colonial Chapel with Bishop Lawrence R. Giles Bishop of the Ninth Ward officiating. Friends may call at the mortuary Thursday from 7 to 9 p.m. and Friday prior to the Service. Burial in the Huntsville Cemetery.
Ogden Standard Examiner May 25, 1965
|Grow, Charles Wilmer (I432)
|| Clea Rich Morgan Burton passed away September 12, 2001, in American Fork at the age of 84, of natural causes.|
She was born November 27, 1916, to John Samuel and Ethel Rich Morgan in Liberty, Idaho. She married Alma P. Burton March 15, 1941, in the Logan LDS Tem-ple. They were the parents of five children: Barbara (Art) Barron, David A. (Beth) Burton, Ann (Keith S.) Blake, John C. (Gwen) Burton and James R. (Denise) Burton.
Clea graduated from Utah State University and later did graduate studies at Brigham Young University. She taught elementary school and then returned to USU on a fellowship to work in the nursery school program.
She co-authored two books with her husband, Alma. They were: For They Shall Be Comforted, and Stories from Mormon History.
Her church service included: Stake Primary President; missionary (with Alma) to the LDS Church Visitor's Center, Independence, Missouri; matron of the Manti Temple, and temple ordinance worker in Provo and Mt. Timpanogos Temples.
She is survived by her five children; brothers, Elmo R. and Dee R. Morgan; sisters, Beulah R. Sommers, and Arlene R. Smart; 25 grandchildren and 31 great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her parents, husband, one brother, Wayne R., and sisters, Thelma and Lenore, and great-granddaughters, Rebekah Wirthlin and KyLee Ann Taylor.
|Morgan, Clea Rich (I6188)
|| Clem Walker was wounded in WWII in the Arygone Forest in Germany. A mortar shell blew up by him. He had shrapnel in his back and lost one-third of his stomach.|
He was sent to New York to recuperate before coming home.
He was missing in action for a while and received a Purple Heart and a thank you letter from President clinton. We are not sure of the year he served, probably 1945.
Caribou County Sun November 5, 2009
|Walker, Clem C. (I2299)
|| Col. Lowell (Doug) Grow USMC Retired born on December 23, 1919 in Huntsville, Utah passed away peacefully at home July 21, 2011. He is survived by his wife Beautrice, sons, Dr. Jeffrey of Willimsburg, Va and John of San Clemente. He is survived by four grandchildren and one great grandchild. Col. Grow served throughout the war in the pacific, from Guadalcanal to Okinawa, then on to the Korean war as Squadran Commander. While flying his F-4-F, he was shot down 18 Oct 1942 and returned to duty from behind enemy lines on 4 November 1942. He retired as Commanding Officer after 28 years of active duty of the Marine Barracks at Treasure Island in San Francisco. He began a career in investment banking until his retirement in 1989. Interment at Miramar National Cemetery in San Diego. Doug was a high Priest and Temple worker in The Church of Jesus Christ Latter Day Saints. Arrangements made by Lesneski Mortuary. |
|Grow, Col. Lowell Douglas (I2018)
|| Completed his earthly mission in Roosevelt, Utah. Born in Bicknell, Utah. Son of Clyde Dastrup and Hannah White Chidester. Graduated from Wayne High School in Bicknell, Class of 1953. Attended Snow College and Technical College in Provo. Joined the U.S. Army. Served during the Korean War. Married Rita Fay Child, November 1956 in the Salt Lake LDS Temple. Divorced. Married Karma Calloway. Divored. Active member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Truck driver by trade. Logged in nearly 4 million miles. Passion was camping, hunting and fishing. Deer hunting season found his camp at the Aquarius Ranger Station on Boulder Mountain. Played baseball in high school. Attended teenage grandsons sporting events. Avid Jazz fan. |
Survived by children: Gregory Clyde Clark, Christine and Scott Littlejohn, Paula Chidester, Joe and Janice Chidester; 19 grandchildren; 18 great grandchildren; sisters and brother, Dorotha and Darryl Taylor, Lora and Larry Rees, Phillip Clyde Chidester. Predeceased by son, Tony Lee Chidester; parents, Clyde and Hannah Chidester; and a great grandson, Damon Cook.
|Chidester, Richard White (I1159)
|| Cyrus Raymond Cyrus, age 77, died Saturday afternoon at an Idaho Falls rest home where he has been a patient for the last three years.|
He was born Jan. 12, 1900, at Ammon, the son of Cyrus Lott Grow and Cecelia Zitting Grow. He attended schools in Ogden, moving to Idaho Falls in 1917.
He worked for the Wood Livestock Co. at Spencer and also worked at ranches in and around Dillon, Mont. area. He retired about 20 years ago, moving to Shell Beach, Calif., before returning to Idaho Falls in 1964.
He had never married.
He is survived by his brothers, John W. Grow of Idaho Falls and by several nieces and nephews of Idaho Falls, Pocatello, and Salt Lake City, Utah.
He was preceded in death by two sisters and a brother. Graveside services will be Tuesday at 1 p.m. at the Ammon Cemetery. The family will receive friends at the Wood Funeral Home from noon Tuesday until 12:45 p.m. when the funeral cortege will leave to go to the cemetery. Interment will be in Ammon Cemetery.
|Grow, Cyrus Raymond (I330)
|| Dale Marion Worwood passed away peacefully in his sleep July 18, 2008. He was born October 19 1923 to Lila and William Worwood in Levan, Utah. He graduated from Juab High School in 1942 and served in the 1st Armored Division of the Army in Fort Knox, Kentucky. He married DaNell Burton on December 26, 1945. Their marriage was solemnized in the Manti Temple October 9, 1965. Dale was a business owner for over 50 years. He was very involved with many organizations including County and State Fair Board member, officer in State and Local riding clubs, Six County organization, American Legion commander, ward clerk, and home teacher. Dale was the very happiest on a horse in the mountains with family, friends and especially his grandchildren. He loved people and had many good friends every where he went. He and DaNell enjoyed traveling to California each year to harvest pistachios on the Christison family ranch and enjoyed sharing them with friends and family. Dale's love for horses and people led to wonderful experiences while driving a team of horses in the Utah Centennial Wagon Train and in the 150th Anniversary of the Mormon Pioneer Trail in 1997 from Omaha, Nebraska, to the Salt Lake Valley. He brought joy to many people and will be greatly missed by all who knew and loved him. Preceeded in death by his parents, 5 brothers and 2 sisters and 1 granddaughter. Survived by his wife, five children, Betty (Terry) Dibble of Boise, ID; Bill (Janna) Worwood of South Jordan, UT; David (Carmela) Worwood, Lynn (Valerie) Worwood, Diane (Russ) Jones, all of Nephi. 16 grandchildren and 11 great-grandchildren. Funeral services were held Tuesday, July 22, 2008, in the Nephi Utah Stake Center, 351 N 100 W, at 11:00 a.m. Interment in Vine Bluff Cemetery, Nephi, Utah. |
|Worwood, Dale Marion (I10897)
|| Dan was working outside, came in the house and told his wife he was tired and went in to take a nap. He passed away in his sleep.|
Daniel B. Frandsen 1937 ~ 2006 Funeral services for Daniel Bert Frandsen, 68 of Panguitch will be held on Saturday, April 29, 2006 at 1:00 p.m. in the Panguitch 3rd LDS Ward Chapel, 200 North 400 East. Friends may call at the ward chapel on Saturday from 10:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Burial will be in the Panguitch Cemetery. Dan's family includes his wife, Florence; children LaCinda (Dean) Higley, Daniel (Teresa) Frandsen, Tina Frandsen, David (Cherri) Frandsen, Jared (Melissa) Frandsen; 15 grandchildren; brothers, Clark (Gwen) Frandsen, Peter Frandsen; sister, Laura Jene (Tom) Gray. Funeral directors, Magleby Mortuary, Richfield, Salina and Manti.
|Frandsen, Daniel Bert (I7618)
|| Darrell G. Walker, age 87, one of the last real cowboys, passed away on Feb. 22, 2010, at Rocky Mountain Care in Evanston. |
Darrell was born on June 7, 1922, in Lyman the son of Levi Orsen and Amelia Jane (Grow) Walker. He married Thelma Larue Ames.
Darrell is survived by his wife, Thelma Walker, of Evanston; his sons: Wesley G. (Marie) Walker, Lyman; Devere G. Walker, Hays, Kansas; and Gary Vance Saunders, Salt Lake City, Utah; his daughters: Denice (Douglas) Kay Varley, of Gillette; Dovee Jo (Mike) Maughan, Layton, Utah; Darla Riggs, Oologah, Okla.; Leah Durelle Hesting, Hutchinson, Kansas; Betty Angeline Kingston, Centerville, Utah; Susan Larue Bloomquist, Salt Lake City, Utah; and Carolyn Hester Lott, Evanston. He is survived by 40 grandchildren and 41 great grandchildren.
Darrell is also survived by brothers: Clinton (Merlin) Walker, and Claude (Bernice) Walker, both of Lyman; one stepbrother Guild Walker, Calif.; one half-brother Bruce Warren, Provo, Utah; sisters: Joan Stringer, Logan, Utah; Mathel Andersen, Salt Lake City, Utah and Lorna Maxwell, Sandy, Utah.
He was preceded in death by his parents, and thirteen brothers and sisters.
Visitation will be held on Fri., Feb. 26, 2010, from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. at Crandall Funeral Home in Evanston and also one hour prior to services at the church on Saturday. Funeral services will be conducted on Feb. 27, at 11 a.m. at the Elm Street L.D.S. Chapel in Evanston with Bishop Glen Defa officiating. Interment will follow at the Evanston Cemetery.
Arrangements are under the direction of Crandall Funeral Home of Evanston.
|Walker, Darrell G. (I2297)
|| DeLore Tud Grow On April 18, 2005, our fun loving, pool playing, trout catching, Harley-Davidson riding Uncle Tud passed away at the great age of 80, to finally be with the rest of his family. On May 16, 1924 DeLore Tud Grow was born the fifth child of six to Henry and Ruth Halls Grow in Huntsville, Utah. Tud graduated from Weber High School. The very school that his mother wrote the school song for. He married Ruth Marble, (later divorced) and from that union they had a baby daughter, Dalyce Grow, whom only survived one day. Also married Donna Wells, (later divorced). For 50 years Tud was a proud member of the Fraternal Order of Eagles. An organization from which he made numerous life long friends. Uncle Tud was a car salesman all his life. He loved the interaction with all the people he met. (But mostly I think he liked that he could keep his own hours.) You could always bet if there was a pool table around, so was Tud. It was his game of choice, and he was very good at i t. He told me more that once in the last couple of years, that of all the things he could not do anymore, that was the recreation he missed most. Anyone who knew Uncle Tud, knew that he loved to listen to the Ink Spots. The last time Cindy and I visited him in Ogden, we played the CD's and he sang and laughed as we danced to them. The last of his siblings to pass, he is now enjoying a reunion with his parents, older brother Otto Grow, sisters, June Van Fleet, Avon (Billie) Gray, Lucile (Tootsie) Carter, Dixie Gilbert, niece Judy Richins, nephews, John Grow and Paul Van Fleet and baby daughter, Dalyce. Leaving behind his nieces, Nanci Kummer, Cindy Martin, Janet Pinto, Susan White, Kae Gibson and nephews Neal Hansen and Scott Van Fleet. Also several great nieces and nephews. On behalf of Uncle Tud, I would like to thank The Moving Crew. You know who you are. He loved and appreciated you all very much Graveside services will be held 1 p.m. Saturday April 23, 2005 at Huntsville City Cemetery, Cemetery Point. Dear Uncle Tud, I will always remember these last couple of years that we had to get to know each other so well. I will miss that I no longer have someone to call Uncle. Love Nanci|
Cremation under the direction of Lindquist's Bountiful Mortuary.
Published in the Standard-Examiner on 4/20/2005
|Grow, DeLore (I4946)
|| Delsa Owen Murray, age 68, died June 3, 1990 in the Cotton-Wood hospital of heart failure.|
She was born March 14, 1922 in Ammon, Idaho to David Albert and Elizabeth Alice Blackledge Owen. She spent her early years in Idaho, moving to Murray, Utah when she was 10 years old. She married R. Fenton Murray on October 17, 1941 in the Salt Lake LDS Temple. Delsa and Fenton lived in the Murray area until 1980 when they moved to Sandy, Utah; where she was affectionflely known as "Grandma Murray" by the neighborhood. She spent her entire life in service to her family, fiends and the LDS Church.
She is survived by her husband, two daughters and two sons, Marian and (John) Poteet, Tuscaloosa, Alabama; Jolene Morris, Murray, Utah; Owen R. Murray and his wife Susan, Clark's Summit, Pennsylvania; Lane J. Murray and his wife, Vickie, Murray, Utah. 15 grandchildren; nine great-grandchildren; a brother Irlam B. Owen and his wife Margery, Midvile. Preceded in death by one brother, David Owen.
Funeral services will be held Wednesday, June 6, 1990 at 12 noon in the Crescent Park LDS 1st Ward 11350 So. 10th East. Friends may call at the Jenkins-Soffe Mortuary 4760 So. State, Tuesday evening from 6-8 p.m. and Wednesday 11:00-11:45 a.m. at the church. Interment Murray City Cemetery.
|Owen, Delsa (I2866)
|| Dennis Ruel Brown, 66, finished his work on earth Wednesday, September 22, at 7:30 p.m. He died as he lived -- working hard in the service of others. Dennis suffered a heart attack while helping one of his sons re-plumb his house in Tonica, Illinois.|
Dennis was born on Feb. 15, 1944 in Malad, Idaho, to Leo and Leora Brown. He spent his childhood milking cows, raising grain, fixing machines, wrestling and playing football. He enjoyed good relationships with his three brothers and one sister. He also was always a proud son and loved his parents very much. Though he wasn't a stranger to trouble as a young man, his sense of right and wrong was always strong and bright. He served a 21/2-year mission for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Santiago, Chile, and while there, he taught and baptized many people.
Once home from his mission, Dennis enrolled at Ricks College in Rexburg, Idaho, in 1967 and there met Laurie Sheffield. The two met in September, became engaged in October and were married in November in the Salt Lake City LDS Temple. This swift beginning led to a nearly 44-year marriage that produced four sons, four daughters-in-law and 13 grandchildren.
Except for a brief time working in the insurance industry, Dennis spent his entire professional career as a banker. Though he spent a good portion of those years in managerial and leadership positions, he was at his best as a loan officer, helping farmers and small-business owners in southeastern Idaho. Dennis was regularly recognized for his diligence and determination in doing the best job possible for people. In his career, he worked for First Security Bank, West One Bank, U.S. Bank, and, most recently, Zion's Bank.
Dennis also had a distinguished career in the United States National Guard. Enlisting in 1969, he was commissioned as an officer in 1970. His primary specialty was in logistics and he was awarded commendations for his abilities to plan and execute the movements and organization of hundreds of men and thousands of tons of equipment and food. Dennis always took great pride in his military service and in the experiences and friendships it brought him. He retired as a major after nearly 30 years in the Guard.
Though he had many accomplishments as a businessman and a soldier, Dennis Brown's greatest source of satisfaction in life was his family. He was devoted to his wife, Laurie, and never spared any effort or expense to make her comfortable and happy. He often remarked privately that he felt had "married up" and was lucky to be married to such a good woman.
He was deeply proud of each of his sons and considered them his best friends. Each new daughter-in-law brought him a new friendship and a new opponent in games like Monopoly and Acquire. As tough-minded and rough as Dennis could be, he was at his most tender and loving with his grandchildren. Each of his 13 grandchildren spent time balanced on his knee while he kissed his or her bald head, saying, "You are the best baby in the world. Yes, you are." In addition to his missionary service as a young man, Dennis served in Elders Quorum presidencies, High Priest Group leadership, as a home teacher, as a ward clerk, as a Sunday school teacher and as the instructor of a class on financial health.
Dennis rarely did things for himself. His main hobby was visiting his children and helping repair and improve their houses and their cars. He enjoyed mowing his neighbors' lawns and snow-blowing their sidewalks. He rarely waited to be asked to serve others, but instead simply did what needed to be done without waiting around for praise, thanks, or recognition. He was the very best of men. Those who knew him will miss him profoundly.
Dennis is survived by his wife, Laurie; and his four sons, Jason (Mindy), Mark (Suzanne), David (Melanie) and Daniel (Shalee). His grandchildren are Dylan, Megan, Kate, Jonah, Maryn, Avery, Parker, Brianna, Kyle, Kameron, Naomi, Hadley and Blake.
Dennis was preceded in death by his father, Leo; and his younger brother, Roy.
|Brown, Dennis Ruel (I7477)
|| Diane Bennett passed away peacefully on September 13, 2008 at age 50. Her struggles with various health problems and addiction are now over. |
Diane was born July 18, 1958 to Robert Owen and Virginia "Marie" Woodall Bennett in Salt Lake City, Utah. Diane had a passion for caring for people. Even as a mother of four she ran a daycare, was an EMT, brought 911 service to Iron County, and put herself through nursing school. She loved the elderly and cared for her grandmother and father in their last years. Diane felt that her greatest accomplishment was in her four children, and she was very proud of everything they did. We are very proud of her and especially her last several months with us. Everyone that met Diane loved her. We will miss her wild laugh, many animals, fun drawings, diverse hairdos, thrift store shopping sprees, giant cedar chest, enduring faith, and forgiving heart. Most of all, we will miss her love.
Diane is preceded in death by her father, Robert Owen Bennett and brother, Robert Allen Bennett. She is survived by her mother, Virginia "Marie" Bennett; children: John LeRoy (Jamie) Dillier, Heidi Diane Dillier (Mike Farrell), Joseph Peter (Stephani) Dillier III, Jennifer Marie (Nathan) Chipping; her children's father, Joseph Peter (Jennifer) Dillier II; siblings: Penny Marie (Steven) Talbot, Arlene (Richard) Winkelman, Virginia Martin and James Owen (Erin) Bennett. Diane's greatest joy at the end of her life came in spoiling her grandchildren: Alex (3 yrs), Lily (1 yr), and Max (3 mos).
A viewing will be held on Friday, September 19, 2008 from 6-8 p.m. at McDougal Funeral Home, 4330 South Redwood Road (1700 West).
Graveside Services will be held on Saturday, September 20, 2008 at 11 a.m. at Elysian Burial Gardens, 1075 East College Street (4580 South).
Published in the Deseret News from 9/17/2008 - 9/19/2008.
|Bennett, Diane (I1522)
|| Died in Life Care Center. Daughter of Charles S. and Ivy May Farley Yeaman. She was raised and educated in Utah and Idaho. After her marriage to Kermit Nordes, she lived in the state of Washington. Mr. Nordes preceded her in death in 1944. She married James Crompton Feb. 6, 1952, in Tacoma, WA. The couple lived in New Mexico, California and Alaska before moving to Newport in 1989. In 2003, they moved to McMinnville. Mrs. Crompton was a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, First Ward, McMinnville. Her family said she was a loving wife, mother and grandmother. She was preceded in death by her first husband and five brothers. She is survived by her husband of McMinnville; one daughter, Kaye Matsen of Laguna Niguel, CA; three sons, Vaughn Nordes of Riverbank, CA, stepson Ronald Crompton of Yamhill and stepson Phillip Crompton of Ashland; one brother, Gayle Tuck of Havre, MT; 14 grandchildren and 13 great-grandchildren.|
|Yeaman, Venice Lucille (I5165)
|| Douglas C. Worthen, 86, of Orem died Wednesday in Provo, Utah.|
He was born April 6, 1913,in Panguitch, Utah, a son of Samuel Arthur and Mary Alice Cameron Worthen. He married Myrtle Davis, March 21, 1938, in Devils Slide, Utah. Their marriage was solemnized in the Salt Lake LDS Temple October 16, 1941.He was raised and educated in Panguitch. He was an active member of the LDS Church residing in the Orem Sharon 4th Ward where he served in many capacities. He served as a temple worker at the Provo LDS Temple for many years.
Survivors include one daughter and four sons, Mrs. Richard (Mary Louise) Rigby of West Valley City, Melvin Douglas Worthen of Taylorsville, David Eugene Worthen of Bountiful, Richard Chris Worthen of Mesa, AZ, and Robert Samuel Worthen of Provo. He is also survived by 22 grandchildren; 33 great-grandchildren; two brothers and two sisters, Vee Worthen of Panguitch, Keith Worthen of Salt Lake City, Mrs. Eugene (Fay) Darger of Salt Lake City, Ms. Beth Nolf of Salt Lake City. He was preceded in death by his wife Myrtle, an infant son, a granddaughter, and a brother.
Funeral services will be held Wednesday, December 29, 1999, at 11 a.m. at the Sharon 4th Ward Chapel, 445 South 700 East, in Orem. Friends may call Tuesday from 7 to 9 p.m. at the Sundberg-Olpin Mortuary, 495 South State St., Orem, and also one hour prior to the service. Interment will be in the Orem City Cemetery.
|Worthen, Douglas C. (I1773)