Camilia Faye (Bolinder) Mead

Passed away suddenly in her home February 3rd, 2016. Cami was born August 30th, 1972 in Tooele UT to Sammy D Bolinder and Vickie Nausley. Cami was a loving daughter, sister, wife, mother, grandmother and friend. All who knew her would agree that she was always so willing to give and help others before herself. We have learned that through this tragedy she is still living her dream of helping everyone that she could by being an organ donor. She has already been able to help over 150 people in the first few days with many more to come. She was a large part of the Utah Foster Care Foundation, and always had a very soft spot in her heart for kids, and her four legged fur babies. She and Mike helped to raise over 50+ children being through the foundation or childcare. Cami was also an avid crafter and water skier, she loved being out on the water on papa’s boat and spending time with her family. No words can express how greatly she is loved and how intensely she will be missed by all that knew her. But we are comforted to know that she was welcomed into heaven with open arms by her grandparents, aunts, uncles and friends. Cami is survived by her parents Sam & Vickie Bolinder, brother Stephen (Michael) Bolinder, her loving husband Mike Mead, their five beautiful children Amber (Aaron) Greenup, Gabby, Wyatt, Darla, and Cody. As well as their two grandchildren Aiden and Brinlee (with another grandson on the way). She also leaves behind so many extended family and friends that will miss her deeply. A funeral will be held in her honor on Wednesday February 10th 2016, the Visitation will start at 10 am at the LDS Tooele 17th ward building 132 N 570 E in Tooele UT. With services starting at 11 am, Interment will follow at the Tooele City Cemetery. We ask that all who attend to wear pink in honor of Cami.
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Johnny Bryan Pitt

1951-2016
Returned to his Heavenly Home on January 30th 2016 (from a massive heart attack). He was loved, honored and respected by all those who knew him. The first thing most people were impressed with is what a kind heart he had. He had a wonderful way of loving everyone that he knew. He touched each of our lives with his example of Christ like love, patience, kindness and integrity. He was born (October 12, 1951) and raised in Tooele, Utah. Graduated from Tooele High school, lettering all 4 Years in swimming and went to state. Attended Southern Utah University then served a wonderful mission to the Cook Islands. He gave 8 years of service in the Army National Guard. He loved and played baseball, then coached a first place winning county rec. team. Some of his passions were hunting, hiking, muscle cars, politics and patriotism. But his first love was always his family, and friends, with a special place in his heart for his primary children. No words can express how greatly he is loved and how intensely he will be missed by all those privileged to know him. But we are comforted by the knowledge that there was great joy in Heaven, when he was welcomed home by his father and mother, Donald Bryan Pitt and Ruth Shields Pitt, many Grandparents, Aunts and Uncles who preceded him. Those of us left to carry on until we are able to be with him again, His wife; Mary W Pitt, Children; Bryan Pitt ( Rhonda) Richelle Morrison (Matt) Devan Pitt, Alia Pitt, and Trent Bello. Todd Bello, Trevor Bello and Tim Bello. Siblings; Craig Pitt (Dolene), Alan Pitt, Barry Pitt (Michelle), Peggy Pitt (Larry) and many, many grandchildren, great grand children, nieces, nephews, friends and neighbors. A viewing will be held Wednesday, February 3rd, at the LDS Overlake 4th Ward building (220 W 2200 N, Tooele) from 6:00 to 8:00pm. Funeral services will be held at the same location on Thursday, February 4th. A viewing will be held from 9:30 to 10:30 am and the funeral will be at 11:00 am. Interment will follow at Tooele City Cemetery (361 S 100 E, Tooele). Services entrusted with Didericksen Memorial, 435-277-0050.
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Pauline Nichols Walters

Pauline Nichols Walters passed away quietly at home and into Heaven January 17, 2016. Born March 11, 1921 to Limuel J. and Bernice (Barnes) Nichols in Winona Missouri. Preceded in death by husband Bradford T. Walters, parents, brothers Gene and Junior, daughter Louise (Larry) Wittenburg, son Bradford (Clara) Walters Jr., and one granddaughter Penny Walters. Survived by son Ronald (Margaret) Walters, daughter Clara (Brad) Walters, numerous grandchildren, great grandchildren, great-great grandchildren, brother Ivan and sisters Joyce and Esther Nichols. Talk to you later Mom. Funeral services will be held at 11:00 a.m. on Saturday, January 23rd at the First Baptist Church (235 W Main, Grantsville) with a viewing one hour prior at the same location. Interment will follow at Grantsville City Cemetery. Services entrusted with Didericksen Memorial, 435-277-0050.
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Ethan Patrick Hyde

Ethan Patrick Hyde, born March 17, 2000 to Jereme D Hyde and Jennifer Bratt Mecham, left us unexpectedly to rejoin his Father in Heaven on January 11, 2016. In Ethan's short time he touched many lives - family, friends and neighbors alike fondly remember his mischievous laugh, funny expressions, and sense of humor. Ethan loved to play basketball and soccer where his skill, effort and enthusiasm more than made up for any size disadvantage. He also enjoyed building with Lego, playing XBox, and eating anything with Sriracha sauce on it. He especially loved camping, fishing and hunting, and was very proud of his first successful deer hunt with his Dad in October. Ethan is dearly loved and is survived by his parents, stepfather Eric C Mecham, sisters Carlee and Melissa, brothers JD, Ryan and Shane, grandparents David & Connie Hyde, Ed & Stephanie Naglack, Bratts, Mechams and Hoopes, great grandmothers Shepherd & Rudy, many aunts & uncles, and 28 1st cousins. Funeral services will be held at 11:00 am on Monday, January 18th at the LDS Chapel located at 417 Benson Rd, Stansbury Park, Utah. A visitation will be held at 10:15 prior to services. Interment will follow at 3:00 pm at Santaquin City Cemetery. Services entrusted with Didericksen Memorial, 435-277-0050. Donations for funeral expenses are accepted at https://www.gofundme.com/cyj42knk.
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