Dianne Hoschouer
Marilyn Dianne Leavitt Hoschouer Born on February 17, 1947 passed away peacefully in her home surrounded by family on December 27, 2012. She is survived by her Husband, Lezlie Foster Hoschouer, and her six children: Leah Lorton, Julianne Gidney (Daniel), Daniel Hoschouer (Kimberly), Karla Misner (Michael), Miriam Scott (David), John Hoschouer (Jennifer), and 18 grandchildren. Dianne and Lezlie were married on January 22, 1968. Dianne spent her life in the service of her children and grandchildren and will be remembered in the hearts of many. We love you Mom and look forward to a time when we will be with you again. A memorial service will be held at 11:00 am on Tuesday, January 1, 2013 in the LDS chapel located at 583 North 270 East, Tooele, UT.
Raymond (Bud) Van Noy
Raymond DeMont (Bud) Van Noy passed away December 7, 2012 in Salt Lake City, Utah, at the age of 86. Born in Thayne, Wyoming, he was the third child of Abrum LeGrant Van Noy and Elva Coy. The family moved to Grantsville, Utah in 1942 where Bud attended school and excelled in the sports of football and basketball for Grantsville High School. During WWII Bud enlisted in the Navy and served in the South Pacific. After returning home from the service, he attended the University of Utah and later married Margaret Judd on June 11, 1948, in the Salt Lake Temple. Bud and Margaret are the parents of four children: Margaret, Bill Ray, Robyn, and David. Bud worked at the Tooele Army Depot and at the time of his retirement in 1985 he was Chief of Quality Control. While employed he received numerous honors for his work. Bud had a sincere passion for excellence in all that he did. Building homes, in both Utah and Washington, of beauty and durability for his family became an area where this passion for perfection served him well. He was a faithful member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day-Saints. He had a testimony of the gospel which he shared with anyone who was willing to listen. He served as Bishop of the Clark Ward in Grantsville for six years and established a great trust with the ward members. After retirement, Bud and Margaret moved to Washington State. In Washington, he served in various church callings including many years of service in the Bishop’s Storehouse where he once again made long and lasting friendships. Bud is survived by his daughters Margaret Van Noy, Robyn (Loren) Barber, as well as seven grandchildren and eight great grandchildren. He is also survived by his sisters: Shirley Worthington, Donna (Stan) Ward and a brother, Bill Van Noy. Bud was preceded in death by his wife Margaret, his sons Bill Ray and David, as well as his sisters Beulah Anderson, Betty Horner, and brother Virl Van Noy. Services will be held Saturday, December 15, 2012 at the Grantsville Stake Center, 550 E. Durfee Street. There will be a viewing at 10:00 a.m. followed by the service at 11:00 a.m. Burial will be at the Grantsville City Cemetery next to his beloved wife, Margaret. Services entrusted with Didericksen Memorial 435-277-0050.
Eyrelynn Lyndy Kimber
Our precious little angel returned home to the loving arms of our Heavenly Father on December 6, 2012. Eyrelynn Lyndy Kimber was born to her parents Brandon Kimber and Melanie Rydalch on May 2, 2011. Eyrelynn spread sunshine everywhere she went. She had the most beautiful smile and the cutest voice. Anyone who ever met Eyrelynn knew there was truly something special about her. She was loved dearly by everyone she ever came in contact with. She was daddy’s little girl and no one could have ever loved her more. Everyone should be at ease knowing that this perfect little baby Eyrelynn will have a seat in the highest kingdom of Heaven. Eyrelynn is survived by her parents; older brother Eastdon; grandparents Traci Holbert, Don and Natalie Kimber, Ron and Giselle Rydalch; great-grandmother Sharon Callister and great-grandfather Arnold Coffield; many aunts, uncles, cousins and friends. Funeral services will be held Wednesday, December 12, 2012 at the Grantsville West Stake Center, 115 E. Cherry Street. There will be a viewing at 10:30-11:30 a.m. followed by the service at 12:00 p.m. Interment will be at the Grantsville City Cemetery next to her great-grandpa Gary Callister. Services entrusted with Didericksen Memorial 435-277-0050.
Clara Judd Hill
Clara Judd Hill passed away peacefully at the home of family on the morning of December 3, 2012. She was survived by her two sons, Nathan Dopp (Sandra) and Stephen Orgill (Pamela), numerous stepchildren, 9 grandchildren, and 15 great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her husband, Joseph Hill; her parents, William and Bessie Judd; brother, George Judd; and sisters, Ruth King and Margaret Van Noy. Claire was born January 19, 1923 in Grantsville, Utah. She graduated from Grantsville High School in 1940. She was a faithful member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and served in the Central States Mission as a young adult. As an adult she later served a genealogical mission in Oakland, California. In addition, she later served as a temple worker in the Jordan River Temple baptistry for 9 years. She was retired from the Alameda County Health Department where she worked as a heath center manager. In 2001 she married her friend, missionary companion, and Eternal companion, Joseph Hill. She had missed Joe greatly in the past two years since his passing. Claire had a great love for genealogy and family. She enjoyed the abundant time she had throughout her life with her grandchildren and great-grandchildren. She loved to keep current with the news and had a passion for local and world events. She intends to continue this passion by voting in numerous upcoming elections over the years in key swing states. Claire will be missed immensely by many family and friends who knew her. She will also be celebrated in her long-awaited reunion with many of those close to her whom she had loved and lost over the years. Funeral services will be held in her honor Saturday, December 8 at 12:00 pm at the LDS chapel at 1272 E. Walden Ln, Draper, UT. There will be a viewing prior to services at 11:00 am. Interment will be Grantsville City Cemetery. Special thanks to Pam Orgill for her loving care in the final years of Claire’s life. Family would also like to thank Jodi Swayt, Brittany Daw, and Amanda Farish for their compassionate service. Services entrusted with Didericksen Memorial 435-277-0050.
Loya S. Beck
Loya Charmaine Shields Beck, 82, of Tooele, Utah passed away on Oct. 31, 2012 in Tooele Utah. Loya was the oldest Daughter of Vernon W. and Alice L. Shields. Loya graduated from Tooele High School in 1948 and then married Ray P. Beck in the Salt Lake Temple on Jan. 25, 1951. Loya gave many years of service in her various Church callings and also served as the President of the Utah Daughters of Pioneers. Loya loved poetry, art, and music and was a beautiful pianist and artist. She loved her family dearly and they were the center of her life. Loya is survived by her sisters Marlene Clawson, Verna Cowdell, and her four children: V. Roger Beck, Lawrence R. Beck, Donna M Allison, and Joseph A. Beck. As well as her many grand and great-grand children. A Viewing will be held from 10 am to 12 pm and Funeral Services will follow starting at 12:30 pm on Wed. Nov. 7, 2012 at the Tooele South Stake Center. (1025 Southwest Drive, Tooele, Utah.)
Oscar JD Nelson
Oscar JD Nelson,88 of Mapleton, Utah, previously of Cave Creek, Arizona, passed away on October 28th, 2012. JD was born in Thatcher, Arizona on May 6, 1924 to Delos Barney Nelson and Flora May Chlarson. He was married to Aloha Triphahn who died in 1985 and later to Norma Kalae Knight. 

 JD served his country proudly in the U.S. Navy during WWII. Upon returning home he worked in various employments, finally becoming one of the best HVAC technicians in the Phoenix area. He was a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. JD is survived by his wife, Kalae, 5 children, 15 grandchildren and 14 great-grandchildren. Funeral arrangements will be held at Thatcher 7th Ward (4050 W. 2nd St.) Thatcher, Arizona, 85552 on Thursday, November 1st at 12:00 PM. In lieu of flowers, please contribute to the LDS Missionary Fund.
Haylee Hall
Our loving daughter, grand-daughter, aunt, niece, cousin and friend, Haylee (Sassafrass) Hall returned to her Heavenly Father on October 18, 2012. She was born September 26, 1982 in Salt Lake City, Utah to Kevin and Debra Jefferies Hall. Haylee graduated from Grantsville High School, where she was voted her senior year as Class Clown. Haylee married the love of her life, John Daly, July 11, 2003; she was the proud step-mother of Kyle Daly. Later divorced. She was a volunteer at the Grantsville Senior Citizen Center, providing caring, happy service to a group of people she dearly loved. Haylee was a lover of animals and cared for many pets throughout her life. The highlights of her life were her 3 nieces and 2 nephews whom she teased, entertained, loved and adored. She had a distinctive and contagious laugh and she brought much spirit and joy to those who had the privilege of knowing her. Her kindness, sense of humor and smile warmed the hearts of many and she will be greatly missed by her friends and family. She was a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. Haylee is survived by her parents, Kevin and Debbie Hall; brother Dustin and sister-in-law Jamie Hall, and brother Josh Hall, all of Grantsville, Utah. Her nephews, Drake and Baylor Hall and her nieces, Aspen, Kimber and Gracie Mae Hall; her grandmother, Barbara Jefferies of Grantsville. Aunts, uncles, cousins and friends. Preceded in death by grandparents, Clyde Jefferies, Glade Hall and Suzanne Parker. Funeral services will be held at 12 noon on Wednesday, October 24, 2012 at the Grantsville Utah West Stake Center, 115 East Cherry Street. A viewing will be held at the same location, Tuesday evening, October 23, 2012, from 6 to 8 p.m. and Wednesday from 10:00 to 11:30 a.m. prior to the service. Haylee’s family wishes to extend thanks for the care Haylee received from the doctors, nurses and staff at the University of Utah Neuro-Psychiatric Institute, the University of Utah Hospital Intensive Care Unit, and first responders from Grantsville City and Mountain West Medical Center. Haylee was an organ donor.
Lewis Evan Wrathall
1924-2012, Lewis Evan Wrathall passed away peacefully in his sleep the evening of Thursday October 4th, 2012 in a Salt Lake Hospital. Lewis was born March 4th, 1924 in Grantsville, UT. Raised by his parents: James Leslie Wrathall and Mary Estelle Barrus Wrathall. Lewis grew up with Sisters: Mrs. Pennina Wooley, Barbara Applewhite, Mrs. Wesley (Alice) Peterson and brother: Theodore Roosevelt Wrathall. Lewis was a loving son, husband, father, grandfather and friend. He is well known for his generosity, putting others before himself. He served in the U.S. Army during World War II and earned a living as a General Contractor. Lewis was preceded in death by his wife, Laprelle (Price) Wrathall, mother, father and four siblings. Survived by his son Courtney Lewis Wrathall and two granddaughters: Chelsea Lou Wrathall and Whitney Lee Whatcott (Husband: Jordan Ames Whatcott). Special thanks to the wonderful and caring staff of Highland Care Center. A Graveside service will be held Wednesday, October 10th, 2012, 1:00 PM at the Grantsville City Cemetery. Services entrusted with Didericksen Memorial 435-277-0050.

Fred Cummings
Fred W. Cummings passed away peacefully in his home on September 21, 2012. He was born October 15, 1946 to William and Lucille Cummings. He married Sandra Kasalek on February 13, 2007 in Magna, Utah. Fred was preceded in death by his parents; his son Randy; and sisters Pauline and Annie. Survived by his wife, Sandra; children Fred Jr. and Doug; 6 step children Melvin, Beverly, Etta, Ginger, Tony, Misty; and 18 grandchildren. He was a man with a very kind and gentle heart and he will be greatly missed. A memorial will be held Wednesday, September 26, 2012 at 1:00 pm at the LDS church, 8059 W. 2700 S. in Magna. Interment will take place at Valley View Cemetery.

Alice L. Green
Our Beloved Mother Alice L. Green returned to her Father In Heaven on September 7, 2012, in Grantsville, Utah. She was born September 22, 1921 in Princeton, Missouri to Samuel Allen and Chloe Lorlean Davenport. She married Garth S. Green on Dec 7, 1940. They were sealed in the LDS Jordan River Temple in 1988. She was very involved in her ward and neighborhood. She contributed hundreds of hand made quilts and clothing to the Humanitarian center and her items were sent throughout the world. Alice loved to create beautiful things and the gifts she made for her family will always be cherished. Her Husband, a sister, two brothers, a grandson, and great granddaughter preceded her in death. Everyone who knew her will miss her. She is survived by her 9 children, Janice (Monte) Thomas, Richard (Valerie) Green, Cheryl (Dave) Mallet, Terry (Molly) Green, Diane (Larry) Pearce, Rodney (Jackie) Green, Sally (Merle) Larsen, Debra (Kent) Omer, Shelly (Collin) Seele, 39 grandchildren, 59 great grandchildren, and 5 great great grandchildren. Services to be held at the LDS Church 415 West Apple, Grantsville, Utah. Viewing Monday Sept 10, from 6 to 8 pm, and from 10-11 am Tuesday September 11, funeral service to follow. Services entrusted with Didericksen Memorial 435-277-0050.
William L. Page
William L. Page, son of John Samuel, and Ellen Gertrude Firth Page was born March 6, 1925 in Salt Lake City, Utah. He died on September 2, 2012 from causes due to age. Bill honorably served in the US Army for three years during WW2. After the war he joined the Salt Lake City Fire department serving at Station #1 downtown Salt Lake, retiring as Captain of the Sugarhouse Fire Station in 1983. He served for several years on the board of directors of the Salt Lake City Fireman’s Credit Union. Bill enjoyed life, boating, camping and gardening, with family and firemen friends. He is survived by Vickie (Jay) Weyland and Connie (Jason) McClellen, and by a son Ron (Linda) Page along with 9 grandchildren and 11 great grandchildren. He was preceded in death by wife Joan Burt Page, sons Glen and Vern Page, and grandson Eric Weyland. A viewing will be held on September 7, 2012 from 9:00 a.m. to 9:45 a.m. at the Millcreek 2nd Ward (4220 S. 420 E). Graveside services and Interment will be at the Brigham City Cemetery.
Keith J. Allen
Keith Jay Allen quietly and peacefully passed away surrounded by his loving family on Aug. 31. He was born May 2, 1929 in Tooele to George and Grace Allen. He played the cornet in high school and had a great love for music. He graduated from Tooele High School. He served a full-time LDS mission in the Western states. He married the love of his life, JoAnn Dingemanse, on Nov. 21, 1951 in the Salt Lake Temple. Together they raised six children. Keith ran the family business, Allen’s Foodtown, for many years starting at a young age. He worked for USU Tooele for 15 years and enjoyed serving and mingling with the students. He was known for going above and beyond, clearing off the student’s windshields on snowy nights. He enjoyed working in his yard. His rose garden was his pride and joy and loved sharing the beautiful blooms with people he loved. He served many positions in the church. Many people in the church relied on Keith because of his knowledge of the gospel. He loved his savior and redeemer. Keith was preceded in death by his parents, George and Grace Allen, his son Keith and grandson Loren. Keith is survived by his wife JoAnn, his brother George (Alene) Allen, sister Marjorie Nelson, children John (Kathy) Allen, George (Roxie) Allen, Jo Keith, James Allen and Joyce Allen, 19 grandchildren, 22 great-grandchildren and three more on the way. Services will be held Sept. 7 at noon at the Tooele 11th Ward building, 180 S. Coleman Street. A viewing will be held Sept. 6 from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. at the same location. There will also be a viewing one hour prior to services on Friday. Special thanks to Harmony Home Health and Hospice and Dr. Jay Spector. Very special thanks to Julie, Barbara and Guy.
Harold Gene Gillit, born April 16, 1932 went to be with the Lord on August 20, 2012. He passed away peacefully in his sleep while surrounded by his loving family and friends. The family wishes to thank Harmony Home Health and Hospice for their loving and tender care of Harold and the family during his last days. He is preceded in death by his wife Frances, mother and father, brother Donald Bradford Gillit, sister Virginia Anne Gillit Armstrong, sister Kay Frances Gillit Mitchell, and Kenneth Rex Gillit. Harold is survived by his loving wife Jan, his three children Bruce (Mary), Helen, Steven (Cameron), two step children Scott Okerlund, Tina Okerlund Roberts (Mark), Grandchildren, Elijah Gillit, Cody, Jordan, Casey, Megan, Keenan Roberts. Memorial services will be held on Saturday, August 25th at 11:00 am at Grace Community Bible Church located at: 11600 South 1300 East, Sandy Utah. Friends may call one hour prior to the service at the Church. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Grace Community Bible Church.
Florence Brown
Florence Louise Jackman Brown was born November 24, 1930 in Salem, Utah to Perry and Beulah Jackman. She married Keith Devone Brown on April 28, 1951 in Salem, Utah. She lived in Salem and Pleasant Grove, Utah before moving to Stockton, Utah where she raised her children. She passed away peacefully on August 5, 2012 at her home in Tooele, Utah. She was preceded in death by her parents, her husband Devone Brown, 2 brothers, Vern Jackman and Richard Jackman, 1 sister Mae Brown, and 2 children Daniel Brown and Laura Brown. She is survived by her 2 sisters, Rose Boice of Washington Terrace, Utah and Trudy Hunter of Spanish Fork, Utah, her children, William Brown of Lehi, Utah, Jerry (Mary) Brown of Grantsville, Utah, and Nadine (Don) West of Stockton, Utah as well as 5 grandchildren, Don (Jamie) West Jr., Josie West, Sandy (Justin) Bourget, and Tim (Melissa) West all of Stockton and Nick (Jenny) Brown of West Jordan and 8 great grandchildren. We wish to express our thanks and gratitude to Barbara and Sheralyn from Harmony Home Health care for their help and kindness during the past year. A viewing will be held Wednesday August 8, 2012 at 11:00 am at the Stockton LDS church building located at 405 N. Connor Ave. in Stockton followed by a graveside service and interment at the Tooele City Cemetery. Services entrusted with Didericksen Memorial 435-277-0050.
Paula Bramall Humphrey
Paula passed away July 29, 2012. She was born on May 23, 1976, 2 ½ months early to Sam and Ruth Bramall in Nephi. She married her high school sweetheart Tom Humphrey. After a four-year long battle, Paula fought to the very end, never wanting to succumb to the evil disease cancer. Over those four years she showed her four children that sometimes you have to fight to get what you want. She is an inspiration to her children. She heard and took on the song Fight like a Girl, and lived it through this hard trial. Her children, Maddy (12), Nicki (10), Tommy D (8), and Callie (6) learned so much from her, more than she will ever knew. She fought for her children who were the light of her life. Paula is survived by her Husband Tom, children Maddy, Nicki, Tommy D, and Callie, her father Sam, her sisters Coralee (Bruce) Olsen, Laura (Jim) Oviatt, brothers Frank (Monica) Bramall, Sam (Jenna) Bramall. Her in-laws Tom and Ginger Humphrey, Valerie (Tim) Pedigo, Robyn (Kevin) Kopaunik, Rachel (Kenji) Shipp and so many uncles, aunts, nieces and nephews. She is preceded in death by her mother Ruth. Funeral services will be held on Thursday August 2, 2012 at 11:00 am with a viewing starting at 9:00. It will be held at the Tooele 4/14th ward building at 200 W 200 S in Tooele, UT. Internment and grave dedication will be at the Tooele City Cemetery immediately following the services. Services entrusted with Didericksen Memorial 435-277-0050.
Elizabeth "Betty" Haws
Betty Haws, 87, passed peacefully from this life on Tuesday, 24 July, 2012, surrounded by her family. She was born 15 March, 1925 in Springville, Utah to William and Bella Bird Bringhurst. She grew up in Springville and graduated from Springville High School – class of 1943. She married Melvin A. Brandon in 1944, later divorced. They had one son, Joe Allen (Maureen) Brandon. She married Ralph J. Haws on 13 September, 1946 in Lehi, Utah. They were later sealed in the Salt Lake Temple. Their children are Ray Lee (Julie) Haws, Betty Ann Moss, Linda (Michael) Coleman, Carol (Randy) Caldwell, Mary Lou (Lawrence) Beck. She has 17 grandchildren, 45 great grandchildren and 2 great, great grandchildren. She served in many callings in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints and especially loved the Primary. Betty wrote song lyrics and painted scenery for many roadshows. Her other talents include drawing, oil painting, sewing, crocheting, and gardening. She wrote poetry and was known for her Christmas poems. She played the spoons and loved to sing. She worked with girl scouts and 4-H and volunteered in the reading program at the elementary school. She dearly loved her family and family reunions. She will be greatly missed. She was preceded in death by her husband, parents, nine siblings and one great grandchild. The viewing and the funeral will be held at the LDS Church at 180 South Coleman. Viewing will be Friday, July 27, 2012 from 6:00 to 8:00 pm. The funeral will on Saturday, July 28, 2012 at 10:00 with viewing one hour prior to the service. Interment will be at the Tooele City Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, consider a donation to the Huntsman Cancer Center in Salt Lake City. Condolences may be shared at www.didericksenmemorial.com
Joan Page
Joan Burt Page, wife of William L Page and daughter of Julius C Burt and Thora M Madsen Burt, was born May 26, 1931 in Salt Lake City, Utah.  She died suddenly of a heart attack at home on July 11, 2012.  Her greatest joy was her family and she spent her life dedicated to them.  She is survived brother Bob (LaVon) Burt, daughters Vickie (Jay) Weyland and Connie (Jason) McClellen, and by a son Ron (Linda) Page along with 10 grandchildren and 11 great grand children.  She was preceded in death by sons Glen and Vern Page.  Funeral services will be held on July 18, 2012 at the LDS Church located at 4558 S. 600 E. at 11:00 a.m. with a viewing 1 hour prior.  Interment will be in Brigham City Cemetery.  Services entrusted with Didericksen Memorial 435-277-0050.


Keith Edward Wanlass
After a brief battle with leukemia Keith Edward Wanlass returned to his Heavenly Father on Thursday June 28, 2012. Ed was born January 21, 1946 to Keith and Catherine Wanlass, in Salt Lake City Utah. He grew up in Grantsville, Utah. He graduated from Grantsville High School and continued on to play football at Snow College. Ed finished his education at Utah State University.Ed was a faithful member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints he served a faithful mission in Uruguay. Also served in many leadership and teaching callings. Ed worked many years in law enforcement with both the Ogden Police Department and Tooele County Sheriff Department. After leaving law enforcement he worked as a chemist from Cargill Salt where he retired in 2008. Ed enjoyed camping, rock hounding,and his greatest passion scouting. Ed had many talents including, painting, jewelry making, leatherwork and storytelling. Ed is survived by his wife Pamela K. Degelbeck, daughter Racheal Wanlass-Silva, sons Travis (Charity) Reynolds and Keith Kaed (Adrianna) Wanlass , grandchildren Felicity (Ben) Gotsch, Michael & Brue Silva, Amber, Haley, Landon, Tee Reynolds, two sisters Jan (Terry) Baird, JoAnn (Anthony) Leonelli and many nieces and nephews. Preceded in death by his parents, and two younger sisters Julia Kay Wanlass and Jean Bolinder Elwell. Funeral services will be held on Friday, July 6, 2012 at 11:00 am 81 North Church Street Grantsville, Utah with a viewing Thursday evening from 6-8pm also one hour prior to funeral services. Interment will follow at the Grantsville City Cemetery. In lieu of flowers donations may be made to the Great Salt Lake Boy Scout Council. Services entrusted with Didericksen Memorial 435-277-0050.
John Van Kampen
John Van Kampen, who was a short term resident of Grantsville (11 years), passed away June 15 at the age of 70 at his house at 29 N. Meadow Lark Circle, Grantsville. He was surrounded by his wife, Terry and three loving dogs. His two cats even came out of hiding and were on the dresser watching and wondering why two of the dogs were howling so hard and long. John was born in Sneek, Holland, on Dec. 5, 1941. All 10 of the kids in his family and his parents came to America by boat May 18, 1955. They lived in Cypress, Calif. John and Terry retired to Grantsville in 2001. John worked for a while making campers. Then they started the Parkway Motor Home business. From there he worked for a while at Home Depot and lastly he went to work for Chaparrel Motorcycle Distributing where he worked as a salesman until he left California. John served in the United States Army and will be buried in California with full honors at the Army cemetery in July 2012. John is survived by Theresa C. Van Kampen, his wife of 42 years, three dogs whom he loved deeply and two cats he hardly ever saw because they did not really like him. There will be a celebration of his life on the day of his 42nd wedding anniversary, June 28 at 6 p.m. at the Ninth Ward building located off West Street in Grantsville. Everyone who knew John will be welcome. John was the baby of 10 children. He leaves behind a very large family, both from his side and his wife’s, too large to name them all. You know who you are and he loved every one of you. In lieu of flowers the family is requesting donations to be made to the homeless children in Salt Lake City in the name of Theresa C. Van Kampen.

Dennis Ryan Orgill
Dennis Ryan Orgill, our beloved husband, father, brother, grandfather, and friend passed away at home on May 13, 2012. Dennis was born in Salt Lake City, Utah on February 11, 1943, the second of four sons, to Willis and Vearis Orgill. Dennis grew up in Grantsville, graduated from Grantsville High School and attended BYU after serving in the North British LDS Mission. He married Judith Simmonds in the Salt Lake Temple on May 27, 1966. Dennis spent 38 years in a career at the Tooele Army Depot. Dennis was a faithful member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints and held many callings over the years. He was a talented artist and is often remembered for his keen sense of humor and quick wit. Dennis found his greatest joy in spending time with his children and grandchildren. While we mourn his passing, we rejoice in the knowledge that we will one day be reunited with him. His family would like to extend a special thanks to Harmony Home Health & Hospice for their compassionate care. Dennis was preceded in death by his parents and brothers Joel, Matthew, and Jon. Survived by his wife, Judy; children Steven (Michele) Orgill, Kevin (Julie) Orgill, Susan (Craig) Ratcliffe, Karen (Jim) Holt, Diane (Darin) Leslie, Alison (Rob) Ferguson, Ryan (Stefanie) Orgill, and Sharon (James) Anderson; brothers Glenn “Ef” Orgill, Von Orgill, Nathan “Skip” Dopp, Steve Orgill, Mark Orgill, Ted Orgill; sisters Kathy Skene, Kerri Beckloff, Leslie McLean, Lisa Evertson, and Loni Mitchell; and 33 grandchildren. A viewing will be held Friday, May 18, 2012, from 6:00-8:00pm at the Clark 2nd Ward, 81 Church Street, Grantsville, and Saturday, May 19, 2012, from 10:00-11:30am, prior to the funeral service at 12:00pm. Interment will be at the Grantsville City Cemetery.
Michael Valdez
“Cowboy Mike” Our beloved “Cowboy Mike” returned to our Heavenly Father while at home surrounded by family and friends. Michael Matthew Valdez was born 9/16/62 in Salt Lake City to Roger and Steffie Valdez. He was lovingly raised by Robert(father) and Steffie Valdez in the West Valley/Kearns area with his 7 brothers and sisters. Mike had 2 beautiful daughters Mindi Lee Herzog & Melissa Camille Valdez. Mike worked in the ICU Medical Building for 32 years where he met the love of his life in 1990. His “Baby Face” Lisa. They married on 2/29/92. Lisa had 3 children Tessie, Christopher and Antonio Montoya. In 1992 they had Michael Jesse X-On Valdez. 6 children in all. Mike enjoyed spending time playing and watching football, softball, fishing, hunting, 4 wheeling, camping, singing, watching John Wayne movies and “cruzing” on his Harley. Mike was always surrounded with family and friends. Mike was the most loyal Dallas Cowboy’s fan he never missed a game, he was even able to attend a few games with family and friends. Mike’s constant smile and playful attitude brought joy to all he met. Mike was a unique individual with the most beautiful soul. “Love you like a rock” To all who participated in the benefits that were held to aid in Mike’s battle with cancer Thank you! Special thanks to the Huntsman Cancer Institute and Community Nursing Service Hospice. Mike is survived by his wife Lisa and their children: Michael Jesse X-on Valdez, Mindi Lee(Jimmy) Herzog, Melissa (Cody) Henderson, Tessie, Christopher, and Antonio (Vanessa) Montoya 11 grandchildren 5 of which Mike and Lisa adopted. Parents: Robert and Steffie Valdez, Pricilla Valdez, Joe and Tessie Santistevan. Brothers: Tony (Laura) Valdez, Steve (Nancy) Valdez, Robert Valdez and Roger (Dawn) Valdez. Sisters: Julie Valdez, Valerie Leo, Tonya Juarez, Trista (Bryan) Byerly, Liz (Jared) Crane, Jessica Valdez. Grandparents: Jose and Gertrude Aragon, Manuel and Benina Olonia. In-laws: Bridget (Carlos) Valle-Torres, Natalie (Anthony)Trujillo & Manny (Belinda) Lizarraga. Mike is preceded in death by: Father Roger Valdez, Grandparents Jose & Maria Valdez, Refugio Ponce & Jean E. Saldivar, Gelasia Banda, Nephew Chase Covington, Tio Floyd Romero, Tio Robert Aragon and Cousin Lisa Ortega, Cousin Frankie Aragon. Funeral services will be held Wed, 5/16/12, at 11:00 am at the Life Church, 4700 S 3818 W, WVC. There will be a viewing the night prior from 6-8 pm at the same location, as well as an hour prior the the service. Mikes “Last Ryde” will take him to his final resting place at the Tooele Cemetery 361 South 100 East. All Motorcycles are encouraged to be a part of his final ride.
Eric Michael Weyland
Eric was born Oct. 13, 1980 and died April 30. Eric came into this life five weeks early and left far too soon. Eric passed away from injuries received in a fall at home. His love was for his family and dog, Shasta. His days were spent doing small, thoughtful acts of kindness for his family. Eric was preceded in death by his grandparents, Bennett and Dete Weyland. Survivors include parents, Jay and Vickie, sisters Cristy (Brent) and Sherrie (Ryan), brother Kevin (Whitney) and grandparents Bill and Joan Page. Graveside services were held May 3. Internment was in the Grantsville Cemetery. Eric, we love you.
Rodger Blair Jenks
Rodger Blair Jenks quietly returned home to his Heavenly Father on Wednesday April 18,2012. He is the son of William Lavon Jenks and Delsa Jolly Jenks. He was born on December 31, 1934, almost being a New Year's baby. Rodger had an explorer type personality and was always moving around the country finding all types of jobs. He finally settled in Grantsville where he has been for the last fourteen years. He is an active member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. He is survived by two sisters, Glenda Kearns and Corliss Dunbar, and one brother, Donnie Jenks. also one son, Rodger Kim Jenks. Waiting to meet him in heaven are his parents, and two sisters, Vardella Smithhart and Velva Phelps. Services will he held. Saturday April 21,2012 with a viewing at the Willow Creek Community Center in Grantsville, Ut. from 11:00am to 12 Noon. A graveside service will follow at the Redwood Memorial Cemetery, 6500 So Redwood Road West Jordan, Ut.

Ruth Alice Cordova
June 2, 1934 - April 3, 2012. Our "gramma" and mother Alice passed away peacefully early Tuesday morning due to an age related illness. Alice was a kind caring person who's first thought was always of those around her. She was very devoted to her family, especially her great grandchildren. She was a nurturing, loving, outgoing person who loved nothing more than to spoil her grandkids, and great grandkids. She was always giving us a 'thumbs up' to let us know she was okay. The lessons she taught us will always carry on in the people she has helped us become. She will always be in our hearts, and thoughts. She will be greatly missed. She is preceded in death by her parents Pablo and Maria Fernandez, 6 siblings, Salomon Cordova, Matt Lohman, and many other family members. She is survived by her children Mary Lohman, Orsenia 'Jo' Lohman (Jimmy), Patricia Griego (Bill), Ben Lohman (Karen), and Matt Lohman Jr. as well as her 7 grandchildren, 10 great grandchildren, her very special nieces Georgia and Christine Martinez, and too many cousins and other family members to list. Services will be held at the San Felipe Catholic Church in Wendover Utah at 11:00 a.m. Monday morning. The viewing will be held 1 hour prior to the services. Afterwards around 2:30 p.m. she will be laid to rest in Rush Valley, Utah."In every heart... awaits your angel."

Kenneth Wayne Scott
Kenneth Wayne Scott, 75, passed away peacefully March 25 in Tooele, UT after a courageous eleven-year battle with Alzheimer’s. Beloved by all who knew him, he lived a life of perfect integrity, unquenchable optimism, and Christ-centered service. Wayne was born November 6, 1936 in Washington, D.C. to Kenneth LeRoy and Mary Eliza Whittle Scott, the fourth of five sons. His early years consisted of taking music lessons, making things in the family wood shop, entertaining friends, and working on the family farm. His parents taught him the value of hard work, entrepreneurship, and deep spiritual values.
He developed his musical and artistic gifts at an early age, playing a trombone duet with Tommy Dorsey (a famous band leader of his day), playing in a dance band, and creating his own cartoon strips, simple sketches, wood carvings and wood shop projects. He continued to nurture these artistic abilities and used them to earn his Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Industrial Design at the University of Kansas.
After graduation and completing basic training for the United States Air Force, he married Ann Bassett on November 20, 1961 in the Salt Lake Temple for time and eternity. Together, they raised five daughters and one son and were uncommonly dedicated, creative, and compassionate parents. He earned his Master of Science in Education degree from the State University of New York while being a very attentive father.
Wayne served in many capacities for the LDS church. He took every opportunity to share his testimony of the restored gospel of Jesus Christ, contributing significantly to the church’s missionary effort. Because he was a regional Public Communications Director in the nation’s capital at historic times, he played an important part in America’s Bicentennial Celebration and in the dedication of the Washington, D.C. temple.
He and Ann founded The American Family Society, a nonprofit organization to help strengthen families, and dedicated the majority of his career to this cause. Through this organization, he was involved in many singular experiences. He helped produce television and radio shows. His writings were published in national magazines and in local and national newspapers. He was interviewed on many talk shows, including a national network television show, “The Today Show”, and was a guest speaker at meetings and conventions, presenting at a number of workshops. He provided family-building resources and ideas to over a million families in the United States and in some foreign countries through The Million Dollar Round Table and the United States military. Through all this, he associated with US Presidents, heads of major organizations, celebrities, and other notable people, yet he always remained characteristically humble and focused on serving others.
During the last eleven years of his life, he remained cheerful, kind and courageous, while Ann loyally shouldered the increasingly difficult responsibility of caregiving with poise and remarkable strength. Their family is deeply indebted to the members of the Millpond ward, to Tracey Ridley (hospice), and to Mary and John Pitt, who cared for Wayne during his last month on Earth.
He will be remembered with deep love for his thoughtful, compassionate, and upbeat nature, his enthusiasm in sharing the gospel and promoting the well-being of families, his sense of humor, his love of art and music, and for his unwavering devotion to the Lord.
Wayne is survived by his wife of fifty years, Ann Bassett Scott, children Shannon Jensen (Kim), Cathie Frost (Rick), Andrew Scott (Vicki), Lorraine States (David), Kim Meyers (Carl) and Carrie Scott; twenty-two grandchildren; one great-grandchild and one on the way; brothers Gerald, Richard, Walter and Mitch; and many nephews and nieces.
Wayne’s funeral will take place Monday morning, April 2nd, at 11 am at a local meetinghouse, 417 E Benson Rd, Stansbury Park, UT. There will be a viewing in the ward building from 6-8 pm on Sunday evening and at 10 am before the funeral. The internment will take place in the afternoon at Wasatch Lawn Memorial Park in Salt Lake City. In lieu of flowers, the family requests that memorial contributions be sent to the LDS Humanitarian Fund (give.LDS.org/memory ).

George Samuel Parkinson
George Samuel Parkinson, born October 15, 1964, passed away early Sunday morning March 25, 2012 due to complications from a heart attack. George was born to Claude H. Parkinson and Maralee Skogerboe Parkinson in Magna, Utah. He married Jody Holt on November 11, 1988 in Grantsville, Utah. The marriage was later solemnized in the Salt Lake Temple. George was the proud father of two sons; Jake and George. George graduated from Grantsville High School in 1983 where he participated in various sports and served as FFA President. George graduated from Utah State University in 1988 with a Bachelors of Science Degree in Industrial Technology with a speciality in welding. At the time of his passing he was working for FLSmidth in Procurement of custom built mining equipment. He is survived by his wife Jody, sons Jake and George, parents Claude and Maralee Parkinson, sisters Doelene (Craig) Pitt, Pat Parkinson, and Krista (Bryan) Sparks. All reside in Grantsville. George was of member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints and held many positions and loved to serve. George made many lasting and close friendships during his lifetime and cherished all of them. George had a love of Grantsville and a love of the outdoors, especially spending time with his dogs and hunting. George was a wonderful provider, father and husband and will be greatly missed by all who knew and loved him. Funeral services will be held at the Grantsville Stake Center at 550 E. Durfee St. in Grantsville. Special thanks to the University of Utah medical staff for their compassion and diligence. Viewing will be held Friday, March 30 from 6 - 8 pm and from 10:30 - 11:30 on Saturday, March 31 with services starting at 12:00. Internment will be at the Grantsville City Cemetery. Funeral services provided by Didericksen Memorial.

Patrick J. Ciervo, Sr.
Our loving father, grandfather, and great-grandfather Patrick Joseph Ciervo, 93 or as he would jokingly say he was 103. Known as the “Candy Man”, he passed away on March 12 peacefully in his sleep. He was born on October 12, 1918 in Reading, PA, the son of Antonio and Agata Ciervo. He had three brothers: Frank, Charles, and James and five sisters: Catherine, Rose, Mary, Josephine, and Annie. He was married to the late Loretta Ruth. He is survived by his son: Patrick J Ciervo married to Sheila Ciervo, five grandchildren: Tiffany Donly (Rory), Stacy Green (Steve), Holly Saniger (Mark), Ryan Ciervo (Hilary), and Emily Ray (Brent), and six great-grandchildren: Mackenzie, Kylee, Katelyn, Olivia, Kolin, Mia and two more on the way. He has been retired from Carpenter Steel Technology since 1980 after 32 years of service. Some of his hobbies were bowling, playing games, pool, old music, singing, watching old movies, and doing crossword puzzles. He liked to tell people he was an FBI, “Full Blooded Italian.” Patrick joined the LDS Church on April 17, 2011 at the age of 92. He recently had the opportunity to share his testimony of the gospel, scriptures, and love he had for the Savior Jesus Christ. The family would like to extend their sincere appreciation and gratitude for the care he received from the Diamond Jane Assisted Living and Harmony Hospice. Viewing will be held at 10:30am on Friday, March 16th at the White Stake Center on Cherry Street next to Grantsville High School, with the funeral at 12:00. Please be in your seats 15 minutes prior to the services. Interment will be at the Tooele City Cemetery. Heartfelt thanks go to Didericksen Memorial for their kindness and care. He will be greatly missed by his family and friends. We love you Dad and Pop-Pop!

Ernest (Ernie) Broadbent
1928-2012. In the early morning of March 05, 2012 the Lord called for Ernest (Ernie) Broadbent to come back into his arms. He was the son of Francis Haslam Broadbent and Amelia Roake Millward. In passing he was fortunate enough to say his last goodbye to the people closest to him. He married Delores Ruth Hammond on April 14, 1950. The marriage was later solemnized in the Salt Lake Temple on June 18, 1957. He was a beloved father, family man and friend. He was known by all for his “Jack of all Trades” handyman abilities and wood working skills. He was employed by Tooele Army Depot and retired in 1975. He later gained employment with the UNOCAL 76 Truck Stop in Lakepoint and worked there until 1989. Ernie was an active member of the LDS church serving in the Sunday School Presidency, The Ward Mission Leader, and The Secretary of the High Priest Group. He is survived by his loving wife Delores, his son Richard (Cindy) Broadbent, his lovely four daughters; Joyce (Blaine) Fawson, Bobbi (Robert) Weyland, Sheryl (Robert) Prier, Kathy (Dave) Keate, his sister Dorothy Blair, 16 grandchildren, 33 great-grandchildren and 4 great-great grandchildren. Ernie was proceeded in death by his parents, brothers Delmar and Lamar (Tom), his granddaughter Jenny Lynn Prier Dadey; and great granddaughter Tasha Keate. He will be missed tremendously by his family. Funeral services will be held Thursday March 08, 2012 at the Grantsville 12th Ward (428 So. Hale, Grantsville, Utah) at 12:00pm. A viewing will be held prior to the funeral service from 10:00am to 11:30am. Internment will be at the Grantsville City Cemetery.

Grandpa,until we meet again


Margaret Van Noy
Margaret VanNoy died February 18th 2012 at the home of her daughter in Carnation, Washington. Margaret was born January 16th 1926 in Grantsville, UT to William Riley Judd and Bessie Williamson. She met Raymond Demont (Bud) VanNoy when he began attending Grantsville High School after moving from Ogden, Utah. They were married June 11th 1948. They raised two daughters and one son. She has 6 grandchildren and 8 great grandchildren. They moved from Grantsville to the state of Washington so they could be near their daughter, Robin, and her children.

In the early 60’s Margaret earned her teaching degree and taught high school English at Grantsville High. After teaching herself French she taught French at Grantsville High as well. She was such a popular teacher that some of her students called her Aunt Margaret. She was also in charge of school plays and assemblies. Her wonderful sense of humor made her productions extremely funny and popular with the high school kids.

Margaret was a gifted writer. For many years she wrote a witty newspaper column called “Jus’Talkin”. After retiring from teaching she and Bud began working with the Grantsville’s town plays. She was the director and Bud was the President.

Margaret is survived by her husband, Bud, her sister Claire Hill, her daughters Margaret and Robin (Lorin) Barber, her grandchildren, Todd Barber, Erin (Scotty) Edwards, Brigham Barber, Sundee Barber, Kacee (Josh)Albert, and Megan Barber. Two sons, Bill Ray and David Allen, preceded her in death.

A service will be held Mar 3rd 11am at the LDS Church located at 428 Hale Street Grantsville, Ut. There will be viewing at 10am before the service.

Kurt Stoddard Weaver
June 2, 1943 - Feb 18, 2012. Kurt Stoddard Weaver was born on June 2, 1943 in Salt Lake City, Utah. He grew up with 3 brothers and 2 sisters and parents that he loved dearly. He spent his early years growing up in Logan, Utah. Kurt’s children were raised on stories he often told about him and his brother Kimball floating down the Logan river, fishing and camping out under the stars and catching butterflies. Kurt loved all sports and was a natural athlete as he enjoyed swimming and played baseball, football and basketball. He often told stories of how he and Kimball would attend most of the Utah State games by sneaking in.
He was 13 years old when his family moved to Cedar City, UT where his father got a teaching job at Southern Utah College in the Art Department. Kurt graduated from Cedar City High School in 1961. Soon after graduation, his father obtained a teaching position at Brigham Young University and the family moved a few hours north for their final move to Orem, Utah in 1961.
Although Kurt’s heart and allegiance remained loyal to Utah State, he went to BYU where his father taught. He attended college for a year before choosing to depart on a two year mission for the Church of Jesus Christ of latter-day Saints in Sydney, Australia. At the completion of his mission, he returned to BYU to finish his education. It was during his college years at BYU where he met his future wife Nancy Curtin on a blind date.
Nancy worked as a life guard and swim instructor at the Riverside Country Club in Provo. A mutual friend wanted to set them up but before Kurt would consent to the date, he wanted to check Nancy out. He was able to watch her through a fence at the pool while she was life guarding. Nancy didn’t have the same privilege of having a sneak peak but she said she fell in love with him on their first date. His personality was fun and charismatic and he made her laugh! Everyone loved to be around him. They were married one year later on June 25, 1966 in the Manti temple.
Kurt graduated from BYU in 1968 and immediately enlisted in the Army during the Vietnam War. He was with the Counter Intelligence Espionage Group stationed in Washington D.C. where he worked at the Pentagon. During his service, three of their children were born Taressa, Bond, and Shonna.
After he was discharged from the Army in 1971, he obtained a job with the Boy Scouts of Americas as a professional scouter. His first position in the Scouts took the family to live in Scottsbluff, Nebraska as a District Executive (in the Wyo-Braska Area Council). Colby and Tyson were born in Nebraska. Kurt advanced and accepted an offer as Council Executive in the Santa Fe Trail Area Council in Garden City, Kansas. It was while in Kansas that Kurt obtained some great professional experience but also developed spiritually as well while he served in the District Presidency and as Branch President for several years. The last three children, Trent, Travis and Lyndsay, were born in Kansas. It was also in Kansas that the family’s athletic interests peaked. Kurt coach every child’s team, installed basketball hoops in their yard and spent countless hours playing ball with them. He also made it a point to teach the gospel and insured that his children, although alone as members of the church in their schools, developed the courage to stand for what they believed and to keep their standards. In 1984, when their oldest child was 15 years old and their youngest was 2, the family decided to relocate to Southern California where he accepted a job as the Long Beach Area Council Boy Scout Executive. He believed in the Boy Scout program and what it stood for and how it could help shape young men’s lives. Kurt retired after 30 plus years of service. He has encouraged all of his grandsons to advance in the scouting program and to strive to obtain their Eagle Scout.
Retirement provided other opportunities for Kurt to serve and reach out to others. He served at the Bishop’s storehouse Fountain Valley, CA for a few years and gained a great appreciation for how the church provides for those in need and he also forged deep friendships with those he served with. His children quickly came to learn how much he loved his service there as he shared many stories about the people he was able to meet and assist. The grandchildren have fond memories of going to the storehouse to help grandpa in the warehouse and loved the tours he would take them on through the facility. Kurt was proud of how the church helps lift other’s burdens and steps in to assist others during challenging times.
Kurt was a very passionate man. All that knew him felt his passion for his FAMILY, his CHURCH and our great COUNTRY. He loved to read and he treasured the many books that line his shelves which he considered vehicles that transported him back to the time periods he loved- Roman history, the American Revolution, the Civil War, Early church history and Biblical times. Then he sought out every opportunity to go visit the sites that he had read about. He and Nancy were saving to re-visit Italy at the completion of the Rome Temple and planned to experience Jerusalem together.
It was evident to all how much Kurt loved his country. To him, America and democracy were not to be taken lightly. He was proud to have had the opportunity to serve his country and believed the constitution of the United States was inspired by God and its principals need to be defended. He installed a flag pole in each house they lived in. For years he raised the flag daily and took it down at night. It was important to him to teach his children and grandchildren how to properly care for, respect and fold the flag. This past week, the family has flown his flag at half mass.
Anyone that knew Kurt knew exactly where he stood morally and politically and what team he would be cheering for when RED and BLUE were battling. He attended hundreds of BYU games in his lifetime and traveled hundreds of miles to watch them play! He was true BLUE, through and through! It was common place to have several young men and friends cram into the Weaver family room to watch a BYU game together. Many were impressed with how many phone calls he would get during the games from his brother Kimball or from one of his five sons to critic plays and discuss game strategy.
Kurt was very involved with all eight of his children’s activities- especially their sports activities. All eight of them played basketball at Cypress High School. He not only attended every possible game but often showed up at their practices as well. The family has often joked that there must be an imprint of his backside in the bleachers after decades of attending games. Four of his eight children played collegic basketball and he traveled great distances to watch them compete and then turn right around and travel home. He has continued this with his grandchildren as well.
Several times a day Kurt would tell Nancy he loved her. Daily calls went out to his children to chat and just catch up on their lives or check in on grandchildren but every conversation ended with him telling them how much he loved them and how proud he is of them. In return, their response would be, “I love you too, Pops”.
This past week has been tough. Kurt left us earlier than we would have liked. We will miss him but he left with no regrets in his relationship with his Father, his 5 siblings, his wife, his 8 children and his 23 grandchildren and among his many friends. He was a loving husband and father and friend to so many.

Merl Parley Green
Merl Parley Green, age 79 of Grantsville, passed away Feb. 17 at Rocky Mountain Care in Tooele. Merl was born in Lake Point on Feb. 27, 1933, to Parley Harmon and May Yates Green. When he was 3 years of age, his mother passed away and he was raised in Grantsville by his father. He graduated High School in 1951. He married Myrna Gunderson in the Salt Lake Temple on Oct. 30, 1952, and celebrated 59 years of marriage. Merl loved the outdoors, especially hunting and fishing. He loved sports and coached little league teams for several years. He was active in support of scouting programs. He participated in many adult sports and was a two-time state champion in horseshoes. He worked 40 years at Tooele Army Depot and Deseret Chemical Depot on the guard force. As an active member of the LDS Church, he served in several callings including membership in the ward bishopric. A loved family patriarch and provider; he with his wife raised a grandson, David, and gave parented guidance to Russell Johnson. He was preceded to the spirit world by his mother and father, brothers LaVelle, LaVere (died in infancy), Don and son Danny, who was 13 when he went early in life to wait for his Dad’s arrival. He is survived by his wife Myrna; sister, Elsie; sons Merle Gene, Roger (Becky), Larry and Tommy; 17 grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. Merl’s family extended to many other relatives and family friends. Memorial services will be held Feb. 22 at 1 p.m. at the LDS chapel, 428 S. Hale Street. There will be a viewing starting at 11:30 a.m. prior to the funeral with services entrusted with Didericksen Memorial in Grantsville. In lieu of flowers, appreciated contributions can be made to any HeritageWest Credit Union in Merl’s name.

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Robert C. Whear
Robert C. Whear, 86, passed away on Jan 29, 2012. He was born in Tooele, Utah on April 21, 1925. He was preceeded in death by his parents, Fred W. Whear and Amy Isgreen; sister, Geraldine Peck; a daughter Diana Lynn; two baby angels; and grandson, Jedadiah S. Smith. He was a veteran of world War II and served in the Army Medical and Transportation Corps. He was also employed by the federal government and involved in the planning and scheduling of all ammunition and chemical storage activities for the Tooele Army and Deseret Chemical Depots. He married Iva Brothersen of Magna, Utah and were together for 65 years. They traveled during the winter months for 20 years as snowbirds to Arizona. Robert is survived by his wife, Iva; daughter Colleen (Rick) Smith; sons Russell S. and Cory R. (Judit); 7 grandchildren and 5 great-grandchildren. It was Robert's wish to be cremated. There will not be any services at this time.
Claire J. Price
Our little angel, Claire Jacobsen Price, left this world on her birthday, Jan 14, 2012. Claire was born Jan 14, 1930 to Daniel and Marian Jacobsen. Claire spent her life as a devoted mother, wife and true friend to anyone who knew her. Just a few of Claires' passions are her beautiful yard and flowers, always out working in her yard, her animals,Se always beleived they were angels sent to comfort. Claire loved and cherished her children. She loved to go camping and hunting. Preceded in death by her husbands Ernest (Curly) Garn and DeLoy (Dode) Price. Her mother and father Daniel and Marian Jacobsen, her two brothers Bob and Bruce Jacobsen. Who are all welcoming her into their arms. Surved by her children Sherrie (vern-deceased) Taylor, Erwin (Aleta) Garn and Peggy (Mark) Knowlden, Debbie Penney and Julie (Matt) Garrard and many special grandchildren and great grandchildren. Funeral services will be held January 19, 2012 at the LDS Church at 428 So. Hale St at 1:00 pm. There will be a viewing starting at 11:30 prior to the funeral. Services entrusted with Didericksen Memorial 435-277-0050.

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