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 ( ).

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