Richard Keith Warner

Richard Keith Warner, 68, returned to his Heavenly Father December 24, 2014. He was born September 4, 1946 in Tooele, Utah to Grant and Elaine Bentley Warner. He attended schools in Tooele and graduated from Tooele High in 1964, where he excelled at basketball and football. Dad married his eternal companion, Shauna Gene Castagno April 12, 1968 in the Salt Lake Temple. Together they raised nine children, Toni (Karl) Scott, Jackie (Clint) Remick, Clint (Jessica) Warner, Todd (MariKay) Warner, Paula (Jason) Gillespie, Graig (Jamie) Warner, Blake (Josh) Warner, Amanda (Jason) Jones, and Michael (Ashlee) Warner. They also have 26 grandchildren with another due in February, and two great-grandchildren. Dad is also survived by mother-in-law Betty Castagno, Brother Gene (Sharon) Warner, Sister Linda Warner, brothers-in-law Tom (Jodi) Castagno, Leo (Becky) Castagno, and many extended family members and friends. He joins his Parents, father-in-law Gene Castagno, sister-in-law Kim Castagno, nephew Randy Warner and other loved ones in a joyous reunion in the presence of our Heavenly Father. Dad coached many youth teams where he passed on his love and knowledge of sports. He was actively employed throughout his life at various companies in Tooele County where he made many lifelong friends. Dad always had a passion for his job at Anaconda where he would have stayed had the mine not closed. Dad’s greatest accomplishment will always be his wife and family. He enjoyed every minute he spent at their sporting events, rodeos, recitals, school or church programs. Richard was an active member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, where he fulfilled many callings. His favorite callings were serving in the branch presidency at the local jail and more recently as a primary teacher in the Lakeview Ward. A viewing will be held Tuesday, December 30, 2014 from 6:00 - 8:00 PM at the Pine Canyon Church as well as 9:30 - 10:30 AM prior to the funeral. Funeral services will be Wednesday, December 31, 2014 at 11:00 AM. All services will be held at the Pine Canyon Church 2032 Churchwood Drive, under the direction of Didericksen Memorial. We love you and will miss you Dad, but we know that we will see you again.
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Dennis (Denny) Anderson

Our loving husband, father, grandfather, brother, and friend, Dennis (Denny) Anderson passed away on December 13, 2014, surrounded by his loving family following a stroke. He was born June 26, 1949, in Tooele, to William (Lee) and Vivienne Mason Anderson. Denny was an outstanding athlete in high school, lettering in 5 sports. He played basketball at Utah State University. He received the Wolf Cup Award and was chosen the MVP in the State of Utah in 1967. One of Denny’s greatest passions in life was playing guitar and writing songs, which he is known for as being truly one of the greatest in the industry. He and the love of his life, Junie Gay Hunt Anderson, whom he married November 6, 1970, had a country music band and earned their living playing music for the first 17 years of their 44-year marriage. He shared the stage with such greats as Collin Raye, Merle Haggard, The Bellamy Brothers, Johnny Cash, and Willie Nelson. Denny was kind and gentle, and loved helping others as shown through his final gift of love as he saved four lives by his generous donation of his organs. Denny and Junie have 4 beautiful daughters, Tricia (Dar) Childs, Houston, TX; Angela (Heath) Kelley, Grantsville, UT; Lana Anderson, Gig Harbor, WA; and Andrea (Ryan) Scow, Gig Harbor, WA. He is survived by his wife and daughters, sons-in-law, and his 12 special grandchildren, Mason Anderson, Cody Sutter, Ashton and Nicole Warr, Christian, Landon, Kaden and Ava Kelley, Daylen Anderson, Elliot Scow, Josh (Camille) Childs and Alex (Chelsea) Childs and 1 great-granddaughter Emery Childs. He is also survived by his brothers, Terry (JoAnn), South Weber; Byron (Corrie) and Dave (Judy) of Grantsville, UT, his mother-in-law Laverne Hunt, and 4 brothers-in-law, Floyd (Paula) Hunt, Max (Michelle) Hunt, Don Hunt and Arnie (Kathleen) Hunt, all of Grantsville, UT. He has many special nieces and nephews that will miss him dearly. He is preceded in death by his mother and father, and his father-in-law Junior Hunt. Services will be held at the Grantsville West Stake Center, 115 E. Cherry Street, Grantsville; on Thursday, December 18, 2014 at 1:00 PM. A viewing will be held on Wednesday, December 17, 2014 at Didericksen Memorial, 87 W. Main Street from 6-8 with a viewing 11:30 -12:30 prior to the services at Grantsville West Stake Center.
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Verl Young

Our loving husband, father, grandfather and friend, Verl Young, passed away peacefully at home on Dec. 13, 2014. He was born on August 19, 1924,on the same property he died on, to Thomas and Madeline Young in Grantsville, Utah. In 1949 Verl married Lois Koford, and their marriage was later solemnized in the Salt Lake Temple. He graduated from Grantsville High School in 1942. After graduation he enlisted in the U.S. Navy, where he served in the Pacific Ocean Theater during World War II. Most of his career was spent in the salt industry. Verl loved to golf and work in his yard and garden. He loved the time he spent with his family and many friends. He was a member of the LDS church and held many positions. He was an amazing, kind, loving, example to his family and those he met. He always cared about others. He is survived by his wife, and 5 children: Verlene (Jere), Karen (Dick), Richard (Janae), Jim (Deb), Ken (Julie); 15 grandchildren, and 22 great grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his parents; brother, Arden, and sisters, Alice, Dorothy, Yvonne and Sydney. Funeral services will be held on Thursday, Dec. 18th at 11 a.m. in the LDS Church at 428 So Hale, with visitation one hour prior to services. There will also be visitation at the church on Wednesday, Dec. 17th from 6-8 p.m. Services entrusted with Didericksen Memorial, 435-277-0050.
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Johnna Margaret Levin Adamson

1974-2014
It is with heavy hearts and extreme sadness that we lost our beloved Johnna to her battle with cance on tuesday, December 8th 2014. She left this world while in the loving care of her husband. Her free spirit, easy smile and willingness to help anyone in need will be greatly missed. She will always be and remain in our hearts and prayers. She is survived by her husband Clinton, daughter Morgan, son Donovan, and her mother Janet. A memorial service will be held in her honor, Saturday, December 13 at 1:30 at the LDS Chapel located at 115 E. Cherry St, Grantsville, Utah. A luncheon will be provided by the LDS church. In lieu of flowers, please send donations to The Colorful Stripes of Cancer (Rjgierloff81@gmail.com) and to Patty Deakin with Tooele County 411.
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Gary J Blackburn

Gary J Blackburn, born August 2, 1928, passed away December 3, 2014 at home surrounded by his loved ones. Gary was the firstborn of Alton and Nola Johansen Blackburn. He was born in a coal camp in Spring Canyon in Carbon County Utah. The camp was called Little Standard, also known as McLain. After his mothers death when he was 6 years old, and his sister Gay was 4, Gary started following his uncles, Merrial and By Johansen, and began to learn the cowboy way of life that he loved for the rest of his life. His father Alton married Avonna Grange in 1935. Three more children were born to this union, Nan, Kit and Kimball. Gary loved working with horses and began racing them at the age of 8 and started breaking horses at the age of 12. He grew up in Emery and Carbon counties. RaNae Swenson, the love of his life, became his wife September 12, 1948. Their marriage was later solemnized in the Logan Temple. He ranched, worked in the coal mines and coke ovens prior to moving to the Deseret Land and Livestock near Woodruff, Utah in 1958. Gary became cow boss within a year and ranch manager a few years later. He took pride in his work, further developed the ranch. He was respected by all who worked with him for his knowledge and expertise. He and RaNae raised their three children, Nola, Gary and Tim on the ranch, teaching them the value of hard work and love of the land. In 1976, Gary and RaNae moved to Evanston, Wyoming where Gary worked for a year at the Wyoming State Hospital in Security. He said this experience helped refine his understanding of people and his communication skills. He went to work for Skull Valley Company part time in the spring, working there during the day and his security job at night. Soon he was working full time for Skull Valley Company. He and RaNae had a home in Heiner Canyon, near Coalville and one in Skull Valley. They moved back and forth as the cattle moved from summer to winter range. Gary developed his own herd of longhorn cattle and retired from Skull Valley Company in 1993 and took care of his own herd for the next several years. Gary and RaNae purchased a home in Grantsville, Utah in 1987. Gary is known for his great sense of humor, colorful stories, Black Bart-isms and tidbits of cowboy wisdom, mentoring, painting, leather work, he sang and enjoyed music his entire life. Gary and RaNae were generous, financially, as well as opening their home to family and friends when the need was there. Gary and RaNae celebrated their 66th wedding anniversary September 12, 2014. Gary is survived by his wife RaNae Swenson Blackburn, daughter Nola Blackburn, Lusk Wyoming; son Gary (Lennie) Blackburn, Peoa, Utah; son Tim (Leslie) Blackburn, Blanco, New Mexico; sister Nan Anderson, Central Valley, Utah; 8 grandchildren and 16 great-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his parents; sister Gay Bishop, brother Kit Blackburn, brother Kiimball Blackburn, and grandson Jaydee Blackburn. The family would like to express our thanks to hospice nurses at Harmony Home Health and Pine Mountain for their outstanding care and compassion to Gary and support of the family. Funeral services will be held Tuesday, December 9 at 11:00 at the Grantsville 9th Ward, 415 W. Apple St, Grantsville. A viewing will also be held there on Monday, December 8 from 6 to 8 p.m. and one hour prior to the funeral service. Services entrusted with Didericksen Memorial, 435-277-0050.
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Joy Bernice Scow Maloney Cannon

“Grandma Neice” Born January 22, 1949 to Glade A. Scow & JoyNordstrom. She attended schools in Tooele, then went to college to get a degree in hairdressing. She married Dean Maloney. They had three children: Keith (Andrea) Maloney, Karly (Ray) Miller, Clint(Rachel) Maloney. Later divorced. Married Royce Cannon, West Yellowstone, Montana. Survived by two sons, one daughter, ten grandchildren, sister Mary (Von) Rosquist; Steven (Nikki) Scow, Grantsville; Eddie (Lori), Sandy, Utah; Randy & Dwayne, Provo; Bruce, Darlene, Grantsville; Robin (Rudy) Verzuh. Preceded in death by father Glade A. Scow, brother Rodney Blake Van, stepfather Roy Van. Sweet sister, mother, grandmother. She worked as a hairdresser for 25 years, as well as at Albertsons and Walmart, where she met her wonderful husband Royce. She held several positions in church. She also fulfilled a mission in North Carolina. We all love and miss you. You will always be a part of us. ’Til we meet again. (Royce)To my loving wife and sweetheart. I love you so much. I know we will be together again with Heavenly Father. A viewing will be held Friday, Dec. 5 at 11 a.m., 1100 E. Skyline Drive, with funeral services to follow at 1 p.m.
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Michael Boyd McCarthy

Michael Boyd McCarthy
December 18, 1954 - November 26, 2014
Mike passed away at his home with his loving wife by his side. Born to Daniel McCarthy and Mary Lou Collins in Duluth, Minnesota Mike will always be remembered for his genuine smile which expressed his great love for life. His wife, family, and friends were of great joy to him. As well as his extreme love for southern rock and the Lynyrd Skynyrd Nation. With loud laughter and detailed stories, the stage was his. He left a deep impression with all who shared his path. His inner lightshined bright even in the darkest of times with his famous quote, "keep the faith." His memory lives on by his wife Debra, son Jason, daughter Jennifer (Pete), mother Mary Lou. Grandchildren Audrey, Hailey, and Ayden. Siblings Pamela, Daniel, Tim, and Teresa. Niece Amanda, Nephew, Brian. Preceded in death by his father Daniel, and his brother Patrick. You will be greatly missed, "FLY ON PROUD BIRD, YOU'RE FREE AT LAST." We will be having a Celebration of Life for Mike on December 12 @ 5:00 p.m. If you would like to join us in sharing stories and light food, please message or call Debra, Jason, or Jennifer and we will send you the address. Thank you for all your love and support.
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Ann J. Frampton

Ann Lucille Johanson Frampton passed from this earthly life to be reunited with loved ones on the other side of the veil on Tuesday, November 18, 2014. She was “39 and holding”. She was born on February 8, 1945 in Tooele, Utah to Vosco and Deahn Johanson. Ann grew up in Grantsville, Utah with her sister, Clara Beth, and many wonderful cousins and friends. She loved living in Grantsville and enjoyed the close-knit community. She also spent three years living in Germany and relished the opportunity to travel Europe and experience another part of the world. Ann met Carl Edward Frampton while they were working at the Tooele Army Depot and they were married on August 26, 1967 and later solemnized that marriage for time and all eternity in the Salt Lake Temple. Ann was the world’s best Nana to her ten grandchildren supporting them in anything they did. She has had much joy in her posterity. Ann accepted and loved people unconditionally, touching many lives through her service and kindness. She “adopted” many children and grandchildren throughout the years and loved them as her own. Ann cultivated many talents throughout her life; she enjoyed swimming, painting, sewing/quilting, traveling with her family and best friend Tammie Fackrell, and has an immense love for music even learning to play the piano later in life. Ann worked 28 years for the US government; when she retired in 2010, she was working for the Department of Agriculture (USDA-APHIS). Oh how she loved her job and her coworkers! She was eager to retell stories from conferences or from the trappers in the field. She considered all of her coworkers dear friends and was sad to say goodbye to them when she retired...but she was definitely excited to be retired! She wanted to spend more time with her family and have more time to do all the things she loved. She recently enjoyed celebrating her 50 year high school reunion. She considered it an incredible night with her dear friends catching up and reminiscing of days gone by. She had many callings throughout her life as a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and enjoyed the many years she served as a librarian and a youth teacher in the Grantsville 5th Ward. She also relished having her visiting and home teachers in her home. They were always her friends. She loved to travel. She especially enjoyed cruising and the chance to snorkel in the crystal clear Caribbean waters. She was always looking forward to her next trip. She’s now experiencing more beauty, peace, and tranquility than we can even imagine. We know we will be with our wife, mother, grandmother, sister, aunt, cousin and friend once again and look forward to the stories she will have to share! She was preceded in death by her parents, her mother and father-in-law, and her son-in-law Bret Sandberg. Her legacy is cherished by her husband, Carl Frampton; her sister and brother-in-law, Clara Beth and Brad Walters; her children: Catherine Frampton, Jon & Allyson Frampton (Justiss, Cody, Brenna, Ella, Brady, and Samuel), Heather Sandberg (Brian, Brayden, Olivia), Elizabeth Frampton, and James & Britani Frampton (Nash); and her loving nieces, nephews, cousins, uncle Bill Hurst, and dear friends. Services will be held on Saturday, November 22 at noon at The LDS Chapel located at 115 E. Cherry St, Grantsville, Utah. A visitation will be held from 10:00 am until 11:30 am prior to services. Interment will be at the Tooele City Cemetery. In lieu of flowers please donate in Ann’s name to the Huntsman Cancer Institute, Salt Lake City, UT.
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Brent Louis Holt

Brent Louis Holt passed away peacefully in his home on November 15, 2014 from a heart attack. Brent was born on September 2, 1947 in Salt Lake City, Utah to Harold Louis Holt and Fern Louise Brown Holt. He grew up in Salt Lake City, Utah and moved to North Salt Lake in his teens. He was the in the first graduating class of Viewmont High School. He married Susan Gutierrez in 1967. Together they had two daughters, Jody and Emilee, later divorced. He married Colleen Fitzgerald, she brought one daughter to the family, Sheila Rosenlund. They had two sons, Brent Jr. And Caleb. They later divorced. Brent worked for Boise Cascade for 20 years. He later finished his education earning a Masters Degree in Audiology at the University of Utah. He worked as a Speech Language Pathologist for the Tooele County School District for 12 years. Brent enjoyed his time with his friends playing poker and going to tournaments. He also enjoyed his time with his extended family, the Fitzgeralds, whom he spent many holidays and family events with. Their love and acceptance of him is greatly appreciated. Brent was preceded in death by his parents. He is survived by, brothers Gary Holt, Mack(Rebecca) Holt, and sister Sheila (Jerry) Hurst; his children Jody (Tom) Yager, Emilee Holt, Sheila Rosenlund, Brent Jr. (Tabitha) Holt, and Caleb (Jessica)Holt; sixteen grandchildren with one on the way and five great-grandchildren with one on the way. He was a loving and caring son, brother, and friend. Dad was a supportive, compassionate, and dedicated father. He selflessly put his needs aside for his children, considering their happiness and success his greatest reward. Visitation will be held Friday, November 21st at the LDS church on 1433 E. Old Mission Rd (7900 South) from 11:00 am - 12:00pm, funeral will follow. Graveside service at the Larkin Sunset Cemetery at 1950 E. Dimple Dale Rd. (10600 S.), Sandy. Services entrusted with Didericksen Memorial, (435)277-0050.
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Leah Margaret Green Jones

Leah Margaret Green Jones passed away surrounded by her family on November 3, 2014. She was 92 years young. She was born at home in Grantsville, Utah on March 26, 1922 to Edward Horman and Florence Willridge Green. She was the second of nine children. Leah loved growing up in Grantsville among her many relatives and friends. In her school years, she loved participating in school plays, dancing at the Opera House, having sodas at the Blue Bird and floating on the water at Saltair. She was no stranger to hard times, growing up during the Depression years, and it had a lasting impression on her. She never again liked to waste a thing or see anyone go hungry. During WWII she was employed at Wendover Air Base and also worked as a secretary at Tooele High School. She married Gene Lewis Jones in 1946. They were the parents of five children: Brent, Bary, Marilyn, Jolene and Becky. They lived in Wendover, Nevada for seventeen years. She later returned to Grantsville and lived there for the remainder of her life. Grantsville was her home and she loved it there. Family was everything to her. She was a second mother to her brothers and sisters and the rock and anchor in her own children's lives. Her life reflected her love for the Lord. Leah was kind, compassionate, generous and self-sacrificing. She served in many Church positions. She loved the temple and was an officiator in the Salt Lake Temple for thirteen years. She also worked in the Family Extraction Program for nine years. She served as Primary President, Relief Society President and Stake Relief Society President, as well as many other teaching positions. She loved reading and playing word games and was an excellent writer. She loved sports and was an avid University of Utah fan, ignoring the fact that all her children attended BYU. She also loved plays and musical productions. Her memory will be cherished by her children and remaining family members: Brent (Nancy) Jones, Libby, Montana; Bary (Kim) Jones, Mapleton, Utah; Marilyn Blair, Highland, Utah; Jolene (LeGrand) Bingham, Logan, Utah; Becky (Brad) Collet, Bryan, Texas. Two sisters, Gloria (Jim) Ostler and Lola (Claude) Sutton; and a brother, Terry Green. She was grateful to be a grandmother to twenty grandchildren and twenty-six and a half great grandchildren. She also had numerous nieces and nephews who were very dear to her heart. Services will be held on Saturday, November 8, 2014 at 12 Noon at the Grantsville Stake Center, 550 E Durfee Street. A viewing from 10 to 11:45 a.m. will precede the services. Services entrusted with Didericksen Memorial, 435-277-0050.
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Robert Reldon Holman

Our loving father, son, brother, and friend, Robert Reldon Holman, unexpectedly passed away on October 15, 2014, while taking his usual morning walk. Robert was married to Carrie Kamack; they had one daughter named Kinsie Stella Holman who, unfortunately, passed away when only a month and a half old. Rob was deeply affected by the loss of Kinsie and he never fully recovered from the loss his child. He later married Joanna Barrick in 1993 and had one daughter named Danielle Vondell Holman in 1995. Unfortunately, they divorced in 2003 but he still played a major role in his daughter's life, especially towards the end. Robert was a very happy, life loving man who enjoyed fly fishing, watching the Jazz play on T.V., and going to the Utes football games with friends and family. Rob made friends just about anywhere he went and because of that he will be surely missed. Born October 24th, 1961 in Salt Lake City, Utah to Reldon Max Holman and Kathleen Cummings and raised in Salt Lake City, Utah. Rob had a deep love and passion for football which stretched clear back when he played for Kearns High School in the late 1970’s. Throughout the years Rob learned and developed how to work on machines, particularly automotive engines. He was “Mr. Fix it,” because Robert could fix just about anything and he was always willing to help others because of the skills he had possessed and for the fact of him being a helpful and giving person. Robert spent many years putting his talent to work by repairing engines at Jerry Signs Auto Dealership in Utah and working for Delta Airlines in both Salt Lake City, Utah and LAX in California. Survived by his daughter, Danielle Vondell Holman; Mother, Kathleen Cummings; Step Father Lavell Cummings; Siblings, Steven Holman and Christine Black. The services will be held as a closed casket service on Monday, October 20, 2014 at the 6th Ward Chapel (81 N. Church St., Grantsville) beginning at 11 am. Robert will be missed by many and forgotten by none. Services entrusted with Didericksen Memorial, 435-277-0050.
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Jaylyn Kimberly Nelson

Jaylyn Kimberly Nelson, precious daughter of Jordan & Kimberly Nelson, was born and returned to our Heavenly Father and Grandma Lori with open arms, on October 8, 2014. She weighed 5 lbs 9 oz and was 18 1/2 inches long. Her brothers and sister are Kaiden, Jaxon and Khloe. Grandparents are Jack & Holly Nelson, Dave & Brenda Webster and her late Grandma Lori Webster. We miss you, we love you and will always be thinking of you. We want to thank everyone for their kindness and prayers. A special thanks for the gentle, loving care which was shown by Dr. Erin Clark and nurses at the U of U. We're also grateful for Jay R. Didericksen's kind and loving service.
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Corina Candelario

Corina Candelario was born on May 7, 1931 and received into heaven October 5, 2014 with her family by her side. Corina was born in Toas, N.M. Married Jose Candelario and together they had 5 children, Andrew, Herman (Marcie), Elmer "Sugar" (Sandra), Diana, Anita (Clay). She enjoyed spending time with her grandchildren, shopping, playing in Wendover and taking care of her pets. She always made sure her grandchildren had a jacket even in July! She had 17 grandchildren, 31 great grandchildren, 4 great great grandchildren. She is preceded in death by her husband Jose, brother Manuel, 3 sisters Fannie, Frances, Elva, and 3 great grandchildren Mercadies, Taven and Josh. She is survived by her children and companion Mundo. Special thanks to Barbara and Cherylynn with Pine Mountain Hospice. Funeral mass will be held at 11:00 am on Friday, October 10, 2014, at St. Marguerite Catholic Church, (15 South 7th street). A viewing will be held 1 hour prior to mass. Funeral services provided by Didericksen Memorial, 435-277-0050.
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Barbara Lynne Bell Orgill

Surrounded with loved ones, Barbara Lynne Bell Orgill passed on from us September 24, 2014 in Rifle, Colorado after a valiant fight with cancer. Lynne was born in Grantsville, Utah on May 10, 1940. She was the second of five children born to Kenneth Kyle Bell and Charlotte Irene Orr Bell. After her school years in Grantsville she went on to work for MA Bell, was a flight attendant for Charter Airlines, and worked also at Dugway Proving Ground and Deseret Test Center. On September 20, 1963 Lynne married the love of her life, Joel Ivan Orgill, in the Salt Lake City Temple. It was here in Salt Lake that the family they so cherished would start to grow with their first son, Philip. In 1971, Joel having graduated from BYU, they moved to Wisconsin where he would teach at the University. Along came yet another addition to the lives they were building with a second son, Jed. In 1974 her husband took work with John Deere & Co. and they headed to Iowa, where another son, Justin, and then a daughter, Kristin, would complete their little family circle. Before all the kids started school, Lynne worked at running a household and raising four small children. Sometimes with her husband out of town for business, she would have her hands quite full! But with mostly patience and gentleness, she led them with a loving and guiding hand, teaching them the importance of etiquette, respect, love, family and family leaf rides! Once all the kids were in school Lynne went to work for the Mississippi Bend Area Education Agency as a Speech Pathologist Assistant. She loved working one on one with children and coming up with games to help them learn articulation and language. Lynne always loved to read, sew, do crossword puzzles and play board games. But her one true love, pride and joy was always her family. As her eldest sons went on to marry, this circle of love grew to their wives, who she loved as her own. And when the grandchildren started coming, well, the love grew and grew. Lynne absolutely adored her grandchildren. And the family that she has built loves and adores her. And always will. And will always miss her until we meet again. Lynne was preceded in death by her beloved husband, Joel Orgill; and infant grandson Leif Orgill. She is survived by four siblings: Carolyn Kyle Baer of California, Louise Lewis of Utah, Wendy (Kevin) Davis of Utah, and Kenneth (Robbi) Bell of Utah; four children: Philip (Lanea), Jed (Amy), Justin and Kristin, all of Colorado; and six wonderful grandchildren: Abby, Kylee, Samuel, Rhys, Belle and Lucy Orgill. Services for Lynne will be held on Monday, September 29, at 11 a.m., at the LDS chapel, 81 N. Church St, Grantsville. A visitation will be held 1 hour prior to services. Interment will be at the Grantsville City Cemetery.
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Stephan L Raymond

Stephan L Raymond was born September 17, 1942 and passed peacefully at home on September 17, 2014. Stephan was born in the historic Pilkington Maternity Home and was the 4th generation to be born in Smithfield Utah. Stephan was born to Budd Clayton and Glenna Hyde and was loved by his step mother Evelyn Raymond. Stephan joined the Navy in 1960 and served as a secretary in the legal department. His faith led him to serve a LDS mission in Australia; he loved to read and study the gospel. He attended Utah State University where he studied music. His love of music blessed him with the opportunity to sing with the Mormon Tabernacle Choir for 10 years as well as the Jay Welch Chorale; his voice has blessed many funerals and church activities. Stephan married the love of his life, Marianne Pollei, on September 11, 1967 and they were blessed with 5 children and 13 grandchildren. Their youngest child Michelle was delivered at home by Stephan. After retiring from Kennecott Copper Corporation in 2003, Stephan kept busy with arts, crafts, and gardening. He enjoyed his family and they made many special memories camping, traveling, and playing with his grandchildren. Stephan’s sense of humor will be sorely missed by all who knew him. Stephan is survived by his wife and children; Kathryn (Gist) Wylie, David (Georgia), Elizabeth (Michael) Maycock, Stephan (Kristen) and Michelle (Lucas) Bell. He is also survived by his brothers Larry (Sheryl) and Craig (Louise), his step mother (Evelyn), step siblings, Susan (Frank) Priestley, Sharon Berquist, Darrel (Tammy) Drury and Steven (Diane) Drury. Stephan is preceded in death by his grandfather Clayton, his father Budd, his brother Daryl, his sister-in-law Emily Raymond and his brother in law Mark Berquist. Services will be held Saturday September 20th at the LDS chapel, 115 E. Cherry St. Grantsville, UT. Viewing will be at 11:00 am, followed by funeral services at 1:00 pm. Special thanks to Pine Mountain Hospice team for their compassionate end of life care. Thank you to all our wonderful friends and family. The choir of angels has its newest member. Thank you for everything Stephan, you are loved and will be forever missed. Services under the direction of Didericksen Memorial, 435-277-0050.
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Jamie Steadman Baird

Jamie Steadman Baird was born on January 1, 1968, and passed away during the wee hours of the morning on September 11, 2014, at the Intermountain Medical Center in Salt Lake City. Jamie was the daughter of Gary W. Steadman and Sharon Wardle Steadman. Her mother died when she was three years old, and she was raised by her father and her second mother, Mary Potter Steadman in Tooele. She attended Tooele High School and graduated in 1986. She loved her participation in Sha-Ronns, the drill team named after her first mother. Jamie always loved to dance. She married Duane Evans and gave birth to her first son Duane "Blake" Evans. They divorced but remained life-long friends. As a single mom, she went to school and became an RN with a specialty in labor and delivery, and was an exceptional and caring nurse. She and David Baird (deceased) were married and later sealed in the Salt Lake Temple. They had Zachary Gary Baird and Courtney Baird. Jamie suffered from many medical ailments throughout the last years of her life and was lovingly cared for by her children and long-time friend Bradley Myers. In spite of illnesses, she was a happy and caring person and loved to be in the middle of all activities. Her signature was arriving late for every occasion with a big smile on her face. She is survived by her children; Blake and Brittany Evans, her adored grandchild Bentley Drake, Zachary and Courtney Baird, her dear friend; Brad Meyers, her parents; Gary and Mary Steadman, her siblings; Julie (Steve) Lyman, Diana (Andy) Law, Lori (Bennett) Barcon, David (Michelle) Steadman, Teri (Alan) Edmunds, Jana Whittaker, and Michael Steadman, plus many nieces, nephews, aunts, uncles, cousins and friends. Funeral services will be held at the Tooele Stake Center, 253 South 200 East, on Wednesday, September 17th at 11am with a viewing at 10am before the service. A viewing will also be held Tuesday, September 16th, in the same building from 6pm to 8pm. Interment at the Tooele City Cemetery.
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Richard Leland Castagno

Richard Leland Castagno passed away on Saturday, Sept 6, 2014 in his home in Grantsville. He was born in Grantsville on November 12, 1939 to Tony and Wavie Castagno. He graduated from Tooele High School with the class of ’58. Married Joan Bennett (Anderson) on March 12, 1959 in the Salt Lake Temple. They are the parents of five children Toni (Harold) Betts of Lake Point, Suzanne Brown (Dave Nix) of Grantsville, Richard Lee Castagno of Portland, Oregon, BJ (Bruce) (Jennifer) Castagno of Grantsville, Paul Castagno of Grantsville. 19 grandchildren. 11 great grandchildren. He has three brothers Claude, Doug (June) of Grantsville, Wendell (Peg) of Tooele and sister Ireta Lindway of Tooele. Preceded in death by parents, sister Elva Wood, brothers, Gene, LeVere, Myron, and Tony Jr. Custodian of Grantsville High for 30 years. Served the community as a Fireman, EMT, City Councilman, and Ring man for livestock for 42 yrs. Life of ranching and farming. He had a strong testimony and served the Lord in many callings. Scoutmaster, Branch President in Pahrump, Nev. Served in bishoprics and high priest group leadership. His most important calling was that of husband, father, grandfather, brother and friend. Service to be held on Thursday, Sept. 11th at 12:00 pm at the Durfee Stake Center. 550 East Durfee St. in Grantsville. Viewings to be held on Wednesday, Sept. 10th from 6-8 pm and on Thursday, Sept. 11th from 10-11:30 at the Durfee Stake Center. Burial in Grantsville Cemetery.
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Peter William Costanzo (Bill)

Peter William Costanzo (Bill) passed away peacefully at home with his family by his side on September 6, 2014. Bill was born December 14, 1933 in Magna to William D. and Anne (Zito) Costanzo. He was proud of his Italian heritage and passed many traditions on to his family. After graduating from Cyprus High School he served in the US Army from 12/53 to 12/55. Bill worked at Tooele Army Depot for 38 years retiring in August 1989. He married his best friend, Jeri Lea Howard in 1976 and they spent 38 wonderful and adventurous years together with their family. His children were his pride and joy and loved them more than life. Bill was a member of Catholic Church parishes of St Marguerites and Our Lady of Lourdes Magna. Member of .the Fraternal Order of Eagles and Loyal Order of Moose. An avid fan of the Denver Broncos and Utah Jazz. U of U and Notre Dame Football. He especially loved supporting his kids in football, baseball and softball. Preceded in death by his parents and sons Pete and Billy. Survived by his wife, daughters and sons; Tammie (Steve), Krisi, Mike, Allen (Tina). Sisters RoseMarie (Mondell) Batt and Anna Pearl Robertson. Grandchildren; Amber, Melissa, Rebecca, Jessie Costanzo, Tony, Kayli, Kristian Schaff, Kyle, Kortni Koenen, Austin Stephenson. Great grandson Cooper. Many nieces, nephews and cousins. A special thanks to the people of Rocky Mt Hospice especially Matt and MaryAnn. Bill considered you two as friends. Funeral Mass will be celebrated Thursday Sept 11, 2014, 12:00 noon at St. Marguerite Catholic Church, 15 south 7th street. Visitation at 10 am, Holy Rosary 11 am and eulogy prior to start of Mass.
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Camille Matthews Sagers

1922-2014
Camille Matthews Sagers, our dear mother, grandmother and great-grandmother, passed away peacefully at her home in Grantsville, Utah on August 21, 2014, one day before her 92nd birthday. What an incredible birthday it must have been as she enjoyed that long-awaited reunion with her sweetheart. Camille was born August 22, 1922 in Grantsville, Utah, to Parley Pratt and Mamie Clark Matthews, the fifth of eight children. She grew up in Grantsville and graduated from Grantsville High School, spending much of her youth helping her dad on his dairy farm. She studied home economics at Utah State University for two years until the war broke out, at which time, she moved home and found a job working at Wendover Air Force Base. In 1945, she met the love of her life, Gerald Sagers. They were married December 5, 1945 in the Salt Lake Temple. Soon after their marriage, they made their home in St. John (Rush Valley), Utah where Gerald worked at Dugway Proving Ground as well as managed the family farm. Camille spent countless hours helping him around the farm. Camille was a faithful member of the LDS Church, serving in Primary and Relief Society, particularly with the music. She also served on Stake Sunday School and Primary boards. She loved working with the youth and was involved in and directed many roadshows. Perhaps her greatest church calling was that of a devoted and supportive bishop’s wife for seventeen years, taking care of her small children, helping to raise money and build a new church in St. John, feeding the missionaries, doing their laundry, and unselfishly serving those around her. She was a talented seamstress, a wonderful cook and a beautiful cake decorator. Her family was her greatest joy, constantly expressing how proud she was of them, how much she loved them, and thanking them for their continual care these last few years. Camille is survived by one sister, Helen Willardson, Richfield, Utah; five children, Lynn (Kay), Logan, Utah; Kent (Sue), Vernon, Utah; Carla (Philip) Chamberlain, Grantsville; Hal (Cheri), Grantsville; Paula (Rick) Didericksen, Lindon, Utah; 16 grandchildren and 14 great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her husband, parents, one sister and five brothers. Funeral services will be held Saturday, August 30, 2014 at 12:00 noon at the LDS Chapel, 550 East Durfee St., Grantsville, Utah. Viewings will be held at the same location on Friday, August 29 from 6:00-8:00 p.m. and Saturday morning from 10:00-11:30. Special thanks to the many aides who lovingly assisted her each morning the past two years, allowing her family to care for her so she could remain at home. Condolences can be shared online at didericksenmemorial.com.
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Vera L. Appleby

Vera L. Appleby, 95, formerly of Neelyton, PA and more recently of Grantsville, UT, died Monday, August 18, 2014 at Rocky Mountain Nursing Home, Tooele, UT. Born September 23, 1918 at Claysburg, PA, she was a daughter of the late George S. & Rebecca J. (Wilkison) Burket. She was married to Folyd E. "Spully" Appleby on July 17, 1937 at Winchester, VA. Mr. Appleby preceded in death August 20, 1983. Surviving are one daughter, Georgia Dillard and husband Richard of Grantsville, UT, one granddaughter, Stina Sorenson and husband Ken of Las Cruces, NM, two great grandsons, Jared Medina and wife Brittnie and Wacey Sorenson and one great granddaughter, Chelsey Sorenson. She was preceded in death by a total of six brothers and sisters. Mrs. Appleby had been an Avon representative for 37 years belonging to the Presidents Club. A funeral service will be held at 11:00 AM, Saturday, August 23, 2014 at the Martin R. Brown Funeral Home, 565 Ridgley St., Orbisonia, PA. Interment will be made at Pleasant Hill Cemetery, RD, Shade Gap, PA. Friends may call at the funeral home one hour prior to the service on Saturday.
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Dillon Delbert Taylor

Dillon Taylor was taken from this world way too soon, on August 11th, 2014 from a tragic unnecessary act. He was born on November 18th, 1993 to Franklin and Yvonne Taylor in Salt Lake City, Ut. Dillon had a laugh that was infectious and a smile that could literally light up a room. He was always joking around and could pick you up on your lowest of days. Everybody that knew him could vouch for the fact that he was one of a kind. He had been through a lot in his too short of a life, but he still held his head high and helped others to see the good in things. He loved children. His niece and nephew’s , loved when he was around because he was never too tired or too busy to play. Dillon is preceded in death by his father Franklin Scott Taylor and his mother Yvonne Martina Ulibarri, (aka Marty). His Grandmother Gussie Thayne. He is survived by his brothers, Cody (Kate) Taylor and Jerrail (Jaeleene) taylor, his sister, Teesha Taylor, his nieces and nephews, Peyton, Issaak, Mack, Keston and Zoey, many aunts, uncles and cousins, and an unbelievable amount of friends, or “homies” as he would call them. He is also survived by his proxy family, Dennis and Gina Thayne, Adrian, Amber, Adam, Markie, Dori and Max. Rest in paradise, sweet Dillon. You were loved beyond your knowledge. Funeral services will be held on august 18th 2014 at the LDS church on 3100 S 8400 W. in Magna. A viewing will be at 10:00 A.M. with graveside services immediately following. Family and friends can send condolences to 9003 W Galbreath Way, Magna Ut 84044. Services under the direction of Didericksen Memorial, 435-277-0050.
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Keith Hanney Evans



Keith Hanney Evans passed away August 2, 2014 peacefully at his home in Skull Valley. He was born in Randolph Utah February 9, 1931 to Edward Lyman Evans and Thelma Hanney Evans. Keith attended school in Evanston Wyoming, loved sports of all kinds, has many talents, can fix or repair most anything, his saying was "if someone else can fix it, I can also." He married Rita Vera Barker February 19, 1951, marriage later solemnized in the Salt Lake Temple February 19, 1969. He started working at 13 years old on his Uncle Ralph Hanney's ranch in Randolph, finally bought his own ranch in Skull Valley. He worked for the Union Pacific Railroad as a Telegraph Operator and in the following underground mines: Butte Montana, Randolph Utah, Aragonite Utah, also N.L. Industries. His real love was his wife, his family and the the ranch. He loved his 9 grandchildren. Was overjoyed with 27 great grandchildren with two more on the way. Had a great sense of humor. Was active in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints where he held many callings, with his favorite being a primary teacher with Mom. He is survived by his wife, Rita of 63 years and three sons Eugene (Diane), Neil (Debbie), Clarence (Patsy). His brothers and sisters Raymond (Denise), Carol Turner, Marvin (Madelyn), Colleen Carter. He is proceeded in death by his parents. Viewing on Tuesday, August 5, 2014 at Didericksen Memorial (87 W Main, Grantsville) from 6:00 - 8:00 pm. Funeral services will be Wednesday, August 6, 2014 at the Grantsville Stake Center (550 E Durfee, Grantsville) with a viewing at 10:00 am, the funeral starts at 11:00 am. Interment will be at the Grantsville Cemetery. Special thanks to Hospice Care, especially Barbara Herrera and Ellen Rojof.
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Janet Ann Hill

1942 - 21014
Janet Ann Hill returned home to her Heavenly Father on Sunday, July 20, 2014, after a brave battle with cancer and aplastic anemia. She passed away peacefully at home with her children by her side. Janet was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, on February 17, 1942, to William John Lorincie and Janet Ruth Schultz Lorincie. She graduated from Delhaas High School in Bristol, Pennsylvania in 1960. Her children were her life and she loved spending time with her family and friends. She had an amazing sense of humor and could make you laugh. Even in her final days she was making everyone around her laugh. Janet is survived by her children, Janet Dukes (Tom), Steve Hill, and Tom "TC" Hill, and her granddaughter, Lily Rose Hill. She is also survived by her sister, Ginny Polizzi, nephew, Marco Polizzi, sister-in-law, Pam Dopson, niece, Donna Lorincie-Lynn, niece, Tori Alberts, and nephew, Logan Lynn. She is also survived by many nieces and nephews through marriage as well as many cousins and friends who she loved dearly. A viewing for Janet will be at 10 a.m. on Saturday, July 26, 2014, with the funeral services following at 11 a.m., at the Overlake 4th Ward, 220 East 2200 North, Tooele, UT. Internment will be at the Tooele City Cemetery after the services. The funeral home is Didericksen Memorial in Grantsville, UT. In lieu of flowers the family asks that donations be made in Janet's name to: Utah Cancer Foundation, 1121 East 3900 South, Suite C230, Salt Lake City, UT 84124.
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Daniel Owen Tripp

Daniel Owen Tripp, born April 26, 1951, died July 16, 2014. Our beloved father, grandfather, and friend unexpectedly passed away of a heart attack on July 16, 2014. Dan was born on April 26, 1951 to Owen Powell Tripp and Cleo Roberts Tripp. Second of 4 children, graduated from Granite High School in 1969. Married Sandra Massey and had Kristine and Braden. Later divorced. Married Kathy Bergstrom and had Shannon, Dana, Skyler, Tiffany and Daniel. Dan belonged to the Teamsters union, local 222. He worked at the U of U Surplus Dept. for 24 years. He was soon going to retire. He was looking forward to spending more quality time with family and friends. He was an outdoor enthusiast, hunting fishing, camping. Loved vacationing. Mesquite, LasVegas, Yellowstone and Wendover. He loved his family more than life itself. Always helping everyone in any way he could. He was a fun loving out going, caring, comical man, loved by all he encountered. He leaves a huge void in our family and our hearts. He will be truly missed. Dan is survived by 3 siblings, wife Kathy, 6 children, 15 grandchildren, and 3 great grandchildren. Rest in Paradise. Funeral services will be held on Wednesday, July 23, 2014 at 11:00 a.m. at the LDS Chapel located at 1025 W. Utah Ave, Tooele. A viewing will held 1 hour prior to services. Interment at Tooele City Cemetery. Services entrusted with Didericksen Memorial, 435-277-0050.
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Ruth Saunders Yates

Ruth Saunders Yates, 1919­-2014. Our beloved wife, mother, grandmother, sister, aunt and friend departed this life at the age of 94 on Monday, June 23, 2014 in Salt Lake City, Utah. Ruth was born on September 19, 1919 in Roy, Utah to Simon Saunders and Martha Clara Michael. She graduated from high school in Shelly, Idaho. Ruth married Marvin Oborn Yates on May 1, 1939 in the Salt Lake Temple. She is a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter­-day Saints, where she served faithfully in various calling and especially enjoyed working with 11-­year­-old Scouts and serving in the Jordan River Temple. She was preceded in death by son Leon Yates, daughter Saundra Yates, her parents, and sisters, Electa Wadsworth, Lettie Harker, Elizabeth Shelly, Melba Saunders, Lula Fidelia Saunders, and Thelma May Saunders; brothers, Robert Saunders, John Orrin Saunders, and Simon Austin Saunders. Also preceding her in death are her great-­grandsons Bronson Rhodes and Isaac Hargis; and grandson Troy Rasmussen. She is survived by her husband, daughter-­in-­law Ellen Yates, son Garald Saunders (Frances) Yates, daughter Sharon Martha (Lynn) Halladay, daughter Sheryl Marie Hargis, son Marlin Oborn (Debi) Yates, 20 grandchildren, 45 great­-grandchildren, 18 great­-great­-grandchildren, sister Medora Webster and brother Donald Saunders. Ruth is loved and will be missed by all who know her. Funeral services will be held on Saturday, June 28, 2014 at the Vernon, Utah LDS Chapel at 11:00 A.M.. Those who desire to visit with the family may do so one hour prior to the services. Funeral services entrusted with Didericksen Memorial, 435-277-0050.
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Mark William Hermel

Mark William Hermel left peacefully to return to our loving Heavenly Father on June 21, 2014. He was a caring Son, Father, Brother, and Uncle. He was born to Jan and Alan Hermel on January 26th, 1982. He was the youngest of four sons that all loved the outdoors. One of Mark's favorite activities was fly fishing taught to him by his grandpa (William Harvey Frank, Jr.). He married Jennifer in June of 2002 and they were blessed with two beautiful daughters who were his pride and joy. He wanted the best for them and looked forward to spending as much time with them as possible. His Dad, Alan Mack Hermel, preceded Mark in death. Mark is survived by his loving daughters Tempest and Seraphina, his mother, Jan Hermel (Chris Anderson), his brothers Daniel (Kristin), Joshua (Stefanie), Stephen (Jessica). Also 3 nieces and 2 nephews Abbeigh, Sofia, Miriam, Kelden, and Grant. His grandparents, William Harvey Frank, Jr., and Gladys Lorraine Frank, and many other family members. Mark, you are loved and will be missed by all. A small service will be held at the Grantsville Willow Creek apartment complex (236 W Plum St.), where he was a hero to many, on Thursday June 26, 2014 at 2:00 pm. Services entrusted with Didericksen Memorial, 435-277-0050.
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Bruce LeRoy Loakes

1955-2014
Bruce Loakes passed away at home on Saturday, June 7, 2014. Bruce was born September 24, 1955 in Pasadena, California. His parents were Ronald William Loakes and Margaret (Peggie) Joan Darr. Together they had 3 children. Peggie later married Gerald Lee Blakley and they had one son. Jerry raised the 3 children as if they were his own. Bruce married Paula Ann Brown May 31, 1980. They just celebrated their 34th anniversary. Bruce was a truck driver by trade, and he enjoyed hauling heavy equipment around Southern California, listening to music while playing his guitar, and spending time with his granddaughter Cassidee. Bruce’s world was his children and grandchildren. He was very much a people person and enjoyed visiting with family and friends. He was preceded in death by his parents, step-father, and sister Robin. He is survived by his wife Paula; sons William (Kiera), Wayne, and Paul Darr; daughter Rochelle; granddaughter Cassidee and grandson Kellen; sister Cynthia (Larry) Betterley; brother Kevin (Glynda) Blakley. Also survived by his father and mother-in-law Ray Calvin and Evelyn Brown; sisters-in-law Caleen Brown, Helen (Ron) Stromberg, and Coralee (Ray) Riding; brothers-in-law Rob (Billie) Brown and Ed (Lauri) Brown; and many nieces and nephews. Funeral services will be held on Wednesday, June 11, 2014 at 11:30 a.m. at the Church of Jesus of Latter-day Saints located at 415 West Apple Street, Grantsville, Utah. A viewing will be held prior to the services from 10:00 – 11:15 a.m. Interment at the Grantsville Cemetery. And, as Bruce would say “Ya’all come back now, ya hear!” Services entrusted with Didericksen Memorial, 435-277-0050.
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Dean Jared Albrecht

Dean Jared Albrecht returned to the loving arms of his Heavenly Father on May 23. He passed peacefully in his home but the cause of death is undetermined. Dean loved hunting, camping and long road trips but most of all, he loved his family. Dean is survived by his wife Melissa (Dewsnup) Albrecht; his 2 children Hunter and Jensen; parents Theresa Green and Don Albrecht (Jennifer Ginter); siblings Pete (Christie) Albrecht, Calvin Albrecht, Anna Howard (Mike Espinoza) and Amber Albrecht; as wells as many nieces and nephews. Preceded in death by his grandparents Harry (Pete) and Anna Albrecht and Calvin and EvaDean Green. Funeral services will be held at 11:00 am on Friday, May 30th at the 17th Ward church, 132 N. 570 E (from 7th St, turn East on 110 North). There will be a visitation at 10:00 am preceding the service. Dean will be interred in the Tooele City Cemetery. Services entrusted with Didericksen Memorial, 435-277-0050.
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Alaxandir Zeniff “Mayo” Meono

Alaxandir Zeniff Meono 18, returned to his Heavenly Father on Tuesday, May 20th, in Grantsville, Utah. Zeniff was born August 4, 1995, in Salt Lake City, Utah, son of Seth Zeniff Meono and Emily Janel Meono. Zeniff was a senior at Grantsville High School where he enjoyed his brothers, sister, friends, fishing, hunting, weight lifting, and football. Zeniff had graduated early and was scheduled to leave to serve our country proudly in USA Navy where he was planning on completing Medical School and service as a Medical Corsman. Survivors include his father and mother, Seth Zeniff Meono and Emily Janel Meono; two brothers, Nephi Meono and Ethan Meono; Sister Kaiylee Meono; paternal grandparents, Edwin H. and Francisca O. Meono; Maternal grandparents, Gary W. and Dianne L. Matravers; and many Loving Uncles, Aunts, and Cousins. The viewing will be on Friday May 23rd, 2014 from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. with the funeral beginning at 12 p.m. at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saint on 550 East Durfee Street, Grantsville, Utah 84029. Burial will be at the Grantsville cemetery.
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Duane (Pat) Lattimer

Duane (Pat) Lattimer peacefully took his final walk on Thursday, April 24, 2014, with his loving wife Carla by his side. Born on March 17, 1934 in Minneapolis, Minnesota to Dalbert J. Lattimer and Dorothy Jonasen Lattimer. Pat graduated top of his class at Superior High School in Wisconsin. He served 2 years in the Korean War. Pat married his best friend Carla on December 22, 1982. They had 31 amazing years together. Their union was blessed with 3 sons and a daughter. Survived by his wife, Carla; sons Eric, Chad and William; and daughter, Ann. They are blessed with 6 grandchildren and 3 great-grandchildren. In honor of Pat, a celebration for family and friends will be held at 3:00 pm on Friday, May 2, 2014 in the great room of the Remington Park Apartments, 495 W. Utah Ave, Tooele. Services entrusted with Didericksen Memorial, 435-277-0050.

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Robert Wayne Cox

1950-2014
Robert Wayne Cox, 63, passed away April 22, 2014 in Grantsville, Utah. Robert grew up in San Lorenzo, CA, just outside of Oakland, CA. Robert's family moved around a lot and he attended several different schools. Early in his adult life he assembled computers in Silicon Valley. Eventually, he moved to Utah and got a job at Rocky Mountain Power where he worked for 30 years. He was an outdoors man. He enjoyed being in the mountains, cutting wood and bird hunting. He was a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. He was married and sealed to his wife and daughters; Olivia Cox Pulsipher and Christina Cox. He was loved by all and will be missed. Survived by his wife, Deborah; children Olivia Pulsipher, Christina Cox, Billie Schade, Denesa Gailey, Angela Cox and Katrina Cox; grandchildren Syanna Schade, Hayle Wright, Brice Tonge, (Willie) James Ruther and (Kirsten) Mia Ruther. Also survived by siblings Carolann Driggs, Marylin Allen, Robert McCausland (half brother) and Francine Christiansen (half sister). Preceded in death by his parents, Bermma Clarkson Cox and Max Melbourne Cox; and brother, Ronald Max Cox (infant). Funeral services will be held Monday, April 28th at 11:00 am in the LDS church, 428 S. Hale, Grantsville. Interment will follow at Grantsville City Cemetery. Services entrusted with Didericksen Memorial, 435-277-0050.
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Kenneth Dee Abbott

Former marine and civil servant, Kenneth Dee Abbott, of Grantsville, Utah, went on to higher hunting grounds April 21, 2014. He was born to the late Medford Dee and Kathryn Abbott. He was a big brother to five sisters, two who preceded him in death. After some serious scouting, he married his “deer” wife Margene Johnson and they spent 54 hunting and fishing seasons together. Halfway through the seasons, they were sealed in the Salt Lake Temple so they could continue hunting together forever. The hunting party on this side are: Mark (Pam), Val (Bashawn), and Denise (Jeff) Bracken. Thirteen grandchildren and 14 great grandchildren have been added to the tag pool. Bonus points are expected to continue to increase. A viewing will be held to honor him on Saturday, April 26, 2014, from 11 a.m. to 12 p.m. at the LDS Church on 428 South Hale, Grantsville, Utah. Military graveside services will follow at the Grantsville City Cemetery on 429 East Main Street, Grantsville, Utah.
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Naomi A. Jolley

Our beautiful mother and grandmother, Naomi A. Jolley, returned to her Heavenly Father on April 17, 2014 surrounded by the comfort of her family. She was born on February 4, 1925 in Lincoln, Nebraska, to the late Leila and Edgar Wobig. After the loss of her husband she moved to Tooele, Utah to be with her mother and family. Naomi was a gifted seamstress and exceptional at crocheting. She enjoyed entering her crafts into fairs and giving them away as gifts to friends and family members. She won many blue ribbons at fairs for her talented art. Naomi was a beloved member of the nursing home community. She worked at the nursing home for 25 years. Her patients enjoyed her company and care. She has spent the last few years at the Tooele Nursing Home and was thankful to be in such good hands during the remainder of her life. Naomi is survived by her three daughters; Mary (Ray) Page, Elizabeth (Gene) Medina, and Sherry (Tommy) Wilson. She is also survived by 13 grandchildren, 41 great grandchildren, and 33 great great grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her husband Eugene Watkins, her son Sammuel Watkins, grandson Darrel Finch, a great granddaughter, and 2 great great grandchildren. A viewing will be held on Wednesday, April 23, from 9:00-10:30 AM at the LDS Tooele Stake Center located at 253 S 200 E, Tooele UT 84074. A graveside service will take place following the viewing.
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Marjorie Mae Calvert Gundersen

Beloved wife, mother, grandmother, great-grandmother and great-great-grandmother, Marjorie Mae Calvert Gundersen, 91, passed away peacefully April 16, 2014. She will be dearly missed by many. Marjie was born May 30, 1922 to John Morgan Calvert and Clara Lucinda Marshall. She met her sweetheart, Grant Ask Gundersen, at a church dance. They were married June 18, 1941 in the Salt Lake temple. The first years of their marriage were spent moving from place to place as Grant enlisted in the Air Corps while World War II was raging. It was evident throughout her life that two things were very important to Marjie: a love of family and devotion to serving others. Grant and Marjie were thrilled to add eight children to their family and rejoiced as each new grandchild was added to the circle of love. The couple took seriously their responsibility to “love and care for each other and their children.” They truly believed “the family is ordained of God.” Family parties and traditions were important to Marjie. Monthly Sunday dinners were held at her home as well as holidays in between. Her favorite was Valentine’s Day, “because everybody remembers to love everybody else.” There were gifts given and special sugar cookies made to express her love to each of us. We will long remember Grant singing “My Little Marjie” at the yearly Valentine talent show. Their love and care for each other was evident and especially tender at the end of her life. Marjie’s life was worn out in the service of others. She truly demonstrated a love of Jesus Christ through service. She gave of her time and resources to help “the least of these” often. She was devoted in her discipleship as a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Marjie and Grant spent seventeen years serving in the temple in the sealing rooms. She served as ward relief society president and in other church callings. Many a grandchild benefited as she and Grant helped to finance church missions. Marjie was a believer in miracles. She prayed with great faith and had a firm testimony and love for our Savior, Jesus Christ. Hobbies of Marjie’s included a love of gardening and flowers. She worked hard to make her yard a piece of heaven. She canned and shared her produce with many. Marjie was a sports fan. She tried to attend as many athletic events of her children and grandchildren as possible. In fact, she and Grant were named Utah’s Super Fan of the Year in 2006. Marjie was a great cook and made an incredible amount of delicious rolls every Christmas breakfast. As her girls grew up, she stayed up late into the night sewing matching dresses. She and Grant attended many dances during their courtship and looked forward to dancing at the Old Folks Sociable every year. They also loved to hear their daughters sing. Marjie is survived by her husband, Grant, three sons and five daughters: Sherry (Earl) Larsen, Vicky (Ernie) Matthews, Sandy (Steve) Allred, Kristy (Craig) Bleazard, Jerry (Audrey) Gundersen, Cindy (Edward) Cole, Kim (Tammy) Gundersen, and Tarvy (Priscilla) Gundersen. She has 47 grandchildren and 127 great-grandchildren, and one great-great-grandchild. We are very proud to be counted among her posterity. She is also survived by her sister, LaBelle Fischl (98). Marjie was preceded in death by her parents, John and Clara, and brother Morgan. Funeral services will be held Saturday, April 19, 2014 at 11:00 a.m. in the Grantsville Stake Center, 550 E Durfee St. Friends and family may call on Friday, April 18, 2014 from 6:00-7:30 p.m. and on Saturday from 9:30-10:30 a.m. prior to the service, at the same location. Interment will be in the Grantsville City Cemetery.
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John O. Montoya


John (Juan) Orlando Montoya passed away April 14, 2014 in Tooele, Utah from multiple myeloma. He was born September 30, 1941 in Pagosa Springs, CO and raised in Pagosa, Lumberton and Chama, NM; Pueblo, Colorado Springs, Florence and Durango, CO; Grantsville, Stockton, (Tooele Ordnance Depot) TOD Park, Tooele, and Orem, Utah. He also lived in Colombia, South America (Tenjo, Cundinamarca; Bonda, Magdalena; and Andes, Antioquia); Okinawa, Japan; Madrid, Spain; and San Antonio, Texas. John’s early childhood included the Boy Scouts, selling door-to-door products, delivering newspapers and being a farm laborer. He was Utah’s first Peace Corps volunteer and among the very first group of volunteers to serve anywhere in the world from 1961 to 1963. John and his companions labored in rural community development/organizer in Colombia, South America. His efforts were recognized in the New York Times, letters from President John F. Kennedy and other government officials, a Returned Peace Corps Volunteers of San Antonio and St. Phillip’s College PAZ Award, and a national Beyond Upon his return from his Peace Corps service, he pursued 35-year career with the Departments of the Army, Air Force and Defense. John worked as a computer operator, management analyst, first full-time equal employment opportunity (EEO) officer, Hispanic Employment Program Manager, EEO counselor, and personnel specialist. He had assignments at the following military bases: Tooele Army Depot, Utah; Kadena Air Base (AB), Okinawa, Japan; Randolph Air Force Base (AFB), Texas and Torrejon AB, Spain. Civilian recognitions included numerous suggestion, performance and outstanding civilian career service awards. John also served our country as an Air Force reservist for 36 years. His assignments were at the Salt Lake City municipal airport, Clearfield, and Hill AFB, Utah; Kelly AFB, Texas; and Wright-Patterson AFB, Ohio. He was enlisted for eight years as a personnel technician, attaining the rank of technical sergeant (E-6). John then became a commissioned reserve officer in 1973 and served as a vanguard human/race relations officer, drug and alcohol abuse control officer, Chief of Social Actions, historian, personnel officer, executive officer, deputy Group Commander, senior Individual Mobilization Augmentee (IMA) for Wing and Air Logistics Center commanders, and Inspector General (IG) investigation officer. As Chief of Social Actions, his program was selected as the best in Fourth Air Force and the Air Force Reserve Command. He retired as a colonel (O-6) in 2001. His military decorations included the Legion of Merit, Air Force Meritorious Service Medal with one oak leaf cluster, Air Force Commendation Medal with two oak leaf clusters, Air Force Outstanding Unit Award with three oak leaf clusters, Air Force Organizational Excellence Award with two oak leaf clusters, Air Reserve Forces Meritorious Service Medal, National Defense Service Medal, Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal, Outstanding Volunteer Service Medal, Air Force Longevity Service Medal with seven oak leaf clusters, and the Armed Forces Reserve Medal with Educationally, John had a master of arts degree in human resources development and a bachelor of science degree in liberal studies. He earned credits from Brigham Young University, Rutgers University, University of Utah, Weber State College, Los Angeles City College, University of the State of New York, and Webster University. His professional military education included the Air War College, Air Command and Staff College, Squadron Officer School, and the Non-Commissioned Officer Academy where he was the recipient of an Air Force Logistics Command academic achievement award. John was a parishioner of St. Marguerite’s Catholic Church in Tooele, Utah. He served on church ministries at St. Mark the Evangelist Catholic Church in San Antonio, TX, helped with Habitat for Humanity, tutored, invested in rental income property, participated in health research studies, worked part-time reading and scoring national academic tests, enjoyed doing family histories, exercising and traveling, and was on the board of directors of a returned Peace Corps volunteer organization and a homeowners He traced branches of his family tree to Europe and Native America. His ancestors included a blacksmith with Hernan Cortes’ army and other military personnel; pioneers of early (1598) New Mexico (then known as a kingdom under Spanish rule); mayors; co-founders of Santa Fe and Albuquerque, NM; a chieftains’ daughter; a political activist who was beheaded for his role in a governor’s assassination; and another one who was banished for being a military slacker and outspoken critic of authority figures. John was preceded in death by his parents, Henry and Nellie (Pacheco) Montoya and infant sisters Lorna Mae and Henrietta. He is survived by his wife of over 47 years, Evelyn (Medina) Montoya, son John H. Montoya, sister Laurell (Manuel) Martinez, and brother Jerry (Theresa) Montoya. He is also survived by his in-laws Cecilia (Victor) Mansanarez, Henrietta Slaton, Richard Medina, Pat Thornton, Alice Miera, Margie Valdez and numerous relatives. Visitation will be at St. Marguerite’s Catholic Church in Tooele on Tuesday, April 22 from 6:00pm to 7:00pm, Eulogy at 7:00pm followed by the rosary. Funeral mass will be celebrated at St. Marguerite’s on Wednesday, April 23 at 11:00am. His remains will be cremated for interment with military honors at the Tooele City Cemetery immediately In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to cancer research, your favorite charity or St. Marguerite’s Catholic School Scholarship Fund.
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Gordon Earl Bolinder

1957-2014 An amazing man was brought into this world by Gustave "Earl" and Darlene Ada Bolinder on June 16, 1957. He sadly left us on April 6th 2014 to be with his father, mother, and sister (Jackie), after one hell of a fight with cancer. On August 2, 2003 Gordy married his high school sweetheart and love of his life Erin and two families became one. Gordy has a huge heart and found so much happiness in fixing things up from the ground up, and loved to be in his shop working with his hands - he could fix ANYTHING. He loved everyone and they loved him. His smile, laughs, and big bear hugs will be dearly missed by his wife Erin Boulard Bolinder, sons: Brett Haight and Adam Baxter, daughters: Heather Young, Joee (Collin) Lancaster, Heidi (Jeremy) Thomas, Summer (Alan) Ashworth, brother: David (Christy) Dante, sisters: Earlene (Gail) Lee, Carol Naylor, and his niece Jessica Lee his "peanut". Along with his 15 grandchildren that brought him more joy then he ever thought possible. Services will be held at the LDS church on 428 S. Hale street in Grantsville, Utah at 2:00 pm on Friday April 11, 2014. Please incorporate Gordy's favorite color royal blue into your attire. In lieu of flowers please stop by Jays Sinclair in Grantsville and for a donation get a cancer bracelet to wear on Friday. Services entrusted with Didericksen Memorial, 435-277-0050.
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Carolyn Marie Grow

Carolyn Marie Grow, was born on February 7, 1940 in Pasadena, California. She moved to Grantsville in 1999 and truly loved the town and the friends she made here. She passed away peacefully on March 28, 2014 . Carolyn loved to share her talents in art, theater, music, cooking and gardening. She earned a Masters Degree in Marine Biology and conducted research work in that field for many years. She is survived by her ten children, two brothers and her mother. Her funeral services will be held March 3rd at 11:00 am at The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints meetinghouse located at 428 S. Hale Street, Grantsville, Utah. Services entrusted with Didericksen Memorial, 435-277-0050.
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Leslie Bunn Chadwick

1951-2014
Our wonderful wife, mother, daughter and grandmother Leslie Bunn Chadwick passed away on March 28, 2014 in Tooele, Utah at the age of 62 from a recent illness and 25 years of diabetes. She was born on July 25, 1951 in Tooele, Utah the only daughter of George Arnold Bunn and Betty McFarland Bunn and the sister of Stephen (Jeannette) Bunn and Lee Bunn. She developed her love of horses and rodeo growing up on the MelbaAnn Ranch in Vernon, Utah where she spent most of her years. She married Harold W. Chadwick on March 29, 1968 in Elko, Nevada and have two daughters Kelly and Stacey. She loved following her girls around to all their sporting events especially softball games. She loved watching her girls play softball and was their biggest fan. Her pride and joy was her grandchildren, Braden Russell, Kassidie Russell, Austin Chadwick, and Brennan Harvey. She loved having them around and watching them at their sporting events and the activities they were involved in. She was a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, the Grantsville Fire Department Auxiliary, and the State Firemen’s Association Auxiliary of which she served a year as the President. She is survived by her husband of 46 years Harold, her two daughters Kelly (Kyle) Russell, and Stacey (Charley) Harvey, her 4 grandchildren, her mother Betty Bunn and her two brothers. She is also survived by her brother-in-laws, Glen, Johnny, Lynn and Jody Chadwick, and her sister-in-laws Denise Chadwick, Carrie Chadwick, and Jeannette Bunn as well as many nieces, nephews and cousins. She was preceded in death by her father George Bunn, grandparents and several aunts and uncles. In lieu of flowers please make donations in her name to the Utah Diabetes Association. A viewing will be held Wednesday April 2, 2014 from 6-8 p.m. at the Grantsville West Stake Center on 115 E. Cherry Street. Funeral services will be held on Thursday April 3, 2014 at 11:30 a.m. with a viewing from 10-11:30 a.m. Interment in the Grantsville City Cemetery. Services entrusted with Didericksen Memorial, 435-277-0050.
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Preston J. Empey

1926-2014
Preston Empey, 87, loving husband, father and grandfather returned home on March 19, 2014 to reunite with parents, brothers, sister and grandson, Ethan Empey. Preston was born on September, 11, 1926 to Hyrum Bryner and Mary Ann Harradence Empey in St. George, Utah. He was the youngest of 7 children and spent the first years of his life growing up and working on his family's farm in St. George. He graduated from Dixie Junior College High School in 1944. Shortly after, he joined the U.S. Navy and served as a Sea Bee from 1944 to 1947. He loved music and played the clarinet and saxophone in several naval bands in the South Pacific and China during WWII and in Port Hueneme, CA, where he met Glenna Grant. They were married on June 5, 1948 (later solemnized in the Manti Temple in1964). Preston graduated from Dixie College in 1949 and received his degree in music from BYU in 1952. The majority of Preston's work career was spent in the dairy industry. In 1953, he worked for Cloverleaf Dairy in Provo, where he quickly became manager. He transferred to Tooele in 1963 with Highland Dairy, which was later acquired by Cream O' Weber. He was a home delivery and milk distributor for 57 years. He did not retire until the age of 83. He and his milk trucks were known by many in the Tooele valley. Preston's talent and love of music was shared continually through various church callings in the LDS church. He directed numerous ward and stake choirs, countless church services and orchestras for church musical productions (The Music Man, The Sound of Music, Fiddler on the Roof). Preston grew up in an era when your value came from how hard you worked. He was loyal and loved his family, his church, his country and his many customers. We will miss his generous heart and sense of humor. He is survived by his wife (Glenna), his 5 children, Robert Empey, Kerry Hatch (Kyle), Jan Lorensen (Preston), Kendall Empey (Teri) and Tracie Sexton (Ted). He also has 13 grandchildren and 2 great grandchildren. The family wishes to express special thanks and gratitude to the staff of CNS Hospice Care. Funeral services will be held at 11:00 AM, Tuesday March 25 at the Skyline LDS Church, 777 Skyline Dr., Tooele. Viewings will be held at the same church on Monday from 7:00 to 8:30 PM and on Tuesday from 10:00 to 10:45 AM. Interment at Tooele City Cemetery. In lieu of flowers donations to the National Association of Senior Veterans (www.NASV.org) are encouraged. Services entrusted with Diderickson Memorial (435-277-0050).
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Matthew Shirl Black

Matthew (Matt) Shirl Black born Oct. 12, 1971 passed away March 4, 2014. He grew up in Taylorsville, Utah and graduated from Taylorsville High School. He married his childhood sweetheart, Annette Hyde, on March 28, 1991. Matt was a lover of the outdoors, the Yankees, a good drink, and bagpipe music. Matthew was very accomplished in his field of work, HVAC, where he earned the rank of journeyman and taught many apprentices at UVU. Later in life he was blessed to have gained a relationship with his birth family. There was nothing in life he loved more than his family and friends. Matt is survived by his wife, five children Monica, Morgan, Mickelle, McKenzy, and only son, Matt. As well as his precious granddaughter, Elise (Boobala). Father, Shirl R. Black and sisters Jennifer (Terry) Word and Becky Kehl and many other family and friends. A memorial service will be held March 8, 2014 at 2:00 p.m in the LDS church located at 428 S Hale Street Grantsville, Utah 84029. Services are entrusted to Didericksen, 435-277-0050.
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Doris Ann Houghton

On March 3, 2014, our Special Angel, Doris Ann Houghton, returned to the arms of our Heavenly Father. She was born on October 31, 1975 to Robert J. and Myrna Houghton. She touched the lives of all who knew her and got one of her smiles. She is survived by her parents, 5 brothers and 2 sisters: Mark (Melanie) Houghton, Kathy (Jim) Clay, Leon Houghton, Raymond (Cheryl) Houghton, Steven (Laura) Houghton, Gary (Nanette) Houghton, and Jean Houghton and many many nieces and nephews. Preceded in death by her grandparents, uncles, and a cousin. She will be greatly missed. Special thanks to Rise and Harmony Health and all the aides who have helped with Doris over the years. Funeral services will be held at 11:00 am on Friday, March 7th at the Grantsville 6th ward chapel (81 N. Church St, Grantsville). A viewing will be held the night before, at the same location, from 6:00-8:00 p.m., as well as an hour prior to the service. Services entrusted with Didericksen Memorial, 435-277-0050.
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James Michael Schulz

1948-2014
James Michael “Mike” Schulz, age 66, passed away unexpectedly on February 24th, 2014. Mike was born in Okmulgee, Oklahoma, January 24th, 1948. Mike was married to Beverly Ellen Anderson of Grantsville in 1973. He served three tours of duty in Vietnam for the Army. Mike was a member of the Teamsters Union Local 222, after working several years in construction trades. An accomplished truck driver, he drove over one million miles without an accident. A die hard Pontiac enthusiast, Mike loved fast cars and drag races, he also loved music ranging from soul and jazz to early rock n’ roll. Mike is survived by his two daughters Leona (Alex) Smith of Salt Lake City and Catherine (Morgan) Velasquez of Tooele. Mike found great joy in watching his daughters sing and dance. He is also survived by his sister Mary (Angelo) Casserino of Lebanon, Oregon. He was preceded in death by his wife, Beverly, and his parents. A visitation will be held from 6-8pm Monday, March 3rd, 2014 at the LDS chapel located at 415 West Apple Street, Grantsville, Utah 84029. A memorial service will be held the following day, Tuesday, March 4th at 11am with a one hour visitation prior to the service. The memorial service will be held at the same LDS chapel. Services entrusted with Didericksen Memorial, 435-277-0050.
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Daniel Elwood Aragon

Our loving son, brother, uncle, nephew and good friend Daniel E. Aragon passed from this world on February 20th 2014 to join family and friends in the kingdom of heaven. He was our angel on earth and we are sure he will carry on his work for God in the upper room. Daniel Elwood Aragon was born to Danny and Tina Aragon on November 4th, 1996, attended school at Harris Elementary, Tooele Jr. High and most recently Tooele High and the CLC where he was taking college classes concurrently with his high courses. He received his religious education at the St. Marguerite’s Catholic Church. He was an excellent student in most all subjects the schools had to offer. He was member of the high school debate team in his first two years of high school and was once a team captain. His goal in life was to attend law school and become a successful attorney and we fully believe he would have made a great one. Brother Daniel was a caring, lovable and extremely handsome young man that gave so much to the world without even trying, he was truly beautiful inside and out. He was loved by his family and friends deeply. He had a wide variety of hobbies and interests such as; dirt biking, camping, on-line gaming, exploring new places but his greatest love was sports. Daniel was very energetic and loved being part of a team. His competitive nature made it possible for him to pursue his happiness through football and wrestling from the time he was just a small child. He was a member of the Varsity Football and Wrestling teams at Tooele High. He met many good friends through these activities and traveled to compete with them all over the state. On the football field he was a dedicated offensive and defensive lineman for his team and a courageous wrestler that competed with the biggest and toughest in the state of Utah. He once for part of a wrestling season agreed to fill the varsity 285 pound spot because the team was lacking a candidate even though he was much lighter than all the opponents. Daniel was a person who loved so deeply, puts his blood sweat and tears into everything he touched; a person that loved his parents, family, friends, coaches, church, school, and community. He was a born a leader, capable, strong, practical, curious, loyal, a perfectionist with powerful intellect , and he had the ability to put a smile on anyone’s face and made you feel good inside just by being around him. We will forever miss his beautiful smile, contagious laugh, kisses, wonderful hugs and his ever present affectionate ear tugs that he would always give to his family and friends, and we will even miss his practical jokes. Life will never be the same, but we will forever be grateful to Daniel for the time he spent with us teaching us how to be better parents, and people. We have faith in our Savior Jesus Christ that our beautiful Daniel is in his loving arms and is at peace waiting for us to join him at home in our Lord’s house. Daniel is survived by his father and mother Danny and Tina Aragon, Brothers Jacob (Cristina), Dylan, and Sister Jessica Garcia. Nieces, Lilly, Mia, Brianna, Elaina, Adriauna, and nephew Leandro, paternal grandmother Marcella Aragon, great grandfather Elizardo Vigil, his very special great grandmother, Gertrude Aragon and special uncle Marty Aragon, and many other aunts, uncles and cousins, and friends. He is preceded in death by maternal grandmother Louise Martinez, Grandfather Herman Aviles Sr. paternal grandfather Robert F. Aragon, great grandfather Jose “Jake” Aragon, great grandmother Sally Vigil, great grandparents Albert and Mary Martinez. Services will be held at St. Marguerite’s Catholic Church in Tooele, Utah with a Viewing, and tribute to Daniel on Tuesday February 25th, 2014 from 6:00-8:00 pm and Funeral Mass on Wednesday February 26th, 2014 at 11:00 am (10am viewing). Following interment at the Tooele City Cemetery we would be deeply honored to have everyone’s company at a luncheon at St. Marguerites’ in honor of Daniels memory.
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