William Glen Bolinder

William Glen Bolinder (Bill), 52, of Tooele, Utah passed away suddenly, February 28, 2016. Bill was born May 3, 1963 in Salt Lake City, Utah, to Glen Lester Bolinder and Dorothy Nora (Madill) Bolinder. Married Heidi Lumpkins, but were later divorced. He was raised in Grantsville, attended Grantsville schools and Dixie State University. Bill worked in the family business, Glen’s Excavating and Grading and Bolinder Companies. He continued to work in construction until recently. Bill’s most important and rewarding job was taking care of his father in the last year of his life. Bill was a voracious reader, always reading two to three books at a time, he loved golfing, gardening and spending time with his children. He was an avid U2 fan and was lucky enough to attend some of their concerts. One of the most rewarding experiences in his life was to coach Junior Jazz, he was a great coach and developed many special relationships. He is survived by three children, Jacy Bell, Katrina and Connor Bolinder and one grandchild; brothers, Bruce (Carolya) and Garry (Stacey); Sister Cheryl (Sherrie) Bolinder. Bill had a great love for animals especially his two cats, Zimba and Mante. He was preceded in death by his parents. The funeral service will be held in Grantsville at The Old Grantsville Church, 297 W Clark Street, on Tuesday March 8, 2016 11:00 AM preceded by a visitation from 10:30 – 11:00. Interment to follow at Grantsville City Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donate to Bill’s favorite charity: Best Friends Animal Society www.bestfriends.org. Services entrusted with Didericksen Memorial, 435-277-0050.
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Lewis Alexander Hunsaker

Lewis Alexander Hunsaker was born March 1, 1924 in Elwood, Utah to Burnice and Elna (Anderson) Hunsaker. He passed away February 18, 2016 at his home in Murray, Utah from complications of congestive heart disease. Lew was a true Renaissance man. Roman rider, mechanic, Navy seaman (WWII), pilot, long-haul trucker and long-time member of the Beehive Statesmen Barbershop Chorus, he enjoyed a wide variety of activities and a keen sense of humor throughout his life. He married Betty Lou Liljenquist January 5, 1942. Their marriage was blessed with 5 children: Terrie (Roger) Turness, Conrad (Diane), Gary (Roxana), Paul (Glenda) and Mark (Joyce). Marriage solemnized in the Salt Lake Temple. Betty passed away in 1997. Lew unexpectedly found love again at the age of 83. He married Sharilyn (Kroll) Hunsaker on September 14, 2007 in the Jordan River Temple. Shari was able to meet Lew toe-to-toe in exchanging smart remarks. Theirs proved to be a great love story and left each a better person. Lew was preceded in death by his parents, wife Betty, brother, and one grandson. He is survived by his wife Shari, five children and their spouses, ten grandchildren, eleven great-grandchildren, seven great-great-grandchildren and two sisters. The family wishes to extend special thanks to Ellen Rojas for her devoted and loving care through the years. Lew considered her family and we acknowledge her grief at his passing. Per Lew’s wishes there will be no viewing. A graveside service will be held at Lakeview Memorial Cemetery, 1640 Lakeview Drive, Bountiful, Utah on Saturday, February 20, 2016 at 11:00am. Following the service, guests are invited to join the family for lunch at Chuck-A-Rama at 212 S 500 W in Bountiful for a farewell ‘pig out’ in Lew’s honor. Services entrusted with Didericksen Memorial, 435-277-0050.
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Mary Ann Didericksen Kimber

Mary Ann Didericksen Kimber, a beloved and devoted mother, grandmother and wife, passed away February 14, 2016, in Eagle Mountain, Utah, at the age of 69, of causes incident to age. She was born in Tremonton, Utah, on November 18, 1946 to Odeen and Phyllis Didericksen. She was the oldest of four children. She attended Grantsville High School and graduated from Brigham Young University with a degree in Elementary Education. She married Gary Kimber on June 7, 1969, in the Manti Temple of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. She was a lifelong, faithful member of the church, devoting her time in sharing the gospel of Jesus Christ. Mary Ann loved playing the piano, dancing, anything BYU, teaching children and spending time with her family and friends. She is survived by her husband, Gary; children Dane (Wendy) Elkridge; Gina (Mike), Declo, Idaho; Kristina (Robert), Fredericksburg, Virginia; Mark (Kelli) College Station, Texas; Kirk (Jennifer), Lehi; and 25 grandchildren. A viewing will be held on Friday, February 19 from 6-8 pm at the Grantsville West Stake Center (115 E Cherry St, Grantsville). Funeral services will be Saturday, February 20 at 12:00 pm at the Valley View Ward in Eagle Mountain (9475 N Mustang Way, Eagle Mountain) with a viewing from 10:30 - 11:30 prior to the funeral. Interment will follow at Grantsville City Cemetery. Services entrusted with Didericksen Memorial, 435-277-0050.
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Harry Glenn Remick Jr.

“Papa”
West Valley City, Utah- Harry Remick passed away at home in his sleep on February 10, 2016. He was 69 years old. Harry was born May 26, 1946 in Danville, Pennsylvania to Harry Glenn and Mable Swank Remick. Harry attended Danville High School and later served in the U.S. Navy for 4 years. He was an avid outdoorsman who enjoyed hunting and fishing regularly. His favorite pastime was playing cards with family and friends. Harry moved to Utah where he met Evelyn Brown and they were married in Elko, Nevada in 1979. He pursued his career at Tooele Army Depot for more than 20 years and later retired. Harry is survived by his children, Clint (Jackie) Remick, Jason (Mattie) Remick, Monty (Alysha) Remick, and step-daughter Sunshine Cordova. His siblings, Joan Purcell, Donna Boyer, Millie and Andy Thomas, Doris Young, Jerry and Maryanne Remick, and George and Ellen Remick. And an Aunt Louise Swank Barnhart of Danville. His legacy also includes 17 grandchildren and 3 great-grandkids. He is preceded in death by his parents and brother-in-laws, Russel Boyer, Donald Purcell, and Donald Young, and 2 nephews, Monty Earl Thomas and Janaka Carl. Harry had a great sense of humor and was a kind, loving man who made numerous dear friends throughout his lifetime. He is loved and shall be missed by many, including his best puppy dog pal Kaluah. To honor his request there will be no services as he is returning home to his loved ones in Pennsylvania.
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Dixie Louise Arbon

Dixie Louise Arbon, beloved wife, mother, grandmother, and great-grandmother returned home on the morning of February 9, 2016 after a valiant battle with cancer. Dixie was born Sept. 11, 1938 to John Alvin Anderson and Ethel Alberta Kesler in Grantsville, UT. Dixie was married on November 23, 1956 to her sweetheart Marnel Dale Arbon. She was a wonderful mother to her two children Michele Rae Perkins and Robert Marnel Arbon. Dixie was an active member of the LDS church serving many years in primary, sunday school and relief society callings. She particularly loved her calling as a teacher in the Relief Society. Dixie enjoyed gardening and reading. She brought a smile to many as she worked as a cashier and in customer service at the Junior Mart and later at Soelberg’s for many years. Dixie is very thoughtful and often sent letters to her family and friends. Those letters and cards were commonly signed with love and the phrase, “Be Safe, Be Healthy, Be Happy”. Her greatest joy was her grandchildren. She always had love, a smile, and some cookies and milk for them. She was thoughtful of what would bring them joy and was very supportive in attending their activities and serving them. Holidays were always a magical time at her house with Easter egg hunts, Valentine’s treats, and wonderful Christmas parties. She was a grandmother to many, including those who weren’t related. Her loving nature brought joy to many and helped them to feel loved. DIxie will leave a legacy of grace, love, thoughtfulness, determination, and of selfless service. She truly was dedicated to whatever she set her mind to. She spent her life caring for those who were in need. She cared for her mother-in-law Selma Madsen, and her daughter Michele as they both battled their own illnesses. Shortly after the passing of her daughter, Dixie was informed that she had cancer and her next journey began. She battled cancer for many years and fought valiantly to the end. Her nurses commented that she never complained but always expressed gratitude and determination. She was loved by all of her doctors and nurses because of her kind and sweet nature. The family would like to express their gratitude to the staff at the Huntsman Cancer Institute and the Rocky Mountain Care Center for their care. Dixie was preceded in death by her parents and her daughter, Michele. She is survived by her husband, Marnel; Son, Robert (Becky) Arbon; grandchildren, Melissa (Steve) Free; Mandi (Garth) Huffaker; Rhonda (Bill) Miller; Ammie (Mark) Riddle; Jenny (Josh) Morison; Scott (Alyssa) Arbon; Holly (Jared) Brown; Jason, Nick, and Brady Arbon; her 21 great-grandchildren; and her four siblings (Carl, Rex, Jackie, and Hoy). A viewing service will be held on Friday, February 12, from 6-8 p.m. in Grantsville, UT (428 S. Hale St.). Funeral services will be held on Saturday, February 13, at 11:00 a.m. at the same location with an additional viewing that morning at 10:00 a.m.
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John J. “Jack” Welsh

John J. “Jack” Welsh, loving husband, father, grandfather and great-grandfather, passed away peacefully at his daughter’s home on Wednesday, February 3, 2016 at the age of 95. He was born April 30, 1920 in Manhattan, New York to Peter and Kathleen “Kate” Welsh. He married Marie R. MacArthur in Vallejo, California, September 10, 1950. Marie preceded him in death, but not before they had 64 wonderful years and three children together. Jack enlisted into the U.S. Army just prior to WWII and served his country for 5 ½ years, in which he obtained the rank of Captain. Afterwards he remained in Vallejo, California, met his loving wife and worked at Benicia Arsenal as a Civil Engineer. He was also very involved in the operation of the Benicia Arsenal Federal Credit Union as Chairman of the Board. When Benicia closed in 1961 Jack was transferred to the Tooele Ordinance Depot as Director of Services. At that time, he and Phil Miller, then credit union president, relocated the Benicia Arsenal Credit Union to the Tooele Ordinance Depot, where he was involved with the credit union for over 50 years. He was inducted into the Credit Union Hall of Fame on March 15, 2003. He retired from the Tooele Ordinance Depot in 1981 and continued as a consultant for various subcontractor s until 1985, at which time he retired for good. Jack served as a Tooele City Councilman, and held a position on the board of directors of both the Tooele Hospital and the Tooele Nursing Home. He held a seat on the Tooele Planning and Zoning Commission. He also was very active in the Catholic Church. He served 20 years alternating as area Chairman or Area Vice Chairman on the State Diocese and Development Drive and one term as the State Chairman. Jack could always be found working as a volunteer at various community events such as the Tooele Arts Festival and St. Marguerites Fall Festival. Jack and Marie loved to spend their summers in Clearlake, California with the kids, grandkids and friends who all visited as often as they could. Boating was a big part of all of our lives. He is survived by three children; Mark Welsh, Suzanne (Tom) Rainwater and Bob (Jackie) Welsh, who all loved him dearly; seven grandchildren - Stephanie Welsh; Tiffany (Jed Matthews) Rainwater, Joe (Lindsey) Rainwater and Jonathan Rainwater; Michael, Alec and Rafe Welsh and four beautiful great grandchildren. A special thank you to Home Instead, Right At Home and Harmony for making it possible for Dad to remain at home as he transitioned into the last stage of his life. A visitation will be held Thursday, February 11th from 6:00 - 8:00 p.m. A Funeral Mass will be held Friday, February 12th at 11:00 a.m., with visitation from 10:00 – 10:45 a.m. All will be held at Saint Marguerite Catholic Church, 15 South 7th Street, Tooele, Utah with Interment at Tooele City Cemetery. Services entrusted with Didericksen Memorial, 435-277-0050. Jack led an extraordinary life. He always approached it with joy, humor and optimism. We have so many fond memories, too many to mention, that we’ll hold close to our hearts. He is once again with our Mother and we know both are now watching over us. Know that you will be dearly missed Dad. You and Mom will be forever in our hearts! May Perpetual Light Shine Upon You.
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Camilia Faye (Bolinder) Mead

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