Betty Shields Castagno

Betty Shields Castagno, Mother, Grandmother and Friend to all passed from this life to be reunited with her sweetheart on March 30th, 2016. Betty was born in Pine Canyon UT onDecember 9th, 1925 to Don Shields and Eva Sagers. She was theyoungest of 4 children, Therman, Elma, and Erma. Betty was born and raised in Pine Canyon, and was blessed to live there all of her 90 years with the exception of a few years spent on theCastagno family ranch in Ophir. She was a graduate of Tooele High School. Betty met the love of her life, Gene Castagno at the age of 14 and after his service in the Navy they were married January 18, 1947. They were sealed for time and all eternity in the Salt Lake Temple on October 11, 1974. Her friends and family were the highlight of her life! She loved watching any sporting event especially her kids, grandkids, BYU and the Utah Jazz. She has been a lifelong member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints holding many different callings including coach, single adult leader and was young women’s secretary in her 80’s, she was a devoted visiting teacher. For 29 years she volunteered her time as a tour guide at the Tooele Valley Train Museum where she shared her knowledge and love of Tooele County. She was a hard worker starting out in high school at Bevans Hardware, later in life she worked as the Chemist Assistant at the International Smelting and Refining Company. She loved to be of service to everyone, 1,000’s of loaves of bread and root beer floats were delivered over the years topeople she felt needed love and service. She never met a stranger she didn’t like, and everyone that met her loved her.She had a tendency to play jokes. She was always ready to show love with food in the fridge and a laugh in hand. She was preceded in death by her parents, husband, brother, sister, daughter in law (Kim Castagno), and son in law (Richard Warner). She is survived by her children Shauna Warner, Tom (Jodi) Castagno, and Leo (Becky) Castagno, 36 grandchildren, 55 great grandchildren and 4 great great grandchildren. Funeral Services will be held Monday, April 4th, 2016 at 11:00 at the Pine Canyon LDS Church (2032 Churchwood Drive, Pine Canyon UT) Viewing will be held Sunday April 3rd at the Pine Canyon Church from 6:00-8:00 PM and also at 10:00 AM on Monday April 4th. She has been a teacher, friend, neighbor, and a true treasure to many, ultimately, Betty was a true disciple of Christ and we all cherish the memories we have made with her. Services entrusted with Didericksen Memorial, 435-277-0050.

Mary A. Parks

Mary A. Parks, 90, of Tooele, Utah entered into eternal peace on Sunday, March 27, 2016. Born on July 19, 1925 in Pensacola, Florida, she is predeceased by her parents, Manuel Lagos and Anna V. Henderson, and her late husband of 61 years, Clarence A. Parks of Tooele, Utah. Many years of her life were devoted to St. Marguerite’s Catholic Church as she taught Catechism to many children and young adults and sang in the church choir. With her children she enjoyed participating in the Girl and Boy Scouts. She was a loving mother, grandmother and great grandmother. Mary is survived by her loving children, Mike Parks, Tim (Karen) Parks and Frances (Robert) Rosarius, grand-children; Nicholas, Chad, Cody, Colt, Dallas, Lance, Landon, David, and Angie, and many great-grandchildren. The viewing and rosary will be at the St. Marguerite’s Catholic Church, April 1, 2016, 6:00-8:00 pm. The funeral Mass will be at the St. Marguerite’s Catholic Church, April 2, 2016, 10:00-12:00 pm. Services entrusted with Didericksen Memorial, 435-277-0050.

Hazel Louise Callister Worthington

Hazel Louise Callister Worthington, 86, passed away at her Grantsville residence on March 21, 2016. She was born on July 17, 1929 in Chester, San Pete County, Utah to Willard Clark Callister and Hazel Candland Callister. She was named Hazel Louise to distinguish her from her mother, also named Hazel. She lived most of her life in Grantsville, Utah. She loved her family and enjoyed any time she could spend with them. She served in many positions in the LDS church and loved to work with others and help those in need. She will be greatly missed by family and friends. Hazel Louise married George (Wally) Worthington for time and all eternity in the Salt Lake Temple on September 15, 1947. She and her eternal companion, Wally are now reunited. She was preceded in death by her husband Wally and her son David Kay Worthington. She is survived by her son Scott Worthington (Vienna) of Colorado Springs, CO and her 4 grandchildren, Michael James Worthington (Eva Ruth) of St. Augustine, FL, Kelly Louise Worthington of Salt Lake City, UT, Katherine (Kathy) Worthington Thomander (David) of San Antonio, TX, and Phillip Scott Worthington of Monterey, CA. She is also survived by four great grandchildren, Jacob Worthington, Kayla Thomander, Makenna Thomander, and Caden Thomander. Graveside services will be held on Wednesday, March 30 at 1:00 p.m. at the Grantsville City Cemetery. In lieu of flowers please send contributions to the American Heart Association.

Gerrie Moser Pogorzelski

Gerrie Moser Pogorzelski passed away March 21, 2016. She is survived by her daughter Heidi Barney, Son In Law Troy Barney, grandsons Colton and Keaton Barney, her future granddaughter Brylie Taylor, sisters Beverly Joyce Moser and Judy (Ed) Mortensen. She is preceded in death by parents George and Vella Moser. Graveside Service will be held Monday, March 28 @ 11:00 am in the Tooele City Cemetery. A special thank you to Kris Frost and the amazing staff at Hunter Hollow for their wonderful care and compassion, and to all of our friends and family for their love and support. I’m everything I am because you loved me.

Charles G. (Jerry) Johnson

Charles G. (Jerry) Johnson also known as Chuck, passed away at his home on March 9, 2016 after a brief battle with cancer. Jerry was born July 23, 1929 in Grantsville, Utah and was the son of Paul G. and Laura Hudson Johnson. He graduated from Grantsville High School and was a member of the 1947 Utah State Championship Basketball Team. After high school he briefly attended Utah State University. He joined the Navy and served for 4 years during the Korean War. Jerry married Jeannine Kinder on January 5, 1950 in Magna, Utah. Their marriage was later solemnized in the Salt Lake Temple. He worked for Lincoln Wearever in the foodservice industry before retiring. Jerry and Jeannine lived in Washington, Colorado, and California before returning to his home town of Grantsville, Utah. Jerry was an avid hunter and fisherman with fishing being the most passionate pastime. He enjoyed Alaska trips and catching albacore in San Diego, California. His favorite was his annual camping and fishing trip to his secret spot near Saratoga, Wyoming for over fifty years with his friends from Denver. During his later years, he enjoyed going to Montello and the Grantsville Dam to fish. He went on many fishing trips with his son Dave. He was so proud of his son Dave, daughter Lollie, and his grandchildren and great grandchildren. He loved sports and was a proud Denver Bronco fan. He also followed the Utah Jazz. He enjoyed visiting with his high school friends from Grantsville. All who knew him will remember his great sense of humor, tremendous wit, and personality. He was a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. Jerry is survived by his wife Jeannine, his son Dave (Judy) Johnson, and daughter Lollie Johnson. He has 7 grandchildren: Luke, Wendi, Cindy, Julie, Danny, Emily, and Chris; and 12 great grandchildren. He is also survived by his brother, James (Lola) Johnson and his sister, Carol Gallegos. A funeral service will be held in the Grantsville Deseret Peak Ward at 550 East Durfee St. Grantsville at 12:00 p.m. on Monday March 14, 2016. There will be a viewing at 550 East Durfee St. from 10:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. prior to the funeral services. Interment will be at the Grantsville Cemetery following the services. The family would like to thank the Veterans Hospital, Huntsman Cancer Institute, Community Nursing Services, and Didericksen Memorial for their care and support. The support of dear friends and neighbors has also been much appreciated.

Ruben Rocha Patiño

Noviembre 19, 1945 - Marzo 3, 2016
“Todo tiene su tiempo y todo lo que se quiere debajo del cielo tiene su hora. Mi tiempo de ir vino ya pero yo, Rubén Rocha, he peleado la buena batalla, he acabado la carrera, he guardado la fe y ahora regreso con Honor a mi Hogar Celestial"
Sus padres: Santos Rocha y Lilia Patiño. Su esposa por 50 años: Gloria Anaya Bravo. Sus hijos: Lilian(Tarcisio), Claudia(James), Yazmín(Roberto), Hyrum(Ana). Sus hermanos: Jaime, Eduardo, José Luis, Ángel y Guillermo. Y su hermoso legado de 15 nietos. Los servicios funerales para Rubén se llevaran a cabo en la Capilla del Barrio Aspen 7 de Orem (1485 N 800W).
Acto Velatorio: Jueves Marzo 10 a las 6:00 PM Servicio Funeral: Viernes Marzo 11 a las 11:00 AM (con un velatorio corto de 9:30-10:30AM) Rubén será sepultado en el cementerio de la Ciudad de Orem. Servicios Funerales prestados por: Funeraria La Eternidad, 801-449-1568. Para dejar condolencias o mensajes sirvase dejarlo en la parte de comentarios o ir directamente haciendo click en el enlace aqui abajo.