Caroline Overson Jacobs Smith

Caroline Overson Jacobs Smith, age 86 passed away August 31, 2016. She started her journey August 19, 1930, in Lucin Utah. She was born to William Christian Overson and Mina Johnson Overson. About the time in the 3 rd grade the family moved to Delta. She went to school at Sutherland Elementary and High school in Delta. She married Curtis Wayne Jacobs August 10 th 1948 (he was the most handsome of them all), later solemnized in Salt Lake Temple November 21, 1952. Curtis worked at Tooele Army Depot so they moved to Stockton. They had 8 children. She was active in the church as chorister and other callings. Curtis died April 27 1989. She later moved to Tooele and worked at the Glowing Embers as their baker making pies and rolls for 11 years. She met her late husband John E. (Jack) Smith at the friendly Dance Club. They were married 11 years. They were a good team together remodeling and renting homes. He died March 3, 1996. She remained in Grantsville until 2014, when she moved to Santaquin to be close to siblings. She loved to help with humanitarian organizations, she was the fastest quilter of all. She loved singing and playing guitar for Seniors Centers and Care Centers. She was famous for her carrot cake. Caroline is survived by her children, DeLane Jacobs (Sherrie) Midvale, John Jacobs Tooele, Roberta Welton (Daniel Owen) Monarch, Deborah Watson (Greg) Tooele, Kevin Jacobs (Gail Morris ) Cedar City, Curtis Lynn Jacobs Santaquin. Corinne Campbell (Lance) Magna. She is preceded in death by her son David Jacobs, husbands Curtis and Jack. Caroline requested no funeral. A viewing will be held Tuesday September 6, 2016 from 6-8 PM at the LDS Church, 428 South Hale Street, Grantsville. And a viewing at at the same location on Wednesday, September 7, 2016 from 10-11 am. After which her body will be taken to the Grantsville cemetery for a ceremony of life. Family would like to thank the Santaquin 19th Ward for their kindness and Carma with Maple Creek Hospice for the best care and love they showed our mother.

Philip Chamberlain

1942 - 2016
Philip Edward Chamberlain died Monday, August 29, 2016 in Tooele Utah. Phil was born in American Fork, Utah to Afton and Katherine Chamberlain on June 16, 1942. The oldest of three siblings, Phil was raised in Cedar Fort, Utah and loved reading, hunting, fishing, and enjoyed playing and watching sports. In 1964 Phil was drafted into the US Army and was stationed in Fort Riley, Kansas. He married Carla Sagers on November 18, 1988. Their marriage was later solemnized in the Salt Lake Temple in 1992. Phil could always be found watching sports. He was a lifelong fan of the Utah Jazz and Oakland Raiders. He enjoyed being around family and loved his time spent working in the Salt Lake Temple. Phil is survived by his wife, one daughter Melissa, three sons, Mark, Chance, and Scott (Madeline.) He is also survived by his brothers Curtis (Sue) Chamberlain, Spencer Chamberlain and one sister Margaret (Bill) Stephens-Jordan. He is preceded in death by his parents. Funeral services will be held Friday, September 2, 2016 at 11:00 AM in the Grantsville LDS West Stake Center at 115 E. Cherry Street, Grantsville, UT. There will be a viewing the night before from 6:00-8:00 PM at the same location and again prior to the services from 9:30-10:30 AM. Interment will follow at the Grantsville City Cemetery. Services entrusted with Didericksen Memorial, 435-277-0050.

Chad D. Durfee

1963 - 2016
Chad D. Durfee, our loving husband, dad, brother, uncle and friend passed away Saturday August 20th peacefully surrounded by family. Chad was born on March 15, 1963 in Oakland, California to Constance Bailey Durfee and Milo Vaughn Durfee. The Family moved to Taylorsville UT in 1969. He graduated from Kearns High School in 1981 after which he served a full time LDS Mission in the Mexico City North Mission. Upon returning he married his sweetheart and eternal companion Linda “Jill” Larson on August 8, 1984. He was an Eagle Scout and loved working with the youth. He valued hard work and was a man of faith always believing in our Savior Jesus Christ. Chad diligently worked 26 years for a software company where he developed many lifelong friendships and was provided the opportunity to travel and see the world. He was a man of many talents, who inspired others by his actions and example. He enjoyed being a member and serving with the SUP. His greatest joys came from watching the achievements of his kids and grandkids. He is preceded in death by his father and mother, Milo and Constance Durfee. Chad is survived by his wife, Jill; children, Camber (Allison)West Valley, Shea (Shellece)Logan, Dustin (Jentry)Ogden, Dane (Chelsea)Ogden, Callie (Kaleb Killpack)Grantsville, Bren, Neena; Grandkids, Khai, Jace, Lily, Everean Killpack; Siblings, Vaughn, Janell, Warren, Jeff, Milo, Tyler; and many nieces and nephews. Funeral services will be held Friday, August 26, 2016 at 1:00 in the 6th Ward building 81 N. Church St. with a viewing Thursday night from 6-8 and Friday prior to the services 11:30-12:30. Interment will be at the Grantsville Cemetery. We would like to thank all our Family and Friends for their outpouring of love, prayers and support. And for CNS for providing more than nursing. And Didericksen Memorial.

Richard "Dick" Hutchins

Richard Keel Hutchins ... "Dick"
A man whose heart was pure and without guile.
On a cold, stormy night in Emmett, Idaho, Richard Keel Hutchins was born in his family's home on January 4, 1935 to Elmer and Louva Keel Hutchins. Eighty-one years later on August 1, 2016, he was blessed to also be home surrounded by his family as he passed peacefully into the next life. He patiently battled the effects of Parkinson's Disease for over 17 years. As a young boy, his road led him to Wendover, Utah and then Rush Valley where he lived as a teenager. He was an excellent athlete, playing both basketball and baseball for Tooele High School. He loved those sports so much that he walked home to Rush Valley from practices. Many nights, he walked the whole distance. Some nights, he was lucky enough to hitch a ride. After graduating from Tooele High, he joined the United States Army and was honorably discharged after serving for two years. This time his road led him home to the United States from Germany. He got off the bus at the Blue Bird Confectionery in Grantsville. He met and married Barbara Jefferies, a Grantsville girl, in the Salt Lake Temple on December 7, 1956. The road then led him to Logan where he attended and graduated from Utah State University. In the end, the road led him back to Grantsville where they made their home and raised their three children, Mark, Jeri and Jeff. He was a faithful member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and set an example of Christ-like humility. He had the wonderful opportunity to serve in all the organizations of the church, including bishop, where he touched countless lives. Dick loved golf! His children laugh as they remember how they've seen every golf course in every town they've traveled through. For 33 years he loved his job at Hercules. Both of these loves provided him with great friends. Those whose hearts will miss him on this earth will be: the one who calls him "Sweetheart", Bobbie Hutchins, those who call him "Dad": Mark & Tamee Hutchins, Jeri & Kevin Butler, Jeff & Krista Hutchins ... those who call him "Grandpa": Megan, Jacob, Taylor, Lindsay, Ryan, Whitney, Austin, Tyson, Dillon, Tanner, Jackson, their spouses and 17 great-grandchildren. Those who call him "brother": Calvin & Luana Hutchins and Dolores Bracken and of course, the many who call him "friend." Waiting for him in Heaven are his parents, his parents-in-law, Calbert and Chleo Fidler Jefferies and his great-granddaughter, Gracie Hope Critchlow. Funeral services will be held Friday, August 5, 2016 at noon in the Grantsville LDS West Stake Center at 115 E. Cherry Street, Grantsville, UT. There will be a viewing the night before from 6:00-8:00 PM at the same location and again prior to the services from 10:30-11:45 AM. Interment will be at the Grantsville City Cemetery. The family would like to thank Didericksen Memorial and Harmony Hospice for their loving care.