Miscellaneous Box Elder County, Utah Obituaries


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Donna Mae Nyland Webb
BRIGHAM CITY - Donna Mae Nyland Webb, 76, loving wife, mother, and grandmother passed away on Thursday, August 17, 2000, surrounded by her family, at the Columbia Brigham City Community hospital. She was born on April 27, 1924, in Ogden, Utah, a daughter of Lawerence D. and Vera Chatland Nyland. Donna married J. Lloyd Webb on January 21, 1946, in San Francisco, CA. They were sealed for time and eternity in the LDS Logan Temple in 1968. She was an active member of the LDS Church. She had worked at Hamilton's Drug, American Greetings and for the Box Elder School District as a cook. Her hobbies included doll collecting, crafts and flower arranging. She loved to read. Her greatest joy was her grandchildren, she adored them. Survivors include her husband, J. Lloyd, of Brigham City, one son and three daughters: Lloyd Bruce and Debra Webb of Layton; Marsha Webb and Dale S. Nelson of Cedar City; Elaine Webb and Joe D. Thorpe of Willard; Lori Webb and Michael Russell of Brigham City; fifteen grandchildren and five great-grandchildren. Also surviving are two brothers: Fred Lawrence Nyland of Brigham City and James D. Nyland of Ogden. She was preceded in death by a grandson and a granddaughter. Funeral services were held on Monday, August 21, at the Brigham City Sixteenth Ward Chapel, under the direction of Petersen Funeral Chapel, in Brigham City. Interment in the Brigham City Cemetery.

Victoria Evelyn Saari Petersen
LAS VEGAS, NV - In loving memory of Victoria Evelyn Saari Petersen, beloved wife, mother, grandmother, and teacher. She returned to her Father in Heaven on August 12, 2000 in Las Vegas, Nevada, after suffering a massive heart attack. Vicki was born in Oakland, California on May 1, 1945, to Ruth W. and Al Saari. She married Dale C. Petersen on December 18, 1965, in Oakland, Ca, and they had six children. Vicki was the greatest mother ever to have graced the planet. She was a stay-at-home mom most of her life and seemed to raise her kids' friends right along with her own children. Several of these friends called her mom. Children were not the only ones Vicki made feel special, everyone who knew her will fondly remember her ability to make them feel welcome, loved, and comfortable. She loved talking to people, whether she had known them for years or just met them in the checkout line. Whenever anyone was in need she was the first to offer help, and would search out opportunities to serve. She graduated from Brigham Young University in December 1980 (while managing a household of seven) with a degree in secondary education, English and speech. She used her knowledge to teach those around her for many years and last year taught public school for the first time. Her great gift for teaching was rewarded with the new teacher of the year award for Gibson Middle School, and a nomination for Nevada new teacher of the year. She loved her students and was well loved by them. Vicki loved laughing, playing games, and going places with her family. She also enjoyed giving silly little toys as impromptu gifts to her children and later to her grandchildren. Her generosity was well known and appreciated. She is survived by her husband, Dale C.; mother Ruth Saari; daughters Ruth (Cliff) Cole, Heather (Nathan) Lee, and Trisha Petersen; sons Cliff, Ray, and Nathan Petersen; grandchildren Charity, Ridge, and Cienna Cole, and Jacob Lee; sisters; Barbara Hartley and Sandra Hansen; and brother Albert Saari. Services were held August 16 at the Lone Mountain LDS Chapel. A grave side service was held on August 18 at the Bountiful Cemetery in Bountiful, Utah.

Ruth P. Gorman
OGDEN - Ruth Arlene Pettingill Gorman, 66, passed away Thursday, September 28, 2000, at her home. She was born February 21, 1934, in Brig-ham City, Utah, a daughter of Keith and Norma Hadley Pettingill. Ruth married Gene Marsh in 1952. They were later divorced. She married Raymond C. Gorman in 1956. She is a member of the LDS Church. Ruth worked at Thiokol Corporation as an office manager for 30 years. She lived in Hawaii, Ohio and Utah. Ruth is survived by her husband, Ray; one son Gregory Gene (Cindy A.) Gorman of Cocoa, FL, and one daughter Joni Rae (Jerold) Lee of Brigham City; seven grandchildren and four great-grandchildren; two sisters, Maxine Peterson of Beaver Dam, AZ, Delores Lauritzen of Las Vegas, NV. She was preceded in death by her parents, five brothers, two sisters and one son. Funeral services were held on Tuesday, October 3 at Myers Mortuary. Interment in the Brigham City Cemetery.

Edith L. Page
BRIGHAM CITY - Edith Lofthouse Page, 63, returned to her Heavenly Father on Saturday, September 30, 2000, while at the Brigham City Hospital. She was born to Glaud and Nola Nelson Lofthouse of Willard, Utah, on February 24, 1937, at the Cooley Hospital, Brigham City, Utah. She grew up in Willard attending Central School in Willard and Box Elder High School in Brigham City. She married George Arthur Page of Gustine, Texas, on December 28, 1956, at her father's home in Willard. They were later sealed for time and all eternity in the Logan LDS Temple on June 18, 1962. She is survived by her husband George Arthur Page of Brigham City, UT; daughters, Cindy Lee (James C) Gardiner of Rapid City, SD; Ronda Rae (Gary L) Larson of Keaau, HI; Sally Jean (G. Budd) Allen of Layton, UT; grandchildren: Daniel Ray Gardiner, Jeremiah George (Halona) Gardiner, Adam Carl Gardiner, Shawn Scott Riddle, Kelly Roy Riddle, Michael David Riddle, Brady Ryan Riddle, Megan Allen, Bracken Page Allen and Emily Ruth Allen; step granddaughters: Wendy Lee Larson (James) Ganser, Jody Kathleen Larson (Jeff) Spriggs, Christina Marie Larson and three great grandchildren, Kayla Marse, Kassandra Spriggs and Garret Isaiah Gardiner; three sisters, Ruby and Rose Lofthouse and Donna Lofthouse Burdash, all of Willard. The peacemaker is resting in retirement folks so we will have to get along with each other on memories and all the many blessings she left us with. The family expresses a heartfelt thanks for the kindness, courtesy, compassion and friendliness extended to Edith and her family by the Brigham City Community Hospital staff, the Brigham Medical Clinic staff, Dr. Vincent Hansen and staff, Dr. Jan Ashdown and staff and the many friends and neighbors. Services were held on Tuesday, October 3, in the Brigham City River LDS Ward. Interment in the Willard Cemetery.

Rudolph Carl Lorenzo "Rudy" Rasmussen
BRIGHAM CITY - Rudolph Carl Lorenzo Rasmussen, 95, of Brigham City, passed away peacefully in the Logan Nursing Rehabilitation Center on September 30, 2000. He was born in Brigham City on December 29, 1904, to Hans Marius Rasmussen and Anna Catherina Pedersen, Danish emigrants. Rudy was the oldest of two sons and three daughters. The family had a home on Main Street and Rudy attended Central Elementary School and Box Elder High School. After his mother's death, Rudy's father remarried and one more brother and two more sisters were born. Rudy married Arlene Cottam from Snowville in 1924 in the Logan LDS Temple. They had one daughter. By 1927 both mother and daughter had died. In 1929 Rudy married Stella Petersen from Mantua in the Salt Lake LDS Temple. They had four children. Stella died in 1992, a few months before their 63rd anniversary. Rudy is survived by his son, Russell (Anne) Rasmussen of Logan; daughters, Barbara Stevenson of Cheyenne, and Deon (Hal) Reeder of Brigham City; daughter-in-law Sharon Rasmussen of Sunnyvale, California; 17 grandchildren and 51 great grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his wives, his daughter Helen, his son Junior "J.R.", one great granddaughter and all seven of his siblings. Starting while he was still a child, Rudy worked in the laundry business most of his life, first for his father and finally as manager of the laundry at the Intermountain Indian School. When the Intermountain School closed their laundry in the late 60s, Rudy continued to work at the school driving the medical van until he and Stella retired in 1970. A member of the LDS Church, Rudy held many ward and stake positions. He was also very active in the local Senior Citizen Center, in the AARP, and with the federal retirees. He was honored several times as a community volunteer. Following a small stroke in April of 2000 he moved from his Brigham City home to be nearer his son and family. Funeral services will be held on Thursday, October 5, at 11 a.m. at Myers Mortuary, 205 South 100 East, Brigham City. Friends may call on Wednesday from 6 to 8 p.m. and on Thursday from 10 to 10:45 a.m. at the mortuary. Interment will be in the Brigham City Cemetery.

Roger M. Nelson
PERRY - Roger Merrell Nelson, 58, died on Sunday, October 1, 2000, at the Brigham City Community Hospital from heart failure. He was born on July 25, 1942, in Brigham City, Utah, a son of Wayne R. and Maxine Merrell Nelson. Roger married Raylene Demke on August 11, 1965, in the Logan LDS Temple. He served a mission from 1961 to 1963 in the Gulf States Mission. He was a member of the Perry Third LDS Ward where he was a high priest. Roger had served as Elder and Young Men's President. He enjoyed going with the young men on camp outs. Roger enjoyed designing corn mazes, hunting, cowboy poetry and was an avid farmer. He loved being around his family, especially the grandchildren. He retired in January of 1995 from Hill Air Force Base after 30 years of service. Roger was involved with the Perry City Planning Commission and also served as a city councilman. Surviving are his wife, Raylene of Perry; four children, Bart W. (April) Nelson, Brigham City; Leslie (Perry) Bronson, Orem; Brandon R. (Marissa) Nelson, Perry; Tyler R. Nelson, Brigham City; six grandchildren, Corbett Garcia, Zachary Nelson, Dawson Nelson, MaKayla Nelson, Kelton Nelson, Bryton Bronson; one sister, Catherine Tingey, Rexburg, Idaho; two brothers, Scott M. (Phyllis) Nelson, Paul W. (Mary) Nelson both of Perry. He was preceded in death by his parents and one brother-in-law, Lowell R. Tingey. Funeral services will be held on Thursday, October 5, at 2 p.m. at the Perry Third LDS Ward Chapel, 2415 South Park Drive, Perry, Utah. Friends may call on Wednesday from 6 to 8 p.m. at Myers Mortuary, 205 South 100 East, Brigham City and on Thursday from 12:30 to 1:45 p.m. at the church. Interment will be in the Brigham City Cemetery.

Thomas Misrasi
PERRY - Thomas Misrasi, beloved husband, father, grandfather, great-grandfather, brother, uncle and friend peacefully passed away October 2, 2000, at home surrounded by his loving family. Tom was born October 13, 1913, in Misrasi, Albania, son of John and Anthina Misrasi. He came to American when he was seven with his family, settling in Bear River where they started their love of farming. He proudly served his country in World War II from 1941 to 1946, serving in the Aleutian Islands, Alaska and in the European theatre. He married Wanda Hamson on August 30, 1946, in Livingston, Montana. They bought a farm in West Corinne, Utah where they raised their family. They later moved to Perry, Utah. Tom continued his love of farming in Corinne until he was 78 years old. He was a very hard worker and an exceptional farmer. Tom had many hobbies including camping, fishing, and traveling. His greatest joy was spending time with his family. He is survived by his wife of 54 years, Wanda, of Perry, Utah; daughters: Betty (Bert) Goodman, Malta, Idaho; Lois (Dean) Hereford, Perry, Utah; Marilyn Perry, Perry, Utah; Barbara (Dennis) Whitaker, Brigham City, Utah; Patti (Bob) Winklesky, Layton, Utah; Nancy Shevey, Layton, Utah; 11 grandchildren and 17 great-grandchildren. He is also survived by his sisters Violet Smith, Fern (Carl) Butler, Dorothy (Alex) Mansour and Elizabeth (Vern) Sederholm and many nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his parents and brother Bill. Funeral services will be held Friday, October 6, at noon at Myers Mortuary in Brigham City, 205 South 100 East. Friends and family may call from 9:30-11:30 a.m. Interment in Brigham City Cemetery. The family would like to especially thank Dr. John Markeson, Tom and Terry Peterson, Wes and Carolyn Boman, and Richard Ricks for all their help and kindness. In lieu of flowers the family requests donations be made to the Utah Diabetes Association, American Heart Association, or the charity of your choice.

Dorothy Thornburg
BURLEY - Dorothy Thornburg, 76 year old Burley resident, died Thursday, November 9, 2000, at the Cassia Regional Medical Center in Burley. She was born July 1, 1924, at Jacksonville, Florida, the daughter of William Allen and Sarah Jane Dowling Sellars. Dorothy married Wallace B. Spencer on October 25, 1943, at Arcadia, California. He preceded her in death in October of 1977. She married Dr. Roy M. Thornburg on October 19, 1982, in Burley. She was active in the Pink Ladies Auxiliary, enjoyed golf, bridge, traveling, and spending time with her family. She was also a past director of the Raft River Rural Electric Coop. Survivors include her husband, Roy of Burley; six children, JoAnn (Robert) Adams of Fruit Heights, Utah, Stanley (DeeAnn) Spencer, Mike (Sherry) Spencer, Carl (Betty Jo) Spencer, all of Yost, Utah, Sara Jane (Clark) Ward of Almo, and Dolores (Mark) Mabey of Burley; two step daughters, Tamara (Jay) Camalick, and Debbie (Don) James all of Denver, Colorado; twenty-two grandchildren, and eight great grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her parents; her first husband, Wallace B. Spencer; and a granddaughter, Amy Adams. Funeral services will be held at 11:00 a.m. Monday, November 13, 2000, at the Almo L.D.S. Ward Chapel in Almo, with former Bishop Stan Spencer, officiating. Burial will be in the Yost Cemetery in Yost, Utah. Friends may call at the Payne Mortuary, 221 West Main Street in Burley, on Sunday from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. and at the church from 10:00 to 10:45 a.m. prior to the funeral on Monday. The family suggest that donations be given to the American Kidney Fund or to the Burley Public Library and may be left at Payne Mortuary.

Wilford B. Chase
HONEYVILLE ~ Wilford Bennion Chase, 84, died November 13, 2000, in Brigham City. He was born December 25, 1915, in Nephi, UT a son of John H. and Ida Bennion Chase. He married Wilma E. Burtenshaw on June 9, 1938, in the Salt Lake Temple. He was active in the LDS Church and served as ward clerk, High Priest group leader and as Mutual president. He was a farmer in Shelton, ID and was a custodian in the Idaho Falls East Stake. He was interested in animals, reading and family. He had lived in Nephi, UT, Shelton, ID, Idaho Falls, ID and Brigham City, UT. He is survived by his wife of Brigham City, two daughters; Janit Schwaller of Sumner, WA, Catherine (Frank) Clark of Honeyville, 11 grandchildren and 15 great-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by 11 brothers and sisters, a daughter Sharon Chase and a grandson Todd Whittle. Funeral services will be Saturday, November 18 at 10 a.m. at the Honeyville Ward Chapel where friends may call Saturday from 9:15 to 9:45 a.m. Interment will be in the Ririe-Shelton Cemetery in Idaho directed by Myers Mortuary Brigham.

Marvel Tillotson Young
BRIGHAM CITY~ Marvel (Molly) Tillotson Young, loving wife, mother, grandmother, sister and friend, passed away on December 31, 2000 in Brigham City, Utah. Marvel was born March 9, 1918 in Ogden, Utah, The oldest child of John Henry and Jeanette Bowns Tillotson. She was reared and educated in Ogden where she graduated from Ogden High and attended Weber College where she met and married Whitney Lorraine Young on January 15, 1938. It was later solemnized in the Logan LDS Temple. Whitney passed away January 29, 1989. Marvel lived in Grouse Creek after her marriage, moving back to Ogden then to Brigham. Marvel was active in the LDS church, serving in all organizations. She was a member of the Daughters of the Utah Pioneers, and a member of the Oak Camp in Brigham City. She saw the best in everyone, she loved people, books, genealogy, Church history, and the making and giving of her famous homemade fudge. She loved her children and grandchildren; she was a blessing in our life. She worked at Jesse's Café, Maddox Ranch House, in Procurement at Hill Air Force Base and in the Church Family History Program. Marvel was preceded in death by her parents and husband. She is survived by her five children: Carol Ann (Noel) Flint of Layton; Whitney Craig, (Colleen) Young of West Corrine; Jeanette (Gene) W. Roskelley of Logan; Marilyn (Ronald) Braden of Green River, Wyo.; David (Stephanie) Young, of New Canaan, CT; 28 grandchildren, 18 great grandchildren. She is also survived by one brother, Darrell (Norma) Tillotson of South Ogden, Two sisters, Clara (Gerald) Waterfall of Chehalis, WA, Jeanette (Franklin) Doxey of Ogden. Funeral services will be held Thursday, January 4, 2001 at 12:00 Noon at the Myers Mortuary Chapel, 205 So.100 E., Brigham City. Friends may call at the mortuary on Wednesday from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. and on Thursday from 11:00 to 11:45 a.m. Interment, Brigham City Cemetery.

Joseph "Joe" Rollheiser
BRIGHAM CITY-Joseph M. Rollheiser, 76, passed away December 27, 2000 at his home after a valiant battle with emphysema and lung cancer. Joe was born in Sterling, CO on March 18, 1924. He was the son of Jacob and Katerina Kumlofska Rollheiser. On July 26, 1947 he married his true love Catherine M. Horak in the St. Boniface Catholic Church, in Oak Harbor, Ohio. They moved to Brigham City in 1965 where Joe retired from DDO in 1975 after 32 years working for the government. Joe enjoyed carpentry work and fixing things. Playing the guitar and playing cards were some of his favorite pastimes. He loved his sons and his grandchildren. He was called grandpa Joe by all the children who knew him. We will miss Joe & his wonderful smile. Joe is survived by his wife, Katie; three sons, Dan (Jane) Rollheiser, Ken (Tracy) Rollheiser, Joe (Pamela) Rollheiser, his grandchildren; Frank, Sheila, Ashley, Toby, Nikki, Nathan, Caitlin, Garrett and Dutch, great-grandson; Rory, brothers; John (Betty), Peter (Carol) Rollheiser; sisters, Anna (Ted) Kaiser, Mary Beekman, Millie (Kenny) Layman, Rose (Melvin) Jensen. He was preceded in death by two sons, Tom and Rob, one brother Jake and one sister Cottie. Rosary was held Fri. at 8:30 a.m. at the Myers Mortuary in Brigham City. A viewing will follow the rosary from 9:00 to 10:15 a.m. Mass will follow at the St. Henry's Catholic Church at 10:30 a.m. Interment will be in the Brigham City Cemetery. The family would like to extend special thanks to Father Schoeppe, Deacon Bob Bambrick, and Kathy Davis for the lovely funeral service. And for the loving care by Heritage Hospice, especially to Donna, Jean, and Teresa.

Teresa A. Quintana
BRIGHAM CITY ­ Teresa Atencio Quintana, 80, passed away on Saturday, December 30, 2000 at the Brigham City Community Hospital. She was born on April 7, 1920 in LaGrita, Colorado, a daughter of Simon and Rosie Trujillo Atencio. Teresa married Frank Quintana in 1947. He preceded her in death on December 9, 1977. She was a member of the St. Henry's Catholic Church. Teresa worked for the Idle Isle in Brigham City as a cook. She loved to play cards and bingo. Surviving are her eight children, Susie Mondragon; Elenor Archuleta both of Brigham City; Frank (Poncho) & Toni Quintana, Willard; Donald Quintana, Brigham City; Nadine Quintana, Murray; Wanda & David Edmonds, Sandy; Roberta & Glen Bohlander, Montana; Gloria Quintana, Brigham City; 34 grandchildren and 23 great grandchildren and her little dog, Norman. Also surviving are two sister, Vicki Lopez, Salt Lake City; Mary Medina, California; two brothers, Dan Atencio, St. George; Delfino Atencio, Ogden. She was preceded in death by her parent, husband, four sisters and one brother. Mass of Christian Burial will be held on Thursday, January 4, 2001 at St. Henry's Catholic Church, 380 South 200 East, Brigham City. Rosary and Vigil service will be held on Wednesday, January 3, at 6:00 p.m. with a viewing following from 7 to 8 p.m. at Myers Mortuary, 205 So. 100 E., Brigham City. Interment will be in the Brigham City Cemetery.

Paul Cazier Nelson
Brigham City: Paul Cazier Nelson, 79, husband, father, grandfather, great grandfather, brother, uncle and friend, passed away peacefully December 29, 2000, after a valiant fight against cancer and heart disease. He was born in Brigham City, Utah August 31, 1921 to Orville and Leora Nelson. Married Reta Richman July 23, 1940 in the Logan Temple. He worked at North American Aircraft in CA prior to serving in the army during World War II where he received the Purple Heart. He worked for the Postal Service for 30 years, and as a school bus driver for Box Elder School District for 10 years. He was an active member of the LDS Church where he served in various callings including Scouting for 15 yrs, Bishopric and 2 years as a Temple worker. He loved gardening, hunting, fishing and helping others. Above all, he has left a legacy of love for his family, his greatest treasure. He is survived by his wife of 60 years, Reta R. Nelson, 3 children, Michael (Phyllis) Nelson of Collierville TN, Diane (Stanley) Spafford of Sandy UT, Donna (Lynn) Smith of Orem UT, 14 grandchildren, 23 great-grandchildren, one sister, Thelma Nelson of Brigham City. Preceded in death by 3 sisters and 2 brothers, daughter-in-law and one granddaughter. Viewing will be held Tuesday, January 2, 2001 from 6 to 8 pm and Wednesday, January 3 from 9:30 to 10:30 am at Myers Mortuary, 205 S. 100 E., Brigham City, UT. Funeral Services will be held January 3 at 11:00 am. at the Brigham City 3rd Ward, 203 W. 200 N. Interment will be in the Paradise cemetery following services.

Terry Eldon Munns
Garland: Terry Eldon Munns, 53, passed away at his home December 29, 2000, surrounded by loved ones after a valiant battle against a brain tumor. He was born February 20, 1947, in Garland, Utah. He was the son of Alta Rhodes and Eldon Munns. On August 4, 1972, he married Paula Sneddon in the Salt Lake Temple.
Terry was raised in Garland. He graduated from Bear River High. He continued his education at Brigham Young University where he received his bachelors in Journalism. He later earned his masters from Utah State. After teaching three years in Emery County, Terry moved back to the Bear River Valley to teach at Bear River High. He has taught there for 28 years. While teaching there he has been the advisor of the school newspaper and the yearbook. He was also one of the "voices" of the Bear River Athletic Program. Terry had a great love for all his students. It was always a pleasure to watch them succeed.
Terry's greatest love was his family and having them around him. He loved their summer vacations, game nights at home with his kids and taking them to the cabin. (Thank you Gene Williams for letting us have the opportunity of using your cabin). Being the coach of his children's Little League teams was always a joy to Terry. When the grandchildren were around Terry was in heaven. What joy they brought to his life.
Terry was a High Priest in the Garland 2nd Ward of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. He has held many positions throughout his life, serving in the Stake Presidency, several Bishoprics, Stake Missionary, Scouting, Sunday School teacher and a great Home Teacher.
One of Terry's loves was acting and seeing people enjoy good entertainment. It was his pleasure to be involved in the start up of The Old Barn Theater, where he served on the Board of Directors. He was very appreciative of all those who helped in seeing this dream become a reality. Terry was always involved in community service. He served on the Garland Park committee and several Wheat and Beet committees. He also served on the Hospital Board. At the time of his death he was a member of the Board of Directors on the Hospital Board.
Terry touched many throughout his life, but he said he never touched as many as have touched his. He and his family are truly grateful for the compassion, love and support that we have been given throughout this last year. Not a day has passed without someone being there for our family. We are very blessed to live in this valley. Please know how wonderful you are and how much we appreciate you as our family and friends. This has not been an easy year in many ways, yet in others it has seemed like the spirit of Christmas has been shared with us year round.
Terry is survived by his wife, Paula, Garland, UT; one son, Nathan (Katie) Munns, Bothwell, UT: four daughters, Melissa (Lary) Nicolds, Garland, UT; Amy (Gene) Summers, Boston, MA; Megan (Karl) Chandler, San Angelo, TX; Amber Munns of Garland; six grandchildren, Victoria, Brenden, Carson, Reagan, Haylee and baby Munns. His parents are Eldon and Alta Munns of Garland. Brothers and sisters, Sue (Thad) Poulter, Clint (Brenda) Munns, Jay (Debbie) Munns all of Garland and Jody (Rex) Leatham of Eden, UT.
He was preceded in death by his baby sister, Becky Munns; grandparents, Jasper and Ellen Rhodes, and Charles and Mable Munns, and several aunts and uncles.
Funeral services will be held Wednesday, January 3, 2001 at 1:00 p.m. at the Garland LDS Tabernacle, 140 West Factory. Friends and family may call Tues. Jan. 2nd from 6:00 8:00 p.m. and Wed. Jan. 3rd from 10:30 a.m. 12:30 p.m. at Rogers and Taylor Funeral Home, 111 North 100 East, Tremonton.
Interment in the Garland Cemetery.

Alma Winn
BRIGHAM CITY - Alma Winn, 92, passed away on Thursday, December 27, 2000, at the Brigham City Community Hospital. He was born on February 6, 1909, in Winder, Idaho, a son of Marion Anderson and Rosella Ann Nelson Winn. Alma was raised in the Preston, Idaho area. He married Odra Jensen on November 6, 1937, in Brigham City, Utah. Their marriage was later solemnized in the Logan LDS Temple. Alma had worked for the Union Pacific Railroad and retired from D.D.O after 20 years of service. After working at DDO he worked for the Ogden Bus Lines. He loved to fish and enjoyed riding with his favorite friend until he died. Surviving are his four children: Alma Eugene (Galene) Winn of Brigham City; Harold J. (Sandra) Winn of Weston, Idaho; Joyce Winn and John Keith (Nancy) Winn, both of Brigham City; seven grandchildren and 10 great grandchildren; one brother, Marion H. Winn of Salt Lake City. He was preceded in death by his wife, parents, three brothers, John, Burt and Leo Winn. He will be loved and missed by all. Graveside services were held on Saturday, December 30, at the Brigham City Cemetery under the direction of Myers Mortuary.

Viola Wohlgemuth Linton
Viola Wohlgemuth Linton, 84, passed away Monday, December 25, 2000, in Bountiful, Utah. Born March 10, 1916, in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, to Adolf Wohlgemuth and Pauline Franke, she was the second of five children. She married Denton C. (Abe) Linton December 19, 1940, in the LDS St. George Temple. She is remembered fondly for her cheerful and sunny disposition and is honored as a sister, wife, mother, grandmother, and great-grandmother. Viola grew up in Milwaukee, Wisconsin and Turtle Lake, North Dakota. She graduated from Dixie College in 1941. She was a faithful member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, serving in numerous ward and stake positions, especially service callings and music. She took pleasure in service and enjoyed preparing meals for her family and also for those in need. Her love of music derived from her parents. She taught herself piano and organ and also became an accomplished vocalist. In high school and later at Dixie College she had leading roles in many musical productions including light opera. Her musical accomplishments included singing in a women's vocal trio that recorded an album of children's nursery rhymes. Later she sang with Max Dalby's Bel Canto Chorus in Logan, Utah, and the Sweet Adeline Barbershop Chorus in Salt Lake City. Viola was preceded in death by her husband, Denton, in February 1999. She is survived by two brothers, Wilford and Harold; two sisters, Elsa Ashby and Lillian Farmer; five sons: Dennis and wife Cheryl, Neil, Merle and wife Leslie, Kent and wife Christine, Gary and wife LeAnn; also by 20 grandchildren and 11 great-grand children. Funeral services and interment were held Saturday, December 30, at Larkin Sunset Gardens, Sandy, Utah.

Robert L. Kriegh
CORINNE, UTAH - Robert L. Kriegh, 52, passed away December 24, 2000, in his home. He was born January 30, 1948, in Wendell, ID, to Don Elwood and Voilet Hamilton Kriegh. He married Cathy England in Ogden, UT. They were later divorced. Bob married Jane Herndon in Ogden, UT. They were later divorced. Bob spent most of his life in Brigham City and Corinne. He was the owner of the Railhead Supper Club. Bob enjoyed four wheeling, camping, hunting and electronics. He was baptized in the First Christian Church in Twin Falls, ID. Surviving are two children, Michelle Cook and Michael Kriegh of Evanston, WY; three grandchildren, his mother Violet Becker of Twin Falls; sisters: Patricia Rae Kriegh and (Dave Butikofer), Judith Louise (Dave) Sommer of Twin Falls and Penelope Elizabeth (Mike) Miller of Mtn. Home, ID. He was preceded in death by his father Don Elwood Kriegh. Interment will be at a later date in Idaho. In lieu of flowers please make donations to the Idaho Youth Ranch, 1275 North 400 East Norland, Rupert, ID 83350.

Boyd C. Brinton
Boyd Clark Brinton passed away peacefully on December 28, 2000, of liver failure. Boyd was born April 8, 1928, in Salt Lake City, Utah, to Wilder Huffaker Brinton and Bernice Anderson Clark. He grew up in Utah, Nevada, Montana and Colorado. He graduated from the University of Colorado in Electrical Engineering and Business. He served a mission for the LDS Church to the Central States Mission. He married Lota Hatch in the Idaho Falls LDS Temple on February 13, 1953. Boyd worked at General Electric in Schnectady, New York, until 1959, then at Thiokol until he retired. Boyd was always active in the LDS church and held many positions including, Bishop, High Councilor, Branch President and Ward and Stake Clerk. He is survived by his wife, Lota, his sister, Suzanne (Kline) Strong; his children, Wendy (Boyd) Lewis; Susan (Paul) Harman; Douglas (Diane) Brinton and Sharon (Steve) Biegler; 12 grandchildren and one great grandchild. A family viewing will be Wednesday at 11 a.m. at the Brigham City Stake Center at 650 North Anderson Drive. The funeral will follow at noon, under the direction of Myers Mortuary.

William Allen Winzeler
Tremonton: William "Bill" Allen Winzeler, 73, died at the University of Utah Hospital, Monday, December 25, 2000. He was born on March 22, 1927, in Tremonton, Utah, to Elmer Reuben "Ike" and Lola Allen Winzeler. He was reared in Tremonton and graduated from Bear River High School, where he excelled in sports. He served in the U.S. Army. He married Melba Joy Anderson on February 11, 1949, in Brigham City, Utah.
Bill loved the out of doors. He loved to hunt and fish. He was the happiest when he was fly-fishing on the Salmon River. He was his grandkid's greatest fan and attended many of their basketball, baseball and soccer games. He is survived by his wife of Tremonton; daughter, Lanell (Randy) Iverson of Bear River City, son, Layne (Kris) Winzeler of North Ogden; grandchildren, Brandon (Jolene) Iverson, Jennifer Iverson, Brad Iverson, Rian (John) Williams, Elder Zack Winzeler, Kylee Winzeler, and Brock Winzeler; great granddaughter, Addi Jo Iverson; a brother, Robert Winzeler of Thousand Oaks, CA.
His parents preceded him in death.
Funeral services will be held Saturday, December 30, 2000, 11:00 a.m. at the Tremonton 1st & Fairview LDS Ward Chapel, 166 North Tremont Street. Friends and family may call Fri. Dec. 29th from 6:00-8:00 p.m. and Sat. Dec. 30th from 9:30-10:30 a.m. at Rogers and Taylor Funeral Home, 111 North 100 East, Tremonton.
Interment in the Bothwell Valley View Cemetery.

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