|Maxine Terry Goodbeau
SALINA/WEST JORDAN - Maxine Terry Goodbeau, 59, passed away March 25,
2001, at her mother's home in West Jordan, another victim of Downwinders.
She fought a valiant eight-year battle with cancer that she thought
she would never lose. Maxine was born October 23, 1941, in Salina to Cecil
P. and Elna Shepherd Terry.
Maxine enjoyed gardening, crocheting, the Denver Broncos and the Utah
Jazz. She cherished her friends at Wardley and First American Title Company.
She is survived by her children, Rex (Sherri) Goodbeau, Johnny (Raquel)
Goodbeau and Lindi Goodbeau; mother, Elna; four grandchildren, Megan, Ariel,
Hunter and Alyssa; brother and sisters, Retana (Gordon) Montgomery, Tracey
(Tracy) Burr, Lynnette (Kurt) Peterson and Ray (Norma) Terry.
She was preceded in death by father, Cecil Terry; brothers, Johnny
and Lance Terry; sister, Louise Moustapha, and an infant brother.
A celebration of Maxine's life was held at 11 a.m Tuesday, March 27,
at the South Mountain Community Church in Draper. Graveside services and
burial were in the Gunnison Cemetery that afternoon at 3 p.m. Funeral directors,
Neal S. Magleby & Sons Mortuary, Richfield.
Vilda Jessen Helquist
Our beloved mother, grandmother, and great-grandmother, Vilda
Jessen Helquist, 92, passed away on Saturday, March 24, 2001, at the Rocky
Mountain Care Facility in Clearfield
She was born Feb. 20, 1909, in Richfield, a daughter to Jesse A. Jessen
and Mary E. Anderton. She graduated from Richfield High School in 1927,
and graduated from both Snow College and Brigham Young University. She
later obtained a master's degree in education at Utah State University.
On June 19, 1933, she married her eternal companion and sweetheart,
Alvin E. Helquist of Koosharem. The marriage was later solemnized in the
Manti LDS Temple June 30, 1934.
She was a faithful member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day
Saints and member of the Daughters of the Utah Pioneers. She had many church
callings which included teaching many interesting and sought-after classes
on the beliefs and teachings of the LDS Church.
She had many callings in life. She was a loving wife, mother, and grandmother,
and she was an excellent teacher, which was a love of her life. Mother
enjoyed studying and researching many different subjects. She began her
school teaching career in 1931 in Koosharem. While there, she met and married
her sweetheart, Alvin Helquist.
They started their married life together in Koosharem, where their
first son Therald was born. Later they moved to Richfield, Utah, where
Larry, Val, and David were born. Some years later, the family moved to
Layton, where they resided for the remainder of their lives.
Mom taught in the Richfield schools until 1959 when the family moved
to Layton. Mother taught English and Utah history at Central Junior High
in Layton, and also taught English at Layton High School, until she retired
in 1974. Her expertise and knowledge helped many young people obtain the
educational skills to further their personal growth and futures. She always
enjoyed former students who would walk up to her on the street and let
her know they enjoyed her as a teacher.
She loved her family and the church and was always there to help with
positive comments and lots of love. She valued the beautiful things of
life, the literature and arts of the past, and the scenery of the world.
Reading books by the armload, watching movies, or studying history and
religion were some of her hobbies. Going on rides and exploring new territory
were favorite pastimes of Mom and Dad. Later, because of physical limitations,
she traveled in her easy chair via books and video tapes.
She will be lovingly remembered by her children, Therald (Pat) Helquist,
Englewood, Colo.; Val (LouAnn) Helquist, Layton; Dave (Rose) Helquist,
Kaysville; 10 grandchildren; 19 great-grandchildren, and one sister, Dorthy
Funk, Orange, Calif.
She was preceded in death by her husband; son, Larry; one grandchild,
Christy Helquist; one great-grandchild, David Lannie Helquist; three brothers
and four sisters.
Friends and family may call Tuesday, March 27, at Lindquist's Layton
Mortuary from 6 to 8 p.m., and Wednesday, March 28, from 12:30 to 1:45
p.m. at the Layton Utah Stake Center, 60 West Gordon Ave., Layton, where
funeral services will be held at 2 p.m., with Bishop Collin Larsen officiating,
assisted by Lindquist's Layton Mortuary. Interment will be in the Ogden
MONROE - Donald Stewart Mitchell, 85, passed away Wednesday, March 21,
2001, from complications sustained in an automobile accident.
Don was born May 10, 1915, in Winnepeg, Manitoba, Canada, to Beatrice
Cassandra Inglis and George Frank Mitchell. He married Ruth Alma George
in 1936 on a dare, which lasted over 30 years, until they divorced. In
1973 he married Thelma Elouise Nail, who was his faithful companion until
last September, when she passed away. Don spent a short time serving in
the Navy during World War II. After his discharge he spent most of his
life working as a carpenter, contractor, and as a heavy equipment operator.
Later in life he was heard saying quite frequently that he would give anything
to climb back on a "dozer" and move some dirt.
After his retirement Don and Thelma spent a few years living in LaPine,
Ore., and LaMesa, Calif. He then moved to Dolan Springs, Ariz., where he
met many wonderful friends and was active in many of the local auxiliaries.
He loved volunteering to be their chef for all bar-b-ques and pancake breakfasts.
Just recently he moved to Monroe to be near the help of his family.
Don's passions were hunting and golfing. He could still golf in the
low 40's, even at age 83. He was an excellent welder and loved to create
things and he would fix anything for anyone. He was very independent and
loved to keep active and busy. He was a wonderful grandfather and would
always sneak the kids chocolate or quarters to go buy some goodies.
He will be sincerely missed by his brother, Harold F. and Pat Mitchell,
Salome, Ariz.; his only son, Jerry L. and Linda Mitchell, Monroe; his grandchildren,
Laurie and Jim Terry, Richfield; Sherry and Bart Hammond, Gunnison; Jerry
Lee and LaDonna Mitchell, St. George, and Don F. Mitchell, Monroe; all
13 great-grandchildren, and his little shadow Tiffy, his precious toy poodle.
Cremation services were held in Las Vegas, Nev. A private memorial service
will be held at a later date. Funeral directors, Neal S. Magleby &
Sons Mortuary, Richfield.
Our loving wife, mother and grandmother, Norma Moosman Hatch, 79, Richfield,
died Monday, March 26, 2001, in Richfield.
She was born Nov. 12, 1921, in Teasdale, a daughter of Edmund C. and
Annie Oteria Coleman Moosman. She was raised by her stepfather, Conrad
Ferry Torgerson, and her mother. She married Junius Alton Hatch Nov. 24,
1939, in Richfield. Their marriage was solemnized in the Manti LDS Temple
May 17, 1948.
Norma was an active member of the LDS Church, doing a lot of temple
work. She filled an LDS mission call doing Scandinavian Record Extraction.
Norma had worked for Adams Photography Studio for 13 years, Kings Variety
Store for eight years, Pacific Trail Sewing Plant for three years and at
Sprouse Reitz for five years. She loved her family.
Norma enjoyed crocheting and has made more than 70 afghans and over
120 quilts, most of them for her children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren.
She is survived by her husband, Richfield; children, Edmund Alton and
Charlotte Hatch, Cedar City; MacRay Hatch, Kanab; Marvin and Hazel Hatch
of Fredonia, Ariz.; Annette and Cecil Hunt, Richfield; DeLoy and Jeanne
Hatch, Salina; 25 grandchildren; 88 great-grandchildren; 14 great-great-grandchildren;
brother, Lavern Conrad and Ronna Lee Torgerson, Richfield.
She was preceded in death by her parents; a granddaughter, Jonie Hatch;
a great-granddaughter, Shaleysa Asay; four brothers and one sister, Elmer
Moosman, LaVar Moosman, Neldon Torgerson, ReDell Torgerson and Lola T.
Funeral services will be held Friday, March 30, at noon in the Richfield
Fourth LDS Ward Chapel, 159 North 400 West, Richfield. Friends may call
for viewing at the Springer Turner Funeral Home in Richfield Thursday evening
from 6 to 8 p.m., and at the ward chapel Friday from 10:30 to 11:30 a.m.,
prior to the services.
Interment will be in the Richfield City Cemetery under the direction
of the Springer Turner Funeral Home of Richfield and Salina.
Robert Lee "Bob" Gleave
ANNABELLA - Robert Lee "Bob" Gleave, 93, longtime Annabella resident,
passed away March 26, 2001, in Hurricane. Bob was born Aug. 5, 1907, in
Annabella to Frank and Partha Ann "Pat" Davis Gleave. He married Madge
Johanna Anderson June 30, 1928, in Junction. The marriage was solemnized
in the Manti LDS Temple Feb. 10, 1959; she preceded him in death June 1,
Bob and Madge are the parents of five children. Three have preceded
them in death, Robert Lee Gleave Jr., shortly after birth, Helen Shaw,
and most recently, Ronald Gleave.
Bob began working in the mines at Bingham Canyon and Park City at the
age of 15, returning home to Annabella at the age of 20. He since worked
as a farmer and rancher, raising sheep, turkeys and cattle.
His service in the church included working as the Annabella LDS Ward
Sunday School superintendent, YMMIA president and Elders Quorum president.
He enjoyed singing in the ward choir.
Surviving family members are son, Larry Gleave, Central Valley; daughter,
Nancy (Elwin) Hoyle, Annabella; son-in-law, Deloy (Shirley) Shaw, Venice;
17 grandchildren; 40 great-grandchildren; 19 great-great-grandchildren.
Bob was also preceded in death by his parents; brothers, Winford Gleave
and Herbert Gleave; daughters-in-law, Patricia Gleave and Maxine Gleave;
grandchildren, Matthew Gleave, and twins, Midge and Mitzie Shaw; great-grandson,
Funeral services will be held on Friday, March 30, at 1 p.m. in the
Annabella Second LDS Ward chapel. Friends may call at the ward chapel in
Annabella Friday from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Interment will be in the
Annabella Cemetery. Funeral directors, Neal S. Magleby & Sons Mortuary,
BOULDER - Truman Snow Lyman, 85, Boulder, passed away March 31, 2001,
in Bicknell. He was born April 22, 1915, in Teasdale to Francis Marion
and Hazel Mae Snow Lyman.
He married Leona Cleverley April 23, 1946, in the Idaho Falls LDS Temple.
She preceded him in death April 10, 1982.
He married Helen Jean Anderson Dec. 18, 1982, in the Mesa LDS Temple.
She preceded him in death Jan. 21, 2001.
Truman graduated from Wasatch Academy where he was active in football.
He served in the Central States LDS Mission from 1938 to 1940 where he
met his first wife, Leona. He served a couples mission in Texas with his
second wife, Helen, from 1990 to 1991.
Truman was a farmer and rancher. He owned and operated his own sawmill
as a young man. He also worked as a carpenter on the Glen Canyon Dam. He
worked and retired from the Escalante Sawmill. He was an avid outdoorsman
and rock collector.
Truman was a master storyteller. His greatest love was spending time
with his family and friends.
He was an active member of the LDS Church where he served in many capacities,
including bishop, bishop's counselor, a member of the high council and
temple worker. His most recent calling was scoutmaster.
He is survived by his children, Sandra Mae (Howard) Miller, Escalante;
Cleo Reed (Mary) Lyman, Heber City; Kent (MaryAnn) Lyman, Orem; Noel (Michelle)
Lyman, Bicknell; Helen's children, James (Betty) Hyde, Boise, Ida.; Matthew
(Melissa) Hyde, Mesa, Ariz.; Gerrick (Maudean) Hyde, Mesa, Ariz.; Particia
(Jeffrey) Swanson, Sandy; 47 grandchildren; 37 great-grandchildren; brothers
and sisters, Ivan (Dorothy) Lyman, Oregon; Edith Isaacson, Salt Lake City;
Opal (John) Spencer, Springville; Dale (Lillian) Lyman, Escalante; Lincoln
(Alice Ann) Lyman, Escalante; Loya (Glen) Gubler, St. George.
He was preceded in death by parents; wife, Leona; wife, Helen; two
brothers, Conrad Lyman and Kirk Lyman; three sisters, LaRue Wentworth,
Olive Lyman and Yvonne Lyman.
Funeral services will be held Friday, April 6, at 1 p.m. in the Boulder
LDS Ward chapel. Friends may call at the Magleby Mortuary Thursday from
6:30 to 8:30 p.m. and at the ward chapel in Boulder Friday from 11 a.m.
to 12:30 p.m. Interment will be in the Boulder Cemetery. Funeral directors,
Neal S. Magleby & Sons Mortuary, Richfield.
Renon Hickman Hansen
Renon Hickman Hansen, 88, died Thursday, March 29, 2001. She was
born in Widstoe to Eugene and Dicy Hickman. She attended school in Teasdale
and Richfield, Wasatch Academy in Mt. Pleasant and in Salt Lake City.
She married Fred Iseli and was later divorced. She married Harold James
Hansen and lived in Richfield where she raised her family and worked at
the Olive Shoppe. She moved to Provo in 1992 and volunteered as a Pink
Lady at Utah Valley Regional Medical Center.
She was a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
She is survived by a daughter, Delores, Provo; a son, H. Kent, Danville,
Calif.; a daughter, Ann, Salem, Ore.; a son, Rodney, Upland, Calif.; a
sister, Gwen Lyman, California; a brother, Maynard, Salt Lake City; 17
grandchildren; 15 great-grandchildren and two great-great-grandchildren.
Funeral Services were Monday, April 2, at 11 a.m. in the Neal S. Magleby
& Sons Mortuary with Rodney Hansen (son) officiating.
H. Kent Hansen (son) gave the family prayer; Kristy DeMille played
prelude and postlude music and Mary Ann Young (granddaughter) offered the
The eulogy was by Maynard Hickman (brother); tributes were by Delores
Horrocks and Ann Johnson (daughters) and Amy Stancliff (granddaughter),
with remarks by Bishop Robert Jepson.
Music included selections by the congregation, "Because I Have Been
Given Much" and "The Lord Is My Shepherd," accompanied by Kristy DeMille,
with Janene Ward, chorister, and selections by the grandchildren and great-grandchildren,
"I Am A Child Of God," "Love One Another" and "Families Can Be Together
Forever," accompanied by Lara Hansen (granddaughter). Zachary Hansen (grandson)
offered the benediction.
Interment was in the Richfield City Cemetery where Rodney Hansen (son)
offered the dedicatory prayer. Pallbearers were Carter Hansen, Zachary
Hansen, Carson Hansen, Michael Last, Craig Last, Stewart K. Hansen, Jeffrey
H. Johnson and Gilbert Horrocks. Funeral directors, Neal S. Magleby &
Sons Mortuary, Richfield.
Robert Lee "Bob" Gleave
ANNABELLA - Funeral services for Robert Lee "Bob" Gleave were held Friday,
March 30, at 1 p.m. in the Annabella Second LDS Ward chapel with Bishop
Jeff Brewer officiating.
Cleve Roberts (nephew) gave the family prayer; Ione Hunt (niece) and
Jerry Davis played prelude and postlude music and Coreen Anderson offered
Tributes were by Terry Shaw (grandson) and Cole Gleave (grandson),
with remarks by Bishop Jeff Brewer. Speaker was Kenneth Wilson.
Music included a selection by Vicki Gleave (granddaughter), "Grandpa";
a selection by the great-grandchildren, accompanied by Heidi Gleave, and
a selection by Elwin Hoyle, "How Great Thou Art," accompanied by Ione Hunt
and Jerry Davis. The benediction was offered by S. Douglas Wood.
Interment was in the Annabella Cemetery where Thann Hanchett offered
the dedicatory prayer. Pallbearers were Robert Gleave, Al Gleave, Chip
Gleave, Flint Gleave, Todd Gleave, Tim Shaw, Eddie Hoyle and Jesse Washburn.
Honorary pallbearers were David Madsen, Brandon Gibson, Shane Soper,
Ron Greenhalgh and Rob Albrecht, and great-grandsons. Funeral directors,
Neal S. Magleby & Sons Mortuary, Richfield.
Ivy Anderson Nielson
PROVO/RICHFIELD - Ivy Anderson Nielson, beloved wife, mother, grandmother,
and great-grandmother, died peacefully on March 27, 2001, at the age of
86. Her husband and lifelong companion, Morris, and daughter, Anne, were
by her side.
She was born Jan. 21, 1915, in Central Valley to Niels Henry and Christy
Nielsen Anderson. She attended public schools in Elsinore and Monroe. An
excellent student, she developed a life-long love for books and reading.
Growing up in a musical family, she also enjoyed an enduring love for music.
Ivy deeply loved her three children, fully supporting them in their
times of sorrow and rejoicing with them in their good times.
On Sept. 22, 1936, Ivy married her sweetheart of seven years, Morris
B. Nielson. As a dedicated wife, she was known for her excellent homemaking,
cooking, and sewing skills. As a member of the LDS Relief Society, she
performed volunteer service for the local Native American community, developing
many special friendships. She loved the outdoors. She particularly loved
collecting rocks and antique glass. Later in life, she received her temple
endowments and regularly attended the Provo LDS Temple. She loved to tend
She is survived by her husband, Morris Borg Nielson, Provo; three children,
Marjorie Anne Nichols, Las Vegas, Nev.; Gregory Morris Nielson, Mesa, Ariz.,
and Douglas Adolph Nielson, Orem; one brother, Chester Anderson, Annabella,
and one sister, Freda Anderson, Richfield. She is also survived by seven
grandchildren and five great-grandchildren.
Ivy was honored at funeral services Monday, April 2, at 1 p.m. in the
Neal S. Magleby & Sons Mortuary chapel.
Scott D. Nielson gave the family prayer; the welcome was by Douglas
A. Nielson and Maren DeBoer offered the invocation.
Memories of Mother was by Ivy's children.
A musical selection was presented by Mary Lou Nielson, "I Walked Today
Where Jesus Walked," accompanied by Carla Greenwood. Mariette Nielson offered
Interment was in the Richfield City Cemetery where Douglas A. Nielson
offered the dedicatory prayer. Pallbearers were Chester Anderson, Norman
Nielson, Gregory M. Nielson, Douglas A. Nielson, William K. DeBoer, Scott
D. Nielson and David D. Nielson. John M. Nichols was the honorary pallbearer.
Funeral directors, Neal S. Magleby & Sons Mortuary, Richfield.
Ardell M Barney
ELSINORE - Ardell M Barney, 77, died June 7, 2001, in Ely, Nev., of
cancer. He was born June 3, 1924, in Salina, a son of Moroni Barney Jr.
and Emma Jane Carrigan Barney.
Ardell graduated from South Sevier High School, Class of 1942. He served
his country during World War II in France and Germany. He married Maydelle
Francis Slais May 3, 1944, in Merced, Calif. Their marriage was solemnized
in the Salt Lake LDS Temple Jan. 22, 1965.
He was active in the LDS Church, having served as executive secretary
to three bishoprics, a counselor in the Elders Quorum and numerous other
callings. He loved hunting, fishing, boating, basketball and music.
Ardell is survived by his wife, Maydelle, Elsinore; children, Rennell
and Martha Barney, Ely, Nev.; Kathy and Daniel Polk, Las Vegas, Nev.; Mitchell
Bonbrake, Arroyo Grande, Calif.; 14 grandchildren, Kerry Barney, Kelly
and Brigette Barney, Brandi Barney, Teressa and Donald "Del" Stoliker,
Trent Monson (deceased), Erika, Bryan, Derek, Elise and D'On Monson; Jason
Polk, Dennis Bonbrake, Michelle and Justy Mendibles, Natalie Bonbrake and
Brandon Bonbrake; nine great-grandchildren, Stephanie, Jonathan, Rebecca
and Thomas Stoliker, Maranda and Averie Mendibles, Chris, Jamie and Joshua;
sister, Betty Julander, Elsinore.
He was preceded in death by a sister, Ramona Barney.
Funeral services were Monday, June 11, in the Elsinore LDS Ward Chapel
with Ken Jensen of the Elsinore LDS Ward bishopric presiding and Bishop
Danny Griffth of the Ely Second LDS Ward officiating.
Bryan Monson (grandson) gave the family prayer; Myrtle LeMmon played
prelude and postlude music and Donald "Del" Stoliker (grandson) offered
The Eulogy was by Kathy Polk (daughter); a Tribute to Grandpa was by
Brandi Barney (granddaughter) and a poem was by Erika Monson (granddaughter),
with remarks by Bishop Danny Griffith. Speaker was Randy Ewell.
Music included a selection by the grandchildren, "I Am A Child Of God,"
accompanied by Myrtle LeMmon; a selection by the children, Kathy and Dan
Polk and Kent Monson, and grandchildren, Teressa Stoliker, Del Stoliker,
Erika Monson, Bryan Monson, Derek Monson, Elise Monson and D'On Monson,
"Somewhere My Love," accompanied by Myrtle LeMmon, and a vocal solo by
Daniel Polk (son-in-law), "How Great Thou Art," accompanied by Myrtle LeMmon.
Kent Monson offered the benediction.
Interment was with military honors accorded by the Elsinore American
Legion Post 75 at the Monroe City Cemetery where Derek Monson (grandson)
offered the dedicatory prayer. Pallbearers were grandsons, Kerry Barney,
Derek Monson, Bryan Monson, Del Stoliker, Kelly Barney and D'On Monson.
Honorary pallbearers were Rennell Barney, Kent Monson, Carl Julander,
Dennis Bonbrake, Daniel Polk, Jim Solomon, Mitchell Bonbrake, Jeremy Julander
and DeVon Koyle. Funeral directors, Springer Turner Funeral Home of Richfield
Robert Joseph "Bob" Karst, 79, died at his home in Richfield June
6, 2001, of lung cancer. He was born May 19, 1922, in Great Falls, Mont.,
a son of Charles Joseph and Nelle Evelyn Clack Karst. He attended schools
in Great Falls, Mont.
Bob served his country during World War II with the U.S. Army Infantry
in the European Theatre. He married Helen Ackeroyd. They were later divorced.
He married Deon Whitaker; later divorced. He married Liz Orr; later divorced.
He married Maureen Madsen Beutler Jan. 20, 1979, in Elko, Nev., in
a double-ring ceremony along with their good friends, Glen and Shirley
Bob lived in Salt Lake City and worked at Christensen Diamond and Sperry-Univac
as a maintenance supervisor, where he cherished many friendships. He retired
in 1981 and he and Maureen moved to Richfield. Bob loved living in the
small community of Richfield, where he enjoyed bowling, fishing, traveling,
reading and golf, until his health no longer permitted. He was a member
of the LDS Church.
He is survived by his wife, Maureen, Richfield; daughter, Diana M.
(Chuck) Pohlen, Milwaukee, Wisc.; son-in-law, Duane Ehnot, Georgetown,
Texas; stepdaughter, Glenna V. (Gerry) Mickelsen, Salina; stepson, Russell
Whitaker, Las Vegas, Nev.; nine grandchildren; eight great-grandchildren.
He was preceded in death by his parents; two brothers, James Karst
and Richard Karst, and a daughter, Sharon L. Ehnot.
The family extends special thanks to the many doctors, nurses and technicians
for their extraordinary services to Bob over the past 15 years. A special
thanks to LaNetta Sudweeks, Joan Grimlie and the staff at Hospice of Richfield
for their generous attention.
Friends may visit Wednesday evening, June 13, from 6 to 8 p.m. with
the family at the Springer Turner Funeral Home, 260 North 400 West, in
Richfield. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Hospice of IHC,
70 East 1100 North, Suite B, in Richfield, Utah 84701, in memory of Bob
Karst. At his request, Bob's remains have been cremated and burial will
take place at a later date. Funeral directors, Springer Turner Funeral
Home of Richfield and Salina.
Floyd L. Whipple
HANKSVILLE - Floyd LeRoy "Whip" Whipple Sr., born March 13, 1929, in
Lakeview, was released from his earthly pains, peacefully, on June 8, 2001,
at his home in Hanksville.
He is survived by his wife, Janice Dee Hutton Whipple, Hanksville;
his children, Michael and Lavonne Whipple, West Valley City; Kathy and
Craig Manwaring, Washington; Floyd LeRoy Jr. and Jennifer Whipple, Kearns;
Curtis and Chylene Whipple, Hanksville; Carolyn and Joseph Alldredge, Panama
City, Fla., and Nancy and Cliff Simpson, Hanksville. He has 31 grandchildren
and eight great-grandchildren (with three on the way). He is also survived
by his sisters and brothers, Alma Getz, Farmington, N.M.; Illa Harvy, Ogden;
Dewey Whipple, Midvale; Albert Whipple, Bountiful; Dexter Whipple, Salt
Lake City; Doug Whipple, Blanding; Tom Whipple, Monticello; Dennis Whipple,
Midvale, and Doris Schooley, West Jordan.
Floyd was preceded in death by his father, Dewey Whipple Sr.; his mother,
Jennie Smith; two brothers, LeGrand Whipple, Idaho Falls, Ida., and Richard
Whipple, Salt Lake City, and one granddaughter.
Family was a very important part of Floyd's life; he understood the
family's eternal value and perspective. Floyd was in his happiest moments
surrounded by his family, his many grandchildren, but mostly by his sweetheart,
Jan, whom he was sealed to in the Los Angeles LDS Temple for time and all
Floyd served for 13 years in the United States Coast Guard and was
Most of Floyd's life was in service to his Heavenly Father in the Church
of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. He served in bishoprics, on the High
Council, stake mission presidency, Sunday School teacher, Primary teacher,
High Priest group leader, Explorer advisor, Blazer Scout leader, served
two missions with his sweetheart in Adelaide, Australia, and Rapid City,
S.D., but his most treasured service was spent with his Boy Scouts. Floyd
was an advocate of youth and Boy Scouting and was a companion and mentor
to many young scouts.
He was active in the Kiwanis Club in Monterey, Calif., and the Planning
Commission in Hanksville. Floyd cared about his community and making it
a better place to live and raise a family.
As an entrepreneur, Floyd owned many businesses in his lifetime, Knight's
TV and Appliances in Monterey, Calif.; Soda Butler of Utah and many others
to follow. He had a love for the land, for farming, and appreciation of
the earth and what it can provide if you care for it properly. He shared
with us all, his love of nature through painting, his unique color of "sky
blue pink," and capturing God's beautiful creations in oil. He was a gifted
craftsman, building several homes, helping his children build theirs, carving
wood into unique shapes and creations, leather tooling albums, belts, wallets
and purses. He loved to collect things, from grandchildren on his knee
to stamps, rocks and coins.
He also loved music, from his evening renditions on the harmonica of
"Red River Valley," singing "I've Been Working On The Railroad" to his
sleepy children, listening to his children play the piano and singing the
hymns. He will be greatly missed.
Funeral services were Tuesday, June 12, at noon in the Hanksville LDS
Ward Chapel with Bishop LaVar Wells officiating.
Curtis B. Whipple gave the family prayer; Erin Manwaring played prelude
and postlude music and Clifford Simpson offered the invocation.
Dennis Alvey delivered the Eulogy and President John Reese of the Rapid
City South Dakota LDS Mission was the speaker.
Music included hymns by the congregation, "Hark All Ye Nations!" and
"Oh My Father," accompanied by Erin Manwaring with Nancy Simpson, chorister,
and a musical selection by "His Girls" (daughters, daughters-in-law and
granddaughters), "Because I Have Been Given Much," accompanied by Erin
Manwaring. Craig Manwaring offered the benediction.
Interment with military honors accorded by the Harold Brown American
Legion Post 92 was in the Hanksville Cemetery where Bishop LaVar Wells
offered the dedicatory prayer. Pallbearers were Michael Whipple, Craig
Manwaring, Joseph Alldredge, Floyd LeRoy Whipple Jr., Clifford Simpson,
Carl Hunt and Curtis Whipple.
Honorary pallbearers were Brandon Whipple, Trevor Peterson, Eric Wells,
Steven Peterson, Arden Sellers, Brett Ekker, Adam Wells, Ammon Wells, Dalan
Wilkinson, Denton Whipple and Chris Morrill. Funeral directors, Springer
Turner Funeral Home.
Pete (Gerald) Cazier
In loving memory of our father, brother, grandfather, great-grandfather
and companion. On a beautiful sunny afternoon, June 5, 2001, he returned
home. He was born Sept. 12, 1933, in Salt Lake City to William and Mabel
Survived by his loving companion, Darlene Fletcher; children, Shauna
(Tim) Kaddas, ChrisDee Jensen, Julie Flarity, Kip Cazier and Pete E. (Terri)
Cazier; eight grandkids, seven great-grandkids; numerous nieces and nephews;
sisters, Blanche Moyne, Penny (Warren) Fowler, Marie (Ted) Mossman, Donna
(Tom) Migliaccio and Marsha (David) Carez.
He was preceded in death by his wife, Toni Whitmore Cazier; brother,
Howard (Zuke) Cazier; sisters, Elba Evans and Maxine Cazier.
He was a member of the LDS Church, master mechanic, great sportsman,
amateur boxer, raced Harley motorcycles, champion race car driver and avid
He moved to Richfield in 1985 where he became a rancher, breeding Arabian
and Peruvian horses, also English bulldogs. He was also an outfitter. He
was an active member of the Central Utah Back Country Horsemen. His goal
was to protect and preserve the wilderness. He donated many hours putting
up fences, building corrals, cutting trails and upgrading the facilities.
He educated us all.
He was the "Camp Boss" and he spent his time with his family and friends,
hunting, camping, horseback riding, fishing and boating. He had a great
love for his family, friends, animals and life.
Pete and his family wish to thank the ICU medical staff at LDS Hospital
for all their efforts.
Memorial services will be held Saturday, June 16, at 11 a.m. at the
Venice LDS Ward church, 100 South Main, Venice.
In lieu of flowers, the family suggest contributions to the Central
Utah Back Country Horsemen, P.O. Box 621, Richfield, Utah 84701, or The
Wilma Penney Memmott
Wilma Penney Memmott, 87, devoted wife, mother, grandmother and friend,
died Tuesday, June 5, 2001, in Mesa, Ariz.
She was born Aug. 6, 1913, in Kanosh to William and Aurilla Charlesworth
Penney. She married Forrest Ross Memmott, Scipio, on April 17, 1937, in
Las Vegas, Nev. He preceded her in death, May 10, 1995, after spending
most of their married life in Southern California.
She is survived by her children, Terrill Ross and Pamela; four grandchildren,
Megan, Mandy, Maren, Mason; and two brothers, Harold and Warren Penney.
Graveside services and interment were held Saturday, June 9, at noon
in the Scipio Cemetery with Mark Monroe, a counselor in the Scipio LDS
Ward bishopric, officiating.
Jay Memmott gave the family prayer and Chester Memmott offered the
Tributes were by Arlene Memmott, Harold Penney and Pamela Memmott.
Warren Penney offered the dedicatory prayer.
Pallbearers were Mason Memmott, Randy Memmott, Freeman Memmott, Burtis
Quarnberg, Kevin Kutschkau, Ross Penney and Steve Penney.
Honorary pallbearers were Jewell Memmott, Warren Ahlstrom, Lon Memmott,
Kerry Shephard, Marty Ahlstrom and Tom Memmott. Funeral directors, Neal
S. Magleby & Sons Mortuary, Richfield.
Margaret J. Earl
MONROE - Our beloved wife and mother, Margaret Jane Hutchinson Earl,
51, left this earthly life on June 10, 2001, at her home in Monroe to be
with God and her father. She was a wonderful mother and a truly devoted
wife, who always put her family first, supported them always and encouraged
them in their achievements as a 4-H leader for over 15 years.
She was born Aug. 5, 1949, in Spanish Fork to Bert O. and Betty Barney
Hutchinson. She married John Dean Earl, June 23, 1966, in Richfield.
She was a member of the LDS Church. She had a lust for life that included
music, dancing, horseback riding, fishing and deer hunting. She loved her
gardens and flower arranging and won awards at the Sevier County Fair for
her efforts. She will be remembered by all who knew her as the devoted
daughter who took care of her ailing mother until her own health worsened
and left her incapable of taking care of herself.
Margaret sacrificed so much for so many. We as her family want everybody
to know that she was the very essence of our lives, we will love her forever
and hold her in our hearts until we can hold her in our arms - May God
bless you sweetheart and mom.
She is survived by her husband, John Dean Earl, Monroe; children, Shane
John Earl, Monroe; Miranda Lynne Earl, Elsinore, and Andrea Margaret Earl,
Central Valley; brother, LaMar (Darlene) Hutchinson, Elsinore; mother,
Betty Hutchinson, Elsinore.
She was preceded in death by her father, Bert.
Funeral services will be Friday, June 15, at 1 p.m. in the Monroe Third
LDS Ward Chapel, 140 South Main, Monroe. Friends may call Thursday evening
from 7 to 9 p.m. at the Neal S. Magleby & Sons Mortuary, 50 South 100
West, Richfield, and at the ward chapel in Monroe on Friday from 11:30
a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
Interment will be in the Monroe City Cemetery.
Jim W. Smith
ESCALANTE - James W. "Jim" Smith, 45, of Escalante, passed away
Tuesday, June 5, 2001, at his home. He was born April 9, 1956, in Panguitch
to James W. "Jim" and Rae Woolsey Smith, Henrieville. He married Margo
Gates Aug. 21, 1976, in the St. George LDS Temple.
He graduated from Bryce Valley High School May 31, 1974. In 1979 he
graduated from Southern Utah State University. He has spent the last 20
years coaching and teaching at Escalante High School. He was administrative
assistant to several principals, UEA representative, and state representative
for the Utah High School Activities Coaches Association.
He enjoyed fishing, hunting and gathering firewood. He loved teaching,
coaching, and most of all, his kids and grandkids.
Professionally, Jim was more concerned about producing quality individuals
than winning games or events in sports. He loved people and served them
in many capacities. He served as a leader in ward and stake positions in
the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
He is survived by his wife, Margo Gates Smith, Escalante; three children,
Heather (Dallas) Larsen, Wendover, Nev.; Jared Gates Smith; Rilee Smith,
both Escalante; and three grandsons, Brendon, Cameron, and Trey. He is
also survived by his mother, Rae W. Smith, Henrieville; two sisters, Barbara
(George) Paris; Dorothy (Donald) Burkhardt; and many nieces and nephews.
He was preceded in death by his father.
Funeral services were held Saturday, June 9, in the Escalante Stake
Center. Burial was in the Escalante Cemetery. Funeral directors, Neal S.
Magleby & Sons Mortuary, Richfield.
In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in the name of the "Jim Smith
Family" in care of Wells Fargo Bank, P.O. Box 208, Escalante, UT 84726.
Francis Parks, 86, Richfield, died June 10, 2001, in Cedar City. He
was born June 22, 1914, in Richfield, to John William and Clara Horne Parks.
He was a member of the Richfield Unit of the Utah National Guard, where
he was the first sergeant. He joined the Army in 1936 and served during
World War II. Francis loved to fly and had owned his own small plane. After
the war he then rejoined the Air Force and served in Korea, retiring in
He spent many hours in the mountains, hunting and fishing. He enjoyed
the desert and hunting for artifacts.
He is survived by three sisters, Editha Schurtz, Soda Springs, Ida.;
Hazel (Roy) Urie, Cedar City, and Bernadine (Valdon) Anderson, Salina.
He was preceded in death by his parents; brothers and sisters, William
Fay Parks, Frank Horne Parks, Smith Parks, Mildred Parrish, infant twin
sisters, Martha and Rachel, and an infant brother.
Funeral services will be Thursday, June 14, at 11 a.m. in the Neal
S. Magleby & Sons Mortuary Chapel, where friends may call Thursday
morning from 9:30 to 10:30 a.m.
Interment will be in the Richfield City Cemetery with military rites
by the Richfield Unit of the Utah National Guard.