|Newell D. Dastrup
SALINA - Newell D. Dastrup, 68, Salina, passed away after a lengthy
illness July 25, 2001, at Sevier Valley Hospital in Richfield, with his
family in attendance.
He was born May 8, 1933, in Salt Lake City, a son of Bardell (Bud)
and Genevieve Torgensen Dastrup. He served in the U.S. Navy during the
Korean War. He married Colleen Larsen June 28, 1952, in Richfield. Their
marriage was solemnized in the Manti LDS Temple.
Newell is survived by his wife, Colleen; children, Susan Colleen Addey
(Ronald) Rasmussen, Paul Willis (Denise) Dastrup, Brenda (Norman) Tanner,
Dianne Jorgensen, Karen Dastrup, Newell David (Chantel) Dastrup, and Kent
Bardell "Bud" (Lisa) Dastrup; 22 grandchildren; seven great-grandchildren.
Funeral services were held Saturday July 28, at 11 a.m. in the Salina
Second LDS Ward with Bishop Tory Lambertsen officiating.
Paul Dastrup (son) gave the family prayer; Vonda Colby played prelude
and postlude music and Lisa Dastrup (daughter-in-law) offered the invocation.
The Posting and Retiring of the Colors was by the Salina American Legion
A tribute was by Susan Colleen Addey Rasmussen (daughter), and a Tribute
To A Comrade was by Harmon Oglesby, with remarks by Bishop Troy Lambertsen.
Speakers were Casey Tanner (grandson) and Kent Bardell "Buddy" Dastrup
Music included a selection by Albert Poulson, "Silver-Haired Daddy
of Mine," accompanied by Jani Pearson, piano, and Laura Morris, violin,
and a piano and violin duet by Jani Pearson and Laura Morris, "I Walked
Today Where Jesus Walked." Wayde Tanner (grandson) offered the benediction.
Interment was with military rites accorded by Salina American Legion
Post 36 in the Richfield City Cemetery where Bishop Troy Lambertsen offered
the dedicatory prayer. Pallbearers were Ryan Dastrup, Billy Tanner, Wayde
Tanner, Casey Tanner, Norman E. Tanner and Tracy Nunley.
Honorary pallbearers were D.J. Henning, Stetson Williams, Levi Dastrup,
Dallin Dastrup, Braden Dastrup, Matt Tanner, Teryn Tanner, Cody Tanner
and Canyon Tanner. Funeral directors, Springer Turner Funeral Home of Richfield
Leora Charlesworth Allen
Leora Charlesworth Allen, 79, Richfield, died July 25, 2001, in
Ephraim, while living with her daughter, June.
She was born Feb. 12, 1922, in Kanosh, to Collins Rowe and Josie Juanita
Abraham Charlesworth; she was the third daughter of five. She grew up in
Kanosh and attended schools in Kanosh and Fillmore.
Leora married Lloyd Raymond Allen Nov. 13, 1942, in Salt Lake City.
The marriage was later solemnized in the Salt Lake LDS Temple June 8, 1945.
He preceded her in death Oct. 17, 1978.
She lived most of her life in Kanosh. In 1967, the family moved to
Richfield. She had a wonderful sense of humor and was very musically talented.
She spent all of her life serving others.
She was a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
and served in many capacities, including the presidencies of the Relief
Society, Young Women's, and Primary.
Leora is survived by her children, L. Scott (Arlene) Allen, Lynndyl;
Phyll R. Allen, Henderson, Nev.; Juanita June (Gary) Jorgensen, Ephraim;
Samuel D. (DeeAnn) Allen, LaVerkin, and Myron D Allen, Henderson, Nev.;
13 grandchildren; seven great-grandchildren; sisters, Dathel (Willard,
deceased) Whitaker, Geraldine (Franklin) Kimball, both Kanosh; Iris (Terrell)
Bond, Meadow, and many nieces and nephews.
Those who precede her in death are her husband; sister, Carma, and
husband, Ross Cutler, and daughter-in-law, Linda Allen.
Funeral services were Monday, July 30, at noon in the Richfield Fourth
LDS Ward Chapel with Bishop Terry R. Waters officiating.
Phyll R. Allen (son) gave the family prayer; Terence Waters played
prelude and postlude music and Glen Whitaker (nephew) offered invocation.
Tributes were by Metta George (neighbor) and Sherri Hansen (granddaughter),
with remarks by Bishop Terry R. Waters. Speaker was bishop Dale Waters
Music included a selection by Betty Cutler (niece), "Picture of Me";
a selection by Ken Hansen (grandson-in-law), "O My Father," accompanied
by Sherri Hansen (granddaughter); a piano solo by Kimberly Gibbons (granddaughter),
"The Entertainer," and a selection of a medley of songs by Sharla Starley,
Jan Frampton and Carma Hodges (nieces). John Kimball (nephew) offered the
Interment was in the Richfield City Cemetery where L. Scott Allen (son)
offered the dedicatory prayer. Pallbearers were sons, Lloyd Scott Allen,
Phyll Read Allen, Samuel Dean Allen and Myron Dale Allen; son-in-law, Gary
Lynn Jorgensen, and brother-in-law, Terril J. Bond. Honorary Pall-bearers
were grandsons, David Scott Allen, Travis Allen and Jonathan Allen; grandsons-in-law,
Josh Gibbons, Sean Scott, David Burton, Morgan Lawrence and Kenneth Hansen,
and brother-in-law, Franklin Kim-ball. Funeral directors, Neal S. Magleby
& Sons Mortuary, Richfield.
Brenda M. Sanden
ANNABELLA - Brenda Minnis Sanden, 61, passed away Oct. 28, 2001, in
Salt Lake City after a courageous battle with a long-term lung disease.
She was born Feb. 12, 1940, in Meadville, Pa., to Glenn Arden and Grace
Lillian Skelton. She married Ronald Martin Sanden Dec. 23, 1961, in Warren,
Pa. The marriage was solemnized on May 24, 1976, in the Salt Lake LDS Temple.
One of the great loves of Brenda's early life was the ballet. She was
an accomplished ballerina. She considered her family the greatest accomplishment
of her life. She was a devoted and loving wife, mother and grandmother.
She took great pride in her professional positions and relationships with
those whom she worked with and served.
She was an active member of the LDS Church and, while her health permitted,
she enjoyed her church callings and especially working in the Primary.
Brenda is survived by her beloved husband, Ronald, Annabella; daughters,
Traci Lynn Quarnberg, Richfield; Gina Rae (Randy John) Meacham, Joseph;
six grandchildren; sister, Roxanne (Jim) Grosch, North Warren, Pa.
She was preceded in death by her parents, and brother, Gary Minnis.
Funeral services will be Friday, Nov. 2, at noon in the Annabella Second
LDS Ward Chapel. Friends may call at the Neal S. Magleby & Sons Mortuary
in Richfield Thursday evening from 7 to 9 p.m., and at the ward chapel
in Annabella Friday from 10:30 to 11:30 a.m. Interment will be in the Richfield
ELSINORE - MacRay Jensen, 69, Elsinore, passed away Oct. 28, 2001,
in Provo. He was born June 12, 1932, in Elsinore, to Eldred W. and Melba
Utley Jensen. He married Gaylene Andersen; they later divorced. MacRay
married Peggy Anne Gray Aug. 10, 1956, in Las Vegas, Nev. The marriage
was solemnized in the Manti LDS Temple Aug. 10, 1968.
MacRay was a member of the Sevier Valley Roosters Good Sams Club and
Elsinore Adjustment Board. He served in Okinawa during the Korean War and
served faithfully in many church positions. MacRay loved and excelled at
many sports, especially golf and baseball. He loved the outdoors: camping,
hunting and fishing. Most of all, he loved his family and spent many precious
hours with them.
He is survived by his wife, Peggy Jensen, Elsinore; children, Dawn
Rae (David) Guenther, Boulder, Colo.; Julie Anne (Bryce) Jensen and Joni
Rae (Bret) Whittaker, all Richfield; Joel Gray (Tess) Jensen, Beaver; 11
grandchildren, Alex, Aaron, and Sarah Guenther; Bryson Jensen (serving
in the Argentina Rosario LDS Mission) and Jeneka Jensen; Tyler, Misti,
Trever and Tayson Whittaker; Jesse and Braylie Jensen; one great-granddaughter,
Andi Dawn Jensen; brothers and sisters, June B. (Carol) Jensen, Richfield;
Lee R. (Olive) Jensen, Elsinore; Morris (June) Jensen, Richfield; Wayne
(RoLayne) Holt, West Jordan; Blanche (Sterling) Hansen, Richfield; sisters-in-law,
Zola Jensen, Richfield; Janet (Carl) Nielson, Central Valley; Petraya "Pat"
(Larry) Dailey, Riverton, Wyo; brothers-in-law, Garth McNeal Gray, Riverton,
Wyo., and Lynn Parsons, Monroe.
He was preceded in death by parents; brother, Garth W. Jensen; sister-in-law,
Nancy Gray Parsons.
Funeral services will be Thursday, Nov. 1, at noon in the Elsinore
LDS Ward Chapel. Friends may call at the Magleby Mortuary Wednesday from
6 to 8 p.m., and at the ward chapel in Elsinore Thursday from 10:30 to
11:30 a.m. Interment will be in the Richfield City Cemetery with military
rites by the Elsinore American Legion Post 75. Funeral directors, Neal
S. Magleby & Sons Mortuary, Richfield.
AURORA - Priscilla May Padilla Mortensen, 45, passed away suddenly,
but peacefully, at her home in Aurora Oct. 26, 2001.
She was a loving wife, mother, sister and friend.
She was born March 12, 1956, in Price, a daughter of Christopher and
Mary Martinez Padilla. She married Ted Lee O'Hearon in 1973 in Price; they
later divorced. She married Vance J. Spencer June 16, 1986, in Elko, Nev.;
they later divorced. She married Robert S. Mortensen Dec. 31, 1999, in
Priscilla enjoyed animals, especially her dog, Ashes. She had many
interests: collecting rocks and bottles, gardening, painting, candlemaking,
fishing and hunting. She was a great cook. Our favorites were her fudge,
green chili and fried chicken. She was an advocate for youth. She volunteered
for the Youth Correction Work Crew.
She is survived by her husband of Aurora; children, Sabrina and Jack
Biddle, Moroni; Kevin and Amanda O'Hearon, Salina; Christopher O'Hearon,
Moroni; Shawntell Spencer, Centerfield; Paulette Perri and Shane Pitts,
Salt Lake City; stepchildren, Michelle, James, Robbie and Joey Mortensen,
all Salina; Sindie and Scott Kennedy, Tucson, Ariz.; Shon and Tina Spencer,
Centerfield; Shain Spencer, Salt Lake City; Scott Spencer and Wendy Gonzales,Centerfield;
all of the many people she considered her "kids"; grandchildren, Taylor
Biddle, Tasheena Biddle, Tyson Biddle; Kyrie O'Hearon; Cheramie Pitts;
Stephanie (Fuller) Spencer; Ricky Gonzales, Nicholas Gonzales; Brady Spencer;
Marisha Spencer, Shayla Spencer, Kristina Spencer and Brayden Wayne Christensen;
sister, Christene Padilla and Joseph Roy, Boise, Ida.; brother, Daniel
Padilla, Draper; niece, Amber Keel; nephew, David Padilla, and numerous
aunts, uncles and cousins.
Funeral services will be held Thursday, November 1, at 4 p.m. in the
Springer Turner Funeral Home Chapel, 260 North 400 West, in Richfield,
where friends may call for viewing Thursday afternoon from 1 to 3:30 prior
to the services.
Friends may remember Priscilla by her loving heart and by her sayings:
"When you meet me, you'll either like me or dislike me, but you'll never
forget me.", or "May God bless you, watch over you, thank you for everything
and I love you."
Funeral directors Springer Turner Funeral Home of Richfield and Salina.
Jeffrey Clair Daniels
LAS VEGAS, NEV./MT. PLEASANT - Jeffrey Clair Daniels, 37, Las Vegas,
Nev., formerly of Mt. Pleasant, passed away Oct. 23, 2001, in Las Vegas,
He was born June 27, 1965, in Mt. Pleasant, to Clair L. and Delores
He married Kerry Conder; later divorced. He married Susan Large; later
Jeff was currently working at Treasure Island in Las Vegas, Nev., as
an executive chef of banquets.
He is survived by his son, Kristopher Hyatt Daniels, Richfield; parents,
Clair and Delores Daniels, Sevier; sister, Julia (Dale) Richards, Brigham
City; nephews, Jeremy Cox and John McIntosh.
Graveside services and interment were Saturday, Oct. 27, at 1 p.m.
in the Mt. Pleasant City Cemetery with Bishop Jerry Howell of the Joseph
LDS Ward officiating.
Dennis Munson (uncle) gave the family prayer and Michael Hannebaum
(cousin) offered the invocation.
There were open tributes, followed with remarks by Bishop Jerry Howell.
A musical selection was by Marion Harrison, "God Be With You 'Til We
The dedicatory prayer was by J.R. Jolley. Pallbearers were Kristopher
Daniels, Dale Richards, Jeremy Cox, John McIntosh, Grant Daniels and Bill
Olsen. Funeral directors, Neal S. Magleby & Sons Mortuary, Richfield.
We love you, Jeff.
Delray Olsen Hatch
KOOSHAREM - Our beloved husband, father and grandfather returned to
his Heavenly Father Oct. 22, 2001.
Delray was born May 24 1931, in Koosharem to Andrew Vernaldo and Elnora
Olsen Hatch. He married Gay Sharp Dec. 21, 1962, in the Manti LDS Temple.
He was a graduate of Brigham Young University, served two years in the
United States Air Force and taught school for 34 years at Roosevelt and
Kearns Junior High.
After retirement, he worked on the grounds of the Jordan River LDS
Temple. He was an active member of the LDS Church and served in many positions.
He loved his family, the gospel and serving others.
He enjoyed sports. He was an avid golfer and a fan of BYU athletics.
He is survived by his wife, Gay; his four children, Steve (Leslie),
Lora (Robert) Smith, Alan (Lori), Lynette (Shaun) Smith; his eight grandchildren,
Nikole, Rachel, Sarah, Breanna, Julia, Giselle, Sydnee, Ronnie; his five
siblings, Vernelda Washburn, Conrad (Elva), Leila (Gethin) Oldroyd, Vivian
(Boyd) Mitchell, Glen (Jane).
Funeral services were Friday, Oct. 26, at the Taylorsville Eighth LDS
Ward Chapel at noon, with Bishop V. Frank Coon conducting.
Conrad Hatch (brother) gave the family prayer; Sharon Smith (friend)
played prelude and postlude music and Shaun Smith (son-in-law) offered
The eulogy was by Steven Hatch (son), and family tributes were by Lynette
Smith (daughter) and Glen B. Hatch (brother), with remarks by Donald Fielden
Music included a selection, "O My Father," by Sandra Whitlock (friend),
and a selection, "How Great Thou Art," by Staci Hankins (friend), accompanied
by Sharon Smith. Robert Smith (son-in-law) offered the benediction.
Interment was in the Redwood Memorial Estates in Salt Lake City. Pallbearers
were Steven Hatch, Alan Hatch, Glen Hatch, Dale Sharp, Robert Smith and
Shaun Smith. Honorary pallbearers were Boyd Mitchell, Gethin Oldroyd, Paul
Harris and Donald Fielden. Funeral directors, Independent Funeral Service
of Salt Lake City.
Arvel Udell Atwood
SIGURD/PRICE - Arvel Udell Atwood, 82, Sigurd and Price, passed away
Oct. 22, 2001, in Richfield. He was born Jan. 1, 1919, in Elmo, Utah, to
Soren Edward and Rachel Cramer Atwood.
He married Youlanda Priano Dec. 22, 1945, in Elmo. The marriage was
solemnized in the Manti LDS Temple Dec. 7, 1948. She preceded him in death
Jan. 29, 1977. He married Gloria McEwen, November 3, 1979, in the Manti
Udell taught elementary school in Price for 30 years. He was a member
of the LDS Church where he served three LDS temple missions and was in
the bishopric in the Elmo LDS Ward. Udell also served as mayor and on the
town council in Elmo.
He is survived by his wife, Gloria, Sigurd; children, Elwin (Peggy)
Atwood, Terry (Darlene) Atwood, Randy (Alice) Atwood, Sheila (Tony) Koss,
all Price; Gaylon (Lorna) Atwood, Vernal; Bryan (Shallon) Atwood, Salt
Lake City; Pamela (Torey) Jones, Cleveland; Lindell (Sue) Atwood and Deloy
(Michelle) Atwood, all Spanish Fork; Jeannie (Neal) Warner, Orem; Jennifer
Payne, Richfield; James (Jane) Ashurst, Florida; Allen (Carol) Ashurst,
Monroe; Larry (Julie) Ashurst, Richfield; 50 grandchildren; 10 great-grandchildren;
brothers and sisters, Dellas (Iris) Atwood, Salt Lake City; Glen (Jeanne)
Atwood and Von (Juanita) Atwood, all St. George; Clark Atwood, Elmo.
He was preceded in death by wife, Youlanda; brothers and sisters, Melvin,
Pauline, Dora, Hazel and Zona Pearl.
Funeral services were Friday, Oct. 26, at 11 a.m. in the Westwood LDS
Ward Chapel in Price with Bishop Douglas Simkins officiating.
Terry Atwood (son) gave the family prayer; Faye Torgerson played prelude
and postlude music and Bryan Atwood (son) offered the invocation.
The Obituary was given by Bishop Douglas Simkins; Thoughts were by
Jeannie Warner (daughter) and a tribute was by Jennifer Payne (daughter),
with remarks by Elwin Atwood (son).
Music included a selection by Ben Atwood (grandson), "How Great Thou
Art," accompanied by Jodi Scott (granddaughter); a selection by Steven
Scott (grandson), "These Hands," accompanied by Jodi Scott (granddaughter),
and selections by the grandchildren, "I Am A Child Of God" and "Families
Can Be Together Forever," accompanied by Jodi Scott (granddaughter). Sheila
Koss (daughter) offered benediction.
Interment, with military rites by the Huntington American Legion Post
78, was in the Elmo Cemetery where Randy Atwood (son) offered the dedicatory
prayer. Pallbearers were Elwin, Terry, Randy, Gaylon, Bryan, Lindell and
Deloy Atwood, and James, Allen and Larry Ashurst. Funeral directors, Neal
S. Magleby & Sons Mortuary, Richfield.
Marjorie A. Parker Christensen, 89, died Nov. 22, 2001, in Bountiful.
She was born June 9, 1912, in Richfield, a daughter of Thomas Bryant and
Ader Manora Gilbert Parker. She married Merrill Soren Christensen in Salt
Lake City Dec. 13, 1935. He died June 30, 1985.
Marjorie was a lifelong resident of Richfield and the surrounding area.
She graduated from Richfield High School. She worked for Sevier School
District in the School Lunch Program before working at Merrill's Drug Store
in the 1960s. Marjorie was a member of the Richfield Fire Department Ladies
Auxiliary and an active member of the LDS Church. She also served as the
secretary of Joseph Grazing Cattle and Land Investment for many years.
She was a loving mother and grandmother whose presence will be greatly
Surviving family includes three children, Merrill Don (Helen) Christensen,
St. George; Marjorie Ann (Scott) Tarbet, North Salt Lake City, and Kent
Soren (Debra) Christensen, Hooper; nine grandchildren; nine great-grandchildren;
one great-great-grandchild; one brother, Gilbert (Betty) Parker, Harrisburg;
one sister, Ermon Parker Winget, Salt Lake City, and many nieces, nephews
Funeral services were Tuesday, Nov. 27, at 11 a.m. at the Richfield
Fourth LDS Ward Chapel.
Interment was at the Richfield Cemetery under the direction of the
Spilsbury & Beard Mortuary.
The family expresses much appreciation to the Heritage Place Assisted
Living Center, the South Davis Hospice group, and to a special neighbor,
Glade Reynolds, for their tremendous service.
Joe Grant Jorgensen
SIGURD - Joe Grant Jorgensen, 68, Sigurd, beloved husband, father, grandfather,
great-grandfather and friend, passed away unexpectedly early Thanksgiving
morning at his home in Sigurd. He spent his final day on earth doing what
he loved - spending time with family.
He was born to Rulon Grant and Frances Beatrice Snedeger Jorgensen
Dec. 1, 1932, in Sigurd. He married Bonnie Rae Knaphus March 7, 1952. The
marriage was solemnized in the Manti LDS Temple Feb. 16, 1956.
Joe graduated from Richfield High School in 1951 where he excelled
in basketball, baseball and track. He was actively involved in the LDS
Church where he served as bishop, counselor in two bishoprics, High Council
member and most recent served as second counselor in the Fishlake Branch.
Some of his favorite hobbies included poetry, hunting, fishing, athletics
and spending time at his ranch.
Joe was involved in Scouting where he enjoyed serving for 35 years
as an Explorer advisor. He is best known for establishing the annual motorcycle
trip held at Egg Nog Spring, currently in its 38th year. He was also recognized
by the National Scouting Association and was awarded the prestigious "Silver
Most of all, his prized possession was his wife of nearly 50 years,
his 12 children, 40 grandchildren, five great-grandchildren and his wonderful
friends and neighbors.
Daddy, we love you and will miss you dearly.
He is survived by his wife, Bonnie, Sigurd; children, Jerry Rulon (Leslie)
Jorgensen, Gunnison; Malinda J. (Bennion L.) Spencer, Riverton; Elaine
(Bruce) Kidd, Anchorage, Alaska; Joanne (Brad) Nielson, Mesquite, Nev.;
Frances (Steve) Turner and Janet Milam, both Richfield; Janeece Kreutzer
and Joseph A. Jorgensen, both Sigurd; Jayson Shane (Jennilyn) Jorgensen,
Provo; Jennifer J. (Lory) Quarnberg, Price; Jamie J. (Jed) Southwick, Payson;
Jorgina J. (George) Rowley, Cedar City; 40 grandchildren; five great-grandchildren;
sister, Leah Jane (John Billy) Carter, Sigurd; sister-in-law, Lorraine
Jensen, Salt Lake City.
He was preceded in death by parents; brother, Milton Shan Jorgensen;
son-in-law, Darr Bastian Kreutzer; daughter-in-law, Nancy Miller Jorgensen.
Funeral services were Monday, Nov. 26, at 1 p.m. in the Sigurd LDS
Ward Chapel with Ron Meacham officiating and Bishop Kyle Morris presiding.
George Rowley (son-in-law) gave the family prayer; Greg Jorgensen (nephew)
played prelude and postlude music and Leah Jane Carter (sister) offered
Tributes were by Jerry Jorgensen (son), Jonny Spencer (grandson) and
Joseph Jorgensen (son); the Explorer Tribute was Jerald Dastrup (representing
Sigurd LDS Ward Explorers) and open tributes.
Tributes and a musical selection were by Malinda Spencer, Elaine Kidd,
Joanne Nielson, Frances Turner, Janet Milam, Janeece Kreutzer, Jennifer
Quarnberg, Jamie Southwick and Jorgina Rowley (daughters), and Leslie Jorgensen
and Jennilyn Jorgensen (daughters-in-law), "How Great Thou Art," accompanied
by Katie Chase (granddaughter). Remarks were by Brother Ron Meacham, with
speaker, Shane Jorgensen (son).
Music included a selection by grandchildren "As I Have Loved You,"
accompanied by Dana Peacock, a selection by Lindsay Jorgensen (granddaughter)
and Bryce Higgins (grandson-in-law), "The Wind Beneath My Wings," accompanied
by Katie Chase (granddaughter), and a selection by Katie Chase (granddaughter),
"In This Very Room," accompanied by Greg Jorgensen (nephew). Phil Jorgensen
(brother-in-law) offered benediction.
Interment was in the Sigurd Cemetery where Glen Taylor (uncle) offered
the dedicatory prayer. Pallbearers were Ben Spencer, Bruce Kidd, Brad Nielson,
Steve Turner, Lory Quarnberg, Jed Southwick and George Rowley (sons-in-law).
Honorary pallbearers were Jonny Spencer, Jared Jorgensen, Jason Spencer,
Travis Nielson, Tanner Nielson, Elder Danny Jorgensen (serving in the Florida
Orlando LDS Mission), Jesse Spencer, Tyler Nielson, Chris Kidd, Todd Nielson,
Blakely Grant Milam, Shann Jorgensen, Skyler Kreutzer, Billy Joe Milam,
Trever Kreutzer, Kody Quarnberg, Stetson Southwick and Braxton Quarnberg
(grandsons); Dana Peacock, Lisa Higgins, Heather Turner, Melica Mills,
Katie Chase, April Turner, Tiffany Turner, Monica Mills, Heidi Kidd, Jodi
Spencer, Lindsay Jorgensen, Kassle Kidd, Shae Lee Turner, Shayla Jorgensen,
Halley Kidd, Mavanie Mills, Jolee Nielson, Kryston Jorgensen, Jaysilyn
Jorgensen, Kiana Quarnberg, Josiana Jorgensen and SeOnna Southwick (granddaughters);
Victoria Rae Spencer, Madison Nielson, Annika Jorgensen, Dallin Higgins
and A.J. Estes (great-grandchildren); Pat Mills, Danny Milam, Jennifer
Maloney, Misti Allen, Melanie Jorgensen, Bryce Higgins, Scott Chase, Jesse
Nielson and Jay Estes (in-laws).
Honor Guard, Sigurd Ward Explorers. Funeral directors, Neal S. Magleby
& Sons Mortuary, Richfield.
Lott Smith Hamblin
MONROE - Lott Smith Hamblin, 75, Monroe, died Nov. 25, 2001, in Richfield
from complications of a stroke.
He was born June 19, 1926, in Wellington, to Burk and Mary Elizabeth
Russell Hamblin. He married Mary Lucille Barlow; they later divorced. He
married Marjorie Lorraine Thomas-zewski; they later divorced. He married
Helen Rose Spicer Wallace Dec. 27, 1986, in Las Vegas, Nev. The marriage
was solemnized Dec. 27, 1987, in the St. George LDS Temple.
Lott was a veteran of World War II, serving in the Merchant Marines.
He was employed with Boeing and moved to Monroe upon his retirement in
1989 from the Nevada Test Site where he worked in the refrigeration and
air conditioning department.
He was an active member of the LDS Church where he served in various
capacities. Together with his wife, they served as ordinance workers in
the Manti LDS Temple, worked in the Family History Library in Richfield,
the Sigurd Cannery, and served a mission to Louisiana.
He is survived by his wife, Helen, Monroe; son, Brad Russell (Myra)
Hamblin, Decatur, Tenn.; daughter, Linda Lee (William) Cummings, Santee,
Calif.; eight grandchildren; stepchildren, R. Wayne Wallace, San Francisco,
Calif.; Kelvin R. (Virginia) Wallace, Cadiz, Ky.; Teresa Lynn (Frank) Carrera
and Steven L. (Micki) Wallace, both Crescent, Okla.; six step-grandchildren
and four step-great-grandchildren.
He was preceded in death by his parents; children, Greg and Yvonne
Hamblin; brothers and sisters, Mildred B, Weldon Burke, Cecile Gladys,
Philip Wayne, Lawrence Russell, Louie Sybil Charles Evans and Fontella
and DeWitt Russell.
Funeral services will be Wednesday, Nov. 28, at 11 a.m. in the Monroe
LDS Stake Center, 110 South Main Monroe. Friends may call at the Neal S.
Magleby & Sons Mortuary in Richfield on Tuesday evening from 6 to 8
p.m. and at the stake center in Monroe Wednesday from 9:30 to 10:30 a.m.
Interment will be in the Monroe City Cemetery with military rites by
the Monroe American Legion Post 37.
Funeral directors, Neal S. Magleby & Sons Mortuary, Richfield and
Vaneese A. Barrett
SALINA - Vaneese Allred Barrett, our beloved wife, mother, grandmother,
great-grandmother, sister, aunt and friend, returned to our loving Heavenly
Father Sunday, Nov. 25, 2001, surrounded by her family at her home in Salina,
at the age of 77. She was a woman of great strength and faith in an eight-year
valiant battle with cancer.
Vaneese was born Sept. 4, 1924, in Redmond, a daughter of William Burton
and Lillian Anderson Allred. She attended school in Salina and graduated
from North Sevier High School. During World War II, she worked in Manti,
She married Keith Stanley Barrett May 25, 1944, in the Manti LDS Temple.
Vaneese and Keith had three daughters, Marsha, Bonnie and Holly.
Vaneese was a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
and fulfilled various callings throughout her life. She was a member of
the American Legion Ladies Auxiliary and the Salina Fire Department Ladies
Vaneese enjoyed gardening, traveling with her husband, children and
grandchildren, and was an excellent seamstress, homemaker and cook. She
worked side by side with her husband, Keith, in their grocery business,
Barrett's Foodtown and Holly's Pantry, performing many different jobs.
She especially enjoyed being with her family. Vaneese was loved and
admired by all who knew her. She was truly an example of grace, womanhood
She is survived by her husband of 57 years, Keith, and their children,
Marsha and Paul Okerlund and Bonnie and Jim Erdei, all Salina; seven grandchildren,
Thad and Emily Okerlund, Syracuse; Lori and Mike Seidel, Salt Lake City;
Cindi and Ross Anderson and Coni and Brad Burnham, all Salina; Amber and
Jeremy Baker, Eagle Mountain; Chandler and Jennifer Erdei and Starli and
Joby Mickelsen, all Salina; 11 great-grandchildren; brother, Burton and
LuWeen Allred, Salina; sisters-in-law, Carol Lee Allred, Murray; Elaine
Allred, Salina; Carole Barrett Mellor, Gunnison, and Norma Barrett, Bishop,
She was preceded in death by her daughter, Holly; her brothers, Byron
Allred and Lowell Allred, and her parents.
Funeral services will be held Thursday, Nov. 29, at noon in the Salina
LDS Stake Center, 98 West 400 North in Salina. Friends may call for viewing
at the Springer Turner Funeral Home, 150 East Main Street, Salina, Wednesday
evening from 6 to 8 p.m., and at the Stake Center on Thursday from 10:30
to 11:30 a.m., prior to the services.
Interment will be in the Salina Eastside Cemetery.
In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the John Huntsman Cancer
Center in Vaneese Barrett's name.
HANKSVILLE - Darys Fredrick Ekker, 85, passed away peacefully Friday,
Feb. 8, 2002, at Kolob Care Center in Cedar City, with his loved ones at
Darys was born Nov. 17, 1916, in Hanksville, to Cornelius Ekker and
Edna Gibbons. He was the sixth of 12 children.
He married Clella May Lanee Nov. 23, 1938. Their marriage was later
solemnized in the Manti LDS Temple Dec. 21, 1968. After Clella's passing,
he married Ellesa Day April 9, 1996, in Mesquite, Nev.
Darys lived in Hanksville all his life. He never had any desire to
leave. He loved the country, from the Henry Mountains to the San Rafael
Desert. He loved his music, and in the end, it gave him much comfort.
He was an active member of the LDS Church and held many different positions.
He was loved by everyone who knew him.
He is survived by his wife, Ellesa; two sons and two daughters; 18
grandchildren and 17 great-grandchildren.
Funeral services were held Tuesday, Feb. 12, at 1 p.m. at the Hanksville
LDS Ward Chapel. Interment was in the Hanksville Cemetery.
Heber C. Winget
MONROE - Heber C. Winget, 92, passed away peacefully at home Feb. 11,
2002, in Monroe, with his wife Jennie at his side.
He was born in Monroe to Cyrus Alfonzo and Hulda Winget on Sept. 12,
1909. He graduated from South Sevier High School and served an LDS mission
to the Northern States.
Heber married his eternal sweetheart, Jennie Oldroyd, on June 9, 1932,
in the Salt Lake LDS Temple. Then, with his wife and daughters by his side,
he worked the land as a farmer.
He served the community as mayor, councilman, "Old Folks" Committee
member, and member of the Utah State Water & Power Board.
Active in the LDS Church, he served as bishop twice, councilor to several
bishops, and on the Stake High Council.
He is survived by his wife, Jennie; daughters, Ruth Anne Johnson, Kaysville;
Evelyn Branch and Mary Beth (Michael) Eaton, both Washington; son-in-law,
Verl Branch, Richfield; 23 grandchildren; 38 great-grandchildren; and one
He was preceded in death by his parents; a daughter, LuJuana Johnson;
a son, Richard H. Winget; and siblings, Ruby Oldroyd, Marguerite Ogden,
LaVern Black, Frank Winget and McKay Winget.
Heber always enjoyed life and loved most his family, his Savior, and
Funeral services will be held Friday, Feb. 15, at 1 p.m. in the Monroe
Third LDS Ward Chapel. Friends may call for viewing at the Neal S. Magleby
& Sons Mortuary Thursday evening from 6 to 8 p.m., and at the Third
LDS Ward chapel in Monroe Friday from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
Interment will be in the Monroe City Cemetery.
Taylor Sage Baldwin
Taylor Sage Baldwin, 2 years old, passed away May 22, 2002, at Primary
Children's Hospital in Salt Lake City, from heart complications.
Taylor was born April 26, 2000, in Salt Lake City to Blaine Franklin
and Cynthia Jade Griffiths Baldwin. Taylor was daddy's little "truckin'
buddy". He loved to go on the truck with his dad. He was a sweet, happy
and loving boy. He always had a kiss and hug for his family. Taylor will
be greatly missed.
He is survived by his parents, Blaine and Cynthia Baldwin of Richfield;
brother, Cary; sisters, Autumn and Macady, all of Richfield; grandparents,
Stanley (Susan) Baldwin, Glenwood; Syd (Roberta) Griffiths, Venice; Crystal
Burchnell, Virginia; great-grandparents, Bessie Baldwin, Monroe; Warren
(Betty) Harris, Richfield; Syd (Jane) Griffiths, Venice; Gladys Peel, Nev.;
Joe (Claire) Peel; Mildred Rawson, all of Calif.; uncles and aunts, Shelly
(Dustin) Lund, Marysvale; Mindy (Josh) Nielson, Bountiful; Jeremy (Nicole)
Baldwin, Richfield; Amy (Jeff) Johnson, Salt Lake City; Staci Fullmer,
Richfield; Kassie Baldwin and Emily Baldwin, both of Glenwood; Crissy (Desmon)
Butts, Alaska; Beverly Burchnell; Brandon (Erin) Griffiths, Richfield;
Alicia (Joe) Chester, Nev.; Mandy (Brion) Terry, Richfield; Stephanie (Jared)
Magleby, Richfield; Jocelyn Griffiths, Venice; and many loving cousins.
Preceded in death by great-grandfathers, Harold Baldwin and Clifford
Rawson; great-grandmother, Jade Rhodora; grand-aunt, Kerri Harris.
Funeral services were held Saturday, May 25, in the Magleby Mortuary
Chapel with Bishop Carl Albrecht of the Richfield Sixth LDS Ward officiating.
Bishop Phillip Burr (grand uncle) gave the family prayer; Michelle
Curtis played prelude and postlude music; Syd Griffiths (grandpa) offered
A tribute was by Cary Baldwin (brother) and Macady Baldwin (sister)
with remarks by Bishop Carl Albrecht.
Music included a violin selection by Andy Bailey, "I Am A Child Of
God", accompanied by Janel Parry; A musical selection by Taylor's cousins,
"I Will Follow God's Plan", accompanied by Nancy Harris; musical selection
by Autumn Baldwin (sister), "Taylor, I Love You", accompanied by Nancy
Harris. Warren Harris (great-grandpa) offered the benediction.
Interment was at the Monroe City Cemetery. Stanley Baldwin (grandfather)
offered the dedicatory prayer.
Pallbearers were Cary Baldwin, Jeremy Baldwin, Brandon Griffiths, Brion
Terry, Jared Magleby, Josh Nielson and Scott Burr.
Honorary Pallbearers were Desmon, Curtis, Alex, Spencer and Carson
Butts; Keldon and Camron Terry; Jordan and Wyatt Nielson; Jody, Aarin,
Zachary and Lucas Chester; Great-grandpa, Syd Griffiths; Dustin, Drex and
Tucker Lund; Tristan Johnson and Kalen Fullmer.
Compassionate services were by the Richfield Sixth Ward Relief Society
Funeral directors, Neal S. Magleby & Sons Mortuary Chapel of Richfield.
Norma Hawley Rogers
Our loving wife, mother, grandmother and great-grandmother, Norma Hawley
Rogers, passed away peacefully on May 26, 2002 at the age of 83.
She was born Sept. 11, 1918, in Central Valley, to Claude William and
Etta Christensen Hawley. She attended and graduated from South Sevier High
School. She married Willard George Rogers Oct. 10, 1936, in Beaver; later
solemnized in the Manti LDS Temple November 21, 1947.
Norma lived most of her life in Central Valley but spent some years
living in Kanosh and Sunset. She lived a rich and full life reflecting
loving family ties and religious commitment. She was a wonderful, helpful
wife and did an excellent job of raising four daughters. She was a dedicated
care giver to her mother, step-father and her husband's parents. She worked
for 25 years as a clerk and accountant at Christensen's Department Store
in Richfield, where she made numerous friends of customers with her cheerful
spirit and accommodating, helpful ways.
Norma was a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
She served many years in various positions in both the Primary and Relief
Society in the Monroe Utah Stake, Central Ward and the Sunset Ward. She
and her husband were Monroe Stake Missionaries for several years. She also
enjoyed attending the LDS Temple often.
She was preceded in death by her father, mother and step-father, George
Larsen; brother, Scott C. Hawley and sister, MaeBeth Ogden.
She is survived by her husband of 66 years; daughters, Hawley (John
W.) Brown of Riverside, Calif.; Dina Jill (Wm. Ed) Wellington of South
Jordan; Rosalee (Gene) Higgins of Vancouver, Wash. and Becky Ann (Calvin
K.) Hales of West Jordan; 17 grandchildren; 38 great-grandchildren; 2 great-great-grandchildren;
brother, Harold Q. (Kenna) Hawley of Richfield and many extended family
Funeral services will be held on Thursday, May 30, 2002, at noon in
the Central LDS Ward chapel in Annabella. Friends may call at the ward
chapel in Annabella on Thursday from 10 to 11:30 a.m. Burial will be in
the Richfield City Cemetery.
Funeral directors, Neal S. Magleby & Sons Mortuary, Richfield.
Garth G. Roberts
Antimony - Our beloved father, grandfather and great-grandfather, Garth
Gleave Roberts, age 86, passed away suddenly on May 24, 2003 at the home
of a daughter, in Richfield. He was born Sept. 9, 1916 in Annabella, a
son of Thomas Wilburn and Jennie Gleave Roberts. He married Elvera Ilene
Helquist, Dec. 8, 1937 in Richfield, Utah. Their marriage was solemnized
in the Manti LDS Temple March 20, 1943. She died Feb. 10, 1996.
Garth was a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints,
serving in many capacities. He was the Antimony Cemetery sextant. He was
the owner of a grocery store and café in Antimony for many years.
He was a rancher and farmer. Garth's greatest love was the outdoors, whether
it was fishing on Otter Creek, where he met many of his friends, or hunting
the mountains. He broke Teddy Roosevelt's B&C record for the world's
record cougar in 1964, which he held for many years.
He loved being surrounded by his family and he loved each and every
day of his life.
Garth is survived by his children: LaRell (Sherey) Roberts, Elk Ridge;
Keith (LaRene) Roberts, Salt Lake City; Elaine (Nate) Tebbs, Richfield;
Ken (Valeene) Roberts, Antimony; Darlene (Doug) Evans, Panguitch; Kim (Scott)
Adams, Annabella; 29 grandchildren, 46 great-grandchildren; sister, Faye
Gardner, Keanny, Ariz.
He was preceded in death by his parents and his wife; a son, Lavere
Roberts, three brothers: Walter, Marell and Doyle Roberts; a son-in-law:
Lynn Pierson; two grandchildren and one great-grandson.
Funeral services will be held Thursday, May 29, 2003 at 1 p.m. in the
Antimony LDS ward chapel. Friends may call for viewing at the Springer
Turner Funeral Home in Richfield, Wednesday evening from 6 to 8 p.m. and
at the ward chapel in Antimony Thursday morning from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
prior to the services.
Interment will be in the Antimony Cemetery.
Funeral directors, Springer Turner Funeral Home of Richfield, Salina
and Gunnison, Utah.
ANNABELLA - Our loving husband, father, grandfather and brother, Franklin
Duane Hansen, 80, passed away suddenly at his home in Escondido, Calif.,
from a massive heart attack the evening of May 20, 2003. He was born June
16, 1922 in Gunnison, a son of Neils Duane and Ruth Ellen Christensen Hansen.
He graduated from Gunnison Valley High School, Class of 1940 and attended
college in Logan for one year.
Hansen joined the US Army and served in defending his country during
World War II.
He married Tora Jean Case, Annabella, August 18, 1945 in Las Vegas.
Their marriage was solemnized in the Los Angeles LDS Temple, May 23, 1964.
He was an active member of the LDS Church, serving in various positions.
Hansen retired as a supervisor and manager, working in the Citrus Grove
Industry in Rancho Sante Fe, Calif. He enjoyed hunting deer and always
looked forward to the trips to Utah to hunt.
He is survived by his wife, Escondido, Calif.; children: Geraldine
and Steven Haven, Everett, Wash.; Arnold Duane and Candice Hansen, Escondido,
Calif.; granddaughter: Alicia and Anthony Rousseau, Ramona, Calif.; siblings:
Norma and Curtis Fowler, Linda Vista, Calif. and Joan Hansen, Escondido,
He was preceded in death by brother, Garth.
Funeral services were Tuesday, May 27, 2003, at 1 p.m. at the Springer
Turner Funeral Home chapel with Arnold Duane Hansen conducting.
Ronald Sharp gave the family prayer; Jan Sharp played the prelude and
postlude music; Steve Sharp offered the invocation.
The eulogy was given by Steve Haven; speakers were Herbert Gukeisen
and Allen Case, with remarks by Duane Hansen.
Musical selections included "Abide With Me" by Barbara, Luella, Bonnie
and Liz, and a medley of primary songs by the Sharp children, both accompanied
by Jan Sharp.
Maureen Gukeisen gave the benediction.
Interment was at the Annabella Cemetery, where Steve Haven offered
the dedicatory prayer.
Pallbearers were Duane Hansen, Bill White, Jim Case, Arnold Gukeisen,
Steve Haven, Rudy Shepard, Anthony Rousseau and Duane Christensen.
Brady Joe Tuft
MONROE - Brady Joe Tuft, 22, of Monroe, returned home to his Heavenly
Father May 21, 2003, in St. George. He was born Aug. 26,1980, in Richfield
to Sharlet Barker and Ralph Tuft.
Brady graduated from South Sevier High School in 1998. He served a
mission for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints to Tulsa, Oklahoma.
Brady was attending Dixie State College where he received his Certified
Nurses Aide (CNA) and was working toward being a Surgical Registered Nurse
Brady enjoyed life, being with friends, golfing and fishing. He had
a strong testimony of the church and loved the Lord. He served in various
callings for the church which brought him great joy. Brady loved his family
and he will be greatly missed.
Brady is survived by his mother, Sharlet Barker, Monroe; father, Ralph
Tuft, Magnolia, Texas; sister, Amy (Frank) Maxfield, Glenwood; brother,
Cody Thiriot, Monroe; grandmother, Donna Barker, Monroe; grandfather, Roscoe
Tuft, Monroe; nephew, Levi Joe Maxfield, Glenwood; half sisters, Christina
and Courtney Tuft, both Magnolia, Texas, and many aunts, uncles and cousins.
Preceded in death by grandparents, Joe Barker and Elinore Tuft.
Funeral services were held May 24 at 1 p.m. in the Monroe 3rd LDS ward
Chapel, 140 South Main.
Interment will be in the Monroe City Cemetery.
Funeral directors, Neal S. Magleby & Sons Mortuary, Richfield.
Lawise M. Foote
AURORA - Our dear loving wife, mother, grandmother, sister, and friend
to many, Lawise Mellor Foote, passed away at home May 24, 2003, at the
age of 93.
She was born October 6, 1908, to her loving parents, Albert and Clara
Jensen Mellor. She married Elray Andrew Foote, the love of her life and
her lifelong companion, Feb. 26, 1930, in the Manti Temple. They have enjoyed
73 years together and have faith that they will be reunited again.
Lawise was an active member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day
Saints and served faithfully in whatever she was called to do. She served
in many teaching and leadership positions but felt a special love for primary
children and served in the primary organization as president or teacher
for more than 30 years. She was always very active and involved.
She created quilts, embroidered and crocheted many beautiful items
that grace the homes of her children, grandchildren, and friends. She was
an avid reader of church and other good books.
Lawise appreciated so much the beauty around her: mountains, autumn
leaves, sunshine, flowers, especially Elray's garden. Lawise loved life
and celebrated it whenever she could with family and friends. She devoted
her life to her Heavenly Father and to her family. She leaves a legacy
of kindness, generosity, compassion and unconditional love that will be
felt for many generations. She will always be in our hearts.
We love her and miss her and thank her for guiding us towards being
an eternal family.
Lawise is survived by her husband of 73 years, Elray Foote , Aurora;
five children, Leona Nuttal, Orem; Deon Peck, Bountiful; Stanley (Jackie)
Foote, Aurora; Norma (Michael) Warr, Bountiful; 18 treasured grandchildren;
39 great-grandchildren who brought her great joy.
She was receded in death by: parents; daughter, Marjorie who died in
1959; sons-in-law, Verl Nuttal and Dennis Peck.
The family expresses their thanks and appreciation to Dr. Greenwood
and staff for their excellent care and concern and for the gentle and loving
care she received from Hospice in her final days.
Funeral services will be held Wednesday, May 28, 2003, at 11:00 a.m.
in the Aurora 1st LDS ward chapel, where friends may call Tuesday from
6:30 to 8:30 p.m. and again on Wednesday from 9:30 to 10:30 a.m.
Interment will be in the Orem City Cemetery, 1520 N. 800 E. on Wednesday
at 4 p.m.
Funeral directors, Magleby-Jensen Mortuary, Richfield, Salina and Gunnison.
Grayce Lucille Miller
Grayce Lucille Miller, 98, passed away May 25, 2003 in Salt Lake City.
She was born March 16, 1905, in Pocatello, Idaho, to John and Lena Meyers.
Shortly afterward the family moved to East Ely. She attended White Pine
County High School. Grayce was a past Worthy Matron of The Order of the
She and her husband owned and worked in motel and service station businesses
in East Ely many years until they retired to Sevier. During the recent
18 years, Grayce resided in Salt Lake City.
She is survived by: one daughter, Gwen Robertson, Salt Lake City, and
three sons; E.R. Boots Miller, Jr., Elko, Nev., Ritz Miller, Burlingame,
Calif., and Darrell Miller, Salt Lake City. She is survived by nine grandchildren,
11 great grandchildren and four great-great grandchildren.
Grayce was preceded in death by her husband E.R. Miller; one brother,
Robert Meyers; 3 sisters, Gertie Meyers, Ruth Gallagher and Marjorie (Sunny)
Cryptside services will be held Thursday, May 29, 2003 at 2 p.m. in
the Larkin Sunset Lawn Mausoleum, 2350 East 1300 South, Salt Lake City.
Chrystal Savoy Blackburn Carroll
Chrystal Savoy Blackburn Carroll, 90, passed away Wednesday, May 21,
2003 in American Fork. She was born Nov. 18, 1912 in Richfield, a daughter
of Seth Hicks and Melissa Nebeker Blackburn. She was married to Clifford
Lloyd Carroll of Ault, Colo., March 14, 1953 in Farmington. He preceded
her in death June 26, 1987.
She graduated from Wayne High School, Snow College, Utah State and
Brigham Young University. She taught elementary school for 20 years throughout
Wayne County. Along with her husband Clifford, she owned and operated the
Carroll's Motel in Springville. She enjoyed traveling, spending time with
her family and remembering her youthful summers at Fish Lake. She was a
Christian in her belief and attended several churches.
Survivors include one daughter, Sue Carroll Larson her husband Tom
and their two daughters Melissa and Natalie of American Fork; one step-daughter,
Jackie and husband Billy Stewart of Astoria, Ore.; and one step-son, Richard
and wife Yvonne Carroll of Higley, Ariz., and their families. She is also
survived by several family members and friends throughout Wayne County.
The family would like to extend a special thanks to the Beehive Homes
of American Fork-South and Harmony Hospice of Orem for their loving care
Graveside services were held May 27 in Springville.
Condolences may be sent to the family at www.wheelermortuary.com
Funeral directors, Wheeler Mortuary, Springville.
Dorothy Dean Hepner
SIGURD - Dorothy Dean Hepner entered into rest May 18, 2003 in Santa
Clara, Calif. She was born Aug. 4, 1924 in Sigurd to Floyd and Leda May
Anderson. She moved to San Francisco in 1943 and married Leo "Jack" Hepner
on June 1, 1946.
She worked for the state of California as a food services supervisor
for more than 25 years.
She is survived by her four children: Glenna Hepner, Napa, Calif.;
Thomas Hepner, Gilroy, Calif.; Corleen Hepner Rogers and Julie Hepner,
both San Jose, Calif; four sisters and one brother, all of Utah; 14 grandchildren
and seven great-grandchildren.
Services were held Friday, May 23 at 1 p.m. at Tulocay Cemetery in
Funeral directors, Treadway & Wigger Funeral Chapel and Crematory,