Miscellaneous Uintah County, Utah Obituaries

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Terilee Coy

Terilee Coy, 42, passed away at her home from a heart attack on April 11, 2001. She was born May 26, 1958 in Vernal to Terrell G. and Jennie Lee Hacking Coy. Terilee graduated from Rangely High School in 1976. She attended Mesa College in Grand Junction, Colo., where she graduated with a degree in early childhood education. She taught 2-year-olds in Grand Junction at a daycare/preschool called The Learning Center. She then moved back to Vernal to care for her grandparents. 
She was hired by the Uintah County School District where she has been employed for the last 17 years. She taught at the Learning Center in Maeser, Vernal Junior High, and was currently employed at Lapoint Elementary. Terilee loved teaching her students and was continually teaching her nieces and nephews. 
She loved traveling as a family and watching her nieces and nephews play sports. She was a member of the Maeser 4th Ward. 
She is survived by her mother, Jennie Lee Coy, Vernal; brother, Rhett (Kris) Coy, Green River, Wyo.; sister, Lorrie (Shawn) Holtz, Clifton, Colo.; Terry (Kathy) Neilson, Richmond Hills, Ga.; many nieces and nephews; and grandmother, Ethel Coy, Hutchinson, Kansas. 
She was preceded in death by her father; grandparents, Clyde and Cora Hacking, and Arch Coy. 
Funeral services were held Friday, April 13 in the Thomson-Blackburn Vernal Mortuary with Bishop Dana O'Crowley conducting. 
Bishop O'Crowley offered the family prayer with prelude and postlude music played by Jean Murray. 
Cliff Zufelt gave the invocation. 
Speaker was Mark Duncan with remarks offered by Bishop O'Crowley.
Jean Murray played a medley of music. 
Clifton Jenkins gave the benediction and Kenneth Tripp dedicated the grave. 
Pallbearers were Barry Hacking, Matt Hacking, Shawn Holtz, Clay Hacking, Rhett Coy and Britt Holtz. 
Interment was in the Maeser Fairview Cemetery under the direction of Thomson-Blackburn Vernal Mortuary with compassionate services offered by the Maeser 4th Ward Relief Society.

Kenneth Murray

Kenneth Murray, 54, passed away suddenly after cardiac arrest on April 16, 2001 in Murray, Utah. He was born March 30, 1947 to Ray Milton Murray and Norma Eaton Murray Baker in Vernal. He served his country proudly during the Viet Nam War.
Kenneth is survived by his mother, Norma; step-dad, Barton Baker; brothers, Terry J. (Corrine) and Randy K. Murray; and three nephews.
He is preceded in death by his father and baby sister, Carolyn.

Paula V. Allred

Paula Virginia Fowler Allred, 68, of Vernal, was born May 19, 1932 in Duchesne, a daughter of Henry and Della West Fowler. She lived for many years in Oak Creek and Dinosaur, Colo. In April 1950 she married Lawrence McKenzie Allred in Winnemucca, Nev. They were later sealed in the Salt Lake Temple 1957. 
Paula with her family lived in Rangely, Colo. for 32 years where she graduated from Rangely High School. She was a stay-at home mom, loved to sew, decorate cakes, crochet and everything else that goes into making a fine home. 
When Lawrence retired, they moved everything, including their house to Vernal. Paula's favorite movie was "Moses;" her favorite books are the scriptures and church books. Because of her scripture study, she enjoyed teaching the Gospel Doctrine Sunday School class for many years. 
She loved old-time songs, church hymns, and singing with the singing mothers. Her favorite restaurant was the Red Lobster, although she would often go to the Golden Corral with Lawrence. Her most memorable occasions have been associated with her church callings. 
She served for 20 years on the Craig Stake Relief Society board where she loved teaching the Relief Society social sciences class and taught the young women in Mutual. One of her favorite activities was taking annual summer trips to Missouri where her father and step-mother lived. If Paula had a day all to herself, she would read the scriptures and church books for hours on end, then top off her day by eating a shrimp dinner. 
She is survived by her husband, Lawrence, of Vernal; children, Deborah (Leslie) Stalker, Alamosa, Colo.; Lawrence Wayne (Linda) Allred, Eaton, Colo.; Della Christine (Mark) Humpherys, Atlanta, Ga.; Paul Howard Allred, Laramie, Wyo.; 13 grandchildren; and five great-grandchildren. 
Funeral services were held Tuesday, April 17 in the Glines 4th Ward Chapel. 
Burial was in the Vernal Memorial Park under the direction of Thomson Blackburn Vernal Mortuary. 

William L. Brisbin

Our beloved husband, father and grandfather, William Long "Bill" Brisbin passed away April 10, 2001, at Dixie Regional Medical Center. 
He was born Sept. 22, 1917 in Collbran, Colo., to Milton and Ruth Brisbin. He married his childhood sweetheart, Jean Turner on June 27, 1938, they were sealed June 27, 1969 in the Salt Lake LDS Temple. 
He was an active member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and held many church positions.
He was employed by L & L Motor in Roosevelt until his retirement, after 27 years. He and his wife served a mission in San Antonio, Texas. They then moved to St. George, to enjoy the sun, and have resided there for seven years.
He enjoyed life to the fullest, a day never went by that he didn't make someone smile. Everyone who knew him loved him, especially the children who called him "Grandpa Bill." 
His favorite activity was getting hugs from his grandchildren. When they weren't around he adopted some from the neighborhood.
He enjoyed his family, ranching, and RVing with his wife in Arizona. Hunting and fishing were a favorite among his other outdoor activities.
He is survived by his wife Jean and four daughters; Billie Jean (Brant) Nelson, Hurricane; Judy (Charles) Bartlett, Smithfield; Linda (Keith) Nielsen, Myton; and Christine Brisbin of St. George; 15 grandchildren; 52 great-grandchildren; and one great-great-grandson. He is also survived by two brothers and four sisters; Mary Garlitz of Grants Pass, Ore.; Rex 
Brisbin of Santa Rosa, Calif.; Mabel Howes of Chugiak, Alaska; Ruth Becher of Dolores, Colo.; Bob Brisbin of Aguila, Ariz., and Harriet New of Lancaster, Calif.
Funeral services were held April 14 at the Bloomington Hills LDS 3rd Ward Chapel. 
Interment was in the Tonaquint Cemetery under the direction of Metcalf Mortuary.

Alan Hatch

Alan "Moose" Hatch, 68, passed away April 16, 2001 at his home in Vernal. He was born August 18, 1932 in Vernal, a son of Justice Valoy and Eva Afton Peters Hatch. He married his sweetheart Dora Campbell. 
He attended BYU and came home when his father died, to help out his mother and family. Moose served in the United States Army as an Electric CM Specialist and Staff Sergeant. He retired with an honorable discharge. 
Moose was a member of the Church of Jesus Christ Latter-day Saints. He enjoyed the outdoors and loved being with his family and friends. 
He is survived by his wife, Dora; son, Greg (Treasure) Hatch; daughter, Christine Schmidt; five grandchildren; and a brother, Russell B. Hatch. 
Funeral services will be held Friday, April 20, at 11 a.m. In the Vernal 6th Ward Chapel. Friends may call at Thomson-Blackburn Vernal Mortuary Thursday evening from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. and at the chapel one hour prior to the services. 
Burial will be in the Vernal Memorial Park under the direction of Thomson-Blackburn Vernal Mortuary. 

Hayden 'Bud' Harrison

Hayden Clement "Bud" Harrison, 78, passed away April 9, 2001 at his home in Lapoint, while working on his farm. He was born Sept. 8, 1922 in Lapoint, the second of 14 children of Jermiah and Elizabeth Nyberg Harrison. He married Marlene Bleazard (Coyle) on April 3, 1970 in Lapoint.
Bud attended school in Lapoint and graduated from Alterra High School. Bud was a lifelong farmer and rancher in Lapoint. He loved being out-of doors, camping, hunting, fishing and horseback riding. He had a cattle permit on Ashley Forest for many years. He was a member of the Uintah Basin Grazing Association ("The Dirty Dozen") landowners on Diamond Mountain. He served his country in the United States Army as a Seabee in the 865 Engineer AVN Battalion in the Philippine Islands from 1943 - 1946 during World War II. 
He loved to read and talk about the history of the Old West. He loved all children and enjoyed spoiling his grandchildren and taking them to feed cows. He enjoyed going to auctions and took the grandchildren whenever he could. Family reunions were extremely important to Bud. He took every opportunity to get together with his extended family. He was a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, where he enjoyed many callings including Elders Quorum Instructor and High Priest Assistant. He loved being a home teacher. 
He is survived by his wife, Marlene; children, Jerry Harrison; Pete (Christina) Harrison; Rachel (Joseph) bryson, all of Lapoint; Mark Coyle, Lewisville, Texas; John (Sharlene) Coyle, Salt Lake; Lorraine (George) Pritner, Lexington, Okla.; Frank (Mary) Coyle, Jensen; sister, Elizabeth Ann (Barry) Birchell, Ballard; two brothers, Murray Jeremiah (Betty) Harrison, Glendale, Ariz.; Clinton (Sherry) Harrison, Lapoint; eight grandchildren; and many nieces and nephews. 
He was preceded in death by his parents; brothers and sisters, John Carlon, Ferris J, Barbara, Noreen, Ward Peter, William, Betty Louise, Evan Dale Harrison, Ramona Hansen and Jeneal Hollady; and a very special double cousin, Reed Harrison. 
Funeral services were held Saturday, April 14, in the Lapoint Chapel with Bishop Allen Huber conducting. 
Clinton Harrison offered the family prayer with prelude and postlude music played by Lois Hartle. 
Barry Birchell gave the invocation. 
Speakers were Martin Huber and John Coyle. 
Kay Hunting, accompanied by Daun DeJournette, sang "Those Hands," and "How Great Thou Art;" Dorothy Luck, accompanied by Phyllis Oberhansley, sang "Land Beyond the Sun."
Ron Holladay gave the benediction and Murray Harrison dedicated the grave. 
Pallbearers were Pete Harrison, John Coyle, Ryan Coyle, Frank Coyle, Mark Coyle and Joseph Bryson Jr.
Interment was in the Lapoint Cemetery with military honors provided by the American Legion. Services were under the direction of the Thomson Blackburn Vernal Mortuary with compassionate services offered by the Lapoint Relief Society. 

Jane Clark

Jane Hodgkinson Clark, 55, died of cancer April 13, 2001 at her home. Jane was born Nov. 17, 1945 at her parent's home in Vernal. She was a daughter of Aubra and Paula Hodgkinson. She graduated from Uintah High School and LDS Business College. She worked as a bookkeeper for the Bank of Vernal for several years and also worked at the Vernal Drug. Jane married her sweetheart Tiny Max Clark on Oct. 11, 1968 in the Salt Lake Temple. They had four children, Lawrence J. (Jennifer) Clark; Max W. (Kate) Clark; David W. Clark; and Katie Jean Clark. She had two granddaughters and one grandson; five sisters and one brother, Jean (Ramond) Peterson, Vernal; Judy (George) Caracciolo, Simi Valley, Calif.; Janet (Bill) Adams, Camarillo, Calif.; Harmon S. (Jeanette) Hodgkinson, Vernal; Joycelyn (Dave) Martinez, Taylorsville; and JoLinda Pearson, Midvale. She is survived by her family and many sisters- and brothers-in-law; aunts, uncles; cousins, nieces and nephews. 
She was preceded in death by her father; mother; son, Max W. Clark. 
Jane was very active in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. She served an Indian mission in 1967-1968. She served as the Relief Society secretary, Primary teacher for many years, ward librarian, bulletin board specialist for the ward and primary and worked in the genealogical center in Tridell. Jane was always there with a cake or some other goodies for those in the ward and community who were celebrating a birthday or just to make someone's day brighter. Jane loved her family very much and was a devoted homemaker. She could make anything and shared her talents with many. She will be sorely missed by all who knew her. 
Funeral services will be held Wednesday, April 18, at 11 a.m. In the Lapoint Ward Chapel. Friends may call at the Chapel one hour prior to services. 
Burial will be in the Lapoint Cemetery under the direction of Thomson Blackburn Vernal Mortuary. 

Ed W. Oscarson 

Ed Walker Oscarson, 63, passed away April 17, 2000 at the Ashley Valley Medical Center, from a long battle with cancer. Ed was born in Lehi, on Sept. 21, 1936, a son of Edwin and LaPreal Walker Oscarson. He married Marilyn Beeler on June 6, 1960 in the Salt Lake LDS Temple.
Ed worked in many church positions, his favorite was young mens president. He owned and operated Ashley Valley Veterinarian Clinic. He worked with the Jr. Livestock program, was president of Utah Veterinarian Association, delegate to National AVMA, active member of Chamber of Commerce, served two terms on the Vernal school board, and a member of the Uintah Water Conservancy District. 
Ed loved his little niche of the world. His favorite pastimes were looking for wild horses, hunting, floating the Green River, boating on Flaming Gorge and spending time with his family at their cabin at Flaming Gorge. He is loved dearly by his family.
He is survived by his wife, Marilyn; daughters, Marilee (James) Reese, Orem; Melanie Trip, Salt Lake City; Cali (David) Wolf, Holladay; Susan (Kenneth) Vowles, Centerville; Shanece Oscarson, Vernal; son, Brian (Kellie) Oscarson, Farmington; 12 grandchildren; brother, John Oscarson, Pleasant Grove; sisters, Cheryl (Doug) Johnson, Pleasant Grove; Jeanne (Dave) Jeppson, Richland, Wash.; mother, LaPreal Oscarson, Pleasant Grove.
Ed was preceded in death by his father, Edwin Oscarson. 
Funeral services will be Friday, April 21, 2000 at 11 a.m. in the Vernal 9th LDS Ward Chapel. Friends may call Thursday, from 7 to 9 p.m. in the Thomson-Blackburn Vernal Mortuary and one hour prior to services at the church. 
Interment will be in the Maeser Fairview Cemetery under the direction of Thomson-Blackburn Vernal Mortuary. 
Ed was so grateful to The Huntsman Cancer Institute, Dr. Robert Stevenson, Dr. John Ward and Dr. Jim Allen.

Frances F. Gawrys

Frances Fortuna Gawrys, 90, passed away on April 12, 2000, following a long battle with cancer. 
Frances was born on August 22, 1909 in Auburn, N.H., to Franciszek Fortuna and Zofia Macek. She married John Gawrys, a Polish immigrant, on Nov. 13, 1926 in Lawrence, Mass. He preceded her in death in 1968. She was an active member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints which she joined in 1971. In 1984, she was sealed to her husband in the Washington, D.C. Temple.
Although possessing a high regard for education, she was denied the opportunity to attend high school in her youth, having to support herself from a very early age. As a result of being injured on the job, she returned to school and graduated with a high school diploma at the age of 49. She entered into nursing education, graduated as a certified LPN at the age of 54 at the top of her class, and continued to work in her profession until the age of 74, when she retired. She attended Essex Community College in Massachusetts on a part-time basis for several years. 
She is survived by her three sons; Joseph A. (Leigh), a retired attorney of Virginia Beach, Va.; Edward A. (Sylvia), a retired telephone company supervisor of Hernando, Fla.; and John Jr. (Gail), Superintendent of Schools in Vernal; three half-sisters, Katherine Gunther, Northridge, Calif.; Josephine Levesque, Hyde Park, Mass.; and Aniela (John) Dziedzic, Newmarket, N.H.; one half-brother, Theodore (Joan) Fortuna, Chesapeake, Va.; 17 grandchildren; 29 great-grandchildren; and two great-great-grandchildren. 
The family wishes to extend a special thanks to the staffs of Applegate Home Health Care and the Uintah Care Center of Vernal for their tender, loving care of our beloved mother and grandmother.
Funeral services were held Saturday, April 15, in the Glines 3rd LDS Ward Chapel with Bishop Michael Schaefermeyer conducting. 
Alicia Gawrys Johnson (granddaughter) offered the family prayer with prelude and postlude music played by Mary Schaefermeyer. 
Brian Stearmer (grandson-in-law) gave the invocation. 
Speakers were Ray Spendlove (home teacher), Steven P. Gawrys, (grandson) and Jeffery D. Gawrys, (grandson.)
The congregation sang the opening hymn, "O My Father;" the Glines 3rd Ward Chorus sang, "Jesus, Lover of My Soul," and "Each Life That Touches Ours For Good."
John Busch gave the benediction and John Gawrys Jr., (son) dedicated the grave. 
Pallbearers were Scott Ruppe, John Nielson, Robert Stearmer, William Phillips, William Murphy and Clair Haslem. 
Interment was in the Alpine Cemetery under the direction of Thomson-Blackburn Vernal Mortuary with compassionate services offered by the Glines 3rd Ward Relief Society.

Bernice Arnett

Funeral services were held Tuesday, April 11, 2000 for Bernice Arnett, 94, who passed away quietly at her home in Clifton, Colo.
She was born Jan. 20, 1906 to Thomas J. and Elizabeth Mead in Mooreland, Okla.
Bernice is survived by one daughter, Sharon Bedell, Jensen; one son, Ronald Arnett, Clifton; three grandsons, Chad Bedell, Clark, Colo.; Travis Bedell, Ft. Lupton, Col., and Charles Arnett, Clifton.
Bernice spent most of her life teaching school and with her hobbies of raising african violets, crocheting, cooking and being "Grandma" to many who knew her.

Fran Peterson

Funeral services for Fran D. Peterson, born March 9, 1935 and died April 5, 2000, were held Saturday, April 8, 2000 in the Jensen Ward Chapel with Bishop H.A. Warren conducting.
Grant Ainge offered the family prayer with prelude and postlude played by Annette Freston. 
Floyd Holfeltz gave the invocation. 
Fran's granddaughters, accompanied by Cindy Ruppe, sang "The Dearest Names:" Ann Crow, daughter, read a poem, "My Father's Eyes;" Lyle Harlow sang "These Hands;" and the congregation, accompanied by Annette Freston, sang "God Be With You 'Til We Meet Again."
Marlin Moon gave the benediction and Stanley Bryce Peterson, dedicated the grave.
Pallbearers were Stanley Bryce Peterson, Marv De Peterson, Wilbert James Woody, Mikell Burch Peterson, Eugene James Woody and Tim C. Crow. 
Honorary pallbearers were son-in-laws, Timothy M. Webster, Richard A. Deegan, and grandsons and great-grandsons.
Interment was in the Jensen Cemetery under the direction of Thomson-Blackburn Vernal Mortuary with compassionate services offered by the Jensen Ward Relief Society.
Funeral services were held Tuesday, April 11, 2000 for Bernice Arnett, 94, who passed away quietly at her home in Clifton, Colo.
She was born Jan. 20, 1906 to Thomas J. and Elizabeth Mead in Mooreland, Okla.
Bernice is survived by one daughter, Sharon Bedell, Jensen; one son, Ronald Arnett, Clifton; three grandsons, Chad Bedell, Clark, Colo.; Travis Bedell, Ft. Lupton, Col., and Charles Arnett, Clifton.
Bernice spent most of her life teaching school and with her hobbies of raising african violets, crocheting, cooking and being "Grandma" to many who knew her.

Marguerite McFarlane

Funeral services for Marguerite McFarlane, born Oct. 20, 1915 and died April 4, 2000, were held Saturday, April 8, 2000 in the Naples Ward Chapel with Bishop David Christensen conducting. 
Ken Hadlock (friend) offered the family prayer with prelude and postlude music played by Kay Hunting.
Bishop Christensen welcomed family and friends, Fritz Ross gave the invocation, and Beverly Peterson offered the eulogy. 
Kay Hunting and Enola Hall, accompanied by Laura Hacking, sang "Wonderful Mother of Mine," "Somewhere My Love," and "Beautiful Land" and "Love One Another."
Speaker was Bishop Lorin Merrell with closing remarks offered by Bishop Christensen. 
Jim Rhoades gave the benediction and Russell Seager (great-grandson), dedicated the grave. 
Pallbearers were Scott Dimick, Dean Dimick, Jim Rhoades, Gary Dimick, Fritz Ross and Russell Seager. 
Honorary pallbearers were Ken Hadlock, Robert Lubbers, Nathan LaBruzza, Lyle Peterson, Reggie Rhoades and Alex Dimick.
Interment was in the Vernal Memorial Park under the direction of Thomson-Blackburn Vernal Mortuary with compassionate services offered by the Naples 2nd Ward Relief Society.

Betty Sharp

Funeral services for Betty Louisa Jex Sharp, born August 13, 1924 and died April 10, 2000, were held Saturday, April 15, in the Jensen LDS Ward Chapel with Bishop Auer Warren officiating.
Gregg Sharp offered the family prayer with prelude and postlude music played by Marilyn Sharp. 
Byron Tolman gave the invocation, Bishop Warren offered remarks and Scott Sharp gave the eulogy.
Speakers were Peggy Tolman and Paulene Merrell. 
The congregation sang "Because I Have Been Given Much;" her sons, accompanied by Kaye Sharp, sang "O My Father;" Randal Sharp, also accompanied by Kaye Sharp, sang "I Believe In Christ;" and grandchildren sang "Families Can Be Together Forever."
Lynn Merrell gave the benediction and Lee Sharp dedicated the grave.
Pallbearers were Betty's granddaughters. 
Interment was in the Jensen Cemetery under the direction of Hullinger-Jolley Funeral Home with compassionate services offered by the Jensen Ward Relief Society.

Patty Lou Atwood Limb

Patty Lou Atwood Limb, 61, of Kearns, passed away March 31, 2002 peacefully in her home.
She was born to Basil Atwood and Gladys Ova Anderson on Oct. 3, 1940 in Roosevelt. She married Harold Barker and later divorced, and later married Richard Limb and later divorced. She was an active member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. She was a loving mother to one daughter, and a loving grandmother to two grandchildren.
She is survived by her father, Basil Atwood of Murray; daughter, Tammy and son-in-law Troy Bodily and two grandchildren, Michael and Nichole of Kearns; Norma Marsden, sister, of Kearns; Lial and LaVeigh Atwood, brother and sister-in-law of Paradise. She was proceeded in death by her mother Gladys, five months earlier.

Kenna Sue McMickell

Kenna Sue McMickell, age 66, passed away peacefully in her home after a lengthy illness, on April 29, 2002. Kenna Sue was born April 9, 1936 to James Edwin and Marell Nelson Oaks. She married Virgil Lynn McMickell, of Vernal, Dec. 17, 1951. Kenna Sue was a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
Kenna Sue enjoyed fishing, hunting, camping, crocheting and arrow head hunting. She loved being with her children and grandchildren. Kenna always loved playing games with her friends and family. 
She is survived; by her loving husband, Virgil Lynn McMickell; children, Paula Sue Walker, Randy (Debbie) McMickell, Tami (Bruce) Chandler, all of Lyman, Wyo. and Rena Dawn Lopez of Vernal; mother, Marell Oaks also of Vernal; 13 grandchildren; seven great-grandchildren; many nieces, nephews and cousins.

Elizabeth Brinkerhoff Esplin

Elizabeth Brinkerhoff Esplin, beloved mother, grandmother, teacher and friend, passed away April 27, 2002 at the age of 83 having fought the good fight and made a positive difference. Born May 23, 1918, in Glendale, the eighth of 14 children to Alonzo Riley and Louisa Anderson Brinkerhoff. Married James Stolworthy Esplin, May 19, 1944 in the St. George LDS Temple. He passed away Feb. 1, 1992.
A faithful member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, she was an accomplished pianist, and outstanding educator. She served a mission in the southern states (1939-41), and labored with love and diligence in every church and civic calling extended to her. Selected Teacher of the Year, Duchesne County School District (1983). A gifted musician, she and her spouse played together in a dance band for more than 50 years. Elizabeth loved music and through it uplifted and brought joy to thousands of people, especially those fortunate enough to call mother and teacher.
Elizabeth is survived by her eight children: James (Tammie) Esplin, Lapoint; Rendal (Jolene) Esplin, Henderson, Nev.; Janae (Grieg) Morrison, Heber City; Reed (Paula) Esplin, Spanish Fork; Velene (Brian) Allen, Salt Lake City; Delane (Merrilee) Esplin, Mt. Green; Jerri (Mark) Miller, Salt Lake City; Vermon (Cara-Lee) Esplin, Mt. Green; 37 grandchildren and 10 great-grandchildren; a brother, William (Shirley) Brinkerhoff, Glendale; and two sisters Bernice Malan and Verla (Keith) Iverson, both of St. George.

Cecil Ronald Schriver

Cecil Ronald Schriver, 67 passed away in Las Vegas, Nev July 16, 2002. He was born March 1, 1935 in Cumberland, Md.
He married Mary Ann Bellucci in 1959. They had five children. She preceded him in death in 1989. He later married Fanny De La Pava.
He is survived by his wife, Fanny, Vernal; children, Anthony (Elaine) Schriver, New Castle, Theresa (John) Bruch, Cottonwood, Ariz., Tina (Mark) Francisco, Vernal, Tim (Martha) Schriver, Las Vegas, Nev., Joseph Schriver, Wickenburg, Ariz.; and 14 grandchildren.

Max Mitchell

Max E. Mitchell, age 53, formerly of Roosevelt, passed away July 14, 2002, in Salt Lake City.
He was born Oct. 19, 1948 in Roosevelt, to Victor and Jean McClure Mitchell.
Max was a veteran of the Vietnam War. He enjoyed working on cars, engines and painting vehicles.


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