It seems like yesterday that we worked shoulder to shoulder for hours at a time with these people. If you know of an obit not listed for a ZLC alumni, please send it to me for posting. If you see an obituary without a photograph, and you have one for that individual, please send it for inclusion.
Charles Gustin Hibbard March 6, 2018
Richard Franklin Daly, December 18, 2017
Roy Platt Howard, November 7, 2017
George Walker Kirkpatrick, October 22, 2017
William Stewart Glenn, October 26, 2017
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Glen Michie Allen
ST. GEORGE, Utah--Glen Michie Allen, a man of integrity and honesty, passed away June 7, 1999 in St. George, Utah, after a valiant battle with lymphoma. He was 79. Born August 31, 1919 in Tabiona, Utah, Glen was the second son of Robert Ernest and Genevieve Michie Allen. He was educated at Brigham Young University, Provo High School, Farrer Jr. High, and Brigham Young Academy, and joined the U.S. Air Force in August, 1941.A B-26 Marauder bomber pilot in World War II, Glen served in England and France with the Ninth Air Force, eventually achieving the rank of Major. As a pilot, he was awarded both the Presidential Citation and The Distinguished Flying Cross; the two highest honors given. He flew a total of 65 bombing missions, often leading box formations. Glen was employed for 27 years by the Federal Aviation Agency as an air traffic controller, supervisor, and administrator at the Salt Lake City Airport. He retired in 1974. He married Helen Ward in Stockton, California March 17, 1942. She died August 27, 1982. Glen is survived by their children Anita (Robert) Snyder, Janet (Jeff) Cannon, Mary Allen (John Toner), Rick Allen, and seven grandchildren. Glen married Norma Jean Crookston Benson September 26, 1987. They made their home in St. George, Utah. Glen is survived by his wife and her children, Jeanine Wiebe, Holly (Kent) Tarbert, James (Elda) Benson, Clint (Wylene) Benson, and 10 grandchildren, two great-grandchildren. Glen was an active member of the LDS Church, serving as Executive Secretary to three different bishops in the Quail Valley area.There will be a graveside service at Provo City Cemetery Wednesday, June 9, 1999 at 1 p.m. A memorial service in Glen's honor will be Saturday, June 12, 1999 at 1 p.m. at the Morningside Stake Center, 881 South River Road, St. George. In lieu of flowers, the family suggests a donation in Glen's name to the American Cancer Society, 592 North Mall Drive, St. George, Utah 84790 or the Dixie Humane Society, 222 South Main, Washington, Utah 84780.
Lowell Francis Babcock 1924 ~ 2003
Lowell Francis Babcock Age 79, a 25-year resident of Buckley, died December 28, 2003. He was born Feb. 29, 1924 in Myton, Utah to Lionel and Olga (Brown) Babcock. He graduated from Roosevelt High school in Roosevelt, Utah in 1942. He served in the Army Air Corps during World War II, piloting B17 and B24 bombers. He received his college degree from Utah State University. Lowell married Helen Weir on Dec. 29, 1960 in Salt Lake City. He worked as an air traffic controller for 22 years and a quality control inspector in aerospace manufacturing for eight years. Lowell loved flying and airplanes and enjoyed following football. Survived by his wife Helen; children David Anthony Babcock, Puyallup; Allison Jacqueline Crandall, LaGrande, OR; Leanna Kimberly Bennett, Everett; Arlin John Babcock, Tacoma; sisters Nina Armstrong, Honolulu, HI; Robin Rasmussen, Las Vegas, NV; nine grandchildren. Viewing will be held Thurs., 5-7 p.m., and Friday, 9 a.m., followed by a funeral service at 10 a.m. Viewing and services will be held at The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 1316 Ryan Road, Buckley. Interment to follow at Tahoma National Cemetery, Kent. Arrangements by Funeral Alternatives of Washington, Sumner, (253) 863-2800
Rex Ballew July 1, 1925 - October 17, 1996
Rex Ballew died peacefully at Kelsy Creek facility in Bellevue on Thursday, Oct. 17, 1996. He was the second child of John Millard BALLEW and Georgia Marie (GREENROD) BALLEW and was born in Mount Ayr, Iowa on July 1, 1925. Living with his family in St. Joseph, MO and graduating from Lafayette High School Class of 1943. He entered active service in the United State Navy July 23, 1943 serving in the Pacific Theater as Aviation Radioman Second Class and leaving service on Oct. 1945, but serving in reserves for several years. Rex received the Distinguished Flying Cross, Air Medal and Gold Star and was attached to the Composite Squadron Ninety Six in the Ryukyu Islands during the last months of WWII. Returning to civilian life, he worked for Southwestern Bell Telco for three years before joining the United States Coast Guard in Aug. 1949, as Electrician's Mate Telephone Second Class based at Port Angels and being discharged in Oct. 1952. Rex had a long and successful career with the CAA which later became the Federal Aviation Administration in 1958. He was an Air Traffic Controller and Communications Specialist. He began service in Nome, Alaska in 1952 and worked at several outlined sites, then moving to Fairbanks in 1955 where he met and married Lois Weber, his wife of 39 years. Rex worked at several locations, Spokane, San Diego, Anchorage, Kansas City, Seattle, Salt Lake, Las Vegas and back to Seattle ARTCC in 1969. When computer automation systems became a reality, Rex specialized in this field as a data Systems programmer. He served in the Auburn Center and at other sites for 10 years until his retirement in Aug. 1980 as Automation Specialist. Later he worked for contractors after his retirement from the FAA. In early 1978 Rex was a member of a team of FAA experts sent to Tehran, Iran. The Team's mission was to help the government design and upgrade the air traffic control system in that country. It was meant to be a long term project, but the revolution intervened. By the end of 1978 most of the team members had departed for calmer shores. Rex lived in Puyallup for 27 years and is survived by his wife Lois, sister Rose Marie (BALLEW) ASHLEY-HILLYARD of St. Joseph, MO, brother Ronald J. BALLEW of Long Beach, CA and nieces Kelly ASHLEY-BARBER of St. Joseph, MO and a grand-niece and grand-nephew. His parents preceded him in death. Rex was an avid reader and was interested in many subjects. He had a wry sense of humor, was interesting to talk with, and very perceptive. He will be missed by all who knew him. Cremation was arranged through the People's Memorial Assn. at Bleitz Funeral Home in Seattle. No services were held in compliance with his wishes. Remembrances may be made to Diabetes Assn. of Pierce Co.
James L. Beall 1942-2013
James L Beall, 70, formerly of Greensboro, Pa., passed away peacefully in his home on Thursday, May 9, 2013 after a long and valiant battle with pancreatic cancer with his daughter, Christina, by his side. He was born on August 24, 1942 in Waynesburg, Pa., a son of the late Max and Agnes (Zabroski) Beall. Mr. Beall at-tended Mapletown High School and Waynesburg College and served with the U. S. Army from 1960 to 1962. He met the one love of his life, Marita Regrut, and they wed on August 17, 1968. Together, the couple raised two children. Mr. Beall worked for the Federal Aviation Administration for over 35 years. He began his career as an air traffic controller, became a supervisor, then a district manager and finally, a special assistant to the director of the F.A.A. in Washington, D. C. After his retirement, Mr. Beall continued to work part-time as an aviation consultant in a variety of countries. The most memorable consulting job was in Luanda, Africa. During his lifetime, Mr. Beall was an avid pilot, runner, golfer, skier, reader, car mechanic, grill and BBQ master and overall "jack of all trades". He could fix and do just about everything. Mr. Beall was a loyal husband, father, grandfather and had a multitude of dear friends scattered throughout the United States. He was always up for an adventure and loved nothing more than to enjoy time with his family and friends. It is all "pars and birdies" from here on out Jim...You will be missed. Mr. Beall is survived by his wife of 44 years, Marita R. Beall; his daughter, Christina Sullivan and her husband, Bob; his granddaughter, Sammy, who was the apple of his eye; two brothers Charles Beall and John Beall and many cousins, nieces and nephews. In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by his son, Gregory James Beall. The family extends their thanks to the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center and especially, Dr. Hughes. Family and friends are welcome from 6 to 8 P.M. on Friday, May 17, 2013 in the Yoskovich Funeral Home, Carmichaels, Pa.V
Larry George Berry
December 21, 1934 ~ September 24, 2017
A very beloved husband, father and grandfather, Larry George Berry, of Surprise, AZ, passed away Sunday, September 24, 2017, due to complications from pancreatic cancer. He was only 82 years old. Larry is survived by his true love and wife of 50 years, Diane M. Berry; and his four children: Sheila (Chris) Derrick, Sean (Tracy) Hansen, Bret Berry and Erin Anderson. Papa will also be very much missed by his four grandchildren: Chelise Mitchell, Tiffani (Chris) Albers, Dakota Anderson and Brooklyn Anderson; and three great-grandchildren. Larry was born in Tucson, AZ, on December 21, 1934, to Ken and Opal Berry. He grew up with his two younger sisters (Pat and Peggy) and helped take care of them and his mother from the time he was nine years old. He attended Weber High School in Ogden, UT, then graduated high school in Evanston, WY. He continued his education at Westminster College in Salt Lake City, UT, where he earned two Bachelor of Science degrees. Larry served in the Air Force for three years in Japan, and one year in Mountain Home, ID. He earned numerous awards and medals for various accomplishments in the Air Force, including saving the lives of aviators as an ATC Operator. He went on to work for the FAA in Air Traffic Control and earned numerous awards and commendations for exemplary service and multiple saves, (saving the lives of both pilots and civilians). He worked at SLC International Airport and Hill AFB RAPCON. He retired after 33 years service (seven as an Air Traffic Controller, and the remainder in management). For the past several years, on any given Sunday and Wednesday, you could find Larry at the Ben Avery Shooting Facility enjoying one of his favorite hobbies and shooting with friends. He was a lifetime proud member of the NRA. In earlier years, he also really enjoyed fishing and taught all his children how to fly fish like a pro. He also enjoyed pheasant hunting and often took his two boys, waking them up early to go by flipping on their light and saying, "Up like a bird!" There are so many things to write about this amazing man and not nearly enough room or time. Dad was extremely intelligent, generous, kind, had a great sense of humor and dearly loved his family. He is greatly missed already and we love him eternally. There will be no services, at his request. Condolences can be sent through Camino Del Sol Mortuary in Surprise, AZ
Wallace T. Bertram
Wallace Thurman Bertram, age 48, died March 7, 1983. Born August 20, 1934 in Evanston, WY to Murn and Novella Martha Haws Bertram. Married Eleanor Ann Thompson March 17, 1955 in Salt Lake City; later divorced. Married Shirley Marie Buzzel, May, 1976, later divorced. Served in the Air Force 1953-1957. Was an Air Traffic Controller for 25 years with the FAA. Training instructor for the past two years. Survivors: Son, daughter, Mrs. Linda K. Shepherd and Brian Wallace, both Salt Lake City; one grandchild; Mother, Mrs. Novella H. Perry and stepfather, Ivan L. Perry, both Salt Lake City; sister, Mrs. Myrna Peterson, Provo. Funeral services Thursday 12:00 Noon McDougal Funeral Home, 4330 South Redwood, where friends may call Wednesday 6-8 p.m. and Thursday one hour prior to services. Internment: Redwood Memorial Estates.
Joel Leslie Biehn
Joel Leslie Biehn, age 34, died August 22, 1984 in Centerville, Utah as a result of a motorcycle accident. He was born August 23, 1949, at Fort Benning, Georgia, son of Carl Morton and Maxie Neilson Biehn. He married Sandra Edmund, June 16, 1972 in the Salt Lake LDS Temple. He was an avid duck hunter and water skier and musician. He loved the outdoors and antique cars. He had his private pilot’s license and was an air traffic controller for 6 years. He is survived by his wife, three daughters, Jenifer, Mandi and Ashley, all of Farmington; parents; grandparents, Margaret Neilson, Salt Lake City; Mr. and Mrs. L.R. Biehn Biehn, Rogue River, Oregon; brothers, Carl M. Jr., Bountiful; Gary R., West Bountiful; Ted M., West Bountiful; Russ L., Farmington; Max K., Kaysville and Scott L. of Bountiful. Also surviving are his mother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Edmund, Kaysville; nieces and nephews; sisters-in-law and brothers-in-law. Funeral services were held Friday, August 25, in the Farmington Stake Center. Interment was in the Farmington City Cemetery under the direction of Russon Brothers Bountiful Mortuary.
Chad Len Blondefield
Chad Len Blondefield, age 41, passed away Sept. 10, 2001 in South Jordan, Utah. Born December 4, 1959 in Casper Wyoming to Richard Wayne Blondefield and Gertrude V. Rupert. He served in the US Air Force. He worked as a FAA Air Route Traffic Controller for the Salt Lake Center. He is survived by his father Richard, step-mother, Dorethea E., of Surprise, AZ. Sister Rowena G. Arensman of Salina, KS. And half brother, Thad Blondefield of Kansas City, MO. He was preceded in death by his mother, Gertrude. Memorial services will be held Monday, Sept. 17, 2001 11a.m. at the Jenkins-Soffe Mortuary, 4760 South. State, Murray
Ray L. Boman 8/22/1921~9/18/2005
Ray LaMarr Boman, our beloved husband, father, grandfather and brother passed away peacefully Sunday. Surrounded by his family he left this life to begin another mission for the Lord. He died from injuries sustained after a fall from a ladder on Wednesday evening. Ray was born August 22, 1921 in Lewiston, Utah to Golden and Pheobe Boman. He has five brothers (Alva, Don, Lael, Asel, Ted) and two sisters (Connie Morrison, Mary Downs). In August of 1944, he married his sweetheart, Joye Bambrough, in the Salt Lake Temple. After graduating from North Cache High School in 1939, he enlisted in the Naval Aviation Cadet Program and was commissioned as a Navy Fighter Pilot. During World War II he served his country in the South Pacific. In 1950 he received a degree in Aeronautics from Utah State University and spent the next 33 years as a FAA air traffic controller. He and Joye visited 64 temples across the world. As part of his travels he has snow skied the slopes of Utah, water-skied at Lake Powell, and fished at Yellowstone. He has snorkeled on the Great Barrier Reef, walked on the Great Wall of China, hiked the glaciers of Alaska, marveled at the Andes Mountains in Chile, participated in an African Safari, and traveled 49 states in the motor home. Ray has been valiant in his church callings, especially his seventeen years in Scouting where he received Scouting's highest honor, The Silver Beaver. He served in three bishoprics, was a Bountiful Temple ordinance worker, and was currently serving as the ward mission leader. He and Joye served full time in the Micronesia, Guam Mission and the Orlando, Florida Mission. He was known for his leadership in the Exchange Club and was responsible for displaying and honoring the American Flag. He is credited for installing many Freedom Shrines which contain our nations founding documents in local schools. He has been actively involved in the WIT Club. His greatest joy and blessing has been his four children: Brenda Carter (Paul) Aurora, CO., Bradley Boman (MaryAnn) Pasadena, CA, Al Boman (Debbie) Bountiful, UT, and JoLene Bunnell (Brent), Lindon, UT., and his thirteen grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. Funeral services will be Thursday, September 22, 2005 at 11:00 a.m. at the Mueller Park 3rd Ward chapel, 1825 S 850 E in Bountiful. Friends and family may call Wednesday evening from 5:30-7:30 p.m. at Russon Brothers Mortuary at 295 N Main, Bountiful and Thursday morning from 9:45 - 10:45 a.m. at the church prior to services. Interment-Lakeview Cemetery. Online guest book at www.russonmortuary.com. In lieu of flowers, please send donations to the Exchange Club of Bountiful at 768 South 750 East, Bountiful, Utah 84010.
Blaine Bowden 1928 ~ 2012
On November 10, 2012, Blaine Bowden left this earth in a blink of an eye, and was in heaven! We will miss our special husband, padaddy, grandpa, pa, uncle, brother, and friend. What rejoicing there must have been when dad reunited with his son Chuck! Blaine was born September 26, 1928, to Charles Alfred and Lora Orchard Bowden. He lived most of his life in Salt Lake City. After graduating from Granite High School, he joined the Navy in September of 1946. He participated in three expeditions of the Arctic regions and completed Aerial Photographic School in Pensacola, Florida. He was a part of numerous aerial photo mapping surveys. Dad traveled to Alaska, Central and South America, and other locations around the U.S. Dad married our mom, Angela Paez on August 24, 1950 in Elko, Nevada. Together they raised 2 sons and 3 daughters. They traveled to Europe, Hawaii, and Alaska with smaller trips in between. They were married 62 years. Blaine retired from the U.S. Government in 1975, where he worked as an Air Traffic Controller. He graduated from Westminster College in 1978, with a BA in Psychology. Dad coached his sons baseball teams and led them to the championship game 2 years in a row. They were major highlights in his life. Dad loved his family, speaking Spanish, golfing, coffee, McDonald milk shakes, and watching the Utes! He leaves behind his precious wife, our mom, Angie. He also leaves behind children, Larry Bowden (Margo), Lauren Manzanares (Claude), Farah Benevento (Bryon), Dyana Bassett (Jay); grandchildren, Deena Manzanares Evanoff (Dave), Lacey Bowden, Shannon Bowden, Griffin Murray, Ondrea Benevento, Lili Benevento and Jude Benevento; and brother, Garth Bowden. He is preceded in death by his parents; brother, Wally Bowden; sister, Pauline Cowling; and eldest son, Charles Bowden. A special thank you to the Leeds Area Special Services District, and also to Pastor Tim Miles for his love and prayers. We Love You PA, till the end of the numbers! Funeral services will be held Saturday, November 17, 2012, at 11:00 am at the Spilsbury Hurricane Valley Mortuary, 25 N. 2000 W., Hurricane, UT. There will be a viewing one hour prior to services. Interment will take place in the Leeds City Cemetery. Arrangements are made under the direction of Spilsbury Hurricane Valley Mortuary, (435) 635-2212.
Roy Lester Bray June 15, 1937 ~ January 27, 2013
CLEARFIELD – Roy Lester Bray Sr., 75, passed away Sunday, January 27, 2013 at his home. He was born June 15, 1937 in Tacoma, Washington the son of Jesse and Doris Gaskill Bray. Roy married Martha E. Butler on June 17, 1961 in Texas. He served in the United States Air Force. Roy was a member of the 1st Baptist Church of Roy and served as a Deacon and music leader. He enjoyed camping, fishing, hunting, hiking and wood working. Surviving are his wife Marty, two sons, Les (Lilia) Bray, Ogden; Gordon Bray, Clearfield; two daughters, Patty (Lee) MacPeek, Clearfield; Dorothy (Cal) Christensen, Clinton; eight grandchildren, five great-grandchildren, and sister, Julia Haugen, WA. Preceded in death by his parents and grandson John. Funeral services will be held Saturday, February 2, 2013 at 11 a.m. at the 1st Baptist Church of Roy, 2025 W. 5700 So., Roy. Friends may visit family Friday from 6 to 8 p.m. and Saturday from 9:45 to 10:45 a.m. at the church. Interment, Lindquist’s Memorial Park at Layton, 1867 No. Fairfield Road. Services entrusted to Lindquist’s Layton Mortuary
George Alden Brinton80,
passed away peacefully February 23, 1998
Born December 11, 1917 in Salt Lake City, to Hyrum Alden Brinton and Edna Elizabeth Cardwell. Due to the early passing of his father, he was raised by a devoted stepfather, Parley Mantle and was known as George Mantle by friends and family until graduating from South High.George fulfilled an LDS Mission to Argentina in 1938, which was a highlight of his life. He was a 1st Lt. in the USAF during World War II and flew on several historic bombing missions. He received the Distinguished Flying Cross, the Air Medal, and others. His interest in aviation continued for 30 years with the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), where he worked as an air traffic controller and later as a military liaison. Married Louise Helmken Reymann, June 6, 1945 in the Salt Lake LDS Temple. He was extremely devoted to his wife of 44 years until her passing in January, 1998. He missed her dearly. Now they're together again. He was a High Priest in the LDS Church. Callings included: scoutmaster, bishopric, high priest group leader, extractor, temple worker and 4th of July breakfast director. His cheerful supportive nature touched many lives. He will be missed by all who knew him - especially his grateful sons and daughters. Thanks for always being there. Dad! Survived by brother, Ray (Donna) Mantle; seven children, Herbert G. (Nancy) Brinton, Ted R. (Jana) Brinton, David A. (Jeri) Brinton, Richard A. (Natalie) Brinton, Mary (Fred) Tuttle, Carol (Steve) Persch, Barbara (Kirk) Lund; 34 grandchildren; seven great-grandchildren. Preceded in death by wife, Louise R. Brinton, brother, Kenny Mantle, sisters, Dorothy (Jack) McDonald, Alice (Duke) Hibbert and two grandchildren, Stephen and Barbara Brinton. Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m., Thursday, February 26, 1998 in the Monument Park 10th Ward Chapel, 1930 South 2100 East. Friends may call on Wednesday evening from 6-8 p.m. at the Wasatch Lawn Mortuary, 3401 South Highland Drive and at the ward on Thursday from 9:45-10:45 a.m. prior to services. Interment, Wasatch Lawn Memorial Park.
Paul Brophy 3/3/1944 ~ 3/27/2009
My Report "Already it is time to depart, for me to die, for you to go on living. Which of us takes the better course, is not known to anyone but God." (Socrates) Father, I have returned to report a most fabulous trip. Nothing has brought me more joy than my stay on Earth. The family I shared and the people I met while there brought me my greatest happiness. I met, married and shared my life with a most wonderful girl, Sherry Stewart Brophy. She was my greatest source of joy, strength and love while there and I can only hope that we will be united together once again forever. We were blessed to have shared with you six great and noble spirits as our children on Earth. They were indeed valiant servants and loving children that brought us much happiness. They were our greatest creations and our most valued possessions. When Kelli, Landon, Jason, Sean, Chad and Erin return, you will see how they have grown while away on their trip. I will be so glad to see them, their eternal companions and their special children. You know, grandchildren are one of your greatest creations you blessed us with during our stay. I am so grateful to you for your gift to us of eternal families. (John 14:2) While there I tried to serve You, my family, my church, my country, and my fellowman the best I could. I was blessed to be a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and to have had the Priesthood in my life while there. I have a strong testimony of You, Your son Jesus Christ, His sacrifice on our behalf, the Holy Ghost and I will continue to serve in any way I can. I only hope you are pleased with my return. Paul is survived by his wife of 45 years, Sherry Brophy of Layton; six children, Kelli (Brad) Lee, West Point; Landon (Melinda) Brophy, Syracuse; Jason (Kristin) Brophy, Clinton; Sean (Heidi) Brophy, Syracuse; Chad (Julie) Brophy, Layton; and Erin (Matt) Smith, South Weber; 20 grandchildren; and brothers, Russ (Linda), Draper; Edward, Woods Cross; and Stephen, Reno. NV. He was preceded in death by his father Edward Brophy and his mother Dorothy Corbit Brophy. A viewing will be held Tuesday, March 31, 2009 from 6 to 8 p.m. at the Lindquist's Layton Mortuary, 1867 N. Fairfield Rd. Funeral services will be held Wednesday, April 1, at 2 p.m. at the Layton Heritage Ward, 725 S. 200 E., Layton with a viewing from 12:30 to 1:30 p.m. Interment, Lindquist Memorial Park at Layton, 1867 N. Fairfield Rd., where military honors will be accorded.
Milton Lee "Lee" Brown 1935 - 2014
Lee Brown, 78, of Longmont, died February 21, 2014 at Longmont United Hospital surrounded by his loving family. Lee was born on November 16, 1935 in Salt Lake City, Utah to the late Milton A. and Mary (Tuttle) Brown. While attending Jordan High School he joined the Utah Air National Guard. In 1957 he started working full-time for the Guard, where he worked for many years as a flight engineer, traveling all around the world. In 1971 Lee became an air traffic controller with the FAA. He continued as a part-time member of the guard and retired after 26 years of service. He and his family relocated to Longmont in 1986 when he was promoted to a supervisor in the FAA. On June 27, 1955 Lee married Gerilyn Brady in the Salt Lake Temple. Together they raised six beautiful children. He was a loving, devoted husband, father, and grandfather, always putting the needs of others before his own. He loved the outdoors: hunting, fishing, camping, hiking, and shared this love with his family. Lee was a faithful member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. He served in many callings, all of which he loved, including: ward clerk, stake mission leader, member of 3 bishoprics, member of 2 High Councils, temple worker, and Patriarch of the Longmont Colorado Stake. Lee is survived by his wife Gerilyn, and children Laura (David) Anjewierden of Sandy, Utah, Daron Brown of Lynnwood, Washington, LeAnn (Jeb) Dewey of Sandy, Utah, Jennifer (Dave) Moore of Boise, Idaho, Angie (Mike) Reed of Thornton, Colorado, and Alan (Shannon) Brown of Provo, Utah. He is also survived by twenty-five grandchildren, six great-grandchildren, and by his brothers Ronnie and Merrill (Coleen), and sisters, Judy (Dave) Forsyth, and Shirley. He was preceded in death by his parents, and by his siblings, Marilyn, Kathy Reams, and Chad. Visitation will be held on Friday, February 28, 2014 from 6:00-8:00 p.m., and Saturday, March 1, 2014 from 10:00-10:45 a.m., followed by a funeral service at 11:00 a.m., all at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Longmont Stake Center, 1721 Red Cloud Drive, Longmont, CO 80504. Burial will be held at the Murray City Cemetery in Murray, Utah. Please visit www.howemortuary.com to share thoughts, memories, and condolences with the family.
Richard Leo "Dick" Brown 1937 ~ 2016
St. George, Utah - Richard Leo "Dick" Brown passed away May 27, 2016. He was born February 24, 1937 in Salt Lake City, Utah to Walter Leo and Gwen Bridge Brown. After graduating from South High School, Dick joined the U.S. Air Force where he was stationed in Chicksands, England. Dick worked for the FAA as an Air Traffic Controller until his retirement. He is survived by his wife, Mary; children: Stephen (Loretta) Brown, Debra (Michael) Tracy, Julie (Scott) Johnson, and Lynnette Chapple (Justin Iverson); 12 grandchildren; 9 great-grandchildren; brother, Dennis (Jeannie) Brown; and sister, Linda (Paul) Pearson. At Dick's request there will be no services. Arrangements entrusted to the care of Metcalf Mortuary, 435-673-4221. For condolences, and funeral listings please visit our website www.metcalfmortuary.com.
Glen Joseph Carter 10/22/31 ~ 12/18/04
Glen Joseph Carter passed away December 18, 2004. He was born October 22, 1931 to Verenus Joseph Carter and Jessie Ellen Welsh. He married Emily "Tiny" Virginia Potter July 20, 1956. They had four children and were later divorced. Glen learned to fly at the family airport and carried his love of aviation into a long career as an Air Traffic Controller. Later, he worked for the Salt Lake City Police. Glen was a talented singer, guitarist, and banjo player. He is survived by his children and grandchildren, Jeff (Karen) Carter and children, Stephanie, Danielle, Christine, Benton, and Alyson; Tina (Bret) Houskeeper and children, Jai-me, and Nicole; Brad (Shauna) Carter and children, Jacob and Sydney; and Tanya (Monte) Lyon; sisters, Carol (Ronald) Harris, Ellen Jackson, Hazel Kremer, Jan (Gary) Lyman, Mary Van Wagoner, and Lorraine Robinson; brothers, Gary (Linda) Carter, Ray (Barbara) Carter; and many nieces, and nephews. Preceded in death by his parents, a niece, and a nephew. The family would like to thank all those who helped to care for Glen these past 18 years, and to express our deepest appreciation to his sister, Carol. Funeral, Wednesday, Dec. 22, 2004 at 11 a.m. in the Wing Mortuary Chapel, 118 E. Main, Lehi, where friends and family may call one hour prior to services. Interment will be in the Larkin Sunset Gardens Cemetery, Sandy, Utah.
William Cleamon Cassun 1919 - 2015
Born William McKay on October 2, 1919 in Tacoma Washington to Harry McKay and Gladys Medley, later adopted by Nicholas John (the Guv) Cassun. Died July 30, 2015 in Miami Florida. Bill grew up in Black Eagle Montana later graduated from Great Falls High School, Class of 1937. Enlisted in the United States Army in 1942 serving as a Technical Sergeant in the Burma Campaign. Received an Honorable discharge in 1945 from active duty and remained in the Army Reserve until 1950. Upon Discharge from the United States Army he joined the Federal Aviation Agency in Fairbanks Alaska and served in Oakland California, Honolulu Hawaii, Phoenix Arizona and Salt Lake City Utah before retiring after more than 30 years of service in Salt Lake City. Married Margaret Gavin in Oakland California on June 10, 1950 and preceded in death in October 1987. Bill enjoyed fishing and golfing up until his move from Bountiful Utah to Miami Florida in 2015. Survived by four Children, William Cassun of Denver Colorado, Nicholas Cassun (Miguel Ortiz) of Miami Florida, Michael Cassun of Stansbury Park Utah, and Bridget Cassun of Salt Lake City Utah and one brother James Cassun of Jupiter Florida and six grandchildren and four great grandchildren. A Mass and reception will be held at St. Olaf's Catholic Church in Bountiful UT and interment in the Bountiful City Cemetery. Services and reception to be coordinated at a later date.
Robert M. Chambers "Bob"
Robert M. Chambers, 75, our beloved and respected husband, son, father, grandfather, brother and friend, died at his home in Salt Lake City on June 16, 1997. Born January 22, 1922 in Salida, Colorado, to Floyd and Bess Ritchie Chambers. Married Connie Rutledge in 1945 in Detroit, Michigan. As a Lt. Cmdr. and Pilot in the Navy, they spent five years living in Pensacola, Florida, Virginia Beach and Providence, Rhode Island, before settling in Salt Lake. A graduate of East High School (1941) he attended the University of Utah graduating in business administration. He was an Air Traffic Controller, working for the F.A.A. for 35 years. He was the senior warden for St. Paul's Episcopal Church for many years. As a coach of Little League Baseball for 20 years, he took three teams to the W.B.B.A. finals. He loved to golf, work on "the cabin", and was an avid supporter of Job's Daughters.Survivors: wife, Connie; mother, Bess; daughter, Karen Fitch; sons, Michael (Kathy), David Kirk (Michele Massoney), Mark (Joe Pitti); grandchildren, Brittney, Heather, Jason, Jackson, Carson Mae, Stephanie, Stanley. Preceded in death by father Floyd Albert, brothers, Floyd "Tuffy" and Jack. Funeral services will be held at 12 noon, Friday, June 20, 1997 at the St. Paul's Episcopal Church, 261 South 900 East. Friends may call Thursday from 6-8 p.m. at the Wasatch Lawn Mortuary, 3401 South Highland Drive. Interment Mt. Olivet Cemetery, 1342 East 500 South. The family requests in lieu of flowers to send donations to the charity of your choice in Bob's name.
Robert (Bob) David Collins
Died April 5, 2000. He was born April 19, 1947 to Virginia Roberts and Fred Collins in Reno, Nevada. Bob was a proud veteran, serving in the Army from 1968 to 1970, 19 months was served in Vietnam. He moved to Salt Lake in 1970, where he worked as an Air Traffic Con-troller for 11 years. He married Vicki Williams in June 1972, they later divorced. He married Patti King on June 25, 1983. They moved to Tooele in 1983, where Bob was a letter carrier for the Post Office until his death.He is survived by his best friend, mother and step-mother of his four beautiful daughters, Patti King-Collins, Tooele; four daughters, Tina (Spike) Lawrence, Tempe, AZ; Heather (Jack) Van Grimbergen, Tooele, Jennifer, Salt Lake, Caitlin, Tooele; four grandchildren; and a brother, Thom, Reno. Bob was a wonderful, loving man who lived life to the fullest, did nothing half way, and most important, loved his family with all his heart. Bob will be missed by all who had the pleasure of knowing him, and being on the receiving end of his endless kindness and generosity. Services will be held 1 p.m. Monday April 10, 2000 at Tate Mortuary, visitation will be one hour prior. In lieu of flowers, the family would like donations sent for Tooele Substance Abuse, c/o Heather Van Grimbergen, 181 West 400 North, Tooele, Utah 84074.
Robert (Bob) E. Coxey 1930 ~ 2009
OGDEN- On a sad, but lovely day, Tuesday, September 22, 2009, our beloved husband, father, grandfather, brother and friend, Robert (Bob) Ed Coxey, returned to be with those he loved. He was born December 15, 1930 to Fred and Elva Robbins Coxey. Bob was reared in Ogden along with two brothers and two sisters. He graduated from Ogden High and attended Weber State University. On September 12, 1952 Bob married Valerie Phillips whom he loved and cherished for 57 years. He lived a very active life, he was a pilot for many years, he loved to fly. Bob was a veteran of the Korean War, serving in the US Air Force. He worked at HAFB and Salt Lake Center as an air traffic controller for over 30 years. Bob loved sports, the outdoors, camping, fishing, floating the rivers in his raft, boating, but his greatest love was flying. He is survived by his wife Val; their sons: Jeff and Rick; daughters: Debbie and Michelle and their spouses, 10 grandchildren, 12 great-grandchildren, and one sister. Bob was preceded in death by his parents, two brothers and one sister. Respecting Bob's request there will be no services. The family would like to thank Hearts for Home and Hearts for Hospice. In lieu of flowers the family wishes contributions be sent to or a charity of their choice. Cremation is under the direction of Aaron's Mortuary & Crematory. Condolences may be sent to the family at aaronsmortuary.com
Max Bryce Creer 1922 ~ 2007
Our loving husband, father, and grandfather, Max Bryce Creer, 85, passed away peacefully at his home on December 12, 2007. He was born August 16, 1922 in Salt Lake City to William Max and Elva Meredith Creer. Bryce graduated from South High School and attended the U of U. In 1942, he married his high school sweetheart, Lilian "Toots" Kamerath. Bryce served in the Army Air Corps during World War II as a B-25 bomber pilot stationed in the China-Burma-India region. Upon his return, he worked at Hill Air Force Base and eventually retired from the FAA as an air traffic controller. He is survived by his loving wife; children Richard (Donna) Creer, Carolyn Tregeagle, Ronald Creer, Sharon (Richard) Wilcox; beloved nephew Craig Kamerath; 15 grandchildren; and 18 great-grand-children. The family would like to thank Millcreek Hospice for their care and support during Bryce's illness. Private services will be held prior to interment at the Salt Lake City Cemetery.
Harvey Crosby 1918 ~ 2012
Harvey Forbes Crosby, 94, passed away peacefully, Saturday, October 13, 2012 at his home in Bountiful, Utah surrounded by his family. He was born February 17, 1918 in Farmington, Utah the son of Byron Robert and Ruby Forbes Crosby. He married Cossette Hoskins on October 18, 1941 and later solemnized in the Salt Lake Temple. Harvey served in the US Navy and Army Air Corps. He was employed with the FAA as an Air Traffic Controller, retiring in 1975. He was an active member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Harvey has now embarked on his eagerly anticipated reunion with his sweetheart Cozy dear. He is survived by his two sons Arnold Crosby and Brent Hoskins Crosby, seven grandchildren and ten great-grandchildren. Preceded in death by his parents, son Michael Forbes Crosby, four great-grandchildren. Funeral services will be held at 12:00 pm, Friday, October 19, 2012 at the Mueller Park 4th Ward Chapel, 2050 S. 1300 E. Bountiful, Utah where friends may visit from 10:30 – 11:30 am prior to services. Interment Bountiful City Cemetery. Services entrusted to Lindquist’s Bountiful Mortuary. Condolences may be shared at www.lindquistmortuary.com
Richard Franklin Daly 1927 ~ 2017
Taylorsville, UT-A steadfast servant of the Lord, Richard F. "Dick" Daly left his earthly body December 18, 2017, one day after his 90th birthday. Richard was born on December 17, 1927 in Chicago, IL to Marion F. and Robert M. Daly. He was preceded in death by his siblings Ruth Daly and Robert Daly; the mother of his children, Lois R. Daly (D. 1988), Marcella Daly (d. 2000) and Vivian Daly (Nov 24, 2017). Richard spent his career as an air traffic controller. He enjoyed golf and playing the organ, however, his greatest joy came from reading and studying the Bible. His favorite Bible verse was Romans 8:1, "Therefore, there is now no condemnation for those who are in Christ Jesus." Richard taught Sunday School for 40 plus years at Cornerstone Church formerly known as First Southern Baptist Church of Rose Park. He was a dedicated father to four children Linda Daly Ames, Jeffery W. Daly (Lisa), Paul R. Daly and David R. Daly (Margo). He had four grandchildren and ten great grandchildren. Richard leaves all who knew him a spiritual legacy "That the Lord loves you". A Memorial service will be held on Saturday, January 6, 2018 at 1 PM at Cornerstone Church, 1175 West 600 North, SLC. The family would like to acknowledge and thank all the professionals that provided care for our Dad from Alpha Hospice.
Lyle Henry Davis "Poppy" ~ 1933 - 2014
Our beloved husband, father, grandfather, great-grandfather and friend, Lyle Henry Davis, passed away on May 26, 2014, at home surrounded by his loving family after a valiant battle with pancreatic cancer. Lyle was born on August 9, 1933 in Power Montana to Lyle E. and Emma Kind Davis. He had five siblings; Mildred, Lark, Beverly, Ressa, and Sherry. He graduated from Power High School and proudly served his country in the U.S. Air Force from 1952-1956 as a Radioman on the B-29 Bomber. Lyle married his "babe", Wanda Wolcott Davis, on May 25, 1956 in Billings, Montana. She was drawn to his big brown eyes that wouldn't stop, along with his unforgettable smile. Lyle passed minutes after their 58th wedding anniversary. Together he and Wanda had three children; Gregg (Jeanne) Davis, Ardell (William J.) Carroll, and Diane (Doug) Canada. He had six grandchildren; Melissa (Dexter) Hoopes, Danielle (Brian) Herrscher, Elliott, Rachelle, David and Crystal Canada. He also had eight great-grandchildren who were the light of his life; Samantha, Brooklyn, Caden, Hadley, Braxton, Ava, Tatum and Emmett, which he lovingly referred to as the "Great Eight." First and foremost, Poppy deeply and passionately loved his family. They brought him much joy and he was incredibly proud and spoke often of their accomplishments. Lyle worked as an Air Traffic Controller with the FAA for over 30 years where he received a Letter of Recognition from the Governor of Montana for outstanding performance. Lyle loved the great outdoors, especially the Kind Family Reunion in Montana, which held a piece of his heart. He regularly attended the gym, or as he called it "the george." He hungered for adventure and had a keen sense of humor that was unpredictable. He also reveled in political discussions and was a true blue Democrat. With sincere appreciation our family thanks Mary Ellen Hardman and Kate Wilson for their love and support. We know this is not goodbye; you will forever live in our hearts. We love and miss you so much Poppy! A celebration of life will be held on Friday, May 30th at 1:00 p.m. at the Chateau at Larkin Sunset Gardens, 1950 E. Dimple Dell Rd. (10600 S.), Sandy.
Rex A Davis August 26, 1946 - December 10, 2015
Rex A Davis, age 69, passed away in the night at home accompanied by his loving wife, Cheryl. Rex was born August 26, 1946 in Delta, Utah to Delores and Ray Davis. Ray passed away at an early age when Rex was only 2. Delores then married Golden Warnick, who Rex loved and thought of as his real dad. Rex served in the US Navy for 4 years and was deployed to Vietnam. He met Cheryl while on leave in 1966 and it was love at first site. Rex and Cheryl were married on April 15, 1967, and enjoyed 48 years of marriage. Rex and Cheryl greatly enjoyed boating on their boat "Wahoo" for many years. They made many great and close friends at Flaming Gorge. Rex is survived by his wife, Cheryl; and his two children, Jenifer (husband Jeff), and Jeff (wife Sorena); and four amazing grandsons, Max, Tommy, Liam, and Miles. He is also survived by his sisters, Vickie (Leon), Georgia, Jackie, Margo (Earl) and Marcia (Ben). A memorial service will be held Wednesday December 16th 2015 at 11 am at Wasatch Lawns, 3401 Highland Dr, Salt Lake City. Friends and family are invited to come share their love and memories of Rex between 11am and 1pm. In lieu of flowers, please make a donation to the American Lung Association in Rex's name.
Keven Karl DeBoard 1962 - 2009
Keven Karl DeBoard 1962 ~ 2009 Our beloved father, brother, uncle and son, Keven Karl DeBoard, returned home to his Heavenly Father on Wednesday, March 11, 2009, after a long illness. His suffering is over and, no doubt his joy is full as he was welcomed home by his sweet wife, Lori. Her memory and his love for her never faded. Keven was born on April 25, 1962, in Sacramento, CA, to Ed and Pat DeBoard. Keven started playing baseball at a very young age and loved to play catcher. No matter where the family moved he always found a team where he could play. He loved sports and the outdoors and spent a lot of time on snow machines when he lived in Idaho. He attended Cyprus High School where he excelled in debate, was a Sterling Scholar and earned a Presidential Scholarship to BYU. He was also an accomplished trombonist. Keven served a mission for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in the Illinois Chicago North Mission. Always one for a challenge, Keven chose to be an air traffic controller at the FAA for his life's work. He was one of their top performers and was selected to help in many strategic assignments for his country. On August 24, 1991, Keven married the love of his life, Lori Allen, and together they brought two beautiful children into the world, Jason and Rachel. Keven loved to go to Disneyland, visit the grandparents in California and play video games with the kids. He always enjoyed a breakfast or dinner out with the family, especially at Iggy's. Keven taught his children to love sports and games and they have a lot of great memories of going to games and playing with Dad. They also traveled the world together as a family. One of their favorite trips was to Paris. Keven is survived by his children, Jason and Rachel, parents Pat DeBoard and Ed and Faye DeBoard, brothers and sisters, Karyn (Fruit Heights, UT), Konnie (Salt Lake City), Kelly (Michigan), and Kirt (Sandy, UT). He also leaves behind many nieces and nephews and brothers and sisters-in-law, and his mother-in-law, Ruby Allen. Keven was preceded in death by his wife, Lori Allen DeBoard, his brother-in-law, Jeffrey Wood, his father-in-law, Ralph K. Allen and his grandparents. Funeral services will be held on Tuesday, March 17, 2009 at 12:00 noon at the Brookhaven Ward, 190 North Country Lane, Fruit Heights, Utah. Friends may call at Cannon Mortuary, 2460 East Bengal Blvd, Salt Lake City, UT, Monday evening from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. and from 11:00 to 11:45 a.m. on the day of the service at the Church. Interment at the Elysian Burial Gardens.
Herbert Wayne Decker 1925 ~ 2016
Beloved husband, father, grandfather, great-grandfather, and jokingly self-proclaimed "old curmudgeon" Wayne Decker passed away on June 24, surrounded by the profound love of his family. His frank kindness and humor carried him through life and its challenges, including those due to his recent illness. Wayne was born September 25, 1925, in Salt Lake City, the son of Evelyn Snow Decker and Wayne Decker. He loved the outdoors and spent idyllic boyhood summers at the family cabin in the Uinta mountains. He loved to share this "little piece of heaven" with his children and grandchildren. Wayne attended East High School, Utah State University, and New York University. During World War II, he became a Lieutenant in the Army and served in Munich, Germany. He was a Captain in the Utah Air National Guard during the Korean War and later retired as a Major. He married LaVon Clive on August 18, 1947, in the Salt Lake Temple. After working for his father's jewelry company, Wayne became an air traffic controller in the early years of the Salt Lake Air Traffic Control Center, and finished his 33-year career with the FAA as an assistant chief. He was also a director of the Utah Portland Cement Company for many years. He loved skiing powder, fly-fishing the Weber, swimming, backpacking, hunting deer and duck, playing tennis and basketball; many of these activities he shared with his wife and four children who have great memories of fun times and outdoor adventures. His office walls are lined with tennis trophies and awards, and he relished golfing bi-weekly with the FAA gang. He was a student of history with a keen interest in ancient civilizations. Extensive travels with his wife, family and friends continued to foster those interests over the years. His main concern in almost everything he did was how he could help his family. Wayne is survived by his wife LaVon; brother Ashby Decker; sister Marjorie Horton; his children Bruce, Bret and Lori; six grandchildren; five great-grandchildren and many nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his parents, sister Mary Bott, brother Jack Decker, and son, Joseph Wayne Decker. In lieu of flowers, please consider a donation to a charity in his name or the Missionary Fund of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Graveside service at Salt Lake City Cemetery, Tuesday, June 28th.
Lawrence Timothy Dowd 1924 ~ 2007
Oh! I've Slipped The surly bonds of Earth And danced the skies On laughter-silvered wings; Sunward I've climbed, And joined the tumbling mirth Of sun-split-clouds And done hundred things You have not dreamed of-wheeled And soared and swung High in the sunlit silence. Hov'ring there, I've chased the shouting wind along, and flung My eager craft through footless halls of air... Up, up the long, delirious, burning blue I've topped the wind-swept heights with easy grace, Where never lark, nor even eagle flew- And while, with silent, lifting mind I've trod The high un-trespassed sanctity of space, Put out my hand and touched the face of God. -John Gillespie Magee Larry left the bonds of earth July 21, 2007 surrounded by his loving family. He was born December 25, 1924 in New Haven, CT. to John Francis and Eleanor Synder Dowd. He loved flying, served his country in the armed services during World War II and the Korean Conflict, retired as an Air Traffic Controller. Larry lives on in the memory of his loving wife Diane Pickering Dowd, his children Pamela Dowd-Metzger (Mark), Lawrence T. Dowd II, John C. Dowd; and his grandchildren, Lawrence T. III, Bryan and Andrew Dowd, Paul and Luke Metzger, and Alex Dowd. He is survived by sisters Mary LeManguais, Virginia Fortney, Ann Lawrence and brother Fred Dowd. He was preceded by his parents, brother John and sister Eleanor. Funeral Mass will be celebrated Thursday, July 26 at 11 a.m. at St. Vincent De Paul Catholic Church, 1375 East Spring Lane (5050 S.), Murray. Friends and family may visit from 6 to 7 p.m. Wed. at St. Vincent de Paul followed by a Vigil. Committal: Murray City Cemetery. Family would like to thank the St. Vincent de Paul Parishioners, Sister Bernadette, and Rocky Mountain Hospice, for their prayers and support. In lieu of flowers donations can be made to Sr. Angela's Assistance Program at St. Vincent de Paul Parish. Funeral Directors Jenkins-Soffe Mortuary. Condolences may be sent to www.jenkins-soffe.com
Donald W. Dunlap 1920 ~ 2009
Donald William Dunlap, 88, passed away May 11, 2009 in Taylorsville, Utah. Born August 12, 1920 in Flatrock, Illinois, son of Luther William and Silvia Marie Miller Dunlap. Married Lois LaVon Pickle October 28, 1943 in Miami, FL. He served in the Army Air Force in China. He played golf, like boating and enjoyed gardening and working in his yard. He loved everything about airplanes. He will be missed by his dog and buddy, Cleo. Survived by daughter, Tina (Eldon) Lee; son, Brent Dunlap; nine grandchildren; five great-grandchildren; brother, Jimmy (Dorothy) Dunlap. Preceded in death by his wife; sons, Ronald and Todd. Funeral services will be held Saturday, 11:00 a.m. at the Taylorsville 15th Ward, 1457 West Atherton Drive (4375 S.) where a viewing will be held, 9:30-10:45 a.m. prior to services. Interment, Valley View Memorial Park. Arrangements under the direction of McDougal Funeral Home.
Milton V. Farar
Milton V. Farar, age 71 of Garland, TX, passed away October 5, 2014. He was born March 29, 1943, in St. Joseph, MO. Milton worked as a program manager in the defense industry, an air traffic controller and a private flight instructor. He was a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, 2ND Ward, in Rowlett, TX.Next to his family, Milton's love was serving in the Mormon Church. He served as bishop, as a member of the Nashua New Hampshire Stake Presidency, as an ordinance worker in the Boston LDS Temple and as a Stake Patriarch. He also loved flying airplanes and teaching others to fly, motorcycling with his friends, hunting with his dad and brothers, and telling stories of all his exploits. Milton is survived by his loving wife: Lynette Farar; children, Kimberli Farar Tilton & husband Evan, Deborah Farar Minert & husband Daniel, William Clyde Farar & wife Jill, Jennifer Ann Farar Hansen & husband David, Susan Farar Christiansen & husband Robert, John Earl Farar & wife Kristy and Danielle Farar Bourgeouis & husband Jared; 28 grandchildren; one great grandson on the way; and siblings, Danny Farar & wife Cheryl, Barbara Brown & husband Robert, and sister-in-law Sharon French. He was preceded in death by his father, Clyde Jackson Farar, mother, Mary Alice (Croslin) Farar and brother, William Casey Farar. Funeral services will be held 11:00am, Friday, October 17, 2014 at Wasatch Lawn Funeral Home Chapel, 3401 Highland Drive, Salt Lake City, UT 84106. Interment will follow in Wasatch Lawn Memorial Park. There will be a visitation held Friday, October 10, 2014 at Rest Haven Funeral Home, Rowlett Chapel from 6:00 to 8:00pm. Memorial contributions may be made to the Alzheimer’s Association, 4144 N. Central Expy, Ste. 750, Dallas, TX 75204 or www.alz.org/greaterdallas.
Lila Mae Fielden 1929 ~ 2016
Lila Mae Fielden, age 87, passed away on Oct. 1, 2016. She was born Feb. 18, 1929 to Charles E. and Florence Clark Fielden in Salt Lake City, Utah. She grew up in the Millcreek area, graduating from Granite High School. Lila was active in the LDS church throughout her life, serving a mission in Mexico City from 1951-1953, and faithfully fulfilling many callings including ward organist. Lila was an avid woodworker in Chula Vista creating furniture and ornamental pieces. During her career she was employed by Artistic Lighting and Metals Manufacturing. Her love for aviation turned into a second career. She qualified for many pilot ratings. She worked for the FAA at the Salt Lake Air Route Control Center, Des Moines General Aviation District Office (GADO), and retired from the San Diego GADO. Lila lived her last 32 years in Chula Vista, CA. (San Diego). Lila is survived by her brother Donald R. (Glennae) Fielden, sister Connie Mason, sister-in-law Carol Fielden and many nieces and nephews. Preceded in death by parents, brother Richard Fielden, and brother-in-law Dennis Mason. Many thanks to friends in Chula Vista, CA. and the Sara Daft Home in Salt Lake. Graveside services for Lila will be held on Sat. Oct. 8, 2016 at 11:00am with a visitation from 10:00-10:45am at Memorial Mountain View, 3115 E. 7800 S., Cottonwood Heights, UT.
Mark Joseph Fowers 1946 ~ 2010
Mark Joseph Fowers passed away on October 17, 2010, in St. George, Utah, surrounded by his family.Mark was born July 31, 1946 to Wilford and Irene Fowers in Ogden, Utah. He graduated from Bonneville High School as valedictorian and attended Weber State College and Utah State University. He served an LDS mission to the French East Mission (1965-1968). Mark married his eternal companion, Charyl K. Johnson, in the Salt Lake Temple on August 15, 1969. He thoroughly enjoyed a lifelong career with the FAA as an air traffic controller. He served for years as an LDS temple worker and recently completed an LDS mission with his wife to the Oklahoma, Oklahoma City Mission. Mark lived and acted faithfully in every role he held. He was a devoted husband and father and an active member of the LDS church throughout his life. He loved to perform quiet acts of service, never seeking credit or recognition. He was happy and contented, enjoying life's simple pleasures. He was grateful for God's "great plan of happiness" which gave him and his family comfort. Mark is survived by wife, Charyl; his children Jedd (Michelle), Elise (Clark) Bown, Seth (AnnaJean), Haley (Craig) Gordon, Timothy (Holly), and Curtis (Katie); 16 grandchildren who know him as "Grandpa Mark"; and his siblings Dwight (Linda), Verlayne (Chad) Campbell, Jay (Geri), Nada (Greg) Winget, and Sam (Jana). Funeral services will be held Saturday, October 23, 2010 at 11:00 a.m. at the Kaysville South Stake Center, 900 S. Main, Kaysville, Utah. Family and friends may call on Friday, from 6 to 8 p.m. at Lindquist's Kaysville Mortuary, 400 N. Main, Kaysville, Utah and Saturday from 9:30-10:30 a.m. at the church. Interment will be at the Hooper, Utah Cemetery. Condolences may be shared at: www.lindquistmortuary.com
Clayton Walter Fike 7/16/17 ~ 11/22/02
Clayton Walter Fike born July 16, 1917, in Duchesne, Utah. Died Nov 22, 2002, aged 85 years. Clayton went to work at four years of age at the Garden Gate Ice Cream Parlor next to his house, 9th S. and 9th E, Salt Lake City, UT. Second son of Ethel Mae McMonegal and Walter Fike. Spent World War II flying in New Guinea and the Phil-ippines in Far East Air Com-mand. Later became employed by the FAA as an Air Traffic Controller. Survived by his wife of 60 years, Wanda O. Fike; daughter, Mary (Mitch) Wiley; son, Andrew Fike; three grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren. Preceded in death by parents; brother, Jack; and sisters, Henrietta, Gladys, Lucille, Phyllis. Clayton loved his family, his woodshop and helping and doing things for others. The family would like to thank everyone at Care Source Hospice for all their comfort and compassion. Services will be Tues. Nov 26, 2002 11 a.m. Highland View Ward Chapel (2980 S. 2790 E). Friends may call 9:30-10:45 a.m. prior to services. Interment, Mountain View Memorial Cemetery. In lieu of flowers and gifts, please make charitable contributions to the Utah Food Bank.
Wayne Thomas Freeman
Wayne T. Freeman, 55, died suddenly on November 3, 1996. He was born January 31, 1941 in Rexburg, Idaho, to Lois and Don Freeman. He was preceded in death by his father, Don.He later moved to Utah, where he met his loving and caring wife, Jeanette. They were married July 17, 1965. His family was the source of his pride and joy. He coached his two sons in baseball for 16 years, he was an avid sports fan and loved to go to the Jazz games. He took pride in everything he did, and loved taking care of his yard and garden. He loved a good argument, but had a heart of gold. He worked for FAA as an air traffic controller, where he was proud of his 26 years of dedication to his profession. Survived by his wife, Jeanette; daughter, Natalie and husband, Mark Monson; sons, Jeff and wife, Nicole, and Mike Freeman; sisters, Carolyn (Mike) Crotty, of Nevada; Kay (Art) Mehner, of Maryland; Nancy (Garth) Meikel, of Rexburg; and brother, Robert (Teresa), of Rexburg. Funeral services will be held Thursday, Nov. 7, 1996, 1 p.m., Mtn. View Memorial Estates Chapel, 3115 E. 7800 So. Friends may call Wednesday, 6-8 p.m. at Jenkins-Soffe Mortuary, 4760 So. State and Thursday, one hour prior to services at Mtn. View. Interment, Mtn. View Estates.
Donald E. Gallion
Donald E. Gallion, 85, passed away Jan. 21, 2017. He was born Jan. 24, 1931 in Atchison, Kansas to Virgil Gallion and Ruth Culp Gallion. He grew up in Atchison and always dreamed of flying, so he joined the Air Force and later became an air traffic controller for the government. He loved to run, loved horses, loved being outdoors in any capacity and loved his family. Preceded in death by sister Virginia Pratt and brother Dudley Gallion. He is survived by his wife, Joy Gallion; daughter Katrina Haney Folchert (John); 4 grandchildren (Toria, Carrie, Emma, Brooke); one great grandson (Kason Putich); sister Iris Phoutz (George); brother Rick Gallion (Linda); and several nieces and nephews. He was a faithful member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints and loved his Heavenly Father dearly. His kind and fun-loving spirit will be truly missed by family and friends. Funeral services will be held Wednesday, January 25, 2017 at 3:00 p.m. in the Morningside 6th Ward Chapel, 930 S. Morningside Dr., St. George, UT. There will be a viewing Wednesday prior to services from 1:30-2:30 p.m. at the Church. Interment will take place in the St. George City Cemetery. Arrangements are made under the direction of Spilsbury Mortuary, (435) 673-2454. Friends and family are invited to sign Donald's guestbook at www.spilsburymortuary.com.
Harold Keith Garn
Sweetheart, Dad and Grandpa April 11, 1919 ~ April 17, 2011
Harold was born in Salt Lake City, April 11, 1919 to William Frank and Julia Householder Garn. Harold was employed at Lockheed Aircraft, Burbank, California; then joined the army air corps and was a pilot in World War II. Later Harold was employed by Union Pacific Railroad for 10 years and then became an air traffic controller for 22 years at Salt Lake City airport. He was also a captain of the air force reserves and civil air patrol for many years. Harold married his high school sweetheart, Phyllis Lindsay, and enjoyed the next 70 years together. They were blessed with twin baby girls, Janet and Julia, who were the light of their lives. Per Harold 2005, “Phyllis forged us into a bonded loving family.” His dedication to the care and welfare of lost and abandoned cats and dogs was a passion that he passed along to his children and grandchildren. He was a teacher, friend and leader to all who knew him. Preceded in death by loving brother Wallace Garn and parents. Survived by his ever-so loving wife, Phyllis; daughters Janet Jones and Julia Smith-Lewis (husband Robert); grandchildren Troy (girlfriend Lorna), Jami, Tiffany (husband Weck), Jeffery (wife Liz) and Shelby (husband Ryan); great grandchildren Savannah, Danielle, Clara, Julia, Samantha, Vincent, Kurtis, Dawson, Jordyn, Jeffrey, Taylor and Cameron; great-great grandchildren Bailey and Bradley. Per Harold, “All these young people are my eternal cabin fishing buddies that made life perfect.” The family wishes to thank Dr. Roger Friedman, Brenda Fish and Polly Chapman of the University of Utah Cardiology Clinic and Dr. John A. Doane, Internal Medicine, for giving Harold 16 more years with his family. A private memorial will be held at a later date. Online condolences may be shared with the family at www.larkincares.com.
William Stewart Glenn 2/19/1931 ~ 10/26/2017
Stewart, a devoted husband, father and grandfather, peacefully rejoined his Heavenly Father on October 26, 2017. He was 86. He was the fourth surviving child of Olive and William Glenn, and the first of Olive’s children to be born in a hospital, in Cardston, Alberta, Canada. The family moved to Logan, Utah when he was six, where he was raised in a close-knit immediate and extended family. After earning his bachelor’s degree in business from Utah State University, Stewart joined the Army in 1950; he served as a paratrooper and learned to fly airplanes and helicopters, earning his commercial pilot’s license. While stationed at Fort Ord in Monterey, CA, Stewart met Edythe Greaves from Portland, OR and they were married in the Salt Lake Temple on August 9, 1957. Stewart worked as an air traffic controller for the FAA in Salt Lake Air Route Center for over 27 years before retiring in 1985. After retirement, he drove a special needs school bus in Bountiful for many years. When the Bountiful Temple was completed in 1995, he became a temple worker. Stewart and Edythe lived in Bountiful for over 55 years, recently moving to American Fork to be closer to their daughter. He leaves behind his beloved Edythe and brother, Kay. Stewart was a devoted father to his children: Timothy (Teresa Hayes) of Heber City, Daniel (Diana Bond) of Yucaipa, CA, and Brooks (Michael Wynn) of American Fork. He was grandfather to 13 and great-grandfather to seven. We trust there is a happy reunion of many dear relatives and friends in Heaven welcoming Stewart home. Funeral services will be held at 11:00 am Friday, November 3, 2017 at the LDS Chapel at 165 S. 1000 E. Bountiful, Utah. Friends may visit family Thurs. Nov. 2nd from 6-8 pm at Lindquist’s Bountiful Mortuary, 727 N. 400 E. and Friday from 9:30-10:30 am at the Church prior to services. Interment will be held at 11:00 am Sat. Nov. 3rd at Logan City Cemetery. In lieu of flowers the family asks that you consider a donation to the Alzheimer Association. Condolences may be shared at www.lindquistmortuary.com
Harold Sawyers Greenleaf 1917 ~ 1995
Age 77, passed away peacefully October 28, 1995, in Salt Lake City, Utah, due to complications from cancer. Born December 19, 1917, in Centerville, Iowa, to Harold Stephen and Mary Ethel Fowler Greenleaf. He married Mildred Elizabeth McCulloch on October 19, 1940 in Hardington, Nebraska. Harold attended Drake University in Des Moines. He was an avid Aviation enthusiast and was a pilot for the Civil Air Patrol in the 1930's. He served as Air Traffic Controller in the Philippines during WWII. Harold moved to Salt Lake City in 1941 and joined the newly formed FAA Air Traffic Control Center after the war. He retired as Assistant Chief of the Center after 31 years service. Harold enjoyed the outdoors, particularly Utah's hunting and fishing. He was past president of the Utah Snowmobile Association.Survived by his wife, Mildred, to whom he was married for 55 years; two sons, Dr. James F. Greenleaf of Rochester, MN and Dr. Robert D. Greenleaf of Elk Grove, CA. Preceded in death by a son Thomas Harold Greenleaf.
Administrators Note: This is one of the true pioneers of Air Traffic Control in Utah. Harold joined the Civil Aeronautics Administration prior to the attack at Pearl Harbor. Read the Not Politically Correct Center Sidelights honoring one of the "old guard" at his time of retirement. I arrived at ZLC two years after Mr. Greenleaf retired. I wish I could have heard some of the stories of early ATC when the control room was below the tower.
Stillman Jacob HardingOctober 24, 1918 - March 23, 2017
Our beloved father, Stillman Jacob Harding, passed away 23 March 2017 at the age of 98 in his home in Willard, Utah. He was born 24 Oct 1918 in Willard to Ettye Isabelle Dayley and Benjamin Dwight Harding. He was the seventh of eight children. The flood of 1923 caused the family to move to Brigham City for a few years before returning to Willard where he remained until after graduating from Box Elder High School in 1936. He began working for the Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) which had been assigned to the Willard area due to the flood in 1936. The initial work was to build a dike north of town and divert the canyon water to the dike. They then established a camp at the foot of Willard Peak and terraced the hillsides in hopes of preventing another flood. In 1937, he was assigned to drive trucks and supplies from Salt Lake to various CCC camps all over Utah and Nevada. Next he was assigned to the CCC Camp in Jericho where he dug post holes, built corrals, drove trucks and was eventually trained as a medic/hospital orderly and worked in the hospital at camp. After 2 1/2 years in the CCC, he was forced to "retire." He attended Weber State College for two quarters, paying his way by working for the National Youth Association at the college. He also worked various odd jobs around Willard. In 1940 he joined the Utah National Guard—222nd Field Artillery, Battery A, in Brigham City, Utah. Their first assignment, after being federalized, was in San Luis Obispo, California. They were here when Pearl Harbor was bombed and the United States joined the fighting in World War II. For two years he served stateside with the Utah National Guard. In October 1942, he was sent to flight school and became a pilot assigned to fly B-24s in the European Theater. During his military service, Stillman married "the girl next door." Madalynne Fae Duvall Cook had moved across the street from his home in Willard when she was 7 and he was 11. They married 7 January 1944 in the Salt Lake LDS Temple, while he was on a weekend military pass and she had the same weekend off from nurse training. Dad's first B-24 crew crashed during a training flight in Pocatello, Idaho killing two crew members. He was then assigned to a crew that flew their B-24 to Italy by way of Nebraska, Florida, Trinidad, Brazil, West Africa, Tunisia and finally a temporary base in Gioia del Colle, Italy. Their fourth sortie was a mission to bomb the Marshaling Yards in Weiner Neustadt, Austria. It was on this mission that he lost his left thumb and almost his left leg. He spent the next thirteen months in hospitals. He was told he would never walk again without his leg brace and crutches. We all know that was wrong. He was discharged from the service July 1945. He was awarded the Distinguished Flying Cross, the Purple Heart, and the Air Medal. He and his wife lived in Ogden where Stillman worked for the Maid 'o Clover Dairy for several months before obtaining a job with the Federal Aviation Agency working as an Air Traffic Controller in Salt Lake City. He helped write the manuals and set up a training center for air traffic controllers in Salt Lake. In 1961 he moved his family to Alexandria, Virginia while he worked in Washington DC. He retired in 1971 after 36 years of service to the FAA. Moving his family back to Utah he lived briefly in Ogden before moving to Salt Lake City and working for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in the Editing Department. Among other things, he helped write and edit class manuals of all types. His last major job was as editor of the new green hymnbook published in 1985. This included adding a scripture reference for each hymn. He retired a second time in 1987. In 1996, Stillman and Madalynne built their dream home in Willard, Utah on a piece of his family's original farm. He has lived in Willard ever since. Stillman loved traveling in his self built motorhome, as well as those commercially built which he later purchased. He had a beautiful tenor voice, which he probably inherited from his Welsh Ancestors in Willard who helped start the Mormon Tabernacle Choir. He loved to sing and his children loved to hear him sing. He loved his family and he loved his church. Stillman spent many hours in service for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. He served as the first bishop of the Orchard 2nd Ward in Bountiful, Utah and as the first bishop of the Mount Vernon Ward in Alexandria, Virginia. He also taught many classes, was a member of Stake High Councils, served in many positions in the Young Men's Mutual Improvement Association (YMMIA), and was a stake missionary. He and his wife Madalynne served a full-time mission in the Washington Tacoma Mission from 2001 to 2003. He served as a Temple ordinance worker in the Salt Lake City Temple for many, many years. We think his favorite calling was one he began at the age of 92 when he was called to teach the 11 boys in Primary. He said, many times, his goal was to instill a testimony of Joseph Smith into the soul of each boy so they would never have room to doubt that Joseph was a true prophet in this dispensation. He was preceded in death by his wife Madalynne in 2004; his parents; six siblings – Erma, Dale, Cora, Margaret, Eliza & Elva; his daughter Lynette; and his granddaughters, Tanja, Tamilie, ToiLyn, Staci & Starlynn. He is survived by his children, Jaelynne (Kent) Hathaway, Richard S. Harding, Marilyn (Jim) Stephens, Sheralyn (Pete) Barger, Karalyn (Lynn) Dummer, Lynae Burke, and Robert C. (Lisa) Harding; 26 grandchildren, 47 great-grandchildren, 6 great-great grandchildren, his sister Nadine Haun; and a host of nieces, nephews and wonderful friends. We invite family and friends to a funeral service celebrating his life on Friday, March 31 at 11:00 am in the Willard 4th Ward building at 80 No. 100 W. in Willard, Utah. A viewing will be held Thursday March 30th from 6-8 pm in the Willard 4th Ward building and again Friday March 31st from 9:30-10:30 prior to the service. Burial will follow in the Willard City Cemetery with Military Honors Accorded by the Combined Veterans from Box Elder County. The family wishes to thank Intermountain Home Care Hospice and the caregivers for their loving care and help during Dad's last few weeks of life.
George Alfred Hawkins(Airway Facilities)
George Alfred Hawkins passed away April 5, 2015. He was born February 1, 1934 in Blanding, Utah to Clifton and Pearl Black Hawkins. George grew up in Cache Valley, then attended high school in Hurricane and St. George, Utah. He graduated from Dixie College where he met his wife to be, Merial Musig. He served in the US Army in Germany. He and Merial married in the St. George LDS Temple June 29, 1957. He graduated in Civil Engineering from Utah State University. He spent his working career with the Federal Aviation Administration. George and Merial made their home in Bountiful where they raised six children: Susan (Drew) Hyer, John (Cheryl), Sylvia (Brad) Vallace, Glen, Merilee Heckel, and Brian (Elizabeth). He is survived by 24 grandchildren. He and Merial served in the California Arcadia Mission. He was preceded in death by his parents and his only brother, Leon. George was very talented in many areas. He restored antique cars, motorcycles & a tractor, did woodwork, ceramics, and published eight books. He even built his own archery equipment, canoe and guitar. George was a wonderful husband, father, and grandfather. His posterity was everything to him. He will be sorely missed. Funeral services will be held at 11:00 a.m., Wednesday, April 8, 2015 at Russon Brothers Mortuary, 295 North Main, where a viewing will beheld Tuesday evening from 6:30 - 8:00 p.m. and Wednesday morning 9:45-10:45 a.m. prior to services. Interment-Bountiful City Cemetery. In honor of George, ties are optional. Online guest book at www.russonmortuary.com.
Albert Emmett Held February 16, 1932 ~ January 10, 2014
Albert Emmett Held, born on February 16, 1932, passed away on Friday, January 10, 2014, due to complications of diabetes. A veteran of the Korean War, Albert served his country faithfully in the South Pacific from 1950 to 1954 as a Naval Air Traffic Controller. Upon his return he continued his national service in the Federal Aviation Administration at Hill Air Force Base, until his retirement. Never one to be idle, he subsequently took his talent to University Hospital, where he worked as a dispatcher for the AirMed group, assisting them in their life-saving efforts for many years. Albert was interested in model cars, flight, golfing and enjoyed getting together with "The Squadron" on a weekly basis. Albert leaves behind two brothers, Melville Booth "Tom" (Ernie) Held, Jr. and Roland (Sandy) Held; two daughters, Lesa (David) Hales and Trena Held; two stepsons, Craig Chantilas and Scott (Sandra) Chantilas; five grandchildren, Heidi (Josh) Nilson, Tracy Torghele, Christopher (Meagan) Hales, Cari McLaughlin, and Kati Held; and four great-grandchildren, Max, Mika, Hayden and Mitt. He is preceded in death by his first wife, Gayla A. Held Seward (who bore him two children); his second wife, Carol Marie Held; and a great-grandson, Ty Jeffrey Torghele. At Albert's request there will be no formal funeral, but a small Graveside service will be held on Saturday, January 25, 2014 at 1:00 p.m. at the Farmington City Cemetery, 500 South 200 East, Farmington, Utah. Services entrusted to Lindquist's Ogden Mortuary. Death is not extinguishing the light; it is only putting out the lamp because dawn has come. Send condolences to the family at: www.lindquistmortuary.com.
Charles Gustin Hibbard 1925 ~ 2018
Salt Lake City, UT-Charles Gustin Hibbard was born May 14, 1925 in Climax, Michigan and died peacefully March 6, 2018. He served on an LST as a quartermaster during World War II in the Pacific theatre. He entered the Air Force in 1949, serving as an Air Traffic Controller in Korea and Viet Nam among many other places, retiring as a Chief Master Sergeant. He received his Ph.D. from the University of Utah, becoming an Air Force historian. He is survived by his wife Mavis, his children Elizabeth (Bill), Catherine, Rebecca (Jack), and Robert (Diana), stepchildren Susan, Joe, and John, siblings Robert, Mary, and Beatrice, and many grandchildren and great-grandchildren. There will be a graveside service at Fort Douglas Cemetery on Tuesday, March 13, 2018 at 11:00 a.m. Donations to the Fort Douglas Museum requested in lieu of flowers.
Roy “Mick” Platt Howard 1933 ~ 2017
Roy Platt Howard left this earth on November 7, 2017 surrounded by family with his loving wife at his side. He lived a beautiful life and had a peaceful and loving death. He was born May 3, 1933 in Richfield, Utah to Florence and Roy Howard. He beat his twin sister into the world by seconds. The twins known as “Mickey and Minnie” had a happy childhood in Sigurd, Utah-- tap dancing, fishing and playing in the band. Roy was a proud veteran of the Korean War. He joined the Navy after graduating from Richfield High and sailed on the USS Silverstein DE. January 22, 1966 he married Carolyn Joan Wood at St. Agnes Catholic Church in Phoenix, AZ. Following a brief honeymoon in Vegas, they relocated to Bountiful, Utah for Roy’s job at the Salt Lake City Air Traffic Control Center. Roy was an Air Traffic Controller for 33 years. His calm demeanor and grace under pressure made him great at this high stress job. He retired in 1987 and went back to work 3 days later as an instructor. He retired for good in 1996 and has spent the last years traveling, trying his luck at the slot machines and enjoying time with family and friends. Above all he was a kind, good man. He worked hard and put others needs above his own. He loved his family, fishing and hunting, cheering for the U of U, traveling, playing Yahtzee, and a good steak, not necessarily in that order. He was preceded in death by his parents, Florence and Roy Platt Howard Sr. and his daughter, Heather. He is survived by his wife of nearly 53 years, Carolyn Joan Howard; his twin sister Florence “Minnie” Anderson (Charles); daughters, Terrilynn Thorn, Jodi Ann Howard (Mike Brown), Jennifer Jo Cannon (Keith); 12 grandchildren, 10 ½ great-grandchildren; numerous nieces and nephews; and countless good friends. Funeral Mass will be held Saturday, November 11, 2017 at 1:00 p.m. at Saint Olaf Catholic Church, 1800 S. Orchard Dr. Bountiful, UT. Visitation will be at Lindquist’s Bountiful Mortuary, 727 N. 400 E. Bountiful on Friday, November 10th from 6-7:30 p.m. and Holy Rosary will be recited at 7:30 p.m. Interment will be at Mt. Calvary Cemetery on Monday, November 13th at 10:00 a.m. In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations may be made to Saint Olaf Catholic Church or St. Vincent de Paul Soup Kitchen. Condolences may be shared at www.lindquistmortuary.com
Stanley Harold Johnson 9/24/21 ~ 12/2/03
Stanley Harold Johnson, died on December 2, 2003. He was born Sept. 24, 1921 in Salt Lake City, UT to Carl Iver and Eleanora Lundgren Johnson. Stan married Erma Hoyt on Jan. 24, 1944 in Denver, CO. Their marriage was later solemnized in the Salt Lake Temple. Stan served his country during World War II as a B-24 bomber pilot in the European Theater. He completed 30 missions, surviving several close calls before returning home to Salt Lake. He returned with a deep love and respect for his country and the crew that he served with. He worked for the U.S. Postal Service for several years before becoming an air traffic controller at the FAA Center in Salt Lake. Stan was a loving husband and father who cherished spending time with his family. He was particularly proud of his 10 grandchildren and loved to spend time with them as often as possible. His life was filled with service to others. He was always quick to lend a helping hand to anyone in need. Neighbors frequently found their walks shoveled or other tasks completed by a phantom helper. Stan's life of service was most evident in the loving care he unselfishly rendered to his wife who was incapacitated by rheumatoid arthritis for 38 years. He frequently commented that he desired to live at least one day longer than she so he would be there to care for her in all her days. He is survived by his children: Rick (Katy) Johnson of Logan, Utah; Jan (Randy) Black and Judy (Andy) Pauloukos all of Salt Lake City; 10 grandchildren and six great-grand-children; brother-in-law R. Val Hoyt, Aurora, CO; and sister-in-law Jesse Johnson, Salt Lake. He was preceded in death by his wife Erma, parents, brothers Lee and Wally and sister Eleanor Richmond. Friends may call Sunday December 7, 2003 from 5:30 to 7:00 p.m. at the Wasatch Lawn Mortuary, 3401 Highland Dr. Graveside services will be held at the Salt Lake City Cemetery on Monday December 8, 2003, at 12:00 noon. The family would like to thank the nurses and staff of the Wentworth Care Source for their loving care.
Wayne G. Johnson February 10, 1932 - January 22, 2017
Wayne Gust Johnson, 84, of West Valley City, Utah returned to his Father in Heaven, Sunday, January 22, 2017. Born in Salt Lake City, Utah to David Gust Johnson and Margaret Virginia Swetnam, he is survived by his sweetheart of 65 years, Erlynne Joan Parry Johnson, eleven children – David Johnson (Loretta), Diane Sorensen (James), Scott Johnson (Rachelle), Stephen Johnson (Michele), Kathleen Cole (Tom), Kimberly Walker (Marti), Paul Johnson, James Johnson (Naomi), Michael Johnson, Deborah Johnson and Judith Dixon, and many grandchildren and many more great-grandchildren; preceded in death by his parents, 1 brother, 1 daughter – Laura Johnson, 1 grandchild, and 2 great-grandchildren. Visitation will be on Sunday, January 29, 2017 from 5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. at The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 2101 West 3100 South, West Valley City, Utah 84119. Services will be held on Monday, January 30, 2017, at 11:00 a.m., at The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 2010 West 3100 South, West Valley City, UT 84119. Viewing one hour prior to services. Internment will follow at the Utah Veterans Cemetery and Memorial Park, 17111 South Camp Williams Road, Bluffdale, UT 84065. "Don't worry about me, I've gone fishing!"
Richard I. Haggin "Noogie"
Richard I. "Dick" Haggin passed away on the evening of March 25, 2009 after almost 85 years of embodying the spirit of his favorite saying: "Though others may scoff and jest, a life of service is the best."Richard defined service through his actions toward others. Family, friends, sometimes even strangers... Those who knew him know the truth: Richard Haggin, quite simply, was a man who could be counted upon. Generous almost to a fault, he was cheerful in his desire to help anyone in any way he could. Plus, he was a funny guy who did funny things. The story of our dad gamely attempting to row a boat with the anchor still overboard is one of many classics. An outdoors man our dad was not. A fixture at the old Salt Palace for Golden Eagles games, Richard loved hockey especially if Lyle Bradley or Wayne Gretzky was playing. He loved the music of Mickey Newbury and Johnny Cash. He loved his friends: the Listuls, the Montoyas, the Pecks, the Halls, the Bradleys, and the many, many others too numerous too mention here. He loved his wife, our mother, Mary Jo, who preceded him in death and he loved his son Douglas who went before him as well. And he loved us: Dan, David, Richard, Ron and Chris- we saw it in his eyes every single time he looked upon us. Dick was one of the good guys and though the world will continue to turn, it's a world that's just a little less special without our dad. The Haggin family expresses our deepest thanks to those who cared for our father in his final days: the staff at Davis Hospital, Vista Care and the fine folks at McDougal Funeral Homes where friends may gather on Monday evening, March 30, 2009, to celebrate Dick's life from the hours of 6-8 p.m. Funeral services will follow on Tuesday, March 31, 2009 at 12 noon also at McDougal Funeral Home. Interment, Mt. Calvary Catholic Cemetery Mausoleum.
Walter H. "Bud" Hull Sept. 2, 1929 ~ Oct. 21, 2012
Walter H. "Bud" Hull, age 83, passed away on October 21, 2012 after a long illness. Survived by his loving wife, Adele Hull of 61 years who lovingly cared for him until the end. Also survived by his son Danny (Cathy) Hull, daughters Robyn Hull and LeAnn (Jan) Rudelich, 7 grandchildren, 4 great-grandchildren and brother, Larry Hull. He was preceded in death by his parents Edward and Helen Hull and one brother Donald Hull. He loved Swap meets, cars and guns. Bud retired after 32 years of service from the FAA and was a veteran of World War II and Korea. Bud was an organ donor. At his request there will be no service. A family memorial will take place at a later date.
Thomas Moth Iversen
Kenai and Nikiski resident Tom Iversen, died Saturday, July 12, 2008, flying his floatplane over the Alaska wilderness. He was 60. A memorial services and reception in his honor will be held at 10:30 a.m. Saturday, Aug. 2, at Thanksgiving Point, Hidden Falls area in Lehi, Utah. Mr. Iversen was born to Monroe and Flora Iversen in Salt Lake City, Utah. He grew up in Salt Lake and graduated from West High School where his interests included music and football. He attended the University of Utah on a full Presidential Scholarship."Tom fell in love and later married his high school sweetheart Karen Gordon (Luck). They had two beautiful daughters, Lori and Lisa. Together Tom and Karen built two exquisite houses and raised their daughters in a home filled with love and excitement. Tom and Karen were later divorced. Tom met Amanda Stott a fellow adventurer in Hawaii where they were eventually married. Tom and Amanda had a lot in common, such as love of travel, horses, dogs, and fishing Lake Powell. They shared many trips pursuing these interests. They were later divorced," the family said. "Tom discovered his passion for aviation early in life getting his pilot's license and working for the FAA as an air traffic controller since 1967, he retired in 2002. Tom lived his life as the consummate adventurer. He did everything to the extreme including travel, hunting, fishing, basketball and diving. His travels and dive trips took him from Jamaica to the Galapagos Islands. Tom loved deep sea fishing in Mexico and spent his retirement wintering in Belize and summering in his beloved Alaska. Tom was quick to share his adventures with the quip 'just show up!' Tom, it is hard to believe you are gone. We, like your faithful companions, Bonnie and Zipper are still patiently waiting for the sound of your airplane chugging up the runway on your way home." He is survived by his parents; daughters, Lori Fransen and Lisa (Patrick) McCarron; five grandchildren; brothers, Monie Iversen, Leonard (Gail) Iversen; sisters, Janet (Bruce) Ackerson, Cheri (Darrell) Bonzo; and numerous uncles, aunts cousins, nieces, nephews. Arrangements were made by Anchorage Funeral Home.
Surrounded by family, our loving husband, dad and grandpa concluded 87 eventful years, succumbing to complications of Alzheimer's Disease in the early hours of April 26, 2005. Laid to rest at Mountain View Memorial Estates with private family services on Thursday, April 28. Paul is survived by his loving companion and wife Janis, son Richard (Lindsay) and stepson Robert (Mary) Hall, seven grandchildren and ten great grandchildren. Born November 23, 1917 in San Francisco, CA to Paul F. Sr., and Minnie Roselle Pickering. Raised in Oakland then joined the war effort serving from 1941 - 1948, initially with the US Army 7th Infantry, then with the Army Air Corps where he earned his Wings, and flew 35 missions with the 452nd Bomb Group, 731st Squadron, eventually earning the rank of Captain in the stateside Air Transport Command. Worked in Air Traffic Control at the Salt Lake Air Route Center, retiring after 20 years of service in 1971. Paul and Janis enjoyed 50 wonderful and busy years together, and spent a long and prosperous retirement filled with family, travel, golf, more travel, and the company of many friends they made during their journey's together. She provided loving and unselfish care for many years during his illness providing a safe haven for dad in the midst of many challenges. Dad, Honey and Grandpa, we will always love you and our lives are forever enhanced through your example and now, sadly, through your passing. A fitting toast to your memory might be simply stated as, "Keep Your Head On The Swivel!" A gathering to celebrate Paul's life will be held in the near future. Family and friends will be contacted.
David Paul Jenkins 1922 ~1993
Age 71, died Saturday, November 13, 1993. He was born February 2, 1922 in Sugarhouse, Utah to Morgan Reynolds and Marianne Wach Jenkins. Married Ruth Day Beatie, September 28, 1946.David served during World War II as a lieutenant in the United States Army-Signal Corps. He was an original member of the Alaska Communications Command. David retired after 35 years of service to the Federal Aviation Administration. He loved the outdoors, fishing, hunting, and rock hounding. He enjoyed countless hours in pursuit of these activities and was an accomplished jeweler. David is survived by his loving wife Ruth of 47 years; brother, Morgan Reynolds Jenkins, Jr.; children: Mrs. Susan W. (and James) Mabey; David Paul (and Jane) Jenkins, Jr.; Randall Thomas Jenkins; and Cory Wade (and Shirley) Jenkins. He is also survived by 10 grandchildren and two great grandchildren. Also, he leaves behind countless close friends across the country. David was preceded in death by his parents and brother, Frederick Wach (Pete) Jenkins. The family would like to express their thanks to the staff of LDS Hospital-Thoracic Intensive Care Unit for their efforts on David's behalf. Memorial services will be held Thursday, November 18, 1993 at 1 p.m. in the Russon Brothers Bountiful Mortuary, 295 North Main, where friends may call from 11:45 to 12:45 a.m. prior to services. Interment-Bountiful City Cemetery. David, you may rest now, but your high standards will live for generations to come.
Saylor Call Jeppson
Saylor Call Jeppson, age 64, died May 26, 1996 in a Salt Lake City Hospital, after a courageous battle with cancer. He was born August 17, 1931 in Dillon, Montana, son of Jay Carl and Zola Call Jeppson. He worked for the FAA in the Salt Lake Center for 35 years. He was a 20 year member of the Mormon Tabernacle Choir. Along with his wife, he served a mission for the LDS Church in the New York, New York Mission where they served on Bermuda Island and in NYC. He was a US Navy Midshipman in Annapolis and a pilot in the USAF. He is survived by his wife, Cleo Wagstaff Jeppson, Bountiful; children, Gary Jeppson, Sandy; Pamela Rasmussen, Bountiful; Teri Lynn Jones, Saratoga, California; Dennis Griffin, Bountiful; Debra Coleman, Centerville; Jedd Jeppson, Casper, Wyoming; Lisa Olsen, Bountiful, 21 grandchildren, a brother Jay Harold Jeppson, Bountiful. Preceded in death by two children Scott and Jean Marie Jeppson, parents and a brother and sister. Funeral services will be held Thursday, May 30, 1996 at 12 noon in the Bountiful Woodland Hills Ward Chapel 640 South 750 East. Friends may call Wednesday evening from 6-8 p.m. at Russon Brothers Bountiful Mortuary Chapel 295 North Main and Thursday at the church from 10:30-11:30 a.m. prior to the services. Interment in the Bountiful City Cemetery. Loving you forever, Liking you for always, Love and more love to come.
Paul Edward Jerominski "Jerry"
Jerry climbed into his big blue Corsair and flew out over the ocean for his final flight embraced, forever, by the big blue Pacific on November 10, 2010. His journey began on June 26, 1923 in Fort Wayne, IN. He had always had a love for aviation and turned that love into a distinguished military career in the Marine Corp as a Marine Fighter Pilot. Jerry courageously flew in the South Pacific during World War II and the Korean War. After the wars he returned to civilian life as an air traffic controller for the FAA and retired after 38 years of service. The love of Jerry's life wasn't just aviation (and golf), but also Ellen, his loving wife of 63 years. He is survived by wife Ellen, children Leslie and Paul and Meg, the Cat. The family wishes to express gratitude and thanks for the loving and tender care provided by the staff of Highland Care Center. It was Jerry's wish not to have a memorial service. To honor his request the family will be hosting a gathering of friends. Refreshments and drinks will be served. Please join us in the Fellowship hall at Holladay United Church of Christ, 2631 Murray-Holladay Rd., Sat., Nov. 20 between 12-3:00 p.m. In lieu of flowers, the family suggests a donation to a charity of your choice.
Blake Guy Jones 1936 ~ 2015
Blake Guy Jones was born March 23, 1936, in Clawson, Utah, the son of Iva Oviatt and Clifford Jones. He died Jan. 19, 2015, in Heber City after battling cancer for several months. Blake was a confident but modest man whose love for family and friends bolstered many lives through his strength, laughter and knowledge. His Emery County upbringing made him a steadfast Utah native, and though he spent a majority of his life in the Park City, Salt Lake and Heber City areas, his favorite place was the Boulder Mountains of southern Utah. Blake first came to live in Park City as a 5-year-old boy whose father found work in the silver mines, but his family later moved to Salt Lake City. His father died in a industrial accident when Blake was 7 and he and his three sisters were raised by his mother in Sugar House, which at that time was a rural and historic suburb of Salt Lake. Summers and long breaks from school would find Blake back in his grandmother's Emery County home where he would explore and enjoy the backcountry of one of Utah's still remote areas. With his mother's blessings Blake enlisted in the U.S. Marines at the age of 16, and he spent three years as a radio operator during the Korean War. When that conflict ended he came back to the States and worked with the national reserves to fulfill his military service commitment. Much of that time was with the Air National Guard, where he served in a number of capacities until 1998, when he retired as a captain in the U.S. Air Force. Using his radar skills, Blake in 1968 took a job with the Federal Aviation Administration as an air traffic controller in Salt Lake. He held that position until 1981, when he and thousands of other controllers participated in the PATCO strike to protest their employment conditions and packages. Blake rebuilt his business career and became a successful agent with Farmers Insurance, serving Salt Lake and Park City. Blake was father to five children: Clifford (Linda) Jones of Saline, Michigan; Vincent (Beth) Jones of Fort Worth, Texas; Nikki (Eric) Ransom of Westerville, Ohio; Amy Morris of Seattle and Brian (Sarah) Morris of Salt Lake. He has 10 grandchildren and 18 great-grandchildren, all of whom he adored. Blake had three sisters: Barbara Lefler (deceased), Colleen Cory and Kathy Aldred of Salt Lake. Blake and his wife Cathy Maddaloni had front-row seats in the growth of Park City as a major ski and tourist mecca. They joined lives in Park City in 1980 and watched the area develop, living for a time in Park Meadows then moving in the mid-1980s to pastoral land on Old Ranch Road, where they enjoyed the views of the Wasatch Mountains and their dear friends and neighbors. As Park City grew, so did Blake and Cathy's desire for a life change that would take them to Seattle where they operated two pizza franchises. They devoted their time to that business venture from 1997 to 2008, when they retired and moved back to Utah, settling in the Heber Valley. Travel was a hallmark for Blake and Cathy, who visited Turkey, Greece, Italy, Russia, Australia, Scotland, Ireland, Hawaii, Brazil, Argentina, Chile, the Panama Canal, their San Diego getaway, and most importantly, America's National Parks. Blake was a thoughtful man who enjoyed reading and learning about history, particularly the U.S. Civil War and World War II. He was proud of his country yet cast a critical but studied eye toward events and politics. His manner of thought was respectful and mindful of others. He had lifelong friends who will forever cherish their memories of him. Military services will be held Monday, Feb. 9, at 11 a.m. at Camp Williams, where his ashes will be interred. A short reception will be held following the services, and a celebration of his life will be held the following day, Feb. 10, at the Elks Lodge in Park City from 4:30 to 7 p.m. Arrangements have been made with Olpin-Hoopes Funeral Home in Heber City. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Civil War Trust, whose mission is to preserve and protect Civil War Battlefields. Contact the trust at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 800-298-7878.
George M. Kari
KARI George M., died Dec. 28, 1996. He was born Apr 6, 1922 in Scofield, Ut. to Matthew & Ellen Anderson Kari. George served in the U.S. Army Air Corps as a pilot in WWII, and was recalled to fly in the USAF in the Korean War. George married Frances Green, who was a WASP pilot in WWII. They later divorced. He retired from FAA after 20 years as an air traffic controller and an airspace systems inspection pilot. George is survived by his wife, Gertha Kari of OKC; 2 daughters, Dana Green of Boise, Id. & Leslie Kari of Lake Stevens, Wa; 3 granddaughters, Stacie Ryales, Kari Field, & Kristen Green; 3 great grandchildren; 2 sisters, Grace Young & Selma Macari, both of Carpenteria, Ca; and his dog, Prince. George was preceded in death by a brother, Jack Kari & a sister, Lucille Kari. Services will be 2:00 p.m. Friday, Jan. 3, 1997, at Chapel Hill Memorial Gardens Mausoleum. Chapel Hill Funeral Home 8701 NW Exp 721-3182
Louis L. Kearns
Louis L. Kearns was born June 19, 1921 in Gunnison, Utah, the second son of Elmer E. and Carrie Peterson Kearns. He died November 21, 2001 of a cerebral hemorrhage in Las Vegas, Nevada. He spent his early years in the Sugar House area of Salt Lake City enjoying hitching rides on the bumpers of cars in the winter and recovering lost golf balls, polishing them with white shoe polish and selling them to unwary golfers in the summer. He became a U.S. Army aviation cadet in March, 1942 and was commissioned a 2nd Lt and presented with his pilot's silver wings in April, 1943. As a co-pilot in a B-24 Liberator he was shot down over Holland in Nov 1943. He was a POW in Stalag Luft I in Germany for 18 months. He returned to Salt Lake City where he attended the University of Utah, graduating with a BS in Marketing in 1949 after which he did graduate work at the U. of U. In Dec 1946 he married Betty Jo Rainwater. Two lovely red-haired daughters were born to them. This union later ended in divorce. He was employed with American Smelting & Refining and U.S. Rubber before becoming an Air Traffic Controller. For 20 years he helped thousands of travelers safely reach their destinations for which he received several commendations. For many years Louis operated a general insurance agency. He met Ann Jensen Sawyers on a home teaching assignment, and they were married in the Salt Lake LDS Temple May, 1980. They moved to St. George with two step-daughters that same year where Mr. Kearns was prominent in civic affairs. He was President and Lt. Governor of Kiwanis, International and President of the Sons of Utah Pioneers. His greatest delights were spending time with children, grandchildren, his brothers and nephews, and stepchildren. He loved flying, Pine Valley and German shepherds. He is survived by his wife; brother, Lee, Santa Ana, CA; daughters, LaNae Beth Kearns Sharp, Cynthia Lou Kearns Reid; eight grandchildren; six great-grandchildren; four stepchildren; and four nephews. He was preceded in death by his parents; and brother, Lyman. Services will be Fri. Nov 30, 1 p.m., St. George LDS 19th Ward Chapel, 550 E. 700 S. There will be a viewing Sat. Dec 1, 10 a.m., Canyon Rim 4th Ward Chapel, 3051 S. 2900 E, Salt Lake City. Interment, Wasatch Lawn Cemetery. Directors, Metcalf Mortuary (435) 673-4221.
George Walker Kirkpatrick
April 1, 1930 ~ October 22, 2017
George Walker Kirkpatrick, 87, passed away peacefully on October 22, 2017 at the George Wahlen Veterans Home of Alzheimer Disease. He was born April 1, 1930 to Alvin Neeley Kirkpatrick and Virginia Caroline Roddey. He married Shirley Jean McEntire. They had four children and were later divorced. George retired from the U.S. Air Force after 20 years. He also worked for FFA for 10 years and later Mervyns. He married Roxie Lovelace Chittenden on March 17, 1976 in Elko, Nevada. They have been happily married for 41 years. He was a member of the Roy Elks Lodge. His favorite hobby was golfing until he could not any longer. He is survived by his wife Roxie, his children Stephanie Starrett Lihue, Ha; Cynthia Hoskins (Dennis), Kaysville, UT; Michael Kirkpatrick (Marilyn), No. Las Vegas, NV; Martin Kirkpatrick (JaNette), Las Vegas, NV; step-son Raymond Chittenden (Christine), Olla, WA; sister Francis Ann Roberts, FL; 17 grandchildren, 28 great-grandchildren and five great-great-grandchildren. Preceding him in death were his parents and two sisters Mary Ward and Anne Rogers. Dad went to Barrington Place in West Point for about two months. He then transferred over to George Wahlen Veterans Home, Ogden in July, with Bristol Hospice caring for him the last three weeks. The family would like to thank all the doctors, nurses and CNA’s for the tender love and care he received. Graveside services will be held Saturday, October 28, 2017 at 2 p.m. at Lindquist’s Memorial Park at Layton, 1867 No. Fairfield Road. Friends may visit family Saturday from 12:30 to 1:30 p.m. at Lindquist’s Layton Mortuary, 1867 No. Fairfield Road.
Leonard Bruce Klopfenstein 1929 ~ 2016
Leonard Bruce Klopfenstein, (Klop) was born November 25, 1929 in Aberdeen, South Dakota and passed away peacefully in his home in Pendleton, Oregon on March 12, 2016 with loved ones at his side. Leonard was the youngest child of Peter & Florence Klopfenstein, having three brothers, Ralph (deceased), Wayne (Seattle, WA), and Bob (Seattle, WA). Upon graduating from Aberdeen Central High School in 1948, his patriotism and love for his country led him to enlist in the Marine Corps during the Korean Conflict. It was during this time that he was given his life-long nickname "Klop". Klop began his Aviation career as a fueler for an air mechanic in Rapid City, South Dakota. Soon, he was the guy that climbed up on the roof of the hanger, and by hand-set, gave the clear to all incoming and outgoing aircraft. He worked for Western Airlines and later became an Air Traffic Controller at Oakland International. He retired in Aviation Data Processing at Salt Lake City International. During those years, he made a lot of friends, many of which became life-long and considered these relationships special and of great value to him. Klop stayed active all his life. He did his morning exercises without fail, enjoyed his home and gardening, wood working and playing with his "Flight Simulator". Also, he was an avid Utah Jazz fan. He loved solving problems, whether they were mechanical, technical or personal. His methodical approach to all left very few unresolved. Klop considered himself quite the handy-man and would boast about being a "Jack of All Trades", but first and foremost, he was a family man. It was a rare occasion for him to miss a weekend BBQ, family reunion or wedding, often times being called upon to be videographer of the event. Klop was preceded in death by his son Michael KIopfenstein and is survived by sons Monte Beckman (Pendleton, OR), Murray Beckman (Portland, OR), Nick White (Salt Lake City, UT), daughter Jaime Layden (Sandy, UT) and grandchildren Jared, Dale, Levi, Isaac, Walker, Joshua, Megan, Jade and Dylan along with a host of great and great-great grandkids as well. Klop requested to be laid to rest at the Black Hills National Cemetery in Sturgis, South Dakota where he will receive full military honors.
Roy Axel Kounalis March 21, 1928 - Jan 9, 2013
Roy Axel Kounalis died peacefully Thursday morning January 9, 2013 at Heritage Park Care Center. Born in Salt Lake City Utah to Spiro Kounalis and Blenda Bergstrom Kounalis. Roy attended school at Liberty Elementary, Bryant Jr. High, before graduating from East High School. He married Sally Louise Carter June 27, 1961. They were later divorced. Together they had one son, Scot. Roy served in the United States Air Force. He later attended weather and air traffic control school in Oklahoma. He went on to become an air traffic controller with the F.A.A. He worked at LAX, SLC, Ogden Hinckley, Ely, Malad, and St. Croix U.S.V.I. before retiring from Cheyenne, Wyoming. Roy loved hunting, fishing and traveling with his son. Roy was always active and on the go. Right to the end of his life. Roy is survived by son, Scot Kounalis, Bridgette whom he referred to as daughter of mine, brother Byron and sister Katherine. Preceded in death by father, Spiro, and mother, Blenda, sister Ellen and brothers John, Odis, Loyd, Ray his twin and George. There will be an open house to celebrate Roy's life at Scot and Bridgette's home, 1962 N. 2950 W., Plain City, UT. January 25, 2014, 11 am - 3 pm, for relatives and friends. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Alzheimer's Research, 225 N. Michian Ave. FL 17, Chicago, IL 60601 or American Cancer Research, 55 Broadway, Floor 1802, New York City, N.Y. 10001. Cremation under the direction of Leavitt's Mortuary, 836 36th St., Ogden, UT. Please send the family your condolences at www.leavittsmortuary.com