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201 Carol Moody, 78, passed away on Sunday, December 12, 2010, in Phoenix Ore. She was born in Medford, Ore., on September 15, 1932, to Thomas and Verda Edsall. She is survived by brother, Alvin Edsall, of San Diego, Calif.; and sister, Bernice Florey, of Eagle Point, Ore.
Carol graduated from Medford High School in 1950, and then married Mel Rose. She had three children, Larry Rose, of Medford, Ore., Linda (Robert) Durrer, of Madera, Calif., and Diana (Myrl) Jacobsen, of Central Point, Ore. On February 1, 1969, she married Earl Moody, of Medford, Ore. Then her family grew with his children, Paula Moody, of Phoenix, Ore., and Gary Moody, of Medford, Ore. Paula had been Carol's angel on earth, taking care of her the last few years. Carol has nine grandchildren, nine great-grandchildren; and two great great-grandchildren.
Carol worked for Harry and David for 45 years in the packing of pears and roses. She loved to travel with Earl in his truck and see the country. With Earl's passing in 2003, Carol devoted her time to all her grandchildren and family, helping us to keep focus on what life is all about. She always had a smile and a word of comfort in our times of need.
Edsall, Carol Alene (I8057)
202 Etta Zelma Grow West age 92 passed away August 5, 2012 of natural causes.
Etta was born in Wanship, Utah on November 24, 1919, the daughter of Lawrence Henry Grow and Thressa Matilda Vernon Grow. She grew up in Wanship, where she attended school and graduated from high school in 1938.
Etta married Arthur D. West March 20, 1940 in the Salt Lake Temple. She was active in the LDS Church, serving faithfully in many callings: as a Visiting Teacher, Young Women's Program and Relief Society. The calling she liked best was working with the young women and teaching the young men to dance. Shea was an excellent painter; many of her paintings hung on the walls of her home and in the homes of her children. Her paintings included portraits of her grandchildren.
Etta is survived by her five children, Darth G. (Michele) West, Pocatello, ID; LorEtta (Frank) Hall, Hailey, ID; Carson (Joan) West, Las Vegas, NV; Arlen (Debra) West, Idaho Falls, ID; Arthur (Pam) West, Hailey, ID; 18 grandchildren, and 25 great-grandchildren.
Etta was preceded in death by her husband, Arthur D. West; her parents, Lawrence and Thressa Grow; one brother, Lawrence Raymond Grow; two sisters, Peninnah Loraine Grow Green and Afton Marie Grow Dansie.
The West family would like to thank Caring Hearts Extended Care Facility and staff; and the Wilks Funeral Home for their services.
Grow, Etta Zelma (I1426)
203 Ned G. Worthen "His family is his treasure" MAGNA- Ned G. Worthen (74) lost his battle with cancer surrounded by his family on July 16, 2009. Ned was born on July 11, 1935 in Panguitch, Utah, son of Charles Grow and Sara Lena Neilson Worthen. He married Doris "Fay" Miller Worthen on August 25, 1954, their marriage was later solemnized in the Salt Lake LDS temple. Ned retired from Kennecott Copper. He enjoyed camping, fishing, hunting, and doing all sorts of crafts. His family was his life, he was a wonderful husband, dad, grandpa, brother and friend. He is survived by his soul mate Doris "Fay" Worthen, children: Chuck (Linda) Worthen, Jeannine (Fred) Rasband, Bill (Kellie) Worthen and Brenda Worthen Campbell, 14 grand kids and 21 great grand kids, sisters: Cora Worthen Campbell and Sara Worthen Butcher. Preceded in death by his parents, two brothers: Earlin Worthen and Ray Worthen, and two great grandsons Tyler Johnson and Kyle Rasband. Funeral Services will be held 1 p.m., Wednesday, July 22, 2009 at the Spencer 1st Ward, 8058 West 2700 South, Magna. Viewings will be 6-8 p.m., Tuesday, July 21, at Peel Funeral Home, 8525 West 2700 South and 12-12:45 p.m. prior to services at the church. Interment: Valley View Memorial Park.
Published in Deseret News on 7/19/2009
Worthen, Ned G. (I7579)
204 Bettylu Ida Cowan Grow, 52, 1132 Concord St., died Nov. 26, in a Salt Lake Hospital of natural causes.
Born July 20, 1921, in Salt Lake City to Louis James and Clarissa Rasmussen Cowan. Married Walter D. Grow September 13, 1939 in Salt Lake City.
Survivors: husband, sons, daughter. Gerald D., St. Louis, MO; William E., Mrs. John (Betty) Orwin, Scott C., all Salt Lake City; 4 grandchildren; brother,sisters, James, Mrs. Raymond (Clare) Irvine, Mrs. Frank (Lois) Brunyer, JoDean, Mrs. Charles (Barbara) Brumley, all Salt Lake City; Mrs. Cliff (Gayle) Pearl, Elko, Nev.
Funeral Wednesday noon, 260 East South Temple, where friends may call Tuesday 4-6 pm, hour prior to service.
Salt Lake Tribune November 27, 1973
Cowan, Bettylu Ida (I4702)
205 Born in Garfield, Utah. Son of Harold R. and Clara Swanger Grow.
Married Betty Jean Hayes August 30, 1954. Together raised William L. Grow and Connie J. Grow in Magna, Utah.
Served three years in the U.S. Navy on five different vessels during World War II.
Played softball for Larry Miller Toyota. Inducted into the Utah Softball Hall of Fame in 1984.
Retired from Kennecott Copper after 37 years.
Survived by daughter Connie J. Grow-Carlin; six grandchildren and six great grandchildren.
Service held Monday, September 24, 2007
Grow, Jack Lamar (I1266)
206 Carl Rudolph Kaeser, 84, of Grants Pass died Friday, July 10, 1998, at Three Rivers Community Hospital's Dimmick campus.
Graveside services will be at 2 p.m. Wednesday at Hawthorne Memorial Gardens with Rev. Todd Molinari of St. Anne Catholic Church officiating. Chapel of the Valley Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.
He was born Sept. 24, 1913, in Salt Lake City, Utah. During World War II, he served with the U.S. Army. On Dec. 7, 1935, he married the former Mildred Greenley in Los Angeles. He worked for the Los Angeles Water and Power Company as a heavy duty truck driver for 25 years until his retirement. He moved to Grants Pass in 1974 from Monterey Park, Calif.
Kaeser was a life member of the American Legion.
He was a skilled craftsman in both leather and wood, and he also enjoyed fishing, camping and traveling in his RV.
In addition to his wife, survivors include a daughter Margaret Valdez of North El Monte, Califo.; three brothers, Keith Kaeser of Menifee, Calif.; Lynn Kaeser of Ventura, Calif.; and Gerald Kaeser of LaVerne, Calif.; one grandchild; and several nieces and nephews.
Kaeser, Carl Rudolph (I6324)
207 Charles Grow Worthen, 69, 246 W. 3680 South, died April 9, 1974, in a Salt Lake hospital of natural causes.
Born Aug. 28, 1904, Panguitch to Henry Grow and Laura Jane Cameron Worthen. Married Sarah Lena Neilson June 21, 1924, Panguitch; solemnized Salt Lake LDS Temple. Retred repairman, Kennecott Copper Corp., 18 years.
Survivors; wife; sons, daughters, Charles R., Hunter; Nells E., Salt Lake City; Ned G., Granger; Mrs. Encora Montague, Salem, Utah County; Mrs. Melvin L. (Sarah Lena) Butcher, Sandy; 31 grandchildren; 30 great-grandchildren; brothers, sisters, Henry C., Lehi; Joseph C.,Mrs. George (Almina) Frandsen, both Kearns; Don, Panguitch; Mrs. Eva England, Tooele; Mrs. Ralph (Althea)Fredricks, Marysvale, Piute County; Mrs. Allen F. (Lillis) Alttchuler, Salt Lake City.
Funeral Thursday 1 p.m., 36 E. 7th South, where friends call Wednesday 6-8 p.m. Thursday prior to services. Burial Lake Hills Memorial Park.

Salt Lake City Tribune, April 10, 1974
Died at Holy Cross Hospital following heart surgery.

Grandpa saw tremendous changes during his life. He went from raising sheep, to a mill operator at Kennecott. He loved his family and always had an apple and a hug. He was always ready to go fishing or just for a ride to buy an ice cream cone. Charlotte Woten
Worthen, Charles Grow (I1174)
208 Chrystal Dastrup Brown, age 83, passed away November 4, 2002.
Chrystal was born in Richfield, Utah, April 4, 1919 to Ole and Ethel Stringham Dastrup. She was sealed to Dale Stevens Brown November 9, 1940 in the Salt Lake Temple and was married almost 55 years, when he preceded her in death on September 12, 1995 at the age of 78. She was a loving wife and caregiver to her husband for many, many years.
She is survived by her five children: Dale S. (Karen), Sherlyn Dee Brown Marks, Dwight D. (Beverlee), David D. (Laura), and Douglas D. (Lynn). She has an extensive posterity of 17 grandchildren and 17 great-grand-children. She is also survived by her sister, Marge Hubert (Frank), who reside in San Bernardino, CA. Chrystal and Marge's brother, Ward S. Dastrup, recently passed away on October 1, 2002. Marge will miss the loving association she had with both her sister and brother who passed away within weeks of each other.
Chrystal and her husband, Dale, served faithfully and actively in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints for many, many years, and both had strong and abiding testimonies of the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Among other positions, Chrystal has been a Relief Society president three times and has served twice as a Primary president. Later in life, she served as the Compassionate Service Leader in Relief Society and was called upon many times to render service to others in need, even outside her ward boundaries. She was known as a woman of great faith in her Heavenly Father and her Savior. She demonstrated her love to others by her continual acts of service that were, inherently, a part of her giving and loving nature.
She has been a wonderful daughter, sister, wife, mother, grandmother, great-grandmother, and friend. She has said many times that the most precious years of her life were when she was raising her children. During her healthier years, she would have wonderful dinners and holiday celebrations for her family. We will remember, appreciate, and cherish those loving memories of her, as she bonded our family together during those times.
In her later years, she has resided in Parklane Manor and Brighton Gardens, where she received tender, loving care. She will be well remembered by the staff in both assisted-living centers for her kindness and friendship she extended to them and to the other residents as well. Her compassionate and loving nature will be missed by her family and friends, whose lives she truly has touched. However, we have the peaceful reassurance that she now has returned to her Heavenly Father and has been reunited with her sweetheart and eternal companion and other treasured members of her family.
Funeral services will be held Friday, November 8, 2002 at 12:00 noon, at the Parleys 5th Ward, 2615 E. Stringham Ave. (2287 S). Family and friends may visit Thursday evening from 6 to 8 p.m. at Larkin Mortuary, 260 E. South Temple, and one hour prior to services on Friday at the ward. Interment, Salt Lake City Cemetery.
Dastrup, Chrystal (I4598)
209 Clifta Ione Knight Johnson passed away Saturday, April 12, 2008 at the age of 86. She was born Dec. 14, 1921 to Charles and Elsie Knight in Randlett. Clifta lived in the Uintah Basin all of her life. She married Eldon (Jiggs) Johnson Dec. 15, 1939 and they lived up Deep Creek all their married life. They have two sons, Lloyd and Don.
Clifta was a very caring and giving person. She loved everyone, and everyone loved her. She has now gone to be with her husband, parents, siblings, and other relatives that she has greatly missed. Her family and friends are going to deeply miss her, but know that she is now healthy and happy. She was very active in the Lapoint Ward.
Clifta is survived by sons, Loyd Johnson of Ogalalla, Neb.; Don (Joyce) Johnson of Vernal; grandchildren, Pam (Randy) Dumse of Winnsboro, Texas; Darren Johnson and Marianne (Branden) Bowden of Vernal; and one sister, Lillie Richards, Vernal. She has six great-grandchildren, Lexy and Brock Bowden, Donovan Johnson, Penny, Kevin and Kirby Sator. She also has one great-great-granddaughter, Korrigan.
Clifta was preceded in death by husband; parents; sisters, Vera, Millie and Lillian; brothers, Glen and Harvey; and one great-grandson, Denim Gage Johnson.
Funeral Services will be Wednesday, April 16, at 11 a.m. at the Lapoint Ward Chapel. Viewing was Tuesday, April 15, from 6 to 8 p.m. at Blackburn Mortuary. Burial will be at the Lapoint Cemetery under the direction of Blackburn Vernal Mortuary.
Vernal Express, April 10, 2008
Knight, Clifta Ione (I2193)
210 David M. Fry, 93, of Buena Vista, died January 27, 2016. David is survived by his wife of 70 years, Bennie Fry; daughter Penny Fry Mendheim (Dudley) of Jacksonville, FL; son Dr. David M. Fry, Jr. (Linda) of Montgomery, AL; son Rich Fry (Stephanie) of Salem, OR; six grandchildren and 14 great-grandchildren.
David was born in Taft, California, April 11, 1922 to Malcolm and Sara Fry. He is predeceased by both parents and his younger brother, Richard, who was killed in the invasion of Guam, 1944. David served his country through three wars. During WWII he was a fighter pilot in the European theater and was a Prisoner of War in Germany. During the Viet Nam War he flew reconnaissance missions over Viet Nam, out of Thailand. David retired from the USAF in November, 1976, after 34 years of service and moved to Buena Vista at that time.
David was a Mason, serving as Worshipful Master of Lyon Lodge, Independence, Oregon three times. He was a member of many Veterans Organizations. David was an avid hunter and fisherman, but he loved working on his farm.
The family would like to thank David's caregivers at Brookstone Memory Care Center, Salem, OR, for their loving care over the last four years.
Interment will be at the Willamette National Cemetery, Portland, OR, with full military honors. There will be a celebration of David's life at a future date. Farnstrom Mortuary is caring for the family. Memories and condolences at FarnstromMortuary.com. - See more at: http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/statesmanjournal/obituary.aspx?pid=177511339#sthash.4Xy87DFC.dpuf 
Fry, Lt. Col. David Malcolm (I6896)
211 Dorothy E. Rowley, 70, died June 29, 1999 at her Klamath Falls residence.
Mrs. Rowley was born in Madras to Fred and Marie Ann (Goodbout) Akins.
She married Harvey Rowley on Feb. 11, 1947, in Ashland.
She worked in a cafe at Fish Lake for two years and at Sheepy Ridge resort and El Rancho Resort during the tourist season.
She lived in Madras, Ashland and Klamath Falls.
Mrs. Rowley enjoyed fishing, camping, especially in Jenny Creek Canyon, and mushroom hunting. She was also a television buff.
Survivors include her sons, David Rowley of Keno and Larry Rowley of Belgium; daughter, Sharon Farmer of Modesto, Calif.; 10 grandchildren; and 21 great-grandchildren.
She was preceded in death by her husband in 1968.
Eternal Hills in charge of arrangements.
Atkins, Dorothy Evelyn (I3046)
212 Dorothy Jensen Gayman, 78, left us on Friday, Jan. 25, 2002, at a local care center, to be with her eternal companion, Haroldean, again.
She was the fourth of six children born to Wilmer C. and Isabel Grow Jensen in Huntsville, Utah, April 1, 1923. She attended school in Huntsville and Ogden, graduating from Weber High School in 1942. She has also attended Weber college and Ogden Business College. She had worked as receptionist for the Weber County Commission and as reserve librarian at Weber College.
Dorothy was married to Haroldean Gayman on Sept. 5, 1952, in the Salt Lake LDS Temple by President David O. McKay. They moved to Preston, Idaho, after their marriage when she became a homemaker and long-time secretary for Utah Power and Light Company.
Active in the church for most of her life, she taught in the Sunday School and Primary from age 16-60. She was secretary to three bishops in the Preston Seventh Ward, doing correspondence, publishing and the weekly bulletins and preparing pamphlets for ward members. She and Harold served on the Genealogy Committee doing research on family and serving as examiners of the four-generation sheets for many years. She had been a visiting teacher most of her adult life.
Dorothy enjoyed working in the community, an active member of the Daughters of the Utah Pioneers and a Pink Lady at the Franklin County Care Center,organizing birthday parties for resident.
Harold died Jan. 12, 1988, in Preston. Dorothy was also preceded in death by her parents and brothers, Keith Jensen and Douglas Jensen. Surviving are sisters Beth (William) Gibson of San Antonio, Texas; Joan (Dwayne) Pace of Wanship and Kathryn (Richard) Ensign of Huntsville and 16 nephews and nieces.
Funeral services were held Tuesday, Jan. 29, at Larkin & Sons Mortuary. Friends visited with family Tuesday morning. Burial followed at the Franklin Idaho Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, contributions to your chapter of the Daughters of the Utah Pioneers are suggested.
The Preston Citizen
Jensen, Dorothy (I2042)
213 Douglas Bert Fairless passed away on August 27, 2011 at age eighty-six.
He was born in Salt Lake City on May 31, 1925 to Bert Fairless and Hazel Miller Fairless. Graduated from Granite High School.
Entered the U.S. Army in 1943 serving in the Pacific on Okinawa as a Combat Medical Aid. He received the Purple Heart, the Bronze Star, and the Combat Medical Badge.
Returned home in 1946 and met his future wife, Marilyn Fuller. Doug and Marilyn were married in October 1946. He retired in 1981 from Sperry Univac.
Survived by his wife of nearly sixty-five years and two sons Russ (Linda) Fairless, and Hal (Jeanette) Fairless; grandchildren Kimberly, Chad, Michael, Stephen great grandchildren Hilary, Courtney, Riley.
We wish to thank the personnel at Sandy Regional Care and Debbie and Heather from Summit Hospice care.
The family will meet with friends in a casual, informal gathering in the Courtyard Room at Larkin Sunset Gardens, 1950 East Dimple Dell Road (10600 South), on Saturday, September 3, 2011 between 2:00 to 3:00 p.m. after which the ashes will be interred in the Larkin Sunset Gardens Mausoleum.
Published in the Salt Lake Tribune on September 1, 2011.
Fairless, Douglas Bert (I2512)
214 Duane Hall was born Dec. 8, 1930 to Emmett A. Hall and Irene Wilcoxson, the third of seven children. Duane attended school at both Central and Maeser Elementaries. He graduated in 1948 from Uintah High. Duane, his twin brother Wayne, and Holt Wardle started the wrestling program in 1946 at Uintah High School.
After graduating from high school, Duane enlisted in the United States Air Force. He served four years, two years of that time in Korea. Upon returning from military service, he married his high school sweetheart, Merlene McNeill, on Nov. 1, 1952. Later they were sealed in the Salt Lake Temple of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. They have four children.
Duane and Merlene owned Duane Hall Trucking for 17 years. They had a large fleet of water trucks servicing oil companies in Utah, Wyoming, Nevada, Idaho, California, and Colorado.
Duane started the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 5560 in 1989 in Vernal. He planned and designed the Veteran War Memorial on the Uintah County Building lawn. Duane, along with Bob Williams, brought the helicopter near the memorial. He served as the Commander of the VFW Post for 19 years. In Sept. 2009, for health reasons, he resigned.
Duane loved playing his guitar with his daughter, Sharlene, and his friends. He played and sang at many community programs and funerals.
Duane is a member of the LDS Church. He held several callings. He did much good both public and private when he served as Elders Quorum President. He served on the Uintah County Care Center Board for several years. He was a member of the Vernal Roping Club when it was started in 1953. He also served on the Selective Service Board.
Duane loved the American flag and all it symbolized. He gave many flags away. He enjoyed talking to anyone who had been in the service of our country. Duane wrote and published a book on his years serving our country in the Korean War.
He was passionately devoted to his family, grandchildren and great grandchildren and it was his joy to have them come around.
Duane was preceded in death by his parents and siblings Wayne and his wife Jackie, Weldon, Dennis, and Kathryn. He is survived by his wife, Merlene Hall; and children: Clark D. (Beverly) Hall of Vernal; Stacy (Cathy) Hall of Provo; Sharlene (Sam) Howard of Vernal; and Lt. Col. Mitchell (Faye) Hall of Lake Point, Utah. He had 13 grandchildren and seven great grandchildren.
He is also survived by siblings Gratton (Betty) Hall, sister-in-law Margie Hall, brother-in-law Kent Jackson, Buck (Glena) Hall, Bill (Jolene) Carter, Gaytha (Maury) Morningstar, and many nieces and nephews.
Funeral services will be held on Thurs., March 4, at the Vernal 6th Ward Chapel, 850 West 100 North, at 11 a.m. There will be a viewing Wed., March 3, in the Relief Society Room at the church from 6-8 p.m. and one hour prior to services in the same place.
Arrangements by Blackburn Vernal Mortuary. Compassionate services by Vernal 6th Ward Relief Society. Published in Uintah Basin Standard from March 2 to March 8, 2010
Hall, Duane (I7857)
215 Edith V. Holder, 85 of Oregon House died July 30, 2002 at Emmanuel Care Center in Yuba City.
Born in Magna, Utah, she was a Yuba-Sutter resident for 13 years. She was a production supervisor for Smith-Kline Instruments for 10 years and a member of the church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and the Lake Francis Grange.
Survivors include a daughter, Dee Garland of Oregon House; a brother Martin Mason of Mendota; three grandchildren and 12 great-grandchildren.
Services: Visitation will be held from 1 to 8 p.m. Thursday at Lipp and Sullivan Funeral Chapel. A graveside service is scheduled at 11 a.m. Friday at Keystone Cemetery in Dobbins.
Mason, Edith Virginia (I7388)
216 Emily Grow Dixon, 67, wife of Harvey Dixon of Palo Alto, Calif., former Ogden resident, died Monday in Pal Alto at the home of a daughter, Mrs. Ernest Coubling.
She was born in Huntsville, Nov. 20, 1875, a daughter of Charles and Elizabeth Langlois Grow. Her early life was spent i Salt Lake City, later in Afton, Wyo., where she married Harvey Dixon. They resided there 17 years, then moved to Hagerman, Idaho. After a short period they moved to Ogden, where they resided for 23 years. She was a member of the L.D.S. church and Relief society teacher.
She was the mother of 14 children, 10 of who survive. She is also survived by her husband; 23 grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. Children surviving are: Riley G. Dixon, Riverside; William Wilkinson Dixon, Montpelier, Idaho; Elwood G. Dixon, Ogden; Harold G. Dixon, Ogden; Harold G. Dixon, Tremonton; Mrs. A.B. Jackson, Mrs. G.C. Fowler, Mrs.Dean Drysdale and Mrs. K.R. Hunt, all of Ogden; Mrs. Ernest Coubling, Palo Alto, Calif.; Mrs. Wayne Schofield, Chico, Calif.; one sister, Mrs. Maria Yeaman, Ogden.
Funeral services will be conducted Thursday at one p.m. in Lindquist & Sons' Colonial funeral chapel. Friends may call at the residence of a daughter, Mrs. K. R. Hunt 2922 Childs, Wednesday from three to nine p.m. and at the chapel Thursday from eleven a.m. until time of service.
Grow, Emily Sarah (I312)
217 FRUIT HEIGHTS ? Faith Slater Burton, 98, passed away Tuesday, September 4, 2007.
She was born April 13, 1909 in Harrisville the daughter of Samuel and Sadie Grow Slater.
Faith married Gerald Wm. Burton on October 27, 1928 in Ogden. He preceded her in death in October 1976.
She was a member of the LDS Church.
Faith was a loving and devoted mother and grandmother. She loved to bake cookies and cakes for her children and grandchildren. Faith played the piano by ear.
Surviving are her son Keith (Betty) Burton, Alamo, NV; daughters Fawn Darrohn Jensen, Layton; Sherrie (Max) Kennedy, Apple Valley, CA; 13 grandchildren, 24 great-grandchildren, 23 great-great-grandchildren, one great-great-great-grandchild and her very good friend of many years Verdun Jensen.
Preceded in death by her husband Gerald, son Wayne Burton, seven great-grandchildren, one brother, one sister and one step-sister.
Funeral services will be held Saturday, September 8, 2007 at 11 a.m. at Lindquist's Kaysville Mortuary, 400 North Main. Friends and family may call Friday from 6 to 8 p.m. and Saturday from 9:45 to 10:45 a.m. at the mortuary.
Interment, Ogden City Cemetery.
This obituary is provided by Lindquist's Mortuary.
Slater, Faith Elizabeth (I2272)
218 Funeral services for Leo Grow, 79 former contractor and son of Henry Grow, architect of the l.D.S. tabernacle in Salt Lake City, will be conducted Monday at 2 p.m. in the Evans & Early mortuary chapel. Former bishop Alvin Beesley of the Fourteenth L.D.S. ward will be in charge. Burial will be in City cemetery.
A member of the L.D.S. church he constructed many L.D.S. church edifices and other buildings. He died Thursday following a brief illness at his home on South Main Street.
Leo Grow, 79, former contractor and son of the architect of the Salt Lake City L. D. S. tabernacle, died following a brief illness Thursday at his home, 34 South Main street.
Mr. Grow was born in Salt Lake City, August 1, 1858, a son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Grow. His father designed bridges over the Weber and Jordan rivers and was commissioned by Brigham Young to draw plans for the Salt Lake tabernacle.
Following in his father's footsteps, the younger Mr. Grow was the contractor for many building projects in the west among which were numerous L. D. S. ward chapels. He was a member of the L. D. S. church.
Surviving are his widow, Mrs. Elizabeth Jenkins Grow, Salt Lake City; a son, Herald Grow, Los Angeles; ten daughters, Mrs. George Miller, Salt Lake City; Mrs. J. M. Mason, Mrs. H. Stoddard, Mrs. C. Kayser, Mrs. M. Kemp, Mrs. Z. Hixon, Los Angeles; Mrs. E. Smiles, Washington; Mrs. H. Hurlburst, Oklahoma; Mrs. N. Hyman and Mrs. J. O'Rourke, Rhode Island; 23 grandchildren; three greatgrandchildren, and a sister. Mrs. Josephine Scott, Salt Lake City.

Grow, George Leo (I241)
219 Funeral services were conducted in the Wellington ward chapel on Sunday afternoon for the late Clarence LeRoy Bentley, who died in the Price hospital on Wednesday evening of a lingering illness. Bishop Grant Gerber conducted the services, which included the following numbers, "In the Garden," sang by the choir, with Mrs. Della Thayn playing the accompaniment on the organ and Lorenzo Peterson directing. Clement Atwood offered the invocation. The choir then sang, "Oh My Father" with Mrs. Charles Bradshaw singing the solo on the verses. Mrs. W. Earl Stoddard was the first speaker. He has been a close neighbor to Mr. Bentley for the past five years and spoke on their joyful associations together as friends and neighbors. He said that Clair was born in Minersville in 1905 and had lived in Parowan and Duchesne before coming to Carbon county.
Mrs. Edith Olson of Price then sang, "A Perfect Day," with piano accompaniment by Mrs. Thayn, after which Mr. Cloye Peterson spoke. Among other things, Mrs. Peterson mentioned what a beautiful singer Mr. Bentley had been, and recalled to mind the hundreds of times he had come willingly to sing in funerals as well as numerous other occasions. The concluding song by the choir was "I'll Go Where You Want Me to Go, Dear Lord," and Lorenzo Peterson offered the benediction.
The grave was dedicated by Joseph Bunderson. Internment was in the Wellington Cemetery under the direction of the Wallace Mortuary.
Clarence LeRoy Bentley was born in Minersville on September 28, 1905, a son of Henry and Cora Bentley. He is survived by his widow, Sarah Hall Bentley, five children, Don Peterson of Ferron, a son by a former marriage, Edith Elizabeth, Rondy and Fred Bentley, all of Wellington, his parents and one sister, Frankie Bentley Olson of Wellington, four other sisters, Nell B Marinaro, and Erris Rosalie B. Heaton of San Bruno, California, Rachel D. (?)derson of Dragerton and Ruth Joann Noyes of Price, and one brother, Earl Bentley of Arko, Idaho.
Relatives from out-of-town who came for the services included Mrs. George Myers, Mrs. Ethel Myers, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Myers, LaRue Myers Thompson, Rachel Myers, Vida Myers and Mrs. Albatine Roberts, all of Minersville, Ellis and Janie Bentley, Dee Norton, Miss. Jetta Arden, Adele Mathison and Joy and Gaylen Bayles of Parowan, Mrs. Barbara Oviatt and Mrs. LaRaine Clair of Price. These people are all relatives of the deceased's parents.
From Pleasant Grove, Mrs. Henry C. Hall, father of the widow, Sarah Hall Bentley, came for the services, also three of her brothers, Grant, Arthur and Albion Hall and their wives, and two nephews, Jay and Iowa Hall. On Sunday evening following the services, Mrs. Bentley and her four children returned to Pleasant Grove with her father for a visit. The Halls are former residents of Wellington and are well known here. 
Bentley, Clarence Leroy (I7833)
220 Harvey Dixon, 87, 3005 Jackson, died Tuesday at the home of a daughter, Mrs. Allyn Jackson, 5498 S. 1050 W. Riverdale.
Mr. Dixon was born Aug. 16, 1874, in Clifton, Idaho, a son of Harvey and Kittie E. Pritchet Dixon. He was married to Emily Sarah Grow on Aug. 1, 1893, in Star Valley, Wyo. They received endowments in the Lgoan Temple on June 121, 1895. She died Sept. 9, 1943. He was married to Hermina Teussher on May 10, 1951.
He had been employed by General Mills Co. During his youth he lived in Star Valley, Wyo., later moving to Manard and Rupert, Idaho, where he operated a mercantile store. In 1920 he came to Ogden. He had also been a cattle rancher in Idaho.
He was a member of the Seventeenth Ward and a high priest in the Mount Ogden Stake. He was bishop in the Marnard, Idaho, Ward for 13 years.
Surviving are his widow, three sons and six daughters, Riley G. Dixon, Dugway; Elwood G. Dixon, Harold G. Dixon, both of Ogden; Mrs. Allyn (Virginia) Jackson, Mrs. Jerold (Myrle) Fowler, both of Riverdale; Mrs. Ernest (Beulah) Coublucq, Polo Alto, Calif.; Mrs. Dean (Grace) Drysdale, Mrs. Kenneth (Wanda) Hunt, both of Ogden; Mrs. Arthur (Katherine) Schofield, Danville, Calif.; 34 grandchildren, 33 great-grandchildren, two brothers, two sisters, four half brothers and three half sisters.
Funeral services will be held Saturday at 3 p.m. in Lindquist and Sons Colonial Chapel with Bishop Glenn Thomas conducting, Friends may call at the mortuary Friday from 7 to 9 p.m. and Saturday prior to services. Interment in Ogden City Cemetery. 
Dixon, Harvey Jr. (I452)
221 Helen Jeanne Morriss was born on February 8, 1928 in Salt Lake City, Utah to Theodore Melvin Morriss, Jr. and Helen Charlotte Parker. Jeanne was always proud that she was the great granddaughter of Henry Grow who was the architect of the Salt Lake Tabernacle. And she was the great granddaughter of the noted pioneers to Bountiful, Utah, Thomas Frederick and Sarah Ann (Smith) Fisher.

At age eight Jeanne was baptized on June 6, 1936 in the tabernacle in Temple Square. From the age of nine Jeanne became an accomplished pianist. At the early age of seven she began writing poems, becoming prolific as she grew up. Many were the recipients of her thought-provoking and often humorous works. Her writings will be cherished forever. Jeanne grew up in Salt Lake and lived there through high school graduating at age sixteen with honors from South High School. With the fastest typing and shorthand speeds in her school, Jeanne was at the top of her class in stenography and shorthand. She worked as a stenographer after high school for the Prudential Insurance Company. Her youth was spent being active in the LDS church. She was born a beautiful child and grew to be a stunning woman with grace and wisdom along with great humor.

Jeanne instantly fell in love with the newly returned serviceman, Garn Tom Stanworth, on a blind date in 1946; the end of WWII. A year later they married on February 6, 1947 in Salt Lake City, Utah in her mother's home on McClelland Street. He was the love of her life. As members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints they were sealed in the Salt Lake Temple on January 10, 1950. Jeanne and Garn lived at Stadium Village near the campus of the University of Utah when Garn was going to college. Upon graduation in 1950, they moved to Southern California where they and their five children lived in the Hemet-San Jacinto Valley for twenty years. They had two girls and three boys, Linda (born October 5, 1947), Robert Garn (Bob)(born June 5, 1949), Helen Marie (born August 4, 1950), William (Bill) (born December 2, 1951) and Paul M (born November 18, 1953). Jeanne was extremely involved during those years in the community with the Jr. Women's Club, serving as president and in her church as Young Women's President of the Hemet Ward. She was a dedicated homemaker; never missing a recital or game or activity her children were in. Her greatest joy and accomplishments were her family as they brought her the greatest satisfaction.

When most of her children were grown she worked as receptionist in a dental office for a few years to help pay for her son's missions. In the early seventies she and Garn moved to Blythe, California where they lived for twenty-eight years. For several years in the eighties Jeanne worked as Office Manager in her husband's plant and soil analysis laboratory, Stanworth Crop Consultants. She was Relief Society President in her ward and very involved as a teacher in the church's young women's program all the years she was in Blythe. Her husband, a professional photographer as well as entomologist, gave her the first camera she had when she was in her fifties. Jeanne became an excellent photographer, winning the highest awards at the Blythe Fair many years in a row. She also accompanied Garn to his photo shoots as his assistant for years. Garn was a professional pilot and together she and Garn were able to fly to see many of their children's and grandchildren's endeavors as well as enjoyable holidays and vacations. They enjoyed traveling around the United States, Mexico and the Caribbean.

Upon Garn's retirement they moved to St. George, Utah in 1998. Jeanne passed away suddenly on December 15, 2001 at the age of seventy-three in St. George, Utah at the IHC Regional Medical Center. Her unexpected death from pneumonia due to very poor doctor care was a crushing blow to all of her family and those who knew her. Garn had lost his sweetheart and the love of his life. She was taken much too soon. At the time of her death they had been married for fifty-four years. They had their five children, twenty-five grandchildren and thirteen great grandchildren. Jeanne's two dear half-sisters, Patricia Martin and Donna Beals, were left behind. Her funeral was held on December 19, 2001 at 11:00am at the Morningside Stake Center, in St. George with her burial at the Hurricane City Cemetery in Hurricane, Utah.
Morriss, Helen Jeanne (I1647)
222 Helen Mary Horne Grow, 73, 1633 E. 900 South, died Dec. 29 in a Salt Lake hospital of natural causes.
Born July 25, 1900, Granger, to William Joseph and Ellen Larilla Little Horne. Married Joseph Henry Grow, Dec. 12, 1923, Salt Lake LDS Temple. Retired employee, Auerbach Co. Member DUP, Salt Lake Mothers Club.
Survivors: husband, son, daughter, Richard William, Salt Lake City; Mrs. Fred (Beverly) Stephan, Vancouver, Wash; sister, Mrs. Alonzo (Anne) Mackay; brother, Joseph Feromorz Horne, both Salt Lake City; 6 grandchildren; 2 great-grandchildren.
Funeral Wednesday noon, Bonneville LDS Ward Chapel, 1535 Bonneview Dr., where friends call 11/2 hours prior to services. Burial, Salt Lake City Cemetery.

31 December 1973 The Salt Lake Tribune (Salt Lake City, Utah)

Horne, Helen Mary (I2426)
223 Henry Grow, 71, 317 8th died yesterday at his home.
Mr Grow was born Nov. 29, 1887, in Huntsville, a son of Sylvester Veach and Mathilda Ann Smith Grow. He lived in Ogden Valley until 1939 when he moved to Ogden.
He was a retired Forest Service employee. He was an elder in the LDS Mound Fort Ward.
On Dec. 20, 1911, he married Ruth Halls in Huntsville.
Surviving are his widow, two sons, Otto H. Grow, Ogden, and DeLore (Tud) Grow, Ogden; four daughters, Mrs. Horace (June) VanVleet, Farmington; Mrs. Billie (Avon) Hansen, Ogden; Mrs. Harold (Lucile) Carter, Shawnee, Okla.; Mrs. Maurice (Dixie) Gilbert, Bryan, Ohio; 10 grandchildren, three great-grandchildren, the following brothers and sisters; Sylvester Grow, Jr., Boise; Veach C. Grow, Salem, Ore.; Parnell M. Grow, Myrtle Creek, Ore.; J. Wayne Grow, Meridian, Idaho; Neville L. Grow, Ontario, Calif.; S. Elmo Grow, LaMesa, Calif.; Mrs. Edgar A. (Theo) Johansen, Ogden.
Funeral Services will be conducted Wednesday at 1 p.m. in Lindquist and Sons Colonial Chapel by Bishop Robert Johns. Friends may ball at the mortuary tomorrow from 7 to 9 p.m. and Wednesday until services. Burial in Huntsville Cemetery.

Ogden Standard Examiner October 19, 1959
Grow, Henry (I724)
224 Herald G. Miller, age 87, passed away January 10, 1998, in Salt Lake City, Utah.
Born November 15, 1910, in Salt Lake City to George C. and Winifred Grow Miller. Educated in Salt Lake City schools and Art Center in Los Angeles, CA. Married Echo Briggs, later divorced. Served in World War II as a camouflage instructor. Married Beth Pratt who preceded him in death in 1969.He studied at the Los Angeles Art Center, and also lived and worked in New York City for several years. Herald returned to the west, operating an advertising art studio for many years. He was a full-time artist and also a member of the Utah Watercolor Society. His work is held in institutional, corporate and private collections.
He is survived by his wife, Beverly Mastrim; son, George H., Lincoln City, OR; daughters, Nancy (LaRell) Baker, Richfield, UT, Martene (Randy) Pearson, St. George, UT; six grandchildren, five great-grandchildren; sister, Lois Ross, SLC, UT.
In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations be sent to: Utah Watercolor Society, P.O. Box 581005, Salt Lake City, UT 84158.
A private family service will be held.
Miller, Herald George (I6587)
225 Joseph Arthur Morriss, age 61, of 776 West South Temple Street died of heart trouble Monday at 12:50 a.m. at the family business.
Mr. Morriss was born in Alta, Utah August 12, 1871, a son of Joseph N. and Sarah Grow Morriss. He moved to Salt Lake several years ago, where he served as a nightwatchman of the Dooly Building.
Surviving are his mother, his widow, Mrs. Eliza Price Morriss; two sons and two daughters: Joseph Lester Morriss, Mrs. Evelyn Jackson, Mrs. Ivie Moulton of Salt Lake, and William Morriss of San Francisco; the following brothers and sisters: Emmett E. and Leo Morriss of Salt Lake; Frank Morriss of Sandy; Alma Morriss of Burley, Idaho; Theodore Morriss of Long Beach, Cal.; Clarence N. Morriss of Compton, Cal.; and Mrs. Samuel Hill of Magna; and 10 grandchildren.
Funeral services will be conducted Thursday at 12:30 p.m.in the fourteenth L.D.S. ward chapel, 151 West First South street. Friends may call at the residence, 776 West South Temple street, Thursday from 10 a.m. until noon. Burial will be in the city cemetery.
Salt Lake Tribune, 20 Jun 1933 page 22, col 3. Extracted 11 July 2016.
Morriss, Joseph Arthur (I1243)
226 June 5, 1949 ~ June 11, 2012
Our devoted husband, father, and grandfather passed away on June 11th in Sandy, UT.
Bob was born on June 5, 1949 to Garn and Jeanne Morriss Stanworth. He married Jonna Latimer on March 25, 1970 in the Los Angeles Temple, and together they raised five children.
Bob loved to experience life and lived by the motto "work hard, play hard". The success in his career was founded on his hard work, honorable reputation, and dedication to his clients. He loved traveling the world, hunting with his boys, creating beautiful gardens, and vacationing with his family. He was brilliant, clever, and seemed to know how to solve any problem. His wisdom and knowledge will be missed.
Grandpa Bobby's grandkids will miss his silly jokes and crazy spontaneous ideas. None of us will miss his crazy driving! We love you dad! You will remain in our hearts until we meet again
Survived by his wife Jonna Stanworth and their children Trina Christensen (Mark), Luann Odom (Dave), Marc Stanworth (Jenn), Jill Wagner (Brandon), Danny Stanworth (Lisa), and 18 beautiful grandchildren. Also by sisters, Linda Dinkel (Don), Marie Ross (Tim), and brothers, Paul Stanworth, and Bill Stanworth (Gayle). Predeceased by his parents Garn and Jeanne Stanworth.
Funeral services will be held on Friday June 15th at 2:00 p.m. in the Dimple Dell Park Ward Chapel, 9880 South 3100 East, Sandy, Utah. A viewing will be held prior to the services from 12:30-1:45 p.m. Interment, Larkin Sunset Gardens. In lieu of flowers, please consider making a donation in his name to Primary Children's Hospital, 801-662-5959.

Published in Deseret News on June 14, 2012
Stanworth, Robert Garn (I8978)
227 Known for his confidence, DeLand wore many hats in the small community of Rogue River, Oregon for nearly 30 years. Serving as mayor, school board member and community center director ? sometimes simultaneously ? DeLand showed unswerving determination when it came to pursuing his objectives. "I'm hard-headed enough that if a wall blocks me, I'll back up and hit it again. I don't quit just because somebody says no," said DeLand in a 1985 Tribune interview.
Born in Magna, Utah, he was orphaned at the age of 14. DeLand then lived with his older brother George. Then in 1940, seeing war on the horizon, he joined the U.S. Navy, where he served for 22 years. He was awarded many navy commendations, including a ribbon for Korean service with four bronze stars. DeLand moved to Rogue River, Oregon in 1962 after retiring from the Navy as a Chief Warrant Officer. For the next 8 years Royal and his wife Erma owned and operated a sporting goods store and a health food store. He was known as the expert when it came to fishing the Rogue River. In 1975, DeLand became Rogue River's mayor, the first of five nonconsecutive terms he would serve. While mayor, DeLand also served on the Service Center's board. Believing the area's older residents could be better served in a larger facility, DeLand came up with a creative solution for funding the 20-by-45-foot annex addition. He went on local television with this pitch, "Buy a 2-by-4 for $1, put your name on it and you'll be part of the senior center." A strong advocate for seniors, DeLand searched for and found 150 separate federal programs available for the elderly and helped local folks take advantage of them.
Royal enjoyed retirement with his 2nd wife, Naoma. These newlyweds were married, following the passing of his first wife Erma, his sweetheart of 50 years. Royal stayed busy with genealogy. He traced his American ancestry back to the early colonial days. He enjoyed traveling, family reunions and spending time with his 3 children, 4 grandchildren and 2 great-grandchildren.
Royal Berkley DeLand, 84, of Grants Pass died Thursday, April 29, 2004 of bone cancer.
A celebration of life will be held at the Woodville Cemetery in Rogue River at a later date. Hull & Hull Funeral directors is in charge of arrangements.
DeLand was born May 4, 1919 in Magna, UT. He was orphaned at age 14 and went to live with his older brother, George. He joined the U.S. Navy in 1940 and served 22 years.
He was awarded many naval commendations, including a ribbon for Korean service with four bronze stars.
After serving on the Rogue River planning commission, DeLand was elected the city's mayor in 1975. He served as mayor for ten years, making seniors his first priority. He was the driving force behind the city's senior center (now community center) and, in 1989 was presented the Senator's Senior Volunteer award by then Sen. Bob Packwood.

Survivors include his wife Neoma; two daughters, Dee DeLand and Darilyn Koster; a son, Don DeLand; and step-daughter, Patty.
DeLand, Royal Berkley (I2327)
228 Laura Jane Cameron Worthen 93, Tooele, died Oct. 2 of natural causes as her home.
Born Jan. 27, 1878, Panguitch, Garfield County, to Joseph and Minerva Barney Cameron. Married Henry Grow Worthen May 22, 1895; solemnized St. George LDS Temple March 25, 1936, he died.
Survivors; sons, daughter, Charles G., Mrs. Lillis Miles, Salt Lake City; Joseph, Mrs. George (Allie), both Kearns; Mrs. Eva England, Tooele, Henry Cleon, Lehi; Mrs. Ralph (Theo) Frederick, Marysvale, Piute County; Don, Panguitch; Charles, Joe, Salt Lake 57 grandchildren 212 great-grandchildren; 45 great-great grandchildren; sister Mrs. Lilliam Pipes, Stockton, Calif.
Funeral Tuesday noon, Panguitch South LDS Ward Chapel. Friends call Tate Mortuary, Tooele, Monday, 7-8 p.m. ward chapel. Panguitch, two hours prior to services. Burial Panguitch Cemetery.

Cameron, Laura Jane (I1169)
229 Lee Phillip Chamberlin, 56, of 809 23rd, died Wednesday in the Southern Pacific Memorial Hospital in San Francisco.
Mr. Chamberlin was born May 3, 1908, in Salt Lake City, a son of Lee and Jennie Phillip Chamberlin.
He was a telegrapher for the Southern Pacific Co. He was a member of the F&AM No. 15 of Elko, Nev., BPO Elks 719 of Ogden, Southern Pacific Club and Order of Railway Telegraphers.
He was a member of the First Presbyterian Church and was an acting elder and member of the Dolphin Mariners Club. He had lived in Salt Lake City and Nevada 16 years before coming to Ogden.
On Nov. 12, 1932, he was married to Elsie Rowse in Ogden.
Surviving are his widow, one son and one daughter, Jay L. Chamberlin and Miss Judy Chamberlin, both of Bethesda, Md.; one grandchild.
Funeral services will be announced by Myers Mortuary.
Ogden Standard Examiner 26 December 1964
Chamberlin, Leon Phillips (I1210)
230 Lorriane Wilkins Grow, 69, 641 N. 300 West, died June 11 of natural causes at home.
Born Aug. 30, 1903, Salt Lake City, to John T. and Sadie Winkless Wilkins. Married O. Eugene Grow 1923, Farmington. He died Jan. 3. 1969. Member LDS Church, Ladies of Elks.
Survivors: son, Wallace E., Salt Lake City; grandchild; 3 great-grandchildren.
Graveside service Thursday 11 a.m., Salt Lake City Cemetery. Friends call 260 E. South Temple, Wednesday 7-8 p.m., Thursday 10-10:30 a.m. Family suggests contributions to the VFW National Home for Children in care of the Atomic Post, 175 S. State Street.
Wilkins, Lorraine Woldine (I6953)
231 Lou Dean Grow Boyce died August 12, 2012, in Newbury Park, Calif. in her home surrounded by her family.
She was born May 7, 1924, in Idaho, where she was raised by her parents Horace and Rosella Grow. She served an LDS mission in western Canada. In 1957 she married Joel Lynn Boyce, a single father of four.
What will be missed most is her fun laughter, her deep spirituality, her stylish flair, her unique wit, her passion for genealogy and family, her writing skills, and her genuine interest in others.
She was a gracious hostess for her large family and visitors, especially in our Idaho summer home. Friends were lifetime friends.
In Lou Dean's works, "I have come to value goodness in people and my love encompasses all the family who will read this now and in the future."
She was preceded in death by nine brothers and sisters. She is survived by her husband, her children Marti King, Suzanne King, Joel Boyce, Jr., Mignonettte Boyce, Cory Boyce and 53 great-granchildren.
A memorial service will be held at 11 a.m. on Saturday, August 18,, at the LDS Chapel on 35 S. Wendy Dr., Newbury Park, Calif. 91320. An informal memorial service will also be held in Uah in September. Details provided when available.

Published in Ventura County Star from August 16 to August 19, 2012
Grow, Veda Lou Dean (I326)
232 Lt. Col. Orrin Redfield Webb (USAF, ret.), age 75, passed away December 3, 1992 at his home. He was born March 14, 1917 in Salt Lake City, Utah to Colonel William C. Webb and Eva Grace Grow Webb. He resided in such places as the Philippine Islands, Spain, Okinawa, Panama, and at Alcatraz Island-the last year it was a military prison. He also had resided in Michigan, California, Texas, Alabama, Georgia, South Carolina, Florida, Washington, Oregon, Ohio, Illinois, and South Dakota. He attended East High School and the University of Utah. Married Arlene "Skip" Clayton on July 6, 1940 in Nueva Laredo, Mexico.
He served as a pilot instructor and bomber pilot in the U.S. Air Force until 1950, completing his military career in the Air Force Reserves. He was later employed at Hill Air Force Base. He was a member of the Air Force Reserves, the Retired Officers Association, The Utah Statewide Archaeological Society and the Utah Rock Art Research Association.He was an avid outdoorsman who enjoyed fishing, hunting, rock hounding, golfing, and camping in the desert.
He is survived by his wife and his children, Marjorie A. Allen, West Valley City; Cheryll L. Killian, Murray; Galen O. Webb, Cedar City; and Kristin P. Zaharias and husband J. Andrew Zaharias, Murray. Also, survived by his brother William C. Webb, Jr., Bellevue, Wash. and adopted sister, Esther G. Hutchison, San Antonio, Texas; three grandchildren, Lisa Hernandez, Mike Reed, and Nathan G. Webb; and two great-grandchildren, Nicholas Black and Jacob Hernandez.
Preceded in death by his parents, his brother Joseph, his sister Grace Louise, and his adopted brother, Orrin Grow Webb.
We want to thank him for sharing with us his strength, his great compassion, his wonderful sense of humor and especially his patience and love. He was a wonderful man who will be missed by many.
Funeral services Tuesday, December 8th, at 12:00 noon, Larkin Chapel, 260 East South Temple. Military graveside services will follow at the Utah Veterans Memorial Park, 17111 South Camp Williams Road (1700 West). Friends may call at the Larkin Mortuary, Monday evening, 7-9 pm, or Tuesday, at 11 am prior to the services.
Webb, Lt. Col. Orrin Redfield (I1195)
233 Mary Elva Bawden Harding Maddy passed away June 18, 1995 in West Jordan, Utah.
Born to John Henry and Kate Warr Bawden December 25, 1914. Married Harold E. Harding June 14, 1934 in the Salt Lake LDS Temple. He died November 1, 1964. Married Frank Maddy December 21, 1967. He died March 23, 1992.She was a member of the LDS Church, where she worked in the Sunday School, Primary and Relief Society. She was an excellent cook, loved bowling, music, and dancing.
Survived by son, Robert (Carol) Harding; daughters, Myrna (Max) Raisor and Marilyn Tracy; 15 grandchildren; 23 great-grandchildren; step sons, LaMar (Monta) Maddy and Wayne (Jinny) Maddy; eight step grandchildren; 21 step great-grandchildren; brothers, Jack (Helen) Bawden, Don (Bernice) Bawden, and LaGrande (Luwanna) Bawden; and sisters, Mildred (Barney) Eccles, Lorene (Franklin) Tervot, and Norma (Harold) Earl. Preceded in death by husbands, brother, LaMar Bawden, son, Lynn Harding; and son-in-law, Larry Tracy.
The family would like to thank all the staff at South Valley Care center for the care given her.
Funeral services will be Wednesday, June 21, 1995, 11 a.m. at the Magna Stake Center, 3084 South 8400 West. Friends may call Tuesday, 6-8 p.m. at the Peel Funeral Home, 8525 West 2700 South, Magna, and Wednesday, 10-10:45 a.m. at the church. Interment, Elysian Burial Gardens.
Bawden, Mary Elva (I5293)
234 Mel died on Sunday at 6:45am at O'Connor Hospital in San Jose, California after a long illness with cancer. For many years of his life he was a alcoholic. At the time of his death at age 66 he was living at 1038 Greenwood Avenue, San Jose, CA. He had lived in the county about 25 years. He was married to Margaret (Rees) Reta at his death who was a school teacher and left behind his two daughters, Bonnie Farley of Sunnyvale and Carolyn Belknap of Mesa, Arizona Also he was survived by his brother Sylvester Morriss of Harbor City, two sisters, LaVene Kidd & Elaine Decker both of Long Beach, CA. The funeral was held Thursday, April 20, 1971 at 3pm a the Lima, Salmon, & Erickson Memorial Chapel, 710 Willow St. at Delmas Ave.
Buried at 3:00pm in Los Gatos Memorial Park, San Jose, California. Received from Linda Dinkel, July 2012
Mel Morriss, a native of Utah who died Sunday in a San Jose Hospital hafter a long illness.
Morris, 66, of 1038 Greenwood Ave.m, had lived in the county about 25 years.
He was in charge of the alterations department at Macy's in Valley Fair until his retirement two years ago.
He was the husband of Reta Morriss, a teacher at Gardner School; the father of Mrs Bonnie Farley of Sunnyvale and Mrs. Carolyn Belknap of Arizona; the brother of three; and the grandfather of eight.
Funeral services will be held at 3 p.m. at Lima-Salmon-Erickson Memorial Chapel.
San Jose Mercury News, April 19-20 1971
Morriss, Theodore Melvin Jr (I1633)
235 Mrs. Josephine S. Grow Scott, 87, a lifelong resident of Salt Lake City, died Tuesday at 3:30 a.m. at the home of a son, E.E. Scott, 1795 Sixth East Street of causes incident to age.
Mrs. Scott was born in Salt Lake City, November 15, 1852, a daughter of Henry and Nancy Elliott Grow. She was an active member in auxiliary organizations in the Wilford, Mill Creek and Belvedere L.D.S. wards. Her husband George Lawson Scott, died a number of years ago.
She is survived by two sons, A.A. Scott, Portland, Ore., and E.E. Scott, Salt Lake City; a daughter, Mrs. Grace L. Ferris, Salt Lake City; 32 grandchildren, 60 great-grandchildren and one great-great-grandchild.

Received from the DUP
Grow, Josephine Streeper (I238)
236 Mrs. Kaeser was born Feb. 9, 1910 in Los Angeles, CA to Michael and Helen (Bailey) Greeley. On Dec. 7, 1935 in Los Angeles, CA she married Carl Kaeser. She was an administrative Assistant for the city of Monterey Park, CA until her retirement. She moved to Grants Pass in 1974 from Monterey Park, CA.
She was a member of St. Anne Catholic Church. She was an accomplilshed seanstress and also loved to do knitting. She loved music and was a talented organist.
She is survived by 2 sisters, Julia Snell of Camarillo, CA and Lucy Scates of Los Angeles, CA.
She was preceded in death by her husband, Carl Kaeser and a daughter. Margaret Valdez.
Greeley, Mildred Josephine (I9411)
237 Mrs. Mary Ann Grow Gwilliam Nix, 76 of Ogden, died this morning in the Dee Hospital.
Mrs. Nix was born Sept. 9, 1882 in Huntsville, a daughter of Sylvester V. and Matilda Smith Grow. She was married to George W. Gwilliam on Nov. 6, 1907 in the Salt Lake Temple. He died in 1927. She was later married to Charles A. Nix. He died in 1958.
She had been active in the LDS Thirty-sixth Ward Relief Society.
Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. Joseph F. (June) Quintal, Panama; two grandchildren, two brothers, Henry Grow, Ogden; Sylvester Grow, Armstead, Mont.; five half brothers and a half sister, Veach C. Grow, Salem, Ore.; Parnell M. Grow, Myrtle Creek, Ore.; J. Wayne Grow, Meridian, Idaho; Merrill L. Grow, Ontario, Calif.; S. Elmo Grow, LaMesa, Calif.; Mrs. Edgar A. (Theo) Johansen, Ogden.
Furneral serves will be announced by Larkin Mortuary.

Ogden Standard Examiner June 6, 1959
Grow, Mary Ann (I722)
MAESER (Special)--Impressive funeral services were held in the ward chapel Monday at 11:00 a.m. for Mrs. Annie C. Allen, wife of O. D. Allen, who passed away Saturday morning at 3:15 following a paralytic stroke on Friday morning. The chapel was filled with sorrowing relatives and friends. Potted plants furnished by Mrs. Sarah Rudge were used in decoration. The services were conducted by Bishop Lester Bingham.
A double mixed quartet sang, "Sister, Thou Wast Mild and Lovely." Invocation by Ernest Eaton. Vocal solo, "My Faith in Thee," Mrs. Mae Jorgensen.
William H. Siddoway, a life-long friend, told of her sterling qualities, character and love for her husband and children. By request of Mr. Allen, Naomi Allen, a granddaughter sang "When Your Hair Has Turned to Silver." David Allen, a brother of Mr. Allen spoke of her good traits as a wife and mother.
"A Perfect Day," was sung by Mrs. Jorgensen. H. Walter Woolley was the last speaker. "Resting Now From Care and Sorrow," was sung by the quartet, with benediction by Thomas Bingham.
A long cortege followed the remains to the Maeser cemetery. The grave was dedicated by W. E. Bodily.
Annie C. Bingrup was born in Denmark July 22, 1858 and was the daughter of C. C. Bindrup and Margenes Peterson. She emigrated to Utah in 1884 with her parents. They made their home in Hyrum, Hyrum County.
She was married to O. D. Allen February 1, 1878, in the Endowment House in Salt Lake City, by Daniel H. Wells. Mr. and Mrs. Allen made their home in Huntsville, later moving to Moab where Mr. Allen served as a missionary.
On May 6, 1893, the family moved to the Ashley Valley, locating in what is now known as Maeser and have resided here since. Mrs. Allen served as Relief Society coubselor and teacher for many years. She worked willingly in all she was asked to do. She was a lover of home, making life pleasant and happy for all with whom she came in contact.
Mrs. Allen suffered a nasal hemorrhage Friday February 24th and was stricken with paralysis March 3. She passed away peacefully.
She is survived by her husband and the following children: Orin D., Vernal; Mrs. Martha Price, Boneta; Mrs. Marinda Hall, Mrs. Emma Bennion and Mrs. Mary Hacking, Vernal; and Ezra Allen, Ogden; two brothers, Christian Jr. and Naphi Bindrup, Logan and two sisters, Mrs. George P. Ward, Idaho Falls; Miss Martha Bindrup, Logan. Also forty-four grandchildren, nineteen great-grandchildren. A daughter, Mrs. Annie Oaks, preceded her in death thirteen years ago.
Those present from outside points were: Mr. and Mrs. Roy Price and daughter, May of Boneta; Ezra Allen, Ogden and David Allen, Provo. All the children attended the services. Funeral arrangements were under the direction of the Witbeck Funeral Home.
-Vernal Express, March 9, 1933, transcribed by Rhonda Holton
Bindrup, Annie Christina (I2066)
239 MURRAY--Vera F. DeLand, 88, passed away January 4, 1996 at her home.
She was born May 17, 1908 in Murray, Utah to George W. and Edith Thorum Ferguson. Married to the late William Hansen, and was married 50 years to the late Lloyd (Shine) Deland.
Vera worked into her senior years for the Salt Lake County Assessor where she enthusiastically responded to the computerized world. She took much pride that her remarkable life spanned the ''horse-and-buggy to the computer'' eras. She was gifted with the written word and enjoyed recalling anecdotes involving her early life. She took extreme pride, and fussed over, her Murray home and yard. She loved, was always concerned, and bragged about her grandchildren, great-grandchildren, nieces and nephews. Vera enjoyed the arts and being involved in civic, community and social affairs,and for many years was a Pink Lady at St. Mark's Hospital. Member of the LDS Church and the Order of the Eastern Star.
Survivors: son, W. Dean (Eve) Hansen; sisters, LaVon Higgenbotham and Donna Swanson; brother, George (Martha) Ferguson; grandchildren, Peggy Sue VinMazo, W. Dee (Cheryl) Hansen, Penny Lea (Mark) Wilson, Jeffrey (Sherry) Hansen, Patricia Jill (Tim) North; great-grandchildren, Jeremy, Adam, Andrea, Sarah, Justine, Kyle, Benjamin, Gabriel and Rachel.
Preceded in death by her parents and two sisters, Wanda Thorne and Virginia Ferguson.
Graveside services will be held Tuesday, January 9, 1996, at 2 p.m. Murray City Cemetery, 5600 South Vine Street. Friends may call at Jenkins-Soffe Mortuary, 4760 South State Street, Monday, 6 to 8 p.m. and Tuesday 1-1:45 p.m.

Salt Lake Tribune, The (UT)
Date: January 6, 1996
Ferguson, Vera Opal (I6361)
240 NORTH OGDEN ? Emma Joyce Granquist Falk, died peacefully surrounded by her family on Sunday, September 12, 2010 at McKay-Dee Hospital.
She was born February 7, 1937 in Ogden, a daughter of Harvey Olof and Thelma May Peterson Granquist.
On June 28, 1957, Joyce married George Wilson Falk in Ogden. George preceded her in death on January 20, 2010.
She was raised and educated in Ogden graduating from Ogden High School. She attended Weber State College.
Joyce was a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Pleasant View 2nd Ward.
She retired from the U.S. Forest Service following 39 years of service.
Joyce was a member of the Forest Service Women's Association, American Business Women's Association and the B.P.O.E. #719 Does Association. She was also a member of the Forest Service Old Timers Association. Joyce enjoyed reading, listening to the Tabernacle Choir, camping, fishing, lunch with her school friends and bowling. Most of all, she loved spending time with her family, friends, and attending plays with her special friend.
Surviving are one son and two daughters, George H. Falk, Carrie L. Barrow, Tamara K. Charlton, 10 grandchildren and four great-grandchildren.
Also surviving are one brother and one sister, Gerald R. Granquist and Donna G. Butterfield.
Joyce was preceded in death by her husband, parents, daughter-in-law, Loriann Falk, and two brothers, Kay B. Bayne and Dean D. Granquist.
Funeral services will be held Friday at 11 a.m. at Lindquist's North Ogden Mortuary, 2140 North Washington Blvd.
Family will meet friends at the mortuary on Thursday from 6 to 8 p.m. and Friday 9:45 to 10:45 a.m.
Interment, Lindquist's Washington Heights Memorial Park, 4500 Washington Blvd.
Granquist, Emma Joyce (I12858)
Funeral services will be held on Friday, February 5, at the Maeser Ward Chapel t 11 a.m., for O. D. Allen, who for the past 44 years has been a resident of Ashley Valley. Bishop Lester Bingham will be in charge.
Mr. Allen was a familiar figure on the streets of Vernal and at all gatherings of a religious and civic nature, where his pleasant smile always made one welcome his hearty handshake. He made the stranger welcome wherever they were met.
Mr. Allen served his community in giving his efforts in all public enterprises. He served many years as director of the Ashley Central Irrigation Company and for a time was a county commisioner.
Orin Daniel Allen, 83, died at the family home in Maeser Ward at 6:10 a.m., Tuesday of flu and pneumonia of short duration. He came to Ashley Valley in 1893. He was born March 18, 1845 at Three Mile Creek in Box Elder County, the son of Alanson D. and Chastina Hadloc Allen January 1, 1978. He married Annie Christina Bindrup in the Endowment House in Salt Lake City. Mrs. Allen died March 4, 1933 at Maeser. Until recently he had been actively engaged in LDS Church work.
The following sons and daughter survive: Orin, Maeser; Mrs. Martha Price, Cache Valley; Mrs. Marinda Hall, Vernal; Archie, Vernal; Marion, Ezra and Mrs. Mary Hacking of Maeser. Also the following brothers and sisters: Hyrum of Moab; David of California; Mrs. Marinda Ingles, Ogden; Mrs. Emma Jorgensen, Huntsville. Also 50 grandchildren and 19 great-grandchildren.
Interment will be in the Maeser cemetery, under the direction of the Swain Funeral Home.
-Vernal Express, February 4, 1937, transcribed by Rhonda Holton
Allen, Orin Daniel (I2065)
242 Our loving mother and grandmother, Merry Echo Briggs Kalawaia passed away Sunday, September 27, 2009. She was born in Manilla, Utah, March 5, 1913 to Franklin J and Martha J. Baldwin Briggs. She married Herald Miller, later divorced. Married Jess Kalawaia, who preceded her in death in 1975.
She spent many happy years with her husband in the Hawaiian musical and catering business. Also worked at Hotel Utah and Temple Square gift shops. After retiring she moved to Richfield, Utah.
She loved to crochet and made many beautiful afghans for friends and family of which we treasure. She loved reading and looked forward to her weekly card games on Tuesdays.
She was member of the LDS Church and in her younger years held different assignments.
She is survived by children: Lynda DuRan, Seattle, WA; John DuRan, Salt Lake City; Nancy (LaRell) Baker, Richfield; and Jess (Shirley) Kalawaia, Salt Lake City; 9 grandchildren and 16 great-grandchildren.
Preceded in death by parents, 4 brothers and 4 sisters.
Graveside services will be held Saturday, October 3, 2009 at 12 Noon at the Salt Lake City Cemetery (200 N. State). Private family services will be held at the Larkin Mortuary, 260 East South Temple, at 11:00 a.m.
Prior to the graveside services. Funeral Directors: Magleby Mortuary, Richfield, Salina and Manti
Briggs, Merry Echo (I6592)
243 Richard "Dick" G. Adams, 78, passed away peacefully Tuesday, Sept. 25, 2007, Twin Falls, Twin Falls Co., Idaho.
Dick was born September. 5, 1929, in Twin Falls, Twin Falls Co., Idaho, the youngest of four children of John Hamer and Rosella May Grow Adams.
He was raised and educated in Twin Falls and and while in high school, was a Golden Gloves Boxing Champion. He attended Idaho State College in Pocatello.
He served in the Idaho National Guard.
Dick was a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints 13th Ward.
He is survived by his wife, Colleen of 49 years, his daughter, Leana (Ron) Blackwood, his sons, Kenny and Rick Adams, three sisters, Iola Jensen, Virginia Pratt and Thelma (Jack) Porter, seven grandchildren and 10 great-grandchildren.
He was preceded in death by his parents and one grandson.
Times-News, The (Twin Falls, ID) - Friday, September 28, 2007
Adams, Richard Grow (I1938)
244 Thelma Adams Porter January 24, 1925-July 22, 2010
Born: January 24, 1925 Place of Birth: Twin Falls, ID
Death: July 22, 2010 Place of Death: Sherwood, OR
Thelma Porter, 85, passed away Thursday, July 22, 2010. Thelma was born in Twin Falls, the youngest dasghter of John Hamer Adams and Rosella May Grow. She was a mother and homemaker. Thelma is survived by her husband, R. Jack; duaghters, Betty Jo Colbert, Kathleen Dark, Cynthia Kenny, Kristine Taylor, Karen Tree, Kathy Molen and Rebecca Wadley; sons, John Morris and R. Kelly Porter; sister, Virginia Pratt; and sister-in-law, Colleen Adams. The funeral will be at 11 a.m. Saturday, July 31, 2010, at Parke's Magic Valley Funeral Home, 2551 Kimberly Road in Twin Falls. In lieu of flowers, please donate to the National Parkinson Foundation.
Adams, Thelma (I2926)
245 Vane Sandin, 80, of Henderson, died Tuesday. May 31 in the St. Rose de Lima Hospital. He was born May 10, 1908 in Hatch, Utah.
He is survived by his wife Utahna Sandin of Henderson; two
daughters, Sharlene Van Patten of Carson City and Helen Castanza of Las Vegas; brother, Ott Sandin of Panguitch; sisters, Velma Barney of Panguitch, Ardith Lund and Bessie Sandin of SaltLake City, and Arlene Haney of Payson
all of Utah; 10 grandchildren and 14 great grand children.
Service will be at the LDS Church on 801 Arrowhead at 2
p.m. Friday, June 3.
Sandin, David Vane (I6068)
246 Ward Stringham Dastrup, born March 16, 1914, son of Ole Dastrup and Ethel Stringham Dastrup, passed away on Oct. 1, 2002 at the age of 88 at the Highland Cove Health Center, where he resided for the past 11 years.
Ward was one of three siblings born to Ole and Ethel and is survived by his two sisters, Chrystal Dastrup Brown (Dale Stevens Brown - passed away September 12, 1995) and Marge Hubert (Frank). Chrystal who has resided in Salt Lake City for most of her life was a great help and a loving support to her brother for many, many years. Marge has resided in San Bernardino, California for many years but has lovingly kept in touch with Ward by phone, occasional visits, and messages sent to him expressing love and concern. Both sisters loved Ward so very much and will miss their loving association with him. Ward was previously married to Anne Moore, and she was also a loving caregiver to Ward for many years as well. Ward is also survived by seven nieces and nephews and many, many great and great-great nieces and nephews as well.
Ward was one of the first draftees from Utah after war was declared on Japan in World War II. He worked as a line supply Sergeant for the Army Air Force. He served in Randolph Field in Texas and thereafter, was stationed in the Philippines. He was injured there in a jeep accident and eventually, returned to the United States, where he was honorably discharged on July 17, 1946. He received the Purple Heart.
After the war, Ward was eventually hired by the Kellogg Company in 1947. He started out as the Kellogg representative in the territory of everything south of Salt Lake City and eastern Nevada. However, eventually, he became the Sales Representative over the Oregon/Idaho territory. Many store personnel didn't even know his name. They just called him "Kellogg". He retired on March 16, 1974 and described his tenure with the Kellogg Company as "a good marriage that lasted 30 years."
Ward was a great lover of the outdoors. He loved to hunt and hike and was a "natural born fisherman". For many years while working for Kelloggs, he resided in Boise, Idaho and loved to hike to nearby Lucky Peak and to fish in the Arrowrock dams and lakes which were close to his home.
Ward was also well-known as being a hard worker and rendered service to family and friends in his healthier years. He loved to travel to Hawaii and took several members of his family with him on numerous trips there - 13 in all.
Ward was ordained a high priest in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. He also received his endowments in the Salt Lake Temple. As his family and friends, we love him and want to remember him as a generous, giving person to his family, one who had a strong spirit, and a love for life and the beauties of nature. He will be missed by many, but we have the reassurance that he is finally at peace and has been reunited with many of his loved ones who have welcomed him home.
Graveside services will be held on Friday, October 4, 2002 at 11:30 a.m. at the Salt Lake City Cemetery. Friends and family are welcome.
Dastrup, Ward Stringham (I4596)
247 WEST POINT: It is with great honor that we as a family celebrate the life of Richard (Dick) Kearsley. We will be forever blessed because of the lessons he taught us through his Christ-like example.
Dick was born on October 13, 1926 in Victor, Idaho, to Ed and Ethel Kearsley. He graduated from St. Helen's High School in Oregon. On January 11, 1945 in the Salt Lake Temple, he married his beautiful sweetheart, Marvel (Marte) Atwood, and for 66 years has treated her like a queen. Their love and devotion to each other is a continued reminder of what an "eternal marriage" really is.
He served a two-year tour of duty with the U.S. Army. He worked in the service industry (heating, air-conditioning, appliance repair) for most of his life. In 1971, he and Marte started Dick Kearsley Service Center in Clearfield, Utah.
He loved the Lord, Jesus Christ, with all of his heart, and showed his love by the many years of service he gave. He served in many positions in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, as well as serving missions in Micronesia, Guam; Portland, Oregon; and Nauvoo, Illinois with his equally devoted companion, Marte.
Family and friends have wonderful memories of time spent traveling, golfing, boating, snowmobiling, riding horses, and woodworking.

He is survived by his wife, Marvel; his children and their spouses: Mike and Karen, Ogden; Doug and Joleen, Morgan; Jay and Candy, Clinton; Jeanette and Tom Henkel, Idaho; and Karen and Alan Sibert, Clinton. Dick and Marvel are so proud of their 30 grandchildren, 55 great-grandchildren and six great-great-grandchildren.
Dick was preceded in death by his sons, Tommy (died in Viet Nam) and Steven.
Funeral services will be held Saturday, September 11, 2010 at 11 a.m. at the West Point 9th Ward, 855 N. 4000 W. Friends may visit with family Friday at Lindquist's Layton Mortuary, 1867 N. Fairfield Rd. from 6-8 p.m. and Saturday from 9:30-10:30 a.m. prior to services at the church. Interment, Syracuse City Cemetery.
We as a family will be forever grateful to Advocate Hospice and Dr. Biddoulph and his team, Elly, LaDawn, Stacey, Kailey, and Mike.
Kearsley, Richard Louis (I5229)
248 Winnifred G. Miller, 83, 440 E. 3rd South, died of natural causes Nov. 30 in a Salt Lake rest home. Born April 9, 1885, Salt Lake City, to Leo and Elizabeth Jenkins Grow. Married to George C. Miller, Oct 26, 1939, Salt Lake City. Husband was foreman of stereotype department. Newspaper Agency Corp. prior to his death Aug. 1, 1955. Member Ladies Auxiliary, Stereotypers Union, First Church of Christ, Scientist. Survivors: son, Horald G., Salt Lake City; step-daughter, Mrs. William (Lois) Ross, Salt Lake City; 5 grandchildren; eight great-grandchildren; sisters, Mrs. Edith Best, Mrs. Irene Keaser, both Grants Pass, Ore.; Mrs. Genevieve MacCoult, Providence, R.I.; Mrs. J. M. (Ethel) Mason, Mrs. Zad Broadwell, Mrs. Gladys Culter, all Los Angeles. Funeral Wednesday 2 p.m. 260 E South Temple where friends call Tuesday 7-8 p.m., Wednesday prior to services. Burial Wasatch Lawn Memorial Park.

Salt Lake Tribune 2 December 1968
Grow, Winifred (I666)
249 BURLEY ? Steven Jay Cole, 60, Burley, died Thursday, January 19, 2012. Family and friends are planning a memorial to be held at Pleasant View Cemetery at 10 a.m. on Wednesday, August 22, 2012, to honor Steven and say goodbye.

Steven was born on August 22, 1951, in Burley, to Shorty and June Cole. He attended school in Burley and graduated from Burley High School. Steven was active in sports during his school years, with his special love being wrestling.

He enjoyed hunting and fishing and doing outdoor activities.

Following his graduation, he entered the work force. He worked at Burley Small Engines, J.R. Simplot, the City of Burley and the City of Paul, where he served on the Police force.

Steven is survived by two brothers, David (Connie) Cole, of Burley; Brent (Sandy) Cole, of Rupert; and his sons, Todd and Jeremy and their families.

He was preceded in death by his parents Story Cole and June Cole.

Everyone who know Steven is welcome to come and say goodbye and wish him well, wherever he may be.
Cole, Steven Jay (I13648)
250 Jesse M. Grow, 79, former Ammon farmer and rancher of the Bone area, died at a local hospital early Monday after a blood clot in his leg reached his heart. He had been in good health prior to Saturday.
He was born Oct. 22, 1874, in Huntsville, Utah, a son of William and Esther Coffin Grow. The family moved to Beaver Canyon, Idaho, in 1889. He was married to Edith Empey of Ammon in 1900 in the Salt Lake City LDS Temple. They began farming in Ammon and filed on a homestead at Bone in 1918. They spent summers on the ranch and winters in Idaho Falls until 1934, when they moved to Idaho Falls permanently. Mrs. Grow preceded him in death May 18, 1935.
He was a active worker in the LDS church in his younger days and was a past member of the Eagles Lodge.
Survivors include Jesse Eldon Grow, Lakehurst, N.J.' Darrell Grow, San Pablo, Calif.; and Mrs. Lula Chaffin, Boise; and Mrs. Ray Cole of Idaho Falls, with whom he was living before his death. Also surviving are 18 grandchildren and a sister and brother, Mrs. Lee Poulter of Ogden, Utah, and Horace Grow of Nampa.
Services are slated Wednesday with the time to be announced later. Friends may call at the Wood Funeral Home.

Grow, Jesse Michael (I123)

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