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51 Douglas Craig Grow, age 69, died peacefully at his home on Wednesday, June 30, 2010 in Overton, Nevada. He was born January 25, 1941 in Ogden, Utah to John Leonard and Ethel Randall Grow. On March 17, 1967 he married Patricia Ann Jordan in the Logan Temple.
Craig grew up in Huntsville, Utah, where he graduated from Weber High School. He served a mission in West Germany. He earned his degree from Utah State in Horticulture, then after one year in Logan, he moved his small family to Overton, Nevada where he worked for the Clark County School District for 34 years, managing the school farm. After he retired from the school district, he enjoyed working at the Home Hardware. He served faithfully as a ward clerk for many years. He built his dream cabin at Panguitch Lake.
Survivors include his wife, Pat of Overton; one son, Robert (Sara) of Cedar City, UT; one daughter, Tricia McCafferty of Las Vegas, NV; seven grandchildren; two brothers and two sisters: Moyer (Alice) Huntsville, UT; Irene (Stan) Groberg of Farr West, UT; Donna Larson of Woods Cross, UT and Melbourne (Nadine) of Deweyville, UT. He was preceded in death by one brother, Randall.
Funeral services will be Monday, July 5, 2010 at 11 a.m. at the Logandale LDS Hinckley Chapel. Visitation will be from 9:30 - 10:30 a.m. at the chapel. Interment will be in the Logandale Cemetery under the direction of Moapa Valley Mortuary.
Grow, Douglas Craig (I9073)
52 Douglas James Burton, 81, died August 25, 1994.
Born October 3, 1912, in Nephi, Utah, a son of James A. and Kate Pexton Burton.Worked for Mr. Gibson on the City newspaper while attending Nephi High School. He then moved to Salt Lake City where he worked in advertising. From there he moved to San Francisco where he went to the American Institute of Banking and worked for the Bank of America. He married Etha Quinn on August 14, 1937 in San Francisco; later moving to Los Angeles. Douglas then went into his own business. They bought a large piece of property in Los Angeles where they built a 12-unit shopping center. They were successful and later retired. They spent 5 years in Mission Viego, California. A few months ago, they moved to Lehi, Utah where Mr. Burton passed away.
Survived by two children: Stephen Burton, Alexandria, VA; and Frances Rogers, Thayne, Wyom.; four grandchildren: John Burton, Peter Burton, Eric Rogers and Pamela Rogers; and three great-grandchildren: Katie, Lelsy and Elijah Rogers.
Graveside services will be held Tuesday, August 30th, 11 a.m. at the Larkin Sunset Gardens, 10600 So. 1700 East, in Sandy, where friends may call 1/2 hour prior to the services.
Burton, Douglas James (I2460)
53 Douglas Kilton Massey was born December 31, 1941 to George and Florence Massey in Vernal, Utah. He has two brothers, Mark and Jerry and one sister, Margee. They moved to Springville, where he met the love of his life, Louise Ellen Dennis, whom he married on February 27, 1961. They then moved to Provo, Utah where they built the home and family of their dreams. They had three children, Wendy Ellen Spencer, Danny George Massey and Douglas Boyd Massey. He received an honorable discharge from the Navy after serving 5 years. He retired from Geneva Steel after 35 years and stayed home to take care of the ones he loved. He was a patient man and loved all.
Kilt is preceded in death by his parents; brother, Mark and his daughter, Wendy. He is survived by his two sons; 8 grandchildren; 5 great grandchildren and the love of his life Louise.
He passed away on Friday, January 7. He will be greatly missed by all of those who knew and loved him.
Massey, Douglas Kilton (I7847)
54 Earl Francis Owen, our quiet and gentle husband and father, passed away on September 22, 2007, age 67, in Provo, Utah. He was born in Lyman, Wyoming, on December 11, 1939, to Charles Henry Owen and Delsa Aleen Edgel, the fourth of nine children.
On July 26, 1975, Earl married Carolyn Belle Green in the Provo, Utah Temple. In 1976 they moved from Seattle to Alice Springs, Australia.
Later, Earl taught for nineteen years at Brigham Young University as a professor of electrical engineering technology. The couple has four daughters: Laura, New York City; Jennifer, Salt Lake City; Merran, Olympia, WA; and Gillian (Jordan) Pelton, Layton, UT.
An active environmentalist, Earl could generally be found either in his garden or at the top of a Utah mountain. He especially loved the Waterpocket Fold in redrock country. He was an enthusiastic member of the Utah Valley Sierra Forum. Though clearly outnumbered by the women in his life, his real passion was his four daughters, Earl's girls.
He will be honored at a funeral service on Wednesday, September 26, 2007, at 11:00 a.m., at the Provo Peak Second Ward meetinghouse, 965 N. Locust Lane, Provo, Utah. Friends may visit with the family at the church for an hour prior to services.

Published in the Daily Herald on 9/25/2007. 
Owen, Earl Francis (I8341)
55 Early Pioneer of Ashley Valley Succumbs Wednesday After Long Illness. Chell Hall, an early pioneer of Ashley Valley, died Wednesday evening, after a lingering illness of about three months. he was born March 17, 1849 at Little Pigeon, Iowa. He came to Ashley Valley with his parents in the early days having been a pioneer of the state in 1852.
Funeral services will be held in the Maeser Ward Chapel Friday morning at 10 o'clock under the direction of the ward bishopric.

Vernal Express, December 14, 1933
Hall, Joshua Chellus (I4578)
56 Earnest Charles Treseder died the evening of Thursday, March 5, 1998 of heart failure while sitting in his favorite chair at home. He was having a wonderful evening, chatting with his wife, of 57 years, Virginia, and daughter Margaret, who had just arrived from Tucson.
Earnest was born in Magna, Utah, the son of William Q. and Julia Worthen Treseder. He was the second son of six boys. He never tired of telling stories of his wonderful youth with his brothers and friends. He graduated from Cypress High School and attended the University of Utah until he left to serve his country in World War II. He was affiliated with the oil industry for 50 years, working for Texaco and Blackett Oil. He was deeply involved in the community and the arts. His charming outgoing love for all will be greatly missed.Survived by his wife, Virgina Brown Treseder; son, Nicholas K. (wife, Nell); grandchildren, Brooke and Hunter; son, Keith (wife, Debbie); grandson Benjamin; daughter, Margaret (husband, Brent); granddaughter, Allison Richards (Phil); great-granddaughter, Taylor; and granddaughter, Andrea Brown (Doug); great-granddaughter, Megan. Preceded in death by parents and brothers, Quillen, Keith, Rex.
"Goodnight sweet prince"
His wishes were to be cremated. Memorial services will be held at the Wasatch Lawn Mortuary Chapel, 3401 South Highland Drive, on Monday, March 9, 1998 at 2 p.m. Following the service, friends are invited to join the family in celebration of Earnie's life at the family home, 1512 Sunnyside Avenue.
In lieu of flowers, the family request donations be sent to the Assistance League Of Salt Lake City, 2060 East 3300 South, Box 9353, 84109 or to "The Prevent Blindness Organization" in care of Colleen Malouf at 6615 South 200 East, Salt Lake City, Utah, 84111.
Treseder, Earnest Charles (I2371)
57 Eden Lowell G. Stallings, 85, died Tuesday, Jan. 11, 2005 holding his sweetheart's hand.
He was born in Eden, Utah to Elizabeth Ann Carver and George F. Stallings on August 8, 1919. Six adoring sisters welcomed him to the family. He worked on the family farm with his father and always had amazing energy and stamina. He graduated from Utah State University, then called the Agricultural College.
One of the highlights of his life was serving an LDS mission to the Japanese people in Hawaii from 1939 to 1942. He cherished the many friends he made there. He married
Margaret Grow in 1944 in the Salt Lake LDS temple. They celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary in September.
Lowell's Holstein dairy farm was one of the finest. After he retired from dairy farming, he raised alfalfa and barley, doing most of the irrigating himself until this past year.
He loved to work and was happiest on his tractor. His flower garden and the birds that visited the feeders in his yard were a joy to him. He loved sports, although he had little leisure time to spend on them, and he was adventuresome enough to learn to water ski at 62.
He was Director of Weber Central Dairy and active in the Farm Bureau and president of the Weber County Dairy Head Improvement Association. He was Director of the Eden Irrigation Company and active in the Soil Conservation District for 10 years.
He served as bishop of the Eden Ward, a high counselor in the Ogden Stake, and as a counselor in the Huntsville Utah Stake Presidency, as well as many other callings in the
LDS Church. He especially enjoyed working in the Ogden Temple.
We will miss his hand-dipped chocolates and eating ice cream with him.
He is survived by his wife, Margaret of Eden; sister Marion King of Garland. Children: George of Eden; Jan Wight (Richard), Ogden; Sharon Vause (Brad), Eden; and Sandra Jenkins (David), Eden; 15 grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.
He was preceded in death by five sisters: Inez Brown, Zenia Gardner, Doris Ferrin, Ortell McKay and Lila Shupe.
Funeral services will be held Saturday, Jan. 15, 2005, at 11 a.m. in the Eden 1st ward, 6450 E. 1900 no. Friends may call at the Larkin and Sons Mortuary, Friday, Jan. 14, 2005 from 6 to 8 p.m. and at the ward Saturday from 9:30 to 10:45 a.m.
Interment in the Mt. View Eden Cemetery.

-Standard Examiner-

He was born and died in Eden, Weber, Utah

-Nancie Moyes-
Stallings, Lowell George (I5457)
58 Elaine Sharon Munden, 77, of Twin Falls, Idaho, passed away Monday, Aug. 16, 2010, at her home.
She was born in Ogden, Utah on Feb. 20, 1933 to Lloyd Burgess Slater and Corrine Smith Slater. She married Kay Morley. On Nov. 1, 1958, she married James Madison Munden.
She is survived by three children, five grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren, Vicki (John) Anderson, their three boys, Johnny, Ryan and Travis, and their eight grandchildren, all of Twin Falls; Scott (Liz) Munden, their two children, Jason and Alexis, all of Boise, Idaho and James L. Munden of Pocatello, Idaho; brother, Lynn (Darlene) Slate; brother, Val Slater; sister, Peggy Withee; niece, Keithann Melton and nephew, Steven Slater.
She was preceded in death by her brother, Keith L. Slater of Pacifica, California.
Slater, Elaine Sharon (I6771)
59 Encora Worthen Montague Campbell was born on Aug 4,1928 in Panguitch, Utah to Charles Grow and Sarah Lena Neilson Worthen. She lost her brave fight with colon cancer on Oct 21, 2011.

She was a wonderful mother and grandmother. She loved her job as a Senior Companion and co-ordinator that she has done for the last 19 years. She loved spending time with her family. She was the second oldest of five children.
She was preceded in death by her parents, brothers Ray, Earlin & Ned, and oldest son Tim Worthen. She is survived by her children, Charlotte Woten-Spanish Fork, Steven-Salem, Richard-Payson & Patricia Montague-Salem, Tina (Mark) Curtis-Payson. Daughter-in-law Vicky Worthen-Kamas and sister Sarah Butcher and sister-in-law Melvelene Worthen. She also helped raise her step-daughter Lynette Montague. She has 12 grandchildren and 23 great-grandchildren.
Funeral services will be held Tuesday Oct 25, 2011 at 11:00 am at the Payson Mtn. View Stake Center. 75 S 600 E Payson, UT. Viewings will be Mon Oct 24 from 6-8 pm at Walker Mortuary in Payson, and Tue. Oct 25 1 hour prior to service at Mt. View Stake Center. A very special thanks to Dr. Steve Wallentine and Kathy and the Vistacare staff who took such great care of her. And to Dr. Nolan Money for his years of caring for her. Interment will be at Valley View Memorial Park 4335 W 4100 S West Valley City, UT
--Source: Daily Herald, Provo, Utah, published 23 October 2011.
Worthen, Encora (I1735)
60 Erlene Schulthes, age 50,died suddenly on June 17, 2007. Erlene was born on Oct. 14, 1956 in Vernal to Mark Jay and Minnie Phyllis Hunting Schulthes.
Erlene enjoyed traveling, reading and playing cards with her friends. She worked at Chucks Drive Inn in her younger years, then she was employed with Ashley Valley Medical Center for many years, after which she was employed with Casa Rios Restaurant.
Erlene is survived by mother, Minnie Hunting Schulthes; sister, Jayne (Brady) Richens; two nephews, Nicholas J. Richens and Joseph Earl Richens; a niece, Brandy Marie (Chet) Atwood; and one great-niece, Kendra Dee Atwood; along with many aunts and uncles.
Erlene is preceded in death by father, Mark Jay Schulthes; grandparents, Arnold and Awilda Mary Schulthes, Earl and Phyllis Hunting.
Funeral Services will be Friday, June 22 at 11 a.m. at the Vernal 3rd Ward LDS Chapel (100 S. 500 W.). Friends and family may call Thursday evening from 6 to 8 p.m. at the Thomson-Blackburn Vernal Mortuary and one hour prior to services at the chapel. Burial will be in the Vernal Memorial Park under the direction of Thomson-Blackburn Vernal Mortuary.
Schulthes, Erlene (I7894)
61 Ethan Bohman Grow, 84, passed away Sept. 16, 1992 in Salt Lake City, Utah.
Born January 11, 1908, Salt Lake City, the son of Marcus and Elizabeth Bohman Grow. Married Sarah Davis, January 25, 1930, in Farmington, Utah; later solemnized in the Manti LDS Temple. Member of the LDS Church. Served in a Bishopric and held several other church positions. Served a building mission in Ohio and Indiana. Helped remodel the Salt Lake and Manti LDS Temples. Member of Brotherhood of Carpenters Union for 40 years. According to his family, his greatest accomplishment is that of a loving husband, caring father, and proud grandfather and great- grandfather.Survived by his wife, Sarah; three daughters, Lorraine Knight, Phyllis Douglas, Vicki Martin; nine grandchildren; seven great-grandchildren; a sister, Lois Rice and a brother, Merle Grow. Preceded in death by two grandchildren, two brothers and one sister.
Funeral services will be held Saturday, Sept. 19, at 2 p.m. in the Larkin Sunset Gardens Mortuary Chapel, 10600 South 1700 East, Sandy, where friends may call Sat. one hour prior to the service. Interment Larkin Sunset Gardens.
Grow, Ethan Bohman (I804)
62 Ethel Mae Goodenough Worthen passed away peacefully at her home on July 23, 2010.
She was born November 10, 1924 in Magna, Utah to Owen A. and Margaret Catten Goodenough.
She married Ira Warren Worthen on August 15, 1942. Their marriage was later solemnized in the Salt Lake Temple on March 28, 1952.
She was an active member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. She served as the ward librarian for thirty years. She was active in Relief Society helping with craft projects, including quilting, and she loved to hand embroider and do plastic canvas.
She leaves behind her husband of sixty-seven years and three children: Dwight (Rebecca) Worthen, Cherie Leishman, and Paula (Vaughn) Barker; brother, Melvin Goodenough; nine grandchildren; twenty great-grandchildren; and many nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her son, Glen Leon Worthen; parents; one brother; and three sisters.
Graveside Services will be held on Saturday, July 31, 2010 at 11:30 a.m. at Valley View Memorial Park, 4400 West 4100 South. The family will receive friends at a visitation from 10:00 until 11:00 a.m. prior to the services at Valley View Funeral Home, 4335 West 4100 South.
A luncheon will follow in the Pleasant Green Ward Building, 8739 West 3000 South, Magna, Utah, for family and friends.
Published in the Deseret News on July 29, 2010.
Goodenough, Ethel Mae (I6381)
63 Etta Grow Wilkinson, passed away September 22, 1990.
Born May 11, 1906, Salt Lake City, to William and Elizabeth Adams Grow. Married Robert Guy Wilkinson, Sr., June 26, 1927 in Salt Lake City. Later solemnized in the Salt Lake LDS Temple.Survivors: son and daughter, Robert Guy Wilkinson, Jr. and wife Eunice; Mrs. John B. (Joan) Giles, Salt Lake City; sisters, Dorothy Kirk, Tooele and Ruth Schroader, Salt Lake City; four granddaughters, Julie and Jennifer Giles; Cydney Wilkinson Garland and Kris Magness; two grandsons, David Wilkinson and John R. Giles; four great grandchildren. Preceded in death by three brothers and three sisters.
Funeral service Wednesday, 2:00pm, Larkin Mortuary Chapel, 260 E. South Temple where friends may call one hour prior to the service. Interment: Larkin Sunset Gardens.
Grow, Henrietta (I762)
64 Eugene D. Cook, age 88, of Illinios, formerly a long-time resident of Newnan, Georgia, passed away at 11:10 p.m. August 13, 2008, at the Illinois Veterans Home in Quincy, Illinois, due to a previous stroke and complications of old age.
He was born in Langdale, Alabama, on August 3, 1920 and called "Lefty", Gene was the middle son of Frank C. and Jewell Gladys (Gay) Cook, both deceased. He was also preceded in death by older brother, Edgar P. Cook of Florida, who passed away in 1986.
He is survived by his wife of 63 years, Peggy Judd Cook, originally of Utah, and their daughter, Mrs. Pameal Spicer, wife of Dr. J. Pat Spicer, all of Illinois. Also surviving are grandchildren, Jennifer A. Baird of Texas, Brian S. Austin and Susan Spicer both of Illinois, and grandson-in-law Adam Spicer. His younger brother, Wallace Cook, and nephew, Tony Cook, are still in Georgia.
Gene joined the Army Air Corps in 1941, following the Pearl Harbor attack. His group was sent to the Panama Canal Zone to guard that facility. As a sergeant, he work as an airplane mechanic. After the war, he and his wife settled in Georgia where they lived for 49 years. Gene worked mainly as a salesman, retiring with American General Insurance Company in 1985.
He was a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and served the church as a branch president, stake high councilman, ward missionary, and temple ordinance worker at the Atlanta Georgia Temple.
Gene was an avid fan of baseball, especially the Atlanta Braves. He loved fishing, a good game of golf with buddies, and the occasional vacation road trip.
Cook, Eugene D. (I9695)
65 Eunice Hazel Anderson Merrill, beloved mother, grandmother, sister, aunt and friend passed away on December 3, 2004, at 88 years of age surrounded by her loved ones. Born February 29, 1916 in Saint Anthony, Idaho to Frederick A. and Fern Y. Anderson. Hazel celebrated only 22 real birthdays because she was a leap year baby. She enjoyed a wonderful birthday party this year surrounded by friends and family. Married Frank M. Merrill Feb. 14, 1941. They were married for 52 years. Frank passed away May 25, 1993. Hazel is a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. She worked in Chicago, IL. when she was young and at LDS Hospital where she met her future mother-in-law and husband. She also worked for Darrell's Beauty Salon and Kay Dunn's Beauty Salon. Hazel will be missed by all that knew her. She was a talented seamstress and a wonderful cook. She enjoyed caring for her home and family. Hazel always had her hair and nails well groomed and loved to wear pretty dresses. She sewed her dresses and dresses for her daughters and nieces. Many of her posterity treasure the handmade quilts made for them. Her crystal icicles adorn many Christmas trees and will be a constant reminder of her love. Whenever we have cake with chocolate frosting or graham cracker cookies with chocolate frosting, grandma's memory will be with us. Mom always told us that "paprika" adds color to our lives. Survived by her children, Steven (Nancy) Merrill, Kaysville; Susan (Larry) Christenson, West Valley City; Craig (Stephanie) Merrill, West Jordan; Colleen (Tom) Clark, West Haven; 18 grandchildren and 31 great-grandchildren; sisters Mary Jane Harward and Joann Symmes and many nieces and nephews. She is preceded in death by her husband Frank; sisters, Merene Scurachio and laVern Spainhower; brother Gerald "Bud" Anderson; granddaughter Amy Celeste Clark. The family would like to thank CareSource Hospice and the Rocky Mountain Hospice for the loving kindness and care given to our mother. Family and friends may visit December 6, 2004 from 6-8 p.m. and 11:00 a.m., one hour prior to graveside services on December 7, 2004 at the Larkin Mortuary, 260 E South Temple, Salt Lake City, UT. Interment at the Salt Lake City Cemetery. N Street and 11th Avenue.
Published in the Deseret News on 12/5/2004.
Anderson, Eunice Hazel (I6608)
66 FARMINGTON - Elaine Yeaman Thornblad, wife of Robert V. Thornblad passed away Sunday, April 11, 2004 of pancreatic cancer at the South Davis Community Hospital in Bountiful, Utah.
She was born October 29, 1919 to Raymond Samuel and Leora Manful Yeaman in Ogden, Utah. ?Elaine and Bob were married August 8, 1952 and spent 51 wonderful years together traveling while in the Air Force and also after they both retired.
She retired from Hill Air Force Base after 29 years in civil service working as a supervisor in Civilian Personnel.
Her early years were spent in Ogden where she attended Polk School, Central Jr. High and graduated from Ogden High School.
She then attended the University of Utah where she received her degree in elementary education and her Masters degree in Psychology. She was a member of Chi Omega sorority. She was always a top student with straight A s through all of her years of school. She had many special friends, and always tried to keep in touch with concern for everyone's well being.
She was a very special person and will be missed by many. Elaine was a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and was a member of the Farmington Orchard Ward, where she had many loving and caring friends as has been shown by the help and concern for Elaine and her family during these trying times. We especially want to thank the Relief Society for their help. She is survived by her husband Robert, one sister (Donna Flint) of Portage, UT; one sister-in-law (Barbara Crowther) Baltimore, MD; many special nieces and nephews who thought so much of Aunt Elaine . Funeral services will be held Tuesday, April 20, 2004 at 11 a.m. at the Farmington Fairways Chapel, 1533 North 1075 West. Friends and family may call Monday from 6 to 8 p.m. at Lindquist's Kaysville Mortuary, 400 No. Main and Tuesday from 9:45 to 10:45 a.m. at the church. Interment, Farmington Cemetery. Request contributions be made to the Cancer Society in lieu of flowers. A special thanks is given to the SDCH Hospice (Patrice) who were always available to help Elaine and gave the utmost support during her ordeal. ??e?mail condolences to the family at llm@lindquistmortuary.com
Published in the Salt Lake Tribune from 4/15/2004 - 4/18/2004.
Yeaman, Elaine (I1851)
67 Fay Worthen Darger passed away June 24, 2000, after a courageous struggle with Guillian- Barre' Syndrome.
Fay was born in Panguitch, UT, June 25, 1919, daughter of Samuel A. and Alice Cameron Worthen. She married Eugene Darger, Nov. 17, 1937, in the Salt Lake LDS Temple. She was a very devoted wife, sister, and aunt, and will be remembered by countless others for her generosity, wit and wisdom. She along with her sister Beth owned Personalized Tax and Accounting Service. She was a cherished friend to many. Fay was an active member of the LDS Church; she served in many capacities, including a leadership mission with her husband.
Survived by her loving husband, Gene; her devoted sister, Beth; and brothers, Vee and Keith Worthen. Preceded in death by her parents, and siblings Arthur C., Douglas C., Vera Worthen.
Services, 12 noon, Tues., June 27th, Colonial Hills 1st Ward chapel, 1455 S. 1700 E., where friends and family may call 10:45-11:45 a.m. prior to the services. Interment, Wasatch Lawn Memorial Park.
Worthen, Fay (I6474)
68 Florence Hannah Randall Treseder died December 30, 1995 in Salt Lake City, Utah.
Born October 21, 1909 in North Ogden, Utah to Heber J. and Mary Montgomery Randall. Graduated from Weber High School and Weber Jr. College. She worked as a secretary at the State Capitol for the Federal Emergency Relief Administration.Preceded in death by two sisters, Verna and Bernice; and a brother, Clyde. Survived by her husband, Quillen F. Treseder, and a daughter, Kaye Terry, both of Salt Lake City.
Graveside services Wednesday, January 3, at 1 p.m., Larkin Sunset Lawn Cemetery, 2350 East 1300 South. In lieu of flowers, family suggests contributions to: Humane Society of Utah, 4742 South 300 West, Murray, UT 84107.
Randall, Florence Hannah (I6385)
69 Frank Earl Maddy, 85, passed away Friday, March 13, 1992 of natural causes.
Born March 25, 1906 in Salt Lake City to Orie Earl and Sarah Elizabeth Grow Maddy. Married Mildred Lillian Henline August 10, 1931; later solemnized in the Salt Lake LDS Temple. She passed away April 30, 1965. Married Elva Bawden Harding Dec. 21, 1967. He retired in 1970 after 47 years of service at Kennecott. Few men have been more helpful to friends, neighbors and family.Survived by his wife; children, F. LaMar (Monta) Maddie, Magna; G. Wayne (Virginia), Valley Center, Calif.; eight grandchildren; 19 great-grandchildren; stepchildren, Bob (Carol)Harding, Magna; Myrna (Max) Raisor, Provo; Marilyn (Larry) Tracy, Albuquerque, New Mexico; 15 step grandchildren; 24 stepgreat-grandchildren; sister, Nellie Pearl Dallas, Salt Lake City; brother, Orie Earl Maddy, Jr., Balboa, Calif.
Preceded in death by his son, Kenneth Lynn, and sister, Ann Maud Allen.
Funeral services 12 noon, Monday, March 16, Magna Stake Center, 3084 South 8400 West, Magna. Friends may call at Peel Funeral Home, 8525 West 2700 South, Sunday, 6-8 p.m. and Monday at the church, 11-11:45 a.m.
Interment, Valley View Memorial Park
Maddy, Frank Earl (I1403)
70 Frank is the son of Franklin David, Sr. and Lenore Kimball Farrington. He married his sweetheart, Beverly June Scarlet, on June 18, 1946 in Salt Lake City, Utah. Rites were performed in the First Presbyterian Church by W. Malcolm Gwaltney. A reception followed at Memorial House where the bride was attended by Mrs. Ar(Della) May, Miss Lois Brewster, Mrs. Shirl Beadles and Miss Dorothy Farrington. Keith Kemp served as best man. Mr. Farrington was recently released from service after 32 months in the Pacific.
Frank graduated from South High School. He was a World War II veteran in the Army Air Corps. He retired after 35 years at United Airlines. Frank worked very hard and was a wonderful father and provider for his family. He enjoyed golfing and was a member of the "Hole in One Club" and a master carpenter; his favorite was the rocking horses and doll cabinets made for his children and grandchildren. He loved music, traveling, driving, family gatherings and holidays.
Preceded in death by parents; brother, Cal; sisters, Donna, Marjorie and Lola.
Survived by wife and children: Lynne Jackson (Joseph), Frank III (Mary), Larry (Margaret), Dennis (Janae), Raymond (Gayla), Dianne (Michael), Paul, 15 grandchildren, 12 great-grandchildren, and his brothers and sisters: John (Shirley), Dorothy (Rudy) Nolte, Glenn (Joyce), Bonnie Newman and Ken (Judy).
Farrington, Franklin David Jr. (I6990)
71 Funeral services for Mark Jay Schulthes, born Feb. 18, 1929 and died June 3, 2000, were held Wednesday, June 7, 2000 in the Thomson-Blackburn Vernal Mortuary with Lance Dean conducting.
Mark married Minnie Hunting in 1953 and they later divorced. He is survived by his daughters, Erlene and Jayne.
Rakell McKee played prelude and postlude music.
Myrna Mead gave the invocation.
Kristine Christianson sang "The Dance," and "There Was A Valley."
Shirley Slaugh read a poem.
Speakers were Niel Batty and Frances Bowen.
Ben Mead offered closing remarks and gave the benediction.
Pallbearers were Brandy Marie Richens, Joseph Earl Richens, Nicholas Jay Richens, Cody Lee George and Danny K. George.
Full military honors were given by the American Legion with taps played by Shirley Slaugh.
Services were under the direction of Thomson-Blackburn Vernal Mortuary.

-Miscellaneous Uintah County, Utah Obituaries
Schulthes, Mark Jay (I2141)
72 Garth Willard Atwood, 88, passed away Aug. 23, 2010, in Ogden after an extensive battle with bone and prostate cancer. He was born June 18, 1922, in Vernal to Ivan Willard and Marie Hall Atwood.
Being the oldest child, Garth learned at a very young age to harness and drive a team of horses to do all of the farmwork. By age 11, he was driving a 10-ton truck with 12 speeds forward, seven in reverse and three gearshifts. Lessons learned on the 880-acre ranch they homesteaded on Diamond Mountain near Vernal gave him a work ethic that was a great blessing throughout his life.
He married the love of his life, Marjorie Lee Thurman, in the Salt Lake City LDS Temple on Aug. 3, 1943. The first few years of their marriage, he worked at J.C. Penney in Salem, Ore. He then served a stint in the Army's field artillery during World War II. Atwood went on to graduate from Western States Chiropractic School and School of Naturopathy, and then practiced in Baker, Ore., for awhile. He started his own practice in Buhl, Idaho, in 1950.
People came from far and wide to be treated by Dr. Atwood who genuinely loved helping his patients, many times providing his healing services at his own expense. In addition to his chiropractic practice, he farmed 80 acres at Black Bear corner in Buhl, and raised and trained Arabian, Appaloosa and American showhorses.
Garth loved hunting, fishing, snowmobiling and camping, and swam a mile every day with his family at Banbury Hot Springs near Buhl. He was an avid private pilot, owning many different airplanes during his life while flying to all parts of our great country. Mountain and back-country flying was his passion.
Together, Dr. and Mrs. Atwood worked hard serving their community as active members of the Jaycees, Kiwanis, PTA, Chamber of Commerce, Grange, and in establishing the College of Southern Idaho when it was located in Buhl. Additionally, Atwood also served in his profession "going up the chairs" and as the president of both the state and national chiropractic associations. In 1978, he moved his practice to Preston and then Mink Creek, Idaho, when he entered semi-retirement.
Dr. Atwood served as a bishop in the LDS Church, served a full-time mission in Texas with Marge, and loved to work in various temples of the church. Marge passed away in August 1999. Garth then married Ida Frodsham of Burley, Idaho. Later, in 2008, he married Doris Stock of Ogden, who lovingly stood by his side through these trying times.
Garth is survived by his five children, Linda (Diamond) Loosli of Syracuse, Utah, Betty Jo (Dale) Quigley of Twin Falls, Idaho, Beverly (Dr. Trent) Harrison of Taylorsville, Utah, Mary Sue (Steve) Crookston of Preston, Idaho, and John (Susan) Atwood of Bristol, Va.; 27 grandchildren; and 79 great-grandchildren. He also is survived by his siblings, Ella (Arvel) Allred of Vernal, Marvel (Dick) Kearsley of Ogden, Alice (Lee) Mecham of Redding, Calif., and Charles (Linda) Atwood of Tillamook, Ore.
Family and friends are invited to celebrate Garth's life on Sat., Aug. 28, during a viewing from 9 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. and services at 10:30 a.m., to be held in the Jensen Park LDS Chapel located at 3024 South 1200 West in Syracuse, Utah. He will be laid to rest at 5 p.m. after graveside services in the Rock Creek Cemetery in Vernal.

-Vernal Express, August 2010
Atwood, Dr. Garth Willard (I5212)
73 Gary Durfey made his final mortal touchdown Nov. 18, with his family cheering him on. Gary was born Dec. 2, 1946 in Ogden, UT to Maythel Marie (Dixie) Olsen and Theo Wood (Buck) Durfey. His marriage to Louise Farrimond was solemnized in the Salt Lake Temple on Aug. 19, 1969. He was raised in Richland, WA and served a Franco-Belgian mission for the LDS church. When he graduated from BYU in 1971 he began working for ADP in Spokane, WA, transferring to Vancouver, WA in 1984. He retired from ADP in 1996 after 25 years of service. Gary is survived by his wife, Louise; three sons, Richard (Janeal), Michael (Sondra), Daniel (Kyra); and five cherished grandchildren, Mckenzie, Kennedy, Lindsey, Kate and Nicholas; and his sister, Maryanne Weed. He was welcomed by his parents who preceded him in death.
Durfey, Gary Theo (I8215)
74 Gary Ernest Scott, age 67, passed away Monday, April 15, 2002 in Salt Lake City, UT.
Gary graduated from Granite High and served in the Air Force during the Korean War. He worked for Merle Hinds Co. for many years and then worked at Amfac Electric for 17 years. Gary chose to work at Friendship Manor until he retired. He enjoyed working with the elderly.
Gary was born March 6, 1935 in Salt Lake City to Ernest and Katherine Sullivan Scott. He married JoAnne Jorgensen. They later divorced. He then married Arletha Stout. She preceded him in death.
Gary is survived by one son, Rory (Vivian) Scott; one sister, Dolores S. Jaquier and many nephews and nieces. Preceded in death by his parents and wives.
A graveside service will be held Saturday, April 20, 2002 at 1:00 p.m. at Elysian Burial Gardens, 1075 East 4580 South. Friends may call Friday evening, from 6 - 8 p.m., at Holbrook Mortuary, 3251 So. 2300 E.
Scott, Gary Ernest (I8535)
75 Gary Jay Galewick died Tuesday, February 26, 2008, in Palo Cedro at the family home. He had been battling cancer for 17 months.
Gary was born September 30, 1953 at the San Gabriel Valley Hospital in San Gabriel, California.
In 1967 the family moved to Redding, California. Gary attended Enterprise High School and graduated in 1972.
He joined the Marines and remained there for his two year session. He was a Radio Tele-Operator. Gary received a National Defense Service Medal, Meritorious Mast., Letter of appreciation and Rifle Sharp Shooter Badge. He was honorably discharged.
In 1978 Gary enlisted in the Army as a helicopter repairman and then taught recruits helicopter mechanics. Three years were spent in Germany. Gary received the Army Achievement Medal, Good Conduct Medal, National Defense Service Medal, NCO professional development ribbon, Army Shooter Marksman badge riffle, marksmanship badge pistol, 38 caliber aircraft crewman badge and driven mechanic badge. Gary was honorably discharged on March 31, 1995, after twenty years of service.
Gary is survived by Shirlynn Buckley, step daughter of Virginia, Danna Butler and husband Dwayne of Redding, Sabrina Galewick of Anderson and Christina Galewick of Red Bluff, his three grandchildren, Calton Buckley, Sierra and Bradley Butler, Gary's mother Doris Galewick, sisters Gordeen Kenton and husband Greg and Kimberly and Kacey Kenton, Leslie Cotter and husband Frank and sons Kyle and Kevin, and brother Grant Galewick and cousin Guy Galewick of Redding, uncle Stanley and aunt Gloria Galewick of Redding, aunt Pauline and uncle Martin Hatabedian of Pacific Grove, CA and uncle Gordon and aunt Marlene Galewick of Whittier CA. There are numerous cousins and nieces throughout the state.
Gary was a widower since 2001 when his wife died.
Gary was known as a great kidder and enjoyed Halloween, always role playing as "Dracula" and passing out the treats to the children.
Interment will be at the Veterans Cemetery in Igo on Wednesday, March 5, 2008 at 1 p.m.
In Gary's honor the Veterans Color Guard will perform their service at the chapel.
Galewick, Gary Jay (I6295)
76 George "Harold" Brighton, age 91, died Monday, February 5, 1990 at the home of his daughter in Boise, Idaho, following a short illness.
He was born January 29, 1899 in Salt Lake City, Utah, a son of Daniel Hamner Wells Brighton and Josephine Scott Brighton. He was raised in Salt Lake and Brighton Canyon, Utah. His early life was spent as a silver and nickle miner with his father and family. They mined in Brighton Canyon, Pioche, Nevada and Lost River County in Idaho. In his early twenties, Harold began barbering in mining camps. He moved to Firth, Idaho in 1926 where he married Bertha Dial on August 7, 1927. Harold barbered in Firth from 1926 until 1973 when he retired. After retiring they moved to Montana to be near their families and lived in Helena. Bertha died January 8, 1988 in Helena. On December 13, 1989 he moved to Boise to be with his daughter until he died. Harold was an avid fisherman and enjoyed gardening, he specialized in raspberries and was an expert weed puller.Survivors include one sister, Mrs. Florence Stoven Covey of Bountiful, Utah; a daughter and son-in-law, DeeAnn and Don Sessions of Boise, Idaho; a son and daughter-in-law, Norman D. and Marline Brighton of Helena, Montana; eight grandchildren; 13 great-grandchildren; numerous nieces, nephews and wonderful friends.
Cremation has taken place in Boise. Memorial services will be 2:30 p.m., February 17, 1990 at Bethel Lutheran Church in Firth, Idaho. Pastor Charles Paulson will officiate.
Brighton, George Harold (I1231)
77 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I1696)
78 George LeRoy DeLand, 94, died July 10, 1998 at his home in Rogue River, Oregon.
Born February 1, 1904 in Hunter Utah, son of Royal Bishop and Ruby Worthen DeLand. He began working at Bingham Copper Mine at age 15. He was a pattern maker and worked at North American and other aircraft companies in California to Rogue River, Oregon.Married Dora Simpson January 13, 1926 in Salt Lake City, Utah; she died October 22, 1927 leaving him with a one day old son, Gail and a year old son, George Ronald. Married Winifred Lillian Griffith July 28, 1928 in Long Beach, California; they were sealed in the Oakland LDS Temple June 15, 1979.
Survived by his wife, Lillian; sons, George Ronald (Virginia), Yorba Linda, California; Richard L. (Carol), West Jordan, Utah; daughter, DeOnne (Louis) Grimmer, Salem, Oregon; brother, Roy DeLand, Rogue River, Oregon; 20 grandchildren; 34 great-grandchildren. Preceded in death by daughter, Arlene Vial; son Gail.
Funeral service will be held Tuesday, July 14, in Grants Pass, Oregon. Graveside service will be held Thursday, July 16, 10 a.m. at Redwood Memorial Estates, 6500 South Redwood Road, under the direction of McDougal West Jordan Mortuary.
DeLand, George Leroy (I2320)
79 George O. Massey, Jr., age 93, passed away Monday, October 23, 2006 at Utah Valley Hospital surrounded by his family. He was born November 1, 1912 in Vernal, Utah to George Ova Massey, Sr. and Elizabeth Maud Orgill Massey the fourth of eleven children, he being the oldest son. He married Florence Elma Davis September 8, 1934 in Vernal, Utah. Their marriage was later solemnized in the Provo Temple.
George was raised on a farm and loved to garden and share his vegetables with family, friends and strangers. He had a great sense of humor. He loved BYU sports, Jazz basketball and animals. He enjoyed family get-togethers, riding in his Cadillac, and waving to everyone he met. George retired from Geneva Steel in 1976, working there for 35 years. He received an award for never missing a scheduled workday, or once being late.
George is survived by one daughter, Margee Allan (Calvin, deceased); two sons, Kilt (Louise), and Jerry (Paty); 14 grandchildren, 31 great-grandchildren and 3 great-great-grandchildren.He was preceded in death by his wife and one son, Mark Jody Massey. He is also survived by two special daughters-in-law, Nancy Slater and Maren Kurzer; sisters, Golda Carroll and Illela McKinlay; and brothers, Floyd (Geneva) and Valda Massey.

Funeral services will be held Saturday, October 28, 2006 at 11 a.m. in the LDS Chapel at 672 North 250 West in Springville. There will be a viewing held Friday evening from 6 to 8 p.m. at Wheeler Mortuary, 211 E. 200 S. in Springville and Saturday at the church one hour prior to the service. Burial will be in the Springville Evergreen Cemetery.

Daily Herald
Wednesday, October 25, 2006

On November I, 1912 George Orgill Massey was born to George Ova and Elizabeth Maud Orgill Massey at Vernal, Utah. He was their fourth child. His younger years were spent in Dry Fork, Utah. The parents sold their home in Dry Fork and moved to Jensen, Utah and bought a farm.
George worked on the family farm and graduated from the Uintah High School in Vernal. He met his future wife, Florence Davis, while in high school. They were married September 8,1934. Their first Child, Gloria, was born April 8, 1936 and only lived eight days. She was buried in the Maeser Cemetery. Their second child, Margee Ann. They then had three sons; Lilton Douglas, Mark Jody and George Jerald.
George worked as a truck driver for about three years. Then he worked as a construction worker while at Geneva Steel for 35 years. When he retired he received an award for working all that time without missing a scheduled work day or once being late.
Both George and Florence have a love of animals and for working in the soil, George in his garden and Florence with her flowers. Their beautifully landscaped yard in Springville is a real showplace where their children and grandchildren are in and out several times a day. They both loved fishing and hunting.
Uniting of the Masseys and the Jarrells
Massey, George Orgill (I7845)
80 Grace Ogden LeBaron, 96, a noble and generous daughter of our Father in Heaven died March 23, 2012 at her home in Lake Shore Utah. Born January 2, 1916 in Richfield Utah to Leonard William Ogden and Almina Chidester Ogden.
As a young woman, she worked in several positions in Salt Lake City including as a comptometer operator in the presiding bishop's office. She served a mission in the North Central States mission. She married Benjamin Teasdale LeBaron in 1943. Later divorced. She moved to Lake Shore Utah where she found a safe haven for her family, and as a single mother Grace worked hard to be independent, to rear her family, and to teach by example.
She loved her children and her extended family, and they were her top priority. She had a spirit of fun and adventure and took her children camping and on various other adventures. She attended nursing school and worked night shift for many years as an L.P.N. at Utah Valley Hospital. She served as the State President of the L.P.N. Association. She was known for her resourcefulness and inventiveness, her sense of humor and her gentleness and compassion. She used her nursing skills to serve her family and her neighbors.
Grace served faithfully in many church callings, particularly as a Relief Society instructor and gospel doctrine teacher. After retirement she served for 16 years in the name extraction program in Spanish Fork where she was a supervisor. She enjoyed her associations in the Daughters of the Utah Pioneers. Among her loves were reading, travel, family history, and temple work. She avidly studied gardening and could be found working in her garden until age 94 and as the chauffer of many widows she voluntarily hung up her car keys last summer.
Survived by one brother, Verl (Esther) Ogden, Richfield, six children, Jennie (Steve) Gibson, Murray, Linda (Miguel) Calderon, Salt Lake City, Julia (Richard) Jacob, Orem, Lila LeBaron, Salt Lake City, Fern (Lawrence) Atwood, Payson; Jonathan (Sharon) LeBaron, Fountain Green, 23 grandchildren, 25 great grandchildren who call her "Grandma Great", and dear friend Merlene. Preceded in death by parents, two brothers, Ray (Bernice) Ogden, and Foy (Marie) Ogden, one son, Benjamin LeBaron, six grandchildren, four great grandchildren and many friends.
Funeral services: Wednesday, March 28, 2012 at 11:00 at the Lake Shore Ward chapel, 5916 South 3200 West, Lake Shore. Friends may visit the family on Tuesday, March 27 from 6:00 to 8:00 at the Walker Funeral Home, 187 South Main, Spanish Fork, and from 9:45 to 10:30 before services Wednesday at the chapel. Burial, Spanish Fork City Cemetery.
Ogden, Grace (I1146)
81 Grow, Beautrice Irene renouned gardener, born on May 18, 1926 in Fayetteville, Tennessee to Andrew and Agatha Henderson. Beautrice has passed away unexpectedly on December 14, 2011. She leaves behind two sons, Dr. Jeffrey D. Grow of Williamsburg, VA. and John B. Grow of San Clemente. Preceding her in death was her husband of 67 years, Lowell D. Grow Colonel Retired USMC. Funeral Service will be held at The Church of Jesus Christ Latter Day Saints, 470 Camino San Clemente, CA on December 27, 2011 at 10 a.m. A Gathering will be held in her garden in San Clemente immediately following the service. Interment will be held at Miramar National Cemetery 10 a.m., December 28, 2011.
Henderson, Beautrice Irene (I5454)
82 Harold Vernal Yearsley, 82, died Tuesday, December 29, 2009 at McKay-Dee Hospital.
He was born April 8, 1927 in Ogden, a son of Vernal Ezra and Sadie Ione Slater Yearsley.
On January 10, 1947, Harold married Ardis Hock in Ogden. Their marriage was later solemnized in the Logan LDS Temple.
He served his country with the U.S. Army during World War II.
Harold was a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
Harold enjoyed tying flies and loved to fish. He and Ardis were camp hosts at Island Park, Idaho for 18 years. Harold was a volunteer fireman and E.M.T. He retired as a master mechanic after 30 years for Utah Power & Light Co.
Surviving are his wife Ardis of Ogden; one son and two daughters, Kurtis H. (Martha) Yearsley, Columbus, OH; Lorna (Les) Bitton, North Ogden; Deonn (Mike) Earl, Santa Clara, UT; 11 grandchildren and 30 great-grandchildren.
Also surviving are two brothers and one sister, Kenneth (Larene) Yearsley, South Ogden; Gene (Donna) Yearsley, North Ogden; Shirley Mae (Hirsh) Endo, Clinton.
Preceding Harold in death were his parents, infant daughter, Kathleen, and one infant brother.
Private family services were held.
Yearsley, Harold Vernal (I2275)
83 Harry Cowan Burton, 59, Venice, died Feb. 7, 2005.
He was born Aug. 7, 1945, in Washington, D.C., and came to Nokomis from Chicago in 1983. He was a regional sales manager for Hughes Building Supplies in Florida.
Survivors include his wife, Molly Ann (Balmert); stepchildren Lisa A. Montgomery of Venice and Bill Kirchner of Washington; brothers Tom of Salt Lake City and Hartrich Lyons of Denver; and three grandchildren.
A memorial gathering will be from 4 to 6 p.m. Friday at Farley Funeral Home and Crematory, Venice Chapel.
Memorial donations may be made to Hospice of Southwest Florida, 5955 Rand Blvd., Sarasota, FL 34238
Burton, Harry Cowan (I6184)
84 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I10730)
85 Information below taken from personal journal of Charlotte Gunnell:
LORRAINE T. WALKER, 42, of Soda died 1 Jan 1973 at the Caribou Memorial Hospital. She was born Dec 23, 1930 at Malad, Idaho to Arthur and LaRue Morris Tew. She was married to Clem Walker 31 July 1950 at Evanston, Wyo and in the Logan Temple Sept. 1966. Survivors: her husband; one son Forrest of Pocatello [Idaho], two daughters, Mrs. Jim (Tania) Hemmert of Pocatello, Mitzie of Soda, her parents of Malad, one sister & two brothers, Wendell and Eugene, Mrs. Roger Christensen of Soda. Funeral 4 Jan 1973 in Soda, burial in Fairview Cemetery.
Tew, Eva Lorraine (I6668)
86 Ira Warren Worthen passed away on July 14, 2011. He was born on January 13, 1923 in Hunter, Utah to Frank Elliott and Cora Olive Hayden Worthen. He married Ethel Mae Goodenough on August 15, 1942. Their marriage was later solemnized in the Salt Lake LDS Temple on March 28, 1952. Ira was an active member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. He served for many years at the church farm and 11 years at the Bishop's Store House in West Valley City, Utah. Ira worked for Kennecott for 42 years. He loved to garden. He grew a huge garden so he could share the vegetables and fruits with others, especially the widows in the ward. Ira leaves behind three children: Dwight (Rebecca) Worthen, Cherie Leishman, Paula (Vaughn) Barker; sister, LaDene Griswold; nine grandchildren; 21 great-grandchildren and one great-great-grandson. He was preceded in death by his wife, Ethel; son, Glen Leon Worthen; parents and 10 brothers and sisters. The family extends a special thanks to Suzane Chambers and Jamie Roose for their help in caring for Ira and all the doctors and nurses at Pioneer Valley Hospital for their loving care for Ira during the last two days of his life. Graveside services for Ira will be held on Saturday, July 23, 2011 at 11:30 at Valley View Memorial Park, 4400 West 4100 South, where friends may visit with the family from 10:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. prior to the service. A luncheon will follow at the Pleasant Green Ward House, 8739 West 3000 South, Magna, Utah for family and friends. In Lieu of flowers the family requests that donations be made to the Humanitarian Center or the Perpetual Education Fund. Ira will be missed by all but we know he has had a wonderful reunion with his wife and son and other family members.

Published in Salt Lake Tribune on July 20, 2011
Worthen, Ira Warren (I6380)
87 Irene Hill Ridd, 89, died January 17, 1998.
She was born May 21, 19008 in Hunter, Utah to Samuel F. and Almena Morris Hill the oldest of seven sisters and one brother. She was no stranger to hard work, everyone in their home had their share of chores, school work, church work, and more. Later she participated in mutual, neighborhood parties, sleigh riding, and dancing which she loved. She married Glen Ridd February 7, 1928, he was a good dancer, and they danced and worked together for 29 years, he died June 12, 1957.She served as relief society councilor, PTA President, DUP officer, member of Flower Club, and was an avid gardener and golfer. She worked at Camp Kearns during World War II, and retired from Auerbach's as a floor supervisor in 1974. She was a people person.
She started traveling during the horse and buggy days, then Model "T" Ford, then 747 jets around the world.
She is survived by daughter Janice (Glen) Martin, grandchildren, Sandra M. Kinsey, Robyn M. Headrick, Cindy M. Bowden, Julie M. Hansen, Michael D. Ridd, David G. Ridd, Jodie Ridd, Eric S. Ridd, Michael Moore, and Kristine Moore, 20 great-grandchildren, 13 great-great-grandchildren, many nieces and nephews, sisters and brother, Maxine (George) Newton, LaRee Pehrson, Valoy Bagley, Gwen (Edgar) Pouillon, and Sam (Sheila) Hill.
Preceded in death by husband, son, Douglas Pete Ridd, and great grandson, Brett Bytendorp.
Funeral services will be Thursday Jan. 22, 1998 11 am at the Hunter 1st Ward, 3930 So. 6000 W. Friends may call Wednesday 6-8 pm at the Peel Funeral Home, 8525 W. 2700 So. Magna, and Thursday 10-10:45 am at the church. Interment: Elysian Burial Gardens.
Hill, Almena Irene (I1666)
88 James David Hallmark, 90, passed away May 27, 2008, with his family at his side. David was born to Ivy Aubra Hallmark and Mary Luella Grow on July 20, 1917 in Ogden Utah. He married June Bernice Smith on May 25, 1941, and they were later sealed in the Logan LD. Temple. David and June are parents to seven children: Pam (Robert) Wagner, Dianna (Lester) Smith, Jill (Jim) Zier, Michael (Kareena) Hallmark, Steven (Janalee) Hallmark, Kristie (Mark) Bleazard, and Lorrie (Kirt) Naylor. They have 32 grandchildren and 55 great-grandchildren. June predeceased David just six years ago. David and June moved to Boise in 1959. David worked for United Air Lines for 34 years, and for the first 25 of those years, never had a sick day. After retirement in 1980, he was a worker in the Boise LDS Temple. David enjoyed golfing, working with wood, and ice cream. He is a loving father and an outstanding grandfather. Funeral services will be at 11 a.m., Saturday, May 31, 2008 at the LDS Chapel, 2300 E. Bergeson Street. A viewing will be held from 9:30 a.m. until 10:45 a.m. prior the service. Interment will follow at the Dry Creek Cemetery. Services are under the direction of Relyea Funeral Chapel. David's family wishes to give their heartfelt thanks to Marquis Care for their loving and concerned care for David in the last year of his life. www.relyeafuneralchapel.com
Published in the Idaho Statesman on 5/30/2008.
Hallmark, James David (I2906)
89 James Rex Kirk, Sr., age 84, died August 11, 1990 in a Tooele hospital.
Born November 2, 1905 in Ophir, Utah, to James P. and C. Irene Dalton Kirk. Married Dorothy H. Grow, October 22, 1928 in Ogden, Utah. Marriage solemnized June 14, 1940 in the Salt Lake LDS Temple. High Priest in the LDS Church. Served on the Scout Commission, Ward Clerk, Bishops Counselor twice, Stake Clerk to five stake presidents, Stake Welfare Clerk, High Councilman, served a mission with his wife in Billings, Montana. He worked at IS&R, Bower Combined Metals, taught welding during World War II, was a parts man at Barrus Motors and was the Tooele County Clerk for 16 years.Survived by his wife, Tooele; son, Jay Rex Kirk, Jr.; daughters, Mrs. Ira (Gayle) Judd, Mrs. Blair (Barbara) Harrison, Mrs. Nolan (Christie) Steadman, Mrs. Tom (Susan) Perkins; 27 grandchildren; 45 great-grandchildren; sister, Neva Hawkins. Preceded in death by a daughter, Carol Ann and grandsons, James Brent Steadman and Todd Allen Perkins.
Funeral Services will be held Wednesday, August 15, 11 a.m., Tooele North Stake Center, where friends may call from 9:30-10:45 a.m. Burial: Tooele City Cemetery. Funeral Directors: Tate Mortuary of Tooele.
Kirk, James Rex (I1394)
90 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I1676)
91 Jeanne Frederick, 84, of Cottage Grove, passed away March 30, 2007 of age related causes. She was born November 12, 1922 in Marysvale, Utah to Ernest and Clara (Haws) Peterson. Jeanne lived in Marysvale during her early childhood and teen years, graduating from Marysvale High School. She married Richard A. Frederick on April 3, 1953 in Beaver, Utah. He passed away September 11, 2002. She was a homemaker and also head housekeeper at several National Park Lodges and Resorts. She loved her family and spending time with family and friends. She enjoyed arts and crafts, cooking, sewing and traveling. She was especialiy fond of her ?Grand Pups? . She is survived by a daughter and son-in-law , Sherrie and John Seymour of Dorena. No service is planned. Arrangements by Smith Lund Mills Funeral Chapel, Cottage Grove.
Peterson, Jeanne A. (I2751)
92 Jesse C. "Clyde" Grow - of Kennewick, Washington, passed away, Monday, August 15, 2011, in Pendleton, Oregon, at the home of his daughter. He was 78 years old. Clyde was born November 3, 1932, in Salt Lake City, Utah. He was the son of William Griffith and Jessie (Knowles) Grow, and was raised & educated in his home town. Clyde served his country honorably as a Boatswain's Mate in the United States Navy, during the Korean War Conflict from 1951-1955. He married Joan Sharon Mortensen on June 25, 1956, in Salt Lake City, 10 days after their meeting on a "blind date." The family moved to Kennewick, Washington, in 1974 as the result of an employment transfer from U & I Sugar to Prior Land. Clyde was a Master Mechanic whose skills were utilized for several years with Sinner Manufacturing, Haffer's Trucking, and then retired from South Columbia Basin Irrigation District in 1998. His interests included gardening, woodworking, fly fishing, baseball, and he especially loved attending his grandchildren's various events. Clyde is survived by son & daughter-in-law, Kris & Diane Grow; daughter, Jessie Grow Hodges; daughter & son-in-law, Barb Grow & Bob Bradford; son-in-law Chris Vickroy; brother, Russell Grow; sister, Rosemary Gordon, sister & brother-in-law, Billie & Lynn "Newt" Newton. He is also survived by eight grandchildren and seven great grandchildren. Clyde was preceded in death by his parents; his brother, George Elliot Grow; his sisters, Virginia Grow Sedgwick and Kathleen Grow Singleton, his wife of 55 years, Joan; his daughter Cindie (Grow) Vickroy; and an infant son, Jeffrey Clyde Grow. Graveside funeral services will be conducted Friday, August 19, 2011, at 2:00 P.M. (MST) at Redwood Memorial Estates Cemetery in West Jordan, Utah. Honorary pallbearers are: Ben Messinger, Rob Grow, Seth Romm, Kiel Bowen and Jesse D. Grow. A memorial service will be held in honor of Clyde in the Tri-Cities over Labor Day weekend.
Grow, Jesse Clyde (I7262)
93 Joan Sharon Mortensen Grow, 76 of Kennewick, WA, passed away peacefully on May 22, 2011 at her residence. She was born in Moline, Illinois, May 10, 1935, to Marion Isabel (Pierce) and Wilbur Alwardt Bax Mortensen.
Joan loved her dogs, gardens with attending birds, and cooking clubs after retiring from Battelle Northwest as a secretary.
She is survived by her husband, Jesse Clyde Grow; sister, Lois Eldredge; son, Kris (& Diane) Grow; daughters, Barb Grow (& Bob Bradford) and Jessie Grow Hodges; son-in-law, Chris Vickroy; eight grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her daughter, Cindie Grow Vickroy, both her parents and her brothers, John and Burt Mortensen.
Services will be held in her honor at The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints on Buntin & 8th Avenue in Kennewick on Tuesday, May 31st at 10 a.m. Interment will follow later in the week in Salt Lake City, Utah, per her wishes.
Mortensen, Joan Sharon (I7263)
94 John Ivy Hallmark died peacefully at his Salt Lake City home March 2, 2001. He was born to Mary Luella Grow and Ivy Aubra Hallmark Oct. 7, 1918 in Telocaset, OR. He loved doing mission-ary work and will always be remembered for his know-ledge of the scriptures. He married Bernice Parsons and later divorced.
He is survived by his wife of 51 years, Norma Thomson; chil-dren, Jan Piro, Byron and Joan Allred, Judy Hallmark, Dave and Jeanne Hallmark, John Hallmark, Jim and Shauna Hallmark, Rick and Tina Hallmark, Linda and Derek Snow; 26 grandchildren, six great-grandchildren; brothers, Dave and Ron Hallmark; and sister, Norma Hawkins.
Services will be 1 p.m. Tues. March 6, 2001 at the Bennion Heights 3rd Ward, 5775 S. 2700 W. Friends may call at the Valley View Funeral Home, 4335 W. 4100 S., Mon. 6-8 p.m. and Tues. one hour prior to services at the ward. Interment, Granite Cemetery. Funeral directors, Evans & Early Mortuary.
Hallmark, John Ivy (I2911)
95 John LaVier Grow 1930 ~ 2011 John LaVier Grow passed away January 15, 2011. Born July 22, 1930 to LeRoy Adams Grow and Francis Elizabeth Gibson, and raised by loving stepmother, Edith Iola Stout. Born in Salt Lake City, Utah, John married his life-long love, Ellen Wilma Henriod, in 1950. In 1972, they were sealed for eternity in the Salt Lake Temple. Together, they had three children. John proudly served in his country during the Korean War (1952-56). His family fondly remembers his knack for finding humor in life; love of outdoors; and unwavering support of family. He loved his antique cars, vintage car shows, hunting, camping. He will be dearly missed by his wife of 60 years, Ellen, children, John DeWayne Grow (Lisa) and JoAnna Shiflett; seven grandchildren and nine great-grandchildren, four brothers, three sisters, and many nieces and nephews. Preceded in death by his parents, stepmother, daughter Betty Lou, and siblings: Kenneth Grow (Jacqueline), William "Lee" Grow and Donna Webb. A viewing is Friday, evening, January 21 from 6 to 8 p.m. at Mountain View, 3115 East 7800 South, Cottonwood Heights, UT. A viewing on Saturday, January 22 at 10 a.m. prior to funeral services at 11 a.m. at the Country Crossing LDS Ward, 3364 West 11400 South, South Jordan, UT. Interment at the Mountain View Cemetery.
Grow, John Lavier (I761)
96 John was born to Myron Lorenzo Hacking and Emma Manella Hislop Hacking (Allen). His father died before John's little brother was born. His mother married Joseph Marion Allen and had at least four more children: Howard R., Glen M., Helen, and Eloise Allen.
John married Mary Olive Slaugh on 16 July 1938 in Vernal.
John Gordon Hacking, 76, died November 20, 1993.
Born June 4, 1917 in Vernal, Utah, a son of Myron L. and Emma Hislop Hacking. Married Mary Olive Slaugh July 16, 1938 in Vernal. Their marriage was later solemnized in the Salt Lake LDS Temple. Veteran of World War II, U.S. Navy. Active member of the LDS Church.
Survived by his wife, Olive Hacking, Vernal, Utah; sons and daughters, John G. Hacking, St. George, Utah; Nolan S. Hacking, Dallas, Texas; Daniel G. Hacking, Salt Lake City, Utah; Mrs. Perry (Susan) Hayden, Vernal; Mary Katherine Logan, Salt Lake City; five grandchildren and five great-grandchildren; brothers and sisters, Howard Allen, Whiterocks, Utah; Glen Allen, Carpenteria, Calif.; Mark Allen, Helen Broadaway, Mrs. Johnny (Eloise) Parker, all of Vernal.
Funeral services will be Tuesday, November 23, 1993, 11 a.m. at Davis Stake Center, 4080 South 2500 East, Vernal. Friends may call at Thomson's Vernal Mortuary on Monday, 7-9 p.m. and Tuesday, 9:30-10:30 a.m. Burial, Maeser Fairview Cemetery with full military honors.
Hacking, John Gordon (I579)
97 Joseph Berry Allen, 90, of Orem, Utah passed away on October 8, 2002 at his home.
He was born August 8, 1912 in Teasdale, Utah to Daniel Joseph and Lorena Cook Allen. He was educated in Wayne County. He was the last surviving member of his immediate family.
He married Wanda Hancock on December 30, 1933 in Torrey, Utah. Their marriage was later solemnized in the LDS Manti Temple.
Joseph Berry owned and operated several farms. He also worked at and retired from Geneva Steel Company after 25 years.
He had a tremendous love for life and nature. He had a natural gift working with and training horses. He helped to organize the Rocky Mountain Morgan Horse Association and the Utah County Sheriff's Posse. He enjoyed hunting and was a very hard worker.
He and his wife served a proselyting mission for 18 months in the Anaheim California Mission from 1978 to 1980. Through his love and commitment to the Lord, he set the example for 15 family members to serve full-time missions.
In 1981 they moved to Orem, Utah where he resided until his passing.
As a faithful member of the LDS Church, he held several positions of leadership.
He is survived by his wife, three sons, Joseph L. (Rhoda Robinson) Allen of Orem, Stanley B. (Loanna Ramsey) Allen of Richfield, and Richard L. (Diane Measom) Allen of Elberta, a daughter-in-law, Margaret Allen Riding of Ephraim, 27 grandchildren and 51 great-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by a daughter, Shirley Rae; a son, S. Carvel, and three grandchildren, Jeffrey S., Traci and Miriam.
Funeral services will be held at the Cascade Third Ward, 1051 East 200 North, Orem, on Saturday, October 12, 2002 at 1:00 p.m. under the direction of the Walker Sanderson Funeral Home of Orem, Utah. Friends and family may call prior to the services from 11:40 to 12:40 a.m. Interment will be at the Orem City Cemetery.
Allen, Joseph Berry (I7091)
98 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F3703
99 Joyce Camille Worthen Walker peacefully returned home to her Father-in-Heaven after a courageous battle with cancer on March 28, 1995. She was surrounded by her family at home for her passing.
She was born July 26, 1933 to Donovan H. and Grace Middleton Worthen in Salt Lake City. Raised in Murray/Midvale area. Served LDS mission in Northern Far East Mission (Japan). Married M. Dahl Walker on September 1, 1960 in Salt Lake Temple, later divorced.Received BS from BYU and MS from U of U. She has been an active member of the LDS Church and some of her callings have included ward organist, Relief Society president, and various other callings. She was an elementary school teacher in the Granite School District for many years and was a manager for First Security Bank for over 12 years. She was also involved in many entrepreneurial ventures. She was a strong woman who was a pillar of strength and support to all who knew and associated with her. She served her fellowmen, among many cultures endlessly and selflessly. She will be greatly missed by both family and friends.
Joyce is survived by five children and their spouses, Becky A. (Brian) Bentley; Wendy L. (Randy) Baird; Donovan D. (Anny) Walker; David A. (Stacia) Walker; Michael D. (Natalie) Walker; nine grandchildren; with 2 more on the way; mother, Grace Worthen; brothers, Blaine R. (Barbara) Worthen; Gary L. (Rachelle) Worthen; many nieces and nephews. Preceded in death by her father, Donovan H. Worthen.
Funeral services will be held Friday, March 31, 1995 at 12 noon, at the Midvale Union Fort 2nd Ward, 540 East 7200 South, Midvale. Friends may call Thursday, 6-8 p.m. and on Friday, one hour prior to services at the ward house. Interment, Murray City Cemetery. Funeral directors, Memorial Estates.
Deseret News - 29 Mar 1995
Worthen, Joyce Camille (I6371)
100 Joyce Larene Mitchell, was born March 20, 1933 in Jameston, Idaho, to Glen and Florence Gardner Rowbury. She passed away peacefully with family by her side. Mom had spent years defeating cancer and after dad's death, she gave up the fight. She was married to Robert Gene Mitchell for 62 years. Mom was loved by all who knew her, she was cheerful and loved to laugh. She had many talents such as sewing, crocheting, knitting, painting, macrame, and so on and she was great at all of them. Mom worked many years as a grocery checker but her favorite time was traveling around North America to art shows with her artistic family. Many newspapers in various states, wrote articles about them. They loved to be in their motorhome and just go from art show to art show. Mom was preceded in death by her husband Robert Gene Mitchell and her parents Glen and Florence Gardner Rowbury. She is survived by her daughter Sharol Goates and husband Doug, her son Robert Gene Mitchell Jr. and his wife Sherry. Her grandchildren Tiffany Lopuszynski and her husband Mike, Alanna Darling and her husband Hoby, James Goates and Diana, Lara Grace and her husband Ron, Sean Goates and his wife Laurie, and Gretchen Mitchell and Tim. Her great grandchildren Akira, Cyanna, Sheya Mitchell, Brittni and Mikey Lopuszynski, Sierra and Mckinzie Darling, Kiersten Goates, Ronald Russell Grace III, Mercediez Grace, Jasmine and Lexy Goates and Sarah Bracey and husband Richard. Great Great grandchhildren Riley and Kailyn Bracey. Memorial Service will be Wednesday October 19th, 2011 at 11:00 AM. Located at The Church Of JESUS CHRIST Of Latter Day Saints, 15500 Tuscola Rd., Apple Valley, CA. The family wishes to thank St Mary's Hospital and Odyssey Hospice for their special care during her last days.
Published in the Daily Press from October 17 to October 27, 2011
Rowbury, Joyce Larene (I8411)

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