The Salt Lake Tribune from Salt Lake City, Utah (2024)

St. The Salt Lake Tribune Thursday, October 27, 1994 UTAH BIRTHS Compiled by Laurene A. Sowby The Salt Lake Tribune notes the following births by parents' names, residence, sex of baby, birth date and hospital. Relatives and friends wishing to purchase extra copies of today's Tribune in of a birth can do so by commemoration. ADAMS, Debra and Lynn, Kaysville, son, Oct.

24, Davis Hospital and Medical Center, Layton. ALLEN, Kelly and Levi, Salt Lake City, daughter, Oct. 24, Cottonwood Hospital. Murray. ANDERSON, Lisa and Troy, Tooele, son, Oct.

24, LDS Hospital, Salt Lake City. ATHERLEY, Dayna and David, Salt Lake City, daughter, St. Mark's Hospital, Salt Lake AVILA, Paula and Francisco, Salt Lake City, daughter, Oct. 25, University Hospital, Salt Lake City, BAIRD, Laura and CARLSON, Christopher, Salt Lake City, son, Oct. 23, LDS Hospital, Salt Lake City.

BASCOM, Ailene and Joel, Spanish Fork, son, Oct. 23, Utah Valley Regional Medical Center, Provo. BEARD, Marilyn and Rick, Riverton, son, Oct. 24, FHP Hospital, Salt Lake City. Lake City, daughter, Oct.

BELLAZETIN, Tina and Sabrielotfalt wood Hospital, Murray. BELNAP, Lori and Michael, North 0g- den, daughter, Oct. 24, Me Hospital, Ogden. BENSON, Jenny and John, Riverdale, son, Oct. 24, McKay-Dee I Hospital, 0g- den.

BETTERTON, Connie and Kevin, Salt Lake City, son, Oct. 24, St. Mark's Hospital, Salt Lake City. BLATTER, Carina and Therron, Riverton, daughter, Oct. 24, Jordan Valley Hospital, West Jordan.

Chonna and Brian, Bountiful, daughter, Oct. 25, Lakeview Hospital, Bountiful. BOWERS, Michelle and Kevin, West Valley City, son, Oct. 22, FHP Hospital, Salt Lake City. BRIDGE, Jessica, Murray, daughter, Oct.

26, University Hospital, Salt Lake City. BRIDGES, Sherylyn and Gatewood, South Salt Lake, daughter, Oct. 25, University Hospital, Salt Lake City. BRIGGS, Lisa and John, Provo, daughter, Oct. 22, Utah Valley Regional Medical Center, Provo.

BROWN, Christine and Michael, Roy, son, Oct. 25, McKay-Dee Hospital, Ogden. BROWN, Nancy and Lance, Salt Lake City, daughter, Oct. 23, Cottonwood Hospital, Murray. BROWNING, Natalie and Bruce, South Weber, daughter, Oct.

24, McKay-Dee Hospital, Ogden. BRUNS, Lisa David, Salt Lake City, son, 'Oct. 24, LIDS Hospital, Salt Lake City. BUHL, Mary and Gary, South Salt Lake, daughter, Oct. 26, University Hospital, Salt Lake City.

BUSSELL, Julie and Harvey, Sandy, son, Oct. 22, Cottonwood Hospital, Murray. BYRD, Taudra and Richard, Salt Lake City, daughter, Oct. 24, University Hospital, Salt Lake City. CALDWELL, Karen and Conrad, Layton, daughter, Oct.

24, Davis Hospital and Medical Center, Layton. CALKINS, Melanie and Robert, Salt Lake City, daughter, Oct. 24, LDS Hospital, Salt Lake City. CAMPOS, Gloria and Rick, Ogden, daughter, Oct. 22, McKay-Dee Hospital, 0g- den.

CARTER, Janiel Renae and SMITH, Eric, Salt Lake City, daughter, Oct. 24, St. Mark's Hospital, Salt Lake City. CLARK, Amy and John, Taylorsville, son, Oct. 23, St.

Mark's Hospital, Salt 1 Lake City. CLEMENTS, Jenny and Travis, Logan, daughter, Oct. 24, Logan Regional Hospital, Logan. COLES, Lisa and Clay, Murray, daughter, Oct. 25, University Hospital, Lake City.

COON, Becky and Steve, Riverton, daughter, Oct. 23, Alta View Hospital, Sandy. COTTAM, Raida and Thomas, St. George, daughter, Oct. 23, Dixie Regional Medical Center, St.

George. CRABTREE, Julie and Stephen, Hyrum, daughter, Oct. 25, Logan Regional Hospital, Logan. CULBERG, Anie and Bret, North Ogden, daughter, Oct. 22, Davis Hospital and Medical Center, Layton.

DAVIES, Kellie and Michael, Ogden, son, Oct. 25, McKay-Dee Hospital, Ogden. DELGADO, Christine and Lewis, Ogden, son, Oct. 25, McKay-Dee Hospital, 0g- den. DELMUE, Jody and Pete, Pioche, son, Oct.

22, Valley View Medical Center, Cedar City, DENNIS, Kelli and Kevin, Mendon, daughter, Oct. 24, Logan Regional Hospital, Logan. DENT, Jill and Robert, Salt Lake City, Oct. 24, LDS Hospital, Salt Lake City. DITTY, Rebecca and Bryan, Salt Lake City, daughter, Oct.21, Orem Community Hospital, Orem.

DOWD, Audrey and Brian, Provo, daughter, Oct. 23, Utah Valley Regional Medical Center, Provo. DUNCAN, Sarah and David, Salt Lake City, daughter, Oct. 24, LDS Hospital, Salt Lake City. EDWARDS, Jody and Joyce, Cedar City, daughter, Oct.

25, Dixie Regional Medical Center, St. George. ESPINOZA, Julie and Ruben, City, daughter, Oct. 24, LDS Hospital, Salt Lake City. ETHERLY, Lapedra and JONES, Jack, Salt Lake City, son, Oct.

23, Salt Lake Regional Medical Center, Salt Lake EUSTICE, D'Le and James, Logan, daughter, Oct. 25, McKay-Dee Hospital, Ogden. FILIPPI, Liane and Marcos, Provo, daughter, Oct. 22, Utah Valley Regional Medical Center, Provo. FOULGER, Tracey and Cragun, Salt Lake City, daughter, Oct.

25, LDS Hospital, Salt Lake City. GINMAN, Marie and DILLMAN, Dee, Salt Lake City, daughter, Oct. 24, University Hospital, Salt Lake City, GONCE, Jocelyn and John, Midvale, daughter, Oct. 22, Cottonwood Hospital, Murray, GONZALEZ, Mirta and Miguel, Logan, daughter, Oct. 23, Logan Regional Hospital, Logan.

GREENLIEF, Jill and Eric, Sandy, daughter, 24, St. Mark's Hospital, Salt Lake City." GREGORY, Cynthia, Salt Lake City, son, Oct. 23, FHP Hospital, Salt Lake City. HAFEN, Kirsten and Mazle, Ogden, daughter, Oct. 22, McKay-Dee Hospital, Ogden.

HALES, Rebecca and Ronald, Ogden, son, Oct. 24, McKay.D Hospital, Ogden. HANSEN, and Steven, South Weber, daughter, Oct. 23, St. Mark's Hospital, Salt Lake City.

HANSEN, Debra and Steven, South Weber, daughter, Oct. 23, St. Mark's Hospital, Salt Lake City. HANSEN, Julie, Kaysville, daughter, Oct. 24, LDS Hospital, Salt Lake City.

HARDWICK, Sheila and Justin, Salt Lake City, son, Oct. 22, Cottonwood Hospital, Murray. HARPER, Dayna and David, Provo, son, Oct. 23, Utah Valley Regional Medical Center, Provo. HARRIS, Loveta and Jeffery, Lewiston, daughter, Oct.

24, Logan Regional Hospital, Logan. HARVEY, Debra and Duane, Millville, daughter, Oct. 24, Logan Regional HosLogan. HAYWOOD, Jenny and Ronnie, Salt Lake City, son, Oct. 24, LDS Hospital, Salt Lake City, HENDERSON, Karla and Michael, Hyde Park, daughter, Oct.

25, Logan Regional Hospital, Logan. HILL, Susan and Bradley, Bluffdale, daughter, Oct. 25, Hospital, Salt Lake City. HOANG, Hang and Hoa, Ogden, son, Oct. 22, McKay-Dee Hospital, Ogden.

HUNDLEY, Brooklyn and Daniel, Springville, daughter, 25, Orem Community Hospital, Orem. JENSEN, Marnae and Todd, Salt Lake City, son, Oct. 2 25, St. Mark's Hospital, Salt Lake City. daughter, Oct.

23, Davis Hospital and JOHNSON, Cheryl and Christifer, Ogden, Medical Center, Layton. JOHNSON, Heather Brent, Logan, daughter, Oct. 23, Logan Regional Hospital, Logan. JOHNSON, Susan and Robert, Clinton, daughter, Davis Hospital and Medical Center, Layton. KERR, Anitra Cimine and Erik, Murray, son, Oct.

25, Mark's Hospital, Salt Lake City. KETTERER, Kerri and Robert, Logan, son, Oct. 25, Logan Regional Hospital, Logan. KINIKINI, Linda and Lyle, Salt Lake City, son, Oct. 25, FHP Hospital, Salt Lake City.

KIRKHAM, Mikol and Curtis, Holladay, son, Oct. 22, Jordan Valley Hospital, West Jordan. KITCHEN, Laurie and Darwin, Providence son, Oct. 24, Logan Regional Hospital, Logan. KLING, Wendy and COOK, Jared, American Fork, son, Oct.

22, Utah Valley Regional Medical Center, Provo. KOCHER, Janice and Howard, Salt Lake City, son, Oct. 23, LDS Hospital, Salt Lake City. KOSTER, Verlynn and Bruce, West Point, son, Oct. 25, McKay-Dee Hospital, 0g- den.

LAKE, Sandy and Dale, Tremonton, daughter, Oct. 24, McKay-Dee Hospital, Ogden. LANG, Cynthia and Wesley, St. George, son, Oct. 23, Dixie Regional Medical Center, St.

George. LANGSTON, Joanna and Matthew, Cedar City, daughter, Oct. 23, Valley View Medical Center. LARSEN, Angie, and Brad, Layton, daughter, LDS Hospital, Salt Lake City. LEWIS, Malece and Ryan, Salt Lake City, daughter, Oct.

23, Cottonwood Hospital, Murray. LIMPERT, Tiffany and Andrew, Salt Lake City, daughter, a Oct. 25, Alta View Hospital, Sandy. LINDER, Lauri and Wayne, Bountiful, son, Oct. 24, LDS Hospital, Salt Lake LINDLEY, Jennifer and Kristopoher, Logan, son, Oct.

22, Logan Regional Hospital, Logan. LITTERAL, Robyn and Matthew, Ogden, daughter, Oct. 24, McKay-Dee Hospital, Ogden. LOPEZ, Mary and Eugenio, Salt Lake City, son, Oct. 23, LDS Hospital, Salt Lake City.

LY, Elleen and Vinh, Salt Lake City, son, Oct. 25, LDS Hospital, Salt Lake City. MADRID, Crystal, Lake daughter, Oct. 24, University Hospital, Salt Lake City. MARSHALL, Natalie and Timothy, Cedar City, son, Oct.

24, Valley View Medical Center. MATHEWS, Colette and Cody, Hyrum, son, Oct. 25, Logan Regional Hospital, Logan. MATHISON, Krista and Jason, Salt Lake City, daughter, Oct. 23, Cottonwood Hospital, Murray.

MAYBEE, Kim and Scott, Centerville, son, Oct. 23, Salt Lake Regional Medical Center, Salt Lake City. MCKINNON, Dana and Brian, Kaysville, son, Oct. 25, LDS Hospital, Salt Lake City. MCVEY, Ann Marie and Stephen, Salt Lake City, daughter, Oct.

24, St. Mark's Hospital, Salt Lake City. MINNIEAR, Tina and PLEDGER, Samuel, St. George, daughter, Oct. 24, Dixie Regional Medical Center, St.

George. MOORE, Kristina and Darrell, Bountiful, daughter, Oct. 25, Lakeview Hospital, Bountiful. MOREHOUSE, Holly and Donald, Salt Lake City, son, Oct. 23, LDS Hospital, Salt Lake City.

MULLIKIN, Antoinette, St. George, son, Oct. 22, Dixie Regional Medical Center, St. George. MUTHCq, Michelle and SCOTT, Ron, Salt Lake City, daughter, Oct.

23, Cottonwood Hospital, Murray. MYERS, Janet and Michael, Murray, daughter, Oct. 24, Jordan Valley Hospital, West Jordan. NEEDHAM, Tamera and Edwin, Clearfield, son, Oct. 24, McKay-Dee Hospital, Ogden.

NIEDERHAUSER, Jan and Jeff, Salt Lake City, son, Oct. 23, Cottonwood Hospital, Murray. NIELSEN, Katie and Jason, Layton, son, Oct. 24, Davis Hospital and Medical Center, Layton. NUDD, Kimberly and Fred, son, Oct.

24, OH, Jordan Sungkee Valley and Hospital, Frank, Salt West Lake Jordan. City son, Oct. 23, St. Mark's Hospital, Salt Lake City, OLSEN, Tracee and Eric, Ogden, daughter, Oct. 24, McKay-Dee Hospital, 0g- den.

PAIN, Sherrie and Eugene, Salt Lake City, daughter, Oct. 24, LDS Hospital, Salt Lake City. PARR, Heather and Kevin, Salt Lake City, daughter, Oct. 24, Alta View Hospital, Sandy. PARRY, Patricia and Nathan, St.

Gecrge, daughter, Oct. 25, Dixie Regional Medical Center, St. George. PATEY, Chandra and Michael, Orem, daughter, Oct. 23, Orem Community Hospital, Orem.

PATTERSON-ROYLANCE, Melissa and ROYLANCE, Jason, Logan, daughter, Oct. 24, Logan Regional Hospital, Logan. PAYNE, Jessica and Shawn, Sandy, daughter, Oct. 22, Cottonwood Hospitai, Murray. PEREA, Sophia, Ogden, son, 22, FHP Hospital, Salt Lake City.

PETERSON, Amy and Ryan, Spanish son, Oct. 22, Utah Valley Regional Medical Center, Provo. PICKETT, Katie and Jed, Smithfield, son, Oct. 24, Logan Regional Hospital, Logan. POLLARD, Greta and Neal, Kaysville, son, Oct.

22, Davis Hospital and Medical Center, Layton. PORTER, Robyn and Robert, Salt Lake City, son, Oct. 24, LDS Hospital, Salt Lake City. PREECE, Elana and Darren, Salt Lake City, daughter, Oct. 23, Cottonwood Hospital, Murray.

PRICE, Shellee and Sterling, Syracuse, son, Oct. 24, McKay-Dee Hospital, 0g- den. REBER, Barbara, Layton, son, Oct. 23, LDS Hospital, Salt Lake City. 1 REBECCA ANN HURD BYERS SPEIRS HEY DAD, I'VE COME A CALLING, I'VE FINISHED MY SHORT JOURNEY AND NOW I'M WE HAVE SO MUCH CATCHING UP TO DO.

I WAS A MOTHER'S DAY PRESENT, ON MAY 12, 1957, TO MY PARENTS BONITA (BONNIE) AND RICHARD HURD, WHO WERE RESIDING IN ROCK SPRINGS, WYO. LOST MY DAD AT THE AGE OF THREE AS A RESULT OF AN ACCIDENT, AND THIS REUNION WILL BE ONE OF GREAT JOY TO ME. GRANDMA AND I ARE A FEW CHECKER GAMES BEHIND, SO IT'S GOING TO BE A BUSY TIME. I HAD A WONDERFUL LIFE WHICH WAS MADE VERY SPECIAL BY MY LOVING FAMILY, MOTHER, BONITA (BONNIE) BLUNK; SISTERS, DEBBIE (PATRICK) MOONEY AND LINDA (STEVE) MOTIS: NIECES, MICHELLE, TONYA, SHAUNA; AND NEPHEWS, RICHARD AND STEVEN JOHN; UNCLE CLIFF AND AUNT VIVIAN LARSEN; BOBBIE AND KATHY MITCHELL AND DAUGHTER KIM WERE VERY SPECIAL COUSINS YOU TOO DIXIE AND GENE THOMPSON AND SON MIKE. TO THOSE I LEAVE BEHIND, TAKE COURAGE.

IT WAS A WONDERFUL LIFE AND THERE ARE SO MANY THINGS THAT I'LL DELIGHT IN GREAT ATTACHMENTS TO GOD'S SPECIAL CREATURES THE MAGNIFICENT CATS. WERE MY DELIGHT AND SOMETIMES MY DOWNFALL, BUT I HAVE GROWN AND LEARNED FROM EACH ENCOUNTER. I REALLY LOVE BEING BECKY" TO MY NIECES AND NEPHEWS. I'LL MISS THE CHANCE TO COOK, CARE FOR MY PLANTS, AND APPRECIATE ALL THE BEAUTIFUL THINGS THAT ABOUND IN NATURE. MOM, I KNOW HOW MUCH YOU LOVED ME AND I DEEPLY REGRET THE HEARTACHE THAT THIS MUST YOU CAN CHEW ME OUT LATER, OK? WE'LL SAY OUR GOODBYES ON THURSDAY, OCTOBER 27TH AT 1 P.M AT RUSSON BROTHERS MORTUARY, 295 NORTH MAIN, BOUNTIFUL, UTAH.

FRIENDS MAY ALSO CALL ON WEDNESDAY EVENING FROM 7-9 P.M. AND P.M. PRIOR TO SERVICES. MY FINAL RESTING PLACE WILL BE IN A SPECIAL FAMILY PLOT IN BOUNTIFUL CITY CEMETERY. PEACE AND LOVE TIL WE MEET AGAIN 1 Gary Francis Carpenter Gary Francis Carpenter, 50, president of the LDS Clearfield Utah North Stake, retumed to his Father-in-Heaven on the morning of October 25, 1994.

He was born May 23, 1944 in Mountain View, Wyoming to Joseph P. and Selma A. Carpen- ter. He married Karin Stringer on February 23, 1967 in the Salt Lake Li LDS Temple. Gary dedicated his life to emulating the example of the Savior and serving his fellowman.

He held numerous church positions includ- councilor in a stake presi- dency, high councilman, and bishop. He served an LDS mission in Sweden from 1963 to 1966. Gary Touched the lives of everyone with whom he associated. he was always helping those in need. Gary quietly went about performing acts of kindness and compassion.

His happiest moments as stake president were visiting in the homes of the people he so dearly loved. Throughout his treatment for lymphoma cancer, he was more concerned for others and their welfare than his own. He loved his wife and family dearly, and deeply cared for the people of the Clearfield Utah North Stake. Gary worked at Hill Air Force Base for 27 years, most recently as a computer He enjoyed his work and loved the people with whom he worked. Surviving are his wife, Karin of Clearfield; three children, Pamela Kaye (Douglas) Carter, Michael Gary (Hope) Carpenter, Darren Joseph Carpenter, all of Clearfield; five grandchildren, Jennalee, Kimberly, Steven, Kylee, and Kaylee.

Also surviving are one sister, Anna Lou Thompson; three brothers, Duane, Derrill, and Donald Carpenter, and his mother-in-law, Joan Stringer, all of Wyoming, He was preceded in death by both of his parents and his father-in-law, Myron Stringer. Funeral services will be held Saturday, October 29th, at 11 a.m., at the Clearfield Utah North Stake Center, 151 North 1000 West, with President Ivan D. Anderson conducting. Family and friends may call at the stake center on Friday from 6 to 9 p.m. and before the funeral service from a.m.

Interment, Clinton City Cemetery. Arrangements with Crandall Funeral Home, Evanston, Wyoming. Linda S. Closterman SANDY--Linda Slater Closterman, 45, passed away October 25, 1994. Born July 30, 1949 in Murray, Utah to Al and Mary Lloyd Slater.

Married Charles Closterman in Salt Lake City, Utah on July 14, 1972. Linda was employed by Universal Card, a graduate of Jordan High School and a member of the Christ United Methodist Church. She was raised in Sandy. Linda was a loving mother who had so much to give. She loved her family with all of her heart.

She supported her children in their efforts and wanted them to succeed. Linda's passing is a great loss to her family, friends and neighbors. We love her so very much. She will be greatly missed. We will keep her in our hearts forever.

WE LOVE YOU Survivors: husband, Charles Closterman; children, son, Kristopher Closterman, 18; daughters, Melissa Closterman, 14; Emily Closterman, 11, all Sandy; and Mary Slater, Sandy; brothers, Bruce Slater, England; and Dale Slater, Sandy. Funeral services will be held Saturday, October 29, 1994 at 1:00 p.m. in the Christ United Methodist Church 2375 East 3300 South. Friends may call at Goff Mortuary 8090 So. State, Midvale, Friday 6-8 p.m.

and Saturday at the church one hour prior to services. Interment, Sandy City Cemetery. Ethel May Collins Ethel May Collins, 80, died October 25, 1994 in Fairfax, Virginia. Born May 16, 1914 in Salt Lake City, Utah to Frank and Viola jones Caffall. She married Martin E.

Collins. He died February 5, 1960. Survived by three sons and one daughter; Patrick Collins, Michael Collins, Robert Collins, Janice Collins; eight grandchildren and 15 great-grandchildren. Graveside services will be held Friday, October 28, 1994 at 11 a.m. at the Wasatch Lawn Memorial Park (Hillsdale Section).

Friends may call on Thursday at the Wasatch Lawn Mortuary, 3401 South Highland Drive, from p.m. 1 Gaylon Talbott Davis Gaylon Talbott Davis, age 56, passed away October 26, 1994. Born December 18, 1937 in Greybull, Wyoming. daughter of Kermit A. and Ellen R.

Hamilton Talbott. Married Bradley W. Davis June 18, 1955 in Byron, Wyo. Survived by her husband, three sons, Scott, Kevin and jerre Davis and two grandchildren. Funeral services will be heid Friday, 10 a.m.

at McDougal Funeral Home, 4330 South Redwood Road where friends may call Friday, a.m. Interment: Valley View Memorial Park. 1 OBITUARY INFORMATION Obituaries are charged for at the rate of $4.00 per line for insertion in both Tribune and Deseret News. Donald R. Conradsen "Connie" Beloved husband, father and grandfather, uncle and friend, passed away October 26, 1994 courageously, in the arms of his loving wife.

He fought so valiantly with Parkinson's for 16 years never complaining, always positive and happy and maintained his wonderful sense of humor to the very end. Cancer finally ended his life here on earth. Born October 30, 1921 in South Jordan, Utah to Carl Christian and Rhoda M. Beckstead Conradsen. Married Maxine Gordon on March 19, 1943 in the Salt Lake LDS Temple.

Graduated from Cyprus High School, Magna, Utah. Served in the Merchant Marines during World War Il and sailed around the world twice. Worked for Kennecott Copper for 45 years and was a member of the United Steel Workers Local He enjoyed working in the yard and around his home. He loved all sports, especially golf and river running. But most of all he loved his family to whom he was totally devoted.

His special wit and wonderful sense of humor will sorely be missed. He was humble, loving and kind. He was a gentleman. Active member of the LDS Church having served in many positions High Priest leadership, Elders Quorum presidency, MIA presidency, ward and stake clerk and stake mission. Survived by his wife of 51 years, Maxine, the light of his life; two daughters, Valerie Mitsunaga, Glendora, California, Vickie Schmitt (Douglas) Lake Ariel, Pennsylvania; two sons, Brent Las Vegas, Nevada, Chad C.

(Lori) Sandy, Utah; seven wonderful grandchildren who he adored, Tony and Natalie Schmitt, Michelle and Tiffany Mitsunaga, Cassity Anne and Heather Conradsen and Brittany Reimann; three sisters, Catherine Simpson and Louise Williams, Magna, Utah, Florence Thomas, Fairfield, California and one brother, Rex C. Conradsen, Magna, Utah. Preceded in death by parents and one sister, Karen Jones. The family wishes to express a special thanks to IHC Hospice Care for their devoted service; Nancy, Carol, Sandi, Rhea, Lo Pendleton and Jorge Sagistump and wonderful volunteer, LeRoyce Hassard. Funeral services will be held Saturday, October 29, 1994 at 12 noon in the East Millcreek 15th Ward Chapel, 3750 Hillside Lane (2590 East).

Friends may call at Wasatch Lawn Mortuary, 3401 South Highland Drive, on Friday evening from p.m and at the ward from 11:45 a.m. prior to services. Interment Wasatch Lawn Memorial Park. Earl Reed Dean Jane M. Dewey Earl Reed Dean, 90, passed away peacefully in Salt Lake City on October 24, 1994.

Born May 10, 1904 in Sanford, Colorado to William P. and Melissa Reed Dean. Married Myrtle F. Edwards July 26, 1927. Marriage was later solemnized in Salt Lake Temple.

His early years were spent in Ely, Nevada; Later moving with his farnily to Salt Lake where he attended West High, LDS Business School and the University of Utah. Most of his working, career was in automobile sales with Grant E. Hayes and Hinckley Dodge. He loved to travel in the West especially where he grew up. He devoted his time to his home and yard, enjoying his association with neighbors.

Active high priest, LDS Church. Survived by his wife; one son Gerald R. Dean and wife Connie; three grandchildren Craig (Anita), Brad (Nanette) and LeeAnn (Ron) and three great-grandchildren; sister, Della Angel. He was preceded in death by three brothers and one sister. Funeral services will be held Friday, 12.

noon, October 28, 1994 in the Wasatch Lawn Mortuary Chapel, 3401 South Highland Drive where friends may call from 11:45 a.m. prior to services. Interment, American Fork Cemetery. Jane M. Dewey, Our beloved wonderful fun loving mother, sister, grandmother, great 25, 1994 following a stroke.

She was born May 26, passed a away October mother and greatgreat-grandmother 1905 in Mammoth, Utah to Lewis and Emily Christensen. Married Clark Romney October 23, 1922. He died February 25, 1940. Married Edwin R. Dewey May 2, 1945.

He died September 21, 1974. Member of the LDS church, Fort Douglas Country Club, Monday Business Club and YWCA. Survived by son, Clark (Gloria) Romney; Step daughters, Elayne (Paul) Rothermel and Marge Alley; Sisters, Lucille Austin and Rosella Jakle; Brother, Frank L. Christensen; grandchildren, Linda (Gary) Green, Susan Madsen, Christie (Allen) Saunders, Michael Alley and Robyn (Barry) Wyttenbach; eight great-grandchildren and two great-great grandchildren. Funeral services Friday, October 28th, 1994, 12 Noon at the Larkin Mortuary, 260 East South Temple, where friends and family may call one hour prior to the services.

Interment Wasatch Lawn Memorial Park. In lieu of flowers the family suggests a charitable contribution to the Utah Arthritis Foundation or the charity of your choice. Lillian Faris Barney Jeffery SALINA-Our loving father and grandfather, Alfred Barney Jeffery, 92, died October 24, 1994 in Lillian Margretha Halstead Faris, age 74, died Oclober 25, 1994 in Spokane, Washington. Born April 23, 1920 in Council Bluffs, lowa, daughter of Clive Dow and Kirstina Christensen Halsfead. Married Guy Ivaro Faris November 1, 1938 in Council Bluffs, lowa.

They moved to Herwhen they moved to Salt Lake City. Lillian remiston, Oregon in 1952 and lived until 1967 turned to Hermiston in April, 1993. Survived by three daughters and two sons, Linda Kirstina Gettmann, Stanfield, Oregon; Diane Rene Sherman and Susanne Raine Shaw, both of Hermiston, Oregon; Roger Stephen Faris, Elmira, Oregon; Donald Guy Faris, Murray; sisters, Wanda May Bruner, Florida; Lorene Peck, Bountiful; Loraine Moffet, British Columbia; brothers, Joseph Paul Halstead, Salt Lake City; Walter Halstead, Bountiful; stepchildren, Richard and Jack Faris and Barbara Kubat, all of Council Bluffs, lowa; Betty Herrera, San Pedro, California. Preceded in death by husband, Guy I. Faris in 1974; son, Martin Claude Faris; daughter, Kathleen Elaine Faris.

Funeral services will be held Friday, 2 p.m., at McDougal Funeral Home, 4330 South Redwood Road where friends may call Thursday 6-8 p.m. and Friday one hour prior to services. Interment: Valley View Memorial Park. Richfield, Utah. He was bom March 15, 1902 in Fremont, Utah, to Thomas Alfred and Nora Etta Barney Jeffery.

He married Thelma Okeriund, May 14, 1924 in Provo, Utah. Marriage was later solemnized in the Manti Temple. She died Oct. 2, 1992. He had helped homestead the Jeffery Ranch.

After selling the ranch in 1945, he worked for L.A. Young Construction Company until his retirement. He is survived by one son and two daughters, Mrs. Dee (Lois Thalman) Allred, Sigurd; Mrs. Norman (LaRee) Huntsman, Orem; Gam and his wife, Colleen Jeffery, Fremont; 13 grandchildren; 36 great -grandchildren; two greai-great-grandchildren.

Funeral services will be Friday, 1 p.m., in the Salina Stake Center, 98 West 400 North. Friends may call at Springer Turner Funeral Home in Sallna, Thursday evening 6 to 8 p.m, and Friday at the Stake Center 11:30 to 12:30 prior to services. Burial in the Salina Eastside Cemetery under the direction of Springer Turner Funeral Homes of Salina and Richfield. (Insertion in one paper would be $2.85 per line.) If a picture is used, there is an additional $5.00 charge. For obituary information, the number to call is: 237-2990 or for anyone calling outside the S.L area, in the DeNiece Brown Leiter Our loving mother, grandmother, great-grandmother, DeNiece B.

Leiter, 92, passed away 0c- tober 1994 in Salt Lake City. Born April 1, 1902 in Salt Lake City to William Richard and Ida Mae Duncombe Brown. Married John C. Leiter October 20, 1923; later solemnized in the Salt Lake LDS Temple. He preceded her in death in February, 1990.

She was an active member of the LDS Harvard Ward, serving in the Relief Society and as a Primary teacher. She enjoyed gardening and crocheting. She is survived By three children, John Stan (Trudy), Robert (Carolyn), Leiter; Irene (Archie) Bell; 16 grandchildren; 46 21 Preceded in death by three sisters and one brother. Funeral service will be held on the Friday, October 28, 1994 at 12 noon, at Memorial Estates, 5850 South 900 East, where friends may call Thursday evening 7-9 p.m. and one hour prior to the services.

Interment, Wasatch Lawn. Family wishes to offer a special thanks to the Hospital staff at St. Marks and her attending phy- sician, Dr. John Stanchfield. 1 Berdean Margaret Kamla McAdams Berdean MAdams, loving mother, grand- mother, and friend passed Into eternal glory with the Lord Jesus Christ October 25, 1994.

She was born June 13, 1921 in Cherry Creek County, St. Francis, Kansas; parents, John and Bertha Kamia. Married Cecil Lee MAdams, July 14, 1949 in Haigler, Nebraska. He preceded her in death. Berdean was active in the Lutheran Church and enjoyed numerous hobbies.

Survived by children, Eileen (Kent) Kirkwood; John (Barbara) MAdams; Larry (Vicki) McAdams; Lela Christensen; Sherri MAdams; grandchildren, Craig; John, Kamille; Tracy; Beth Margaret; and sister, Leonard; and many friends. May God bless her memory among us. Funeral Services Friday, October 28, 1994, 11 a.m., Goff Mortuary, 8090 So. State, where friends may call one hour prior to services. In lieu of flowers the family requests donations be made to your favorite charity Grace Lutheran Church.

Interment, Larkin Sunset Gardens. John Rulon Morgan Jan. 2, 1902 Oct. 24, 1994 PROVO John Rulon Morgan, age 92, of Pro- vo, Utah died peacefully ed by his family on Monday, October 24, 1994. He had suffered a stroke and had remained long enough for the blessing of his 61st great-grandchild.

He was a loving and devoted father, grandfather and great-grandfather to 81 descendants of his family. He lived by the creed, "When ye are in the service of your fellow beings, ye are only in the service of your God." J. Rulon was an attorney, prominent civic and church worker, patriotic citizen, talented musician and patron of the Arts. He was born January 2, 1902 in Spanish Fork, Utah, a son of John T. and Ellenor Rowe Morgan.

He lost his father in the influenza epidemic of 1918, when he was only 16 years old. He took on the responsibility for the care of both his mother and his deaf brother, Grant, from that time until they both died many years later. He attended Spanish Fork High School: graduated from Brigham Young University, and the University of Utah Law School. He did post graduate work at Stanford University, and received his Juris Doctorate Degree. Rulon married Fern Roberts of Afton, Wyoming, in 1927 in the Salt Lake LDS Temple.

He earned his way through law school at the University of Utah playing the trumpet in several noted orchestras and dance bands in the "roaring twenties." After graduating from law school, he practiced law in Provo with his uncle, Judge Andrew Morgan. Rulon and Fern became the parents of two children, Jayanne Morgan (Dean) Payne and Dr. Alan Roberts (Jeanene) Morgan, both of Provo. Rulon is survived by his son and daughter, 18 grandchildren and 61 great-grandchildren. His wife, Fem preceded him in death in 1987.

He was cared for at home for the past three yeas by a loving granddaughter, Julie Payne and her husband, Benjamin. Service was the theme of his life: to church, community, his country and his family. He was a devoted member of Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, serving as stake mission president for four years; Sunday School president of several wards and other priesthood and service callings. Rulon assisted 14 of his grandchildren in serving missions. He received the Silver Beaver Award from the Boy scouts of America for many years service to that organization.

In 1988 he was awarded the Community Service Award from the City of Provo as one of its outstanding citizens. The Utah State Bar Association honored him for 62 active years service in the legal profession. His life spanned an incredible century form horse and buggy to space travel. Ruion served his country in the National Guard, on many boards and delegations during World War Most notable however, was his service as president of the National Society, of the Sons of the Utah Pioneers, where he was instrumental in promoting the Pioneer Museum of Provo, the commemoration of the Mormon Battalion activities in California, and 23 years service to Sons of Daughters of the Utah Pioneers of Provo. He served as president of many civic organizations including fhe Lions Club, Timpanogos Knife Fork Clue, Central Utah Bar Association and chairman of the Utah County Republican Committee.

He received citations and honors from various presidents of the United States for service to the American Red Cross, Utah State Board of Civil Defense, U.S. Treasury and Selective Service. He served on several cultural arts boards including Provo City Art Board, and made many contributions of beautiful paintings to the Brigham Young University and the Provo and Utah Pioneer Museums. He was devoted to the preservation of our pioneer heritage and assisted his wife, Fern, in writing and publishing two large volumes of family history for her family plus his own autobiography. Funeral services will be Saturday, October 29, 1994, at 10 a.m., to be heid at the Oak Hilis First Ward at 1038 North 1200 East, Provo.

Friends may visit on Friday, from 6 to 8 p.m. and again before the funeral services from 8:30 a.m. to 9:30 a.m. both at the church. Interment will be at the Provo City Cemetery, under the direction of Berg Mortuary of Provo.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the General Church Missionary Fund. 1 Laurie Andersen Perry Laurie Andersen Perry, wife, mother, daughter, sister, teacher, friend, returned to her Heavenly Father, Oct 21, 1994. Laurie was born August 22, 1950, to J. Richard and Margery Sperry Andersen. Graduated from Hilicrest High School, 1968.

Married Keith Lloyd Perry, March 19, 1971 in the Salt Lake LDS Temple. Active member in the LDS Church. She is survived by her loving husband, Kelin L. Perry: two special children, Monica and Richard; parents, J. Richard and Margery Andersen; four sisters, Jill Van Langeveld, Robyn Morris, Marti Tueller and Coralee Van Wagorer, brother, Brian D.

Andersen. Preceded in death by brother, Jay E. Andersen. Services will be held Saturday, October 29th, 1994, 11 a.m. at the Sandy Utah Crescent South Stake Center, 251 East 10600 South, Sandy, Uiah.

Friends and family may call at the Larkin Sunset Gardens Mortuary, 10600 South 1700 East, Friday evening, 7-9 p.m., and Saturday, at the Stake Center, from 10:45 a.m. Interment, Larkin Sunset Gardens Cemetery. 1 state of Utah, our toll-free number is: 1-800-662-9186 Extra copies of this news paper are available. For information, please call: Edith Rich Edith Rich, 86, died October 25, 1994 in Salt Lake City, Utah. She was born August 29, 1908 in Paris, Idaho to William Lyman and Emily Matthews Rich.

Valedictorian at Fielding High School in Paris. Graduated with high honors from Brigham Young University with a BS in English. Taught high school for a few years then received her Masters Degree at the University of Denver's Graduate Library School. Head librarian at Ricks College in Rexburg, Idaho; reference librarian at Utah State University; physical science and engineering librarian at University of Utah until her retirement in 1973. President, Utah Library Association; editor "Utah received Utah Library Association's Distinguished Service Award; American Library Association membership committee chairman.

Active in LDS Church serving on Cache Stake Mutual and Sunday School Boards; Salt Lake Stake Sunday School Board; member of the General Primary Board. Survived by a sister, Naoma Rich Earl, Provo Utah; and many caring nieces and nephews to whom she was very close through the years. Preceded in death by the following brothers and sisters, William Rich, Zula R. Cole, Mabel R. Sutton, Jesse P.

Rich, Gertrude R. Price, Hazel R. Shepherd, Iris R. Collings, Lyman H. Rich, Clarence M.

Rich, Lois R. Gundersen, Rolla M. Rich and Lyle M. Rich. Funeral services Saturday, October 29th, at 10 a.m., Larkin Mortuary, 260 East South Temple, Salt Lake City, Utah, where friends may call Friday evening, 5 7 p.m., and one hour prior to services on Saturday.

Interment will be in Paris (Idaho) Cemetery. In lieu of flowers donations may be made to: Primary Childrens Medical Center, 100 N. Medical Salt Lake City, UT 84113, 1 Marcia Anderson Taylor GUNNISON -Marcia Anderson Taylor, 79, returned to her eternal companion, October 25, 1994 during heart surgery in Provo, Utah. She was born January 19, 1915 in Gunnison, Utah, the daughter of Nephi and Emily Swalberg Anderson. She lived all of her life in Gunnison and graduated from Gunnison Valley High School.

She married Ray M. Taylor May 28, 1935 in Nephi, Utah; later solemnized in the Manti LDS Temple. A member of the LDS Church, she served in the Primary organization for 25 years. Survived by one son, Paul (Nila) Taylor, three daughters, Marcia Jean "Sida" (Paul) Christiansen; Ida (Garn) Nelson; Janice (Allen) Harris; 13 grandchildren; 15 great-grandchildren; one brother, Miles. Preceded in death by parents, husband and granddaughter.

Funeral will be held Saturday, October 29th, at 11 a.m. in the Gunnison Stake Center. Viewing will be held Friday, 7-9 p.m. and 9:30 to 10:30 a.m. prior to services.

Interment, Gunnison Cemetery. Directors, Warren R. Jensen Funeral Home. Chad Edward Williams Chad Edward Williams, 19, died October 24, 1994 in West Jordan, Utah. Born March 9, 1975 in Grand Junction, Colorado, to William Edward and Signe Karen Stone Williams.

Recent graduate of West Jordan High School. He was a lover of life. Survived by parents; sister, Sonda; grandparents, Archie and Mildred Williams, Grand Junction, Harriet M. Stone, Blackhawk, Colo. In lieu of flowers, donations may be given to the Arthritis Foundation.

Funeral services Friday, October 28, 1994 at 2 p.m. in the Goff Mortuary Chapel, 8090 So. State, where friends may call one hour prior to the services. Interment and graveside services Saturday, October 29, at 2 p.m. at Memorial Gardens, Grand Junction, Colo.

Stacie Joy Wright KAYSVILLE Stacie was a real JOY to all who knew her. She was 18 years old in one sense and 159 days old since her bone marrow transplant. After a year courageous battle with leukemia, she returned to her Heavenly Father, Monday, October 24, 1994. Bom August 25, 1976 to loving parents, Jess R. and Ruth Ottley Wright.

A graduate of Davis High and Kaysville LDS Seminary, 1994. She loved cows, her dog Buffy, music and children especially her nieces and nephews, Kiley, Chelsey, Shad, Trek, Tracy, and Stephanie. She has moo'ved on to pastures. Survived by parents; brothers and sisters, Wendy, Berk (Shannan), Becky (Steve) McLachlan, Leonard, and Trent, serving in the Sydney North Australia Mission. We appreciate the loving care given by the doctors, nurses, and staff at Primary Children's Medical Center.

Services will be held Saturday, October 29, 1994 at 11 a.m. at the Kaysville IDS Rock Chapel, 25 South 200 East. Friends may call at the Lindquist's Kaysville Mortuary, 400 North Main, Friday evening from 6-8 p.m. and at the Rock Chapel from 10-11 a.m. Saturday.

Interment, Kaysville City Cemetery. UTAH DEATHS Compiled by Oie Lian Yeh The Salt Lake Tribune notes the following deaths by name, age, date of death, residence and mortuary handing the funeral arrangements. CARPENTER, Gary 50, Oct. 25, Clearfield, Crandall Funeral Home, Evanston, Wyo. CLOSTERMAN, Linda 45, Oct.

25, Sandy, Goff Mortuary, Midvale. COLLINS, Ethel 80, Oct. 25, Salt Lake City, Wasatch Lawn Mortuary, Salt Lake City. CONRADSEN, Donald 72, Oct. 26, Salt Lake City, Wasatch Lawn Mortuary, Salt Lake City, DAVIS, Gaylon 56, Oct.

26, Salt Lake City, McDougal Funeral Home, Salt Lake City. FARIS, Lillian, 74, Oct. 25, Salt Lake City, McDougal Funeral Home, Salt Lake City. JENSEN, Jack 56, Oct. 22, Lawrence, Fausett Mortuary, Price.

LEE, Ray 79, Oct. 23, Provo, Berg Mortuary, Provo. MAHLUM, Orville 74, Oct. 25, Provo, Berg Mortuary, Provo. MORGAN, John 92, Oct.

24, Provo, Berg Mortuary, Provo. RICH, Edith, 86, Oct. 25, Salt Lake City, Larkin Mortuary, Salt Lake City. STEAD, Joseph, 69, Oct. 24, Provo, Berg Mortuary, Provo.

TAYLOR, Marcia 79, Oct. 25, Gunnison, Warren R. Jensen Funeral Home, Gunnison. THORNLEY, Nathan 78, Oct. 24, Smithfield, Nelson Funeral Home, Smithfield.

WILLIAMS, Chad 19, Oct. 24, Salt Lake City, Goff Mortuary, Midvale. WRIGHT, Stacie 18, Oct. 24, Kaysville, Lindquist Mortuary, Kaysville. 1.

The Salt Lake Tribune from Salt Lake City, Utah (2024)

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