Obituaries 2

Neil S. Hutchinson, 45 
         Neil S. Hutchinson passed away May 9, 1990. Born October 7, 1944 in Salt Lake City, to Dean and Reve Hutchinson. Married Sherry L. Claar, August 31, 1968; later divorced. He was a member of the United States Coast Guard from March 1966 to February 1971. He worked at the Newspaper Agency Corp. from May 1970 until his death. Loved scuba diving and bike riding. A good friend and loved by all who knew him, Neil will be deeply missed. 
         Survivors include his daughter, Tera Lee; parents; brother, Jerry and wife,Nancy, and their children, Louisville, Kentucky; aunts, LaFawn Anderson, Salt Lake City; Madge Jones, Springville, Utah; Marie Stone, Mapleton, Utah; Norma Martin,Puyallup, Washington; and uncle, Lynn Stewart, Spokane, Washington. Funeral services will be Saturday, May 12, 1990 at 11 a.m. at Jenkins-Soffe Mortuary, 4760 South State, Murray, Utah. Friends may call at mortuary one hour prior to service. Interment will be at Valley View Memorial Park, 4400 West 4100 South.

Wayne Carl Inman

12/03/1943 - 08/09/2022

Wayne Carl Inman, age 78, passed away peacefully Tuesday August 9th, 2022 after a long chronic illness.

Wayne was born in 1943 to Bill and Leah Inman in Murray, Utah. He lived and worked his whole life in the Salt Lake City area. As the oldest of 6 children, he helped to care for his siblings and had a strong sense of responsibility and caring for others. Throughout his life he enjoyed hunting, fishing, bowling, golf, drag racing, auto racing, and most sports.

He is survived by his son William (Beth), and two granddaughters Sarah and Sage.

He is preceded in death by his wife Jean and daughter Lindi.

A memorial gathering will be held at Memorial Mountain View Mortuary, Cemetery and Pet Garden at 3115 East Bengal Boulevard on Wednesday, August 17th from 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM. Wayne would want us all standing around talking, as he loved talking to everyone.

Per his wishes, Wayne's ashes will be scattered at a later date, in a place close to his heart.

Wayne always left the people he met and the places he went better than he found them. In lieu of flowers, please share what you've got with someone who might need it more than you do.

Old Grizzly has signed off. The Sleeper has gone for a long nap. As Wayne would say - Thanks for coming, drive safe, and watch out for idiots.


Dr. Richard Elias Johns, Jr. 1943 ~ 2010  
          Dr. Richard E. Johns, Jr., loving husband, father, grandfather, friend, church leader and physician, passed away at his home in Bountiful, Utah on May 14, 2010 following a six-month battle with cancer. Dick was born on November 4, 1943 in Philadelphia, PA. He was the oldest son of six children in the family of Dr. Richard E. Johns and Virginia Harriett Johns. He attended Salt Lake City schools and graduated from East High School and the University of Utah with a degree in molecular and genetic biology. Dick furthered his education and graduated from medical school at Temple University in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania in 1972. Dickmarried Marianne Peterson on August 12, 1969 in the Salt Lake Temple. They are the proud parents of Lisa, Emily, Matthew, Kari, and Brian. His family always came first in his life. He created wonderful memories through numerous family trips, family nights at home and always made sure each child had one-on-one time with Dad. During his medical practice, Dick became Medical Director of the Davis County Health Department in 1972 and later worked for the Utah State Department of Health as the State Epidemiologist. He furthered his career by entering Occupational Medicine and became the Medical Director at the Rocky Mountain Center for Occupational and Environmental Health at the University of Utah. Dick went on to become the Medical Director for Thiokol/Alliant Tech Systems, from which he retired in 2005. He never truly stopped working, however, and continued consulting until March, 2010. 
was an active member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. He served a mission in the Liverpool, North British Mission from 1964-1966. During that time he played baseball with the "Mormon Yankees" as first baseman and was once voted most valuable player. He later served as Scoutmaster, Bishop's Counselor and Bishop of the Mueller Park Fourth Ward and also held positions on the High Council and counselor of the Mueller Park Stake Presidency. Most recently he served on the missionary medical committee of the Church, and loved being a docent at the Museum of Church History for the past four years. 

          Dick had a passion for life. He had a great love for sports and the outdoors. His grandchildren were his greatest joy, and he adored each one of them. He spent hours playing with them, going on hikes, planting the garden, four-wheeling, camping and other "dates with Grandpa." He spent many hours skiing, mountain biking, running, fishing, hiking, camping, and backpacking throughout the Wasatch Front, Uinta, and Wind River mountains, conquering any good peak or trail he heard of. He enjoyed playing baseball, tennis, racquetball, and golf; he even hit a hole-in-one. He had a strong desire to keep learning and, in addition to his continued studies in medicine, he pursued interests in history, photography, traveling and anything electronic. Dick never did anything halfway; everything he touched he worked hard at until it was mastered. Dick will be remembered as a great husband, father, grandfather and close friend to countless people. His family and friends learned from his example and the life he led. His example of faith, integrity, strength and perseverance, his compassion and service toward others and his great sense of humor have touched many people. Dick never gave up on anyone or anything and had the ability to bring life and laughter to any situation.          
          Dick was preceded in death by his father, Richard E. Johns MD, a brother, David Johns and a sister, Julianne Johns Asay. He is survived by his wife Marianne Peterson Johns and their five children: Lisa Anne Callister, Emily (Taylor) Scalley, Matthew (Heather) Johns, Kari (Ryan) Christensen and Brian Johns. He is also survived by his 10 grandchildren and twin grandsons who are expected in July. Additionally, he is survived by his mother, Virginia Smith Johns - brothers, Craig Johns (Becky), Stephen Johns (Sue), Todd Johns (Shiela) - sister, Dianne Johns Amott, and brothers-in-law, Ted Asay (Laura), and their families. Extended family includes David and Sharon Richards and Paul and Jeanette Clyde and their families. He was dearly loved by his nieces and nephews. 
Leland Woodruff Jonas passed away on October 8, 2018. He was born July 30, 1944, in Salt Lake City, Utah. He grew up mostly in Salt Lake City, and graduated from East High School.
Leland attended the University of Utah, earning a bachelor's degree in Economics (1966). While at the University of Utah he was active in Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity, the University Activities Council, and the Intramural Athletics Council. He served for 2 ¼ years in the Germany West Frankfurt Mission for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. After his mission, Leland attended Harvard Business School, graduating with an MBA (1971). He was elected to Phi Beta Kappa, Skull and Bones, and Owl and Key.
A significant life-long experience was Leland's service in the military, from entering into the Naval ROTC program in 1962, then the Naval Reserve, to his retirement at 60 years of age from the Utah National Guard. He served in the U.S. Army in Operation Desert Storm (1991) and Operation Enduring Freedom (2003).
Leland's love for scouting began as a Cub Scout in the East 27th Ward Troop 415. He earned his Eagle Scout, and went on to be awarded the Silver Beaver (1990).
He resided in Price, Utah for many years, where he worked for PacifiCorp. He retired and lived in Payson, Utah. He was a faithful and dedicated member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints all his life.
Leland is survived by his wife, Patty; his children: Emily (Sean) Douglas of Seattle, Washington; Ryan Jonas of Salt Lake City, Utah; Sharon (Patrick) McConnell of Columbus, Ohio; Aaron Jonas of Price, Utah; and their mother, Marian Jonas, of Salt Lake City, Utah; his siblings: Frank Jonas, Karen Clark, and Richard Jonas of Salt Lake City, Utah. He is preceded in death by his father and mother: Dr. Frank Herman Jonas and Dorothy L. Thomson Jonas. Leland was blessed with four grandchildren and one great grandchild.
Kent Raymond Jones 1943 ~ 2005
Kent, our beloved husband, father, son, brother, uncle and friend passed away suddenly after a short illness. He was born in Salt Lake City, Utah on Sept. 21, 1943, a son of Clyde Raymond and Dorothy Jordan Jones. Kent was a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. He filled an honorable mission to the East Central States (KY, TN, WV) Mission. He graduated from the University of Utah. He attended West High School and graduated from East High SchoolKent was a member of the Salt Lake Jaycees and lived several happy years in Oxnard, CA. He enjoyed spending time sailing the ocean and Channel Island Harbor, walking the beach and spending time with friends. Kent was an avid scholar. Every book he ever owned was read cover to cover, then placed in his library. Because of his love for music, he was an accomplished pianist. He was a fun person, everyone he knew became his friend and he had a great love for them all. He was employed as a salesman with American Classified.
           He is survived by his loving wife Pamela, mother Dorothy Jones, daughters, Jennifer Sabol, Kristine Porter (Marcus) and Sabrina Russell. He is also survived by two grandchildren, Aspen Riley Russell and Conrad Porter, stepchildren, Christina, Jeremy, and Sarah Richards; brothers, Brent C. Jones and Wayne G. (Susan) Jones and a sister Diane (Keith) Tempest. He is preceded in death by his father Clyde R. Jones.
         A celebration of life will be held Tuesday, March 8, 2005, 2:00 p.m. at Jenkins-Soffe Mortuary, 4760 S. State St., where family and friends may gather on Monday 6-7 p.m. and Tuesday one hour prior to the celebration. In lieu of flowers our family suggests donations to the Volunteers of America, 511 W. 200 W., Salt Lake City, UT 84101.
Heino Kleen 1943 ~ 2009
          Heino Kleen passed away on May 15, 2009, in Salt Lake City, UT. He was born on April 23,1943, in Germany to Minna and Henry Kleen. Heino loved animals and children. He worked at the State Capital for 32 years. His mother and father, Minna and Henry Kleen, preceded him in death. At his request there will be no services. Ashes to Ashes ~ Dust to Dust

Leif Edvard (Thorsen) Kloogh, Sr.
Leif , 77 of Lancaster, loving Father & Grandfather, passed away peacefully, at FMC, on Friday, January 10, 2020. He was surrounded by his loved ones. Leif was born in Stavanger, Norway on October 20, 1942. He & his family embarked a ship called the SS Stavangerfjord, from Norway, to make a new start with their LDS family in SLC, UT, in the 1950's. He served in the USMC for 2 decades, enlisting during the Vietnam war. He will admirably be remembered for his love of family & children. He enjoyed woodworking, making furniture, painting, & drawing. He is preceded in death by his Mother Edith A. (Kloogh) Stensrud & bonus Father Raymond B. Stensrud, Sr., Father Jakob L. Thorsen, sister Helene Thorsen, his beloved MorMor, MorFar, & many beloved Aunts & Uncles. He is survived by his children: Jeanette (Jack) Austin, Leif Kloogh, Jr., Deanna (Jeremy) Call, Steven Kloogh, Sr., & Karina Kloogh, 6 bonus children from blended families: Lynn Seymour, Bob Huff, Margie Ridenour, James Wright, & Susan & Michael Gibben, 5 siblings in SLC, UT: Raymond, Jr., Kenneth, Larry, Floyd, & Audrey Stensrud, & 4 in Norway: Thor, Kasper, Gro, & Arne Thorsen, & many cherished Grandchildren & Great Grandchildren.

Carol Leslie Landa, 1944 ~ 2011
              San Francisco, CA -The Chief of the Grammar Police, Carol Leslie Landa passed away November 22, 2011 from complications of breast cancer.
          She was born in Salt Lake City's LDS Hospital on August 21, 1944 to Esther Norma Rosenblatt Landa while her father Jerome Joseph Landa was serving overseas. Carol was age one, when her father first saw her.
           Carol attended Bonneville Elementary, Hillside Middle School and East High School in Salt Lake, the University of Missouri, the University of Utah, University of Hawaii, San Francisco State University and earned a Master of Public Administration from Golden Gate University.
          Carol began her professional career as a Salt Lake Tribune obituary writer. She taught in San Francisco's public schools and the private Town School for Boys. She served as Assistant Dean, Graduate Division, University of California, San Francisco.
          She was an officer of her neighborhood association and editor of the Presidio Heights newsletter and a member of the Cal Tennis Club. She has always tutored underprivileged children. Carol LOVED to travel and was always interested in others. She was a great sports fan and loyal to her "teams."
          We will always remember Carol as a devoted and dependable daughter, sister, aunt, cousin and friend. We will miss her sense of humor, caring and love. We will always remember Carol's concern for social justice and her eloquence.
          She is survived by her Mother; brother, Howard (Theresa) Landa; sister, Terry (Raymond) Vismantas; nephews, David Landa, Christopher Landa, Jason Vismantas and Simon Vismantas; niece, Dr. Whitney Landa (Tom Maiaroto) and extended family of aunts, uncles and cousins. She was preceded in death by her Father. Carol's family would like to thank her caregivers, Luzminda Fausto and Vicki Alfonso.
          A private graveside service was held in Salt Lake City. A memorial service will be held in San Francisco.
          Carol can be remembered with tributes to the National Council of Jewish Women (

Lorin Larsen
Lorin, age 69, passed away in South Jordan, Utah on December 9, 2013. Born on December 14, 1943 in Colorado Springs, Colorado, Lorin was the first of Winfred Van Larsen and Merrilla Worthington Larsen’s five children. He grew up in Salt Lake City, where he graduated from East High School. Lorin continued his education after serving as an LDS missionary in the Eastern States Mission, earning a bachelor’s degree in Sociology from the University of Utah and a master’s degree in Sociology from the University of Massachusetts. He married Nancy Louise Means on August 25, 1967, and together they had 3 children. They later divorced. For most of his adult life, Lorin worked for the Utah Department of Public Safety, directing various projects and divisions.

Lorin was a talented artist and avid fisherman who dabbled in the “culinary arts” and enjoyed collecting anything and everything. Towards the end of his life, he liked to remind us that “the purpose of life is to have joy and give love”. Lorin is survived by his children Matthew Larsen (Jennifer), Aimee Kendell (Chad), Amanda Mills (Nephi), 12 grandchildren, and siblings Colleen Kesler (John), Lyndon Larsen (Lisa), and Carolyn May (Jerry). He was preceded in death by his parents and brother, Eldon Larsen.

Jeffrey Stephen Lee passed away on June 11, 1998.
        Jeffrey was born Aug. 25, 1944, in Salt Lake City to Thelma Jensen Lee and Glenn Edwin Lee. He attended East High School and the University of Utah, where he graduated with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Civil Engineering in 1967.
          In 1969, he married Mary Ann Walton. They have two sons, Christopher Walton Lee and Alexander Walton Lee. After graduating from the U., Jeff joined the U.S. Public Health Service and moved to Cincinnati, Ohio, where he worked for the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health. In 1970, he and Mary Ann moved to Berkeley, where Jeff attended the University of California and received a master's of public health and a doctorate in environmental-health sciences. In 1976, Jeff became the deputy director of the health-response team for the Occupational Safety and Health Administration in Salt Lake City, and in 1979 he assumed an assistant professorship in the department of family and preventive medicine at the University of Utah School of Medicine. He also became director of industrial hygiene at the Rocky Mountain Center for Occupational Safety and Health. Jeff remained in that position, and became a full professor at the U. in May 1998.
          With three colleagues, Jeff created the consulting firm Industrial Health Inc. Jeffrey was an international leader in the field of industrial hygiene and occupational medicine. He was chairman of the American Conference of Governmental Industrial Hygienists and a member of the Board of Directors of the American Industrial Hygiene Association.
          In 1988, Jeff created the International Occupational Hygiene Association (IOHA) and served as its first president. In 1997, Jeff was honored with IOHA's first lifetime achievement award. Jeff was the editor-in-chief of the Applied Occupational and Environmental Hygiene Journal and served on many other professional journal editorial boards. He was the author of numerous articles and textbooks on occupational medicine and industrial hygiene.
          Beyond his professional achievements, Jeff was a man whose first priority and love was his family. He was an avid skier, backpacker, fisherman and outdoorsman. He loved to travel for work and pleasure and lived life fully with vitality, integrity, good humor, charm, and grace. He leaves an enormous legacy of Jeff Lee stories.
          Jeff is survived by his wife and sons; by his brother, Glenn Richard Lee (Pamela); by his sister, Linda Lee Fox (Nyle); by his mother-in-law, Minnie H. Walton; and by his brother-in-law, Harold H. Walton (Sandra).
          A memorial service will be held at Red Butte Gardens and Arboretum amphitheater on Thursday, June 18, from 12 noon to 2 p.m., followed by a graveside service at City Cemetery.            
          In lieu of flowers, scholarship funds in Jeff Lee's name have been established by the American Industrial Hygiene Association, the University of Utah Department of Family and Preventive Medicine, IHI Environmental, the Children's Dance Theatre and the Repertory Dance Theatre. For information please contact the Rocky Mountain Center for Occupational and Environmental Health at 581-7107.

Richard Lee
1944 ~ 2012

I had the good fortune to marry the most wonderful man in the world; the greatest dad; the best friend. Richard Lewis Lee was born May 22, 1944 in Price, Utah to J. Bracken and Margaret Draper Lee. They moved to Salt Lake when Bracken became the governor, in 1948. Richard held an awesome pride in his father who instilled in him a great love of political debate. Richard's brother James left for West Point about that time, but their relationship thrived through those years with James showing Richard the majesty of Utah's peaks. James and Richard, with their boys, once found themselves above a thunderstorm on King's Peak, hair literally on end. Commanding that trip was the only thing James did in his life that Richard did not emulate. Jon, Rich's sister, was his spiritual lode stone, the source of his laughter and prayers who helped him find eternity. Richard's future was determined when he began playing golf early in his life. He attended BYU on a golf scholarship.
He married Beverley Cook and moved to Las Vegas where he was the head golf professional at Paradise Valley Country Club. Richard and Beverley had 5 incredible children and Richard knew that Beverley was the best mother in the world. His children Randy, Libby Gober, (Tim), Jenn, Michael and Heather were his greatest inspiration, and he their greatest fan. Their daily conversations inspired his children and they will forever miss that source of guidance and good humor. Rich Lee's children were his greatest accomplishment, his proudest asset, his reason to live. Their existence honors him. He returned his growing family to Salt Lake and became a financial advisor at Merrill Lynch (later, Prudential/Wachovia), where he established life long relationships.
Rich married Merrianne Taylor in 1999, and made her life complete. His love and admiration blessed her with the greatest period of spiritual and intellectual growth, which will provide her with a full life. Of late Richard worked at Uinta golf, with another family of friends who will miss him. Rich is preceded in death by his parents, as well as his sister Helen Nelson (Harold). The recent death of his son Randy was a profound loss, but he dreamed of Randy recently in his prime, embracing him, and we know that neither is alone.
Rich had seven grandchildren; Steven, Jaxon, Olivia, Josie, Summer, Grace, and Chase; and they added light and laughter to his home. Though you might not have seen him for a while, if you were Richard's friend, you were his friend for life. He knew and loved so many people, and he told your stories, which grew in stature as they aged.
I will always remember the energy that preceded you into a room. You are the love of my life and I will hold you in my heart and see you in my dreams, until I can rest in your arms, again.

1944 ~ 2012
Larry Robbins Leishman, 67, of Taylorsville, Utah passed away peacefully at home on July 5, 2012 after a 2-year battle with brain cancer. He was born on July 22, 1944 in Brigham City, Utah to parents Marjorie Robbins Leishman and Merlin Ricks Leishman. Larry served a 2-year LDS mission in Germany and married his eternal sweetheart Carol Frederickson on March 7, 1969 in the Salt Lake Temple. He earned a Master's degree from Brigham Young University and taught for the LDS Church CES program for 36 years. Larryserved humbly but enthusiastically in the scouting program for over 20 years. He also served as an LDS bishop, youth leader, stake clerk, and temple worker. But always he was a teacher, with a stunning command of the scriptures and an ever faithful adherence to gospel principles. He served our country in the Army Reserves and the National Guard for 31 years, retiring with the rank of Chief Warrant Officer 5. He was an avid hiker and loved to exercise. Larry was preceded in death by his son Johnny and his motherMarjorie. He is survived by his wife Carol, and children Cindy (Michael) Gill, Joseph (Lorena), Chellie (Will) Phillips, Thomas (Megan), Tricia, Julie, Marie (Jason) Lefler, and Emily; also 21 grandchildren, fatherMerlin Leishman, sister Marilin (Lynn) Cox, and brother Kim (Becky). Funeral services will be held at the Taylorsville Central Stake Building, 4950 S. 1950 W. on Monday, July 9, 2012 at 12:00 p.m. Family and friends may gather at McDougal Funeral Home, 4330 S. Redwood Road, Sunday, July 8, 2012 from 6-8:00 p.m. and prior to the service at the church Monday from 10:30-11:30 am. Interment, Wasatch Lawn Memorial Park.

KATHLEEN LOVELESS CRYDER, age 70, of Riverside, CA, returned to our Father in Heaven on Saturday, July 5, 2014. She was born June 25, 1944 in Payson, UT to Ray and Evelyn Loveless. Kathleen is survived by her husband, Russell, mother, brother, sister, 10 children, 38 grandchildren and 7 great-grandchildren.

Ronald Koji Miya
1944 ~ 2019
Ronald Miya passed away peacefully in his sleep on March 7, 2019. He would have turned 75 on May 13th. He was born to Yosaku and Elna Miya in Salt Lake City, Utah.
Ron attended Webster Elementary, Bryant Jr. High, and East High School. During his years at East, he lettered on the wrestling team, sang in the chorale, served as Jr. Class VP and president of AB of E. Shortly after high school, he was baptized as a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. He went on to attend the University of Utah, where he earned a BFA degree in 1967. While at the U, he pledged Beta Theta Pi and was active in the fraternity for many years. After graduation from the U, Ron worked in various ad agencies before opening his own where he earned professional accolades for his work. He also served his country as a member of the Air National Guard.
In his early 30's he suffered a severe stroke while playing tennis with his friends. This event left him with significant paralysis and blindness. In spite of this, he found ways to persevere, including serving a service mission for his Church. Those who knew him best will always remember his positive attitude and great sense of humor.
He met and eventually married Jean Larsen. Although the marriage ended, Ron was sustained by his friends, family, and Church study group who provided loving help and support. He continued to battle his physical disabilities' challenges as they became more significant.
Ron is survived by his brother, Kenneth (Trudy) Miya, Lake Sherwood, CA; sister, Carolyn Reiko Okumura, Salt Lake City, UT; brother, Bruce Miya, Salt Lake City, UT; aunt Arlene Tsujimoto and numerous nephews, nieces, and cousins.

Renate Anne Moritz Heyn
1944 ~ 2022
Our loving and devoted wife, mother, daughter, and many different endearments for Grandmother, passed away February 14, 2022, from the cruel ravages of Alzheimer's Disease. Renate was born in Hanover, Germany, on May 4, 1944, to Willi and Elfriede Moritz. Renate spoke lovingly about her years spent as a child in Germany. She immigrated to America in 1952 with her parents and younger sister, Irene. While in high school at East High, Renate met, and in 1964, married, Jeff Heyn, who admittedly married way out of his league. The marriage lasted for 57 years and produced three wonderful sons: Michael, Robert and Christopher, along with five precious grandchildren: Paige, Rachel, Mitchell, Emma and Serena.
To say her grandchildren were the light of her life is the ultimate understatement. Renate's finest moments always centered around her family. Renate had many skills and talents, especially related to music and decorating. She sang in several choirs including the Jay Welch Chorale, and participated in yearly performances of the Messiah with the Oratorio Society of Utah. She kept a beautiful home where her family always felt welcomed and loved. Renate loved traveling with her husband to their favorite spots including Carmel, California and Sun Valley, Idaho. Jeff and Renate were fortunate to return to Hanover in 1998, where, after 46 years, Renate was able to find her childhood home. Renate was a natural caregiver for her parents and son, Christopher. Renate spent many hours with Jeff enjoying a good cup of coffee. She was a beautiful woman with a radiant smile. Alzheimer's took away so much from Renate, but could not take away her dignity nor her humanity. Her tenacious spirit may have been dimmed but not extinguished. Our family would like to thank the caregivers from Good Shepherd and Annie's Elder Care for their loving and expert attention. Special thanks to Sonnie and Mary who grew to love Renate and who were loved by her family in return. Renate is survived by her husband Jeff, sons Michael (Shana), Robert (Paula), grandchildren Paige Pectol (Ian), Rachel Sharp (Evan), Mitchell (Jordyn), Emma Fox (Adam) and Serena (Kody), and sister-in-law Lynda Logsdon. She is preceded in death by her son Christopher, sister Irene Hamilton, brother-in-law Howard Logsdon, and parents Willi and Elfriede Moritz.

George Moyer
          Beloved husband and father, George Lytle Moyer, 40, passed away, May 24, 1985 in Salt Lake city, Utah.
          Born June 12, 1944 in Salt Lake City to Lytle Delmas and Florence Tripp Moyer. Married Barbara Ann Ferris, December 16, 1968 in the Salt Lake Temple. Graduated from East High School in 1962 where he had served as Senior Class President. He served a mission for the LDS Church, 1964-66 in the Southwest British/British South Mission. Graduated from the University of Utah in 1969. Member of Sigma Chi Fraternity. Had served with the Utah National Guard. He was a pilot and loved to fly. George loved the youth and loved working with them in his community and in his church. He was a successful real estate broker and developer. He loved and was very proud of his children.
          Survivors: Wife and children, Michael George, Marshawn, James Brett, Abbie Lynne, all of Holladay; Father and stepmother, Lytle and Renee of Salt Lake City; two sisters, Mrs. Raymond (Joan) Byrd and Mrs. Carol Roberts, both of Salt Lake City.
          Funeral service will be held Wednesday noon, Holladay 25th Ward, 4560 Naniloa Dr. (2970 East). Friends may call at Larkin Sunset Lawn, 2350 East 1300 South, Tuesday, 6-8 p.m. and at the ward chapel one hour prior to the service. Internment will be at Wasatch Lawn Memorial Park.
          The family would appreciate those who wish write a letter to George’s children recalling any memorable experiences they may have had with George. Family wishes donations be made to the Utah Heart Association, 645 East 400 South, Salt Lake City.
James Jensen Nacey 12/7/1943 ~ 7/7/2011
          James Jensen Nacey, aka "Jimmy", "Jim", "JJ", "Dad", "Grandpa", born on Dec 7, 1943, in Murray, UT, to James Leo Jensen and Barbara Maxwell Jensen passed away surrounded by his wife and family.
          Jim grew up in the Salt Lake area and graduated from East High School. He was an active member of the LDS church and served a three year mission to Japan. Jim loved the outdoors and was most often found with his camera. Jim served honorably with the Army. Jim had many church callings, but among his most important callings were son, brother, husband, father, and grandfather. Jim loved his family more than anything and showed that love as often as he could.
          Jim leaves behind his wife Connie, children Jamie McCleery (Brian), Jason Nacey, Jared Nacey (Megan), Ann Korthas (Robert), Christy Nacey, Georgia Bair (Kevin), grandchildren, his mom Barbara, siblings David Jensen (Margaret), Robin Nacey (Jody), Patrick Nacey, Michael Nacey, Shannon Pugmire (Kent), Shaun Nacey (Marla), and Erin Nacey. He is preceded in death by his fathers James Leo Jensen, Robert E. Nacey, and sister Janet "Cookie" Eastman.
          In lieu of flowers, please make donations to the James Jensen Nacey Memorial Fund at any Wells Fargo Bank.
         Funeral will be held on Thursday, July 14, 2011, at 3:00 p.m. at the Park Ave Ward located at 940 W Three Point Ave, Logan, UT. 

Cheryl L. Naughton-
1943 ~ 2019
Cheryl passed away peacefully on Saturday, March 16th, 2019 at her home surrounded by family. She was born on November 28th, 1943 in Salt Lake City at Holy Cross Hospital. She grew up in Salt Lake proper and was a proud graduate of East High School. Cheryl married Borge West on June 13th, 1964 resulting in 19 years of marriage and two children, Gavin and Chanel whom she dearly loved. Cheryl later married Brent Arbon, on March 2nd, 1986 in Reno, Nevada resulting in 33 years of marriage and one child, Skyler whom she dearly loved. Cheryl worked at a jewelry business, Ray Van's, that she would eventually co-own and run with her husband Brent until Cheryl's retirement.
She is preceeded in death by mother and father Edward and Norma Naughton, and nephew Zachary Naughton. She is survived by brother Paul Naughton, daughter Chanel West, sons Gavin West and Skyler Arbon and her seven grandchildren.

Enid Olson Pino ""Nicki""
           Our loving mother, grandmother, sister and friend passed away suddenly April 20, 2002.
           Born October 1, 1943 in Salt Lake City, Utah to Ethel Levie and A. Richard Olson. Married James E. Pino. Together, they had three children. Later divorced. She worked for the Utah State Department of Corrections for 28 years. Enid was an incredibly strong and independent woman. She was wonderfully kind and thoughtful with a goofy sense of humor. She loved to laugh and make others laugh with her. Even when she was ill she extended her love and kindness to others by sending cards and letters and staying in touch. She is so very loved by many. She especially loved spending time with her daughters Sherri and Teri and granddaughters Sarah (7) and Erin (5) and enjoyed photographing them and making scrapbooks. Enid enjoyed spending time with her best friend Kathy, especially at the tree house in Lava. She spent time traveling to Australia, New Zealand and Hong Kong with her sisters who were anticipating many more adventures together.
           She is survived by her daughters Sherri (Michael) Pino-Mettenet and Teri (John) Pino-Cutler; granddaughters Sarah and Erin; and sisters Elin O. Dufur, Carol O. Poulsen and Bonnie O. Rawson.
           Preceded in death by her parents and her daughter, Toni in 1973.
           A Funeral Service will be held Thursday April 25th at 2:00 p.m. at Mt. View Memorial Estates, 3115 East 7800 South, where friends may call on Wednesday from 6:00 until 8:00 p.m. and one hour prior to the service.
          “Mom-you filled our lives with so much laughter and love; what will we
           do without you?”

Donna Orrock Kiss-Illes, 67, passed away on September 28, 2011 in South Jordan, Utah.            
          She was born on January 4, 1944 in Joseph, Utah to Joseph Clair and Lila Rose Christensen Orrock. Donna married Antel Kiss-Illes on April 12, 1963 in Salt lake city, Utah. Later solemnized in the Salt Lake Temle. She was a Nurse at Cottonwood and Alta View Hospitals. Donna enjoyed scrapbooking and spending time with family. She was an active member of the LDS Church. Survived by her sons, Anthony (Peni), Emery and Joseph; 5 grandchildren; 1 great granddaughter; sisters, Beverly Tadehara, Elaine Harris; Lucille Christensen. Preceded in death by her parents, husband, son, Andrew; sisters, Anna Lou Seely, Kathleen Ellibee.
         Funeral services will be held at 11:00 a.m. on Tuesday, October 4, 2011 at Goff Mortuary, 8090 S. State Street, Midvale, Utah. Friends may call 1 hour prior to the services. Interment, Orem City Cemetery.

Marie Paget Kern
Salt Lake City, Utah-On the morning of Feb. 1, 2019 Marie Paget Kern of Centerville, UT passed away peacefully at the age of 75.
She is survived by her son Jason (Kim-Marie) Kern and daughter Christine (Todd) Lambert.

Kathy Jo Paxton Mott, 57, and Dr. H. William Mott, 60, of Pocatello, Idaho died together with their son, Michael, and his girlfriend, Laurel Foster, in a plane crash on December 31, 2000 in Penticton, British Columbia.
          Bill was born March 3, 1940 to Bernard and Bonnie Mott of Santa Ana, CA. Kathy was born September 23, 1943 to Elden and Fontel Paxton of Salt Lake City, UT. Kathy and Bill were married August 18, 1968 on Martha's Vineyard, MA.
          Bill served the communities of Jackson, WY and Pocatello as an orthopedic surgeon. He was an active member of the hospital community, Rotary, and Grace Lutheran Church. He recently served in volunteer medical aid missions to Peru.
          Kathy graduated from East High School and the University of Utah in Education. She went on to get a Masters Degree. She was a teacher and tutor who believed education led to empowerment. Kathy dedicated her life to her children. She was adored by a large number of close friends.
          Kathy and Bill are survived by their two daughters, Macey Alexis and Jennifer Ashley and their respective mothers, sisters, Elizabeth Paxton Ringwood (Phil) and Margaret Mott; and their brothers, David Paxton and Donald Mott.
          Honorary services will be held at Red Butte Gardens in Salt Lake, 300 Wakara Way, at 5 p.m., Saturday, January 6, 2001 under the direction of Larkin Mortuary and also at Grace Lutheran Church in Pocatello, Idaho, 1350 Baldy Ave., at 2 p.m. on Tuesday, January 9. Memorial donations may be sent to the church in lieu of flowers if desired.

Alden L. Parker “My Sweetheart” Our dear husband, father, grandfather, great grandfather and friend, Alden Parker, passed on to his Heavenly home March 27, 2005, at the age of 61, after a courageous battle with a rare disease. His upbeat attitude was a great example to those around him. He was a wonderful man who lived a life of love and service to others.
           Alden was born December 17, 1943 in Salt Lake City to William Martin and Mildred McCarty Parker. He married Kathleen Earl and together they had seven children.
           He was a great provider for his family. He worked and retired out of Local 57. Survived by wife, Kathleen; sons: Todd, Cody, Jonathan and Jared; daughters; Tonya, Tosha and Ashley; 17 grandchildren; two great-grandchildren; brothers: Bill, Mike and David; sister, Kathy. The family would like to express their gratitude for those who have given their love and support.
           Funeral services will be held Friday, 12:00 noon at Bennion Heights 7th Ward, 3045 West Bernina Drive. A viewing will be held Thursday, 6-8 p.m. at McDougal Funeral Home, 4330 South Redwood Road and Friday at the church one hour prior to services. Internment, Mountain View Memorial Estates.
           Published in Deseret News from March 29 to March 30, 2005.

Richard Donald Parry
Richard Donald Parry, beloved husband, father, grandfather, brother, and friend, lost his 5-year battle with MDS and Leukemia on January 23, 2015. Rick had a deep love for the Savior, Jesus Christ, and exemplified that on a daily basis throughout his life. Many were the recipients of his time, love and generosity. Rick was born on April 3, 1944 in Salt Lake City, Utah to Alvarus and Maurine Parry. He married Judy Bradley, his high school sweetheart. Rick's greatest joy was his family, and together he and Judy were blessed with ten children. He was an exceptional husband and father, and taught many lessons to his children not only through his words but by his loving example.
Rick is survived by Judy, his wife of 51 years, 9 children, 35 grandchildren, and 4 siblings. He is preceded in death by his son Adam, his parents, and his mother-in-law, Mildred Bradley.
Funeral services will be held on January 29, 2015 at 11am at the Alta View Stake Center, 1850 East 8600 South in Sandy, UT. Viewings will be held Wednesday from 6-8pm at Larkin Sunset Gardens, 1950 East Dimple Dell Road in Sandy, UT and again prior to the funeral from 9:30-10:30am at the church. Interment will be at Larkin Sunset Gardens.
Dad and Grandpa- We will miss you, but we know this is not the end. You are "better than the best"!

Herbert Jay Plewe
           Herbert Jay Plewe was born in Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada Nov 28, 1943. He died at the age of 58 on November 21, 2002, at his home in Mission Viejo, CA.
          Jay was raised in Salt Lake City, UT at the Plewe family homestead 838 E. South Temple. He was a graduate of East High School, and then served as a missionary for the LDS Church in the British Mission. He married Della Mae Dibb in the Salt Lake LDS Temple June 9, 1967. Jay then attended the University of Utah and went on to work for the LDS Hospital. In 1974, Jay and Della moved to Mission Viejo, California after taking a job with American Hospital Supply.
          Jay was a lifelong member of the LDS church, and served as bishop, a counselor in the stake presidency, and many other positions.
          He was preceded in death by his parents, Sarah and Herbert Plewe. He is survived by his wife, Della; sons, Todd (wife, Monica), Troy (wife, Sarah), Tim (wife, Kelly), Tyler; and seven grandchildren.         
          A funeral will be in Mission Viejo, CA, Nov 25, 2002. A graveside service will be Nov 26, 2002, 4 p.m., Salt Lake City Cemetery.