1945 ~ 2013|
David Dean Halladay, 68, of American Fork, peacefully passed away at his home, Wednesday, June 19th.
David was born May 14, 1945 to Dean LeRoy and Merle Halladay in Astoria, Oregon and grew up in Provo, Utah.
David graduated from Provo High School in 1963. After graduation, David served a two-year mission for the LDS Church in New York, Hill Cumorah. Following his mission, David served honorably in the National Guard specializing in demolitions. David met the love of his life, Terry Ellen Taylor, while attending Brigham Young University. David and Terry were sealed for time and all eternity on June 2, 1971 in the Los Angeles Temple. After graduating in 1972 from BYU in Political Science, David furthered his studies at Northwestern University in Chicago where he received his ABD Graduate degree in Trust Administration. David worked in the Trust Departments of First Security, Wells Fargo, and Zions banks. In 1995, David founded Trustconsult, a successful trust consulting business. In 2003, David was honored to receive the UVSC Alumni Pinnacle Award following his service on the Utah Valley Alumni Board and Board of Trustees.
David was a devoted husband and father, and loved his family unconditionally. He was steadfast, diligent, and exercised unshakeable faith in our Lord Jesus Christ.
David was preceded in death by his parents, his sister June and brother Jimmy. He is survived by his wife Terry Ellen; sister, Christie H. (Greg) Jarrard, of South Jordan; his four sons: Brian (Michelle) of Pleasant Grove, Timothy (Karen) of Provo, Robert (Melinda) of St. George, and William (Allison) of Baytown, Texas; and his 10 grandchildren: Sydney, Michael, Katelyn, Dylan, Matthew, Landon, Laura, Thomas, Bradley, and Cooper.
Funeral services will be held on Monday, June 24, 2013 at 11 a.m. in the Manila 7th Ward, 1320 West 3540 North, American Fork. The family will greet friends on Sunday from 6-8 p.m. and Monday from 9:30 a.m. to 10:45 a.m. prior to the funeral services. In lieu of flowers, charitable contributions may be made to the Junior Diabetic Research Foundation. Online memories and condolences may be shared at andersonmortuary.com.
Published in Deseret News on June 21, 2013