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Bottino, Mary Ann  
Mary Ann Bottino Ivins Mary Ann Bottino, age 75, passed away Saturday May 21, 2016 in St. George, Utah. She was born on January 29, 1941 in Rexburg, Idaho to Garner B. Pincock and May Fullmer. She was the oldest of 10 children. She married Paul J. Bottino on November 16, 1963 in Rexburg, Idaho, they were later sealed in the Idaho Falls LDS Temple. Ann graduated from Madison High School in Rexburg in 1959. She attended Cosmetology school, and moved to Logan, Utah, where she worked for many years. In 1965 she moved to Pullman, Washington, where she continued her Cosmetology career. She was very popular and successful as a Cosmetologist with a large clientele, including the wives of two university presidents. In Washington State she won several hair styling awards. Ann moved to Long Island, New York in 1969 and focused mostly on raising her family. In New York she took up a part-time job as a school bus driver. Then upon moving to Laurel, Maryland in 1973 she pursued school bus driving for special education students in Prince Georges County and continued doing this for 29 years. She finally retired from that work in 2003. She and her husband then moved to Frankford, Delaware and enjoyed a very easy going lifestyle, which included many days at the beach, which she dearly loved. Then in December 2011, she and her husband moved to Ivins City, Utah. Ann was a very talented, hard working woman. In addition to her faithful LDS service in many callings over the years, and her job, she was an outstanding mother, cook, and a very accomplished quilter and an active member to the Dixie Quilt Guild. She loved riding around the desert and mountains with her husband on a Polaris RZR, and she enjoyed greatly her three grandchildren. She traveled to Hawaii and twice to Alaska and from 2003 until the move to Ivins, traveled each winter from Delaware to Utah for two months. She actually enjoyed the road trips across the country. Ann is survived by her husband of 52 years, Paul, her daughters: Angela (48) of West Jordan, Utah, and Kristin (46) of Elkridge, Maryland, as well as her three grandchildren: Taylor (17), Wade (12), and Blair (10), also of Elkridge, Maryland. In addition, she is survived by her sisters: RoseLee Koon, Sallee Miller, Shirley Pincock, Joan Bybee; and two brothers: Jim Pincock, and Bert Pincock. A visitation will be held Tuesday, May 24, 2016 from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. at Metcalf Mortuary, 288 West St. George Blvd., St. George, Utah. Interment will be in the Ivins City Cemetery Arrangements entrusted to the care of Metcalf Mortuary, (435) 673-4221. Please visit our website at www.metcalfmorturary.com for condolences, complete obituary and funeral listings.
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Breinholt, Bill M.  
Bill M. Breinholt Our beloved and cherished dad, husband, and friend passed away peacefully at home on Wednesday surrounded by his loving family. Bill was an amazing, outgoing man who loved life to the fullest, made friends with everyone he met, and was always available to help anyone in their time of need. Wherever we went dad always ran into someone he knew by name. Bill was the third child born to Verdi and Mary Breinholt. He grew up in Salt Lake City, and his ginger red hair, beautiful blue eyes, and bright smile would light up any room he happened to stroll into. He was an Eagle Scout and graduated from East High School in June of 1953. Bill married Shauna Kilpatrick, the love of his life, in February of 1954. Together they raised four rambunctious sons; Ben, Mark, Tracy, and Daron. Bill loved the outdoors, was an excellent golfer, and could always be found skiing the slopes of Alta, Snowbird, or Deer Valley. In fact we were skiing together as a family when we nicknamed our dad "Wild Willie". He had an inner strength and confidence to accomplish anything he put his mind to. He was always there to praise, love, encourage, lighten up the mood with a joke, or wipe a tear and give a hug. He was our leader, mentor, inspiration, friend, and, best of all, the most incredible dad a son could ever imagine. Bill is survived by his wife Shauna, sons Ben (Carol), Tracy (Debbie), and Daron (Kenna), sister Madelyn, brother Kenny, and dog Macie. He also has eight grandchildren and nine great grandchildren. Special thanks to our care team at Cornerstone Hospice, to the aides and staff at Cedarwood of Sandy Assisted Living, and to everyone at the IMC Jon and Karen Huntsman Cancer Center in Murray. Our family especially thanks our loving and caring Nurse Meggan for being our Angel on Earth. Memorial services will be held celebrating Bill's life at Wasatch Lawn Memorial Park, 3401 Highland Dr. on Thursday, May 26 at 11:00 AM. Everyone is also welcome to Bill's viewing on Wednesday, May 25 from 6:00 to 8:00 PM. In lieu of flowers we request that donations be made to the Intermountain Research and Medical Foundation in the memory of Bill Breinholt to cancer research at 5171 South Cottonwood Street, Murray, UT 84175 or call 8015072040.
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