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Allred, Michael  
Michael Brent Allred St. George, UT Michael Brent Allred, age 41, rose upon the horizon of a perfect endless day on 5/22/2016 in St. George, UT. He was a beloved son, brother, father, uncle and friend. Born in West Valley, UT on November 22, 1974 to Sharlene Lefler and Rick Allred. He worked for Andrus Trucking for 8 years where he was loved by all who he came in contact with. Anyone who got to know Mike knew he had a heart of gold, he was always willing to give all that he had to help others. His passions in life were fishing, hunting, restoring cars with his older brother Arty, bowling, playing sports like baseball and basketball, he loved any music with bass that he could play loudly on his subwoofers but most of all spending time with family. He is survived by his mother, Sharlene Imes, daughter, Kassidy and son, Zack; older siblings, Tonya Stewart and Arty Allred; younger sisters, April Taylor and Erica Bown. He was preceded in death by his Father Rick Allred, Grandparents Arthur and Marjorie Allred and Grandmother Carline Lefler. Funeral services will be Saturday, May 28, 2016 at 2:00 pm in the Spilsbury Mortuary, 110 S. Bluff St., St. George, UT. Viewing will be prior to services from 12:30 to 1:30 pm. Interment will be in the Washington City Cemetery, 300 E. Parkview Dr. Washington, UT. Arrangements are under the direction of Spilsbury Mortuary, St. George, UT (435) 673-2454. Family and friends are invited to leave their condolences at www.spilsburymortuary.com . Memorial donations in lieu of flowers may be made to https://www.gofundme.com/2567rxq4
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Published in The Spectrum & Daily News on May 27, 2016
Andersen, Norman  
Norman Andersen Santa Clara Norman Andersen, passed away on May 25, 2016 at his home in Santa Clara, UT. He was born June 27, 1924, in Arbon, ID, to John Christrian and DeSena Sorensen Andersen. Norman was raised on the family farm in Arbon and had many arduous responsibilities. He helped raise horses, cattle, sheep, pigs, chickens, ducks, geese, and turkeys. He remained there until he was thirty-two years old. He attended Valley View High, Lincoln Jr. High, and American Falls High, as well as Laney Trade School and Oakland and T.T.I. Heavy Equipment Training in Salem, OR. Norman left the family farm in 1956, and made his permanent home in Oakland, CA. Pacific Tire was his first employer in Oakland. He then worked for Oliver Tire and Rubber and the St. Regis paper Co. in San Leandro, CA. His main employer was East Bay Municipal Utility District, in Oakland, CA and retired in 1989 after twenty-six years of employment. He married Josephine DeFilippis in Elko, NV, on December 8, 1956. Norman adopted her three girls: Paulette Ruby, Charlette, and Cecelia Marie. Paulette Passed away in July 2008, in San Leandro, CA. In 1958, they had twin girls in Oakland: Pamela Lee and Priscilla Ann. Josephine Died in 1983, and was interred in Arbon, ID. Norman remarried on June 21, 1986, to Tanga Rebecca Brown Dana. They were sealed in the Oakland Temple March 3, 2001. They honeymooned in Canada and saw Expo 86. They had such a good time, they returned the following year. Norman loved gems and minerals. He was past president of east bay gem and mineral society. He and his family enjoyed many great trips looking for interesting stones. He and Tanga made it all the way to Canada, New York, the east coast, and Florida on a 14,000 mile trip with two dogs in a fifth wheel in 1996. They had a grand time and enjoyed it very much. They traveled to Israel in 2000. Funeral services will be held Thursday, June 2, 2016 at 11:00 a.m. at the Santa Clara 3rd Ward Chapel, 1706 Desert Dawn Dr., Santa Clara, UT. A visitation will be held from 9:30 to 10:30 prior to the service. Funeral services in Idaho will be held Saturday, June 4, 2016 at 11:00 a.m. at the Arbon LDS Ward Chapel. A visitation will be held from 9:30 to 10:30 prior to the service. Interment will follow at the Arbon Valley Cemetery. Friends and family are invited to share condolences online at www.SerenityStG.com . Arrangements and memorial tree planting by Serenity Funeral Home of Southern Utah, 986-2085.
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Published in The Spectrum & Daily News on May 29, 2016
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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Published in The Spectrum & Daily News from May 24 to May 25, 2016
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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Published in The Spectrum & Daily News on May 24, 2016
Clark, Carol  
Carol Clark Beaver Dam, AZ Carol Catherine Foriyes Clark passed away on April 30, 2016 after a courageous battle with ALS. She was born on Dec. 19, 1933 to Frank and Rose Addotta Foriyes in Brooklyn, New York. She grew up in Rockford, Illinois. Carol stayed close with her kindergarten classmates up until the time of her death, and she cherished those friendships. She married the love of her life, Leonard S. Clark, on July 14, 1984. Carol was a true social butterfly, hosting ladies' tea parties, visiting new lunch restaurants, and playing raucous domino games with her husband and their friends late into Friday nights. Carol was fiercely proud of her children's and grandchildren's achievements, and she treasured her family. She is survived by her husband, Leonard, and her children, Maryanne McFarland (David), Gianine Lupo, Karen Lupo (Dave) and John Lupo (Dorothea), 10 grandchildren and 5 great-grandchildren. She is also survived by her step-children Merry Ellen Lingmann, Steve Clark (Marilyn), Peggy Rushton (Doug), Mark Clark and 11 step-grandchildren and 18 step-great-grandchildren. A memorial service will be held on Saturday, May 28 from 1 to 2 p.m. at Virgin Valley Mortuary, 320 E. Old Mill Road in Mesquite, Nevada. The family would like to send a special thank you to Gail, Erika and the amazingly caring people at Mesa View Hospice. They also would like to thank Leonard's sister and brother-in-law, Jeannie and Mick Edwards, for their love and support. In lieu of flowers, please donate to the ALS Association either at www.alsa.org or by mail at The ALS Association, Gift Processing Center, PO Box 6051, Albert Lea, MN 56007.
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Published in Desert Valley Times on May 24, 2016
Cutler, Roger  
Roger Kirby Cutler Kanab, Utah Roger Kirby Cutler passed away May 24, 2016 after battling stage 4 metastatic gastric cancer. He was born September 15, 1950 in Kanab, Utah to Conway and Mary May Kirby Cutler. He was raised and played there the majority of his youth, soaking in the red dirt which stayed in his blood throughout his life. It always drew him back to the area where he would eventually raise his own family. Roger was the oldest of seven children and was given the responsibility of helping to raise them, learning lessons that would be useful in his future career choice. He joined he Utah Highway Patrol, and after 5 years was one of the youngest troopers ever promoted to Sergeant. Roger loved sports of any kind. KHS was his land of opportunity as he told many stories of awards, trophies, and accolades awarded during his years there; it was up to us to determine which were true. He also reminded us daily that he was "Preferred Cowboy". He has loved the chance to watch his own children and grandchildren play sports in the area over the years, too. Small town life was never portrayed better than through his eyes when he went to Grandma Kirby's for lunch to get home made tomato and cheese sandwiches, because she would peel the tomatoes. Every game day she would feed him a steak for lunch. His best friends in life were made during this time growing up in Kanab. After high school, Roger honorably served our country in Vietnam, which took a great toll on him as it did many others. After the war he married Polly Leach, later divorced. They had a daughter Brandy. He went to Bryce Canyon to work in a Chevron Station, and charmed tourists until he met his wife of 40 years, Lydia Pollock. They were married Sept. 11, 1976 in Tropic, Utah, later solemnized in the St. George Temple. His Highway Patrol career gave him and his family the opportunity to meet his many lifelong friends in Orderville, Green River, Moab, and Richfield, then finally home to his red dirt of Kanab where he lived the remainder of his life. Survivors include wife Lydia; children Brandy, Casey (Rod) Willis, Chandler, Clayton (Alexis), Candace (Chad) Staheli, and Chase; siblings Curtis (Joanie), Suzy (Bill) Blasdell, Tracy (Rhonda), Scott (Kristen) Robertson, and Cindy (Mike) Mitchie; brother in law Brad Millett; 19 grandchildren with 2 on the way, and many nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his parents, step parents, and a sister Lynn Millett. Funeral services will be held Friday, May 27, 2016 at 11:00 AM in the Kanab Utah Stake Center, with viewings Thursday evening from 5:00-6:00 PM and Friday morning from 10:00-10:45 AM. Burial will be in the Kanab City Cemetery with honors by the UHP Honor Guard. Arrangements were made with Mosdell Mortuary.
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Published in The Spectrum & Daily News on May 27, 2016
Glines, Reece L.  
Reece L. Glines Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada Reece L Glines, loving husband, father and grandfather passed away peacefully, Monday, May 23, 2016 in Calgary, Alberta, Canada after a short illness. Reece was born in Cardston, Alberta, Canada on November 9, 1930. He was the son of Basil Zoram and Grace Lamb Glines. Reece graduated from Cardston High School in 1949, Brigham Young University in 1957 with degrees in Chemistry and Chemical engineering, and obtained a masters degree in Plant Engineering from Utah State University in 1973. Reece was a faithful member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. He served a 28-month proselyting mission to New Zealand as a young man, service missions as a construction facilitator on the Mount Timpanogos Utah Temple and the Montreal Quebec Temple. He was ordained a High Priest on May 12, 1963 and held varied callings throughout his life. He loved his calling as Regional Church History Representative allowing him to interview members and preserve their personal histories. Reece worked at several jobs in his career including 22 years at Hercules Chemical Company as a plant engineer and 5 years in the Southern States region office and International Building Department for the LDS Church with assignment around the world. He retired early in 1991. Reece married Luzon Bringhurst on September 17, 1955. They are the parents of six children, living most of their marriage in American Fork, Utah and Toquerville, Utah. They later divorced. Reece married Rea Skelton on September 27, 2014, residing in Lethbridge, Alberta. Rea has four grown children and one deceased daughter. Reece loved to build things, was very handy, and could fix most anything. He was a great mentor and teacher, passing on his skills to children, grandchildren, and friends. He loved playing the organ, a good road trip, dancing, visiting with friends, and being with family. Reece is survived by his wife Rea, his six children: DeVerl and Jayne Glines, Erlene and Craig Skinn, Brett and Leanne Glines, Jeralee and Lee Rawlings, Andrea and Bruce Summerhays, Kendall and Tiffany Glines. Rea's children: Juanita Gregson (deceased), Warren Gregson, Jim and Shawna Gregson, Greg and Nichole Skelton, Julia and Kyle Jarrett. Together Reece and Rea have 32 grandchildren and 6 great grandchildren.
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Published in The Spectrum & Daily News on May 27, 2016
Goodwin, Nathalee  
Nathalee Dearing Goodwin St. George, Utah Nathalee Dearing Goodwin age 84, passed away peacefully at home on May 19, 2016, surrounded by loved ones. She was born December 15, 1931 in Jackson, Alabama to Ira Martin Dearing and Nathalee Jesse Bolen. She was raised in Alabama and Graduated from Murphy High School (Mobile, Alabama) She married James C. Goodwin (J.C) June 5, 1954 in Prichard Alabama. After she was married they moved to Argentina and Venezuela. Then moved to California and lived there for 38 years. Her first son was born in Argentina James E. Goodwin. She had two more sons born in California Jeffery C. Goodwin and Gregory L. Goodwin. She is survived by her husband James C. Goodwin (J.C); three sons: James E (Randi) Goodwin, Jeffery C. Goodwin, Gregory L. Goodwin. 5 grandchildren, 8 great grandchildren; and her little brother Jimmy Dearing. •Services will be held on Friday May 27, 2016 at 10:30am at Tonaquint Cemetery. •There will be an OPEN HOUSE May 27, 2016 at 12-lpm at LDS Chapel,2583 East 350 North •Arrangements have been entrusted to the care of Hughes Mortuary 435-674-5000
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Published in The Spectrum & Daily News on May 25, 2016
Henderson, Stella  
Stella V. Blomgren Henderson Our beloved and loving Mother Stella Victoria Henderson, age 99, passed away Monday May 23, 2016 in St. George Utah. She was born February 4, 1917 in Oglesby, Illinois to Stanley and Josephine Rosalek Feliksiak. Stella was raised in Moline, Illinois where she married Emil George Blomgren June 27, 1936. They were married for 40 years. In 1947 they moved to Salt Lake City, Utah. Stella was active with the ladies group at Sacred Heart Catholic church and worked for ModeOday in Salt Lake City. They moved to San Rafael, California, and then to Phoenix Arizona where she worked for Montgomery Wards and Dillard department stores. Emil passed away at age 64 on July 28, 1976. Stella enjoyed bowling and loved to go dancing where she met Charles Henderson who became her dance partner and they married on September 1, 1989. She enjoyed her family and loved the grandchildren and great grandchildren. Stella had three brothers, Mathew, John, and Edward all deceased and two sisters Josephine Coleman, deceased, and Francis Marzorati of Moline Illinois. Stella is survived by daughters Nancy Woodmansee (Dave) of St. George Utah, Janet Wehinger (Bill) of Boulder Colorado, and sons Donald Blomgren (Karen) and Bill Blomgren both of Apache Junction, Arizona. She has ten grandchildren and eight great grandchildren. Funeral services and interment will be Tuesday May 31, 2016 at 1:00 PM at Greenwood Memory Lawn, 2300 W. Van Buren, Phoenix, Arizona Arrangements are under the direction of Spilsbury Mortuary, St. George, UT (435) 673-2454. Family and friends are invited to leave their condolences at www.spilburymortuary.com .
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Published in The Spectrum & Daily News on May 29, 2016
Izqueido, Sylvia  
Sylvia Izqueido, 48, Bethesda, MD, died 05-24-2016. Arrangements: Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences (Body Donor Program).
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Published in The Spectrum & Daily News on May 26, 2016
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