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Gunnell, Reed Heninger - Logan  
Reed Heninger Gunnell Logan - Reed Heninger Gunnell, 88, passed away peacefully on May 20, 2015. Reed was born Jan. 7, 1927, in Logan, Utah, the son of Joshua Brown and Hazel Heninger Gunnell. He married his high school sweetheart, Lorine Jaggi, in the Logan LDS Temple on June 6, 1947. They are the parents of six children: Bruce (Casey), Roy (deceased), Carey (Kris), Lorie (Charlie) Brown, Lois (Bob) Summers and Randi Carter. Lorine passed away in 1993. They have many grandchildren and great-grandchildren. In 1994, Reed married Eunice Curdy. Eunice passed away in 2010. Eunice's children are: Mark (Eileen), Ronda Hansen, Gail, Shauna (Dan) Colvin, Aaron (RaNae), Joseph (Irene), Manny (Deon), Rafael and many grandchildren and great-grandchildren. He is preceded in death by his parents, wives, son Roy, two grandsons: Shane Gunnell and Tysen Brown, his sister Maxine Wallace and brother Burke. Reed was especially proud of his posterity, their accomplishments and devotion to their families and church. In his youth, Reed enjoyed playing marbles and won the 1941 Logan City championship. He served in the Army during World War II in Germany. He worked for Job Service for 30 years. He was a lifelong member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. His church service included two times as a bishop, working for over 50 years in the Logan Temple, temple sealer and stake patriarch. Reed and Eunice served an 18-month mission to Hawaii in 1995. He donated 20 gallons of blood during his life. He was an avid swimmer, accumulating 2,550 miles swimming laps. Reed had genuine love and concern for others; never had an unkind word to say about anyone and those around him could feel of his goodness. He always gave his very best and touched many people's lives. We love you Dad. "Thanks for everything!" The family expresses appreciation for the care he received the past two years at Terrace Grove and for the many years of care from Dr. Michael Stones. Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. on Wednesday, May 27, 2015, at the Logan LDS 10th Ward building, 800 N. 500 East, Logan, Utah. A viewing will be held Tuesday, May 26, from 6 to 8 p.m. at Nelson Mortuary, 162 E. 400 North, Logan, and from 9:30 to 10:30 a.m. Wednesday at the church prior to the funeral. Interment will be in the Logan City Cemetery. Condolences may be expressed online at www.nelsonfuneralhome.com
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Published in Logan Herald Journal from May 22 to May 24, 2015
Hugie, Lois Savage - Hyrum  
Lois Savage Hugie Together Again Hyrum - Lois Savage Hugie-86 passed away peacefully Thursday, May 21, 2015, surrounded by her loved ones. Lois was born March 24, 1929, to Emmett and Delomb Savage in Hyrum, Utah. She married Cecil Calvin Hugie on May 31, 1945. They spent their entire married life of 65 years living in Hyrum until Cecil preceded her in death Jan. 16, 2010. Also, preceding her in death were her parents, three sisters: Anna May, Betty Johns and Idabelle Sanders, two sons: Alan and Gary, three grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren. She is survived by two sisters and one brother: Gwen Richardson, Carol Craythorn and Lynn Savage. She is also survived by the following children: Karen Lewis, Dave (Arlene), Mary Busenbark (Jerry), Clair (Gay), Cindy Roper (Garry), Lois Low (Garth), Calvin (Diane), Nyla Johnson (Kelly) and a daughter-in-law Pam (Alan). She is a grandmother to 54 grandchildren, 149 great-grandchildren and three great-great-grandchildren, and loved by many others. Funeral services for Lois will be held Tuesday, May 26, at noon in the Hyrum North Stake Center at 245 North Apple Drive in Hyrum. A viewing will be held prior to this from 10:30 to 11:30 a.m. On Monday, May 25, friends and family may pay their respects to the Lois Hugie Family at Allen-Hall Mortuary, 34 East Center in Logan, from 6 to 8 p.m. Interment will be in the Hyrum Cemetery. We would like to express our gratitude for the tender care given to Mom during her stays at Logan Regional Hospital. We are especially grateful to those in the ICU unit who worked to make her last days more comfortable and for their kind consideration to the family. We also want to express thanks to all those who showed love for Mom and did special things for her and gave her such joy. She loved having people around her and she was loved by all those who knew her. Condolences and memories may be shared with the family online at www.allenmortuaries.net .
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Published in Logan Herald Journal from May 22 to May 24, 2015
Jensen, Maisie Haskie - Ogden  
Maisie Haskie Jensen, age 61, beloved mother, grandmother, aunt and friend, suddenly passed away in her home in Ogden, Utah, on May 18, 2015. Born on March 22, 1954, in Holla Mesa, Arizona, to Joe Haskie & Isabelle Begay Johnson. She was raised in Ogden, Utah, by Forrest & Eda Waters. She graduated from Ogden High School in 1972. Her life centered on bringing a smile to everyone's face. Her enthusiasm was contagious and she made friends quickly. She loved walks and scouring the neighborhoods for garage sales. Kindness radiated from her, and it was like a light shone from within when she entered a room. She was always rooting for the underdogs and was so giving to those that were less fortunate. Her greatest joys were her children. She basked in their accomplishments, and there was never a doubt how much she loved them. She treasured the moments that she spent with her children and grandchildren, and she made sure there was a bright lipstick mark on their cheek as they left. She is survived by both parents, her six children: Shane Arrington, Chad Arrington, Ashley Jensen, Tawni Platt, Travis Jensen, and Ryan Jensen. Grandchildren: Tyler, Cassidy, Megan, Kiersten, Lexi, Dax, Jerica Arrington, Karlie Carson, Kairie Jensen-Page, Isla and Ruger Platt. She also leaves siblings, foster siblings, aunts, uncles, cousins and friends, all of which held a place in her heart. Funeral services will be noon Tuesday, May 26, at Allen-Hall Mortuary, 34 E. Center St, Logan, Utah. A viewing will be from 10:30-11:30 a.m. the same day at Allen-Hall Mortuary. Burial will be at the Hyrum City Cemetery. In lieu of flowers the family would gratefully request donations be made to an account that they have set up at America First Credit Union in her name. Condolences may be sent to the family online at www.allenmortuaries.net .
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Published in Logan Herald Journal from May 20 to May 24, 2015
Londre, Afton Marie Olsen - Crescent City  
Afton Londre died peacefully in the home of her son Steven and daughter-in-law Kelly in Crescent City, California, on March 10, 2015. Her ashes will be interred in Providence Cemetery on May 30 at 1:30 p.m. Afton was born in 1921, the fourth of seven children of Arthur and Leona Bitter Olsen of Providence, where she was raised. In 1943, she married Robert N. Worley (died 1954), the father of her three children: Robert David, Steven Jon, and Robin Lee Worley. She later married Ronald Londre (died 1994) and helped bring up two of his children by a previous marriage, Susan and Mark Londre. Afton will be missed by all who knew her. Anyone wishing more information may send email to R.D. Worley at mail4worleyd@gmail.com or Steven Worley at amazingsteven@charter.net.
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Published in Logan Herald Journal on May 24, 2015
Nelson, Glenda S. - Preston, Idaho  
Glenda Smith Nelson passed away at the age of 89 on May 21, 2015, at the Heritage Home in Preston, Idaho. Glenda was born to Welland and Elaine Smith on May 6, 1926. The birth took place at Grandma Elizabeth Smith's home, which was across the road from Glenda's parents in Riverdale, Idaho. Soon the little girl was called "Spunky" because she cried a lot. When she grew up a little and started to get into mischief with her sister Iva Lou, her Dad called them Hans and Fritz after a duo in a comic strip in The Deseret News. She frequently worked on the farm with her Dad and her Dad called her "Little Pony." However, the name that had the best staying power was given to her by her first grandchild, Jessica, who tried to say "Grandma", but it came out "Ponga." Everyone quickly adopted the nickname and it has remained for many years with only one small change … it evolved into "Pongy." Pongy had a fun life in Riverdale growing up. Stealing the screens off the school house so they could cook chickens over a fire; mixing up the farmers' milk cans; and stealing eggs away from a black widow spider were some of her youthful accomplishments. After graduating from Riverdale School and then Preston High she attended Albion College and received her teaching degree. Her favorite subjects were chemistry and math. She graduated in two years and at the ripe old age of "19" was hired to teach school in Franklin, Idaho. Her best friend, Spencer Nelson, came home from his LDS Mission and promptly left to serve in World War II. When he came home they were sealed in the Salt Lake LDS Temple on March 11, 1946, by David O. McKay. Glenda loved gardening and grew 6-foot-tall tomato plants. She had beautiful flowers around the house. She was very active in the LDS Church and enjoyed being with and teaching the teenage youth. She was Ward and Stake Mutual President among other numerous callings. Mom and Dad were called to be Temple officiators and it was a joyous calling for them. Her husband, Spencer, was killed in a car wreck on Oct. 18, 1996. We are happy for them to finally be together again. They were blessed with five children: David Spencer Nelson (deceased), Vicki Lynn Nelson, Kathleen Kerr (David), Janis Margetts (Don) and Cynthia Bennett. They have 22 grandchildren and 26 great-grandchildren. Glenda is survived by her sister-in-law Joyce Smith. Glenda was preceded in death by her parents, Welland and Elaine Smith, husband, Spencer E. Nelson, brother Robert Smith, sisters Twila Abbott, Iva Lou Herd, and Gale Schaffer, son David Spencer Nelson, grandson John Norman Margetts, granddaughters Randilynn Kerr Stolworthy, Stacie Bennett Lovell and Hollie Lynn Kerr, and great-grandson Shawn MacIntosh. We would like to express our sincere gratitude to the loving staff at Heritage Home, the Franklin County Transitional Care Unit, Doctor David Beckstead and the leaders from all three Legacy LDS branches that have cared for Glenda for the past four years. Finally, a very special thank you to the Hospice angels at Access who tendered all necessary care and comfort for Glenda's "graduation." Funeral services will be at noon Saturday, May 30, in the Preston 1st/5th/8th Ward LDS Chapel 213 S. 200 East in Preston with President Mike Dansie of the Legacy 3rd branch conducting. A viewing will be from 6-8 p.m. Friday, May 29, at Webb Funeral Home at 1005 S. 800 East Preston, Idaho, and from 10:30-11:30 a.m. Saturday at the church. Interment will be in the Riverdale, Idaho cemetery. Memories and condolences may be shared with the family at www.webbmortuary.com .
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Published in Logan Herald Journal from May 22 to May 24, 2015
Owens, Richard Delwin - Providence  
Richard Delwin Owens, 48, passed away on Tuesday, May 19, 2015, at Intermountain Medical Center in Murray, Utah, following complications from a heart attack. He was born on July 10, 1966, in Idaho Falls, Idaho to Richard "R" and Gladys Baker Owens. Richard D. grew up in multiple places, including Idaho Falls, ID; Moses Lake, WA; Salt Lake City, UT; Slidell, LA; and Mendon, UT. He graduated from Mountain Crest High School in Hyrum, Utah, in 1984. After high school, Richard D. worked at a variety of jobs including as a Certified Nurse's Aide, truck driver, telemarketer, Member Services Associate at Sam's Club, Salt Lake Express Shuttle driver, and most recently as a school bus driver aide. Richard D. married Robyn Vee Gerber on Nov. 10, 1989, in the Logan LDS Temple. Richard D. was a faithful lifelong member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints where he served in many capacities, including ward librarian and Elder's Quorum secretary. He loved doing family history work (especially indexing) and attending his mom's family history class. Richard D. loved talking politics and religion with his family and anyone who would listen. He looked forward to his annual trips to Las Vegas, where he loved to spend his vacations. He never forgot his nieces and nephews and would always return home with M&Ms from the M&M store. Richard D. is survived by his wife, Robyn; his mother, Gladys; his father- and mother-in-law, Robert and Venna Gerber; siblings Jonathan (Julie); Matthew (Sanghee); Christopher (Jessica); Kimball (Heidi); Rachel (Curtis) Packer; Joshua (Audrey); Benjamin (Lindsey); and his many nieces and nephews. He is preceded in death by his father, Richard "R." Funeral Arrangements are under the direction of Nyman Funeral Home. A memorial service will be at 1 p.m. Saturday, May 23, at the Providence 9th Ward meeting house located at 180 South 485 West in Providence, with a viewing preceding the service from 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. A graveside service will be at 11 a.m. on Tuesday, May 26, at the Providence City Cemetery. The family would like to thank the physicians, nurses and staff at the Intermountain Medical Center for their extraordinary and compassionate care. Condolences and memories can be shared with the family at www.nymanfh.com .
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Published in Logan Herald Journal from May 21 to May 22, 2015
Shepard, Amber Leishman (Concoby)  
In Loving Memory: On Mother's Day we celebrate the life and memory of our beloved mother, wife, daughter, sister, aunt, niece, cousin and friend. Of all the roles that Amber had upon this earth, the role of a devoted mother was the one that made her the happiest and the most fulfilled. Amber loved and cared for her children with all of her heart and soul. She put her children first and foremost, always. She left her children with beautiful, everlasting memories and examples of what a true and loving mother should be. Knowing Amber, she is still right by their side, being a constant guide and always watching over them. Her unconditional love and concern for her children did not end here, but continues to be with them. A mother's love is unconditional and forever! The quote "A mother holds her children's hands for a little while ... their hearts forever" is a perfect description of Amber's love for her children. Amber was not only a wonderful mother, she also had a beautiful, kindhearted soul. She had a special place in her heart for the homeless and for those in need, always reaching out and helping others. Her beautiful spirit, smiling face and bubbly personality filled our hearts and lives with so much joy and happiness. Family was everything to Amber, and she created many wonderful and fun memories for all of us to treasure and tuck lovingly in our hearts forever. We will always feel blessed to have had Amber in our family, and we know that many others who knew and loved Amber feel blessed that she touched their lives in some way. She will never be forgotten by all who knew her here on earth! Happy Mother's Day in Heaven, Amber. We love you forever, your loving family and friends.
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Published in Logan Herald Journal from May 11 to May 25, 2015
Wickham, Clair Montell - Taylorsville  
Clair Montell Wickham, age 81, passed away peacefully with his family by his side on May 19, 2015, in Salt Lake City. He was the beloved husband of Bonnie Lou Olsen Wickham. He was born March 18, 1934, in Dayton, Idaho, to the late Ezra Montell Wickham and Margretta Price Wickham. He is survived by his wife of 59 1/2 years, Bonnie, and their five children, Cindy (John Hill) Wickham, Cheryl Wickham, Tina Watts, Robert (Tracie) Wickham and Craig (Teri) Wickham. His Aunt, Tilly Moore, his three brothers, DeLoy (Shirley) Wickham, LaMoine (Karen) Wickham, Wayne (Cerina) Wickham and his little sister LaWana (Steven) Farner. As well as numerous nieces and nephews. He was preceded to Heaven by his two grandsons, Devin Robert Wickham and Christopher Michael Wickham as well as his son in-law Dan K. Watts. Clair had 17 grandchildren and 19 great-grandchildren. Clair attended Utah State University. He was an avid sports buff and enjoyed watching all sports. He was a true family man and enjoyed spending as much time as possible with his family. He was known as a wonderful chef and operated many restaurants in the Logan area. Clair was an extremely hard worker and at times would work two to three jobs to support his family. Please join the family for a casual gathering in the celebration of Clair's life from 4-8 p.m. Tuesday, May 26, at the Majestic Meadows Club House at 4580 S. 1055 W. in Taylorsville, Utah. In lieu of flowers, there will be a donation basket available for Primary Children's Hospital to be donated in our Dad's name because he always said "Let them be children."
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Published in Logan Herald Journal on May 24, 2015
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