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Swing, Katherine Anne  
Katherine Anne Swing, 78, passed away June 29, 2016, at Logan Regional Hospital. Service under the direction of Cache Valley Mortuary, 3207 N. Main St., North Logan, (435) 787-8514.
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Published in Logan Herald Journal on July 1, 2016

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Parrish, Dalton Scott Broadbent  
Dalton Scott Broadbent Parrish June 30, 1989 - June 26, 2016 Dalton Scott Broadbent Parrish, much-loved, beautiful, firstborn son of Scott and Lynn Parrish, returned to his Heavenly Father on June 25, 2016. He died in a car crash Saturday night at Bear Lake, a place that he loved. Dalton was an incredible son, brother, cousin, uncle and a wonderful friend. He was born June 30, 1989, in Creve Coeur, Missouri, a suburb of St. Louis. Dalton would have celebrated his 27th birthday on June 30. His birth was a long, hard struggle for his mother, and he was much loved upon arrival, especially by his older sister, who had prayed many nights for a baby brother. Dalton was a beautiful baby and full of life. He spent his first two years in St. Louis, then he was off to Europe, where we lived in Waterloo, Belgium, for four years. The family then had a brief stay in Logan, Utah, where Dalton confused his teacher at Adams Elementary. He had labeled all the parts of a face in what the teacher thought were "made-up words." She was surprised to find out it was all in French. Then it was back to St. Louis for a short time before the family headed to Spokane, Washington, where his mother put her foot down and said these "kids need some roots." We stayed in Spokane for the next 18 years before moving back home to Logan, Utah, about one year ago. Dalton was a creator, an instigator and went headlong into whatever he was doing via the gift of what he referred to as "focused aggression." Dalton was an amazing artist, excelling particularly in photography and architecture as well as interior design and landscaping. Dalton graduated from Mead High School in Spokane, Washington, served an LDS mission in Gilbert, Arizona, and was finishing his BS degree at BYU-Idaho with plans to continue his education by going to law school. Dalton was passionate about whatever he was doing. He was an active member in the LDS Church. He was an excellent Scout. Dalton was a great elders quorum president in the Young Singles Ward and an incredible missionary. He loved the Gospel, and missionary work was his passion. Dalton was preceded in death by his grandparents, Wallace and Treva Parrish; his uncle Steven Parrish; his cousin Ryan Longhurst; his grandfather Arthur Broadbent, his step-grandfather Lyle Holmgren; and his beautiful mother Lynn Broadbent Parrish. Dalton will be interned next to his mom in the Logan City Cemetery. Back together again. Love You Night or Near. Dalton's services will be Saturday, July 2, 2016, starting with a Celebration Reception between 10:30 and 11:30 a.m., followed by his funeral at noon. All services will be held in the Canyon Ridge (Quailbluff) Ward building, 1380 E. 25 North, Logan, Utah. Interment will be in the Logan City Cemetery. Condolences and memories may be shared with the family online by visiting www.allenmortuaries.net .
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Published in Logan Herald Journal on June 30, 2016
Summers, Bradley Kent  
Bradley Kent Summers May 18, 1958 - June 23, 2016 Bradley Kent Summers lived 58 incredible years on this beautiful earth. He was born May 18, 1958, in Logan, Utah, the youngest son of Lowell Poiney and Eva Marie Summers. He passed away on the morning of June 23, 2016. Brad married his true love and eternal companion, Mary Ann Thomson, on June 12, 1986, in the Logan LDS Temple. They are blessed with seven children: Catherine, Bradley, Peter, Mark, Michael, Grace and Anne. Brad's life exemplified his sincere love for people. His devotion to family and friends guided his every action. Brad always put others before himself. He loved to laugh and make others laugh. Brad was eager to share his passions and hobbies with those he loved. Growing up in Logan, Brad had the idyllic childhood, fishing and playing in the Logan River near his home. He had boundless enthusiasm for nature and camping, which grew into a lifelong joy of adventure in the outdoors. Brad was a dedicated and gifted student. He graduated from Logan High School in 1976. In 1982, he graduated summa cum laude from Utah State University with a degree in biology. He graduated from the University of Utah Medical School in 1986. Brad continued his education by completing a residency in dermatology at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center in 1990 and a fellowship in Mohs surgery at The Ohio State University in 1993. After completing his education, Brad returned to Logan to raise his family. Being near his parents was important to Brad, who was a devoted and caring son. Lowell and Eva were blessed greatly by his tenderness and love. Brad practiced dermatology in Logan, Ogden, the University of Utah Medical Center and the Huntsman Cancer Institute. Brad regarded his patients as family and treated them with sincere compassion. Brad valued his membership in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and had a deep love for and devotion to his Savior. Brad exemplified that love and devotion through the Christ-like life that he lived. From 1977-79, Brad faithfully served a LDS mission to Tokyo, Japan. He has also served in a variety of teaching and leadership positions, including thirteen years working closely with the young men in the Boy Scouts of America. His life demonstrated the mission and ideals of Scouting. He had a tremendous influence on the lives of many young men. Recently, Brad discovered a gift for the dramatic arts. He performed alongside his family in many community theater productions. Brad's most cherished role is as a loving and caring husband and father. He always made his family his highest priority, sharing his love through the activities and adventures he provided. He made the dreams of his wife and children his own. Brad loved spending time in the great outdoors, including hiking, fishing, canoeing, ice skating, and teaching his children to ski at Beaver Mountain. He especially enjoyed their annual family reunion in the Tetons. Brad and his wife Mary Ann made their home a warm and loving place where all felt safe and loved. The countless memories he made with his family are his greatest gift and legacy. Brad is survived by his wife, Mary Ann; his children, Catherine Ann, Bradley Kent Jr., Peter Thomas, Mark William, Michael Richard, Grace Marie and Anne Elizabeth Ruth; his siblings, Paul (Dora May) Summers, Margaret (Samuel) Daines; and sisters-in-law, Kaye Summers and Laurie Summers (David Pisani). He was preceded in death by his father Lowell Summers, his mother, Eva Sealy Summers and his brothers Richard P. Summers and Scott L. Summers. He is also, survived by Mary Ann's parents, Ariel and Ruth Thomson; and sisters, Diana (Marc) Anderson, Julie (Bret) Peterson, Betty (Gordon) Daines, Janie (Danny) Conway; as well as many adoring nieces and nephews. Funeral services will be held Friday, July 1, at 11 a.m. at the Mount Logan Stake Center, 565 E. 100 South, Logan. Friends and family are invited to call Thursday, June 30, from 6 to 8 p.m. at Allen-Hall Mortuary, 34 E. Center St., Logan, and Friday, July 1, 9:30 to 10:30 a.m., at the Mount Logan Stake Center. Interment will be at the Logan City Cemetery. Mary Ann and the children would like to thank family, friends and community for their love and support. Condolences and memories may be shared online at www.allenmortuaries.net .
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Published in Logan Herald Journal from June 24 to June 30, 2016

Obituaries from Two Days Ago

Andersen, Kevin - Paradise  
Kevin Andersen September 16, 1965 - June 26, 2016 Kevin passed away bravely fighting pancreatic cancer. He is survived by his kids: Shawn, Josh (Lyndsey) and Chenelle; his grandkids: Trace, Corin, Jordan, Alyssa and Tessa; his parents; five brothers and two sisters. He is proceeded in death by his brother Curtis. Our family would like to give a special THANK YOU to the Wakley family, his brother Danny, ex-wife Tammie and all of Kevin's friends. He was truly one of the greats and will be missed immensely!
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Published in Logan Herald Journal on June 29, 2016
Rawlins, Andrew Scott  
Andrew Scott Rawlins July 23, 1985 - June 19, 2016 Andrew Scott Rawlins passed away peacefully in the presence of his loved ones June 19, 2016, after battling cancer for several months. His strength has been inspirational to many in his life. Andy was born July 23, 1985, to Scott and Tamera Rawlins (Bindrup) in Logan, UT. He married Kathryn Elizabeth Morgan on June 4, 2011, and they were blessed with a cheerful, energetic little boy 2 years later. Andy was passionate about disc golf and could often be found on local courses, spreading his infectious smile and laid-back attitude. He is survived by his wife Katy, son Erik, parents Scott and Tamera, and sister Desiree. Andy's life was short, but he enjoyed it. In his words, "I have lived, loved, traveled more places than most, and made the cutest kid in the world." A celebration of Andy's life will be held June 30 at 6:30 p.m. at Lions Park: 500 E. 100 North, Hyde Park, UT. In lieu of flowers, please donate to cancer research in Andy's memory. Condolences and memories may be shared with the family at www.allenmortuaries.net .
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Published in Logan Herald Journal from June 28 to June 29, 2016

Obituaries from the Past Three Days

Andersen, Kevin - Paradise  
Kevin Andersen, 50, of Paradise passed away Sunday, June 26, in his home. Services are under the direction of Cache Valley Mortuary (435) 787-8514, 3207 N. Main St., North Logan, Utah.
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Published in Logan Herald Journal on June 28, 2016
Connelly, Alvin Lee  
Alvin Lee Connelly August 27, 1931 - June 24, 2016 Lee was born in Renton, King County, Washington, to Ethel Louise Oslund and David Edwin Connelly on Aug. 27, 1931. As an adult he joined the Navy. Lee was a lifelong learner, earning his bachelor's and master's degrees in education. He continued to show his love for education by teaching children in the public schools, starting in Washington and was able to teach in several other states during his career. He finished his teaching career in Wyoming. He loved to travel the world while teaching, visiting family and doing genealogy. He loved learning about history and wrote a book about World War II, which he shared with family and friends. He showed his love for others by sharing his testimony and possessions. Lee was dedicated to his beliefs. After becoming a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints he wrote a book about church history, which was shared with family and loved ones as well. Lee also searched for ancestors and had their temple work done. He received much joy from family history work. Lee married Donna McLane (divorced), Lorraine Artz (divorced) and Diane Huppi. Lee and Diane were married July 14, 1990, in Evanston, Wyoming, and sealed in the Logan LDS Temple later that year. Diane has been Lee's devoted and loving caregiver the last several years of his life. He peacefully passed to heaven June 24, 2016. He is survived by his three children whom he loves dearly - Mike (Jenny), Craig, Molly (Paul); his nine grandchildren; seven great-grandchildren; his brother Ralph (Carmella); and his wife, Diane. He was greeted in heaven by Donna, Lorraine and his parents. There will be a viewing held Wednesday, June 29, 2016, from 6 to 8 p.m. at Allen Mortuary of North Logan, 420 E. 1800 North, North Logan, UT. A graveside service will be held at the Logan City Cemetery at 10 a.m. on Thursday, June 30, 2016, and a viewing prior to the graveside at the mortuary from 9 to 9:30 a.m. The family wishes to express gratitude for the loving and compassionate care given by the staff at the Gables, neighbors and friends. Memories and condolences may be expressed online at www.allenmortuaries.net .
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Published in Logan Herald Journal on June 28, 2016
Jones, Boyd T.  
Boyd T. Jones 02/24/1932 - 06/25/2016 Our loving father, grandfather and great grandfather, Boyd Thorpe Jones, passed away, June 25, 2016, at home surrounded by his family. He was born in Newton, Utah, to Ralph Carr and Eunice Thorpe Jones - the second of four sons. He was raised on the farm where he learned the value of hard work. He was called to serve an LDS mission in Holland, but due to the Korean War, the LDS Church cancelled all missions. He married his high school sweetheart, Jean Allsop, on Sept. 19, 1952, in the Logan LDS Temple. He graduated from Utah State University with a BS degree in mathematics. Upon graduation he received his commission as an officer, 2nd leutenant, in the U.S. Air Force. They traveled to Tuscon, AZ, where he took his pilot training. He later served as a flight instructor teaching new recruits to fly the T-33. During their time in the Air Force, Boyd and Jean gave birth to three sons, Gary, Mark and Steven. They were stationed in Big Spring, TX, Selma, AL, Palo Alto, CA, and Colorado Springs, CO. The Air Force sent Boyd to Stanford University where he received his master's degree in mathematics with a focus on something relatively new at the time - computer science. He was promoted to captain and sent to Ent AFB in Colorado Springs, CO, to head up the base's computer dept. Boyd loved flying and maintained his flying status for the entire 9 years he served in the Air Force. He left the Air Force in July of 1963 and joined Control Data Corporation (CDC). He opened the CDC office in Salt Lake City and sold LDS Hospital its first computer. Starting in sales, he worked his way up to a senior executive position where he served as President of Government Systems. He worked tirelessly with CDC for 27 years. He maintained his pathway of innovation and leadership when he left CDC to run Dayna Communications, Salt Lake City, Utah, as their CEO before retiring from his esteemed career. Boyd was no less than an industry titan - a key player in building the computer industry. Boyd was always a great father and family man. He coached his sons in Little League Baseball, taught them all to ski, golf, and most importantly, to be good, honest, hardworking men, and to always put family first. He was an active member of the LDS Church, serving as elders quorum president and stake high councilor as well as many other church positions. He was a devoted husband, father, grandfather and great-grandfather. Boyd was preceded in death by his parents and brother, Trevor W. Jones. He is survived by his loving wife of almost 64 years, Jean Allsop Jones, his three sons, Gary B. Jones (Susan), Mark R. Jones, and Steven C. Jones (Kimberley); six grandchildren and six great-grandchildren. He is also survived by his brothers Norval R Jones (Dody) and George L Jones (Evelyn), sisters-in-law, Lois Allsop Peterson and Ruth Griffin Jones. Funeral service will be held at 11 a.m. on Thursday, June 30, at the North Canyon Stake Center, located at 965 E. Oakwood Dr., Bountiful, UT. Visitation will be held Wednesday, June 29, from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. at the same location and prior to the funeral at 9:30 to 10:30 a.m. Burial will be at the Smithfield Cemetery in Smithfield, Utah, with a brief graveside service starting 3:30 p.m. In lieu of flowers please consider sending donations to the Huntsman Cancer Institute: https://donate.huntsmancancer.org/give . Condolences and memories may be shared with the family online at www.nelsonfuneralhome.com .
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Published in Logan Herald Journal on June 28, 2016
Jones, Cade  
Cade Jones December 23, 1977 - June 24, 2016 PRESTON, Idaho/HUNTINGTON, Utah - Randall Cade Jones, 38, passed away at his home in Preston, Idaho, on June 24, 2016. Cade was born Dec. 23, 1977, the long-awaited first child of Randall Ernest and Barbra Ogden Jones. Cade spent an idyllic childhood in Huntington with his "big herd" of friends. Together they enjoyed Jr. and Sr. Riding Club, hunting, fishing, getting into mischief and Scouts, where Cade achieved the rank of Eagle Scout. He was very involved in the 4-H program, where he attended the National 4-H Congress. Cade was Emery Chapter FFA President and won state proficiencies in Ag Mechanics and Soil and Water Conservation and achieved the American FFA Degree. Cade was a 1996 graduate of Emery High School and the College of Eastern Utah and Utah State University, where he served as president of the Ag Tech Club and earned a bachelor's degree in ag systems technology. He was a talented master mechanic of agricultural machinery. He married Tiffany Snelgrove in May of 2004 in the Manti LDS Temple, and they later divorced. Cade married Marilyn Munk Harris on June 18, 2010 in Preston, Idaho. He is survived by his wife, Marilyn; his children, Elder Austyn Harris (serving in the Mexico Puebla South Mission), Jakob Harris, Jessyka Harris and Jayson Harris; by his parents, Randall and Barbra Jones of Huntington, Utah; sisters, Cassie (Daniel) Thatcher and Cierra Jones of Elmo, Utah; a brother, Caleb Jones of Denver; his grandfather, Blake Jones of Price, Utah; three nieces, Dani Jo, Deri Lee and Dazi Mae; a nephew, Devlin Richard; his in-laws, Allen and Danielle Munk of Lewiston, Utah; along with numerous aunts, uncles and cousins. He was preceded in death by a brother, Clynn K. Jones; by his grandparents, Wilda Jones, Ray and Bernice Ogden; by a sister-in-law, Mechele Ellis Jones; and by a cousin, Elam Derk Jones. Funeral services will be held on Friday, July 1, 2016, at 11 a.m. at the Huntington Utah Stake Center, 240 N. Main St., Huntington, Utah. A visitation will be held from 9:30 to 11 a.m. at the stake center. Arrangements are entrusted to Mitchell Funeral Home in Price, Utah.
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Published in Logan Herald Journal on June 28, 2016

Obituaries from the Past Week

Follett, Lorna Lamont - Farmington  
Lorna Lamont Follett June 30, 1915 - June 19, 2016 Lorna Lamont Follett passed away Sunday, June 19, 2016, at the home of her daughter in Farmington, Utah. Lorna was born June 30, 1915, in Preston, Idaho, to Frank Alder and Ruth Bodily Lamont. She was the third of five children. Her siblings include an older sister, Elva, deceased, and older brother, William, who died at birth, a younger sister, Bernice, and a younger brother, Seaborn; both are deceased. When she was 7 years old, her mother died suddenly of pneumonia. After a period of time, her family increased in number when her father remarried Sarah Bodily, her mother's sister. She had four children, Horace, Lela, Wanda and Lucille. Lorna's family doubled in size in one year and later, the family was joined by two sons, Frank Jr. and Bert, who are also deceased. Lorna learned to work hard. At an early age she took the responsibility of helping her father with the farm work by feeding and milking the cows and calves, taking care of the garden, and any other work that needed to be done. She tells of the time that she only had one pair of shoes, so in order to keep them nice, she would wrap her feet in gunnysacks when she went outside to do chores. She attended school in Preston, where she graduated from Preston High School. After graduation she found a job and worked hard to save her money. She loved to dance and would attend the Saturday night dances in the area where she met her husband, John Follett, who was "the best dancer" that she had ever danced with. They married in the Logan LDS Temple on Nov. 5, 1937. They had five children: Deanna Cook (Gene Cook, deceased) Idaho Falls; John Frank (Mary Wise, deceased; Kathleen Larsen) Idaho Falls, Idaho; Kathlene (Dennis Gibbons), Farmington, Utah; and twins: William or Bill (Gretchen), and Kristine or Kris. John passed away February 2004. Mom developed many talents: She loved drama and in her younger years performed in dramatic readings and plays. She loved to do handwork: crocheting many doilies, edging on pillowcases, and embroidering pillowcases and many other items. She loved to sew and made many dresses for her daughters for Easter, Christmas, proms, weddings and any special occasion. At Christmas time, she spent many hours making delicious homemade chocolates to share with friends and family. She loved the Gospel of Jesus Christ and was very faithful in all of her church callings - set a good example about being a true Christian by serving and helping others. She is survived by her five children, four spouses and 56 grandchildren, 96 great-grandchildren, and six great-great-grandchildren. Funeral services will be held Saturday, June 25, 2016, at the Preston 10th Ward, 155 N. 200 West, Preston, Idaho. Viewing will be from 1 to 2:15 p.m.; funeral at 2:30 p.m.
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Published in Logan Herald Journal from June 22 to June 24, 2016
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