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Mark, Dale R.  
Dale R Mark June 29, 1961 ~ May 6, 2014 "Hey! It's me" as the front door would burst open and his huge smile entered the room. I was so happy...so relieved to hear his voice. I consider it a blessing each time because, I understood and felt the imminent grief. I would call his phone at times, "Hey, can we meet at the pumps at Harmons?" his reply, "Sure, When?" After filling both cars with fuel Dale would place his arm on my shoulder and with a tear in his eye he would say "Thanks Dad. I really appreciate all you do for me." His gratitude was absolute, sincere and expressed at each and every opportunity. Dale was diagnosed with a terminal illness and died May 6, 2014. When he could no longer work, circumstances dictated we live together. We were under the same roof for 11 months. I was with my Son when he drew his first breath and his last and there was not a time that I did not feel privileged to be his Father. I love that boy and I wanted to express it somehow on this his 55th birthday. Always and Forever... Love Dad.
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Published in Salt Lake Tribune on June 29, 2016

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Miller, Thora  
Thora Craven Miller In Loving Memory Midvale, UT-Thora Craven Miller, our beloved mother, passed away June 24, 2016. Thora was born September 14, 1922. She was the last surviving child of Alfred Craven and Jennie Christina Christensen. She married Kermit Malmgren Miller November 22, 1940 in the Salt Lake Temple. She was blessed with five children: Sherman (Lynnette), Wayne (Kathy), Ed (Judy), Eileen Simonson, and Doug (Linda). 31 grandchildren, 85 great-grandchildren and five great-great grandchildren. She considered her greatest legacy to be her wonderful family. Funeral services will be held Wednesday, June 29th at 11:00 AM (with a 9:30 AM viewing) at the Union Park 1st ward, 7699 South Chad Street, Midvale.
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Published in Salt Lake Tribune on June 28, 2016
Moffitt, Steven Keith - St. George  
1956 ~ 2016 Steven Keith Moffitt passed away June 22, 2016 at his home in St. George, Utah. He was born April 19, 1956 in Salt Lake City, Utah to Clair Easton Moffitt and Darlene Nott Moffitt. He graduated from Highland High School and went on to serve in the United States Navy. Steve loved to spend a lot of time fishing and camping. His later years were spent in St. George working at Mr. D's. He especially enjoyed all the employees and customers he came into contact with. He looked forward to the yearly family vacation in Cabo San Lucas Mexico. Steve was the caregiver for his father, and then his mother, after his father's passing. The family wants to express their appreciation for all that he did for his parents all those years. Steve is survived by his son Christopher, brothers Blaine (Chris) Nelson, David (Bonnie) Moffitt, and several nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his father and brother Robert. A viewing will be held Wednesday, June 29, 2016 at 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. at Spilsbury Mortuary. Interment will take place June 30th at 10:30 a.m. at Tonaquint cemetery. Arrangements are made under the direction of Spilsbury Mortuary 110 S. Bluff St. St. George, Utah.
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Published in Salt Lake Tribune on June 28, 2016

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Maurer, David Walter - Hurricane  
Dave Maurer Hurricane/Fish Lake, Utah David Walter Maurer, 82, died peacefully of natural causes at his cabin in Fish Lake, Utah on June 16, 2016. Dave was born in 1934 to Lawrence Samuel and Edith Simpson Mitchell Maurer in Spring Canyon, Carbon County, Utah. He graduated from Granite High School, then BYU where he earned a BS in business. He married his college sweetheart, Anna Grace Brady in the Salt Lake Temple and together they had four children and a wonderful life. Dave was always an honest hard worker and valued his opportunities to be a self-employed business owner. He relished his time outdoors hunting, fishing, boating or spending summers at his cabin at Fish Lake. When he retired, he and Anna built the home of their dreams in Hurricane where they happily spent their remaining years among good friends, beautiful surroundings and frequent family visits. Dave is preceded in death by his wife Anna. Surely their reunion will be a joyous occasion. He is survived by his children: Annette (Van), Mike (Laurel), Brad (Alex) and Dianne (Reggi), 8 grandsons and 4 great-grandchildren. Dave was a beloved patriarch of our family and his memory will be forever in our hearts. The family would like to express sincere thanks to all those who knew and loved our mom and dad, and who offered friendship and care to them unconditionally. A special thanks to the friends at Fish Lake for their extension of love and service. As per his request, a private family graveside service has taken place in the Salt Lake City Cemetery. Funeral Directors: Magleby Mortuary, Richfield, Salina and Manti. Online guestbook at www.maglebymortuary.com
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Published in Salt Lake Tribune on June 26, 2016
McAdams, Johnny Lee - Sandy  
"Big John" Johnny Lee McAdams passed away June 23, 2016 at LDS Hospital from AML (Leukemia). He is survived by his children, grandchildren, siblings, and many wonderful friends. Please join us for a "Celebration of Life" at Evans & Early Mortuary located at 574 E 100 S, SLC, UT on July 1, 2016 promptly at 11 a.m. Interment later held at American Fork Cemetery. In lieu of flowers donations in John's name to the American Cancer Society are appreciated. For full obituary please visit www.evans-earlymortuary.com .
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Published in Salt Lake Tribune on June 26, 2016
McGhee, Mary Patricia "Pat" - Holladay  
1928~2016 Mary Patricia "Pat" McGhee, 87, passed away in her home in Cottonwood Heights, Utah on Sunday, June 19, 2016. Mom was born in Perth, Scotland and at the age of 21 immigrated to Utah. On July 9, 1954 she married R. Denis McGhee. They later separated. She was preceded in death by her parents; sister, Maudine Harvey; and a brother, Billy Townson. She is survived by her daughter, Terri McGhee, and son Steven McGhee, both of Salt Lake. Her family would like to thank Rocky Mountain Hospice for their kind care. At her request, no services were held. Instead of flowers, please make a donation to CAWS (Community Animal Welfare Society) of Salt Lake in her memory. Interment at Memorial Mountain View Cemetery. Online condolences may be left at www.MemorialUtah.com .
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Published in Salt Lake Tribune on June 26, 2016
Mettenet, Ernest Michael (Mike)  
1954 ~ 2016 Mike Mettenet our beloved father, husband, brother, uncle and friend passed away peacefully in his home surrounded by his family on Monday, June 20 in Sandy, Utah. Mike was born on December 5, 1954 in Radford, Virginia. He was the second of three children of Ernest and Linnea (Winky) Mettenet. He graduated from the University of Utah with a degree in Marketing. He married Sherri Pino (Bear) on August 24, 1991 and they had two beautiful daughters together (Sarah and Erin). Sarah (21) and Erin (19) were the light of his life and his love for them knew no bounds. They had him wrapped around their fingers from day one. He loved being their Dad and would make any sacrifice for them. We know they will feel of his love and influence for the rest of their lives. He married Chanel Danise Holmes on June 14, 2010. Mike had a great love for her children Lake (10) and Libby (8). They returned the love to Mike and were a great blessing in his life. We are grateful to Chanel and Sherri for all of the happiness, joy and love they brought into Mike's life. Mike had a very successful sales career in the sporting goods and composite fiber industries. He managed Wolfe's Sporting Goods early in his career and later worked at Hercules, Hexcel, Aldila and Thin Ply Technology. Although he had great success in his career he would say the most important outcome from those years were the friendships he developed that lasted a lifetime. Mike had a dynamic, entertaining personality and a unique ability to find humor in any situation. You couldn't be with Mike for any period of time without laughing at one of his observations, jokes or tales from his past. It felt good to be with Mike. He would always put a smile on your face and make life a little more fun. In addition to everyone mentioned above, Mike is survived by his siblings Deborah (Don Sticinski), and John (Margie). Mike - thank you for bringing so much life and happiness into all of our lives. We'll miss your contagious laugh, beef sticks, stories, humor, chokeholds, dance moves and most importantly your larger than life personality. We love you. Say "hi" to Mom-Mops and Pop-Pops from us. A reception in Mike's honor will be held Monday June 27 from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. at his home on 1802 Michael Way in Sandy, UT. In lieu of flowers please make a donation to the Michael Mettenet Memorial Education Fund at any U.S. Bank.
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Published in Salt Lake Tribune from June 25 to June 26, 2016
Mines, Norman Hay - Salt Lake City  
In Loving Memory Norman Hay Mines (81), father, grandfather, mathematician, missile scientist, teacher, polymath, jokester, tennis player, gardener, liberal, and cherished husband of Elaine Bunten Mines died peacefully in his beloved home on the banks of Broad Creek, Annapolis, MD on Tuesday, June 21, 2016. Born in Murray, Utah in the middle of the Great Depression to William Vernal Mines and Carolyn Hay Mines, he had an idyllic small-town childhood in what is now called "Historic Sandy City", much to Norman's amusement. Vivid memories remained: from basketball in his backyard with the neighborhood boys, his mother's raising chickens to get them through the depression, his father's taking him to the Salt Lake Bees games after work, taking his driving test in the family's Model A, to frequent trips up Little Cottonwood Canyon to the mountains, just east of his home. He remembered with joy his family and the antics of his childhood friends. An avid learner all his life, Norman studied math and physics at the University of Utah just in time to participate in the great science and engineering quests that followed Sputnik. He worked all over the country with Sperry Utah, Institute for Defense Analysis, and MITRE Corp. He topped off his first 30-year career by earning a second Master's Degree at George Mason University, specifically to prepare to teach math and statistics in retirement. He liked to teach his students why math and statistics matter and to help math-phobic students through required statistics and pre-calculus courses! It was his practical experience in rocket testing at White Sands, NM that brought him East to Institute for Defense Analysis in the early 60s for what he thought was a year or so before returning West. A year later his first son Fred was born and three years later Jeff. So a year or two became a permanent residence in the East for the rest of his life. He loved the greenery, seasons and flowering trees & shrubs in the Washington area. One of his favorite times was when he and Elaine made trips all over Chesapeake Bay country from the mouth of the Susquehanna to Tidewater Virginia looking for their retirement home on the water. Those who will remember him with love include his immediate family: wife & partner of 43 years, Elaine; son Frederick William Mines, wife Rossanna, grandson Samuel Norman and granddaughter Karen Rebecca of Arlington, VA; son Jeffrey Raymond Mines of Hayward, CA; sister Doris Mines Goodrich, husband Kent, niece Lisa, and nephew Glenn of Boulder and Denver, CO; and many friends and colleagues from work, tennis and other athletics, and his community. A celebration in Norman's memory will be held at the family home at 1 p.m., Saturday, July 2, 2016. To remember Norman, teach a child to play tennis or to love math, science, astronomy or cosmology. Online condolences may be made at www.KalasFuneralHomes.com
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Published in Salt Lake Tribune on June 26, 2016
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