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Redd, Donald W. - Salt Lake City  
Donald W. Redd "Don" Donald W. Redd, 93, passed away peacefully on May 10, 2015. Don was born on March 29, 1922 in Blanding, Utah to Ancil Rey & Louise Ann Elliott Redd. Growing up on a ranch, he performed many jobs at home for his widowed mother. He loved summers being a cowboy for ranchers in the area. He graduated from San Juan H.S. After attending Dixie College, he was invited into the Navy for WWII. He served his country honorably on a mine sweeper in the Pacific. While attending Naval classes at Cornell University, he met the love of his life, Marion Lois Middleton. They were married June 20, 1946 in Flint Michigan, and later sealed in the Salt Lake Temple. He graduated from the U of U law school and practiced law in Salt Lake City before being activated by the Navy for the Korean Conflict. He attained the rank of Commander and remained in the JAG corps until retirement from the Navy in 1967. He then worked for the Justice Department. He was a faithful member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and served in many callings including Branch President in Vista, CA, bishopric counselor, and Stake Patriarch in the Annandale, Virginia stake. He served diligently for many years as a temple worker and sealer in the Washington DC temple and as a worker in the Salt Lake Temple. He and Marion had 43 wonderful years and 5 children together. After her death he was blessed to marry a loving woman, Winnifred Dixon. They had over 16 years of fun together. He had many friends in Japan, California, Virginia and Utah. He enjoyed travel and spoke many languages including Japanese, Navajo, Spanish, French and Italian. He is survived by his children Ray D. Redd, Randall (Cathy) Redd, Cathy (Forrest) Allred, 12 grandchildren and 15 great-grandchildren. He is also survived by Winn's children, Rick (Sheila) Gauer, Lori Woodrow, and Larry Gauer, and her 9 grandchildren and her 8 great-grandchildren. Also by his sister Jessie Mae (Ken) Macdonald and sister-in-law Virginia Redd. Preceded in death by his wives and his daughters, Louise and Donna, step-son Gene and siblings Afton, Elliott, Harold Argyle and Eugene. Services will be held Monday, May 18, 2015 at 10:00am at the Wilford Stake Center, 1765 East 3080 South. Friends and family are invited to visit Sunday evening 6:00-8:00pm at the Holbrook Mortuary, 3251 South 2300 East, and at the church Monday morning 8:30-9:30am prior to the service. Interment will follow at the Wasatch Lawn Memorial Park. Messages to the family can be posted at: HolbrookMortuary.com We will miss you Dad.
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Published in Salt Lake Tribune from May 16 to May 17, 2015
Rice, Ann Harris  
Ann got an offer she couldn't refuse and at 92 left to rejoin friends and family who have been awaiting her arrival. Remaining behind are her 3 children, Bill Rice, Chris Dyson and John Rice, 6 grandchildren, 8 great-grandchildren, numerous friends and admirers. Her life will be remembered and honored at 2:00pm Tuesday, May 19, 2015 at Holbrook Mortuary, 3251 S 2300 E, Salt Lake City. Please read about Ann's remarkable life through the eyes of her grandchildren at: www.HolbrookMortuary.com
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Published in Salt Lake Tribune on May 17, 2015
Rice, Kathleen - Blackfoot  
Kathleen Rice, known by friends and family as Kathy, died on May 12, 2015. On the evening of May 11 Kathy was feeling sick. She decided to sleep the night and go to the hospital the next morning. She was found lifeless on her bed the following day. She was 68 years old. Kathy is survived by her siblings, Marlene Hillam of Blackfoot, Idaho, Bill Rice of Ames, Iowa, Yvonne Stephenson of Annandale, Virginia, Jan Phillips of Bloomfield Hills, Michigan and Steve Rice of Costa Mesa, California. Kathy was born in Rexburg, Idaho on December 6, 1946. She was the fifth child born to Eddie and Isabelle Rice. In California she grew to the age of fourteen. In 1961 she moved with her family to Salt Lake City. With the exception of a few years in Idaho and a short time in California all of her adult years were spent in the Salt Lake Valley. She graduated from Hill Crest High School and began college education at Brigham Young University. She continued to study at Ventura College, the University of Utah and the Salt Lake Community College. She began writing poetry which she enjoyed throughout her life. When she got a computer everything changed. In 2011 she wrote an article published in a book titled One World, Many Stories compiled by the Utah Chapter of the Association of Personal Historians. In that same year she was awarded a prize for the great progress made in her personal life. She wrote about her experiences and published e-books on Amazon.com . She was a courageous woman who will stand as an example to the many who knew and loved her. As she made her final passing From this world. We her loved ones Reach out to her and weep. The funeral, Monday, May 18, 2015 at 1 o'clock preceded by a family viewing at noon will held at The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 4950 South 1950 West, Taylorsville, UT 84118.
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Published in Salt Lake Tribune on May 17, 2015
Richardson, M. Keith - Salt Lake City  
On May 14, 2015, M. Keith Richardson was reunited in heaven with his eternal sweetheart, Mary (M. Marian Anderson), his wife since June 1950. His family, who cherished him, bid a tearful heartfelt goodbye to their hero, father, grandfather, and friend. Keith is survived by 4 children-Myron Richardson (Malon), Colleen Lindstrom (Chris Lino), Bonnie Hoopes (Tony), Mark Richardson (Annette); 27 grandchildren; 56 great-grandchildren. Keith's handsome face first graced the home of his parents, Acel Richardson and Nora Virginia Player, on July 13, 1923. He grew into a strapping social lad with many neighborhood friends. After graduating from East High School, Keith joined the U.S. Navy to serve heroically as a pilot during WWII. Following his service, he pursued and achieved a Master of Architecture Degree from the University of Utah (Keith was an avid Utah fan!). After founding an architectural firm, Keith worked and retired as an architect for the LDS Church. As an extraordinary architect, Keith's successes include building homes, churches, and commercial structures throughout Utah and the world. While these accomplishments are significant, our precious father and grandfather excelled even more at building people. Keith and Mary's craftsmanship is evident in the lives of each family member, neighbor, work colleague, and friend who met them. Many questioned whether "miracle man" Keith was indestructible. Captured as an intern in Russia during an intense bombing raid in WWII, Keith suffered hunger, fatigue, and illness. Later, during a boating trip in Lake Powell, Keith plummeted 75 feet off a cliff to shatter nearly every bone in his body. Subsequently, he broke his back 3 times. His family believed this man (held together by duct tape and ibuprofen) was invincible until it was his time to pass on. One of the highlights of Keith's life was a mission for the LDS Church. Keith and Mary helped build the first LDS chapel in Vyborg, Russia during 1994-96. They loved serving! He was active in the LDS Church and a rock of faith and of strength to all of those who knew him. The family wishes to thank First Choice Home Health for their loving personal care! Funeral services will be held Tuesday May 19, 2015, at the East Millcreek 7th Ward Chapel located at 3408 S. Celeste Way (3120 E), Salt Lake City, Utah at 11:00 am. Viewing will be held prior at 9:30 am-10:30 am at the chapel. Interment will follow the funeral at Wasatch Lawn. Guestbook and extended obituary available at: HolbrookMortuary.com
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Published in Salt Lake Tribune from May 17 to May 18, 2015
Riley, Ila Rae Harman - Lehi  
Ila Rae Harman Riley, died peacefully in her home on May 17, 2015 in Taylorsville, UT due to complications following cancer. She was 73. Ila was born in 1942 in Murray, UT to her parents Lachoneus and Evelyn Harman. She graduated from Granger High School and attended BYU. She lived in Taylorsville and worked at the 3rd District Court until retiring. She treasured her family and loved to spoil her grandchildren especially at Christmas time. She loved spending time in her yard attending to her garden, plants and flowers that bloomed in spring, summer and fall. Ila was a generous and kind woman always finding ways to help those in need. She was a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints with a strong testimony of her Savior and served faithfully in various callings. Ila is survived by her children; Robyn (Gary) Wood, Billy (Laura) Riley, Patty (Kurt) Holm and David (Krista) Riley; her siblings; Jay Harman, Darlene Nelson, Doris Jones and Janice Dabb; 12 grandchildren and 10 great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her parents and her son Mark Riley. Services will be held at Taylorsville South Stake Center, 3495 W 4850 S, Taylorsville, UT. Friends and family may visit Wednesday, May 20th from 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm and Thursday, May 21st from 9:00 am to 10:15 am prior to the funeral service scheduled to begin at 10:30 am. Graveside services will follow at Taylorsville Cemetery, 4575 S Redwood Rd, Taylorsville, UT. Online guest book at wingmortuary.com .
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Published in Salt Lake Tribune on May 19, 2015
Robertson, Theodore Marcus - Salt Lake City  
Theodore Marcus Robertson age 86, passed away at home Wednesday. May 13, 2015 in Provo Utah. He was born June 16, 1928 to Harold Marcus Robertson and Melba Irene Wilson. Full obituary can be found on the Family Funeral Care: www.utahfamilyfuneralcare.com . Funeral service in Provo will be Thursday, May 21, 2015 at the LDS chapel at 2801 West 620 North, Provo, Utah. Viewing is at 10:00 am. Service is at 11:00 am. Funeral Service in Portland, Oregon will Friday, May 29, 2015 at the LDS Chapel at 22801 S. E. Stark Street in Gresham, Oregon. Viewing will be at 10:00am. Service at 11:00 a.m. Interment will be at Lincoln Memorial Park Cemetery following the funeral.
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Published in Salt Lake Tribune from May 19 to May 20, 2015
Rodriguez, Kathleen - Salt Lake City  
Kathleen Rodriguez "Kay" Kearns, UT-Kay passed away surrounded by her loving family on May 7th 2015. She was born on June 13th 1938 daughter of Ira and Alice Lindsay. Kay married Henry R. Rodriguez on November 21st, 1959 at The Cathedral of the Madeleine and together they raised their seven children in Salt Lake City. Some of Kays enjoyable moments was going dancing and cooking. She enjoyed quality time with her children and there families. Kay was the glue to the family. Her grandchildren were the light of her life. She was very close to each and everyone of them in her own special way. Mom was always a voice of encouragement for lifes simple struggles and a shoulder to cry on. Mom, thank you for life's lessons and the many wonderful years of unconditional love. She is survived by her husband Henry; seven children Hank (Brandy), Carmen Tucker, Kathryn (Glen) Rael, Sharon Armijo, Christopher (Coleen), Charlotte (Juan) Maestas, Amy Rasmussen (Shad Allred); brothers David (Judy) Lindsay, Robert (Sue) Lindsay; sister Helen (John) Kanolles; 18 grandchildren; and 11 great-grandchildren. Preceded in death by her mother and father Alice and Ira Lindsay; brother Earl Lindsay; sister May Lopez; nephew Brett Lindsay; son-in-law Pete Armijo; and grandchildren baby Dale and Jacob Armijo. A viewing will be held on Monday, May 18th from 6:00 to 8:00 PM where a vigil will begin at 7:00 PM at St. Francis Xavier Catholic Church, 4501 West 5215 South, Kearns. A Funeral Mass will be celebrated on Tuesday, May 19th at 2:00 PM at The Cathedral of the Madeleine Catholic Church, 309 E. South Temple, Salt Lake City. Interment to follow at Mt. Calvary Catholic Cemetery, 4th Ave "T" Street, Salt Lake City. Arrangements entrusted to Starks Funeral Parlor. Online condolences may be offered to the family at www.starksfuneral.com We are diminished by your passing. We will miss you every day. Death leaves a heartache no one can heal. Love leaves a memory no one can steal.
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Published in Salt Lake Tribune on May 17, 2015
Rose, Delbert Gene - Salt Lake City  
Our beloved father, husband, brother, and grandfather Delbert Gene Rose passed away peacefully at home in West Jordan on May 19, 2015. Gene was born August 22, 1925 at home in West Jordan to Albert Brooks Rose and Louella Jane Steadman. He graduated from Jordan High School, served in the Army in WWII and retired from Kennecott after 37 ½ years. He served at the Jordan River Temple and was a member of the Jordan River Temple Chapter of the Sons of the Utah Pioneers. Gene married Joanne Beckstead in 1947, later divorced. He married Doris Ann Hales Rowberry in 1968. He is survived by his wife Doris, sister Anita (Ray) Dunn, brother Gary (Becky) Rose, and children Cleon (Charlene) Rose, Paul (Jean) Rose, JoDel (Richard) Ehlert, Russ (Judy) Rowberry, Victor (Carol) Rowberry, Celia (Jim) Davis, Jeff (Julie) Rowberry, Renee (Dale) Toney, Mel (Stacie) Rowberry, 32 grandchildren, 43 great-grandchildren, and one great-great grandchild. He was preceded in death by his parents and his brother Jack. A viewing will be held Thursday, May 21st from 6-8 p.m. at 8539 South 2200 West in West Jordan. Funeral services will be held Friday, May 22nd at 11 a.m. in the same location with a viewing at 10 a.m. Interment at Utah Veterans Memorial Park under the direction of Independent Funeral Services.
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Published in Salt Lake Tribune on May 20, 2015
Rudy, Connie Crandall - Salt Lake City  
Connie Crandall Rudy of Salt Lake City passed away on May 17, 2015, with her two daughters by her side. She was 87. The child of Stella Brandon and Daniel Crandall, Connie grew up in Provo, Utah, and attended Brigham Young University and Utah State University. A known Salt Lake City fashionista, Connie worked for several years in the designer department in ZCMI. Devoted to her children and grandchildren, "there was always room at grandma's house." Connie married H.A. Rudy in 1949, and they raised three beautiful children. Connie cherished playing bridge with her life-long friends, going out dancing with her jazz musician husband, and sewing beautiful clothes for the ladies in her life. Her polished demeanor masked a feisty personality and an intelligent wit. She is survived by her husband H.A. Rudy; her brother, Larry (Linda) Crandall; her daughters, Robyn (Eric) Eliason (Salt Lake City, UT) and Debra Johnson (Oceanside, CA); her grandchildren, Joshua Rudy, Adam (Sarah) Rudy, Annie (Daren) Maxfield, Taylor Maxfield, Ridley Heyrend, Eric (Keely) Eliason, Eric Johnson, and Sam Johnson; and great-grandchildren, Kaya, Lauren, Stevie Lila, and Henry. She was preceded in death by her siblings, Joyce Jensen, Kay Poplin, and Howard Crandall, as well as her son, Steven Rudy, who she is tap dancing in heaven with now. There will be a private service, with an open house celebration of Connie's life to follow at the home of Robyn and Eric Eliason, 3:30 p.m. on May 21. For directions, call (801) 583-2091.
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Published in Salt Lake Tribune from May 19 to May 20, 2015
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