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Herzog, Ione - Taylorsville  
Ione Herzog 1924 ~ 2015 Hannah Ione Labrum Herzog, age 90, beloved mother, grandmother and great-grandmother, passed away peaceably Saturday, March 28, 2015. She was born September 1, 1924 in Boise, Idaho, daughter of Leslie Glenn and Estella Mae Bates Labrum. She fulfilled a mission for the LDS Church in Canada and later married Clarence Max Herzog May 5, 1948 in the Logan Temple; he preceded her in death February 4, 2009. She attended BYU Academy and LDS Business College. She was an active member of the church serving in many capacities including ward Relief Society president, ward Primary counselor, family history consultant, choir member and valiant in her visiting teaching assignment. She served as Executive Secretary for Meadow Gold Dairy and Administrative Assistant at Hercules, Inc. She had a beautiful soprano voice and sang in many church choirs. She is survived by children: Karma (Dr. R. Charles) Ward, Craig (Karen); 11 grandchildren; 24 great-grandchildren. Funeral services will be held Friday, April 3, 2015, 11:00 a.m. at the Union 4th Ward, 1834 East Creek Road (7995 S.). Viewings will be held Thursday, 6-8 p.m. at McDougal Funeral Home, 4330 South Redwood Road and Friday at the church, 10-10:45 a.m. Interment, Valley View Memorial Park.
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Published in Salt Lake Tribune on Mar. 31, 2015
Howlett, Gail Edward - Salt Lake City  
1927 ~ 2015 The Rev. Canon G Edward Howlett, retired priest of the Diocese of the Episcopal Church in Utah, died peacefully on March 22, 2015. Born August 19, 1927 in Terre Haute, Indiana he was a graduate of Indiana State University and the General Seminary in New York City. He was ordained to the priesthood in 1952 and in the earliest years of his ministry, he served churches in both Nevada and Idaho. In 1967, he began his long ministry in Utah serving as Canon Chaplain at St. Mark's Cathedral and University Chaplain at both the University of Utah and Westminister College. From 1990-1993, he served as vicar of St. Peter's Episcopal Church in Clearfield, Utah, and then on the Diocesan staff until his retirement. Additionally, he served on the board of the National Episcopal Coalition on Alcohol and Drugs, now, Episcopal Recovery. After retirement, he remained active in the life of church, celebrating his sixtieth anniversary as a priest on January 6, 2012. "Fr. Ed" as he was called, served the church well, as a priest, pastor, preacher, teacher and mentor. He was a self-proclaimed pacifist and active in social justice ministries especially in the 70's. He loved the theater, poetry, and liturgical dance; elements which often found their way into his sermons and services. He will be remembered for his sense of humor and playful and creative spirit. He truly saw life as a gift to be celebrated, a theme in his life as well as in his ministry. His presence touched many people throughout his life and his spiritual guidance, pastoral care and excellence as a teacher and preacher will be remembered. His family are grateful for the care he received at Emeritus at Salt Lake City, with special thanks to Jennifer; for the care that both Ed and his wife received from Vicky, Annette and Father Wes at Summit Hospice, and for the long term support and love he received from the many people of the Cathedral Church of St. Mark and the Diocese of Utah in Salt Lake City. He is survived by his wife of fifty-eight years, Phyllis Morris Howlett; his daughter, The Rev. Elaine Howlett Breckenridge; and sons Howie (Daniel Arthur) Howlett and Andrew William Howlett; seven grand-children and three great grandchildren. A Memorial Service for Canon Ed Howlett will be held at Cathedral Church of St. Mark in Salt Lake City, Wednesday, April 15, at 11:00 a.m. In lieu of flowers the family suggests donations be made to the Episcopal Diocese of Utah and/or the Cathedral Church of St. Mark.
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Published in Salt Lake Tribune from Mar. 29 to Apr. 12, 2015
Johns, Virginia Harriet Smith - Salt Lake City  
Virginia Harriet Smith Johns 1919 ~ 2015 Virginia Harriet Smith Johns, our beloved mother, departed this life on March 27, 2015, at the age of 95. She was born on December 8, 1919 in Richfield, Utah to Orson and Elsie Farrer Smith, the second of five children. Virginia graduated from Jordan High School in 1937, and from the University of Utah in 1941, with a BA in Foods and Nutrition. She was sealed in the Salt Lake Temple to Richard E. Johns Sr. on June 11, 1942, during a time when Richard was attending medical school at Temple University in Philadelphia. Virginia used her educational skills providing for the couple for a period of time while Richard was in school. Their first child, Richard E. Johns Jr., was born while in Philadelphia. After graduation, the small family returned to Salt Lake, where Richard completed a residency in Obstetrics and Gynecology at the LDS Hospital. Their family continued to grow, with the births of Dianne, Craig, Stephen, Todd and Julieanne. Another son, David was born prematurely in May, 1955 but lived for only a short time. During the important years of raising a large family, Virginia was actively involved in the lives of all her precious children. She also held Church positions during this time which included serving as Ward Primary President, serving in the Stake Primary Presidency and numerous other callings. She also served a term as the President of the Bonneville Elementary School PTA. As busy as her life was, she was always available when her children returned home from school to provide comfort when needed or to rejoice over their accomplishments. She gently guided and directed their lives along the Gospel path, and was able to see all of her sons serve honorable missions. All of her children graduated from college with advanced degrees and all were sealed to eternal companions. She and her husband, Richard, also served a leadership mission for the Church in the Liberty Stake in Salt Lake City. During the later years of her life, when it became physically difficult, she was still determined to attend Church meetings and serve in the Church. As her health waned, and the effects of age took their toll, when asked how she was, she would reply. "Well, tomorrow will be better." Mother, your tomorrow has come, and the rewards of your faith and diligence are bringing you the joy and peace that you so faithfully have earned with those of your loved ones who have also passed on to their reward. Virginia was preceded in death by her eternal companion, Richard, her daughter Julieanne Johns Asay, her oldest son, Richard Jr., her son David, and a son-in-law Robert Amott. Surviving her are: Marianne Johns (Richard, deceased) Dianne Johns Amott (Robert, deceased), Michael Craig (Becky), Stephen Smith (Sue), and Thomas Todd (Sheila), nineteen grandchildren and forty great-grandchildren. Funeral Services will be held Thursday, April 2, 2015 at 12:00 PM at the Monument Park Stake Center located at 1320 South Wasatch Dr. Salt Lake City. Family and friends may call Wednesday from 6 - 8 PM at Larkin Sunset Lawn Mortuary located at 2350 East 1300 South or from 10:30 - 11:30 AM at the Stake Center prior to the Funeral Services. Online condolences: www.larkincares.com
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Published in Salt Lake Tribune from Mar. 31 to Apr. 2, 2015
Johnson, Maurine - Salt Lake City  
"I Love You More" Our sweet mother, grandmother, great grandmother, aunt and friend, Maurine Broderick Johnson passed away peacefully on Sunday morning, March 29, 2015. She was 92. Maurine was born on April 15, 1922 to Clinton J and Roseltha Pearce Broderick in Emery, Utah. Mom loved growing up on the farm in Emery, so close to her uncles, aunts, grandparents and cousins and always wished she could go back and live there someday. On December 11, 1938, she married her sweetheart, Donald Anthon Johnson. Marriage later solemnized in the Salt Lake Temple on February 15, 1956. They lived in Emery, Moab, Salt Lake City, West Bountiful, Woods Cross and finally 40 years in Farmington. Mom and Dad enjoyed many winters in Quartzsite, Arizona, making beautiful memories and enjoying wonderful friendships. Don passed away on June 25, 1992. She was an amazing example of kindness and love to all those around her. She was a beautiful person who truly embodied the unconditional love of her Savior. She was adored by her husband, children, grandchildren and great- grandchildren. Nothing was more important to her than her family. She will live in our hearts forever. She served in several positions in her LDS faith including Primary and Relief Society. She loved family history, crafts, crocheting, roses and collecting recipes. She was the oldest of four children, who preceded her in death, brother Ronald J Broderick (Lorna), sisters Helen LaVoy Broderick Leppert (John), LeOra Broderick Fish (Hugh). She is survived by her daughter, LaDawn Johnson Jacobson and son Kerry Lynn Johnson (Joey) as well as four grandchildren; Benjamin (Jen) Johnson, Aaron (Lisa) Johnson, Mischelle (Eric) Colby, and Kellie (Quentin) Stephens; eleven great-grandchildren Adam, Luke, Nick, Beau, Jake, Kacee, Spencer, Jordyn, Kiera, Makenna, and Kasidee. She is also survived by brother-in-law and sister-in-law, John D and Beth Johnson as well as many nephews and nieces. Thanks to the staff of Life Care Center and Brighton Hospice for their love and care. Maurine so loved her Farmington 20th/Somerset Ward and we wish to gratefully thank the members for the genuine love and kindness given to our Mother. Funeral service will be held at 11:00 a.m. Friday, April 3, 2015 at the Somerset Ward Chapel, 1885 Summerwood Drive Farmington, Utah where friends may visit with family from 9:30-10:30 a.m. prior to services. Interment Farmington City Cemetery. Condolences may be shared at www.lindquistmortuary.com .
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Published in Salt Lake Tribune on Mar. 31, 2015
Kercher, Katherine C. - Salt Lake City  
We will always treasure the countless memories of our wonderful Mother. Her sense of humor, quick mind, positive spirit, determination and boundless energy were remarkable. Katherine lived an abundant and long life, filled with love, and a deep devotion to the gospel of Jesus Christ. Katherine was born July 2, 1917, in Salt Lake City, Utah. She was the daughter of A. Eugene Christensen and Catherine Burton Christensen, both from pioneer heritage. Katherine graduated from East High School and the University of Utah where she was a Chi Omega. She had a double degree in Speech and Drama, and English. Katherine married Edward F. Kercher of St. Louis, Missouri, where she lived until she returned to Salt Lake in 2012. She adored Utah and loved to hike its beautiful mountains, especially around her Chalk Creek Ranch. She was very active in the L.D.S. Church, having served in many capacities including Relief Society President and working with children in Jr. Sunday School for countless years. She was an accomplished pianist, actress and poet. Katherine was active in many philanthropic and service groups. She served on boards of artistic organizations, including her favorite, the Utah Shakespeare Festival. She received many awards, including Outstanding Alum from the University of Utah, and was inducted as a member of the Old Main Society at the University of Southern Utah. Before Katherine married, she acted in numerous local plays, including the original Pioneer Theater and Kingsbury Hall. She was employed as a member of the K.S.L. Radio Players and had her own radio program. Katherine especially adored children, Boxer Dogs, flowers and her beloved "knitters." Katherine is survived by her four children, Kathie (Chuck) Horman, Kristi (Bill) Peterson, Rick (Kathy) Kercher, and Jon (Holli) Kercher, 13 grandchildren, 18 great-grandchildren, her sister Elaine Tanner and her brother Budge Christensen and numerous nieces and nephews. Katherine was preceded in death by her parents, her husband Ed, and her brother Eugene. The funeral will be held in the Yale 2nd Ward at 1431 East Gilmer Avenue on April 2, at 1 pm. Friends and family are invited to meet 45 minutes prior to the service. In Lieu of Flowers, the family would appreciate contributions to Primary Children's Hospital.
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Published in Salt Lake Tribune from Mar. 29 to Mar. 31, 2015
Madsen, Bryant Lloyd - Layton  
1943 ~ 2015 Bryant Lloyd Madsen passed away peacefully at his home in Kaysville, Utah on March 28, 2015 after losing a long, hard battle with addiction. He was born August 31, 1943 the son of Claire Boychuck Madsen and Lloyd Whitlock Madsen. He married Montie Sue Hill in 1962 and they had two children. Later in life he married his soul mate Carol Nelson and they spent many years together. Bryant was a graduate of Ben Lomond High School. He received his master's degree from Brown University in Rhode Island. His passions were hunting and fishing. He loved his two dogs Patches and Daisy and his cat Em. He is survived by his daughters Marcie Madsen Rowe (Jeff); Mindy Madsen Devenport; grandchildren, Isabella Rowe; Shay and Kayson Devenport; brothers Gary Madsen (Susan) and Larry Madsen (Shelly). He is also survived by four step-children; Vicky Beck (Andy); Kristy Nelson (Oliver Zeh); Cindy Cherrington; and Brian Nelson (Debbie Rios); 10 step-grandchildren and 6 step-great grandchildren. Preceded in death by his wife and brother Allan Madsen. Funeral services will be held at 11:00 a.m. Wednesday, April 1, 2015 at Lindquist's Layton Mortuary, 1867 North Fairfield Road, where friends may visit family from 9:30-10:30 a.m. prior to services. Interment Kaysville City Cemetery. Condolences may be shared at www.lindquistmortuary.com
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Published in Salt Lake Tribune on Mar. 31, 2015
McNeil, Jean - Kamas  
Kamas, Utah-Jean Carpenter McNeil, passed away on Thursday, March 26, 2015 in Sandy, Utah. She was born on January 30, 1926 in Kamas, Utah to Samuel Alfonso and Sarah (Evans) Carpenter. Jean married Elmer Earl McNeil in the Salt Lake LDS Temple on June 29, 1945. He preceded her in death on April 2, 2001. Jean loved the Kamas valley and the people in it. She was always kind and considerate and put the needs of others before her own. She is survived by her children: Brad and (BerNeta deceased) McNeil of West Jordan; Jeff and (Judy) McNeil of West Jordan; Tracy McNeil of Kamas, and her daughter-in-law Sheila (Ron, deceased) of Ivins, Utah. Also 20 grandchildren, 50 great grandchildren and 4 great great grandchildren. In addition to her husband, Elmer, she is preceded in death by her father Samuel Carpenter, mother Sarah Evans, son Ronald McNeil, sisters Lorna Butler and Clea Hughes and brothers Tim and Merl Carpenter. Funeral service will be held on Friday, April 3, 2015, at 12:00 noon in the Kamas LDS Ward Chapel, 200 West Center Street, Kamas, Utah. Viewing will be held at the church from 10:00-11:45 a.m. prior to funeral service. Interment will be in the Francis Cemetery under the direction of Crandall Funeral Home, Kamas, Utah. Online condolences may be given at crandallfhevanston.com .
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Noble, Brittany  
July 4, 1982 - March 15, 2013 Heavy are our hearts today, Memories bring you back once more, to a time when you were with us. You are gone but not forgotten. Your memories will live forever in our hearts. You have not gone away, nor have you traveled far. You have entered the Eternal Home and left the gate ajar.
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Published in Salt Lake Tribune from Mar. 17 to July 4, 2015
Olivares, Cameron Alexander - Riverton  
March 19, 1993-March 25, 2015 Cameron Alexander Olivares of Gilbert, AZ passed away on March 25, 2015 in Phoenix, AZ at the age of 22. Cameron was born to Rick and Kendra Olivares in Federal Way, WA on March 19, 1993. Cameron attended Kauri Sue Hamilton School in Riverton, UT as well as Basha High School in Chandler, AZ. Despite the many challenges he endured during his short life, he always had a smile for everyone. His laughter was contagious, and all those who came in contact with him felt his strength and happiness. Cameron was an amazing young man who will be missed by many. Cameron is survived by his parents Rick and Kendra Olivares; brother Anthony and sister Isabela, as well has his grandparents, aunts, uncles and many cousins. A memorial service will be held on April 4, 2015 at 2:00 p.m. at the Larkin Mortuary - Riverton, 3688 West 12600 South, Riverton, UT 84065. Friends and family are invited to gather from 1:00 - 1:45 p.m. prior to services at the mortuary. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Kyle Korver foundation, SLC chapter at http://www.kylekorverfoundation.com/projects/#saltlakecity
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Published in Salt Lake Tribune on Mar. 31, 2015
Ortega, Virginia May - Taylorsville  
"Mom" Virginia May Ortega, age 87, passed away peacefully March 27, 2015 surrounded by her daughters and grandchildren. Virginia was born May 14, 1927 in Salt Lake City, Utah to Marguerite and Raymond Parker. Later she was adopted by Thomas and Sarah Reese on May 31st 1929 in Salt Lake City. She married her sweetheart, Jess on February 28, 1946; he preceded her in death. Virginia worked at the phone company, Albertsons and the ARC with her daughter, Sarah. Mom loved all her animals, from her horse to the many dogs, cats and rabbit. She was an artist who loved doing needlepoint, cooking, baking, decorating her home and garden, and was an avid reader. Mom loved her work for the Catholic Church and Father Merrisman. Virginia is survived by her daughters: Sarah (Mike) Choate, Kathy (Bob) Peck, Barbara Dennis, Debbie (James) Fetzer, Janice (Ken) Nelson; 16 grandchildren; 30 great grandchildren; and 6 great-great grandchildren. Virginia was also preceded in death by brothers: Linden, Thomas and Ben, Ralph, Ivan Reese and her sister Mary Reid. The family would like to thank all the staff at RM Hunter Hollow/Hospice and a special thanks to Maria, Christy and her daughter for the special love and care they gave to our mom. "We will hold you dear in our heart until we meet again Mom, Grandma and Grandma Great". Friends and family may call Tuesday, March 31, 2015, 6-8 p.m. at McDougal Funeral Home, 4330 So. Redwood Road, Taylorsville, UT. A Rosary will be held Wednesday, April 1, 2015, 11:30 a.m. and Funeral Mass at 12:00 noon at St. Peter and Paul Catholic Church, 3580 W. 3650 So., West Valley City, UT. Interment, Riverton City Cemetery, 13200 So. 1500 W.
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Published in Salt Lake Tribune on Mar. 31, 2015
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