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Jaron B. Norberg


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Jaron B. Norberg

Mesa - Jaron B. Norberg, our husband, father, grandfather, uncle and friend was born 02 August 1937 in Murray, Utah to John Murray Norberg and Dean Bringhurst. Raised in Salt Lake City, he starred in basketball and track at East High, where he graduated in 1955. He served honorably in the US Army. He served an LDS Mission in Montevideo, Uruguay for 2.5 years. He returned to BYU and then attended the University of Utah College of Law, graduating in 1967: first in his class, Editor in Chief of the Law Review, Order of the Coif. He married Deena Sherman in the Salt Lake City LDS Temple on 23 December 1960. They had three sons: Scott Jaron (deceased), Michael Sherman, and Eric Murray. He deeply mourned the loss of Scott (1996), but saw so much of him in Scott's two sons, Adam and Cody (Jayme Robinson). The rest of his grandchildren and great grandchildren were also everything to him: Shayna, Nathan (Mindy Marsh), Megan (Coulter Reynolds), Samantha (Michael & Darci Allred's children); Henry, Elle, Chloe (Adam & Sarah Francis' children). Margot, William, Jack (Cody & Leyla Safsten's children); and Mila Jo. His professional life was spent as an attorney at Snell and Wilmer, and as an Executive and CFO at Arizona Public Service. Jaron loved people, music, photography, cars, sports and especially golf. His golfing "cronies" were some of his closest friends. He died the morning of 06 April 2018, surrounded by loved ones. Visitation: Thursday, April 12, 6:30-8:00 p.m. Friday, April 13, 10:00-10:45 a.m. Memorial Service: Friday, April 13, 11:00. Both visitation & Services held at LDS Stake Center: 2549 N, 32nd Street, Mesa, Arizona. Arrangements by Bunker Mortuary. Consider donations to LDS Church Humanitarian Fund, AZBrainfood.org, or giving a random act of kindness to someone in need. Additional details at: http://www.bunkerfuneral.com/obituaries/
Published in The Arizona Republic from Apr. 11 to Apr. 12, 2018
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