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Edna Spaulding Stoker 1909 ~ 2009 Edna Spaulding Stoker passed away on October 1, 2009 in her 100th year at the age of 99.She was born December 21, 1909 to Lewis and Charlotte May Lowe Spaulding. Edna was raised in Hooper, Utah (a suburb of Ogden) and attended school there, graduating from Weber County High School. She was married to Joseph Floyd Stoker on Dec. 23, 1931 in the Salt Lake Temple. She was preceded in death by her husband Floyd and her daughter Kathleen. She and Floyd lived in Salt Lake City where they worked and raised their children. Her family was very important in her life. She was blessed with four children Wayne (Brenda), Carol Elliott, Lynn (Kathy) and Kathleen. She had 14 grand children, 22 great grand children, and 8 great, great grand children. Edna and Floyd traveled the world together. They valued their many friends. Edna planted a garden and enjoyed preserving fruits and vegetables. Edna loved homemaking, she was an excellent cook and a beautiful seamstress. Edna enjoyed her employment at Castletons Dept. Store for eight years. She was a faithful member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and held many church positions: Relief Society President, Teacher, and Temple Ordinance Worker. She served three LDS Missions with her husband Floyd (Florida, Atlanta Temple, and Malaysia). She will be remembered for her friendliness, generosity and ever-positive attitude. The family expresses appreciation to Sunrise Assisted Care and Good Shepherd Hospice for care in her final years. Memorial services for friends and family will be held on October 7 at Larkin Sunset Gardens, 1950 East 10600 South at 11:00 a.m. Friends may visit with the family one hour prior to the memorial services. Interment at Wasatch Lawn Memorial Park. Online condolences at www.larkincares.com

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Published in Deseret News on Oct. 4, 2009.
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October 7, 2009
Dear Carol, It is hard to lose your mom. Karl and I express our sympthy to you and yours. I remember your mom as a real "lady". May you be comforted with her passing. May you feel the peace that comes from our Savior at this time. Much love Verna and Karl.
Verna Quilter
October 6, 2009
Your mom lived such a good life. What a great reunion she must be enjoying. She has been without your dad for a long time and I know how hard it was for her to lose Kathy. May the Lord's peace be with each of you.
Marva Sharp Thomas
Marva Sharp Thomas
October 5, 2009
To Edna's family and loved ones, I extend my sympathy for your loss. Edna lived a good long life. I cared for Edna for several months, since I worked for Cottonwood Heights Wentworth, where she resided for a time, and I also cared for her through my employer Silverado Hospice. I loved Edna. She was such a sweetheart! I looked forward to our time together and we used to love to sing together.
Gayle Stout
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