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David Hugh Teichert
Feb. 1952 to Nov. 21, 2013
COKEVILLE, Wyo. - After a yearlong battle with lung cancer and a massive stroke in July, David, age 61, quietly passed away at home in Cokeville with his wife Sally at his side. He was raised in Cokeville, Wyo., attended Snow College and BYU, and served a full-time LDS mission in Monterrey, Mexico, from 1971-73. He married Sally Stevens of Smithfield in the Logan LDS Temple in 1975. After living in several places, they settled with their five children in Hooper, Utah, where he loved serving the people of the 4th Ward as their bishop. His optimistic, friendly attitude, along with being goal-driven and hardworking, helped him in all his pursuits.
He is preceded in death by his father, Herman K. Teichert; his father-in-law, Fred M. Stevens; and many other loved ones with whom he was anxious to greet. He is survived by his wife, Sally, and their 13 children: McKay and Kelsey Teichert, Ryan and Jamie Teichert, Jay and Amberly Stilson, Micah and Camille Himmerich, Tiffany Teichert Koehler, Eric and Brittny Fraley, Dalan and Candice Wilkinson, Rodney and Tawnya Teichert, Levi and Savannah Collins, Elder Tenor Teichert of the North Carolina Charlotte Mission, and still at home, Brock, Brooklyn and Ammon; 27 awesome grandchildren; his mother, Buhla Teichert; five brothers: Burke, Richard, Ron, Briant, Chad; and four sisters, Trudy, Teresa, Marlene and Kristen.
His contagious laugh, wholehearted smile, and twinkle in his eye will be forever in our hearts. As a faithful, lifelong member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, David leaves behind a legacy of unconditional love and devotion. He is our hero and will be deeply missed.
His funeral will be held Monday, Dec. 2, 2013, at the Cokeville LDS Church at noon. Viewings are at Schwab-Matthews Mortuary in Montpelier, Idaho, on Sunday, Dec. 1, from 5 to 7 p.m. and Monday preceding the funeral from 9 to 11:30 a.m.

Published in Logan Herald Journal on Nov. 28, 2013
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