Carey Lee Naylor

Bountiful, Utah

1959 - 2016


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1959 ~ 2016Carey Lee Naylor passed away March 14, 2016 at his home in Bountiful, Utah.He was born September 25, 1959 in Murray, Utah the son of Gerald D. and Joan Lee Morrow Naylor. Married Robin Birch, May 6, 1988 in the Idaho Falls Temple.Carey served a mission for the LDS Church in Bristol,...

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With the anniversary of the passing away of a great friend of mine, I have had many thoughts of the lifelong effect that Carey had on my life. He was one of my best friends. He was as my mother put it a twin of mine! If either of us was in trouble in High School, well one of us got blamed, especially since my mother was the secretary at the high school. Carey and I liked to pull pranks and joke around, sometimes a little too much, so we kind of were a pair or mischievous guys! Carey was...

My Prayers and Thoughts are with you, and your Family,
Doug Lee

Gerald and family,
We are so sad to hear of Carey's passing. It is so hard to loose a loved one so soon. Our thoughts are with you and your family.
Love you, Ken and Deanna

Robin and family, I am so sorry for your loss. Remember that time and good memories are great healers. May you find comfort and peace through our Heavenly Father.

I send my best,
Sister Larsen
a neighbor of many years ago.

Gerald, so sorry to have read your sons passing., may God bless you and your family.. cousin Diane and Clark Caldwell..

My sympathy goes out to the family during your time of grief. May God's loving-kindness comfort you and help you through this difficult time. (Psalm 119:50,76)

Once in a lifetime person comes into your life that can make a difference. That person to me was Carey. He and I grew up together and formed a great friendship. My mother would always kid with us and call us the trouble twins at times.

Carey and I would always be up to something. We both liked to pull pranks on those in our class, plus each other. He and I would always have fun together. In Band both of us played the trumpet, and would purposely play the wrong note. Mr. Morgan...