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Francis Hilthon Chapman

Salt Lake City, Utah

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Francis Hilthon Chapman 1922 ~ 2007 Francis Hilthon Chapman passed away December 31, 2007 at his home in Springville with his family. He was born in Goshen, Utah on August 18, 1922, the third child of Hilthon Andrew and Violet Hansen Chapman. He went to school in Goshen and Payson,...

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Thelma,
I do want to let you know how much we have appericate our few but wonderful visits these many years. The Chapman's have been a big part of my life and I cherish that realationship. May the Lord bless you at this time and give you comfort.

Sister Chapman,
I'm sorry for your loss. I know that this is a difficult time for you. Please know that I am thinking of you and your family. I hope that the treasured memories you both had together will bring you smiles, comfort, and peace.
Love,
Christine Matheson

I am so sorry to hear about Uncle Shorty. What a kind and loving man he was. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. Aunt Thelma, thank you so much for your thoughtfulness at Christmas, I cherrish each Christmas card you send. Love Cathy Thomason

Uncle Shorty was how I knew Francis Hilthon Chapman. He was a great friend of mine. He even sang a solo at my wedding. He was my war hero, and great friend. He bought me a chemistry set that had a great affect on my life and my love of Chemistry. In short he spoiled me. I remember fishing with him until midnight once. Everyone thought we had drowned and came to rescue us. I remember everytime we would stop by Uncle Shorty's on the way to Salt Lake he would insist that we share some of his...

Cathy,
I'm deeply sorry to hear about your dad. I lost my father in June, and I know there will be a void in your life that will be hard to fill. You are in our prayers.
Shellie Miller-Monson

Uncle Short we are going to miss you and your love that you showed to all.
You gave me some great memories as I grew up and had all of those years hunting with you. I also learned a lot from you and all of the others that were there at the time.
Aunt Thelma, You were so lucky to have Uncle Short as your eternal spouse. May the Lord bless you and your family with the blessing that all of you need at this time. He will allow you and your family to feel His love for all of you in this...