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Kay Jolita Richards

Midvale, Utah

Jun 1, 1939 – Mar 6, 2018 (Age 78)

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Kay Jolita Richards (Hall)1939 ~ 2018Jolita peacefully passed away on March 6, 2018, at the age of 78 in Murray, Utah. She was born June 1, 1939, in Beaver, Utah to Henry Warren Hall and Mae Cathryn Hall (Blackner). She married the love of her life and best friend, George O. Richards, October 11,...

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She lived directly behind the home of my grandfather Albert, eventually becoming my home. She rented my father Harold's nearby field for many years and would rescue wild horses from the western desert, bring them back to our field, nurse them back to health, train them, and sell or give them to horse lovers. When my Dad got older, she would help by single-handedly irrigating and keeping the fences in good repair. Her and my Dad were inseparable friends! We express our family's sorrow at the...

We will miss you. You are the best neighbor anyone could have. You have helped so many in their time of need. I will always remember your dog Sarah.
Maribeth Fletcher Pearce

Jolita my friend and neighbor...I have known you over 40 years and I'm not sure there is a subject we haven't chatted about. You were easy to talk to and a great listener.
Things I will miss about you are your "smile". A smile that made me smile. Then there's your "caring". Caring about people, animals, flowers, birds, the Scouting program, your country and then all the neighborhood kids and all our pets! You cared about them all plus more.
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Dear Richards family,

We're so very sorry for your loss. As you take each day one step at a time and hold on to the loving memories of your loved one, may God grant you strength to see each day through (2 Corinthians 4:7).--ERJ and Family

I am always thoroughly impressed by ones who are passionate about their love for their pets. Pet lovers are very patient and caring persons which seems to make them ultra sensitive to fellow humans, it seems. May her deep sensitivity be continuously recalled when reflecting on her. Psalms 62:11,12.

Sorry for your loss Sandra and Family.
Lost my brother John week before Jolita.

I've missed you sense you retired Jolita.
No more 'day dreams' of us having lunch together...
You're a great gal and there are plenty of people that know that and will miss you tremendously.
We will see you in the bye and bye.

Nancy