Lila Maynard Palmer Frandsen

Salt Lake City, Utah

1936 - 2017


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Lila Maynard Palmer Frandsen1936 ~ 2017Lila Maynard Palmer Frandsen died peacefully October 5, 2017, surrounded by her family. She was born April 4, 1936 in Oakley, ID to George and Golda Maynard. She grew up in Riverton, UT, where she attended school and made life-long friends. Lila married Val...

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Dear Family of Lila,
We were out of town and unable to come to your mother's funeral but want all of you to know that our thoughts and prayers have been with you. We loved Lila and many wonderful memories have come to mind as we have discussed her and the fun times we had with your family in South Jordan. She was a great example to us and everyone!
Love, Nadine Davis Troxel and Karen Davis

Oh how we will miss our beautiful Lila. She got me started going so many years ago to the DUP Welby Camp and then later in the West Jordan Senior's Harmonica Band. We enjoyed so many years of friendship and fun. She is such a wonderful example of kindness and love for all around her. May the Lord's Atonement bring comfort to all her family and all who love her until we are with her again.

Lila was one of my favorite people growing up in So. Jordan. Her smile did light up a room. She was always so sweet and kind to me and left a lifelong impression on me. I send my love and prayers to all the Palmer kids, as I remember them with fondness as well! Heaven just got brighter

To Wayne and family as well as all the other members of the Palmer and Frandsen families, Im sorry I forgot to sign my name to my sympathy and condolence note.
Love, Laurie and Michael Vertner

Condolences and sympathy to the Palmer and Frandsen families. Lila was a wonderful woman and will be missed. I always appreciated the way she made me feel whenever I would see her, with her beautiful smile and warm hug. She was truly a great lady and will continue to live in the hearts of those who love her.

Our thoughts & prayers are with Lila's children & family at this time of sorrow. Your mom was a great lady and will be missed by many. She was a life long neighbor & friend. Her smile always made you happy.
Love, Wanda Shields Naylor~Jim & Karen Naylor~Richard & Joyce Egbert~Lynn & Connie Naylor