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Virla Bell Busby

Holladay, Utah

Dec 11, 1926 – Sep 10, 2018 (Age 91)

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Virla Bell Busby1926~2018Holladay, UT-Our beautiful, beloved mother, grandmother, and great-grandmother passed away peacefully in her home surrounded by her loved ones on Sept 10, 2018.Virla was born on Dec 11, 1926 in Glenwood, Utah to Rodney Thomas Bell and Cleone Buchanan Bell. She moved to...

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Virla was always sweet and happy. Her smile would light up any room. She would make you feel special and loved anytime you would talk with her. She had a special way of directing music in meetings and would radiate her love of music. The Quist family will always have a spot in their hearts for Virla and Harley. So glad they are together again.
Peggy Quist

I have had the privilege of knowing Verla for many, many years. What a wonderful, dear sweet woman and so talented. I pray for all of you in the family and that you will feel comforted. She is now reunited with he sweet husband. Love all of you, Lois Banks

To the family of my dear friend, Virla Busby,
I want you to know how much I loved your precious Mother. We served together out at the prison for several years. We also lived in the Ward together for many, many years. I was Virla's visiting teacher for some time also. We moved from the ward recently and I have so missed my visits and association with Virla. I felt like I knew all of you from all the stories and the love she had for each of you. Virla was such a very special lady...

I have lived across the street from the Busby's since 1982. They were very special neighbors. Virla was always perfectly dressed, not a hair out of place. She was the sweetest lady on the block. She would do anything to help her neighbors. I am so sad to lose such a special friend. I will miss her terribly. My condolences to her family. There is a huge hole in my heart, I can only imagine yours. I am so sorry I will not be able to attend Virla's services. Good bye sweet Virla.

Dear Janis, Amy, and Linda, I have loved your sweet beautiful mom since she was my Beehive teacher in 1967. She is the most perfect example of service that I've ever known. Your dad Harley was also such a fabulous man and filled with service. I remember watching all of you daughters growing up as I took piano lessons at your house and seeing you all on the first row of Church as sweet Harley played the organ. Virla was mine and my dad Pete's best cheerleader when we sang and your dad played...