James EarlSalisbury 10/28/1951 ~ 4/9/2003 James Earl Salisbury, born October 28, 1951, Twin Falls, Idaho. Died April 9, 2003, in Hong Kong. James was blessed with multiple talents, a passion for books and classical music, piano (instructor), art, acting. He graduated from Brigham Young and Harvard Universities. His great desire was to help people he thought were deprived of innate human rights by writing and lecturing in China and India. He taught school in Utah, was adjunct professor of Psychology, Ethics and Human Development at UVSC. He had great love for family and friends. An Eagle Scout and member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints with fervent love for God and Jesus Christ. Served a full-time mission. He is survived by parents, Joe and Mary Salisbury; brothers, Osburn (Jacque), Grant (Gwen); sisters, Mary Ann (Kiyoshi) Watanabe, Julie (Randy) Atkin; wife, JiaHui Salisbury, their children, Michael, Melinda, Melissa, Melody; Candy Salisbury (divorced), their children, Michelle, McKay, Merlin (LDS mission, Taiwan), and Matthew. Services, 1 p.m. Tues. April 15, Sharon LDS 3rd Ward Chapel, 445 S. 700 E, Orem, UT. Friends may visit family one hour before service. A "James E. Salisbury Donation Fund" for benefit of his children has been established at all branches of Zions Bank.
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Published in The Salt Lake Tribune from Apr. 13 to Apr. 14, 2003.