PRICE - Our loving mother, grandmother and sister, Wanda Harrison Campbell, age 80, passed away Aug. 7, 2007 at Castleview Hospital after a courageous battle with cancer.
She was born May 4, 1927 in Shreve, Ohio, to Russell and Hazel Harrison. She married William H. Campbell Oct. 25, 1946 in Shreve, Ohio. He passed away on March 10, 2004.
Wanda was a longtime resident of California, where she retired from the Kaiser Foundation Hospital in Fontana.
In 1991, Wanda and Bill moved to Price, where she was blessed with many wonderful friends and acquaintances. Her home was always filled with warmth and she was a grandmother to everyone who entered it. She loved entertaining family and friends, square dancing and golfing. She was an avid NASCAR fan.
Wanda was very crafty. She enjoyed sewing, crocheting and knitting wash cloths and afghans.
She was very generous and her acts of kindness will never be forgotten.
She is survived by her son, Bill (ReNai) Campbell, Price; daughter, Becky Kraefft, Denver, Colo; brother, Theron (Jean) Harrison, Shreve, Ohio; grandchildren, Kim, Zac, Andy, ReAnn and Demetria; and four loving great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her parents and husband, Bill.
A visitation for family and friends will be Saturday, Aug.11, between 5 to 6:30 p.m. at Mitchell Funeral Home in Price.
In lieu of flowers, the family suggests contributions to Active Re-Entry Perkie Van, 10 S. Fairgrounds Road, Price, UT 84501
Mirl P. Holley
PRICE - Our loving husband, father and grandfather who was loved by all, Mirl P. Holley, age 78, passed away peacefully Aug. 7, 2007 at his home in Price.
He was born March 10, 1929 in Fillmore to Mirl and Jessie Milgate Holley.
He attended Fillmore High School and was a member of the U.S. Army from 1946 to 1950 at which time he was part of the occupational forces in Germany.Married Emma Beach on Nov. 11, 1950 in Ely, Nev.
Mirl was a member of the Carbon County Sheriff's Posse, Operating Engineers Local 3 and the American Quarter Horse and Dun Association. He was retired from the Operating Engineers and Beaver Creek Coal Company.
He loved bowling, fishing, hunting and playing with his horses.
Mirl will be greatly missed by his family and a community of friends.
Survived by his wife, Emma, Price; sons and daughters, Terry (Cheryl), Smithfield; Cliff (Sharon), Rock Springs, Wyo.; Sandy (Rick), Tuscaloosa, Ala., Steve (Barbara), Sandy; Frank, Price; 14 grandchildren and 14 great-grandchildren. Preceded in death by his mother, Jessie; brothers, Royal and Jay; and brother-in-law Ted.
Memorial service Saturday, Aug. 11, 1 p.m., Mitchell Funeral Home, 233 E. Main, Price.
CARBONVILLE - Our loving wife, mother, grandmother, sister and friend, Betty Katherine Milano Jones, age 76, passed away Aug. 7, 2007 at home after a valiant battle with cancer.
She was born Oct. 2, 1930 in Price to Lee and Gladys Ross Milano. Married Merrill Allen Jones April 5, 1949 at Notre Dame de Lourdes Catholic Church in Price.
Betty was a member of the Catholic Church. She was a lifelong resident of Carbon County, where she attended Notre Dame School and later graduated from Carbon High School in 1949.
Betty was the best wife, mother and grandmother anyone could ask for. Her life was centered around family and friends and she was happiest when she was helping and caring for others. She enjoyed camping, fishing and traveling with family and friends.
Betty's warmth and infectious smile will be dearly missed by her family and many longtime friends and neighbors.
Survived by her loving husband of 58 years, Merrill Jones, Price; four daughters and one son, Marilyn (Arch) Allred, Cleveland; Rick (Lenore) Jones, Queen Creek, Ariz.; Ginger (Pat) Lemmon, Price; Shelly (Barrett) Lemmon, Cleveland,;Dana (Scott) Young, Price; four sisters and one brother, Wanda Woody, Montana; Irene Cripps, Price; Nat (Blaine) Brackus, Salt Lake City; Lee (Betty) Milano, LaRue (Wally) Llewelyn, both of Las Vegas, Nev.; sister-in-law, Mary Ann Milano, Spring Glen; 15 grandchildren and 24 great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her parents; grandson, Glen Lemmon; great-granddaughter, Audrey Eastman; brothers, Dwane and Larry Milano; and sister, Helen Milano.
The family would like to extend a special thanks to the entire staff at Rocky Mountain Hospice.
Funeral Mass Saturday, Aug. 11, 10 a.m., Notre Dame de Lourdes Catholic Church. Vigil service Friday evening, 7 p.m., Mitchell Funeral Home. Family will be at Mitchell's Friday and Saturday one hour prior to service. Committal service, Price City Cemetery.
In lieu of flowers, the family suggests contributions to the Notre Dame Building Fund.
CEDAR CITY - Doris Williamson, 70, passed away on July 28, 2007 in Cedar City after a long, courageous battle with cancer. Cedar City has lost an outstanding educator, community leader, LDS Church member and volunteer.
She was born July 1, 1937 in Salt Lake City, the devoted and loving daughter of Frank Farrow Williamson and Ruby Dean Andersen Williamson. She was beloved by her students, friends, relatives, neighbors, bowling teams, the church and college community.
Doris graduated from North Emery High School in Huntington. She continued her undergraduate education at College of Southern Utah (now Southern Utah University, SUU). At Brigham Young University, she earned her bachelor of science degree. She received her master of science degree in business education at Utah State University.
Doris taught junior high school in the Salt Lake City and Granite school districts. She began her collegiate teaching at Idaho State University, then finished at Southern Utah University. She taught for a total of 41 years plus many summers, retiring in 2002.
Doris received many awards related to her teaching and community service. She was most proud of receiving the SUU Distinguished Educator Award, Chamber of Commerce Outstanding Educator Award and Western Business and Information Technology Education (WBITE) Outstanding Post-Secondary Educator Award. She was president of the SUU Faculty Senate and served on the emeriti board (in charge of the newsletter) after she retired.
Dedicated to what would help her students, Doris was committed to the Professional Business Leaders (PBL) and actively supported their work for decades.
A devoted member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, she was a member of the 10th LDS Ward. She was responsible for the weekly ward bulletin for over 10 years. Doris held many church callings in the Young Women, Sunday School, and Relief Society.
Skilled at handicrafts, she could sew, quilt, knit and was clever at seasonal decorating, both at home, in church, and at work. She enjoyed doing these crafts which were for the pleasure and use of others. She knitted over a hundred baby quilts for her former students as they became parents. She knitted 180 caps for the Relief Society and their humanitarian distribution wherever they were needed. She won a sweepstakes prize at the Iron County Fair for a bedroom ensemble she quilted.
Doris was civic minded and supported many Cedar City projects such as the Utah Summer Games, for which she was an active supporter for 20 years. She served as a hostess at the Utah Shakespearean Festival plays for over 30 years and served as president of the USF Guild for many years. She was the first female president of the Cedar City Chamber of Commerce. She was a member of the Business and Professional Women's Club (BPW) for over 30 years.
Doris devoted three decades as secretary/treasurer of her Monday night bowling league. Loyal to her teams, she bowled every Monday and Wednesday.
During her college years, Doris worked as a hostess in the dining room for Bryce Canyon National Park and cherished the memories of working with the staff and serving the visitors.
She quietly contributed to many projects for the development of young people. She loved SUU sports, contributing to various athletic teams, especially to women's gymnastics.
Doris strongly supported any efforts for the development of students, particularly those in business education. She ultimately established an endowment fund to ensure that financial help would be available to those in need.
A loving pet owner, she always had dogs. She was especially fond of her poodles, Shadow, Brandy and Muffin, and recently, her pomeranian, Toby.
Doris loved her mother very much and was extremely devoted to her. She was her caregiver during the last several years. Her mother recently passed away at the age of 90. Her father also preceded her in death.
She is survived by her cousins, Sherry Keim, Layton, Joan Solomon, Aurora, Colo. and Joyce Oka, Honolulu, Hawaii; good friends, Connie Nyman and family, Kaaren Covili and family and many other friends.
A celebration of Doris' life will be Friday, Aug. 10, at the Southern Utah Mortuary from 6 to 8 p.m. There will be a graveside service on Saturday, Aug. 11, at noon at the Wellington City Cemetery.
In lieu of flowers, please make a contribution to the Doris Williamson Endowment Fund at the Southern Utah University, Advancement 303, 351 W. University Boulevard, Cedar City, UT 84720.
On-line condolences may be sent to www.southernutahmortuary.com.
PRICE/HAYDEN,Colo.- Isabelle Sally Oliveto, age 75, passed away Aug. 7, 2007 at Doak Walker Care Center in Steamboat Springs, Colo.
She was born Nov. 19, 1931 in Price to Bill and Isabella Barberio Oliveto. She attended school in Price and graduated from Carbon High School and Carbon Junior College.
Sally was a member of Notre Dame de Lourdes Catholic Church.
In May 2001, Sally moved to Hayden, Colo., where she lived at Haven Assisted Living Center and enjoyed many new friends and opportunities in her life.
Survived by her nephews and spouses, Bill (Roberta) Pero, Hayden, Colo.; James (Annette) Kaye, Jackson, Wyo.; Dominic (Pam) Oliveto, Rock Springs, Wyo.; nieces and spouses, Carol (Earl) Marra, Annette (Jim) Callor, Phyllis Cox, all of Price; many great- nieces, nephews, and step-great- nieces and nephews. Preceded in death by her parents; sisters, Anne Kaye and Catherine Pero; brothers, Sam, Dominic and Ross Oliveto.
Funeral Mass Friday, Aug. 10, 10 a.m., Notre Dame de Lourdes Catholic Church. Vigil service Thursday evening, 7 p.m., Mitchell Funeral Home. Family will be at Mitchell's one hour prior to service. Committal, Price City Cemetery.
Rita Kinder Clavel
HIAWATHA/RENO, Nev. - Rita Clavel Kinder, 72, passed away July 12, 2007 at Renown (Washoe) Medical Center. She was surrounded by her husband and children.
Rita was born in Hiawatha July 15, 1934, the daughter of Alfred and Ellia Clavel.
She moved to Reno, Nev., with her family in 1966, where she resided for the past 41 years.
She earned her associates degree in nursing in 1978 at Truckee Meadows Community College. She went to work as a registered nurse for Washoe Medical Center in the cardiac intensive care unit, for the next 20 years.
She had lifelong hobbies of sewing and needlework.
Rita enjoyed camping, fishing and motor home travel with the Good Sams Group and, of course, her grandchildren.
She was a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Reno 2nd LDS Ward. Her marriage to Fred was solemnized in the Reno LDS Temple in 2006.
Surviving and greatly missed by her husband, Fred Kinder; daughters, Tova (Barry) Roseman, Tracy (Jim) Murphy; sons, Marc and Lynn Kinder; grandchildren, Salvatore, Joseph, Dominic, Annalucia, Jett, Hunter and Krystal.
Services are to be private with family under the direction of Northern Nevada Memorial Cremation and Burial Society.
Friends may call Fred Kinder or email email@example.com.
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