HUNTINGTON - On Oct. 9, 2008, our cherished mother, Mary C. Earl, surrounded by family, left this earth to join her true love, George, and her beloved son, Randy.
Mary was born Dec. 27, 1921 to Paul and Mary Cavallo in Huntington.
As a lifelong resident of Emery County, Mary graduated from North Emery High School and attended nursing school for two years.
Mary and George were married July 12, 1941 in California and worked together at Douglas Aircraft Factory. They returned to Huntington to open Earl's in 1946 and other business enterprises throughout their lives.
Mary and George were well-known for helping anyone in need.
Mary was involved in her community, served as president of the Chamber of Commerce and was involved in many projects over the years.
Mary enjoyed gardening, fishing, painting, ceramics, traveling worldwide, working her business and the time that she shared with her children and grandchildren.
Mary will be dearly missed by her family, grandchildren and great-grandchildren.
She leaves behind her daughter, Sandra (Bennett Ray) Gunderson, and her son Kim (Sharon) Earl, both residing in Huntington; grandchildren, Shawn (Tasha) Van Seters, Jason Gunderson, Kimberlee (Edward) Rasbold, Timothy Earl, Jeff (Randi) Earl, Randy (April) Earl, Ilene (Eric) Grant, Robert (Kathy) Baker, John Michael Baker and Amanda (Maurice) Cannon; great-grandchildren, Zack, Shantelle, Ashlin, Taran, Draydon, Corben, Tralynn, Melbourne, Traralgon, Adrie, Keaton, Jackson, Tory, Robert, Courtney, John Michael, Kylynn, Sadie, Maurice and Aleah; and many other loving and caring relatives and friends. Mary was preceded in death by her husband; son, Randy; parents; and three brothers, Paul, Frank and Jack.
Funeral services will be Tuesday, Oct. 14, at 11 a.m. at Fausett Mortuary in Castle Dale. There will be a viewing Tuesday at 10 a.m. prior to the services at the mortuary. She will be laid to rest at Huntington City Cemetery.
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