PRICE - Our loving mother and grandmother, Charlotte Fenton Herzog, age 82, passed quietly at home Nov. 10, 2002.
She was born March 6, 1920 in Salt Lake City to Helen Louise Ferguson and Robert A. Fenton, Jr. She married George J. Herzog Aug. 29, 1941. They moved to Price in 1949, where they raised their children and enjoyed a loving life together.
Charlotte was raised in Salt Lake City and graduated from South High, where she was active in sports and set several speed skating records.
Charlotte and George enjoyed golf, boating, fishing and many outdoor activities with their family.
She was secretary of UMWA District 22 and was a member of Naomi Chapter 13 Order of Eastern Star, Ladies Auxiliary VFW, and the United Community Methodist Church in Price.
Charlotte enjoyed cake decorating; many brides in Price will remember her for the loving work she did on their cakes. She was very artistic and creative and always trying to find new and exciting things to do for friends and family.
She is survived by three children, Christine (Jerry) Hurd, Sidney, B.C.; Coleen Herzog, Scott (Laurey); grandchildren, Chalice, Joan, Amathena, Shane, all of Price; sister, Marilyn (Sherman) Ford; and daughter-in-law, Evelyn, Salt Lake City. Preceded in death by parents; sister, Helen; husband, George; and two children, Karen and Keith.
Special thanks to the Methodist Church and Community Nursing Services, and Senior Citizens Center of Price.
Friends and family are invited to join in a memorial Celebration of Life on Thursday, Nov. 14, 1 p.m., at Mitchell Funeral Home, 233 E. Main, Price. Family will be at Mitchell's Thursday one half hour prior to service.
The family requests that, in lieu of flowers, donations be made to the Shriner's Hospital for Children, Fairfax Road at Virginia Street, Salt Lake City, UT 84103. Specify "donations" after address.
PRICE - Mildred Alice Warner, age 89, passed away Nov. 8, 2002 at her home in Price.
She was born Feb. 12, 1913 in Mt. Pleasant to Nels D. and Alice C. Grames Brotherson. She married Boyo C. Warner Dec. 24, 1924 in Castle Dale, and lived in Price since that time.
She was a member of the Daughters of the Utah Pioneers and loved caring for her flower garden and making ceramics.
She served as a Primary teacher in the LDS Church for many years.
Mildred is survived by children, Dee and Catherine Warner, Riverton; Norman and Jane Warner, South Jordan; Vaun and Etta Warner, Robards, Ky; Paul and Alice Warner, West Jordan; Jean and Joe Burum, Rock Springs, Wyo.; Alice Ranae Warner, Moab; Gaye and David Babcock, Spring Glen; 23 grandchildren and 40 great-grandchildren. Also survived by brothers and sisters, Madriel McKee, Vivian and Johnny Grako, Gayle Atwood, Clyde and Bette Brotherson and Floyd Brotherson. Preceded in death by husband, Boyo; infant brother, Nels Albert; and granddaughter, Tiphanie Warner.
Funeral services will be Tuesday, Nov. 12, 1 p.m., at Fausett Mortuary in Price, where friends may call one hour prior to services. Burial, Price City Cemetery.
John 'Mike' Smyth
OGDEN - John Michael (Mike) Smyth, 67, died Saturday, Nov. 9, 2002, at his home in the arms of his loving wife and children.
He was born March 27, 1935 in Ogden, a son of John Francis and Bertha Spencer Smyth. He married Jeanette Compagni April 23, 1960 in the Good Shepherd Catholic Church, East Carbon City.
Mike lived in Ogden all of his life and graduated from Ogden High School in 1953. He had worked as an auto mechanic for Mehan Olds & Cadillac and Merrill Bean Chevrolet Co.
He was a member of Holy Family Catholic Church and had been an altar boy at St. Joseph's Catholic Church.
He was an Army veteran of the Korean War.
Survived by wife, Ogden; one son and one daughter, John Michael Smyth II, Kaysville; Dr. Patricia Smyth, DDS, Ogden; one sister, Mary (Ray) Wheelwright, Washington Terrace; brother-in-laws, Frank (Elaine) Compagni Jr., George (Su) Compagni, Charles (Linda) Compagni and Van (Valerie) Compagni, all of Price; and father-in-law, Frank Compagni Sr., Columbia. He was preceded in death by parents; and mother-in-law, Della Faralino Compagni.
Funeral Mass will be Thursday, Nov. 14, 10 a.m. in Holy Family Catholic Church. Vigil service with rosary will be offered Wednesday, Nov. 13, 6 p.m., at Larkin & Sons Mortuary, where friends may call Wednesday from 6 to 8 p.m.
Interment, Aultorest Memorial Park, Ogden.
PRICE - Gilbert (G.S.) Stanton Wiggains, age 64, died Nov. 6, 2002 in Price.
He was born Aug. 30, 1938 in Meade, Kan., to Ernest Abe and Pernia Sonia Sherrell Wiggains. Married Nancy O'Green in 1971, they later divorced.
He attended Kansas State, where he received an agricultural engineering degree.
Wiggains was a wheat farmer from Blunt, S.D., and a 20-year resident of Utah.
He is survived by daughter, Sonia Ann Wiggains, Price; stepdaughter, Frankie Lynn Wiggains Hathaway, Helper; and granddaughter, Chelsea Wiggains. Preceded in death by parents.
Memorial service Wednesday, Nov. 13, 4 p.m., Mitchell Funeral Home. Family will be at Mitch-ell's one hour prior to service.
In lieu of flowers, the family suggests contributions to Rocky Mountain Hospice, 60 E. 100 North, Price, UT 84501.
AZTEC, N.M. - Cody Rae Utley, 24, was killed in a car accident in Tucumcari, N. Mex., on Wednesday, Nov. 6, 2002.
He was born in Price, on Sept. 4, 1978.
Cody had many interests, all of which he was dedicated to. He loved the out of doors and anything to do with dirt bikes and 4x4 trucks but most of all, Cody loved his family. Not only was he big in stature but even bigger in heart and he will be missed by all that knew him.
Cody is survived by wife, Tersa Kosec Utley; and their children, Thomas James and Brionna L., of the family home in Aztec, N. M.; mother, Darlene Blevins; one brother, Michael Romero and his wife, Amanda; one sister, Danielle Blevins; and one niece, Kiara Romero, all of Helper. Also survived by grandparents, Frank and Ann Utley, Farmington; John and Edith Howard, Price; great-grandparents, Pete and Darlene Howard, Price; numerous aunts, uncles, cousins and dear friends.
Funeral services were Saturday, Nov. 9, at Cope Memorial Chapel of Aztec, N.M. Funeral services were also conducted Monday, Nov. 11, at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Chapel in Scofield. Burial, Scofield Community Cemetery.
In lieu of flowers, family requests contributions be made in Cody's name at the Wells Fargo Bank in Aztec.
Augustine 'Auggie' Quintana
GILLETTE, Wyo. - Augustine "Auggie" Quintana, age 49, died Monday, Nov. 4, 2002, at home following a brief illness.
He was born June 19, 1953, the son of Manuel and Emilia (Valdez) Quintana, in Leadville, Colo. He was raised in Monta Vista and Colorado Springs, Colo.
Following his childhood and schooling in Colorado, he moved to Granger, Wyo., in search of work. He was involved in the construction of the Texas-Gulf trona mine and worked for Cyprus-Amax at Plateau and Willow Creek near Price for 17 years.
Auggie loved spending time with his family and was known for his gentle smile. He loved small children and they always like to play with him.
He also enjoyed hunting, fishing, and football, he especially liked the Redskins NFL team.
Auggie is survived by his mother, Emilia, Colorado Springs, Colo.; his wife; Emra, Gillette, Wyo.; two sons, Michael, Salt Lake City, and Jeremy, Gillette, Wyo.;three daughters, Melody Quintana and Minnie Madrid of Monta Vista, Colo., and Terry Yates, Salt Lake City; four brothers, Esedor, Colorado Springs, Colo.; Steve, Price; Leroy, Pueblo, Colo.; and William, Sherth, Texas; three sisters, Stella Vigil, Colorado Springs, Colo.; Bessie Vigil, Green River, Wyo.; and Patsy Bishop, Jackson, Tenn.; six grandchildren; many nieces and nephews. Auggie was preceded in death by his father, Manuel, and his brother, Macrio.
Mass of Christian burial was Nov. 8 at St. Matthew's Catholic Church in Gillette, Wyo., with Father Karl Millis officiating. Visitation services were Nov. 7 at Stevenson-Wilson Funeral Home Chapel. All friends and family were considered honorary pall bearers.
LONG BEACH, Fla. - Donald L. Dimick, died Nov. 4, 2002.
Born May 4, 1924. Married Patrichia Elise Roberts in New York.
Graduated from Carbon High, Carbon Junior College, Columbia University School of General Studies, Columbia School of Architecture. Spent one year in Europe as a recipient of the school of William Kenney Traveling Fellowship.
Served in the U.S. Air Force, Europian Theatre of Operation. Served two years in Greenland with firm LaPierre, Litchfield, N.Y.
Don was admitted to the firm of Wasworth & Boston Architecture 1970, became a junior partner in the company.
He designed many schools and buildings in the New England states.
Survived by son, Douglas; daughter, Alison; brother, Kenneth (wife).
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