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Clyde White

HUNTINGTON - Our beloved husband, father and brother, Clyde DeLynn White, age 58, passed away April 23, 2003 at Castleview Hospital in Price.

He was born May 2, 1944 in Bountiful, to Burton and Clara E. White. Married Aleta Atwood Oct. 2, 1971 in Salt Lake City.

Clyde enjoyed inventing things, tinkering with small engines, camping and being with his family and friends.

He was a loving husband and father, a fun brother, and special grandpa.

We will all miss hearing his whole-hearted laugh.

Survived by wife, Aleta; children, Melinda, Dustin, Dayna, Cameron, Natasha and Whitney; brothers and sisters, Dennis, Vernon, Alice, Carla, Dorothy, Rachel, Joanne, Trudy; and 10 loving grandchildren. Preceded in death by parents; and brother, Rulon.

Funeral service Monday, April 28, at Mitchell Funeral Home. Interment, Huntington City Cemetery.


Eva Ellett

COLUMBIA/EAST CARBON CITY - Our kind and beloved wife, mother, grandmother, great-grandmother, great-great-grandmother and aunt, Eva Ann Baker Ellett, died April 26, 2003 at home with her family at her side.

She was born July 27, 1911 in Bicknell, Wayne County, to Benjamin John Baker and Samantha Lucinda Mangum Baker. She married Freeman Ellett April 7, 1931 in Nephi. Their marriage was later solemnized in the Manti LDS Temple. He passed away Oct. 6, 2001.

They are the parents of four daughters.

She was an active member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. She served in the Primary for many years and was a Relief Society president in her ward under four bishops. This was a special and memorable time in her life. She also served in the Relief Society presidency during the short time they lived in Salt Lake City.

Her greatest joy was her family. She was a great homemaker.

We will all remember the pies she baked, the afghans she crocheted and her beautiful ceramic works of art. Through her many operations and afflictions, she became a woman of great strength, developing patience and never losing her sense of humor. She loved keeping in touch with her many dear friends.

She will be remembered for the positive influence she had on the lives of others. We will miss her and love her forever.

She is survived by daughters and their husbands, Eva LaRae and Phillip Green of Salt Lake City; Freda and Kenneth Harris of Tooele; Arva Dean and Scott Squire of Orem; and Carol and Bruce Hintze of Ivins; 22 grandchildren, 60 great-grandchildren and three great-great-grandsons. In addition to her husband, she is preceded in death by twin granddaughters, four brothers and three sisters.

Funeral service will be Wednesay, April 30, 11 a.m., at the East Carbon LDS Chapel where friends may call from 10 a.m. to 10:45 prior to services. Burial, Bicknell Cemetery at 4 p.m.


Keith Randall

WELLINGTON - Keith Alan Randall, age 23, passed away April 26, 2003 in Grand Junction, Colo., due to complications following a motorcycle accident.

He was born May 19, 1979 in Price to Keith T. and Tracy Fillmore Randall. Keith married Brandy Long May 10, 2000 in Las Vegas, Nev.

He loved music from Bach to U2. His gifted singing voice brought sweetness to those who listened to him. He sang with a rock band, Emery High Choir and Huntington Glee Club.

His love of life and people brought him many friends by whom he will be dearly missed. His greatest love was reserved for him family; his wife Brandy; and daughter, Bailey. He was his dad's best buddy and they shared many precious and fond memories.

Keith is survived by loving wife, Brandy; daughter, Bailey of Wellington; parents, Keith and Tracy Randall; and sisters, Amber and Cassie, all of Cleveland. Also survived by grandparents, Merrill and Freda Fillmore of Cleveland. Preceded in death by grandparents, Harvey and Beatrice Randall.

Funeral services will be Thursday, May 1, at 11 a.m. at the Cleveland LDS Chapel where friends may call one hour prior to services. Friends may sign the register at Fausett Mortuary Tuesday and Wednesday from 9 to 5 p.m. Burial, Cleveland Cemetery under the direction of Fausett Mortuary.

In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations to the Keith Randall Memorial Fund at Carbon Credit Union or Zions Bank.


Carol Davis
'Dearest Grammy'

PRICE - The rock of our family, sweet wife, most loving mother, super grammy, bestest sister, greatest aunt and most caring non- judgmental friend to all, Carol Sue Davis, slipped peacefully and unexpectedly back to our Heavenly Father April 24, 2003 surrounded by loving family and friends.

Carol Sue Misner Davis, 54, was born Dec. 4, 1948 in Dragerton to Carroll and Hazel Carroll Misner. She grew up in Dragerton and attended East Carbon High. Her knight in shining armor, Dean H. Davis, swept her off her feet and married her June 17, 1967 in Helper.

Grammy adored her family and especially loved her little ones who were her most precious pride and joy who always made her smile.

She was beautiful inside and out a very talented giving lady who loved life and lived it fully while constantly serving family, friends and her community, always listening with her caring ears and most compassionate heart she was our number one support and a truly remarkable woman in every sense.

Mom made her house a beautiful comfortable safe home by filling it with unconditional love for her husband, children, grandchildren, relatives, friends and friends of friends.

She was a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

She leaves use with so many great remarkable memories that we will cherish in our hearts and mind, always and forever.

We love you, miss you so much and can't wait for the day to be reunited with you. You have touched all of our lives for the best and we are so grateful for our precious time with you and only wish it could have been longer.

You are our love our hopes our memories our laughter our tears our joy our everything. We know you will be watching over us until we meet again.

We love you!

Survived by loving spouse, Dean H. Davis, Price; cherished children, Randy and Audrey Misner, Price; Dean Kenneth and Cally Davis, Price; Dyann and Shane Vasten, Basalt, Colo.; Jennifer and Marc Tomadakis, Price; eight treasured and talented grandchildren, Chance and Max Misner, Kenny and KayLee Davis, Kelsey and Jody Vasten, Zachary and soon to be little princess; sister, Joan and Dave Patton; sister, Dar Harriott and John and sister, Ida Townsend. Preceded in death by parents, Hazel and Carroll; brother, Jerry Misner; and grandma, Clea.

Funeral service Tuesday, April 29, 2 p.m. at Mitchell Funeral Home. Family will be at Mitchell's Tuesday one hour prior to service. Interment, Cliffview Cemetery, Price.


Madrel McKee

PRICE - Our loving mom, grandma, great-grandma, aunt, sister, and friend passed away April 24, 2003.

She was born Sept. 10, 1918 in Price, to Nels and Alice Grames Brotherson. Married James Elden "Red" McKee Dec. 31, 1947 in Price. He died May 8, 1986.

Madrel was a member of the LDS Church and the Daughters of Utah Pioneers. She loved quilting and was a member of the Quilting Guild.

Over the years, she enjoyed her many wonderful friends and luncheons she shared at the senior center in Price. During that time, she helped work on the monthly newsletter and she enjoyed the ceramic classes.

She loved working in her yard and caring for her flowers.

Her greatest love was for her family and she will be dearly missed by all.

Survived by daughter, Nancy (Gary) Motte; son, Ronald (Bonnie) Murray; 11 grandchildren, Ed (Jodi) Liin, Teddy Liin, Elly Thomason, Kerry Motte, Dianne (Tom) Hyatt, Carla (Quinn) Nelson, Debbie (Tony) Mower, Ronald (Camera) Mur-ray, Cory Murray, Tammy (Mike) Phillips, Kim (Mark) Graham; 24 great-grandchildren; one great-great-granddaughter; two brothers, Floyd (Jackie) Brother-son; Clyde (Betty) Brotherson; and two sisters, Gayle Atwood and Vivian Grako. Preceded in death by daughter; and son-in-law, Lea and Heino Liin; sister, Mildred Warner.

Funeral service Monday, April 28, Wellington 1st LDS Ward Chapel. Interment, Price City Cemetery under the direction of Mitchell Funeral Home.


Delcina Colosimo

PRICE - Our loving mother, grandmother and sister, Thursey Delcina Curtis Johnson Colos-imo, age 87, passed away April 26, 2003 at Castle Country Care Center in Price.

Born Nov. 18, 1915 in Cleveland, to Joseph A. and Astella Olson Curtis. Married Orvil C. Johnson July 7, 1937. Orvill passed away May of 1953. She later married Sam Colosimo Oct. 16, 1953. Sam passed away July 31, 1970.

Delcina was a member of the LDS Church and she enjoyed teaching Sunday School and Primary in Hiawatha for many years.

She worked at the confectionery in Hiawatha, Massey's and JCPenney. She enjoyed spending time and hunting rocks at Woodside and Cedar Mountain.

Delcina was known for her beautiful doilies and afghans that she loved to crochet and she won many prizes with both.

She was a loving mother, who will be deeply missed.

Survived by son, Curtis O. (Kathleen) Johnson, Cedar City; daughter, Kay Colosimo and Jack Leautaud, Price; sisters and brother, OLenna (Curtis) Mar-chello, Price; Kathleen (Don) Ball, Moab; Frankie England, Phoenix, Ariz.; Connie Curtis, Lawrence; sisters-in-law, Marjorie Curtis, Pat Colosimo, Jennie Colosimo, all of Price; Rose Jackson, Detroit, Mich.; Thelma Gibson, Taylorsville; Lenore Chapman, Helper; Odesa Jones, Castle Dale; Dora Littlefield, West Valley; brother-in-law, Clayton Johnson, Calif.; grandchildren, Amber (Dave) Bringhurst, Travis (Tracey) Johnson, both of Cedar City; great-grandchildren, Alysha Hardy, Jesse, Skylar and Brandon Johnson; and many loving nieces, nephews and dear friends. Preceded in death by husbands, Orvil C. Johnson and Sam Colosimo; brothers, Max, George and Russell Curtis; and sister, Wilma.

Funeral service Tuesday, April 29, 11 a.m., Price 11th LDS Ward Chapel, 300 W. 500 South. Family will be at the church Tuesday one hour prior to service. Interment, Price City Cemetery.


Delcina Colosimo

PRICE - Our loving mother, grandmother and sister, Thursey Delcina Curtis Johnson Colos-imo, age 87, passed away April 26, 2003 at Castle Country Care Center in Price.

Born Nov. 18, 1915 in Cleveland, to Joseph A. and Astella Olson Curtis. Married Orvil C. Johnson July 7, 1937. Orvill passed away May of 1953. She later married Sam Colosimo Oct. 16, 1953. Sam passed away July 31, 1970.

Delcina was a member of the LDS Church and she enjoyed teaching Sunday School and Primary in Hiawatha for many years.

She worked at the confectionery in Hiawatha, Massey's and JCPenney. She enjoyed spending time and hunting rocks at Woodside and Cedar Mountain.

Delcina was known for her beautiful doilies and afghans that she loved to crochet and she won many prizes with both.

She was a loving mother, who will be deeply missed.

Survived by son, Curtis O. (Kathleen) Johnson, Cedar City; daughter, Kay Colosimo and Jack Leautaud, Price; sisters and brother, OLenna (Curtis) Mar-chello, Price; Kathleen (Don) Ball, Moab; Frankie England, Phoenix, Ariz.; Connie Curtis, Lawrence; sisters-in-law, Marjorie Curtis, Pat Colosimo, Jennie Colosimo, all of Price; Rose Jackson, Detroit, Mich.; Thelma Gibson, Taylorsville; Lenore Chapman, Helper; Odesa Jones, Castle Dale; Dora Littlefield, West Valley; brother-in-law, Clayton Johnson, Calif.; grandchildren, Amber (Dave) Bringhurst, Travis (Tracey) Johnson, both of Cedar City; great-grandchildren, Alysha Hardy, Jesse, Skylar and Brandon Johnson; and many loving nieces, nephews and dear friends. Preceded in death by husbands, Orvil C. Johnson and Sam Colosimo; brothers, Max, George and Russell Curtis; and sister, Wilma.

Funeral service Tuesday, April 29, 11 a.m., Price 11th LDS Ward Chapel, 300 W. 500 South. Family will be at the church Tuesday one hour prior to service. Interment, Price City Cemetery.


Judith Esgate

PRICE/DURANGO, Colo. - Judith Ann Esgate, 60, died Sunday, April 20, 2003 in Durango, Colo.

Ms. Esgate was born Aug. 29, 1942 in Price, the daughter of Joseph and Emma (Millarich) Rebol.

She had lived in Utah and then southern California before moving to Durango seven years ago.

Prior to moving from California, Judy was a research chemist in the bio-medical industry.

She enjoyed cooking, hiking, skiing, spending time with her family and being with her late (Shepherd mix) dog, Lucian.

She is survived by brother and sister-in-law, Martin and Kathy Kosec, Fort Collins, Colo.; niece, Katrina Kosec, Washington, D.C.; nephew, Andrew Kosec, Fort Collins, Colo.; cousins, Carol Lupus, Martina Grange, Steve Losik, Carl Losik and Dick McKinnon; and other relatives. She was preceded in death by parents; sister, Dolores Poole; and brother-in-law, Jim Poole.

Memorial contributions may be made to Southwest Colorado Mental Health, 281 Sawyer Drive, Durango, CO 81301.


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