WELLINGTON/VERNAL - Devin Scott Guymon passed away suddenly in his sleep March 21, 2006.
He was born June 29, 1966 in Granger to Theo L. and Doreen Turner Guymon. Devin married Susan Lavon Blackburn Dec. 29, 1984 in Wellington. Devin was the love of Susan's life. They married young and survived all odds. Their marriage was later solemnized June 20, 1998 in the Vernal LDS Temple.
They have three children, Kyle, Ashley and Andrea. His family was everything to him and he did all he could to be with them and participate in activities as a family. Softball in the summer, and hunting in the fall with his dad and son was his life.
Devin was employed at the Deserado Coal Mine in Rangely, Colo., and had been since 1989. He survived two near death accidents, one in 2002 and again in 2004. Many men would have given up and taken disability. But Devin was determined to return to work and provide for his family. Many people could take a lesson from his work ethics and moral values. Everyone whose lives he touched will miss Devin.
He is survived by wife, Susan; son, Kyle and Shamberlee Guymon; daughters, Ashley and future son-in-law, Lucas Kay; Andrea, all of Vernal; parents, Theo and Doreen Guymon of Roosevelt; father- and mother-in-law, Robert and Sue Blackburn of Vernal; brother, Donald and Carol Guymon of Roosevelt; two sisters, Michelle and Bill and Hampton of Craig, Colo.; Malynda and Brian Bennett of Pleasant Grove; three brothers-in-law, Scott and Alayna Blackburn of Vernal; Rodney and Renee Blackburn of Lapoint; Ryan and Jahn Blackburn of Jensen; sister-in-law, Shawna Blackburn of Las Vegas, Nev.; many aunts; uncles; nephews; nieces; great-niece; and great-nephew.
Funeral services were March 25 at the Davis 1st LDS Ward Chapel. Burial, Vernal Memorial Park under the direction of Thomson-Blackburn Vernal Mortuary.
PRICE - Patricia Anne "Patty" Caserio Brady-Marinoni, age 81, passed away while surrounded by her loving family due to breast cancer on March 25, 2006.
She was born March 16, 1925 in Lead, S.D., to Dominic Natale and Victoria Miglio Caserio
Patty lived for her family and loved every minute she spent with them. She enjoyed spending time and hearing from her children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren. She was the deputy clerk auditor for Carbon County prior to retiring in 1995. She was a member of the Castleview Hospital Pink Ladies Auxiliary and was Volunteer of the Year in 1999. She was a key member of the cancer support group and a 21-year breast cancer survivor. Patty contributed many hours volunteering with the Relay For Life and helping set up the Castleview Hospital Cancer Support Library. She was Volunteer of the year in 2002 for Carbon County RSVP. She was a member of the Stella D'America Italian Lodge 77 and was an avid CEU and Jazz basketball fan.
Survived by children, Fred (Debbie) Schwecke, Satellite Beach, Fla.; Penny (Jim) Lewis, Antioch, Calif.; Patrice (Greg) Warner, Draper; Larry (Anne Marie) Marinoni, Sandy; Wende Jacobson, Helper; god-daughter, Charlene (Paul) Dupin, Price; grandchildren, Shawn (Denise) Lewis, Oakley, Calif.; Cheri (Brian) Ruliffson, Sacramento, Calif.; Jason (Jamie) Schwecke, W. Lafayette, Ind.; Renee (Scot) Coffey, Mesa, Ariz.; Thomas Batey II, Bath, Mass.; Jessica, Alexandra, Kathryn and Brittany Warner, all of Draper; Stecky (Scott) Jaggi, Logan; Sidney (Mike) Breitenstein, Sandy; Wade Marinoni, Price; Derek (Danielle) Gale, Tyler Gale, Conner Jacobson, all of Helper; great-grandchildren, Marissa and Jared Lewis, Kevin Schwecke, Larry Marinoni, Nicolette Ganser, Kodi, Chaz, Zak Breitenstein; brother and sister, Clifford (Maxine) Caserio, Stella (Clarence) Leeling, both of Lead, S.D.; brother-in-law, John Marinoni, Price; many nieces and nephews; a community of friends; and dear friend, Ruth (Bert) Prichard. Preceded in death by son, Patrick John Brady; parents; brothers and sisters, Charlie and Joe Venuta, Charlie and Stephen Caserio, Lucy Bachelli, Theresa King, Margaret Larive, and Anna Marinoni; husbands, Ervin Schwecke, John A. Brady, and Joseph A. Marinoni.
Funeral Mass Wednesday, March 29, 11 a.m., Notre Dame de Lourdes Catholic Church. Vigil service Tuesday evening, 7 p.m., Mitchell Funeral Home. Family will be at Mitchell's Tuesday and Wednesday one hour prior to service. Committal service, Thursday, March 30, at 3:30 p.m., Valley View Memorial Park Cemetery, West Valley City.
In lieu of flowers, the family suggests contributions to Castleview Hospital, Attn.: Sherry King, 300 N. Hospital Drive, Price, UT 84501, for the American Cancer Society Support Library or Carbon Relay For Life.
A special thanks to Dr. Potter, Sherry King, family, friends, the staff at Castleview Hospital and Rocky Mountain Hospice for their devotion and kindness in caring for our mother.
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