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Ty N. Moosman

WELLINGTON - Our loving son, grandson, baby brother, uncle, nephew and "Super Stud," Ty N. Moosman, age 21, was taken from us on Sept. 28, 2007 in Price.

He was born July 6, 1986 in Price to Max and Kimberly Ann Williams Moosman.

Ty was engaged to the love of his life, Felicia Dawn Gentry, and they were to be married on Nov. 3, 2007.

Ty graduated from Carbon High School in 2004 and was employed at DT & E as a loader operator.

He loved spending time with his family, friends and his fiance.

He enjoyed riding bulls, camping, fishing, hunting and riding horses on the mountain. He also enjoyed going out on his boat, playing in the water, snowboarding, and riding his dirt bikes and four-wheelers with his friends.

Ty was loved by all the little kids and he enjoyed their company.

His smile, joking personality, and laugh will be missed by everyone who loved and knew him.

Survived by parents, Max and Kim Moosman, Miller Creek; fiance, Felicia Gentry, Price; grandparents, Beth Moosman, Wellington; Bill and Betty Williams, Miller Creek; sisters, Jeanne Moosman, Miller Creek; Stephanie (Steven) Melo, Altamont; Lynn (Blaine) Wilkerson, Duchesne; brother, Joey (Cordie) Moosman, Wellington; special brother, Ricky Olsen, Wellington; sister-in-law, Gillian Wandell, Cleveland; nephews, Kache, Miles and Brock Moosman; Stephen and Gus Melo; special nephew, Kaden Olsen; nieces, Shaliesha, Kiesha, Tialynne Moosman, Kaitlyn Phillips and Kaycey Melo; and many loving aunts, uncles, cousins and friends. Preceded in death by grandpa, Boyde Moosman; uncle, Paul Messinger; cousins, Chris and Shane Stansfield, Johnny Moosman, Kena Adair, Travis Moosman, David Fletcher and Kelly Villa.

Funeral service, Wednesday, Oct. 3, 1 p.m., Mitchell Funeral Home. Family will be at Mitchell's Tuesday evening from 7 to 9 p.m. and Wednesday one hour prior to service. Interment, Wellington City Cemetery.

Keith T. Randall

CLEVELAND - Keith T. Randall, 49, passed away Sept. 27, 2007 in Price.

He was born Nov. 25,1957 in Price to Harvey Lee and Beatrice Waterman Randall. He married Tracy Fillmore April 28. 1979 in Price.

He was raised in Carbon County and moved to Cleveland in 1990.

Keith worked for Cleveland city for many years. He was a volunteer fireman in Cleveland for 15 years.

Keith was the family mechanic, always helping others with their automobiles.

His greatest joy was spending time with his family. He loved pot-gut hunting, four wheeling and his special dog, Paco.

He will be remembered as a loving husband, father, grandfather and friend.

He is survived by wife Tracy; daughters Amber Randall, Grand Junction, Colo.; Cassie Randall, Price; daughter -in-law, Brandy (Josh) Wagner, Huntington; granddaughters, Bailey and Chloe; sisters, Barbara (Calvin) Andreen, Virginia (Reese) Evans, and Denise (Mike) Seevers, all of Price. Preceded in death by parents; brother, Harvey A. Randall; and son, Keith Alan Randall.

Funeral services were Oct. 1 at the Cleveland 2nd LDS Ward Chapel. Interment, Cleveland City Cemetery.

Jamie Hassell

PRICE/LAS VEGAS, Nev. - Our dear mother, wife, daughter, sister and friend, Jamie Rae Mills Hassell, age 49, passed away Sept. 21, 2007 at her home in Las Vegas, Nev.

Jamie was born Nov. 14, 1957 in Price. She married Carlis F. Hassell in Las Vegas, Nev., on Aug. 18, 1977.

Jamie and Carl owned and operated Champion Automotive Inc. in Las Vegas, Nev.

Jamie had a tremendous affect on the lives of all who knew her and she will be greatly missed.

She will long be remembered for her loving and generous spirit, regularly giving to those in need in too many ways to mention.

Her eccentric love for animals and her never ending search for spiritual knowledge and growth are an example of her fun and interesting nature.

Most of all, Jamie will be missed by her family, who were the center of her life and will miss her warmth on a daily basis.

Jamie is survived by husband, Carlis Hassell; children, Smiles (Damon Powell) Hassell; Lacy (Prince) Linzy; Dustin (Amber) Hassell; four grandchildren, Nyshia Meads, Domonique Hassell, Tyran Powell and Aden Hassell; mother, Mary Jane Stafford, all of Las Vegas, Nev.; brothers, Jase (Keven) Mills, Price; Andrew (Debbie) Mills, Las Vegas, Nev.; and Shay (Marija) Evans of Midland, Calif.; her sisters, Kim Coleman, Gillette, Wyo.; Mary Jo (Tony) Winsor, Las Vegas, Nev.; and Roylynn (Paul) Brand, Long Island, N.Y.; grandmother, Smiles Oveson, Elmo; and many nieces and nephews including three great nieces; and many aunts, uncles and cousins. She was preceded in death by nephew, Westin Evans and grandfather, James Oveson.

A private memorial was conducted at her home on Sept. 26.

Lynn Kenney

PRICE - Our beloved mother, grandmother, daughter and sister, Donna Lynn Kenney, age 59, returned to the loving arms of our Heavenly Father on Sept. 27, 2007 at the home of her mother in Price.

She was born May 17, 1948 in Price to Curtis Jack and Lois Axelsen Abrams.

Lynn loved spending time with her granddaughter and going to Build-A-Bear. She also enjoyed reading and watching movies.

She shared a deep compassion for her family and friends and especially her dogs.

She will be dearly missed by her family.

She is survived by daughter, Kelli Wright; granddaughter, Jaclyn Wright, both of Salt Lake City; mother, Lois Abrams, Price; brother, Brett (Jana) Abrams, Price; and sister, Jackie Abrams, Huntington. She was preceded in death by her father, Jack Abrams.

Funeral service, Wednesday, Oct. 3, 2007, 11 a.m., Price North LDS Stake Center. Family will be at Mitchell Funeral Home Tuesday evening from 6 to 8 p.m. and at the stake center Wednesday one hour prior to service. Interment, Price City Cemetery.

Guy Adams

PRICE - Our loving husband, father, grandfather, brother and friend, Guy Adams, age 82, passed away peacefully Sept. 25, 2007 at his home in Price.

He was born July 1, 1925 in Columbia to Gust and Philomena Curcione Adams. Married Virginia Telaroli on Sept. 26, 1953 at St. Anthony Catholic Church in Helper.

Guy joined the U.S. Marines in 1942 and honorably served his country during WWII. He received the Purple Heart for his injuries sustained in battle.

He was a member of the Notre Dame de Lourdes Catholic Church and a lifelong resident of Carbon County.

Guy was an outstanding police officer and worked in the county for 34 years. He also drove school bus parttime for 30 years.

He was an amazing athlete and was quite accomplished in many sports. He continued his passion for physical fitness throughout his life by participating in the Utah Summer Olympic games in cycling and took home numerous medals, one gold, one silver and three bronze.

Guy was a member of the Marine Corps League, Price American Legion Post 3 and the VFW Miners Post 2379.

He will be dearly missed by those who knew and loved him.

Survived by his wife, Virginia Adams, Price; children, Mike (Rose) Adams, Helper; Greg Adams, Price; Guy (Jacilyn) Adams, Spring Glen; sisters, Ann and Martha Adams; three grandchildren. Preceded in death by his parents; and son Tony Adams.

Funeral Mass Saturday, Sept. 29, Notre Dame Catholic Church. Vigil service Friday evening, Mitchell Funeral Home. Interment, Price City Cemetery.

In lieu of flowers, family suggest donations to Notre Dame Catholic Church or Rocky Mountain Hospice.

Hugh Saccomanno

SPRING GLEN - Our loving husband, father, grandfather, great-grandfather and great-great-grandfather, Hugh Saccomanno, age 93, passed away Sept. 27, 2007 in Price.

He was born Dec. 26, 1913 in Spring Glen to Frank M. and Marianna Caruso Saccomanno.Married Katherine Rebol, June 14, 1937 in Price.

Hugh was a lifetime resident of Spring Glen.

He had a great passion for his farm and remained dedicated to its work his entire life.

He was a coal miner at Royal and Kenilworth for 23 years and retired from the Carbon County School District in 1975 with 19 years of service.

He enjoyed working on his farm and he was a talented rock mason.

Hugh loved visiting with his family and telling stories about his life experiences.

He will be dearly missed by all who knew and loved him.

Survived by wife, Katherine; three children, Katherine (Boyd) Anderson, Spring Glen; Hugh Jr. (Delores), Helper; Bill (Connie),Salt Lake City; five grandchildren, seven great-grandchildren five great-great-grandchildren, and his little buddy "Muffie".

He was preceded in death by parents; brothers, Charlie, Ernest, Melvin, Pete and Geno; sisters, Carmella and Roseanna.

William Kevin Park

SUNNYSIDE - Kevin Park, age 44, passed away peacefully on Sept. 21, 2007 at his home in Sunnyside after a long battle with heart disease.

Kevin was born March 13, 1963 to William Leroy and Glenna Mae Park. He married Jean Marie Blackburn on July 22, 1983 in Salt Lake City.

He was a devoted husband, father, brother and son.

He enjoyed working with his hands. He was a carpenter for many years and will be greatly missed.

He is survived by wife, Jean Park; son, Douglas Park; daughter, Malisa Park of Sunnyside; son, Jason Park of Wellington; sister, Tammy Baker of Salt Lake; sister, Susan Edgemann, Texas; sister, Tonya (Steven) Wilkerson, East Carbon; uncle, Dennis (Gloria) Rowley, Rangely, Colo.; and many cousins, nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by both parents; brother, Douglas Park; grandparents; aunts and uncles.

You may contact the family at 630-6442.

Wilma 'Rae' Watson

WATTIS/BOUNTIFUL-Wilma"Rae" Hunter Roseman Watson, 80, passed away Sept. 22, 2007 in Bountiful.

Wilma was born April 11, 1927 in Wattis to Gladys E. Tatton and William A. Hunter. Wilma married Frank A. Roseman in 1946; they were married for over 20 years and had two children together.

She lived her childhood and teen years in Spring Canyon and Sunnyside.

In the early 1960s, Wilma returned to school and became a nurse. She spent most of her nursing career working with critically-ill newborns at Cottonwood Hospital and was very respected for the love and skill with which she cared for "her" babies.

Wilma always took great pride in her beautiful home and in her appearance.

She liked to adopt and watch over senior citizens in her neighborhood.

For the second half of her life, she was known by her middle name, "Rae."

She married Jay L. Watson in 1995; they lived in Salt Lake City, Tooele, Payson and, most recently, Spanish Fork.

Rae and Jay were a colorful couple, often seen out walking their little dog, Beau.

Wilma is survived by husband, Jay, his children; by daughter, Susan Fulsome; by six grandchildren and six and a half great-grandchildren; and by three sisters and one brother, Thusnelda Mills, Betty Evatz, Carol Olsen and Hayden Hunter. She was preceded in death by parents; two brothers, Clyde and Quentin; son, Frank W. Roseman; and a great-grandson.

Friends and relatives are invited to a celebration of her life on Thursday, Oct. 4, 2 p.m. at the community center at the fairgrounds in Price.

In lieu of flowers, the family suggests donations to Family First Hospice House, 565 Medical Drive, Bountiful, UT 84010, from whom Wilma received compassionate and loving care in the final weeks of her life.

Neldon A. Cox

ORANGEVILLE - Our father, grandfather, great-grandfather and friend, Neldon A. Cox passed away on Sept. 26, 2007.

His family was blessed and honored to be at his side to bid him farewell on the last of his many journies.

Neldon was born Nov. 2, 1936 in Orangeville to Elmer Lewis and Alta Day Cox. He married Claudia Alice Justesen, later divorced.

He had many talents and trades.

In his life, he served in the U.S. Navy for four years and obtained a degree in electronics and television.

He also loved being a truck driver and co-owner of a trucking company, owned and operated a service station, worked construction and later managed a mobile home park.

Neldon was a master at masonry and carpentry and passed these talents on to his sons.

Neldon was a member of the Emery County Sheriff's Jeep Posse/Search and Rescue.

Many will remember him as a country music singer and guitar player.

Family and friends have fond memories of camping, fishing, hunting, four-wheeling and too many adventures to mention.

Neldon loved the outdoors, the desert and Joes Valley.

Neldon had a passion for country music and was a gifted vocalist and guitar player. He organized a band called the Blue Notes. The Blue Notes played at various places, including the Cowboy Club, Elks Club, and the Hunter's Ball. The band played together for many years.

Great music and lifetime friendships remained an important part of his life.

Survived by four children and their spouses, Dennis (Debra) Cox, Cedar City; Trina (Jason) Branson, Orangeville; Doug Cox, Green River, Wyo.; and Dave (Liz) Cox, Vernal. Neldon was preceded in death by his parents and siblings, Verna Hoops Corbett, LaDean Allred and Dale Cox.

Neldon was also married to Sherry Mendenhall Cox. Sherry has remained his closest friend and wishes to express her love in their special way, "I love you the mostest."

The family conducted a graveside service on Sept. 29, in the Orangeville Cemetery.

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