PRICE-NORTH SALT LAKE-Floyd Alvin Marx, beloved father, grandfather, great-grandfather, and brother peacefully passed from this life to the next on March 9, 2008.
Born in Moroni on Dec 11, 1912 to Alvin Leroy and Wayne Cloward Marx. Floyd was the first son and second child of 12.
He married Verda Ann Mills on Dec. 2, 1937 in the Salt Lake LDS Temple. She preceded him in death Nov. 7, 2006.
He was a longtime resident of Price and lived the past 23 years in North Salt Lake. A man of strength, he worked in the Kenilworth mine loading coal with his father for three years. He then worked at the Wattis mine for 21Ã¯Â¿Â½ years, starting as clean up man behind the loader, then track man, timberman, driller, nipper, motor man, loader operator, shotfire and finally face boss and night foreman.
Active in the LDS church, he served in many capacities over the years including bishop's counselor, high councilman, ward clerk, home teacher and his favorite calling as door greeter.
Floyd helped build the first building at the College of Eastern Utah in 1938. He and his brother, Jay, owned and operated a small business headquartered in Price. Floyd served as a Carbon County Commissioner for 11 years.
He is survived by his sons, Clyde (Dorothy) and Dale; seven grandchildren, 22 great-grandchildren; sisters Pauline (Murray) Shorts, Maxine (James) Rinehart; sisters-in-law Margarite, Nadine, Glenna, and Dorothy. He was preceded in death by his wife, Verda; daughter-in-law Doris,;sisters Lucille Marx, Ada (Fred) Oakden, Eloise (Frank) World; brothers, Jay, Clyde, Kenneth, Blain, Verdell and Earl.
Funeral services will be held 2 p.m. Friday, March 14 at Lindquist's Bountiful Mortuary, 727 North 400 East where friends may call Thursday 6 to 8 p.m. and Friday 1 to 1:45 p.m. prior to services. Interment Centerville City Cemetery.
GREEN RIVER-Charles P. Brady, age 85, returned to his Father in Heaven on Friday morning, March 7, 2008 in Price, with his loving wife Jean by his side.
Chuck was born March 12, 1922 in Queens Village, N.Y., the oldest of two sons, born to Charles and Augusta Brady.
Chuck grew up in New York and graduated from Bayside High School in 1940. After high school Chuck enrolled at Alfred University, in Alfred, N.Y.. It was there that he met the love of his life, Jean Marie Gardner. He enlisted in the U.S. Air Force and during the first leave of absence Chuck and Jean were married in San Antonio, Texas, in 1944. Chuck served his country during World War II, and was discharged honorably in 1946. Chuck graduated from Alfred University in 1948. Following graduation they moved to California, where Chuck took employment as a ceramic engineer. While in California Chuck and Jean joined the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, which has been very important to him throughout his life. Their marriage was later solemnized in the Logan LDS Temple in 1962.
Chuck worked as a ceramic engineer for over 20 years, retiring in 1974 while living in Arvada, Colo. Chuck and Jean then purchased a ceramic shop and operated it together for over 10 years, working side by side everyday. They moved to Green River in June of 2006 to live with their son and his family.
Chuck was an honest, hard working, loving man who always put his wife and family first. He was dedicated to his wife, and loved serving with her in the Denver LDS Temple, as temple workers. He loved the Gospel, being in the outdoors, working in the yard and most of all being with his family.
Chuck is survived by his loving wife, Jean of Green River; children, Robert (Lydia) Brady of Nampa, Idaho, Nancy (Dale) Braithwaite of Huntington Beach, Calif., Patrick (Kathleen) Brady of Green River, Susan (Michael) Moore of Longmont, Colo, Kathryn (Keith) Nannie of Torrance, Calif.; brother, Richard (Bridget) Brady of Oldsmar, Fla.; 27 grandchildren and 28 great-grandchildren Chuck was preceded in death by his parents.
Funeral services will be Saturday, March 15 at 11 a.m. at the Green River LDS Ward Chapel, 95 North Clark St. (100 E.). A viewing will be Saturday, March 15, one hour prior to the services at the church. Interment will be in the Foothills Gardens of Memory in Longmont, Colo. Services are in the care of Fausett Mortuary.
OREM/EAST CARBON-After celebrating his 98th birthday with his family, Lawrence William Stephens laid down to rest and slipped peacefully away March 11, 2008. Born in the shadow of the Grand Tetons, February 20, 1910, to William Nephi Stephens Jr. and Emily Sophia Zollinger at Rexburg, Idaho, Larry spent his youth moving between Rexburg and Victor, Idaho, Butte, Montana, and Salt Lake City working on family ranches and attending school.
An alumni of both the University of Utah and Brigham Young University, when it came to sports rivalries, his allegiances were sorely divided as he deeply appreciated the gift of education from both institutions and sacrificed greatly to earn his degrees. During his college years, he played polo, boxed, and wrestled.
During those difficult years, Larry took to the air. Too old for regular duty in the U.S. Air Force, he joined the Civil Air Patrol where he earned the rank of First Lieutenant. He taught young men and women to become pilots, and ferried military personnel, equipment and planes from coast to coast. He loved to fly.
The sun came out when Larry met his sweetheart of 60 years, Allis Esther Crittenden in 1947. They were married in the Salt Lake LDS Temple on Dec. 18 of that year and have enjoyed life together each day since. They made their first home in Dragerton where they raised their children: Karol, Ruth, Larry Spencer, and Kristine. After 45 years in the tight-knit communities of Carbon County, Larry and Allis relocated to Orem to spare their children the worry of them driving Highway 6 to the Provo Temple each week.
Hard work was Larry's best and life-long friend as he tried his hand at ranching, golf course caddying, race horse jockeying, drumming in a dance band, soda jerking, machining, hard rock mining, flying, auto repair and the service station business, construction, a bakery business, hospital administration, and education. He found his greatest joy in the field of education and spent 35 years as a teacher or principal. Upon retirement, Larry found that he could not give up work, so he volunteered at the College of Eastern Utah's automotive department for several more years, and then finished his life's work as a temple worker for 22 years, serving at both the Provo and the Mt. Timpanogos LDS Temples.
Larry especially loved working with young people. In addition to the years spent teaching in the public school system, he volunteered countless hours with the youth in various capacities as an active member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. His service was quiet and understated as he simply lived the gospel principles of doing good to his fellow man.
As we attempt to sum up a life, so long and well lived, we must include the character traits that defined this fine man. He was loyal and honest, kind and gentle, hardworking and dedicated, witty with a great sense of humor, incredibly well experiencedÃ¯Â¿Â½and enduring almost beyond belief. He was well-loved and will be deeply missed.
Survived by his wife, Allis; children, Karol Walker of Texas, Ruth (Randy) Bunker of Spanish Fork, Larry (Kelle) Stephens of St. George, Kristine (Bryan) Morley of North Salt Lake; grandchildren, great-grandchildren; his brother, Richard Albert (Sally) Stephens; sister-in-law, Lynn Stephens; and many nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his parents; brothers Lee, and Grant; sisters, Verena Decker, and Maurine Rowe Jacobs; son-in-law, F. Reese Walker; grandchildren, Stephen LeGrand Bunker, and Laralyn Walker.
Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m., Saturday, March 15 at the Sharon Park 3rd Ward Chapel, 225 East 200 North, Orem. Friends may call Friday evening, March 14 from 6-8 p.m. at Berg Mortuary, 185 East Center Street, Provo, and one hour prior to the services at the chapel. Condolences may be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org. Interment will be at the Provo City Cemetery. Please honor the memory of Lawrence Wm Stephens with a contribution to the Perpetual Education Fund through the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
HELPER/BELLEVUE, WASH.-Dennis "Denny" Lloyd Greener, of Bellevue, Wash.passed away peacefully on March 5, 2008 with his loving wife by his side at Overlake Hospital due to complications of multiple melanoma. He was born in Helper on Dec. 29, 1940, son of the late Alvin R. Greener and Neatha L. Mower.
Dennis will be remembered as a customer favorite at the QFC in Factoria (Bellevue) for over 20 years. He loved the outdoors, animals and, most of all, spending time with his family.
He is survived by his devoted wife of almost 46 years, Charlotte Greener (Judd); one son Michael (Mischelle) Greener, North Bend, Wash.; two daughters: Terie (Jonathan) Hale, St. Charles, Mo. and Tiffany (Richard) Laws of Duvall, Wash. Seven wonderful grandchildren, Allison, Emily, Max, Myles, Spencer, Kelsey and Miriam with another on the way; sisters, Linda Ryan, Jeannine Gordon and Cindy Davies. In addition to his parents, his brother, Clair Greener preceded him in death.
A memorial service will be held Friday, March 14 at 11 a.m. at The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints located at 16035 NE Northup Way, Bellevue, Wash. Those planning an expression of sympathy are asked to consider The Melanoma Research Foundation, www.melanoma.org. If you are unable to visit with the family in person, you may send your condolences through www.flintofts.com. Arrangements by Flintofts Funeral Home.
HELPER-Anton Joseph Kosmack, age 75, passed away March 11, 2008 at Castleview Hospital.
He was born Feb. 18, 1933 in Grand Junction, Colo. to Anton Paul and Anna Sodja Kosmack.
Married Mary Lee Tamllos, April 11, 1954 in Las Vegas, Nev.; later divorced
Tony enjoyed camping, fishing and hunting with his family and friends.
He is survived by his daughter, Kathy A. Jensen, Helper; son, Tony S. Kosmack, Price; brother, Johnny Kosmack, Helper; and grandson, Derek Scott Majors.
By request of the family no services will be held. Arrangements entrusted to Mitchell Funeral Home.
HUNTINGTON-Lucy Brown, 95, returned to her Heavenly Father March 11, 2008. Born June 5, 1912, in Ignacio, Colo. to Blas Salazar and Selina Mestas.
She married Julian Lucero Nov. 11, 1929; he later died. She married Clifton Brown March 25, 1949 (solemnized in the LDS Manti Temple Jan. 31, 1964) and lived and worked in Huntington for most of her remaining years.
She learned to work hard at an early age and continued to work throughout her long life. She was a hard worker and enjoyed working outside on the farm; always having a large garden and sharing with her friends and neighbors. If you ever came to visit Lucy, you always had to have something to eat, even if you were already stuffed. She loved working with the missionaries, and always took care of them by feeding them at her home or taking them out to eat. She assisted the missionaries by translating for them when they taught the Spanish-speaking people of Huntington. Lucy is known as a quilter by her family and friends, and many people have her handiwork in their homes. We will always be warmed by her efforts.
Lucy is survived by her brother, John (Flora) Salazar, Ignacio, Colo.; daughter Joyce (Kerry) Morton, West Jordan; step daughter, Darlene (DaVoy) Acerson, Riverton; grandchildren, Michael (Rennie) Acerson, Kristine (Brent) Burge, Jennifer (Brian) Christensen, Jason (Chelsy) Morton, and Ken Morton; seven great-grandchildren, Ciera, Wyatt, and Kylee Acerson, Ashlee, Erika and Braden Burge, Caleb Christensen, with two more expected in 2008. Preceded in death by her parents; siblings, Mary St. Clair, Adonais, Joe, Flavio Salazar and Celia Rivera; husband, Cliff.
Funeral services will be held at the Huntington LDS Stake Center, 240 N. Main St.., at 2:00 p.m. on Saturday, March 15. A viewing will be held at the Fausett Mortuary, 720 N. Center Street, in Castle Dale from 6 to 8 p.m. on Friday, March 14 and prior to the service from 12:30 a.m. to 1:45 p.m. at the Huntington Stake Center. Interment will be in the Huntington City Cemetery. Services are in the care of Fausett Mortuary.
CLAWSON - Jake Lee Fuller, age 27, died March 11, 2008 in Ferron. He was born Nov. 10, 1980. He is the son of Mae (Allan) Sorensen and David (Roxanne) Fuller.
He is survived by his parents and his wife, Tara Fuller. Funeral Services will be held Tuesday, March 18 at noon at Fausett Mortuary (720 North Center) in Castle Dale. A viewing will be Monday, March 17, from 5 to 7 p.m. also at Fausett Mortuary in Castle Dale. Interment Castle Dale City Cemetery. Services are in the care of Fausett Mortuary.
ST. GEORGE - Jean Dorny Bell, age 79, died March 11, 2008 in Salt Lake City. She was born on May 18, 1928 to Otto Dorny and Emilie Mendritzki Dorny in Salt Lake City. She is preceded in death by her husband John L. Bell.
Funeral service will be held Saturday, March 15 at 10 a.m. at Fausett Mortuary, 680 East 100 South, in Price. A viewing will be held from 9 to 9:45 a.m. prior to the service at the Mortuary. Interment Price City Cemetery. Services are in the care of Fausett Mortuary.