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Caroline Feichko

PRICE/BOUNTIFUL - Caroline Ethehia Fasselin Feichko was born Aug. 4, 1945 and passed away Dec. 4 2004.

Dear family and friends, my address changed on Dec. 4, 2004. I now will be watching you grow and thrive from on high. I'm sorry my address had to be changed at this time because I still had so much love to share with each of you. I fought a valiant fight with cancer and it won.

I was born on Aug. 4, 1945 of goodly parents, Zina LaReata Winder and George Fasselin Sr. He died when I was two.

I was then blessed with my daddy Clifford Earl Tabor and mother to guide me with my growth. My daddy Cliff died in 1985.

I grew up with great siblings: George (Gloria) Fasselin, Elsie LaReata (Kerry) Ware, Bonnie Jean (Kevin) Axelgard, and Chad Earl (Debbie) Tabor.

I was blessed with a family who loved me and honored my role as a daughter, sister, wife, mother and grammie. I never lacked for anything.

I was baptized a member of the LDS church and never forgot to strive to live and be like Jesus and felt the importance of my membership in His church.

I married my high school sweetheart, Jimmy Blair Feichko, May 15, 1965, later solemnized in the Salt Lake City LDS Temple May 15, 1975.

I knew my sweetheart adored me more and more as we spent our years together raising our wonderful family. Our children: Angel Angelina Donella Feichko (Gian) Glesch, Regina Lorraine (Clifford) Hokanson, Jasemaurice (Annette) Feichko, JadeEgan (Maria) Feichko, Jarum Jadlin Fasselin (Staci) Feichko. My treasured grandchildren: Jascka, Ashkeya, MaiaDai, Sasha, Ariana and Matthew.

I held several church callings and served the community on many levels. I was blessed to serve as relief society 2nd counselor, historian, chorister, homemaking leader, teacher, primary chorister, young married leader, young adult activities chairperson and scouting to name a few. I worked at the church office building in the genealogical department, Continental Bank, cosmetology, Beeline Clothing, Sarah Coventry, Grand Central, Tupperware, Avon and the IRS.

I will be laid to rest in the Bountiful City Cemetery where I plan to rest with the best.

May God's peace be with you always until we meet again. I love you all!

Our mother was a true Latter-day Saint, an angel who dedicated her life to the service of others. She gave true charity, kindness and friendship to all. Our mother always felt that a stranger was only someone she hadn't yet met.

Our mother will be missed by the many who loved her.

Funeral services were Dec. 9 at the Bountiful 36th LDS Ward Chapel.

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Butch O'Hearon

WELLINGTON - Our loving son, brother, uncle and wonderful friend to many, Grady Eugene O'Hearon, age 59, passed away Dec. 11, 2004 in Wellington.

Born July 2, 1945 in Price to Grady Lee and Elnora Louise Brown O'Hearon.

Butch was a longtime resident of Carbon County and member of the Price First Baptist Church.

He loved fishing, playing cards, country music, watching movies and the stock car races. He also enjoyed latch hooking, painting and sharing time with his family and friends.

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

Survived by mother, Louise O'Hearon, Price; sister, Tanya L. Skinner and Rudy Santistevan, Helper; Rick L. O'Hearon, Ted (Jana) O'Hearon, sister-in-law, RoseMary O'Hearon, all of Price; dear friend, Greg; special caregivers, Ed and Jerry Chavez, and their choice staff, Judy, Linda, Arnie, Sam and Jessica, all of Wellington; Richard (Diane) Wymer and their staff in Roosevelt. He is also survived by many loving nieces, nephews, wonderful friends and staff at the Castle Valley Center in Price.

Funeral service was Wednesday, Dec. 15, at the Price First Baptist Church. Interment followed the service at the Price City Cemetery under the direction of Mitchell Funeral Home.

In lieu of flowers, the family suggests contributions in Butch's memory to Price Key Bank.

Jayne Hicks

PRICE/EAST CARBON - Jayne Ann Wilson Hicks, age 80, died Dec. 14, 2004 in Price.

She was born Aug. 19, 1924 in Rock Springs, Wyo., to Robert T. and Janet S. Nesbit Wilson. On July 3, 1945 , she married Warren S. Hicks. He died May 9, 1992.

She graduated from Reliance High School in Wyoming and Henegars Business College in Denver, Colo.

Survived by son, Frank W. (Kathy) Hicks, Lawrence, Kans.; sister, Mary Alice Collins, East Carbon; niece, Darlene Kuhns, East Carbon; brother-in-law, Mark Hicks, California; nephew, Nolan Bailey, Las Vegas, Nev.

Memorial graveside service Friday, Dec. 17, 2 p.m., at Price City Cemetery, presiding Rev. Courtney Shucker of Ascension St. Matthew's Church, under the direction of Mitchell Funeral Home.

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