With heavy hearts we mourn the passing of a gentle giant. Jeffery Darrell Winn, 54, of South Jordan, passed away Friday, January 29, 2016. He was born Nov, 18, 1961, in Ogden, Utah to Darrell Stone Winn and Bette Fonnesbeck Winn. Jeff was raised in Sunset and Roy and he attended Roy High School. He was a member of the L.D.S. Church. He married Robin Robinette. They were later divorced. He married Glenna Mercado and they were later divorced. In 2001, Jeff married the love of his life, Shirley Ann Bowman and he was devoted to his home and family.
Jeff was blessed with two children, Shawn Jeffery Winn and Brittany Rae Winn. Jeff was also dad to three step children, Isaac (Summer) Mercado, Jeff (Holly) Walgren, Tara Walgren. His love was unconditional for all his children. Jeff’s dogs, Sassy, Cooper and Kallie were part of his family too.
Jeff enjoyed hunting, fishing, camping, trap shooting, snowmobiling, 4 wheeling, motorcycle riding and nearly any outdoor adventure. What he loved most was sharing all these activities with his family and friends. He enjoyed travel and especially to the Oregon Coast where he could visit his mother. He had dreams of moving to Alaska and living in the wild. Jeff was a loyal employee of Weir Pump systems for nearly 20 years. Jeff will be remembered for his tender heart, his service to others, and his love for his family.
He is survived by his wife, his children, his mother, Bette Baker, his step-mother, Betty Winn, his sisters, Leigh Ann (Wayne) Turner, Tammy (Javier) Zamora, Roxy (Tim) Malloy, beloved grandchildren, nieces, nephews and extended family members. He was preceded in death by his father, his step-father, Chick Baker, and his brother Darrell Jess.
Jeff’s legacy will be the service he gave to others and his generous spirit will never be forgotten.
Funeral services will be held on Thursday, February 4, 2016 at 11:00 a.m. in the American Fork 5th Ward Chapel, 380 South 300 East. A viewing will be held Wednesday, February 3rd from 6:00 – 8:00 p.m. at Anderson and Son’s Mortuary, 49 East 100 North, American Fork and Thursday from 9:45 a.m. – 10:45 a.m. at the church prior to the service. Burial will be in the American Fork Cemetery.
Janis Pearl Olson Greenwood, 69, passed away January 27, 2016 in Harriman, Utah. She was born October 28, 1946 in Santa Monica, California to Calvin and Aline Leatham Olson. She married J. L. Greenwood May 27, 1967 in the LDS Temple in Los Angeles.
Janis enjoyed life and loved hosting parties. She was active in the LDS church and passionate about guiding young women at Girls Camp. Her public service history included the president of the Alliance of SACDS, president of the ACDA, and a member of the Board of Directors for the AADA. Her public efforts were recognized by the receipt of the national Thelma J. Neff Service Award, as well as being the 1st of the BK Spencer Leadership Award in California.
She is survived by her husband, children: Jennifer (James) Dalldorf, Jodi Greenwood, Jason T (Amber) Greenwood, Jessica Hernandez, grandchildren: Joanna, Julia, Calvin, Forrest, Liam and Abby, sisters: Signe, Ellina, L’or L, Mary Margreth, and brother Leon.
Janis was preceded in death by her parents and daughter Joanna.
Funeral services will be held Wednesday at 2:00 p.m. at Anderson & Sons Mortuary, 49 East 100 North, American Fork. Interment will be at the American Fork Cemetery following the services. A memorial service will be held February 20, 2016 at 11:00 a.m in the Freemont, California LDS
Decoto Chapel, 3551 Decoto Road.
In lieu of flowers please donate to alz.com/Northern California or Utah Chapters. You can do this by clicking on the search by state. clicking on the specific chapter and then donating.
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Bessie Clark Rasmussen our beloved mother, grandmother, great-grandmother, sister and friend, was a refreshing mainstay of hope, joy and happiness to all she attracted to her circle of love. Born to goodly parents, Warren Vance and Bertha Strong Clark on August 16, 1926, in Alpine Utah. She became a life changing influence to everyone she met.
She started her formal education at Alpine Elementary and completed it by graduating from American Fork High School. Bessie met and married her sweetheart, George Wayne Rasmussen, in the Salt Lake Temple on May 25, 1944. After George's military service in WWII, they settled and made their home in Alpine, Utah. Together, they raised four sons and two daughters. George passed away on June 11, 2006.
Bessie filled an LDS life, serving in many capacities. Particularly loved and appreciated by all, were her many years of service in music, where she served, sang, directed and trained others to enjoy how the harmonies in music reflected the harmonies of life. She was dedicated to her callings, but she was most dedicated to her family. She was a great cook and will be fondly remembered for her homemade bread and bottled peaches that greeted her children from school. She made home a refuge from life's storms and a welcoming place of shelter to all. She loved serving her family and spending time with them on family vacations where she could enjoy the outdoors, nature, ball games, hiking and anything related to outdoor family activities. She had a special love for music and art.
She was a friend, nurturer, master story teller, had a sense of humor and the wisdom to not take life too seriously. She was born of good pioneer stock and left that legacy of industry and faith to her posterity.
She is survived by 4 sons and 2 daughters, Steven (Nancy), Stanley (Sherril), Dean (Colleen), Ken (Joye Gaye), Julie Kleinman, Karen Mounga, 32 grandchildren, 61 great-grandchildren and a sister, Beverly Rhodes. She was preceded in death by her husband, a brother Dan Clark, son in law Lynn Kleinman, one grandson, one great-granddaughter, and one great-grandson.
Funeral services will be held Monday, February 1, 2016 at 11:00 AM in the Mountainville 2nd Ward, 165 North 100 East, Alpine, Utah. A viewing will be held Sunday from 6-8:00 PM in the Anderson & Sons Lone Peak Chapel, 6141 West 11000 North, Highland, Utah and Monday at the church from 9:45 – 10:45 AM prior to the service. Burial will be in the Alpine Cemetery. Please share a memory below.
Nathan P. Colgrove, age 47, of Saint Michael, Minnesota, passed away on Jan. 20, 2016, after a courageous three-year battle with small cell pancreatic cancer. He died at home surrounded by family.
Nathan was born in Prescott, Arizona. He married Lorilee Jones in 1991 in Salt Lake City, UT. He was the fourth of five children of Max and Maurine Colgrove. His family was his greatest joy.
He served in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints throughout his life, including a two-year mission in Australia. He was an Eagle Scout and involved in scouting as an adult.
Family and friends will remember his gift for word play, sense of humor and humility. He was a peacemaker and problem solver.
Nathan graduated with a Bachelor of Science and Master of Public Administration degrees from Brigham Young University. His career was spent working in the Information Technology sector, most recently as a manager with UnitedHealth Group.
Nathan is survived by his wife of 24 years, Lori, and his five children: Dallin, Jason, Brian, Joshua, Jemma; his parents Max and Maurine Colgrove; his siblings: Troy (Tammy), Thad (Lynn), Calli Tidwell (Lonnie), and Darci Hermanson (Erik).
A viewing will be on Jan. 29 from 7-8:30 pm. The funeral will be Saturday, Jan. 30 at 10:00 am. All services will be at the LDS chapel at 9474 Naber Ave NE, Otsego. Please share a memory with us.
A graveside service will be held Tuesday, February 2, 2016 12:00 noon at Alpine City Cemetery, Utah.
Suzanne MAREE Udall, 57, passed away January 22, 2016 in American Fork, Utah. Born March 14, 1958 in Provo, Utah to Elias Earl and Naomi Tew Udall.
Suzie was a special soul with a great zest for life. Her contagious smile won her many friends. She had a great enthusiasm for life with unusual energy. She was the only sister with five brothers and she brought much joy to her family. She loved to sing and dance and play the piano. She loved her pink bicycle. She was so easily engaged with people because of her kind and magnetic personality. She always radiated with her friendly smile. Everywhere she went she made friends. She loved her pink bedroom. She loved McDonald’s French fries and lettuce salad with Italian dressing.
Suzie is survived by her mother, Naomi Tew Udall, brothers: King Smith (Cathy) Udall, David Edward (Laurel Benson) Udall, Steven Earl (Lesa) Udall, Bruce Jeffrey (Karen) Udall, Danial Scott Udall, many cousins and friends especially Lynn Sandstrom.
Funeral services will be Wednesday 10 a.m. in the Utah State Developmental LDS Chapel, 708 North 900 East, American Fork. A visitation will be held from 8:45-9:45 a.m. prior to the services. Burial in East lawn cemetery under the direction of Anderson & Sons Mortuary. Please share a memory below.
We'd love to thank everyone who cared for our dear Suzie at the Utah State Developmental Center, and a special thanks for all of the doctors, nurses and staff who so lovingly cared for Suzy over the many years
Kathryn Stoddard Johnson born on February 27, 1940 to William Lowell and Alene Olson Stoddard. She was called home on Tuesday, January 19, 2016 at the age of 75.
Although Alzheimer's took her from us all too soon, we will forever remember her wit, her love and concern for those around her, and her desire to help guide those in crisis to a better life. She played many roles successfully, and served those who would let her. In her role as therapist, she was able to help so many. In her role as Mother and Wife, she never gave up, and was a great comfort to her children and husband, always ready to hug, offer loving advice, or even just to listen when needed. Even though she has left us for now, her influence will be felt for generations to come.
She is survived by husband, David Vell Johnson, and children Stephen Stoddard Ward, David
Stoddard Ward, Daniel Stoddard Ward, Laura Lee Ward Campbell, Cynthia Ward Black, Michelle Lynette Samples, Karen Ann Johnson, and Gordon David Johnson.
Funeral services will be Saturday, January 30, 2016 at 9:00 a.m. in the Spring Creek 3rd Ward, 651 East 1630 South, Lehi. A viewing will be held Friday from 6-8 p.m. at Anderson & Sons Mortuary, 49 East 100 North, American Fork and Saturday at the Spring Creek 3rd Ward from 8:00-8:45 a.m. Burial will be in Veterans Memorial Park in Bluffdale, Utah.
“On Silent Wings” by Lauri Campbell
I don’t want to think
I don’t want to feel
When I close my eyes
It doesn’t seem real.
She can’t be gone
I need her still
Some will tell me
“It’s just God’s will.”
My mother was taken away
And I can’t believe it’s true
It was a long time in coming
Now what am I supposed to do?
She wasn’t young, it must be said
Nor was she as old as she could have been…
On silent wings she was taken
On silent wings she flew away...
Lynne Graham Haskins, our beloved mother, grandma, great-grandma, sister and friend, passed away peacefully on January 20, 2016, and returned to loved ones who had gone before; namely, her mother Reba-Mary “Mickie” McLean Graham, her father Arthur “Roy” Graham, and her loving sister and best friend, Sheina Ballantyne Graham.
Lynne is survived by her brother Kevin Graham (Claire) of Gilbert, AZ, her children: Vanessa Catlett; Stephanie James (Ryan); Graham Haskins (Angie), 12 grandchildren, and one great-grandchild.
Born on March 17, 1947 in London England, and raised throughout Scotland and England, Lynne was a bright student and a protective older sister. Eventually being accepted to study at Oxford, Lynne would instead accept a position as a nanny in California and travel half-a-world away as a pioneer in her faith, as well as making it possible for her mother, sister and brother to establish themselves in the United States. Lynne sacrificed and earned enough to bring her family to Centerville, Utah where they would live until she attended Brigham Young University.
Always a quick learner, and a quicker wit, Lynne raised a family that appreciated education, learning and cherished their faith in Heavenly Father and his Son Jesus Christ. True to her faith, Lynne served as a loving matriarch, a constant source of love, a well of wisdom, and an example of forgiveness and strength. We each loved her dearly and continue to do so. We know we may be reunited because of our Savior’s atonement and our Heavenly Father’s plan. We do not doubt our mother knew it. Sweet are the uses of adversity. We love you Mother.
A memorial service will be held at the Harvest Hills 6th Ward Chapel, located at 2181 North Harvest Moon Drive (215 West), Saratoga Springs, Utah, on Saturday January 23, 2016 at 11 a.m., where after grave side services will take place at Pleasant Grove City Cemetery along the easterly side of the northern section. Please share a memory with us.
Joseph Bacca, 52, passed away January 15, 2016 in American Fork, Utah. Funeral services will be held Tuesday, January 19, 2016 at 11:00 a.m in the Anderson & Sons Mortuary Chapel, 49 East 100 North, American Fork. A viewing will be held from 9:45-10:45 a.m. A private family burial will be in American Fork Cemetery. Please share a memory below.
Todd Ronald Madsen, 52, passed away on January 14, 2016 in American Fork. Todd was born October 6, 1963 in Denver, Colorado to Ronald Wayne Madsen and Betty Joyce McMurtrey. He married Jeri Nay on September 29, 1995 in Provo, Utah.
Todd loved his three sons and always wanted what was best for them now and in their future. He loved to watch his favorite teams, the Dallas Cowboys and New York Yankees with them. He will be greatly missed by all.
Todd is survived by his wife, children, Steve (Lindsey Metros) Madsen, Derek Madsen, Spencer Madsen, Father Carl Carrington, Siblings, Chris (Lianna) Madsen, Paige Carrington, Shane (Brendy) Carrington, Nochole (Ken) Ringer, Father/mother-in-law Jerald and Sharon Nay, Sister/brother-in-law Sandi (Ryan) Jensen. Preceded in Death by his mother Betty Carrington.
Funeral will be held Monday, January 18, 2016 at 11:00 a.m. at American Fork 10th Ward, 700 North 507 West. A viewing will be held from 9:45-10:45 a.m. prior to service at the church. Please share a memory below.
Kylie Shay Tall passed away on Thursday, January 7th, 2016, with family and friends holding her hands. She was 21 years old. Kylie felt emotional pain that ultimately resulted in her passing.
Kylie had many nicknames (Baby Ky, Goober, Smiley Kylie, Ky Ky, Keek, Ky Bear). Most knew her best for her snuggles, bright smile, and her accepting personality. It is impossible to adequately describe Kylie’s sensitivity and warmth. Her youngest brother says it best: “she was kind to everyone…she loved to be around everyone. She made me feel really, really good and I really liked being around her.”
As we gather as family and friends to celebrate Kylie’s life, we think of Ky Ky who loved being active and setting goals. We talk about Smiley Kylie’s contagious smile and vibrant laugh. We remember the way Ky observed others and meticulously took in the world around her. Ky Bear loved without limits. Baby Ky was always there to receive you. Keek was the last person to let go when she held your hand.
Mostly, we wish Kylie were still with us. Kylie loved the expression learn from yesterday, hope for tomorrow. Her family and friends will forever remember this message as we mourn the loss of sweet Kylie. We believe she is safe and at peace.
Kylie is survived by her parents Clayton Tall and Shauna (Steve) Rich, her sister Sydney (Tyler) Hurd, her brother Mitch Tall (McCall), her brothers Tiger, David, James, her grandparents, and so many close relatives and friends that are not mentioned here.
A viewing for family and close friends will be held on Wednesday, January 13th, at the LDS Chapel on 6050 Chapel Drive, Highland UT, 84003. A celebration of Kylie’s life will follow at the same church at 11 a.m. She will be laid to rest at Highland City Cemetery. In lieu of flowers or gifts please donate to https://www.gofundme.com/kylieshaytall. Thank you for your love and support.
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American Fork, UT 84003
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