Nicholas Warren Goering
October 14, 1987-July 14, 2016
Nicholas Warren Goering our beloved son and brother passed away, and has returned home to our Heavenly Father. Nicholas was born in Griffin, Georgia to Steven D. Goering and Christine Kay Archer Goering. He was the most spiritual, generous, kind, and forgiving person you would ever know. He cherished his friends. He attended Lone Peak High and East Shore High schools. He received a certificate for being in the top 5 in the nation for Math and Science. Nicholas enlisted in the Air National Guard and attended Air Force boot Camp where he was awarded “honor grad.”
We were so proud of him. Nicholas continued his education through the Air Force and became a Certified Air Traffic Controller as his occupation. Nicholas was awarded the Eagle Scout which the Air force recognized with an Extra Stripe.
Nicholas loved and was very talented in many sports, his favorite was baseball. He was a pitcher and could throw 90MPH. He loved soccer, basketball, skiing and camping. His favorite passion was hiking especially in the mountains, he said he felt more connected to God there. Nick was a gifted artist as well and enjoyed drawing. Nick was granted the priesthood in the LDS church.
He is survived by his parents, Steven and Christine Goering, his brother Zachery S. Goering, and his sister Alyssa D. Goering (James) Conder, and his close friend Nicole Wilde.
Funeral Services will be Tuesday, July 26, 2016 at 11 a.m. in the Highland 9th Ward, 11162 N Alpine Hwy. Family and friends are welcomed to say their condolences at the viewing held Monday from 6-8 p.m. at Anderson & Sons Mortuary, 6141 West 11000 North, Highland and Tuesday at the church from 9:30-10:45 a.m. Followed by grave site services located at the Highland Cemetery.
Nicholas, you will be truly missed, and will always be in our hearts. We love you.
Gary Clark Chadwick, 78, passed away July 17, 2016 in American Fork, Utah. Born February 24, 1938 in American Fork, Utah to Glen and Clara Mirriam Butt Chadwick. He married Julia King on June 29, 1962 in Kaysville, Utah. Their marriage was later solemnized in the Salt Lake Temple.
He drove truck since he 9 years old delivering coal for his dad and for 28 years for Associated Foods. Dad would talk to everyone! He will be known for his love to work.
Clark is survived by his sons Jay Chadwick and Alan Chadwick, and daughter Mirriam (Matt) Draper, and 3 grandchildren. Preceded in death by his wife of 50 years, parents, 4 sisters, and 4 brothers.
Funeral services will be held Friday, July 22, 2016 at 11:00 a.m. in the American Fork 7th Ward, 500 North 700 West. A viewing will be held Thursday from 6-8 p.m. at Anderson & Sons Mortuary, 49 East 100 North, American Fork and Friday at the church from 9:45-10:45 a.m. prior to the services. Please share a memory below.
On Friday July 8th, 2016 Donnalee Alene Heiden returned to the loving arms of her Lord and Savior to be made whole again.
Donnalee is survived by her children Art (Phyllis), Chris (Pete), Ed (Sharon), Donna (Tim) and Deanna (Jim); her sister Idane as well as 11 grandchildren, 17 great-grandchildren and 3 great-great-grandchildren.
Born on April 30th 1928, Donnalee was one of 5 children of Archie Noble & Frances Margaret (Sloan) Cross. She grew up in the small town of Montrose Colorado, which she was proud to call her home. Donnalee dedicated her life to caring for and nourishing the people around her with love, faith and music. She left school in the 8th grade in order to stay home and help care for her father. Following in her mother's footsteps, she developed a passion for cooking, baking and sewing that would stay with her the rest of her life.
She married her soulmate and the love of her life Ed Netherton on December 28, 1951. Together they raised their children in a loving home where they instilled in them a strong work ethic. Donnalee had experience in a variety of professions. Her favorite career was that of bus driver for the Norwood School and she particularly enjoyed driving the students on field trips and class trips where she garnered the nickname "Bluestreak". Ed and Donnalee were a dynamic entrepreneurial team that transitioned through many family owned businesses including the Nucla Mercantile, restaurants, a saw mill and a company that manufactured powder and explosives. Through their parent's example their children learned a strength and dedication to family that would see them through a string of personal tragedies.
After Ed's passing on July 6th 1985, Donnalee moved to Utah and began the second chapter of her life with the family of her youngest child Deanna. During her free time she could be found playing the organ, sewing, cleaning or baking and she always had one or both of her granddaughters by her side, passing those passions onto the next generation. She was an active member of the Assembly of God church where she played the organ, participated in plays and even taught students in their private school program. She was lucky to find companionship again when she married James Heiden on December 21st, 1996 with whom she shared 8 wonderful years.
Donnalee always had a positive outlook on life that rubbed off on the people she encountered on a daily basis. Everyone from the waitresses at her favorite restaurant to the man who sliced her ham at the deli considered her to be a close friend. During the final months of her life Donnalee took up residence at The Charleston senior living community in Cedar Hills, UT. The staff and residents there were so quickly endeared to her that after only two weeks they had created the honorary title of "Welcome Committee" and given her a specially made name badge so that she could be the first to greet new residents. This was a final testament to the dynamic personality and endearing legacy of joy, compassion and love that will live on in all of those whose lives she touched.
Graveside service at Valley Lawn Uncompahgre Memorial Gardens in Montrose, Colorado on Wednesday July 13th at 1:00pm.
Reldon Dale Schlappy, 83, died peacefully Monday, July 4, 2016 at his home in American Fork surrounded by his family. He was born February 19, 1933 in Lehi, Utah, the son of Henry Arnold and Dula La Ree Anderson Schlappy. In 1936 his family moved to Missoula, Montana where he grew up. He loved fishing, hunting, woodcutting, anything to do with trains, and family vacations.
He met Joan Haller in Washington, D.C. while he was in the service. They were married October 19, 1955 in the St. George LDS Temple and made their home in Missoula. Reldon attended the University of Montana, graduating in 1957 with a Bachelor’s of Science in Business Administration. He worked for the Burlington Northern Railroad as Superintendent, moving to different states as his career progressed. He retired in St. Maries, Idaho as General Manager of the St. Maries River Railroad.
He and Joan served as Temple workers in the Seattle LDS Temple and in Spokane, Washington as Welfare Service and Family History Missionaries. He was also a Bishop and served as a High Counselor.
Joan died in February 2003 and Reldon moved to American Fork. There he met Sherrie Ferguson through a mutual friend. They were married August 14, 2009 in American Fork and have had many happy years together.
He is survived by his wife, Sherrie, and children: Karen Moore, Post Falls, Idaho; Wayne Schlappy, Couer d’ Alene, Idaho; Linda Schlappy, Salt Lake City, Utah; Diane Caldwell, Hayden, Idaho; Debbie Orme, American Fork, Utah; David Schlappy of Lititz, Pennsylvania; Susan Morgan of Vineyard, Utah; Scott Ferguson, Cedar Hills, Utah; Debbie Ferguson Hawks, American Fork and Jim Ferguson of Hauser, Idaho and their spouses. He is also survived by his many grandchildren and great grandchildren and a brother, Keith Schlappy of Missoula, Montana. He was preceded in death by his wife, Joan; son, Larry Schlappy; grandson, Jason Moore; a son-in-law, Scott Moore and a sister Lela Beagley.
Services will be Saturday, July 9, 2016 at 1:00 p.m. in the Hillcrest LDS Stake Center, 165 North 350 West, American Fork with a viewing from 6-8 p.m. on July 8th at Anderson & Sons Mortuary, 49 East 100 North, American Fork. There will also be services in St. Maries, Idaho at the LDS Chapel, Tuesday, July 12th at 11 a.m. with a viewing at 10 a.m., under the direction of Hodges Funeral Home. Interment will be in the Woodlawn Cemetery in St. Maries, Idaho.
Walter D Bowen
Walter D. Bowen, 85, passed away July 1, 2016 surrounded by his loving family. Born in Malad, Idaho June 28, 1931, to Leo and Olive Bowen. Influential teacher and professor at BYU.
He is survived by his wife, Connie and nine children: Christine, Dean (Velda), Kaylynn (Norman), Dennis, Sherry (Mark), Boyd, Rebecca (Paul), Brian (Jill), Camille (Mike) and Walt and Connie’s legacy of 37 grandchildren and 52 great grandkids.
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We thank American Fork Hospital staff and nurses for their tender care.
Ruth Pace Greening Hall, 87, passed away June 29, 2016 in American Fork, Utah. Born October 26, 1928 in Cedar City, Utah to John Ivins and Lillian Hoyt Fackrell Pace. She married Darryl Warren Greening on October 6, 1944 in American Fork, Utah. He passed away on October 17, 1994. Later she married Harlan E. Hall on March 8, 1996 in the Jordan River LDS Temple. He passed away on June 28, 2011.
Ruth was a gifted artist and poet. She loved to crochet. Her home and the homes of her family are filled with her artwork and handmade treasures. She was an active member of the LDS church. Her favorite callings were the ones when she was able to "work with the boys." She spent 21 years in various scouting jobs and earned the 2nd Miler award. She served a mission at the Ogden Temple Visitors Center with her first husband. And later served another in the Baton Rouge LA mission with her second husband. The Hallmarks of her life were service and and charity. Her greatest love was her family. She had an incredible gift for making everyone she met feel loved and special.
Ruth is survived by her children: Paula (Bob) Durrant, Jerry (LaRae) Greening, Janet (Wes) Duvall, Jody Taufer, and RuthAnn Greening, 22 grandchildren, and 52 great-grandchildren. She is preceded in death by both husbands a daughter, Glenna Rae a son Daryl Greening, her parents, and 8 siblings.
A funeral service will be held Wednesday, July 6, 2016 at 11:00 a.m. in the American Fork 27th Ward Building, 165 North 350 West, American Fork, Utah. A viewing will be held Tuesday from 6-8 p.m. at Anderson & Sons Mortuary, 49 East 100 North, American Fork and on Wednesday at the church from 9:45 to 10:45 prior to the service. She will be buried in the American Fork Cemetery. Please share a memory below.
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