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Nan Nell Dalton Robison Morrill passed away on Thursday, December 16, 2021 after battling complications due to an autoimmune disease.
Nan was born November 12, 1946 in Richfield, Utah to Morgan Leon and Ethel Norton Dalton, younger sister to Dolores Ann Dalton Morgan. She attended schools in Circleville and Junction, graduating from Piute High School. She attended college in Cedar City and graduated from Sevier Valley Tech in Cosmetology.
Nan married Kent Robison on November 29, 1968 in Circleville, Utah (later sealed in the Provo Temple in 1995). They started their lives together in Richfield, Utah. In 1972 they decided to brave the big city and move to Provo. That’s where they took the leap and opened an Arctic Circle in Orem. Our family is still convinced they have the best burgers and fry sauce in town.
When Kent and Nan bought their home in Orem, her skills were put to the test in the basement beauty shop where she kept her friends and neighbors in style. Kent was always her most loyal client. Nan loved her time gift wrapping at ZCMI, making many lifelong friends. If you ever received a gift from her, you could expect it to be meticulously wrapped with the edges creased, each ribbon curl perfectly spiraled, and possibly a ZCMI sticker in the corner.
Nan enjoyed many outdoor activities including camping at Fish Lake, Monroe Mountain, and Skyline Mountain Resort. She loved working in her yard. Her garden was always immaculate with never a weed to be found. You wouldn’t be surprised to find her pulling the weeds out of her neighbors’ yards as well.
Nan and Kent enjoyed their time in the cul-de-sac in Orem, raising their kids and making friends that would become like family. You were always blessed with a home cooked meal at the Robisons. In 2003 Nan and Kent built their dream home in Highland Utah, but sadly Kent passed away in 2004. Nan took up crocheting, quilting, and mass producing pillowcases for the grandkids and neighbors. Nan later reconnected with a highschool friend Max Morrill, and they were married in September of 2013. They have spent the last decade traveling, camping, and keeping each other company.
Nan’s greatest joy in life was her kids and grandkids. She loved attending every sporting event, recital, performance, or tournament. You name it, she was there. Nan is survived by her 4 children, Kelli Ann Herlevi (Rick), Brandi K Hawkins (Jason), Landon Kent (Melinda), and Bryan Dalton (Sarah Bennett). Also survived by her husband, Max and her sister, Dolores Morgan.
Nan has 12 adorable grandchildren, Summer Herlevi (Jackson Hoopes), Sierra Herlevi, Cole Herlevi, Hunter Beck (Marcus), Halle Hawkins, Robert Hawkins, Fisher Robison, Lance Robison, Gage Robison, Brody Robison, Gavin Bennett, and Maya Bennett.
She is also survived by her dogs, Milo and Chewy.
Nan was the life of the party, always trying to make people smile. You may have been surprised by her choice of words, but that was just Grandma Nan. We will miss you and we love you!!!
A funeral will be held at 11 am on Wednesday, December 22, 2021 at the LDS Highland 37th Ward Chapel located at 9600 N. 6800 W. Highland, Utah. A viewing will precede the service from 9:45 to 10:45 am. A visitation will be held from 6 to 8 pm on Tuesday, December 21 at Anderson & Sons Mortuary located at 6141 West 11000 North in Highland, Utah. Interment in the Orem City Cemetery. Please share a memory on Nan’s Tribute Wall at www.andersonmortuary.com
To view the Service virtually, please click on the link provided https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9-5wcuA0O9c
Tuesday, December 21, 2021
6:00 - 8:00pm (Mountain time)
Anderson and Sons Mortuary Lone Peak Chapel
Wednesday, December 22, 2021
9:45 - 10:45am (Mountain time)
Wednesday, December 22, 2021
Starts at 11:00am (Mountain time)
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