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Obituaries 2/1/2012

Phyllis Ione Loveland Dalton Smith

Phyllis Ione Loveland Dalton Smith, 91, mother, grandmother, sister, aunt and friend passed away Monday January 23, 2012 at her home in Deweyville, after an extended illness. She was born March 4, 1920 in Brigham City to Dewain D. Loveland & Edna Gibbs.

Ione was raised and educated in Deweyville and attended B.R.H.S. She was a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

She married Ambus I. Dalton in 1938. They were later divorced. Ione lived in Las Vegas, NV for many years. There she met and married the love of her life, Albert V. Smith in Dec. 1959.

She worked many jobs in the hotel business, retiring from the Hotel Riviera. Al & Ione moved to Deweyville in the mid 1980’s and enjoyed the small town country life. They had a great love for fishing and she enjoyed gardening.

She is survived by her son, Hobart D. (Linda) Dalton, California; brother, Dewain (Flo) Loveland, Willard; sister, Janice L. Gardner, Deweyville; two step-daughters, Shirley Petersen and Betty (Harry) Gilbert, both of Mountain Home, ID. She has four grandchildren and nine great grandchildren.

She was preceded in death by her parents; husband Al; sisters Nola Dean Loveland, Loa Knudsen (Ursel); Brother Lyle Loveland; step-sister, Emma Lou Beardslee (Caroll); step-brother Gerald (Bud) Marble (Rose) and many nieces and nephews.

Graveside services will be held Saturday, Jan. 28 at 1 p.m. in the Deweyville Cemetery. In case of inclement weather services will be at Rogers & Taylor Funeral Home. Viewings will be held at the mortuary Friday from 6-8 p.m. and Saturday from 11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. prior to services. You may send online condolences and memories at www.rogersandtaylor.com


Keith H. Anderson

Keith H. Anderson 89, died Wednesday, January 25, 2012 at George Wahlen Veterans Nursing Home in Ogden, Utah after a long battle with Alzheimer’s.  Keith was born April 3, 1922 in Bothwell, Utah.  He was the last survivor of 13 children born to Eli Carl Anderson and Sarah Ellen “Ella” Hunsaker.  He graduated from Bear River High School in 1940 where he excelled in FFA, exhibiting livestock throughout the state.

He served in the U. S. Army during World War II and was in combat in Italy, France & Germany.  He was awarded the Silver Star for successfully completing a dangerous reconnaissance mission, swimming the Moder River in Germany into enemy territory where he got vital information for the advancement of the troops.  He received two Purple Hearts for wounds inflicted in France and Italy.

He married Cloe Truman on the 30 January 1946 in the Logan Temple.  They began their married life on the Utah-Idaho border near Strevell, Idaho breaking up sagebrush to raise dry land wheat. There they began their family in addition to raising cattle and turkeys.  They moved to Bothwell in 1954 and continued raising children, farming, livestock and turkeys.  He worked for the Federal Land Bank Association where he was the manager.  He loved working with the farmers and visiting with them.

He loved agriculture and was a 4-H leader for over 40 years.  He enjoyed hunting, fishing, sports, the phone and traveling with his wife.

He was very active in the LDS church serving as a Branch President and Bishop.   He and Cloe served a mission to the Florida Jacksonville Mission.  They also were temple officiators for 14 years in the Logan Temple.

He is survived by his loving, supportive wife, Cloe; Kent (Kathy); Hal (Brooke); Dale; Ted (Ida); Julia Christenson; Helen Whiting (Roy); Don (Kim); and Marchelle Nielson (Justin).  29 Grandchildren, 46 Great Grandchildren and 5 Great Great Grandchildren.

He was preceded in death by his parents and all of his siblings:  Vesta, Maurine, Maurice, Reed, Ray, Carlyle, Dorothy, Max, Dean, Verl, Eloise & Gerald.

Viewings will be held 6-8 p.m., Sunday 29 January 2012, and 30 January 2012, 9:00 to 10:30 a.m. Funeral Services will begin 11:00 a.m. All services will be held at the Fielding Stake Center 4375 W. 15600 N. Fielding, Utah. Interment will be at the Valley View Cemetery (Bothwell, Utah).The family is very grateful for the kindness and services rendered by the Wahlen Veterans Nursing Home staff and care givers.



Lynn Grover Riser


Our beloved father, brother and son, Lynn Grover Riser, age 67, passed away January 23, 2012 at his home in Tremonton, Utah of natural causes.

Born November 5th, 1944 in Tremonton, Utah to Martin and Hazel Grover Riser, Lynn was the youngest of 3 sons. He grew up in East Garland, Utah and graduated from Bear River High School.

His adventurous spirit led him to the wild frontiers of Wyoming and Alaska where he honed his hunting skills and fed his passion for shooting and collecting guns.

An accomplished welder and pipefitter, Lynn worked on projects from the St. Louis Arch to the Alaskan Pipeline and produced many creative masterpieces in between, including the Bridger Power Plant boiler and many miles of pipe in Wyoming, numerous welding trucks, pulling trucks and hot rods. He was a member of the Plumbers and Pipefitters Union for 41 years. Lynn built a successful business, Riser’s Welding, designed his home, designed and built several workshops and a log cabin. He loved to build things and had an admirable and strong work ethic.

Lynn had the rare courage to live his life fully and on his terms. He loved and supported his family and was loved by them in return. He will be sorely missed.

Survived by his mother, Hazel Riser; brother, Brent Riser (DeeLou); children, Wade Lynn Riser (Eva); Teri Hunter, Clint Riser, and Bobbie Jean Harris (Chris); and 12 grandchildren. Preceded in death by his father, Martin Riser and brother, Dennis Riser.

An intimate viewing will be held from 9:30 am-10:45 am, Saturday, January 28th, 2012 at the Rudd Funeral Home, 1234 South Main, Garland, Utah. Funeral Services will follow at the same location at 11:00 am. Interment will be at the East Garland Cemetery. Online condolences can be left at ruddfuneralhome.com


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