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Obituaries 5-9-2012

Monday, May 7, 2012
By theleader

Charles Edward Nobles

Charles Edward Nobles passed away May 5, 2012, with his loved ones by his side, after a short battle with cancer.
He was born Oct. 28, 1942, to Samuel and Winnie Nobles in Tulsa, Okla. He was lucky to come into this world as the younger brother to Darla. He spent his youth in Tulsa, Okla., and moved to Delano, Calif., at the age of 15, where he graduated from Delano High School.
He joined the Air Force after high school and served as a mechanic. He met great lifelong friends whom he considered his brothers, Rick McCallum, Bill Sadler, Jim Drummond, and Gene Olague.
He met the love of his life, Jane Nobles, in California. They were married in Las Vegas, Nev., on Sept. 12, 1964. They had 46 years of love and laughter. They were lifelong companions and friends and created numerous memories.
They moved to Utah where they settled and raised their son, Wallace Edward Nobles, born June 10, 1973. Chuck was a wonderful and loving husband. He was always a kind and gentle father and a great example to his son. He had strong family values and his family always came first. He was an extremely hardworking man and took care of those he loved. He was always there to help anyone out and would have given you the shirt off his back.
He spent over 20 years as a foreman with Thiokol. He also spent many years helping his father-in-law on the family ranch in Snowville, raising cattle and horses. He had numerous hobbies and interests, including a love of motorcycles, and American Muscle cars, which he passed on to his son.  He had a very creative side which was manifested in the form of woodworking, leather work and stained glass. He spent hours working on leather projects which were always wanted by his friends. His number one passion, though, was always his wife and son, as well as his daughter-in-law whom he always thought highly of, and his grandkids.
He is survived by his son and daughter-in-law, Wallace and Amanda Nobles of Nibley, Utah; four grandchildren, Colton, Shelby, Tay, and Porter Nobles; His sister Darla Swanson (Ken) of Bakersfield; a niece Janine Hines (Mike) of Bakersfield; a nephew David Swanson (Peggy) of Irvine, Calif.
He was preceded in death by his loving wife Jane Nobles; parents, Sam and Winnie Nobles and his father and mother-in-law, Wallace and Leola Hurd.
The family would like to thank Cache Valley Assisted Living, Sunshine Terrace and Alpine Home Health & Hospice for their loving care.
A celebration of his life and the great man he was will be held May 12, at 11:30 a.m., at Millville City Park in Millville, Utah.  A burial service will follow at the Millville-Nibley cemetery.
Online condolences may be sent at www.rogersandtaylor.com

Wayne D. Norr

Wayne D. Norr, 92, passed away peacefully, Thursday, May 3, 2012. Wayne was born Feb. 6, 1920, in Deweyville, Utah. He was the third child of Alvin and Lydia Dewey Norr.
Wayne grew up in Deweyville and later graduated from Bear River High School. After graduation he served in the United States Army in World War II.
Upon his return, he met and married Minnie Mae Potter on March 6, 1946. Their marriage was solemnized in the Salt Lake LDS Temple on Sept. 15, 1949.
They were married for 58 years, when his beloved Minnie passed away.
Wayne worked for the Defense Department in Ogden, Utah. After retirement, he continued to work for enjoyment at the Garland Sugar Factory, John Laws Pipe Yard, and Tremonton Heating and Cooling.
He also spent many years sawing wood projects, gardening, camping and fishing with his sweetheart, family and friends, which brought him so much joy. Wayne was a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and served faithfully.
He is survived by his son, Bill P Norr (Sheryl) Las Vegas, Nev., five grandchildren, three great-grandchildren, two brothers and one sister, JD (Fay) Norr of Deweyville, Reed (Darlene) Norr of Tremonton, and one sister, Cleo Dixon of Brigham City.
He was preceded in death by his sweetheart, Minnie, son, Brent D, and brothers: Myrl and Charles Norr.
Funeral services will be held on Saturday, May 12, at 11 a.m., at the Deweyville/Riverview LDS Chapel, 10750 N. Highway 69, Deweyville. Friends and family may call on Saturday from 9:30 to 10:45  a.m., at the church prior to the funeral.
We would like to express a special thank you to Our House and their wonderful staff, Daneel Norr and Reed Norr for the great love and care they have given to Pop over the years.
Interment will be held at the Deweyville Cemetery.
In lieu of flowers, please donate to The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Missionary Fund.
Condolences may be expressed at www.rogersandtaylor.com

Gordon R. Holmgren

BEAR RIVER CITY – Our loving husband, father, grandfather, great grandfather and friend, Gordon R. Holmgren, 85, passed away peacefully on Sunday, May 6, 2012, at his home.
He was born on Oct. 25, 1926, in Tremonton, Utah, a son of Reuben Oleen and Meda Marie Christensen Holmgren.
He attended Bear River Grade School, Box Elder High School and graduated from Bear River High School and one quarter at Brigham Young University.
Gordon married his sweetheart, Phyllis Andersen on Nov. 23, 1949, in the Salt Lake LDS Temple.
He served as a councilman for Bear River City for three terms.
He was a member of the LDS church.
Gordon enjoyed riding horses, driving tractors, singing for funerals and elsewhere.  He also loved singing with his family.
Surviving is his wife, Phyllis A. Holmgren; six children: Gwen (Keith) Thomas; Wendy (David) Douglas; Robyn (David) Richards; Tamra (Harold) Porter; Chad Holmgren; Emilee (Erik) Nebl; 14 grandchildren and 26 great-grandchildren.
He was preceded in death by his parents, three sisters and one brother, Gayle, Lorraine, Helen and Clayne.
Funeral services will be held on Saturday, May 12, at 11 a.m., at Bear River LDS 3rd Ward Chapel, 5870 N. 4700 W.
The viewings will be held on Friday, May 11, from 6 to 8 p.m., and on Saturday from 9:30 to 10:30 a.m., at the Bear River Relief Society Room.
Interment will be in the Bear River City Cemetery.
Email condolences to the family at www.gilliesfuneralchapel.com

Sandy K. Stoddard

HONEYVILLE – Our loving mother, grandmother, great grandmother, sister and friend, Sandra Kay Dickey Stoddard, 74, passed away peacefully on Saturday, May 5, 2012 at McKay Dee Medical Center in Ogden, Utah.
She was born on May 29, 1937 in Brigham City, Utah, a daughter of Alexander Francis and Ann Frances Peschel Dickey.
Sandy graduated from Box Elder High School and attended Bridgerland in Brigham City.
She married Warner Stoddard on May 11, 1956 in the Logan LDS Temple. They were later divorced.
Sandy was active in the Cub Scouts and received the Silver Beaver Award.  She also served in the Young Women’s Organization.
Sandy taught art at the Fielding and Foothill Elementary Schools. Sandy touch many with her artwork and teaching in her studio and putter palace in Honeyville, Utah.
She enjoyed painting, crafting, making jewelry, she loved Native American Culture, the outdoors.  She adored her cat, Sammy and her ferrets.
The family would like to thank Lola Morrison, LuAnn Thurkill her favorite niece, the senior center staff, Rochelle Redford, Nancy Green, Vicky Wright, Iantha Folkman and Sarah Aldredge. A special thanks to Brent Gillies for being a good friend and fulfilling her final wishes.
Surviving are her four children: Ron (Jean) Stoddard, Honeyville; Deborah (John) Kuglar, Thatcher; Kristi Stoddard, Tremonton; Thomas Stoddard, Honeyville; 9 grandchildren; 7 great grandchildren; one sisters, Lucille Kelley. Sandy loved Pam Campbell, her daughter, Krista Hess, Mat and Tara Yeates as her own family.
She was preceded in death by one son, James Dee Stoddard, one daughter, Dixie Sue Benson, one brother, Richard Dickey, and two sisters, Ursela Hansen and Dorothy Gardner.
Memorial services will be held on Saturday, May 12, 2012 at 12:00 Noon at Gillies Funeral Chapel, 634 East 200 South, Brigham City, Utah.
Sandy wanted to be cremated and scattered to the great beyond.
Email condolences to the family at www.gilliesfuneralchapel.com

 

Edna Johnson Morgan

Edna Johnson Morgan passed away surrounded by family on May 2, 2012 in Tremonton, Utah of causes incident to age.

Edna was born September 11, 1921 in Mantua, Utah, the oldest child of Ernest Edgar and Marina Perkins Johnson. She grew up in Mantua and graduated from Box Elder High School. She married the love of her life, Melvin LeRoy (Roy) Morgan on June 15, 1940. They were later sealed in the Salt Lake LDS Temple on April 9, 1964. They were married for 60 years when Roy passed away. They spent many happy years in Brigham City, Tremonton, Morgan, and Snowville.

Edna was active in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints where she held many callings. Visiting Teacher, Family Extraction Program, Stake Missionary, Young Women President, and her favorite, Relief Society President.

She was also once a member of the Snowville City Council.

She loved to crochet, read, work in the yard, travel and spend time with her the family that she loved so much.

She is survived by her children Eddie (Vi) Morgan, Clinton, Utah; Curtis (Gloria) Morgan, Snowville, Utah; Steven (Tamra ) Morgan, Garland, Utah; Michael (Robin) Morgan, Snowville, Utah; Susan (Bruce) Summers, Draper, Utah; 24 grandchildren, 57 great grandchildren and 1 great, great grandchild.

She was preceded in death by her husband Roy.

Funeral services will be held on Monday May 7, 2012 at 11:00 am at the Curlew Ward Chapel 75 N 100 E in Snowville. Viewings will be held on Sunday May 6, 2012  from 6-8:00 pm at Rogers and Taylor Funeral Home located at 111 N 100 E in Tremonton and preceding the funeral from 9:30 – 10:30 am at the Curlew Chapel. Interment will be at the Mantua City Cemetery. Condolences may be expressed at www.ruddfuneralhome.com

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