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Obituaries 3-20-2013

Friday, March 15, 2013
By theleader

Eva Lou Laub

October 29, 1926 – March 17, 2013

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Our sweet mom, grandma and great-grandma was reunited with her loving husband Max Laub on March 17, 2013 in St. George, Utah.

Eva Lou was born October 29, 1926 to Tressie Neal and Vern Steed. She grew up in Stone, Idaho but later moved to Tremonton, Utah and Graduated from Bear River High School. Eva Lou married Max W. Laub on March 24, 1946 in Tremonton and 3 years later they were sealed for time and all eternity in the Logan LDS Temple. She lived a great deal of her life before moving to Logan, Utah in 1981. Then in 1993 she and Max moved to St. George to enjoy the warmer climate. Eva Lou worked for Tremonton City and later for Beehive Clothing in Logan, UT as well as serving in many positions in the LDS church. She truly loved spending time spending time with her family and friends.

Eva Lou is survived by: her two children Paul W. Laub (Alfiya) of Rancho Cordova, California and Sherie L. Barfuss (Bryce) of Tremonton, 10 grandchildren Megan Laub, Heather Skousen (Brendan), Shannon Laub, Jenny Smith (Jordan), Adelia Bogdanova, Jeff Barfuss (Josilyn), Jaime Ravsten (Daniel), Corey Barfuss (Cherice), Christopher Barfuss (Mandy), 22 great grandchildren, a sister Linda Kindblade and 2 brothers Carl Steed (Mollie) and Lyle Steed (Kathleen). She was preceded in death by her husband Max W Laub, her parents, 3 sisters Nola Thompson (Mike), Elaine Chadwick (Eddie) , Darlene Funk (Andy) and a brother Dee Steed (DeLores), and one great-grandson Jaden Barfuss.

There will be a viewing held Friday March 22 from 1:00-2:30 PM at Rogers and Taylor Funeral Home in Tremonton followed by graveside services for all family and friends at Riverview Cemetery in Tremonton at 3:00.

 

Lynn J. Rose

1956-2013

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Great Falls, MT/Tremonton, UT – Lynn climbed into his beautiful, big blue truck and with the help of our Lord drove it up to heaven so he could hug his dad, Verl, and his siblings, Pam and Paul.

    Lynn was born in Malad, Idaho, on Sept. 16, 1956, to Verl and Marilyn Rose. He passed away on March 6, 2013, in Coutts, Alberta, Canada, from a massive heart attack.

    His life began on the family farm in Holbrook, Idaho. When he was in the third grade they moved to Tremonton, where he finished his schooling. He graduated Bear River High in 1973.

    In 1974, he married Roxanne Hansen. They have two girls-Jamie Lyn and Brooke. They later divorced.

    He worked for Charlie Taylor at Taylor Farms, where he repaired tractors and other farm equipment. He was a master mechanic, and could fix anything.

    Later, he worked at Thiokol and also has a custom hay cutting business. In 1985 he bought a big rig and started trucking

    He met his wife and sweetheart, Sandra, in Montana. They have one daughter, Kassandra Lyn and his five year old best buddy and grandson, Kaden Lynn.

    Lynn worked hard his whole life. He helped anyone and everyone who needed him.

    Lynn is survived by his wife of 26 ½ years, Sandra; three daughters, Kassie, Jamie and Brooke; his grandson Kaden; His mother, Marilyn; and two brothers, Michael and Blane.

    He is preceded in death by his dad, Verl; sister, Pam; brother, Paul and his beloved grandparents, Lew and La Dean Baker.

 His funeral will be held on Saturday, March 23, at 1 p.m., at the Tremonton 5th Ward Chapel (300 S. Tremont St.) Family and friends visitation will be held at the church before the funeral from 10:30 a.m.-12:45 p.m. Interment will be at the Tremonton Riverview Cemetery.  Compassionate service by the Tremonton 5th Ward Relief Society.

Online condolences may be offered at www.ruddfuneralhome.com

Doris Farnsworth Christensen

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Doris Farnsworth Christensen, 90, passed away peacefully at home on March 13, 2013, in Elwood, Utah, surrounded by her family. Doris was the youngest child born on July 10, 1922 in Fielding, Utah to Leo Ezra and Ruby Lovina (Richards) Farnsworth. She grew up in Fielding, Utah with her 6 siblings. She graduated, in 1939, from Bear River High School in Garland, Utah.

She married Allen C. Christensen (Ace) in the Logan LDS Temple on May 21, 1947. They were blessed with two children: Timothy Jay and Rebecca (“Becki”).

Doris was a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. She proudly served many callings in the church including: Ward Librarian, Relief Society Historian, Primary President and Miamaid advisor. Doris has a great love of the Gospel and was always a great example to her family and friends in her faith and service.

Doris loved to work. In addition to working in the yard and gardening, she has held various jobs over the years: JC Penney’s, Raising Mink, Owner of DreamGirl Hair Fashions, and babysitting. She loved organizing, creating displays, singing with her sisters, working on genealogy, decorating, writing life histories and scrapbooking. She also enjoyed watching her grandchildren and great grandchildren play baseball, piano recitals, and dance. She was known to her grandchildren and great grandchildren as “Grandma Nanny”.

Doris is survived by her loving husband AC. Christensen, her son Tim (Margaret) Christensen, son-in-law Ross Barnes, sister Carmen Boss, 7 grandchildren, 17 great grandchildren, 7 great great grandchildren, and several nieces and nephews.

She was preceded in death by her parents Leo and Ruby Farnsworth, brother Sid Farnsworth, and Sisters: Cleo Wood, Irene Wood, Faye McMurdie, and Maxiene Gardner. She was also preceded in death by her loving daughter Rebecca.

The family would like to extend a special thank you to those who helped Doris during the last few weeks, the staff at Primrose, Teresa Woolley and Lydia.
Funeral services will be held March 18, 2013 in the Elwood LDS Church (4865 W 9600 N Elwood, UT.) at 1pm. A Viewing will be prior to funeral services from 10:30 am to 12:30pm at the Elwood LDS Church.

Interment will be in the Elwood Cemetery. Online condolences may be shared with the family at www.ruddfuneralhome.com

 

Margaret Hess Perry

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Margaret Hess Perry died peacefully March 10, 2013, at the Cache Valley Assisted Living in Providence, UT. She was two months shy of her 88th birthday. Margaret joins her eternal sweetheart, M D Perry who preceded her in death.

Mom was born May 20, 1925 in Salt Lake City, Utah, to Kenneth Lyman Hess and Venna Isabel Hales. She was raised in Garland, Utah, where she spent many enjoyable years with her family.

Mom graduated from Bear River High School in Garland. She and her cousin Marie made blue graduation suits in home economics and wore them at their graduation. She also attended Utah State University for several years when her family was a little older.

Mom married M D Perry on October 2, 1942, in the Logan LDS Temple. They enjoyed 61 years of life together before M D passed away October 13, 2003.

They were blessed with four children, Mary Morgan (Vaughn), Schertz, Texas, Michael Dean (Mary) Perry, Cedar Rapids, Iowa, Marcia (Randy) Burbank, Hyrum, Utah and Melanie (Dee) Alexander, Layton, Utah, 17 grandchildren and 53 great-grandchildren.

M D joined the army shortly after they were married and they spent some time in Tyler, Texas and Tacoma, Washington. After being released from the service they moved to West Weber where they ran a grocery store for several years. They settled in Deweyville, Utah where they raised their family.

Mom was a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. She held many positions serving gladly as President of the Primary, Young Women’s and Relief Society organizations. She served as the coordinator of Jr. Sunday School. She was also PTA President and served as the secretary of the Bear River Jr. High PTA.

Mom was an excellent homemaker. She loved to cook, and delighted her family trying many new recipes. She was also an excellent seamstress sewing many of the clothes for her children. She loved piecing quilts and each child and grandchild was the glad recipient of one on graduation from High School, or as they started married life. She loved to machine embroider and made many sets of dishtowels. She crocheted many beautiful afghans for new babies and loved to try anything new. She was so talented and enjoyed sharing this talent with others.

Mom spent many years working as a receptionist/bookkeeper for several of the Doctors in the Tremonton area. She fulfilled not only the duties of a receptionist but helped with injections, simple surgeries and any other duties needed at the time. She also worked for the IRS as a Tax Examiner and earned several awards for her strong work ethic.

Mom faced many health challenges in the later years of her life. She faced them with grace and dignity always trying to find ways to serve others with her talents, and offering kind words of encouragement and love for others. She is now free of her physical limitations.

Mom is survived by her children, two brothers, Lowell Kenneth (Nita) Hess, Plano, Texas, Neil Lynn (Camille) Hess, Spartanburg, South Carolina, Sister Yvonne (Burke) Peterson, Aubrey, Texas and One sister-in-law, Margaret Perry (Norman). She is also survived by many cousins, nieces and nephews whom she loved very much.

She was preceded in death by her husband, two grandchildren, Robert Scott Morgan and Marcie Jo Burbank, and Son-in-law Vaughn Morgan.

We would like to give a special thanks to the staff and facility at the Cache Valley Assisted Living for lovingly caring for our mom the past few years. Also a special thanks to the nurses at Access Home Care and Hospice for their care and concern for Mom.

A special thanks also to the Deweyville ward for their acts of kindness to mom the last few years.

There will be a viewing Friday, March 15, from 6-8 p.m. at the Rogers & Taylor Funeral Home (111 N. 100 E. Tremonton, UT). Funeral services will be held Saturday March 16,  at the Deweyville LDS Ward Chapel (10750 North Highway 38) at 12:00 Noon with a viewing from 10:30 -11:30 a.m. prior to the funeral. Interment in the Deweyville Cemetery. Online condolence may be shared with the family at www.rogersandtaylor.com

 

Chalyce Quirl Young

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Malad…Chalyce Quirl Young, 36, passed away peacefully Saturday night, March 9, 2013 with her family gathered around her after a long battle with Malignant Melanoma.

Chalyce was born February 7, 1977 in Moscow Idaho to Zeph Brent and Pat Sutton Quirl. She spent the first two years of her life in Moscow while her dad attended Washington State University majoring in Veterinary Medicine. After Zeph, graduated their family moved to Blackfoot. Then after two years they moved again to Teton Idaho where they settled permanently. Chalyce was joined by a brother, Troy, two sisters, Sari and Jayna, and eventually her youngest brother Derek.

Chalyce loved the out of doors and helping on the family farm. Moving pipe with her siblings and cousins, raising orphan calves, riding horses and bicycles, weeding in the garden, and fall harvest were some of here favorite childhood memories.

Chalyce attended Kindergarten at Teton Elementary and then grades 1 – 12 at Sugar Salem, graduating in 1995 with honors. She studied at Ricks College for one year then transferred to Boise State University where she finished her Bachelors degree in Biology in 2000. After graduation she moved to Provo with her friend Alisa and worked for almost two years. Always wanting to be closer to home she moved back to Pocatello and enrolled at Idaho State University. Chalyce finished her second degree, Bachelors of Science in Clinical Laboratory Science, in 2004 and was hired by Portneuf Medical Center upon completion of her internship there.

While living in Pocatello Chalyce roomed with Ashley Young, who introduced Chalyce to her brother Lon. They became friends right off and after several months of courting were married in the Logan Temple on January 29, 2005. Chalyce and Lon made their home in Malad Idaho. Chalyce continued to work in Pocatello until she was recruited by the Oneida County Hospital’s lab to come work for them. She took over as Lab Manager in 2006. She made many friends and influenced so many people throughout the community of Malad and beyond. She loved camping with her family and friends, bike rides, walks in the evenings with her kids, and especially cross-country skiing with her mom and sisters.

Chalyce and Lon had their first child, Kason, in November 2006. He proved to be a delight in their home especially for the new mother! Kason was joined by his little sister Shaylie in March of 2010. Life was just about perfect for Chalyce with 2 wonderful children, a job she loved, and a supportive husband. One thing she valued most has been her membership in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. She loved serving and spent many hours doing just that – teaching, leading, and giving to others. She especially loved the youth. Chalyce was an inspiration to all who knew her and will be greatly missed especially by Lon, her children, and her extended family.

Chalyce is survived by her husband Lon Gregory Young, her son Kason Brent and daughter Shaylie Ann. Parents Zeph and Pat Quirl of Teton. Siblings Troy Quirl (Christie) of Malad, Sari Shawcroft (Kelly), Jayna Harrop (Rod), both of Teton and Derek Quirl (Juteik) of Rupert. She is preceded in death by her grandparents Brent and Phyllis Quirl, her uncle Kelly Hymas, her aunt Melinda Sutton Friedl, also cousins Billy Reece and Travis Hopkins.

We would like to thank the incredible staff at the Huntsman Cancer Center – especially Dr. Grossman, Carolyn, Karen, and Joan. We are especially thankful for our wonderful friends and neighbors who so lovingly have brought many beautiful flowers, written cards, stopped to visit, and have brought countless meals during the long two years Chalyce has endured treatments and surgeries.

Funeral servces will be held on Saturday, March 16 at 11:00 a.m. at the Malad LDS Stake Chapel.  Friends may visit with the family on Friday evening from 6:00-8:00 p.m. at the church and on Saturday from 9:30-10:45 a.m. prior to the service. Burial will follow in the Teton Newdale Cemetery. Funeral arrangements are under the care and direction of Horsley Funeral Home.  Condolences may be sent to www.horsleyfuneralhome.com

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