Randall Allen Stover
Randall Allen Stover, 56 of Fielding Utah, passed away unexpectedly on September 11, 2013.
Born on October 12, 1956 to James and Patricia Stover.
Randy was an extremely loving, caring, and proud Husband, Father, Grandfather, Uncle and loveable Friend to all.
Viewing in his honor Wednesday September 18, at Rogers and Taylor funeral home from 6 – 8 p.m. Memorial Services will be held at Rogers and Taylor funeral home Thursday September 19, at 12:00 p.m. with a viewing from 10:30 – 11:30.
For more information go to www.ruddfuneralhome.com Donations can be made in his name at Rudd’s Funeral Home.
Warren A. Calder
Warren Andrew Calder, 23, passed away peacefully at his home with his loving mother and family by his side on Sept. 6, 2013, after a three-year battle with brain cancer.
He was born Nov. 22, 1989, in Wright Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio, to Kathleen Ann Anderson and Daniel Wayne Calder.
Warren was an artist. He was loved and blessed the lives of all those who knew him.
Warren is survived by his parents: Kathleen Kimber and Daniel Calder, his siblings: Kari, Daniel Jr., Lydia, Laraine, Emily and Adam; his nieces, nephews and extended family.
Warren’s wishes were to be cremated; he will be interred with his grandmother and great-grandparents in the Davis Memorial Park in Las Vegas. Arrangements entrusted to Myers Mortuary of Brigham City.
Condolences may be sent to the family at www.myers-mortuary.com
Tremonton – LaNoma Josie Hirschi Taylor, age 82 passed away September 11, 2013 at the Bear River Care Center in Tremonton, Utah. She was born August 29, 1931 in Tremonton, UT to Albert and Josie Hirschi. She was the sixth of seven children.
She grew up in Rosette, UT, a little town 5 miles west of Park Valley, UT. She received her education up to and including her sophomore year in Park Valley, then in Brigham City at Box Elder High for her Junior and Senior years.
She married Guy William Goodwin on September 4, 1952; they had one son, George Wendel Goodwin, born Oct 14, 1953. He died Oct 31, 1984 while serving in the Army. After she and Guy were divorced she married Blaine Able, he passed away. She then married George Taylor and they were later divorced.
She worked at various jobs throughout her life including Thiokol and Banking. LaNoma was talented in crocheting afghans, doilies and hot pads as well as dish cloths, which she gave to many of her friends and family members.
LaNoma has many nieces and nephews who she loved and they also loved her and looked out for her, also many cousins. Many thanks go to Kevin Hirschi, a nephew who she gave power of attorney. He took care of her affairs for many years. Thanks to all the staff and nurses at the Care Center in Tremonton, UT who took care of her and were very kind to her; also hospice who helped care for her in her final days, namely Heather and Holly.
LaNoma was preceded in death by her parents, son, husband, Blaine, 2 brothers, and 3 sisters, Curtis, Dee, Ledah, Helen and Betty. She is survived by one sister, Fern (Byron) Hunsaker, a brother in law, Earl Harris and many nieces and nephews.
Funeral Services will be held Saturday, September 14, 2013 at 12 Noon at the Rogers and Taylor Funeral Home Chapel (111 N 100 E – Tremonton)with a viewing held prior to the funeral from 10:30 – 11:30 a.m. burial will follow in the Park Valley Cemetery.
Online condolences and memories may be shared at www.rogersandtaylor.com
Joseph M. Stokes
Joseph M. Stokes (Joe) passed away quietly on September 10, 2013 in Tremonton, Utah. He was born on April 22, 1928 in Bothwell, Utah to Thomas William Stokes and Annie Laura Nichols Stokes. He was the youngest of twelve children with 6 brothers and 5 sisters.
On December 11, 1954, Joe married the love of his life, Ruth Elaine Nish of Plymouth. Their marriage was later solemnized in the Logan, Utah LDS temple.
Joe grew up in the community of Bothwell. Joe was orphaned by age 12, and relied upon his elder brothers and especially sisters to help him along in his youth. Many of his friends and neighbors in Bothwell also provided him with much love and assistance during this period of his life.
Joe served in the US Army, assigned to an infantry division during the Korean conflict. He served for two years and was in Korea for approximately 18 months.
Joe worked hard all of his life and was able to accomplish much. He was skilled as a carpenter, plumber, electrician, mechanic and welder.
He retired as a millwright from Del-Med Laboratories in Ogden, Utah.
After retiring from Del-Med, he purchased a farm in Corinne, Utah and was a successful farmer for several years.
Joe enjoyed hunting, fishing, camping and boating with his family. He also enjoyed growing a beautiful garden, working in the yard and working in his shop.
Joe was a High Priest in the Church of Jesus Christ Of Latter Day Saints. He was a faithful Church member, fulfilling many callings, including Ward Clerk, Bishopric Counselor, Stake Missionary, and Home Teacher. He was also a patient, loving, and devoted husband, father, grandfather, great grandfather, and friend to many.
His parents and all of his siblings except one brother and one sister preceded Joseph in death. One grandson and one granddaughter also preceded him.
He is survived by his wife, Ruth Elaine Nish Stokes, and his children; Rick (Diana) of Plain City, Utah, Val (Julie) Tremonton, Utah, DeVerl (Suzette) of Eagle, Idaho, and Jana (Steven) Mastronardi of Corinne, Utah. Nine grandchildren and eight great grandchildren also survive him. One brother, Howard and one sister Elaine also survive him.
A viewing will be held at Rogers & Taylor Funeral Home (111 N. 100 E.) on September 16, 2013 from 6 PM to 8 PM. Funeral services will be held at Corinne Second Ward (2355 N 4000 W Corinne, Utah) on September 17, 2013 at 11:00 AM, with a viewing to be held from 9:30 AM until 10:30 AM. Interment will be in the Plymouth, Utah cemetery.
The family wishes to express a heartfelt thanks to the staff of Maple Springs Senior Living Center, Bear River Valley Care Center, and Community Nursing Services for their compassion and kind care given to Joseph in his final days, and to Rudd Funeral Home for Joe’s final care. The family would encourage you to donate to the National Kidney Foundation if possible.
Condolences may be made at www.ruddfuneralhome.com
Bernice Brough Black
Bernice Brough Black Nov. 8, 1920 – August 24, 2013 Bernice Brough Black was born Nov. 8, 1920, in Tremonton, Utah, to Owen L. Brough and Ivy Dora Toone Brough. She was the fourth of seven children, four boys and three girls. She and her brothers and sisters were raised on the family dairy farm.
Bernice graduated from Utah State University in 1944, with a Bachelor of Science degree in Education majoring in physical education and minoring in physiology and music. Music was in her life from the time she was very young and she would continue to sing and perform in church and in the communities she lived in, the rest of her life.
While going to school at USU, she met her future husband, Harold Black. They were married Oct. 15, 1944, while Harold was stationed on Bermuda Island, UK during WWII. They had two daughters, Suzann Greenwood of Bend and Cyndy Armour (husband, Phil) of Prineville. Bernice also had one grandson, Brandon Follose (wife Miranda) and one great-granddaughter, Samantha of Bend, Ore. Bernice always said it’s the quality, not the quantity, that counts.
Bernice was a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. She served her whole life in positions of service to her church. Bernice and Harold were married again, this time for time and all eternity in the Logan LDS Temple in 1945, when they got back to the states from Bermuda. She and Harold served a mission for their church in Houston, Texas, after their respective retirements.
Bernice was a school teacher, librarian, clerk typist and secretary as she followed Harold while he served in the military and as he pursued his education. While living in Pocatello, Idaho, and then Bend, Bernice was able to do what she loved best – teach. Bernice taught at Juniper Elementary School in Bend for 16 years before her retirement in 1983.
Bernice is survived by her husband, Harold, her two daughters, Suzann and Cyndy, son-in-law Phil, grandson Brandon, his wife Miranda and their daughter, Samantha. She is also survived by her older sister, Augusta, one older brother, Owen Jr., and one younger brother, Robert, and numerous nieces and nephews.
A memorial service was held in Bend.