Linda Grant

Linda Grant Obituary


Age - 75


August 26, 2023


Boulder City, NV

August 9th 2023 , Linda Grant passed away peacefully at her home in Boulder City, surrounded by the love of her life, William Grant and her two sons, Rick Grant, and Jeffrey Grant. God called home a beautiful soul, even allowing her youngest son (Dan Grant), who had preceded her, to hold her hand and guide her. Linda Grant was born October 23rd, 1947 in Monterey Park, California to her parents Leroy and Pearl Worthen. She married her soul mate William Grant on January 7th, 1967 and enjoyed 56 years of blissful marriage. Linda Grant was a soul mate, a mother, a grandmother, a great grandmother, and a sister. Linda's memory is alive in her husband of 56 years (William Grant), her sons, Erik Grant (Boulder City, NV) and Jeffrey Grant (Mesa, AZ), her grandchildren (Alan, Ryan, Alexis, Kayla, Austin, Ava, Ashton), four great grandchildren, and her sister Sandra Hetrick (Washington, Utah). Linda was preceded in death by her parents, her brother Dennis Worthen (Las Vegas, NV) and her youngest son, Daniel Grant (Henderson, NV). A celebration of life will be held at the Grant home in Boulder City on September 10, 2023

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Age - 80

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Walton Muir, 80, passed away on Sunday, October 22, 2023 in his home in Boulder City, Nevada. He was holding his wife’s hand as he peacefully passed on. Walton was married to his sweetheart for almost 55 years (this December) and lived an abundant life. His father, mother, brother, and two grandchildren preceded him in death. He is survived by his wife Adrynne, six children Jennifer Rose (William); Benjamin Muir (Tamora); Diana Noyce (Ryan); Colleen Fay (John); William Muir (Mary); Rachel Smith (David), 38 grandchildren and 3 great-grandchildren. Walton was born May 27, 1943 in Pocatello, Idaho and spent his childhood years there. He was the oldest of three children. He enjoyed life on the M3 ranch learning about hard work, which he diligently applied throughout the rest of his life. After finishing high school, and serving a mission for the Church in South Africa, he attended Utah State University where he met and married Adrynne, in 1968. After graduating with a civil engineering degree from USU, he joined the Army and became an officer. Following his honorable discharge from the military, Walton was hired using his degree, at the Bureau of Reclamation where he served in Billings, Montana; Springville, Utah; Phoenix, Arizona; and Boulder City, Nevada. He worked on the water conservation team, managing water flow down the Colorado River. Taking an early retirement from the Bureau in 1997 he enjoyed working on his "honey-do" list at home, as well as keeping up on his hobbies. Walton loved flying and earned a pilot's license as well as instructor ratings. He enjoyed teaching others to fly. He served in many callings in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day-Saints, including serving as a temple worker in the Las Vegas temple for many years. In 2004 he moved his mother to Boulder City and started to use some of his time taking care of her. Walton loved his family, riding horses, flying, shooting, boating, camping, working on cars, listening to classical music, and the gospel. He left behind a legacy of working hard, serving others, having faith in our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ, loving family, and focusing on what is most important in this life, while keeping an eternal perspective. He will be loved and missed by all those who knew him. Memorial services will be held at The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints building located at 1550 Buchanan Blvd; Boulder City, Nevada; 89005 on Saturday, November 18, 2023. Visitation with the family will begin at 10 a. m. in the Relief Society Room. The Memorial will begin at 11 a. m. in the chapel.Show more

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