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Ronald Corbett

May 06, 1941 - Nov 10, 2023

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Washington, UT

Ronald James Corbett, 82, of Washington, Utah, graduated from this life on November 10, 2023, at home with his wife by his side. Ron was a kind, loving, hardworking man who is now free from pain and suffering. He is survived by his lovely wife, Lynnette, and his many children and grandchildren. Funeral Services with be Monday, November 20th at The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints1080 W. Arlington St. . Washington, UT 84780Viewing 9:30am - 10:30amCelebration of Life 11am - NoonInterm...Read More

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Susan "Sue" Lenne Shearer Wardle

Sep 03, 1943 - Feb 21, 2024

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Washington Fields, UT

Watch Live Stream HERE Susan "Sue" Lenne Shearer Wardle, age 80, of Duchesne and Washington Fields, Utah, passed away on February 21, 2024, due to complications of cancer. She was born on September 3, 1943, in Salt Lake City, Utah, to Edward Gordon and Dorothy Florence Kling Shearer. She was the oldest of four children and loved her siblings immensely! She grew up in Salt Lake City and graduated from Granite High School in 1961 where she participated in choir. Sue enjoyed music and loved the art of dance. She began teaching dance at the young age of 12 years old in her parents’ home. She participated in many dance competitions and was also a contestant on the Eugene Jelesnik TV show which she always loved to recall. Sue loved the outdoors and when she was a young girl her family built a cabin getaway in the Soapstone area near Mirror Lake. They spent many summers enjoying life at the cabin where many treasured memories were created. While staying at the cabin, Sue enjoyed being a member of the YMCA camp in the Soapstone area as well. Sue had a wonderful childhood and cherished all memories with her loving parents, her sister, Vonnie, and brothers, Butch and J.D. Sue met the love of her life William Merton "Bill" Wardle at a Johnny Cash concert and after a courtship they were married on November 23, 1962. They began life together in Salt Lake where they worked and started their family. However, Bill’s longing for the Uintah Basin led them to purchase a lot on Tabby Mountain where they worked many weekends together to build a cabin. This cabin gave their extended Wardle family a great place to create many lasting memories over the years. In 1968, Bill and Sue left Salt Lake behind and moved into the Wardle family residence in Duchesne. After much hard work, trial and tribulation, they made that house into a wonderful home where they raised their four daughters and gave them an amazing, loving childhood. Sue taught dance in that home for many, many years while Bill worked hard to establish Certified Welding. She worked tirelessly to take care of her family and support Bill’s endeavors. Sue loved being involved in the Duchesne community and volunteered for many things (ALL the things!). She taught 4-H for many years, was in PTA, Mother’s Club, The Green Team… too many to name. She was also passionate about the Pope House project. She loved Duchesne and immersed herself in anything she could to improve the community… you name it, she was involved! You may also remember her as the Bookmobile lady, a job that she enjoyed to the fullest. Early on in her Duchesne life, Sue broke out of her "city girl" mode and got her hands dirty doing whatever was needed to accomplish a job or a goal. Sue and Bill fulfilled a dream and purchased property north of Duchesne in the early 70’s and life with "Bill’s Longhorn Ranch" began. They spent many years raising Longhorns, working on their ranch, and traveling to Longhorn shows. They loved sharing this passion with family and friends. Branding days were a production and were the best days! They enjoyed the friendships made with all those they were involved with in this capacity. Sue was a true friend to everyone she met! She loved meeting new people and learning their stories, connecting with them on any level she could. She filled volumes of notebooks with her notes on everyone and everything! Her memory was amazing and we’re sure this was the reason why. She could recall facts or birthdays with remarkable ease. She had an adventurous spirit and there was nothing she wouldn’t try. Sue loved living near Sharly and her family in Washington Fields and also being near extended family in the St. George area as well. She treasured her 15th Ward and network of sweet friends in Washington Fields. Although she was deeply saddened by Bill's passing in October of 2020, then diagnosed with cancer shortly thereafter, this final chapter was a remarkable time of life for her. We are so grateful for the kindness shown to her by so many and for the true friendships that she so enjoyed. Sue was also blessed with an amazing array of medical professionals and hospice caregivers in St. George. In addition, her sister Vonnie, and sister-in-law Cris, took incredible care of her in her home for which we are forever grateful. Sue cherished her membership in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints and had a strong and unwavering testimony. She had many callings throughout her life and fulfilled each one to the fullest. Her faith ran deep and she would share her love of the gospel whenever she could with anyone that would listen, and even with those who wouldn’t (wink wink!). Most of all, Sue loved caring for and supporting her loving husband Bill and their daughters in all of their endeavors. She sacrificed all and devoted her life to making ours the best they could possibly be! Her life was the truest example of love, kindness, compassion and service; she leaves a true legacy. And a more amazing, loving Grandma you will never find! She loved her grandchildren to the core and especially loved all visits and attending any activities they were involved in. "Grandma Sue" / "Sue-Sue"… whatever the title, she loved all of her grandkids fiercely! And we can’t forget - GO JAZZ!!! Bill and Sue loved to watch every Jazz game they could catch! And Mom didn’t miss a beat after Dad left… she was a diehard fan! Sue is survived by daughters, Nova Lee (Steve) Hanke, Smithfield, UT; Audra Jan (Michael) Pike, West Jordan, UT; Sharly Sue (Jeremy) Lefler, Washington, UT; grandchildren: Michael (Arleigh), Kyndra (Tyson), Garrett (Anna), Jordan (Lexi), Keaton, Treyden, Easton, Dax, Amanda, Tyler (Alexie), Shantel, Alyssa (Steven); great-grandchildren: Juleigh, Enzo, Petra, Mila, Will, Booker, Maylee, Kezlynn, Dayton, Axxtyn, Layla, Lillian, Trayston, Violet and Piper, and one great-grandson due soon that she was so anxious to meet; siblings: Vonnie Jo (Doug) Wildfoerster, Salt Lake City, UT; Edward (Cris) Shearer, Kanab, UT; and J.D. Shearer, Twisp,WA; Bill’s siblings, Virginia (Jimmy) Brotherson, Boneta, UT; Rhea (Monte) Johnson, St. George, UT; Linda Powell, Kamas, UT; Trudy (Dick) Johnson, Park City, UT; Mike (Glenna) Wardle, Stansbury Park, UT; and Andy (Joni) Wardle, Sandy, UT; also survived by Mike and Marylou Turley of West Jordan, UT. She leaves behind many nieces and nephews and loved her title of "Aunt Sue!" Last but certainly not least, her faithful companion, her dog, "Penny!" She was preceded in death by her loving husband Bill; daughter, Lenne Brin Wardle Turley; son, Leonard Jed Wardle; parents, Edward and Dorothy Shearer; parents-in-law Merton and Rella Wardle; and numerous other beloved family members. We are sure that Mom’s broken heart was finally healed the moment she painlessly ran into the arms of Bill, Brin, and Jed. All who knew Sue knew Brin’s loss especially left a gaping hole in her heart. Time may have lessened the pain, but the wound was never healed. We are grateful that she is relieved of both her physical pain and the anguished heartache and that she is with them all again. She truly fought a valiant fight and left a beautiful legacy. Her kindness and compassion was unmatched; she was deeply loved and will be forever missed. "Well done, good and faithful servant." Funeral services will be held on Saturday, March 2, 2024, at 11:00 a.m. at the Duchesne Stake Center (901 North 500 East, Duchesne, Utah). A viewing will be held prior to the service starting from 9:30 a.m. to 10:45 a.m. Burial will be in the Duchesne City Cemetery.

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Sandra Reeder

Dec 27, 1939 - Feb 25, 2024

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Washington Terrace, UT

It is with deep sorrow and much love that we mourn the passing of Sandra (Camp) Reeder of Washington Terrace, Utah, on February 25, 2024, at the age of 84 years. Sandra was born on December 27, 1939, in Malad, Oneida County, Idaho, to Waldamere Camp and Nona (Nye) Camp. Her early years were marked by resilience, as vividly remembered in the fire of January 1944, that claimed their family home but also showcased the kindness of strangers that would bolster her faith in humanity.Sandra's primary educational journey took her, and her family, from Burley, Idaho, to Gooding until her junior year of high school, and then to Murray, Utah until around the middle of the year, then to Sandy, Utah and finished her junior year. Despite the challenges of moving during her teenage years, she found her footing and completed her high school education in Rupert, Idaho. Following graduation, Sandra ventured to Riverside, California, before returning to Utah to pursue a career in cosmetology.On July 15, 1961, Sandra married Michael Reeder, and together they welcomed five children into the world. Sandra dedicated herself to raising her children, a role she cherished deeply. The Reeder family made their lifelong home in Washington Terrace in 1966, a testament to their enduring love and commitment to each other.As her youngest child began school, Sandra embarked on a new chapter, pursuing higher education despite her initial reluctance. Supported by her husband, she graduated in 1984 with a degree in English, later finding a fulfilling career with the IRS until her retirement.Sandra's faith played a central role in her life. She and Mike reconnected with the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints early in their marriage, a decision that deeply enriched their family life. Sandra served diligently in various church capacities, leaving a legacy of faith and service.Sandra is survived by her loving children, Roger (Patricia), Bryant (Lori), Matthew (Marisa), and Kevin (Kathryn); 18 grandchildren; and 16 great-grandchildren. She is also remembered by her siblings, Baxter Camp and Diane (Joe) Faigl. Sandra was predeceased by her parents, her husband Michael, her daughter LeAnn Baker, her siblings Geraldine Thornock and Ferguson Camp, and granddaughter Dawn.Funeral services will be held on Saturday, March 9, 2024, at 11 a.m. at Lindquist’s Ogden Mortuary, 3408 Washington Blvd. Friends may visit with the family on Friday from 6 to 8 p.m. and Saturday from 9:30 to 10:30 a.m. at the mortuary. Sandra will be laid to rest at Lindquist’s Washington Heights Memorial Park, 4500 Washington Blvd.Condolences may be shared at below, where Sandra's memory will continue to inspire those she touched.Sandra's life was a testament to her strength, compassion, and unwavering faith. She will be dearly missed by all who knew her, leaving behind a legacy of love and service that will be cherished forever.Services will be live-streamed and can be watched by scrolling to the bottom of this obituary page.

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Patricia Gardner

Apr 03, 1941 - Jan 22, 2024

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Washington, UT

Patricia Gardner passed away peacefully at her daughter’s home in Washington, Utah, on Monday, Jan. 22, 2024, after a five-year battle with metastatic thyroid cancer. She was born on April 3, 1941, in Salt Lake City to DeVere and Helen Robinson. During her formative years, her family lived on Kenwood Street in the Highland Park area. An early memory was attending Junior Sunday school with her Grandma Pritchett, who led the singing and only lived a couple of streets away. Whenever she would stay overnight at her Pritchett grandparents, they would always have family prayer, which was new to Pat. Even though she was young, she realized how important it was to have family prayer, and this was something she always did when she had her own family. A lot of fond memories and lifelong friends were made in this Highland Park neighborhood with pastimes such as Kick the Can, Hide and Seek, Run Sheepy Run, Annie I Over, jacks, jump rope, hopscotch, badminton and kickball in the street. Pat’s group of girlfriends stayed close and, later in life, would get together on a regular basis for lunch. She was in the first graduating class of Highland High in 1959. She loved the social aspect of high school and was involved in choosing the mascot, school colors and school song. She had a nickname as the 7th Cheerleader (there were only six cheerleaders, but Pat was always right there yelling and getting the student body cheering). It also helped that her younger brother Jerry was the punter for the football team. She always helped get enough signatures to “rally” buses for away games because the school didn’t have buses. She was on the school newspaper staff and involved in drama. Their play “The Emperor’s Nightingale” won the high school state drama competition for one-act plays. Her parents were always loving, supportive, and welcoming, and she felt you would be hard-pressed to find parents as wonderful as hers. She also loved spending time with relatives. Her mother had four sisters that she considered second mothers. It was always a highlight for her to spend time with grandparents, aunts, uncles and cousins throughout her life. After high school, she started at the University of Utah, transferred to Church College of Hawaii (now BYU Hawaii), and eventually finished up her associates at Dixie College (now Utah Tech University). Soon after graduation, she made the decision to serve a mission for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and was called to serve in France in what was then the Franco-Belgian mission. She felt it was the best thing she ever did and loved her time there. It was in her last proselytizing area, Nancy, that she met another missionary, Marvin Gardner, who she would later marry. Marvin returned home shortly after Pat and proposed the night he got home. They were married in August 1965. Marvin’s pursuits took the family across three states in their married life: Utah, Arizona and California. They had six kids together, the first passing away at birth. Pat loved being a mom to her own kids but would also welcome anyone into her home and treat everyone like family. Marvin and Pat divorced in 1991. Pat went on to graduate with a teaching degree and then became a teacher at Cinnamon Hills Youth Crisis Center for almost 20 years. Pat was a lady of many talents and hobbies. She excelled as a homemaker and spent many hours canning fruits and vegetables, baking thousands of loaves of homemade bread and spending countless hours cooking meals, making sure everyone was fed. She was always involved in her church and held many callings, including, at one point or another, president of her Primary, Young Women and Relief Society organizations. She was the perfect listening ear and was slow to judge. She was great at sending birthday cards and keeping up with everyone on social media. She loved attending theater productions, especially musical theater and religion classes. She was always down for a jigsaw puzzle, chocolate candy or going out for Mexican food. Her greatest joy came from being a mom and grandma and being involved in her kids and grandkids’ lives. Pat was a strong and courageous woman and fought cancer like a warrior. Her strength and positive attitude were admirable. She was a great example, a hero to many. She was loved by all who knew her and will be greatly missed. Pat was preceded in death by her parents DeVere and Helen Robinson; her daughter Nancy; and her brother-in-law Brent Eyre. Pat is survived and missed by her children Dee (Amanda) Gardner of Salt Lake City, Utah, Mike (Jaime) Gardner of Washington, Utah, Liz (Charles) Talbot of Washington, Utah, Rich Gardner of Ivins, Utah, and Dennis Gardner of Salt Lake City, Utah; 14 grandchildren: Roman and Mattie, Frank and Bella, Emerson, Kate, Laken, Sawyer, Asher, Sessel and Charity, Daniel and Taylor, Ethan, Sage, Chase, Triston, Callie; two great-grandchildren: Everley and Cooper; siblings and their families Jerry (Dianne) Robinson and Colleen Eyre. A viewing and memorial service will be held in Sandy, Utah, at Larkin Sunset Gardens on Friday, Feb. 2. Viewing from 12:30-1:40 p.m., with memorial service from 2-3 pm at 1950 E. Dimple Dell Road (10600 S), Sandy, Utah. The memorial service will be streamed at .

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Steven Terrill Keate

Jul 01, 1963 - Jan 20, 2024

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Washington, UT

Steven Terrill Keate died Saturday, January 20th, 2024, at his home in Washington, Utah. Born July 1, 1963 to Sharon LaRae Holt and Terrill William Keate while his father was stationed at Travis Air Force base in Vacaville, CA. He started early doing life on his own terms, coming a month early. Steve had a superb sense of humor and quick wit. He loved to lighten moods and situations making people smile and belly laugh. He had serious struggles he worked at his whole life attempting to control. Those closest to him have a heavy heart knowing he is no longer struggling but ache over the loss of his humorous spirit. His daughter shared, things weren’t always easy, but the love was real.Steve was raised in CA., Dugway and WVC Ut., where he graduated from Granite High. There he met Cindy Christensen and married Nov. 14, 1981. They had two children Devin (Ali) Keate, of Orlando Fl and Whitney (Kolten) Meik of SLC, Ut. Later divorced. Steve was employed for years by First Health in Telecommunications. There he met Amy Buckley and married Sept. 19, 1992. They had one daughter, Kayla Keate of Logan, Ut. Later divorced.Steve moved to Washington, Utah to be near his parents where he worked for RAM for many years. His children are grateful for their grandfather’s support of their Dad in his final years. He is survived by his Father, sister Lisa Michelle (Greg) Wayman of Centerville, his children, 3 grandchildren, Zoey and Mila Keate and Kyler Meik, 2 nieces and a nephew. Steve is preceded in death by his mother, grandparents and special friends and family members including a dear cousin Cris Griffith. A viewing will be held Thurs. evening Jan. 25th from 6-7 p.m. Taylorsville North Stake Center, 1250 Atherton Drive, Taylorsville, Utah. His children invite all to stay for his favorite, spice cake and ice cream, and share memories of their father at 7 p.m. Please come and lift our spirits with stories of your time with our Dad. In lieu of flowers, please hug your loved ones and take time to sit with anyone you know who may be struggling at this time. We never know the burdens of this life one is carrying.

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Wendy Lynn Pickard

Jul 24, 1953 - Jan 13, 2024

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Washington, UT

Washington, Utah – Wendy Lynn Pickard, 70, passed away January 13, 2024. She was born July 24, 1953 in Salt Lake City, Utah to Lloyd and Jean Worthen. She married Steven Pickard. Funeral services will be held Saturday, January 20, 2024, at 10:00 a.m. in the Washington Fields16th Ward Chapel, 1295 South 3000 East, St. George, Utah. A visitation will be held Saturday, prior to services, from 8:30 a.m. to 9:30 a.m. at the church. **Please revisit our website for full obituary. Thank you. To plant Memorial Trees in memory of Wendy Lynn Pickard, please click here to visit our Sympathy Store.

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José Silva Muñiz

Dec 08, 1929 - Jan 04, 2024

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Washington Terrace, UT

"In Loving Memory of José Silva Muñiz José Silva Muñiz, a pillar of strength and a beacon of love, peacefully passed away at the age of 94 on January 4, 2024. Born on December 8th, 1929, in Atapaneo, Mexico, José was the beloved son of José Muñiz and Ana Maria Silva. At the age of 26, driven by a relentless determination to forge a better life, José embarked on a journey to the United States in 1955. He began his endeavors working in the orchard fields of California and later contributed seven years of hard work to the railroad industry in Yubacity, California. In 1968, José married the love of his life, Guadalupe Amaya, and together they built a beautiful family. Their first-born daughter, Anita, entered the world in Yubacity, California. Subsequently, the family moved to Afton, Wyoming in 1970, where they welcomed two more daughters, Alicia and Patricia. In the 1970s, José dedicated himself to the logging industry from 1970 to 1977, contributing his hard work and skills to this demanding field. Later, he transitioned to a position at Maverick, where he worked in maintenance until his well-deserved retirement in 1994. Among his many interests, José had a passion for radios and even demonstrated his ingenuity by building a radio capable of capturing signals from Asia. He also enjoyed working with small engines and electrical projects, showcasing his skill and dedication. A devout member and patriarch of the Spanish speaking Seventh-Day Adventist Church, José not only practiced his faith but also took on the role of a spiritual leader within his own home. He conducted sermons in the family\u0027s living room, fostering a deep connection with God and instilling values that would endure through generations. José Silva Muñiz was a man of unwavering faith and boundless love for his entire family. His strength, care, love, affirmation, warmth, and motivation were constants in the lives of those fortunate enough to know him. He never allowed anyone to forget the profound love that God held for each and every one of us. He is survived by his loving wife, Guadalupe Amaya, three beautiful daughters, Anita (Tom) Cottam, Alicia Cottam, and Patricia (Ruben) Parra, along with 20 grandchildren and 6 great-grandchildren. He is preceded in death by his parents and sister, Rafaela Muñiz Colin. The family expresses heartfelt gratitude to Dr. Kurt Rifleman, MD., for his attentive and tender care, Dr. John Markeson, MD., and all his staff, as well as JaCoy and Cindy with Elevation Hospice for their unwavering support during his last days. A celebration of life will be held at Seventh-Day Adventist Church 410 West 5200 South, Washington Terrace, Utah, 84405. Viewing service will be held on January 8th, 2024 from 6:00p.m to 8:00p.m. Funeral service will be held January 9th, 2024 at 11:00a.m. Interment at Brigham City Cemetery. As we remember and celebrate the remarkable life of José Silva Muñiz, let us honor his legacy by continuing to embrace the values he so passionately lived by. May his spirit of love and devotion live on in our hearts, providing comfort and inspiration in the days to come. Above all, all honor and glory to God. Spanish version for obituary: En Memoria de José Silva Muñiz José Silva Muñiz, un pilar de fortaleza y un faro de amor, falleció pacíficamente a la edad de 94 años el 4 de enero de 2024. Nació el 8 de diciembre de 1929 en Atapaneo, México, siendo el amado hijo de José Muñiz y Ana María Silva. A los 26 años, impulsado por una determinación incansable de forjar una vida mejor, José emprendió un viaje a los Estados Unidos en 1955. Comenzó trabajando en los campos de huertos de California y posteriormente dedicó siete años de arduo trabajo a la industria ferroviaria en Yubacity, California. En 1968, José contrajo matrimonio con el amor de su vida, Guadalupe Amaya, y juntos construyeron una hermosa familia. Su primera hija, Anita, llegó al mundo en Yubacity, California. Posteriormente, la familia se mudó a Afton, Wyoming, en 1970, donde dieron la bienvenida a dos hijas más, Alicia y Patricia. En la década de 1970, José se dedicó a la industria maderera de 1970 a 1977, aportando su arduo trabajo y habilidades a este exigente campo. Más tarde, pasó a trabajar en Maverick, desempeñándose en mantenimiento hasta su merecido retiro en 1994. Entre sus muchos intereses, José tenía pasión por las radios y demostró su ingenio al construir una radio capaz de captar señales desde Asia. También disfrutaba trabajando con pequeños motores y proyectos eléctricos, mostrando su habilidad y dedicación. Devoto miembro y patriarca de la Iglesia Adventista del Séptimo Día de habla hispana, José no solo practicaba su fe, sino que también asumía el papel de líder espiritual en su propio hogar. Realizaba sermones en la sala de estar de la familia, fomentando una profunda conexión con Dios e inculcando valores que perdurarían a lo largo de las generaciones. José Silva Muñiz fue un hombre de fe inquebrantable y amor infinito por toda su familia. Su fuerza, cuidado, amor, afirmación, calidez y motivación fueron constantes en la vida de quienes tuvieron la fortuna de conocerlo. Nunca permitió que nadie olvidara el profundo amor que Dios tenía por cada uno de nosotros. Le sobreviven su amada esposa, Guadalupe Amaya, tres hermosas hijas, Anita (Tom) Cottam, Alicia Cottam y Patricia (Ruben) Parra, junto con 20 nietos y 6 bisnietos. Le precedieron en la muerte sus padres y su hermana, Rafaela Muñiz Colin. La familia expresa su más sincero agradecimiento al Dr. Kurt Rifleman, MD, por su cuidado atento y tierno, al Dr. John Markeson, MD, y a todo su personal, así como a JaCoy y Cindy con Elevation Hospice por su apoyo inquebrantable en sus últimos días. Se llevará a cabo una celebración de la vida en la Iglesia Adventista del Séptimo Día, ubicada en 410 West 5200 South, Washington Terrace, Utah, 84405. El servicio de velación se llevará a cabo el 8 de enero de 2024, de 6:00 p.m. a 8:00 p.m. El servicio funerario se realizará el 9 de enero de 2024 a las 11:00 a.m. El entierro se llevará a cabo en el Cementerio de Brigham City. Al recordar y celebrar la notable vida de José Silva Muñiz, honremos su legado al continuar abrazando los valores que vivió con pasión. Que su espíritu de amor y devoción perdure en nuestros corazones, brindando consuelo e inspiración en los días venideros. Sobre todo, toda honra y gloria a Dios."

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Derrin Bruce Pollock

Feb 15, 1978 - Dec 19, 2023

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Washington, UT

Derrin Bruce Pollock, age 45, of Washington, UT passed away on December 19, 2023. He was born in Las Vegas, Nevada to Dale and Shauna Pollock. His family moved to Washington, UT when Derrin was 5 years old, and he attended Washington Elementary, Pine View Middle School, and graduated from Pine view High School in 1997. Derrin was also an Eagle Scout. He took welding classes in high school and went on to make that his profession. He worked for many years at St. George Steele. Derrin also had a true love for pets of all kinds, he had salt-water fish tanks for many years and loved to entertain his nieces and nephews by showing them his latest fish, and he was very passionate about all his hobbies and interests. Derrin was very kind-hearted and could look past people’s differences and be a friend to everyone. He was a little quirky and loved to make you laugh. Another of his interests was bowling, he bowled on leagues for many years and on March 4, 2002, he bowled his first perfect score of 300, then he went on to bowl his second 300 on Jan 25, 2016, both at Dixie Bowl in St. George. Derrin was also the proud father of two children who he loved very much. Derrin was preceded in death by his grandparents, Woodruff Pollock and Arda Faux Pollock; grandfather, Russel Gibson; and his father, Dale Bruce Pollock. He is survived by his son, Brodie James Pollock; daughter, Trianna Shaylynn Pollock; mother, Shauna Pollock; and siblings: Brent Dale Pollock (Tracy), Trisha Pollock Slaugh (Jaymon), and Angela Pollock Hafen (Kelvin). A graveside service will be held on January 13, 2024 at 11 am at the Washington City Cemetery, 300 Park View Drive, Washington, Utah.To plant Memorial Trees in memory of Derrin Bruce Pollock, please click here to visit our Sympathy Store.

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Harvey Wendell Casey

Feb 23, 1938 - Dec 21, 2023

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Washington, UT

Harvey Wendell Casey was born February 23, 1938, to Wendell Harvey Casey and June Genevieve Casey (Lamb) in Crawfordsville, Indiana and passed away on December 21, 2023, at Ovation Sienna Hills, Washington, UT. Harvey was a beloved son, brother, husband, father, and grandfather, and great grandfather and he will be deeply missed by his family and friends. Harvey was raised as United Methodist member, but he supported all his kids that were raised as active members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. As a younger child he lived in Indiana and then the family moved to Burbank, CA where he attended school until his sophomore year. His family then moved to Lancaster, CA. Harvey was raised as an outdoorsman with his father and mother enjoying family fishing and hunting trips every year. In Lancaster at Antelope Valley High, Harvey excelled in his academics, student government and sports. Harvey graduated from Antelope Valley High in Lancaster CA and lettered in three sports (Baseball, Football and Basketball). He was also Senior Class President at Antelope Valley High. After high school he was offered a scholarship to play baseball as a pitcher for Fresno State where he pitched for four years and helped Fresno State make it to the college world series and pitched in multiple college world series games. Years later he was enshrined in the Fresno State Hall of Fame. At Fresno State, Harvey met and married Janice (Jan) Elaine Rutherford his junior year and then finished his degree his senior year at Fresno State. Being drafted out of college and reporting for spring training in Florida, he missed his graduation ceremony (Business and Engineering) to pursue his dream of playing professional baseball. He was drafted by the Red Sox’s organization and played for the Alpine Cowboys, farm team in Texas. Not loving the traveling and being gone from home weeks at a time and with a growing family and needing to stay at home and make a better living he decided to leave baseball and put his degree to use in business and worked next 40 years in the glass and plastic industry as an engineer and holding various management positions. He became a Titan in the plastics industry which changed consumer products forever. Harvey presided over the operations and engineering projects that would put the 2-liter soft drink industry into plastic bottles. During his 1st 23 years in the industry, he moved to various jobs in different states which would set him up to lead. During his last 17 years in the industry, he became President and CEO of three different companies Setco (Anaheim CA), Texberry Plastics (Houston, TX) and Tubed Products (East Hampton, MA). He loved fishing, hunting, and playing basketball, softball, and golfing in his leisure time. He also loved to coach youth in basketball. With divorce ending his first marriage and family being the most important thing in his life, Harvey made it a priority to spend every vacation with his kids. Vacations and weekends were countless road trips, fishing trips, beaches, camping, water skiing, amusement parks, barbecues, swimming, etc. Years later with kids off to college or married, a close friend of Harvey’s introduced him to Hildegard and set them up. The rest is history. Hildegard and Harvey were inseparable and did everything together for the next 36 years. She, along with his kids became his strength. She was even with him, his last day before he slipped into the next life. He is survived by his current wife of 36 years Hildegard (Schmidt) Casey. He is also survived by his former wife of 14 years Jan (Rutherford) Casey (whom he had 5 children and remained friends with over the years), 18 grandchildren and 18 great-grandchildren. He is survived by his four sons and daughter and their spouses. Alan (Kathleen) Casey; his two grandchildren, Tyler (Kenzie) Casey (2 great grandchildren) & Austin (Leia) Casey. Ron (a.k.a. Gary) & (Barbara) Casey; his six grandchildren RJ (Carli) Casey (4 great grandchildren), Ryan, Ashley (Nathan) Speaker (5 great grandchildren), Meagan (1 great grandchild), Kaylee (Cody) Pike (2 great grandchildren) & Hunter (Ciara) Casey. Sue (Mike) McNall: his two grandchildren Shalee (Travis) Clark (one great grandchild) & Joshua (Sierra) McNall. Keith (Kim) Casey: his three grandchildren Mitchell (Maddy) Casey (3 great grandchildren), Trent (Hannah) Casey & Jason (Abby). Kevin (Michelle) Casey; his five grandchildren Aubrey, Tiffany, Conner, Tyson and Carson. He is also survived by his favorite sister Clara (Lee) Chereshkoff and his two nephews Brian (Cheryl) Chereshkoff & great grandniece Briana and Darryl (Christy) Chereshkoff & great grandniece Sofie. He was preceded in death by his father Wendell H. Casey and his mother June G. Casey of Lancaster, CA. A private memorial service for family will be held on January 6, 2023, at 11:00am at: Anderson & Goff Mortuary11859 South 700 EastDraper, UT 84020 The service will be livestreamed on the Anderson & Goff Mortuary Facebook Page at the following link: https://www.facebook.com/pages/category/Funeral-Service---Cemetery/Anderson-Goff-Mortuary-293949407707203/ (The livestream video will appear when the service starts.)

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JoAnne Dowdell McAllister

Sep 17, 1933 - Dec 23, 2023

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Washington, UT

JoAnne McAllisterLas Vegas, Nevada Our beloved mother, grandmother and great grandmother, JoAnne Dowdell McAllister, 90, passed away from conditions associated with Alzheimer’s disease, on Friday, December 23, 2023, at her residence in Washington, Utah. JoAnne was born on September 17, 1933, in Panguitch, Utah. She is the youngest of five daughters born to James Erroll and Nettie Arvilla McEwen Dowdell. JoAnne was raised in Panguitch – right on Main Street. She graduated from Panguitch High School, where she was popular among her peers and involved in myriad activities, including being named the FFA Sweetheart of 1951. In high school, JoAnne worked at the Flying M Café, which is still a viable business in Panguitch under a new name. Following graduation, JoAnne married Karl McAllister, her high school beau. They were sealed for time and all eternity in the St. George Temple on July 17, 1953. JoAnne and Karl have three children: Kim Steven Karl and Melanie. Following high school, JoAnne worked as a telephone operator in town while Karl relocated to Logan, Utah to pursue his degree in engineering and enter the Air Force ROTC. JoAnne stayed busy working at the phone company and caring for her parents, looking forward to visits from Karl during occasional weekend and holiday breaks. After Karl’s graduation and entrance into the Air Force they were transferred to San Antonio, Texas. JoAnne gave birth to their first daughter, Kim, during their next assignment in Reno, Nevada. Karl’s following assignment was all the way across the country at Fort Dix Air Force Base in Trenton, New Jersey, the farthest JoAnne had ever been from home. It was challenging to be alone with a small child in a strange place where she knew no one while Karl was flying assignments and gone for lengthy periods at a time, but of necessity, JoAnne quickly became very independent. Their son, Steven Karl, was born three years later in Trenton, New Jersey, and quickly became the joy of the whole family. JoAnne was active in the Officers’ Wives Club in their various military communities and was continually involved in good works with her family, church and social responsibilities. She was a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and held various calling in the Primary and Relief Society over the years, and served as a temple worker in both the Albuquerque and Las Vegas Temples. She was known for her integrity, honesty and reliability, which made her valuable to her employers later on. But the job JoAnne loved the most was that of becoming grandmother to her eight grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren! Herlegacy to her family has been one of establishing traditions through meals, holidays, gifts and love. JoAnne is the glue that has strengthened the bonds of the McAllister family for more than seven decades. Some of JoAnne’s favorite experiences and memories came from their opportunities to visit and travel with their son, Steven, as his career took him to exotic, faraway places. JoAnne loved seeing the world, especially from the perspective of one who spent all of her life until she was grown in one small town. JoAnne and Karl were transferred to several subsequent military bases including Dayton, Ohio and Albuquerque, New Mexico, where they lived until 2012, when they moved to Las Vegas, Nevada, to be closer to their daughters and grandchildren who resided there. In Las Vegas JoAnne was in close proximity to all eight grandchildren and immersed herself in supporting them, counseling with them, and caring for them. She has always been an integral and important part of her children’s and grandchildren’s lives. JoAnne was a compassionate, generous, service-oriented person always trying to help those in need. Nothing can fill the void left by a beloved mother, grandmother and great grandmother who shared her love so generously with her family and friends. Her legacy was the importance she placed on her family and the kindness she expressed to all. She will be greatly missed by us all. She is survived by her husband, Karl; children: Kim (Randy) Brown; Steven McAllister (Tom Nemec), Melanie (Wesley) Williams; 8 grandchildren and 7 great-grandchildren; and several nieces and nephews. JoAnne is preceded in death by her parents; and her sisters: Maureen Goff, June Van Hemert, Donna Smith and Lucille Tebbs; her niece Vickie Tebbs Walker; and her nephew Brad Liston. Funeral services will be held on Saturday, January 6, 2024 at 10:00 a.m. in the Washington 10th Branch, 1500 Ridge View Drive in Washington, Utah. Burial will be in the Panguitch Utah Cemetery at 1:30 p.m. Funeral Directors: Magleby Mortuary, Richfield, Salina and Manti. Full obituary and online guestbook at www.maglebymortuary.com

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Lynn Brklacich

Feb 13, 1944 - Dec 04, 2023

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Washington, UT

Washington, Utah - Lynn L. Brklacich, 79, passed away December 4, 2023. She was born February 13, 1944, in Grand Rapids, Michigan to William and Rosemary McElwain. Lynn was born in Michigan and grew up in Minnesota. She moved to Southern California in her early adulthood. Her occupation was Accounting for many years in Southern California. She enjoyed working and loved numbers, often referring to as a "work-a-holic. " She moved to Southern Utah for Semi-retirement as she still worked part time preparing peoples' taxes. She never could quite give up accounting completely. As for hobbies, she enjoyed photography and hiking and has a love for art. She has a large collection of photographs of interesting hiking trips to beautiful places in Utah. Lynn enjoyed being social with friends frequently going to events and dinners. She loved to spend time with family, especially holidays with her grandchildren. Although very social, she also treasured her "alone time" relaxing, reading a book, doing a crossword puzzle, or working on her "Bead Art. " There are many beautiful Bead Art Portraits hanging up in her home. Because of her love of numbers and crosswords, she ended up taking on Suduko puzzles as well. A lover of cats, she rescued and adopted many cats over the years. They all grew to adore her as she took very good care of them, spoiling them, making their home enjoyable, comfortable, and providing unconditional love. Her cats were a huge part of her life. She will be greatly missed. Lynn is survived by her two sisters, Cindy and Cheryl, her son Scott and her five Grandchildren, Kyle, Scott, Alyssa, Morgan, and Megan. Graveside services will be held Monday, December 18, 2023, at 1:00 p. m. in the Washington City Cemetery, 300 Park View Drive, Washington, Utah. A visitation will be held Monday, prior to services, from 11:30 a. m. to 12:30 p. m. at Metcalf Mortuary, 288 West St. George Blvd. , St. George, Utah. Graveside services will be held Monday, December 18, 2023, at 1:00 p. m. in the Washington City Cemetery, 300 Park View Drive, Washington, Utah. A visitation will be held Monday, prior to services, from 11:30 a. m. to 12:30 p. m. at Metcalf Mortuary, 288 West St. George Blvd. , St. George, Utah. To plant Memorial Trees in memory of Lynn Brklacich, please click here to visit our Sympathy Store.

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