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Roy Brownson Jr

Dec 10, 1930 - Sep 02, 2023

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Washington Terrace, UT

Roy Ezra Brownson Jr. 1930-2023 Having been born of goodly parents, Gale Isabel McFarland and Roy Ezra Brownson Sr. , Roy Ezra Brownson Jr. was born December 10, 1930 in Salt Lake City, Utah. He passed away September 2, 2023 at his home in Washington Terrace, Utah. Roy was reared and educated in Salt Lake City, moving to Ogden in 1946, where he graduated from Weber High School in 1950. He met the love of his life, Sherley Alice Findlay, January 24, 1951 and was married 41 days later, March 5, 19...Read More

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José Silva Muñiz

Dec 08, 1929 - Jan 04, 2024

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"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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Roy Brownson Jr

Dec 10, 1930 - Sep 02, 2023

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Washington Terrace, UT

Roy Ezra Brownson Jr. 1930-2023 Having been born of goodly parents, Gale Isabel McFarland and Roy Ezra Brownson Sr. , Roy Ezra Brownson Jr. was born December 10, 1930 in Salt Lake City, Utah. He passed away September 2, 2023 at his home in Washington Terrace, Utah. Roy was reared and educated in Salt Lake City, moving to Ogden in 1946, where he graduated from Weber High School in 1950. He met the love of his life, Sherley Alice Findlay, January 24, 1951 and was married 41 days later, March 5, 1951, in the Salt Lake Temple. Roy served in the Utah Army National Guard during the Korean War and worked at Hill Air Force Base as an aircraft mechanic, retiring after 36 years of service. After retirement, he volunteered at the Ogden Regional Hospital for over 20 years. He was a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints where he was a member of the Washington Terrace 5th and 7th wards. He served in many positions in the ward and stake over the years. Roy enjoyed playing golf, watching the Ogden Raptors and singing in the community choir. He loved serving his church and neighbors. The highlight of this last year was being asked to be the grand marshal of the Washington Terrace Days parade. Roy is survived by his son, Roy "Gene" (Chris) Brownson; three daughters, Robyn (Don) Stanger, Pattiann Thomas, and Sheryl Sherman; sister, Julia May Taylor; brother, Marin Brownson; 14 grandchildren; and 31 great-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his parents, Roy Sr. and Gale Brownson; and brother, George Bronson. Funeral services will be held Saturday, September 9, 2023, at 11 a. m. at eh Wahington Terrace 5th Ward, 350 W. 5100 S. Viewings will be held Friday, September 8th between 6 and 8 p. m. at Myers Ogden Mortuary, 845 Washington Blvd. , and Saturday between 10 and 10:45 a. m. at the church. Interment: Evergreen Memorial Park, 100 Monroe Blvd. The services will be recorded and post on Roy's obituary after the service Saturday. To to the family or in memory of Roy Ezra Brownson Jr. , please

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Oswaldo Padron

Nov 27, 1939 - Aug 17, 2023

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Washington Terrace, UT

Oswaldo Jose Ganem Padron, 83, passed away on August 17, 2023, in Washington Terrace, Utah. He was born on November 27, 1939, in Naguanagua, Venezuela to Esteban Ganem and Ana Lucia Padron. Oswaldo married Libia Teresa Rios in Valencia, Venezuela on 1972. They were later sealed for time and all eternity in the Orlando, Florida LDS Temple on 1995. He served as a Bishop and in many callings within the church and was a faithful member. He graduated with a bachelor's degree in Agronomy, he was an expert in the science of soil management and crop production. His passion was farming, his folk music and being surrounded by horses and cattle. He loved his family with devotion and entire dedication. Oswaldo is survived by his wife Libia Ganem, son Oswaldo (Ozzy) Ganem, and daughter Linda Ganem and 6 grandchildren. The Funeral Service will be August 26, 2023, at Myers Mortuary, 845 Washington Blvd. , Ogden, Utah. Friends and family may gather for a visitation on Saturday from (4:00-5:00). The funeral service will begin at 5:00 P. M. To watch the funeral service, it will be recorded and posted at the bottom of Oswaldo's obituary at www. myers-mortuary. com where condolences may also be sent to the family. En Espanol / In Spanish Oswaldo Jose Ganem Padron, 83, fallecio el 17 Agosto del 2023 en Washington Terrace, Utah. El nacio el 27 de Noviembre de 1939 en Naguanagua, Venezuela, hijo de Esteban Ganem y Ana Lucia Padron Oswaldo contrajo matrimonio con Libia Teresa Rios en Valencia, Venezuela en 1972. Luego se sellaron por tiempo y eternidad en el Templo de Orlando, Florida en 1995. El sirvio como Obispo y en muchos otros llamamientos de la iglesia y fue siempre un miembro fiel. Se graduo como Agronomo en el ano 1965. El fue un profesional en la ciencia de la Produccion Agropecuaria. Su passion era su campo, su musica llanera y estar rodeado de vacas y caballos Amo a su familia con devocion y con total entrega. A Oswaldo le sobreviven su esposa Libia Ganem, su hijo Oswaldo (Ozzy) Ganem, su hija Linda Ganem y sus 6 nietos. Los servicios funerales se llevaron a cabo el 26 de Agosto del 2023 en la funeraria Myers Mortuary, 845 Washington Blvd, Ogden, Utah. Los amigos y familiares podran reunirse para compartir sus condolencias el Sabado de 4pm a 5pm. El servicio funeral comenzara a las 5:00 P. M. Para ver el servicio funeral, se grabara y se colocara al final del Obituario, www. myers-mortuary. com, donde tambien se podran enviar condolencias a la familia. To to the family or in memory of Oswaldo Ganem Padron, please

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Oswald Padron

Nov 27, 1939 - Aug 17, 2023

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Washington Terrace, UT

Oswaldo Jose Ganem Padron, 83, passed away on August 17, 2023, in Washington Terrace, Utah. He was born on November 27, 1939, in Naguanagua, Venezuela to Esteban Ganem and Ana Lucia Padron. Oswaldo married Libia Teresa Rios in Valencia, Venezuela on 1972. They were later sealed for time and all eternity in the Orlando, Florida LDS Temple on 1995. He served as a Bishop and in many callings within the church and was a faithful member. He graduated with a bachelor's degree in Agronomy, he was an expert in the science of soil management and crop production. His passion was farming, his folk music and being surrounded by horses and cattle. He loved his family with devotion and entire dedication. Oswaldo is survived by his wife Libia Ganem, son Oswaldo (Ozzy) Ganem, and daughter Linda Ganem and 6 grandchildren. The Funeral Service will be August 26, 2023, at Myers Mortuary, 845 Washington Blvd. , Ogden, Utah. Friends and family may gather for a visitation on Saturday from (4:00-5:00). The funeral service will begin at 5:00 P. M. To watch the funeral service, it will be recorded and posted at the bottom of Oswaldo's obituary at www. myers-mortuary. com where condolences may also be sent to the family. En Espanol / In Spanish Oswaldo Jose Ganem Padron, 83, fallecio el 17 Agosto del 2023 en Washington Terrace, Utah. El nacio el 27 de Noviembre de 1939 en Naguanagua, Venezuela, hijo de Esteban Ganem y Ana Lucia Padron Oswaldo contrajo matrimonio con Libia Teresa Rios en Valencia, Venezuela en 1972. Luego se sellaron por tiempo y eternidad en el Templo de Orlando, Florida en 1995. El sirvio como Obispo y en muchos otros llamamientos de la iglesia y fue siempre un miembro fiel. Se graduo como Agronomo en el ano 1965. El fue un profesional en la ciencia de la Produccion Agropecuaria. Su passion era su campo, su musica llanera y estar rodeado de vacas y caballos Amo a su familia con devocion y con total entrega. A Oswaldo le sobreviven su esposa Libia Ganem, su hijo Oswaldo (Ozzy) Ganem, su hija Linda Ganem y sus 6 nietos. Los servicios funerales se llevaron a cabo el 26 de Agosto del 2023 en la funeraria Myers Mortuary, 845 Washington Blvd, Ogden, Utah. Los amigos y familiares podran reunirse para compartir sus condolencias el Sabado de 4pm a 5pm. El servicio funeral comenzara a las 5:00 P. M. Para ver el servicio funeral, se grabara y se colocara al final del Obituario, www. myers-mortuary. com, donde tambien se podran enviar condolencias a la familia. To to the family or in memory of Oswald Ganem Padron, please

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Rachel Hubler

Died : Jun 07, 2023

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Washington Terrace, UT

Rachel Anne Hubler of Washington Terrace Utah left this life on June 7, 2023. For 40 years she blessed the lives of those fortunate to know her. The theme of her life was to comfort anyone who needed comfort, and this was not limited to humans. She loved all creatures, including dogs, cats, guinea pigs, rats, bunnies, and hamsters. While her husband grew up on a ranch, Rachel helped him change from "no dogs in the house" to "can we get another basset hound, and it's fine if she sleeps on the bed with us. " She adored her family, especially those cousins, nieces, and nephews whose lives she brightened with gifts, games, and pickleball classes. She had more hobbies than most, and these included fly fishing, crafting, repairing everything in the house at least once, camping, succulents, and finding fossils and rocks. Her career left an impact on so many people including medical patients, students, and the coworkers blessed enough to hear her laughter and see her kind smile. Those in the know called her one of the meatballs. She worked constantly to build core memories with her family. This included attending sporting events, traveling across the world, finding a quiet spot in the Uintas to camp, and outfishing Dan more times than he would like to admit. Rachel was preceded in death by her Grandparents Bill & Lavora Burton and Don & Dorothy Medell. Rachel is survived by her husband Daniel, birth daughter, Jessica Hirschi, parents William and Patricia Medell of Roy, siblings Dan (Jennifer) Medell of Roy, Mike (Janelle) Medell of Layton, Jim (Holly) Medell of Beaverton, Oregon, and Sarah (Jeremy) Jex of Grantsville. Her legacy of kindness, empathy, and love will live on with the many people she helped. We are all better for having known Rachel. Funeral services will take place Wednesday, June 14 at 11am at the Washington Terrace 2nd Ward building, 4855 S 300 W Washington Terrace, UT 84405 Internment will take place with immediate family at the Roy City Cemetery at 5200 S 2300 W, Roy Utah, 84067 In lieu of flowers, we are inviting you to help us honor Rachel's legacy with a donation to The Rachel Medell Hubler Memorial Scholarship with Weber State University. To to the family or in memory of Rachel Anne (Medell) Hubler, please

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Lois Dunn

May 24, 1945 - Jan 31, 2023

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Washington Terrace, UT

Lois May Richan Dunn, 77, passed away January 31, 2023 in Washington Terrace, Utah. Lois was born May 24, 1945 in Salt Lake City, Utah to Edgar Richan and Velma Thompson Richan. Lois grew up in Box Elder County where she graduated from Box Elder High School. She married William J. Ronald Dunn on June 19, 1964 in Mantua, Utah; their marriage was later solemnized in the Ogden Temple on January 13, 1979. Lois was active in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and served in many church callings. She enjoyed camping, sewing, canning and loved making candy with her granddaughters. Lois is survived by her children LeAnn (Dale) Bowman, Peggy Johnson and Ronald 'Lamar' (Sandee) Dunn; 16 grandchildren and 24 great-grandchildren. Also survived by 3 sisters and 1 brother. She was preceded in death by W. Ronald Dunn her husband of 48 years; her parents, 5 sisters; 4 brothers; 2 granddaughters; 1 grandson and her son Keary Dunn. Funeral services will be held at 11 a. m. on Monday, February 6, 2023 at Myers Mortuary, 845 Washington Blvd. Viewings will be held at Myers on Sunday, February 5th from 6 to 8 p. m. and Monday prior to the service from 9:40 to 10:40 a. m. Interment will be at Evergreen Memorial Park, 100 Monroe Blvd. Lois's service will be live streamed and can be watched on her obituary page located at www. myers-mortuary. com the day of the service and can be watched after indefinitely.

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Terrie Carlson

Apr 02, 1954 - May 16, 2022

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Washington Terrace, UT

Terrie (Blue) Lee Howard Carlson, age 68, our devoted wife, mother, grandmother, sister, and friend, passed away on May 16, 2022, at Ogden Regional Medical Center in Washington Terrace, Utah. She was born at St. Marks Hospital, Salt Lake City, UT to Glen Ray Howard and Eva Lorraine Marshall on April 2, 1954. Raised in North Salt Lake City, UT, Terrie attended Adelaide Elementary, South Davis Jr. High, and Viewmont High Schools. She was very industrious and while attending high school, she worked two jobs to help support her mother and family. She realized a longtime dream in 1985 by attending the International Air Academy in Vancouver, Washington and becoming a Reservation Agent. Terrie met Donald R. Carlson at Quicks Inn in North Salt Lake on Friday the 13th in April, 1984, while waiting for a bus to go to a job interview in Salt Lake City, UT. They got talking and Terrie missed the bus. They went out to dinner after the missed bus and talked until 4:00 a. m. They were married Sept. 6, 1986, in Lake Tahoe, NV, honeymooning at Zephyr Cove, NV with their first dog/child Hank. They started out life together in a 5th wheel trailer and lived in Salt Lake City, UT, Reno, NV, Bountiful, UT, and Midway, UT. They bought a home in Morgan, UT in 1990, and settled there. Terrie was adventurous and enjoyed motorcycle hill climbing behind Donald hanging on for dear life, boating, water skiing, fishing, and camping. They enjoyed a wonderful life together for nearly 36 years. On April 29, 2022, Terrie suffered a brain aneurysm and hemorrhagic stroke and passed away 18 days later from complications, freeing her from years of pain and suffering from other ailments. She is preceded in death by her Father Glen Ray; Mother Eva Lorraine; sister Judy; and dog/children Hank, Silver, Chonga, Harley, Breeze, JakJak, and Hugo. She is survived by her husband Donald; sisters Becky Lynch, Kingman, AZ; Dixie Gagon, Morgan, UT; children: Shana, Mindy (Richard) Plumlee , Idaho Falls, ID; grandchildren: Katlynn, Shelby, Cortlynn Plumlee, Isaac Plumlee, and Zoey Plumlee. Graveside services will be held on Monday May 23, 2022 at 10:30 a. m. at South Morgan Cemetery (355 South State Street) A visitation will be held prior from 9 to 10 a. m. at Walker Mortuary (45 West 200 North, Morgan UT).

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Diane Balback

Apr 07, 1938 - Jan 06, 2022

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Washington Terrace, UT

Diane Elaine Thomas Sewell Humpherys BalbachApril 7, 1938 ~ January 6, 2022 Diane Elaine Thomas Balbach passed away 6 Jan. 2022 in Washington Terrace. She was born 7 April 1938, in Ogden, Utah, the daughter of Willis Madison Thomas and his 2nd wife, Ella Woodward. Diane had one other sister named Carole and some other siblings from her father's first wife. She attended Ogden High School and was married her senior year on 13 Feb. 1956 to James Sewell at Evanston, Uinta, Wyoming. She and James were parents of two children: Craig Sewell, of Portland, Oregon and Jill Sewell, who is deceased. James and Diane were later divorced. Diane married (2) 28 Feb. 1975, Grant Rich Humpherys, at Clearfield, Davis, Utah and they were later sealed in the Ogden Temple, 12 July 1983. Grant died 17 April 1985 of a massive heart attack in Ogden. He was buried at Lindquist's Washington Heights Memorial Park in Ogden. She married (3) 25 Nov. 1989, at Elko, Elko, Nevada, Paul August Balbach Jr. Diane was Paul's third wife. He had several children by his first wife. Paul died 21 Oct. 2000, at Ogden, Utah. He was laid to rest at Lindquist's Memorial Gardens of the Wasatch in Ogden. Diane loved her cat, Tommy and missed him when she moved out of her trailer at Viking Villa, Ogden. She is survived by her son, Craig Sewell and his daughter, Katie; also Shari Humpherys Franke, (Don), of Uintah Highlands and Carl Lindquist Humpherys, (Chris), of South Weber and their large families. Also, by a very dear friend, Teresa Peterson Warth (Phillip), of Paul, Idaho. She was buried Monday, Jan. 10th at 2:00 p. m. at Lindquist's Washington Heights Memorial Park, 4500 Washington Blvd. Services entrusted to Lindquist's Ogden Mortuary. To send flowers to the family or plant a tree in memory of Diane Elaine Thomas Sewell Humpherys Balback, please visit our floral store.

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Harry George

Died : Dec 31, 2020

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Washington Terrace, UT

HARRY DANIELS GEORGE Harry Daniels George Jr., age 96 of Washington Terrace, Utah passed away on December 31, 2020 of causes related to his age. He was born in New Jersey, the only son of Adelaide and Harry George. His only sister Mildred preceded him in death. He attended Seton Hall University in New Jersey and Weber State University. He served with the U.S. Air Force during WWII and the Korean War. In 1951 he married Nedra Hart in Utah. They were parents to 6 boys and 2 girls. His wife died suddenly in 1973, leaving him to raise the eight children on his own. He had been employed as an office manager in New Jersey and procurement assistant with the U.S. Forest Service and HAFB in Utah. After retirement, he had been the site manager for South Ogden Senior Center. He conducted a catering service from his home and worked part time at St Benedict's Hospital. He also volunteered at St. Benedict's Hospital where he enjoyed a close friendship with the Sisters of St. Benedict's. For many years, he and his late wife were involved in many church youth and community projects. Harry organized the St. Joseph's Senior Club, Fundraisers at Holy Family Church, Good Samaritans of South Ogden, and the We Love to Eat Club. He visited the elderly weekly in nursing homes and prepared homemade soup for those in need and distributed clothing to the poor. He also volunteered at Ogden Regional Hospital and served on the planning board for Senior Friends Club and helped conduct bus tours for seniors. He is survived by his eight children, Nora, Steve, Chris, Kevin, Sean, Tim, Brian, and Kathleen. He was a loving grandfather to 21 grandchildren and 20 great-grandchildren along with a special nephew Paul. He was preceded in death by one grandson. The family would like to thank the staff of the George Wahlen Veteran Home for their compassionate care. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to St. Jude's Children Hospital or the homeless shelters of Ogden. Private family services have been held.

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