Oleah Ann Carlson Mower

9/10/1945 ~ 8/27/1913

UnknownOleah Ann Carlson Mower passed away peacefully on August 27th, 2013 surrounded by her family. She was born on September 10, 1945 in Mt Pleasant, Utah to LaRae C Dyches. She married John Larry Mower on August 25, 1962. She was employed and retired from the Utah State Drivers License Division from May 1979 to December 2005. She enjoyed quilting, gardening, camping, and riding the trails. She always enjoyed having the family together, looking for deer, and chasing fire trucks. Mom was always very giving, big hearted, and charitable. She was preceded in death by her husband John Larry Mower; her parents Dean and LaRae Dyches; sister, RaNae Dyches (Seeley); and brother, Vernon (Derm) Dyches. Oleah is survived by her brother Danny Dyches, her children Christine (Chris) Johnson, Brad (Peggy) Mower, Sadie Stone, Ryan (Karen) Mower, 8 grandchildren, and 3 great grandchildren. Our special thanks to Mom’s best friend Keith Orton. Funeral services will be held on Wednesday September 4, 2013 at 11am at the Mt Pleasant North Stake Center located at 461 N. 300 W. Mt Pleasant, Utah. Viewings will be held Tuesday evening from 6 to 8pm at Rasmussen Mortuary at 96 N. 100 W. in Mt Pleasant and Wednesday from 9:30 to 10:30am at the North Stake Center. Interment at Moroni City Cemetery. The family is grateful to Salt Lake Regional ICU nurses and doctors for their compassionate care. Online condolences at rasmussenmortuary.com

13 Responses to “Oleah Ann Carlson Mower”

  1. Mont & Debbie Larsen says:

    Sadie, we are saddened for your loss, she was a great lady
    we will miss her smiling face. She will be missed at Friday bowling and red hat.

  2. Joyce Coates Rigby says:

    I am so sorry for your loss. Still had a lot of living to do. She was a close friend in high school. Class of 1963.
    I enjoyed visiting with her whenever I seen her in Mt. Pleasant.

  3. Nancy Larson says:

    We only met a few short years ago, yet she became a very special part of my life. A great lady, and bowling buddy. I will miss you.

  4. Leslie Jensen Clark says:

    I was so sorry to hear that Oleah had passed. She was one of my classmates in High School. She was always so fun to be around.

    May you, her family, feel peace and comfort as you go through this tender time. Stay close as a family and look forward to being with her and your dad again.

    Please know we are thinking about you. It’s hard to lose your parents.

  5. Jackie Gregory says:

    I am honored to say a few words about my Aunt Oleah. She was a cheerful, fun-loving lady who was so full of life. Her smile could light up a room and it was infectious. She made everyone around her happy. Whether it was a funny joke, her positive attitude, or her big smile, she was always so fun to be around. I was very blessed to have stayed with Aunt Oleah last October. What a wonderful visit, we talked for hours! She even made about 20 phone calls and hours on the phone to track down a childhood friend of my Dads for me. She did it! And I was reunited with my Dads friend that week. Thank you Aunt Oleah! That was how she was though. So caring and thoughtful of others. To my cousins, I love you all so much and am so sorry for the loss of your Mom. I love you Aunt Oleah and will Miss you so much. I know you are with Uncle Larry now and that makes me smile. When someone you love becomes a memory, the memory becomes a treasure and you Aunt Oleah were a treasure!!! I love you….

  6. Grant & Merna Parker says:

    To all you kids, we have such great memories of both your parents and you kids growing up in south Jordan, we were there when your dad passed, they were both very good friends
    we had some good times together as neighbors. Always remember the good times you had as a family and keep them in your hearts. Our blessng to you all. Grant and Merna

  7. Ruth Ann Haycock says:

    Aunt Oleah was the best! She was funny, outgoing and so giving and warm hearted! loved her! she is with Uncle Larry!

  8. Norma Drew says:

    Sadie dear, I feel as if I must express my condolences to you for the loss of your dear Mom. She was a dear friend to my son Dan Snarr. When Dan and Jay were down at your house I never had to worry about them. Thanks for being their friend and always know that your mom was a great lady.
    Norma Drew

  9. Skip Nielsen says:

    I want to offer my condolences to the family and friends of Oleah. I worked many years with her and always found her to be a great coworker, trustworthy friend and a happy and optimistic person. Like all who knew her, I will remember her fondly and miss her.

    Skip Nielsen

  10. Kathy Rosenlund says:

    I will always cherish the memories of my friendship with Oleah. She will be dearly missed. She was a special lady. To her children, keep the memories alive and always remember the love she had for each of you.

  11. Bob Standing says:

    I am sorry to hear of Oleahs passing. I worked with her many years at the DLD. She was a fun person to work with and go on the road to do Driver License work together. My condolences to her family. We will see her again on the other side of the vail.

  12. Jerry Ann Nunley says:

    so ver sorry to hear about you Mom, Grandma etc. I so enjoyed bowling with her and talking to her. She will be missed.

  13. Sheri Fawson says:

    I am saddened to hear of the passing of my dear friend Oleah Mower. Oleah and I enjoyed many years of friendship and we were in touch on Facebook upon her retirement and move to Mt. Pleasant. I wish for Oleah’s family to know of my great compassion for her struggles and it is my hope you are comforted to know she had only friends – she was loved by everyone whose life was touched by her friendship and generosity. Blessings to you, her lovely family.

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