Lida Verene Jensen Rostron

4/18/1936 ~ 8/26/2018

RostronIdaVereneCropLida Verene Jensen Rostron, 82 of Spring City, Utah passed away August 26th, 2018 surrounded by loved ones. Verene was born April 18th, 1936 to Max Gilbert Jensen and Lida B Christiansen Jensen.
During high school she met her Eternal Sweetheart Zeldon Roy “Tut” Rostron, who she married on October 28th, 1954 in the Manti Temple.
When Verene was 21 she was involved in an accident that changed not only her life but Roy’s life as well. The accident left her paralyzed from the waist down, but that didn’t stop her from living her life. Roy and Verene shared a sacred bond that few will ever know. Throughout her life she was an example of love, kindness, and inspired those around her. Verene never complained and always had a smile on her face. She was a loving wife and always took care of her husband Roy until her mission was complete. Verene enjoyed sewing, scrapbooking, and spent many hours making birthday cards and Christmas boxes.
She is survived by her loving husband Roy “Tut”, daughter Sherie (Val) Sorensen of Spring City, son Karl (Kelei) Rostron of Las Vegas, NV, daughter SherRane Rostron of Ephraim, and son Nate (Rhonda) Rostron of Spring City, 12 grandchildren, 19 great grandchildren, and 1 great great granddaughter all of who were the highlights of her life. Verene was proceeded in death by her parents and her brother Max Verland Jensen. Funeral services will be held Wednesday August 29th, 2018 at 11:00am at the Spring City Rock Church. Viewings will be held Tuesday August 28, 2018 from 6:00 – 8:00 p.m. at Rasmussen Mortuary and Wednesday from 9:30 -10:30 a.m. prior to services at the church. Interment to follow at the Spring City Cemetery.

8 Responses to “Lida Verene Jensen Rostron”

  1. I’ve lost my wonderful neighbor and dear friend. My morning walks just won’t be the same now as I pass that vacant home that was always full of love and laughter. Seeing Verene and Roy always brightened the day for me. Thank you Verene for your great example about enduring to the end. We send our love and prayers to you all. You have been and will continue to be a part of our family.

  2. JoAnn Graham says:

    My love and condolences to the Rostron family! Verene was a woman I admired my entire life. She always was smiling, was so kind, and patient. My Mother had a special friendship with her and when one of them was feeling especially down, the other would bring them a chocolate bar. I know the friendship will last through eternity. Sherie, I wish I could be there, but know that I am in spirit. I wish you all peace and comfort in the knowledge that families are forever! My love to each of you.

  3. Duane Hansen says:

    Since I was a little kid in the 50′s and we’d have family gatherings at the Parks or at Aunt Dorothy’s, I always saw and heard a cheerful greeting and a grand smile from Verene. Same goes for Tut. I never knew anyone who could maintain a cheerful countenance while suffering a disability like she did. What a full life she lived!

    My 1st cousins Tut and Verene will always be special people to my family (Preston, Barbara, Claudia and myself). God bless their family.

  4. Anonymous says:

    Dear family we are so deeply saddened at the news of your mom’s passing.with deepest sympathy love you guys

  5. Kriss & John says:

    It is with deepest sympathy that we learn of your mom and grandma’s passing. May God bless you and help you threw this difficult time

  6. Anonymous says:

    Verene was always a person that I looked up to and respected for being so strong and giving towards others. May your families be comforted.

  7. Marilyn Jensen says:

    Verene was always a person that I looked up to and respected for being so strong and giving towards others. May your families be comforted.

  8. Roy (Tut) am so sorry to see Vereens passing, she was a great person and you are a great guy. I have not seen you for a long long time, but I think of my classmates who I considered good friends. Accept our condolences,
    Les and Zell Rae Seely (Tuff)

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