Clifton Glen Livingston

12/23/1928 ~ 9/2/2018

LivingstonGlenClifton Glen Livingston Jr. passed away peacefully surrounded by his family on Sunday September 2, 2018. Glen was born December 23, 1928, in Moroni, Utah, to Clifton Glen Livingston Sr. and Minnie Irene Nielsen Livingston. He married the love of his life, Nell Anderson, on September 1, 1947. They spent their 71st Anniversary together the day before his passing as he lovingly cared for his sweetheart through his last breath. They are the parents of 4 children. Glen was a spiritual man who loved the Lord. He will be remembered most for taking care of and loving his family. He cherished and found great joy in the time they spent together. He was fearlessly loyal and supported his children and grandchildren in everything, cheering them on no matter what. Glen loved fishing and deer hunting and especially BYU football and basketball. He loved to be with his family and friends on these special outings. He raised and raced Quarter Horses as one of his many hobbies. He was very proud of his Scottish Heritage. Those who knew him well called him Glenco. He worked hard his entire life and was well known for his “brute strength.” He could work longer and harder than almost anyone. Glen was always there when you needed a hand and utilized his abilities and in-born instincts to make it possible for him to repair anything. He was preceded in death by his parents, sister Afton, sister Valear, brother Bernus, brother Glade, and his great granddaughter Hannah.
He is survived by his wife Nell, his sister Jean (Glade), his children, Craig, Julie (Bus), Jerry (Teri), Darrin (Susan), 11 grandchildren, 17 great-grandchildren and many loving nieces and nephews.
The viewing and funeral will be held at the Moroni LDS Chapel located at 82 North Center Street in Moroni, Utah, on Saturday, September 8, 2018. The viewing will be from 10:00 am to 11:30 am with the funeral beginning at Noon. Interment in the Moroni City Cemetery. Online condolence at rasmussenmortuary.com

One Response to “Clifton Glen Livingston”

  1. Amy Ivory says:

    I had the wonderful privilege of getting to know them both. Such fantastic people. My thoughts and prayers .

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