Janet Joyce Salisbury Finn

12/1/1946 ~ 10/30/2018

FinnJanetCropJanet Joyce Salisbury Finn, age 71, of Fairview, UT passed away October 30, 2018 in Provo, UT. She was born December 1, 1946 in Idaho Falls, ID to Royal Salisbury Jr. & Eva Joyce Tunks. She married Micheal Eugene Finn on August 26, 1966 in the Idaho Falls LDS Temple. She is survived by her husband Mike Finn, Fairview, UT; children, Jana (Rhett) Prows, St. George, UT; Jim (Doug) Finn, Sandy, UT; Jeff (Carma) Finn, Herriman, UT; Jed Finn, West Jordan, UT; Joani (John) Jordan, West Jordan, UT; sister, Gwenn (Ray) Heileson, Driggs, ID. Janet also has 8 grandchildren with an additional grandchild expected in November and 5 great-grandchildren. Preceded in death by her parents and son, Jon Micheal Finn.
Janet was a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. She loved her religion, serving in various positions during her life, and she thoroughly enjoyed working in the Manti Temple for the last 8 years. Janet loved spending time doing family history work and had many hobbies including arts and crafts. She also enjoyed spending time with her children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren.
Funeral services will be held Monday, November 5, 2018 at 12:00pm in the Fairview 3rd Ward Chapel (100 N 131 E). Viewings Sunday 6-8 pm at Rasmussen Mortuary (96 N 100 W) in Mt. Pleasant, UT and Monday, 10:30-11:30 am at the church prior to services. Interment in the Fairview City Cemetery. Online condolence at www.rasmussenmortuary.com

7 Responses to “Janet Joyce Salisbury Finn”

  1. Mark and Amy Larsen says:

    The world has lost a beautiful soul. Mike and family we are so sorry for the loss of your precious Janet.

  2. L. Lincoln says:

    There are not enough words that can erase the deep pain you are experiencing at this time. However, I want to express my deepest sympathy for your loss. We can draw comfort from God’s comforting words at Psalms 62:8 that we can trust in him at all times and pour out our hearts to him. He is a God of refuge. He will give you the strength needed to endure over the next few days and months ahead. So, very sorry for your loss.

  3. Roxanna Kendall says:

    Janet always had a smile that reminded me of sunshine. She and I visited several times a month. She will be missed. Many condolences from Paul and Roxanna Kendall

  4. Nancy Peterson says:

    I loved working with Janet in the Manti temple. she had such a beautiful smile, and sparkling blue eyes that conveyed her special spirit to me. I will miss her so much, and send my thoughts and prayers of comfort to your family.

  5. Dennis and Fay Mason says:

    We are so sorry to hear about Janet. She will be greatly missed…out history goes back a long way. We’ve recently moved to Logan and will be unable to attend the funeral, but our thoughts are with you a this time.

  6. Lance and Tiffany Tempest says:

    Dear Mike,
    Our condolences to you and your family. It has been so many years since we’ve seen you, but our gratitude for your friendship while growing up has always been present. Janet was always so kind to us. I still remember her smile and relief when we all returned back home from those epic hunting trips. It is our prayer that you will feel peace in the days ahead. Please give our best to your kids and know that we will be thinking of you all.

    Best regards,
    Lance and Tiffany

  7. joan simons says:

    Dear Mike & family,
    My memories of Janet go back so many years when we were “homemaking specialists” in the Stake Relief Society. Spent so many hours in your kitchen planning, laughing and supervising our little kids. Janet’s talents, enthusiasm, beautiful smile and boundless energy made a that very time intensive calling one of the best memories of my life — because of Janet. Of course, Jerry & I also have fond memories of you, Mike, along with your willingness to give Jerry help and ideas from Kohler as we struggled to earn a living in home building. May you and your family be blessed. Remember you and Janet have made a difference! Love Joan Simons