Grant Scott Haslam

9/19/1933 ~ 3/25/2019

G Scott HaslamCropGrant Scott Haslam passed away peacefully on March 25, 2019 of natural causes at the age of 85. Born September 19, 1933 in Magna Utah to Grant and Alice Haslam. In 1951 he graduated from Cyprus High.
He married his sweetheart Joy Adamson on June 15, 1951 in the Salt Lake LDS temple. He was a strong Union leader for 30 years negotiating contracts and representing members of Teamsters Local 222. He loved riding his horse and taking care of his animals.
He is survived by his wife, Joy; three children Michael, Cory, and Karen (Rawlings), 8 Grandchildren, 17 great grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his daughters Vickie Haslam and Connie Larsen, his parents and granddaughter Alex Rawlings.
Graveside services will be held Wednesday, April 3rd 12pm at Bluffdale Cemetery 14229 S. Redwood Road. Viewings will be held at Rasmussen Mortuary 96 N. 100 W. Mt Pleasant, Utah Tuesday April 2nd from 2-4pm and the LDS church at 14242 S. Loumis Parkway Bluffdale Utah on Wednesday April 3rd from 10-11am. Online condolence

4 Responses to “Grant Scott Haslam”

  1. Dawn Sterner says:

    My sincere condolences to the Haslam family. I really liked Scott. He was a great guy. My thoughts are with your family at this time.

  2. Sylvia Sutton Sharp says:

    I am Scott’s 1st cousin, I am so sorry I won’t be able to attend Funeral. My dad Grant Sutton was Alice’s brother. So we have lots of family times. What I admired most about Scott was his ability to be such a strong person and leader. He was a Man’s Man. I really enjoyed my friendship with Joy. Please give my condolences to her and your family

  3. Tamara Bosshardt says:

    Scott, You were a good neighbor and so wonderful to my kids. I thank you for being such an upstanding part of the (Chester) village that raised them. You will be missed.

  4. Deanna Hansen says:

    so sorry to hear my special friend passed. Scot was such a special person. Loved hearing his special stories and sitting with him and his special lady Joy, on the front porch in the afternoons. Missed you two so much. DeAnna Hansen