Catherine Zobell

9/4/4951 ~ 7/26/2020

Our dear, beautiful Catherine the Great passed peacefully in her home July 26, 2020, encircled by her family and with a community full of prayers. For 17 years, she fought Parkinson’s disease so valiantly and with the utmost grace. Never a complaint was heard from her and in fact, she often asked to be given more so that others would be spared.
Catherine was born September 4, 1951 to Iowa Grant & Donna Rayola Haslam Hall in American Fork, Utah. She married Lance Wade Zobell September 14, 1984 in Salt Lake City, Utah and sealed November 17, 1985 in the Salt Lake Temple. Her strength inspired others in ways that only now she can see. She took pride in every job she ever had and climbed to the top of not only her career, but also into the hearts of many coworkers, neighbors, friends, and family.
Her grandchildren were her greatest achievements. Her love for each one of them was deep and unconditional and she loved celebrating all of their achievements. She strived to be strong in her religion and have faith in God and in keeping the commandments, in order to be able to return home to see her Heavenly Father and her family again.
Catherine is survived by her loving, devoted husband, Lance W. Zobell, her children, Angela Gilbert (Adrian), Jessica Taylor (Anthony), Lance Zobell Jr. (Katie) and Lorelei Owens (Brian), her grandchildren James, Alexandra, Megan, Mathew, Wyat, Jessi, Rylee, McKinley, and Christian, her second grandchildren Ashlyn and Ethan, siblings Cindy (Rudy) Poecker, Connie Rammell, Caryn Adams, Charlene (Bruce) Hansen, John Hall. She is proceeded in death by her parents, Iowa and Donna Hall, her sister, Collette Hall, and brothers-in-law Gorden Rammell, Don Adams.
Until we meet again…
A limited funeral service will be held Saturday August 1, 2020 at 11:00 a.m. in the Fountain Green LDS Chapel (151 S 200 W, Fountain Green, UT 84632) with a viewing from 9:30 – 10:30 a.m. at the church. Interment in the Fountain Green City Cemetery. Online condolences at

4 Responses to “Catherine Zobell”

  1. Karren Ackemyer says:

    Catherine was an inspiration to me and many others. Her sweet spirit filled our hearts with love. She will be missed, but so grateful she has left her Parkinson’s body behind to be reunited with a strong healthy one. My love and condolences to Lance and all her family. I love you Catherine.

  2. Jason Dillingham says:

    Grandma Cathy was one of the most selfless people I knew. I met her because I was friends with her grandson James, and I got to visit occasionally. She was always willing to tell stories of her past, and she was such a wonderful example to me. I’m so grateful for the time I knew her and look forward to seeing her again where she is free from her latest ailments. My condolences and love to Lance and his family during this difficult time.

  3. Catherine was a motivation to me and numerous others. Her sweet soul filled our hearts with affection. She will be remembered fondly, yet so thankful she has deserted her Parkinson’s body to be brought together with a solid sound one. My affection and sympathies to Lance and all her family. I love you Catherine.

  4. Ashley Leatherman says:

    Cathy was such a strong woman in so many ways. My deepest condolences to family and friends. All my love. Rest In Peace Aunt Cathy.