Joe D Proctor

10/26/1963 ~ 4/13/2020

Joe D Proctor Born October 26, 1963 Died April 13, 2020. Joe was a joy to be around, his laugh was contagious. He was loved by all that came into his life. He is the light of our lives, and will be missed by many. Especially his greatest love of 32 years LeAnn Proctor, children McKenzie (Cameron) Munk, Chenoa (Aldo) Baltodano, Tiesha (Trey) Ashton, Maia (Chad) Watts, and seven grandchildren. He is the son of Ray and Joy Proctor, brother of LaRae Thorpe, Ella Vee (Craig) Yuzon, Robert (Madonna) Proctor, Eddy (Christine) Proctor, and Jason (Courtney) Proctor, and son in law of Kay and Kathleen Hutchings. God be with you until we meet again our best smile dark hair green eyed beauty.   Graveside services were held Saturday April 18, 2020 in the American Fork City Cemetery under the care of Rasmussen Mortuary.

7 Responses to “Joe D Proctor”

  1. Jeanne Tejada says:

    We are so sorry to hear of Joe’s passing. We love your family and pray that you will be able to find peace during this difficult time.

  2. STEVE Lloyd GOODWIN says:

    Good bye old friend this life is less interesting with you being gone.
    You made me laugh and now you make me cry.
    My childhood died with you.
    We will always have the dirt clod fights and playing in the ditch catching the fish with your hands.
    Catching water snakes and tying them on a barb wire fence.
    Catch field mice in your dad’s field
    Riding our bike on the that old dusty field road seeing who could make the must dust with a branch dragging from our bikes.
    Playing Kick the can.
    I best describe you and your family as defining “we had a BLAST we had a blast last night at Proctors”
    La Rae thanks for baby sitting me and my brother I remember the time we went to go get a gallon of root beer at A&W in AF we did not make home before we spilled it all.
    Ellavie sorry if I miss spell your name. Thanks for baby sitting us also I remember riding our bikes to Ream’s and seeing you work behind the counter.
    Robbie thanks for entertaining us with football plays and running scrimmages and making my child hood a blast.
    Eddie the cool neighbor you where the Greg Brady in my life
    Jason we really connected when your family took us to Disneyland
    I always look on that experience as a true feeling of freedom we had the run of Disneyland.
    Thanks Ray and Joy for being a great neighborhood parents and I so sorry that this had to happen.
    That Disney trip you took us on was the best and I know my parents did not give enough money for the souvenir’s I bought for all my relatives.
    My life on Proctor Lane I will cherish and try to pass this on to my kids and grand kids.

  3. Scott Allred says:

    We love you Joe! You will be greatly missed! Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family!

  4. Tara Carnesecca King says:

    Dear Leann,

    My heart just hurt when I read this. My thoughts and prayers are with you.
    I hope you and your family can find peace at this challenging time.
    I hope your heartache can be filled with lots of wonderful memories.
    Love you, Tara

  5. Cheryl Holmes says:

    Dear LeeAnn, so sorry to hear of your husband’s passing. I’m sure it’s a very difficult time and I want you to know of our love and prayers for peace for you and your family. Love you guys. Cheryl & Mike Holmes

  6. Carrie Mann Steele says:

    Dear Ray and Joy and family I was so saddened to hear of the passing of your son. May you find peace and joy in your love of and memories of your precious son, brother, husband and father. Sending love and prayers.

  7. Steve Johnson says:

    All the Johnsons are so sad to hear of your loss. We have such great memories of all the activities and experiences that we have had with all of the Proctor clan over the last 70 years. Joe will be missed but never forgotten.

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