Arcelia Marlene Sixko Green

July 2nd, 2015

3/26/1934 ~ 7/2/2015

GreenArceliaCropArcelia Marlene Sixko Green passed away on July 2, 2015 peacefully at home surrounded by her family. Marlene was born on March 26, 1934, in San Salvador, El Salvador, Central America to Manuel Antonio Sixko and Elvira Vidal Sixko. She and her sister Lillian were the first members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints in El Salvador. They were baptized in July, 1951 by Pres. David O. McKay and Pres. Spencer W. Kimball. In 1953, at the age of 18, Marlene was called by Pres. Kimball to the Honduras, Guatamala Mission. She served a faithful mission, upon her return, Pres. Spencer W. Kimball asked her to come to the U.S. to live with he and his wife Camilla in Mesa, AZ. She also lived with Pres. Kimball’s cousin Walter and Maude Haws in Mesa. While living there she met her life long friend and eternal companion Gordon Clyde Green and later married in the Manti, Utah Temple on November 26, 1958. Marlene was a faithful member of the church her entire life. She still remained faithful even though she was unable to leave her home due to illness. She was always a beacon of light to all that she met. Marlene had a firm testimony of the Gospel and shared it every chance she had. She lived her life as our Father in Heaven would want us to live. Marlene is proceeded in death by her husband Gordon Clyde Green, her parents, sister Lilian Osorio, brother Manuel A. Sixko, and grandson Elder Gregory S. Johnson. She is survived by her children: Sandra (Greg) Johnson, Linda (Mike) Bailey, Sylvia (Curt) Mason, George (Katherine) Green, Paul (Cherrie) Green, Daniel (Jody) Green, and a sister Rosa N. (Danilo) Castañeda.
Graveside services will be held Monday July 6, 2015 at 11:00 a.m. in the Moroni City Cemetery.

George Jack Smith

June 22nd, 2015

10/1/1931 ~ 6/22/2015

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Born October 1, 1931 to George Robert Smith and Ina Marrillia Carson in Salt Lake City, Utah.
Married Melba Lily Givens on January 11, 1969 in Las Vegas, Nevada. Died at his home in Fountain Green, Ut on June 22, 2015.
He had 7 siblings: Robert L. Smith (deceased) (Bonnie) Provo, UT; T. Leon Smith (Dorothy) Spanish Fork, UT; Norma Jean (Richard) Hurricane, UT; O. Lyle Smith (Deceased)(Bonnie) Barth L. Smith (Carma) Spanish Fork, UT; June E. Johnson (Bruce deceased) Salina,UT; Tora Marie Baldree (Mark) CA. Read the rest of this entry »

Diane Stoker

June 12th, 2015

10/23/1961 ~ 6/12/2015

StokerDianeCropOur Loving Mother, Wife, Daughter and Grandmother, Diane Stoker passed away peacefully in her sleep at the young age of 53 on June 12, 2015 in Fountain Green. She was born on October 23, 1961 in Payson, UT to Mary Alice Jasper (James Jasper) and Dallas Harold Peterson (Lisa Peterson). On October 6, 2012 she married the love of her life, Neal Stoker. She waited her whole life to meet him. She was so happy to finally know and feel what true love was. She was an amazing mother to Jimmy Peterson, Provo, UT, Natalie Brown (Clint), Lehi, UT, Leena Beal, (Dustin) Fountain Green, UT and her Kaity Bug (Kaitlyn Barnes) Fountain Green, UT. Read the rest of this entry »

Catherine “Kathleen” Ann Edwards Davies

June 12th, 2015

5/20/1921 ~ 6/12/2015

StokerDianeGrandchildCropDaviesCatherineCropCatherine “Kathleen” Ann Edwards Davies, 94, passed away June 12, 2015.Born to John James Edwards and Sarah Edge Edwards on May 20, 1921 in Hawarden, Clwyd, Wales. Born premature, Catherine survived by being placed in a shoebox by the fireplace to be kept warm. At the age of 5 while playing “Tic, you’re it!” with some children her younger sister accidently pushed her into an open flamed fire. Because of this she was unable to attend formal schooling until the age of 9. She only had 3 years of formal education. At the age of 12 she started working as a servant for a Lord and Lady cleaning and taking care of their children. When the war broke out she began working for the NAAFI. While fulfilling her duties she met Marvin Davies. Read the rest of this entry »

Kent Ballard Wood (Woody)

June 6th, 2015

4/19/1928 ~ 6/62015

WoodKentCropKent Ballard Wood (Woody) died peacefully at home in Mt. Pleasant, UT on June 6, 2015 at 7:50pm at the age of 87. Woody is predeceased by 6 sisters: Edna Lees, Opal Wood, Mary Ragar, Ereleine Dimmitt, Hazeldene Taylor, Nancy Vale and 6 brothers: Cecil, Donald, John, Richard, Harold Gwynn, and Glen. Woody is survived by Anna Mae his loving wife of 57 years. They were married in Mt. Pleasant, UT on November 15, 1957. Woody is lovingly remembered by his children: JoLyn Wood Gardiner and Ballard Lee, grandchildren: Joshua, Landon, and Damon Gardiner, JaCee Bullock, Raleigh and Joseph Wood, and 6 great-grandchildren. Woody was born on April 19, 1928 in Marion County, MO to David Lee and Ora Lee Pepper Wood. Read the rest of this entry »

DN “Swede” Bartlett

June 2nd, 2015

06/21/1929 – 06/2/15

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Swede was born in Eureka, CA to Ward and Dorothy Bartlett. He lived almost his whole life in the house he was born in on Pine Street with the exception of his final years which he spent in Utah living with his daughter. Growing up, he went to Lincoln Elementary School and Eureka High School where he made many lifelong friends. After graduation in 1947, he went to work for Pacific Bell. He was drafted to serve in the Korean War and he served his nation proudly. When he was discharged from the Army, he returned to Pacific Bell and continued to work there until he retired. In 1962, while he was working for Pacific Bell, he was temporarily assigned to work in Weed, CA. Read the rest of this entry »

Joseph Leo Kuchenmeister

June 1st, 2015

3/12/1942 ~ 6/01/2015

1433288882448ScannedImage_201503Joseph Leo Kuchenmeister, 73, of Ephraim, UT passed away peacefully in his home on Monday, June 1, 2015. He was born in Duluth, Minnesota on March 12, 1942 at the home of his Grandparents, to Leo and Stella (Bodin) Kuchenmeister. Joe was raised in Almena, Wisconsin with his two sisters, Karen and Laurie, until their father passed away in 1951. The family then moved to Duluth, Minnesota where he graduated from Denfeld High School. Joe served in the United States Army and was stationed in both Germany and Turkey. Read the rest of this entry »

ReNay Ellen Stam Jenkins

May 31st, 2015

3/20/1947 ~ 5/31/2015

JenkinsRenayCropFairview, UT; Our wife, mother, sister and friend ReNay Ellen Stam Jenkins returned to the loving embrace of her Father in Heaven May 31, 2015. She was the daughter of Jacob & Margaret Powell Stam born March 20, 1947 in Salt Lake City, Utah. Married Doug Jenkins September 11, 1970 in Midvale, Utah.
ReNay was kind, loving and just plain fun. She loved her family fiercely and always wanted the best for them. ReNay always had hugs and kisses for her kids and especially her grandchildren Brant, Kayden, Caleb and Kaddi. She loved to make flower arraignments and decorate. ReNay will always be remembered for her sparkling brown eyes and her beautiful smile. Read the rest of this entry »

Betty Marelene Sherman

May 24th, 2015

10/25/1925 ~ 5/24/2015

ShermanBettyCropBetty Marelene Sherman, 89 of Moroni, Utah; passed away May 24, 2015 in Payson, Utah surrounded by her loving family. Betty was born October 25, 1925 to Lionell Marion & Izela Keele Curtis in Moroni, Utah. She married her loving husband Lewis Jarvis Sherman October 29, 1945 while he was on leave from the battle of the Bulge during WWII where he was wounded receiving a Purple Heart and three Bronze Stars. After the war they lived in Spring Canyon, Utah and moved back to Moroni five years later where they raised their five children. She was a faithful servant of her Heavenly Father. Serving in the Primary for over 40 years. Read the rest of this entry »

Arlene Probert Memmott

May 22nd, 2015

12/02/1922 – 05/22/2015

MemmottArleneGranddaughterCropOur Sweet, loving Mother, Mother-in-law, Grandmother, Great-grandmother, Aunt, and Sister, Arlene Probert Memmott at age 92 passed away peacefully in her home in Scipio, Utah on Friday May 22. She was born Dec 2, 1922 in Scipio, to Samuel Don and Genevieve Probert of Scipio. Arlene married her sweetheart Jay H. Memmott on Feb. 26, 1946 and it was later solemnized in the Manti Temple on May 5, 1955. Arlene was deeply loved by everyone around her. She loved to have her family and friends stop in to visit with her and they loved to see her! Sometimes we all hoped for a piece of her famous cakes and homemade icing. She was a wonderful cook and homemaker. Read the rest of this entry »