3/29/1923 ~ 3/16/2015
MISSION VIEJO,CA/MT. PLEASANT– Reva Cox Fillis, 91, Mt. Pleasant and Mission Viejo, CA, passed away March 16, 2015, at her home in Mission Viejo.
She was born March 29, 1923, in Fairview to Newel B. Cox and Olea Day Cox.
She married Elmer Fillis Nov. 22, 1950, in Lampasas, Texas. Together, they had three children, David, Amy and Russell.
She was a graduate of North Sanpete High School in Mt. Pleasant. During World War II, Reva assisted the war effort making parachutes for the military in Manti. Read the rest of this entry »
4/25/1926 – 7/4/2015
Allen N. Hansen; Our wonderful husband, father, and grandfather passed away peacefully at his home on the 4th of July. He was born and raised in Mt. Pleasant, UT. He later served in Korea and was proud of his service to our country. He then worked at Tooele Army Depot where he retired with many accommodations. He was kind to everyone and loved by many. Even in sickness he treated everyone with the same kindness as always. Read the rest of this entry »
3/31/1966 ~ 7/2/2015
Eugene Morgan affectionately known as “Geno”, was born to Lillie B. Langdon and Percy Slaughter, on March 31, 1966 in Chicago Illinois. He was the oldest of three children. Because of the love he had for his family, he immediately and without hesitation, filled the shoes as patriarch to his young brothers.
Geno received his education in the Cook County School District. He graduated from the Chicago Vocational High School. Geno attended Trenton Junior College, in Trenton MO, and later transferred to the Alaska Pacific University on a scholarship. He received his Bachelors of Arts degree in Human Resources from Upper Iowa University, in 2005. Read the rest of this entry »
3/26/1934 ~ 7/2/2015
Arcelia 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. Read the rest of this entry »
10/1/1931 ~ 6/22/2015
George Jack Smith
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 »
10/23/1961 ~ 6/12/2015
Our 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 »
5/20/1921 ~ 6/12/2015
Catherine “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 »
4/19/1928 ~ 6/62015
Kent 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 »
06/21/1929 – 06/2/15
Bartlett, DN “Swede”
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 »
3/12/1942 ~ 6/01/2015
Joseph 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 »