Demar A. Hare

April 6th, 2018

3/19/1963 ~ 3/30/2018

HareDemarDemar A. Hare, a life-long resident of Fillmore, passed away unexpectedly on Friday, March 30, 2018 at Utah Valley Specialty Hospital in Provo.

He was born March 19,1963 to the late Kenneth and Doreen Hare. He is survived by his spouse, Valorie and his sons, Demar, Jr., Richard (Joell), Jared (Jordan), stepson Travis, and stepdaughter Stacey (Johnny) and 12 grandchildren.
He is also survived by his four brothers, Ron (Georgia), Garry (Dawn), Dave (Betty) and Jim (Connie). Preceding him in death were his parents, grandparents, his sister Julie, and sister-in-law Georgia.

Demar graduated from Millard High School in 1981. He then became a well known mechanic, auto body and paint technician, and repair shop owner. No job was too large or too small, no hour too late or too early. Read the rest of this entry »

Cherri Lee Draper George

April 3rd, 2018

11/17/1947 – 04/03/2018

GeorgeCherriCropCherri Lee Draper George passed away in the early hours of April 3, 2018 after a two year struggle to regain her independence due to a severe stroke that was the first of many. Although she fought to come back many times, it was a gradual decline. She never gave up the fight to the very end. Both her strokes and her passing brought family members from all over to be by her side. Many thanks to Kathy who advocated her right to live as independent as possible in Assisted Living. Her kindness can never be repaid.
Cherri was born November 17, 1947 growing into a very head-strong young woman to parents, Delno (Mike) & Nyla Ruth Hamblin Draper. She has one brother & three sisters…Dick, Vicki (Jim), Lana, & Jo Dee. Read the rest of this entry »

Carma Ann Crosland Swallow

April 2nd, 2018

7/13/1946 ~ 4/2/2018

SwallowCarmaCropCarma Ann Crosland Swallow, 71 of Flowell, Utah passed away April 2, 2018 surrounded by her loving family. Carma was born July 13, 1946 in Fillmore, Utah to Douglas S. and Beth Nixon Crosland.
She loved her kids, her grandkids, serving in the church, attending the temple, researching family history, playing the piano and teaching piano lessons. She served a mission at the Family History Center at Temple Square. She enjoyed and loved the other missionaries she worked with. She loved serving others and was always preparing meals and taking food to families. She loved to quilt and always had a quilt for her children and grandchildren. Read the rest of this entry »

Lily Rae Seely

April 1st, 2018

March 27, 2018 – April 1, 2018

SeelyLilyLily Rae Seely has made a great impact on the world around her. Her sweet, strong spirit has taught many to love and trust. In her time on earth she has influenced many to direct their hearts towards heaven. We did everything we could to love and nurture her while she was here. After much distress she peacefully died in our arms at the Timpanogos Regional Hospital.

Lily will join her great-grandparents Seely, Kellett, great-grandpa Aeschbacher, and great-grandpa Hanson. She is survived by her parents, Kyle and Jena Seely; grandparents, Ted and Tena Seely, Craig and Tina Aeschbacher; great-grandparents Metz, Mason, and great-grandma Hanson. Read the rest of this entry »

Ruben “Don Kokis” Leon

March 29th, 2018

11/5/1946 ~ 03/29/2018

LeonRuben003CropRuben “Don Kokis” Leon 71 of Moroni, UT passed away March 29, 2018 at his home in Moroni, UT. He was born November 5, 1946 in La Cinta, Michoacan, Mexico to Adolfo and Adelida Leon Lopez. Ruben grew up in La Cinta, Michoacán and then moved at age 15 to Mexico City to start working. Eventually he moved to the United States as a young adult. Ruben loved the outside, fixing cars, yard work, gardening and always had a project he was working on with his Diet Coke and his dog Quate by his side. he was the type of person that would wave at you even if he didn’t know you. He would say, “Hi amigo!” Everyone was his friend and his heart was so big he could hold so much love for everyone in it. He was a great man and for everyone that knew him would say the same. He was strong, hard worker, and a great example to many.
Survived by his wife, Concepcion Aguado; children, Juan Carlos; Ulises; Rigoberto; Marina; Ana Maria; Rosa; Ruben; Kathy and Stephany; siblings, Constantino Leon; Saturnino Leon; Arturo Leon; Artemio Leon; Leonila Leon; Marciana Leon; Eliasar Leon; Aurora Leon and Teresa Leon. A viewing and a mass will take place Monday April 2, 2018 at 6:00 p.m. at St. Judes Catholic Church in Ephraim, UT. Online condolence at

Stacy Fowles Anderson

March 26th, 2018

August 28, 1960 – March 26, 2018

AndersonStacyStacy Fowles Anderson; On the evening of March 26, 2018 our beloved wife, mother, grandmother, sister, aunt and friend passed away at her home in Mapleton, due to natural causes.
Stacy was born August 28, 1960 in Casa Grande, AZ to her loving parents Robert and Sharon Peart Fowles. She grew up on the family farm in Milburn, UT. Stacy graduated from North Sanpete High. On February 4, 1995 Stacy married her best friend and the love of her life Don Anderson. Her presence brought peace and love to many lives. Her smile could brighten any room and soothe any soul. Never having any judgement, she always accepted any loving heart into her life. Read the rest of this entry »

Mary Ellen Collard-Koyle

March 22nd, 2018

9/11/1946 ~ 3/22/2018

IM000706.JPGMary Ellen Collard-Koyle passed away March 22, 2018 in Orem, UT. She was born September 11, 1946 in Moroni, UT to Lois Collard. She was raised by grandparents, Bard and Zell Collard. She graduated from North Sanpete High School and Beauty College. Mary worked selling Time Shares in every state but Alaska. Mary enjoyed the mountains around Spring City and spending time with her husband Howard Koyle.
She was preceded in death by her mother; brother, Tony Draper; grandparents Bard & Zell Collard; and uncles, Gene and Ted Collard. She is survived by husband Howard Kyle of Spring City, UT; brothers, John Draper and Robert Draper; step children; Clay Koyle; Cristie Hardwick and James Koyle; aunt, Dora (David) Faux.
Interment will be at 1:00 p.m. on March 28, 2018 in the Spring City Cemetery. Online condolence at

Thomas Paul Sorensen

March 15th, 2018

SorensenThomas002Our sweet, loving son, brother, nephew and awesome friend, Thomas Paul (Tommy) Sorensen returned to his heavenly home March 15, 2018. Tommy was born March 25, 1997 in Redlands California to Ron and Patti Sorensen, the 3rd of 4 sons. Tommy loved his brothers and family very much. He loved his “little” pug Mort and had a great love for all children and his friends. He worked for Wheeler’s Distribution with his older brothers and was always willing to help where ever he could. He enjoyed playing online games with his friends and family and spent many hours inspiring them in online battles. He enjoyed cooking and baking, watching the Food Network, when he watched tv. Read the rest of this entry »

Vernon Joe Christensen

March 7th, 2018

05/05/1928 ~ 3/7/2018

ChristensenVernonCropVernon Joe Christensen, age 89, passed away peacefully on March 7, 2018 from natural causes surrounded by his children. He was born May 5, 1928 in Kanosh, Utah to Charles Emery Christensen and Freda George Christensen. He was the fourth of five children. He graduated from Millard High School and faithfully served in the Central States Mission for the LDS Church. Vernon married his eternal companion, Alice Young on Dec. 21, 1951 in the Manti Temple. Together they had five children. Vernon served his church and community in many capacities including scoutmaster, district scout leader, earning his Silver Beaver award, Elders Quorums president, High Priest group leader, High Counselor, counselor to two bishops and as Kanosh Ward Bishop. Read the rest of this entry »

Janeen Hatch Sorensen

March 4th, 2018

6/22/1961 ~ 3/4/2018

SorensenJaneenCropJaneen Hatch Sorensen passed away at her home on March 4, 2018 after a weekend enjoying home and family, watching home movies, singing favorite songs, laughing and sharing fun memories and stories.
Janeen was born on June 22, 1961 to Newell and Mary Ann Hatch in Salina, Utah. She married Lee R. Sorensen on December 8, 1979, they were later sealed in the Provo Temple on August 7, 1982. Janeen’s life was filled with love, laughter and adventure. She had an impact on many people throughout her life. She was a Pre-School Teacher, an Elementary TA, a teller at Cache Valley Bank and held many positions working with the youth in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Read the rest of this entry »