Asael (Ace) Wayne Jones

July 1st, 2021

1/26/1953 ~ 7/1/2021

Asael (Ace) Wayne Jones, 68, of Meadow, UT, passed away peacefully at his home on July 1, 2021 from cancer. He was born on January 26, 1953, the third of four children, to Earnest Wayne Jones and Grace Louise Taylor in Rexburg, ID.
Ace grew up in the Rexburg area where he went to school, learned the meaning of hard work, and made many wonderful memories with his family and lifelong childhood friends, whom he treasured. He graduated from Madison High School in 1971 and worked different jobs that included moving to Texas for a while to run and train employees for the Orange Julius food chain. After moving back to Rexburg, he worked farming and driving truck. It was farming that brought he and his family to Meadow in 1978 to work for Dry Creek Ranch. He moved on from there to the mushroom plant in Fillmore, Utah. Read the rest of this entry »

Loyce Elaine Schuhmann

June 30th, 2021

6/23/1942 ~ 6/30/2021

Loyce Elaine Schuhmann, age 79, Mt. Pleasant, Ut, peacefully returned to her Father in Heaven on June 30, 2021 at her home surrounded by her family.
Loyce was born June 23, 1942 in San Diego, CA. She graduated from La Mesa High School in 1959. She then moved to Houston, TX where she met the love of her life, Jon Schuhmann. Loyce and Jon were married on July 3, 1960 in Houston, TX. Shortly after getting married, Loyce and Jon started their family. On July 4, 1961, a son, Chris joined the family. Soon a little girl, Terry, April 25, 1963 came along. After living in Texas for a number of years, the family moved to southern California. There they added another little girl Kelly January 24, 1968 and then another baby boy, Michael November 27, 1970. While living in California, Loyce enjoyed her work as the District Office Manager of Lucky’s Grocery Stores.
After joining the church in September 1977, they were sealed as a forever family in the Los Angeles Temple on December 1, 1978.
After almost 20 years in California, Loyce and Jon decided to retire from their busy jobs and move to Utah. They finally landed in Mt. Pleasant, Utah where they have happily lived for 35 years. After moving to Utah, Loyce and Jon had numerous businesses, but Loyce’s favorite was Jecs Office Supply and Craft Coop. Loyce loved being a business woman.
After joining the church, Loyce had many callings. She served in the Primary and Young Womens. She was the ward chorister and sang in the ward and community choirs. One of her favorite callings was the Advancment Leader in Scouting. She had that calling for 8 years and at that time she helped 17 young men earn the Eagle Scout award that she was so proud of.
Those boys were incredibly grateful to her and her dedication in helping them. Loyce was also a very devoted Temple worker and served in the Manti Temple cafeteria for 8 years. Loyce was also called to do Indexing (Genealogy) at the Gunnison Prison. Loyce and Jon were also called to go to the prison and do Family Home Evenings there on Monday nights. They enjoyed serving together for 5 years at the prison.
Loyce absolutely engulfed herself in doing the genealogy work for her family. She spent many days and nights working on it at home and the Family History Center. Loyce was an avid journal writer. Loyce loved to serve her Heavenly Father in any way that she could. She was continually serving those around her.
In her early years, Loyce loved to do oil painting. She loved quilting with her mother-in-law when she would come visit for 6 months during the summer for many years. Loyce enjoyed having a big family garden. She enjoyed canning and sharing the harvest that their hard work produced.
Loyce loved to go to the many yard sales on Saturday morning with her good friend Geniel.
Loyce’s greatest joy in this life was her family. Whether they were gathered together at Palisades, or Sunday dinners, birthdays, BBQ’s, card games, board games or kickball in the front yard, it was being together as a family that she loved most. Besides her family, Loyce’s fur babies were loved just as much as her family. Loyce loved to sit out on the front porch at night with her sweetheart and enjoy the peacefulness of the town.
Loyce is survived by her eternal companion of 61 years Jon and their children Chris(Angela) Terry (Brett Bradley), Kelly (Dan Hermansen-deceased) and Michael (Deon), her sister, Dee Engelhard, 18 Grandchildren and 23 Great along with many nieces, nephew and dear friends. She is preceded in death by her Grandmother Nora Bryan, Monroe and Alma Schuhmann Evelyn and Ted Newman,
sister, Sammie Domich, Aunt Freida Newman and Dan Hermansen, her son-in-law.
In lieu of flowers please a donation would be appreciated to the Schuhmann Family Trust for Jon at Utah Heritage Credit Union.
Funeral services will be held Friday, July 9, 2021 at 11:00 a.m. in the Mt. Pleasant 5th Ward Chapel (Red Brick Church). Viewings will be held Thursday July 8, 2021 from 6-8 p.m and Friday 9:30 – 10:30 a.m. prior to services all at the church. Interment in the Mt. Pleasant City Cemetery under the care of Rasmussen Mortuary.

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Peggy Ann Poulson Thompson

June 27th, 2021

5/26/1948 ~ 6/27/2021

“Together Again”

Peggy Ann Poulson Thompson returned to her Heavenly Father on June 27, 2021. Peggy was born on May 26, 1948 to Ralph and Afton Poulson. She only weighed a meager two pounds, and at the time was kept in the oven and fed with a dropper. She was a fighter from day one, and continued to be her entire life. She married the love of her life Jim Thompson on July 7, 1967 a couple months after he returned from Vietnam. Peggy was a great wife, mother, grandmother, sister, aunt and friend. She enjoyed being around people and she had many friends. She loved her family with all her heart. She was always having us all over for family get togethers, and we all enjoyed them so much. She will be greatly missed. Peggy will always be remembered for her kind and humble heart. Read the rest of this entry »

Weston Lane Peterson

June 25th, 2021

A Mothers Tribute

11/27/2001 ~ 6/25/2021

Weston Lane Peterson was only 19 years old when his mortal journey ended on June, 25, 2021–due to a tragic accidental drowning. Weston was born Nov 27, 2001 in Orem, Utah. Weston was a true blessing and reminded his family to be grateful as he was born close to Thanksgiving. He had a loving heart and a cowboy spirit. He sat on a horse at only 6 months old, and by the time he was 4 years old he had re-watched the horse movie spirit only about 100 times. He was unashamed to wear Wrangler Jeans and Cowboy boots everywhere throughout his entire life. He was a true cowboy and many people would agree that he was born 100 years too late. His love and devotion was for his Heavenly Father, horses, hunting, his family, the outdoors, and country music. His laid back easy going attitude made him the best young man to sit and visit with or listen to country music with and talk about life. Read the rest of this entry »

Weston Lane Peterson

June 25th, 2021

11/27/2001 ~ 6/25/2021

A Fathers Tribute

Weston Lane Peterson, 19, ended his mortal journey June 25, 2021, due to a tragic accidental drowning. Weston grew up in Indianola, Utah surrounded by family, friends, teachers, and loving church leaders.
Weston was a hard worker and loved to be outdoors. Being in the mountains riding his horse, Nightmare, camping or hunting is where he preferred to spend his time. He loved to bow hunt and was confident each year that he would get the “BIG” one. He always had a smile on his face and tried to make people happy. His personality and laugh were infectious. He had a loving heart and a cowboy spirit. He was unashamed to wear Wrangler Jeans and cowboy boots anywhere. He was a true cowboy and most would agree that he was born 100 years too late. Read the rest of this entry »

Peter G. Zabriskie

June 25th, 2021

11/11/1938 ~ 6/24/2021

Peter (Radamac) Zabriskie passed away June 24,2021 at his home in Ephraim Utah.
Pete was born on November 11, 1938 in Mount Pleasant Utah, to Shirley Joseph Zabriskie and Thelma Madsen Zabriskie. He was the sixth of seven children. Pete was born and raised in Ephraim, he loved the people there and the mountains. Pete had a pretty lively childhood growing up in Ephraim, with the old Ephraim boys, (from the stories he used to tell us)
He met his true love, Edna at a dance in Moroni. He married Edna Mae Anderson of Chester on September 13, 1956. They would have celebrated their 65th anniversary this September. Pete loved spending time with his family and friends, most of that time was spent camping and spending time in the hills. He loved to hunt and fish, and he passed all his hunting and fishing secrets and skills on to his three sons, Clive, Gerald and Rick. Read the rest of this entry »

Frank M Crowther,

June 24th, 2021

2/21/1932 ~ 6/24/2021

Frank Martinus Crowther Sr., 89, passed away Thursday, June 24, 2021, at home in Ephraim, Utah. Frank was born February 21, 1932 to Osmond and Idena (Jensen) Crowther in Fountain Green, Utah, the fourth of seven children.

Frank served a mission for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints in South Africa, and he was drafted into the U.S. Army during the Korean War. He was a valiant patriot who loved the constitution of the U.S. Later, Frank and Ginger Rose Samuelson were married in the Manti temple 23 June 1970 and settled in Ephraim. Read the rest of this entry »

Shauna Lue Johnson

June 24th, 2021

4/30/1948 ~ 6/24/2021

Shauna Lue Larsen Johnson, age 73, Mt. Pleasant peacefully returned to her Father in Heaven on June 24th, 2021at her home surrounded by her family.
Shauna was born in Mt. Pleasant, to Charles LaDon Larsen and Phyllis LaRue Allred Larsen, Chester. Shauna married Boyd Loftin Johnson December 9, 1966 in Chester, Ut. They enjoyed 54 yrs together and raised six children.
Shauna enjoyed the simple things in life. She enjoyed spending time with her family. She loved to hangout with her grankids always joking, teasing and arm wrestling with them. She was always the life of the party. Shauna enjoyed sewing and making things with plastic canvas. She loved doing word searches and reading books. She loved collecting rabbits and frogs. She was always rearranging her bookshelves and nick-nacks. She will forever be loved and missed by her family. Read the rest of this entry »

Steven Ray Anderson

June 24th, 2021

3/3/1958 ~ 6/24/2021

Steven Ray Anderson, 63 of Indianola UT passed away June 24, 2021 surrounded in love.
Steve was born on March 03,1958 to Wayne and Maurine Allen Anderson. He lived in, attended school and worked mostly in Utah County.
He worked for Geneva Steel, Mountain States Steel and Skyline Coal Mine.
He married Glenda Lovell and together they had 3 children. They later divorced.
He married Robin Nielsen June 30, 1995. After a couple of years in Utah County, they bought a home and property in Indianola, Utah where they have resided on their farm since 1997. They’ve worked very hard improving their place and Steve took much pride in finishing projects he’d started before his passing. Read the rest of this entry »

DeAnna Adair Hansen

June 21st, 2021

10/28/1940 ~ 6/21/2021

DeAnna Adair Hansen was taken home to her Father in Heaven June 21, 2021.
During the Autumn of her life DeAnna was blessed with earthly angels who tenderly cared to her spiritual and physical needs daily. Now she is free from all physical restraints and greeted by Heavenly Angels. She is now reunited with her loving husband Gary S. Hansen, her grandparents Thomas and Dora Hair, her parents Claud and Eva Adair, her sweet sister Georgialee Smith and so many beloved friends and pets who rejoice to have DeAnna with them again. Read the rest of this entry »