Anna Frezza,

April 3rd, 2021

1/11/1946 ~ 4/3/2021

Anna Frezza, 75 of Washington, UT, passed away April 3, 2021. Graveside services will be held Friday, April 9, 2021 at 1:00 p.m. in the Moroni City Cemetery with at visitation starting at12:00 noon prior to graveside at the cemetery under the care of Rasmussen Mortuary.

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Donnalee Pitney Brady Thornton

April 1st, 2021

6/16/1936 ~ 4/1/2021

Donnalee Pitney Brady Thornton, 81, of Mt. Pleasant, UT, passed away peacefully in her home, on April 1, 2021. Donnalee was born in Maybell, Colorado, to Clyde Barton Pitney and Jesse Fern Jacobsen, on June 16,1939. She married her first love, Lorain Brady, on July 9, 1956. They raised a large family on a ranch in Rangely, Colorado. Donnalee loved to serve others, prioritizing relationships with The Lord, her spouse, family, and friends. She lived life to its fullest as a happy, energetic woman, who worked hard and played hard! After the passing of Lorain, in 2013, she married Jim Thornton, on February 18, 2017. Their four years were happily spent making every moment count while camping, fishing, watching sports, visiting, playing and LAUGHING with family and friends. Donnalee is survived by spouse, Jim; sister, Rena; children, Dana, Shane, Shanna, Chad, Kale; and nephews and nieces raised as her children, Gloria, Christine, Brent, and Anne.She is preceded in death by her parents, Clyde and Jesse; sister, Barbara; brother, Roy; first spouse, Lorain; son, Cameron; and nephew raised as son, Ford. Viewing will be from 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm, on Thursday, April 8, at the Chapel on 295 South State St, Mount Pleasant, Utah. Viewing prior to funeral service will be held from 9:30 am to 10:30 am, and the funeral service will be held at 11:00 am on Friday, April 9, 2021 at the same location. The burial will follow at Mt. Pleasant cemetery.

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Berneitta Larsen Johnson

March 27th, 2021

6/5/1927 ~ 3/27/2021

Berneitta was born in Fairview, Utah on June 5, 1927 to Frank and LaPriel Larsen. She grew up quickly, developing a strong work ethic helping on the family farm.
Berneitta married Chesley Johnson in 1944. They made their home in Fountain Green, Utah and became the parents to three sons.
She served faithfully in many church callings and demonstrated a deep love for her Savior. She was blessed with a real skill for crocheting and spent her free time at this hobby.
Berneitta is survived by two sons Gary (SueAnn) of Lewiston, Utah and Keith (Lois) of Spanish Fork, Utah, and her sister Mary Pallies of Coeur d’Alene, Idaho.
Her husband Chesley and son Michael preceded her in death.
She is adored by her grandchildren, great-grandchildren and great-great grandchildren. Read the rest of this entry »

George Robert Bitter

March 26th, 2021

10/22/1936 ~ 3/24/2021

George Robert Bitter, 84, of Spring City, Utah, passed peacefully through the veil in his home on March 24, 2021 of natural causes.  Bob was born on October 22, 1936 in Idaho Falls, Idaho to Bessie Young and George Ericksen Bitter. He served an honorable mission for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Montevideo, Uruguay.  He received a Bachelor’s of Science in Agriculture from Utah State University and a Bachelor’s of International Management from Thunderbird School of Global Management. 

He married Sherry Lynn Meservy October 23, 1959 in the Logan LDS Temple.  They are the parents of seven children, one of whom greeted him on the other side along with his sweetheart Sherry. Read the rest of this entry »

Marlow Ray Peterson

March 24th, 2021

5/25/1941 ~ 3/24/2021

Marlow Ray Peterson, of Mount Pleasant, Utah, passed away from complications of a stroke on March 24, 2021.

            Marlow was born May 25, 1941 in Sterling, Sanpete, Utah.  He was the son of Doyle Myrland and Lucille Peterson.   He attended Sanpete County Schools in his early years, until his father sold their farm and moved the family to Ogden.   He graduated from Ogden, High School. 

            Marlow served a mission for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in the Northwestern States Mission, which included parts of Idaho, Washington, and Oregon.   He was a dedicated missionary who shared the gospel with and baptized many people.  At the end of his mission, he was called to serve in the small town of Myrtle Creek, Oregon.  Here he met the Tavenner family.  Their oldest daughter, Loretta, would later become his wife. Read the rest of this entry »

Gary Willard Willets

March 23rd, 2021

10/2/1942 ~ 3/23/2021

Gary Willard Willets, 78, of Henderson, Nevada, passed away in his home, surrounded by family on the morning of March 23, 2021. Gary was born October 2, 1942 in Bridgeport, Connecticut to Frank James and Vivian (Weiss) Willets. His parents and brothers, James Frank and Alan Earl, preceded him in death.

Gary always had a love and talent for music. He was a professional drummer and toured the country with various well-known bands of his time. He loved to fish, enjoyed nature, a good rainstorm, and watching the hummingbirds swarm on the porch of his cabin. He loved nothing more than his sweetheart, Nancy Sue Llewellyn, whom he married on February 14, 1969. They were later sealed in the
Las Vegas LDS temple on December 11, 2010. Read the rest of this entry »

Donald Fife Burt

March 22nd, 2021

11/11/1931 ~ 3/22/21

Donald Fife Burt, 89, peacefully returned to his heavenly home on March 22, 2021, surrounded by love.
Don was the fourth of five children in the family of Thomas and Teressa Burt. He was especially fond of his childhood home of Park City, which he remembered as a small mining community nestled in the beautiful Wasatch Mountains. He often referred to Park City as the best town to grow up in. He loved his family and the lifelong friends he made there. He often said they did not have much, but neither did anyone else. Everyone was the same, so they didn’t know they were poor.
Don attended and graduated from Utah State University where he joined the Air Force ROTC, receiving a commission and the rank of second lieutenant. Read the rest of this entry »

Floyd “Buddy” Wallace Mounteer, Jr.

March 20th, 2021

6/25/1945 ~ 3/20/2021

Floyd “Buddy” Wallace Mounteer, Jr. passed away March 20, 2021 at the Veterans Hospital in Phoenix, Arizona.
He was born June 25, 1945 in Salt Lake City, Utah to Floyd Wallace Mounteer, Sr. and Beverly Lois Wilkins Laputka.
He served in the U.S. Armed Forces and spent considerable time as a professional truck driver. He enjoyed working with his hands including leatherwork, crochet, woodcarving, gunsmithing and fixing anything motorized or mechanical.
He played the guitar, violin, flute, accordion and harmonica. He also loved animals including horses, cattle and he raised and trained several dogs.
He was preceded in death by his parents and one sister, Kathy Jones. He is survived by brothers Rick Mounteer (Joanne), Max Mounteer (Holly) and Cinthia Francesco (David); wife Beverly and her two children Jamie and Shannon; former wife Jacqueline Marsh and seven children: Colleen Couch (David), Monte Tucker, Tricia Beach, Shaun Mounteer (Andrea), Beverly Call (David), Nicole Mounteer, Erich Mounteer (Nancy); 33 grandchildren and 19 great-grandchildren.
Funeral services were held March 29, 2021 in Phoenix, Arizona. Viewing and visitation will be held at Rasmussen Funeral Home in Mt. Pleasant, Utah at 10 a.m. on April 2, 2021. Interment will be in Fairview City Cemetery.

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Erick James Christensen

March 18th, 2021

3/11/1970 ~ 3/18/2021

Erick James Christensen, 51, of Provo, Utah, passed away on March 18, 2021, at Utah Valley Hospital surrounded by his wife and children from a rare and aggressive infection.
Erick was born March 11, 1970, in Mount Pleasant, Utah, to James and Leslee Christensen. He was raised in Moroni and was the oldest of four rambunctious boys.
Erick had many hobbies and excelled at each of them. He played baseball, basketball and the saxophone in high school. He enjoyed fishing and hunting, especially if it wasn’t ruined by shooting an animal. He loved camping with family and friends and sitting by the fire reminiscing memories. Rock hounding, panning for gold and taking pictures of wildlife in the Henry Mountains and Book Cliffs with his brothers were only a few of his many interests.
Another large love in his life was his precious Ford Mustang. He scrimped and saved so he could pay cash so as not take away from the family funds. Kassy called it his mistress, but he would always remind her that she was his only true love. Read the rest of this entry »

Warren G. Poulsen

March 17th, 2021

4/4/1925 ~ 3/17/2021

Warren G. Poulsen left this earth to join his sweetheart, on March 17, 2021. It was a wonderful day, as he has been missing her for fourteen years!

Warren was born April 4, 1925, in Mt. Pleasant, Utah, to Peter Anthony and Henrietta Poulsen. The youngest of three children, Warren grew up loving the outdoors. He enjoyed hunting, FISHING, and helping his dad herd sheep. He had wonderful stories of causing mischief and having adventures in his beloved Wasatch Mountains.

Warren attended school in Mt. Pleasant, where he met his future wife, Eva Pedersen. She was the prom queen and he was the prom king – although they didn’t officially have a date until years later. Read the rest of this entry »