Gary Ray Underwood

November 1st, 2019

11/3/1942 ~ 11/1/2019

Gary Ray Underwood, 77, of Spring City, UT went to heaven peacefully on November 1st, 2019. He was born in Cortland, NY on November 3rd, 1942 to Ray Cowan Underwood and Mary Anne Pilat, both deceased. Siblings, Dave and Walt, are also deceased. Gary was raised in Groton, NY, but made residences in Apache Junction, AZ; Beaverton and Columbia River Gorge, OR; Lyle and Tenino, WA, and Spring City, UT. Gary had a deep love of his country to include the US flag, veteran’s, bald eagles, and wolves. Although he did not serve in the military, he had a profound love for those that did. He was also a devoted fan to the New England Patriots and Nascar racing. Read the rest of this entry »

Sandra Jo Peterson Frampton

November 1st, 2019

1/29/1939 ~ 11/1/2019

Sandra Jo Peterson Frampton was born on January 29, 1939, in Fillmore, Utah. She was the second of four daughters born to Reed and Pearl Peterson. She passed away peacefully surrounded by husband, children and sisters on November 1, 2019.
Sandy was an elegant and beautiful woman who married the love of her life, Kent Frampton, on October 11, 1957, in the Manti, Utah Temple.
Sandy worked in accounting for West Valley City for 18 years. She was an excellent number cruncher, who was known as the first one in to work and the last one to leave each day. She was a dedicated member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. She served in many positions within the church, including Relief Society, Young Women’s and her favorite – Primary. Read the rest of this entry »

Beth Luane Black Frampton

November 1st, 2019

Our beloved Mom, Grandma, and friend, Beth Luane Black Frampton, 91, left this life on Nov. 1, 2019, to spend her 72nd anniversary with her sweetheart, Bertis, who left us almost 20 years ago. Beth was born Dec. 29, 1927 to Willis Eugene and Geneva Bennett Black, the 3rd of 7 children. She married Bertis Frampton on Nov. 2, 1947. Together they had two beautiful children, Susan and Jim, whom they were extremely proud of. They were sealed as a family Dec. 14, 1962. She was the proud grandma of 5 grandchildren; Jamie, Brian, Jessica, Bailee, and Taylor. She enjoyed being a grandma, but was head over heels in love with her 16 great-grandchildren. She was lovingly referred to as “Betha” by them. She loved nothing more than being with her family and having her grandchildren come to visit. Read the rest of this entry »

Richard “Dick” Warren Allred

November 1st, 2019

4/24/1939 ~ 11/1/2019

Richard “Dick” Warren Allred, 80 of Spring City, Utah passed away November 1, 2019 at the Veteran’s Hospital in Salt Lake City. Born April 24, 1939 to Frank Beck & Evaneal Olsen Allred in Salina, Utah. Dick served his country in the US Navy from 1957 to 1963. Married Dianne Ruth McCormick in 1963. He continued his education and earned his bachelors degree in Engineering. They lived in Southern California until 1978 and then moved to Spring City, UT where they raised their family. He was a member of the Sanpete County Search and Rescue where he served as the Commander and also as a State Commander. Dick enjoyed competition shooting and made many life long friends through Search and Rescue. Dick loved being and doing things with his family and grandchildren. Read the rest of this entry »

Danny R Dyches

October 28th, 2019

11/6/1950 ~ 10/28/2019

Danny Ross Dyches, 68, passed on, October 28, 2019, surrounded by his loving family. Danny was born Nov. 6, 1950 in Mt. Pleasant, Ut. to Dean and LaRae Carlson Dyches. He married Barbara Joan Johansen on June 7, 1975 in the Manti LDS Temple. They have a son, Jeremy (deceased); grandson, Brody; daughter, Nicole (Jason) Larson; granddaughters, Olivia, Brooklyn, and Gracie; daughter, Raquel Christensen; granddaughter Janee, grandsons Jaxon and Braxton. Danny was a State Farm agent for 41 years. Danny lived life to the fullest. He was a turkey grower, enjoyed farming, hunting, visiting with family and friends, riding the West mountain, and especially the deer hunt. Danny’s favorite holidays were the 4th of July and Christmas-riding around playing music. He loved spending time with his friends, family, and grandchildren. Read the rest of this entry »

George William Peahl

October 23rd, 2019

5/29/1963 ~ 10/23/2019

George William Peahl age 56, died October 23, 2019. He was born on May 29, 1963 in De Witt Iowa. He was the oldest of a set of twins, having been born 5 minutes before his brother. He was the sixth child born to Harold and Jeanette Peahl. He attended elementary and junior high schools in De Witt. At age 15, his family moved to Provo, Utah where he attended Timpview High School. George married Lora Dalton in August of 1981 and together they had two children, and later divorced. He married Julie Wakefield and together they had two children and later divorced. George was an outstanding mechanic and enjoyed building cars for demolition derbies. He loved collecting hot wheels and random trinkets that he would give the grandkids. George dreamed of being and Race Car driver like his idol Dale Earnhart and enjoyed attending races. Read the rest of this entry »

Jan V McKee

October 23rd, 2019

10/12/1933 ~ 10-23-2019

McKeeJanCropJan V McKee, age 86, passed away October 23, 2019 at his home in Bountiful, Utah. He was born October 12, 1933 in Holden, Utah to Vorda and Nettie Hunter McKee, the youngest of nine children. After his mother died in 1947 when he was 13, he continued to help with the family businesses including a small store in the front of their home, a movie theater next door, and a vegetable farm southeast of town. Jan attended Millard High School and was an excellent athlete in football and track.
After attending the University of Utah and Branch Agricultural College (now SUU) for half a year, Jan began his career as an asbestos worker in 1951. He worked throughout the west including Utah, Idaho, Wyoming and Montana. After his time in the military, Jan continued his career as an asbestos worker, serving as the local Union President for 17 years. Read the rest of this entry »

Kaye Whicker Castor

October 14th, 2019

5/25/1947 ~ 10/14/2019

CastorKayeKaye Whicker Castor returned to her Parents in Heaven October 14, 2019 in Carlin, NV.  She was born May 25, 1947 in Fillmore, UT to Lloyd Grant and Christie Warner Whicker.  She was sealed to her parents February 16, 1963 in the Manti Temple.  Married Gary Dale Castor June 12, 1965 in Fillmore, UT later solemnized in the Salt Lake Temple on August 20, 1983.  She was an accomplished pilot, secretary for the local airport, cosmetologist, seamstress, interior decorator and a Avon Distributor.  Kaye served in many positions and supported many in their service in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints.  She served a two year senior mission with her husband Gary. Read the rest of this entry »

Tracy Kathleen Madsen Johansen

October 11th, 2019

1/5/1966 ~ 10/11/2019

JohansenTracyTracy Johansen (Tracy Jo) our beloved Wife, Mother, Grandmother, Daughter, Sister and Friend to so many people went back to live with our heavenly father and reunite with family and friends on October 11, 2019. After a long year of fighting breast cancer she is finally free of her pain.
Tracy is survived by her husband Steve Johansen; Her children Jaclyn (Jeff) Lewis; Justin (Josee) Johansen; Her brother Marty (Katrina) Madsen; Her sister Christy Carlon (Kirk) Umphrey; Her mother Leslie Madsen and her father John “Jack” (Kathy) Madsen. Preceded in death by her brother Matt Madsen. . Read the rest of this entry »

Linda Ellen Hoddy-Tripp

October 11th, 2019

6/28/1946 ~ 10/11/2019

Hoddy-TrippLinda001FixedLinda, as she is known to Mike, her husband and companion of 38 years, is known as mom to me and 13 others, grandma to 34 grandchildren, and great-grandma to 10 great-grandchildren.
Born June 28, 1946 to John Edward & Artie Jo Merritt Jordan in Barboursville, West Virginia
The story of her family, as it’s known today, started on March, 24, 1981 when she was sealed to Dad in the Washington D.C. Temple of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. On that day, a man, woman, and 11 children became a family, sealed to each other for all time. Another three years would see child 12, 13, and 14 added to the roster. Her journey as mom of 14 would take her through five states, at least 10 cities, and at least a dozen homes. Read the rest of this entry »