Ralph Duane “Pete” Jensen

10/28/1930 ~ 11/06/2020

Ralph Duane “Pete” Jensen, 90 of Moroni, Utah, passed away Friday November, 6, 2020 in Nephi, UT. Born October 28, 1930 to William & Elsie Sorensen Jensen in Moroni, Utah, the youngest of three children. Married Carolyn Jensen in 1958 in Mt. Pleasant, UT. They are the parents of two children Juanita and Richard.
Pete served active duty in the US Army for 24 years. His deployments included Korea, Vietnam,
Okinawa, Thailand and several other countries in the Far East. He was also stationed in Hawaii, Fort Douglas, UT, San Francisco and San Pedro, CA; White Sands Missile Range, NM; Fort Monmouth, NJ. After retirement he moved his family to Moroni where he filled several jobs around the community. Pete was an avid hunter, rock hound and marksman. He loved to camp with his family, enjoyed photography and exploring the country.
Survived by his wife, Carolyn, his kids Juanita (Val) and Richard (Kesli), his grandson Robert McEvoy (Sheremy) and four great grandkids, Logan, Alexandrea, Zayden and Gwendlynn.
Graveside services will be held Thursday, November 12, 2020 at 1:00 p.m. in the Moroni City Cemetery. In lieu of flowers please gather your family and tell them you love them. Online condolences at rasmussenmortuary.com

13 Responses to “Ralph Duane “Pete” Jensen”

  1. Sherry Carmenini says:

    Carolyn and Family,
    My sincerest condolences. May you all know that my love and prayers are with you. I am so sorry for your loss but I will always remember our great laughs at White Sands Missile Range. Those are memories that stay in your heart forever.
    Please keep in touch. I will call in a few days.
    With love and hugs
    Sherry

  2. Rhonda Merriman says:

    Sending my love and prayers at this time. So sorry for your loss grateful in knowing you and your family. Please know my friendship is always there and if I can do anything for you and yours please let me know

  3. Carolyn, Juanita and Val, Richard and Keslie we will always cherish our time on the mountain 14 years and 10 of them at Two Peter’s flat. What fun we had. So many visitors, truck rides, going to listen to the bands in Huntington and dinners in San Pete with all our friends and going fishing, and bon fires. What memories we share. We will miss Pete so much but we will still stay in touch and love all your family. We love you

  4. Judi Bishop says:

    Juanita and family, My deepest condolences with the loss of your dad. May his memory be eternal and those memories help ease your pain when you have those moments of emptiness without him here. Love, prayers and peace in your hearts.

  5. Debbie and Rebecca Pearson says:

    Juanita,

    We’re so sorry to hear about your dad. I know from your stories what an awesome man he was. We are truly grateful for his service and your family’s sacrifices. You’re in our hearts and prayers.

    Sincerely, Debbie and Rebecca

  6. Winny Mugweh says:

    My condolences and deep sympathy go out to Kesli, Richard and the entire Jensen family at the passing of their loved one, at this difficult time of Covid-19. My family and I are forever grateful for the kindness Kesli showed us when one of ours passed away and I wish peace and tranquility for all of you at this tiring time. You’re all in my prayers and we wish Mr. Ralph “Pete’ Jensen Godspeed on his final journey here on earth. RIP
    Winny

  7. George Bench says:

    Dear Carolyn,
    We express our condolences to you at the passing of your husband. Pete was always friendly and kind to everyone. You also have been an example to me for the dedication you gave to your work at the Middle School while I was there. Thank you. May the Lords blessing be with you at this time of sorrow.

    Sincerely, George and Peggy

  8. Teri Morris says:

    Dear Carolyn, So sorry to see this in the obituary. I saw on facebook last week where you posted he had made it to 90. I send my love and prayers for you and your family. Love Teri.

  9. My heart goes out to you all! PeterBum was the best he made the time I spent in moroni as a teenage city kid not so hard he always made me laugh, and I’ll never forgot when I would lay in the road when he was coming up and he would pretend he was going to run me over then get out and tease me about being a hoodlum and then hug me real hard. I loved him very much he will al in my heart

  10. Carolyn – so sorry to hear of Pete’s passing. We pray for you and your children and wish the very best for you at this time of sorrow and change. We surely appreciated the years we were associated with you at the Middle School and on the mountain.

    Sincerely, Courtney and Sheila

  11. Philip Johnson says:

    I am sorry to hear about your loss. You and your family are in my thoughts and prayers.
    Sincerely Philip Johnson and family

  12. Mark and Paula Jorgenson says:

    Carolyn,
    So sorry for your loss. We send our sympathies and prayers.

  13. Carolyn, Juanita, and Richard:
    We are so sorry to hear of Pete’s passing. I can remember, as if yesterday, your family living across the street. You took Layne and I in as part of your family when our parents and older siblings went out of town for several days. I also recall the family’s excitement when Pete would spend time at home from military service. A great guy- through and through! Thank you Carolyn for speaking at our mother’s funeral. You did a great job.
    Requiescet in pace Pete,
    Christine and Earl Arnoldson

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