Susan Pollard

1/31/1963 ~ 1/26/2021

Susan Pollard, 57 of Ephraim, Utah, passed away unexpendedly January 26, 2021. Born January 31, 1963 to John Edward & Darlene Edna Rolph Folkner in Mesa, Arizona. Married Eldon Leroy Pollard September 11, 1993 in Mesa, Arizona later solemnized in the Mesa Temple.
Susan was a family oriented person. She lived for her grandchildren. They were her entire world. She loved to fish and camp with her family. She loved playing cards. Anytime there was a family get together cards were involved. She loved listening to country music, especially Garth Brooks. She had a deep love for her Heavenly Father.
Susan is survived by her husband Eldon; children Jarrah (Jessica) Folkner, Melissa (JD) Olson, Sarah (Ricky) Nixdorf, Kelle (Marc) Foster, Jared (Maggie) Pollard; siblings, Rose (Tom) Colby, Sue Young, Roberta (Glade) Ogden, Fred (Michelle) Folkner, Doreen (Mike) Selby, George Smith. Preceded in death by her parents.
Funeral Services will be held Friday, February 5, 2021 at 11:00 a.m. in the Ephraim 1st Ward Chapel 450 N. 200 W. Ephraim, Utah with a viewing from 9:30 – 10:30 a.m. prior to services at the church. Services can be watched live at link in her obituary.

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One Response to “Susan Pollard”

  1. Jana Martin says:

    Oh how I loved my Sue Sue! She was a rock for me and I a rock for her for soooo many years. I love her beyond words. I knew her in a way that no other friend did. She always shared her laughs and tears with her. Our phone calls lasted for hours at a time talking about everything. From dirty diaper, dreams, ambitions, heartaches, joys, dreamed projects, testimony and our Savior and so many other things…. Sometimes it was me doing all of the talking because I needed a listening ear and other times it was her doing the talking and me listening. It was a joke between her and I. The first thing she’d say is do you have any laundry to fold or do you want to go for a long ride….. She loved her country music and she knew every word. She always bragged about her kids and how incredibly blessed she was as a grandmother. She couldn’t say enough about her love and devotion to her family. We’ve both been through a lot over the last 28 years….She was a true light in my life and a glimmer of happiness to me in so many ways. OH how I will miss my Sue Sister…. she was more than a friend…. she was a true sister who will be missed beyond any expression I can give. Can’t wait to have a long chat with you again Sue. I know you’re seeing a beauty you’ve missed and you’re not in pain anymore. You’re true, your devoted, and you’re loved. I love your family so very much!!!!