Weber Co., Utah Obituaries


Flora Wadsworth King.

Posted by Melba

Hooper: Mrs Flora Belle Wadsworth King, died in Ogden (Weber Co.) December 22 1977 at the age of 88.
She was born July 24 1889 in Cottonwood Canyon [Morgan County], the daughter of William and Martha Ann Hardy Wadsworth. She married Grover King Nov.23 1910.in the Salt Lake Temple. Grover passed away Nov.21 1951.
They are the parents of 6 daughters, Twins Flora [Minor Jones] and Nora [Bernard] Poulsen, Lucille [Gene] Finch, Vivian [Lewis Field] Bertha [Elmer] Potokar, Hazel [Kenneth] Searcy. She had 24 Grandchildren, 63 Great grandchildren and 15 Great Great grandchildren. Flo lived in Hooper most of her life. Her husband Grover ran the Hooper Tomato factory and the Hooper Pea viners for many years. She loved her home,and always had a beautiful flower garden. Her front porch was her family and friends favorite gathering spot for many many years.
She is buried in the Hooper Cemetery.


Iris Nola Wadsworth Sowell

Posted by Melba

Iris Nola Wadsworth Sowell
Iris Sowell of Hooper, Weber Co. Utah. passed away Friday Jan 10, 1997. She was born Aug. 25 1906 in Hooper. A daughter of William and Martha Ann Hardy Wadsworth. She
married Carl Sowell Oct. 6 1927. He died may 31 1962.
Iris and Carl had two sons, Carl Wesley [Florence] Sowell,
Clyde [Ruby] Sowell, and a daughter Ilah Jean [Harvey] Holdeman. 11 grandchildren and 27 great grandchildren.
Iris was last living child of Martha Ann and William Wadsworth's family. After her husband Carl passed away, she moved back to Hooper, and lived in the old Wadsworth home. Her father built the home in 1897. It was built on the same foundation of the first Hooper tomato factory. The factory was burned down after a wage dispute and a suit was brought against Nephi Hardy, L.P.Johnson & Co. for the Hooper canning co.


Joseph Howard Wadsworth

Posted by Melba

Magna - J. Howard Wadsworth, died April 21 1991, at the age of 80. He was born November 2, 1910 in Hooper, Weber Co. Utah. The son of William Myron and Martha Ann Hardy Wadsworth.
Howard married Sarah Evelyn Miller Oct. 22nd. 1929.
Survived by children, Clair and Norma Wadsworth, Leland and Dee Wadsworth, Margo Wadsworth, all of Magna Utah. nine grandchildren and eight great grandchildren, and sister Iris Sowell of Hooper. He was preceded in death by his Sweetheart Evelyn, who died Nov.27 1980, and sons Russell and Loren.
He is buried at Valley View Memorial Park in Magna.


Mattie Cunnington

Posted by Melba

Matilda J. Cunnington, of Hooper, died Wednesday,December,20th, 1995. She was born August 12 1904, in West Weber, Utah, a daughter of Thomas M and Matilda McFarland Jones. She married Joseph A (Allie) Cunnington, on Aug. 17th 1924. He died May 27th. 1955.
She was raised in Hooper. Mattie lived in her pretty Brick home in Hooper for many years.
Mattie and Allie had two sons and two daughters, Keith Robert, and Chloy Cunnington, Shirley Koberna and Juana Anderson. 10 Grandchildren and 13 Great grandchildren
Surviving are the following brothers, Arch Jones, Robert Jones, Bert Jones. She was preceded in death by her son Chloy, and three sisters, and two brothers. She is buried in the Hooper Cemetery.


Bessie Widdison

Posted by Melba

Bessie Widdison
Hooper- Bessie Widdison 73, of 5517 S. 5900 W. Hooper, died Friday, April 12 1985, at the McKay- Dee Hospital of Pneumonia.
She was born Nov. 28, 1911, in Hooper, a daughter of Willard and Amanda Johnson Widdison. She was reared and educated in Hooper . Surviving are three brothers and five sisters; Melvin, Francis, and Merril, all of Hooper.
Mildred Folkman, Viola Folkman, Flora Neibaur, Jennie Stoddard, Marlene Doxey.
Funeral services will be conducted Tuesday at 11:00 am. in the Hooper 1st. Ward Chapel. Interment in the Hooper Cemetery.


Laura (Coulter) Nelson Peasley d. Feb. 11, 1942

Posted by Jen Pidgeon

obit from the Ogden, UT paper, Feb. 12, 1942:
"Laura C.N. Peasley
Laura Coulter Nelson Peasley, 76, 2579 Monroe, died in a local hospital Wednesday.
She was born Dec. 18, 1865, in Franklin county, Ohio. She was a member of the Methodist church and had been an Ogden resident for the past 25 years.
Surviving are a son, Elmer P. Nelson, Ogden; and a sister, Mrs. W.L. Richardson of Gunnison, Colo.; five grandchildren and five great-grandchildren.
She lived in Ohio until she was about 25, then moved to Colorado, where she married James Nelson, who was killed in a mine accident. In 1890 she married William Peasley in Denver, who died in 1914. She later moved to Nevada to live with her son and then came to Ogden in 1916.
Funeral rites will be held Friday at one p.m. in the Aultorest chapel. Entombment will be in Aultorest mausoleum. The body may be viewed this evening from seven-thirty until nine-thirty o'clock at the Aultorest mortuary, and until time of services Friday."


Elizabeth Hart Manning

Posted by Beth

Hooper,Weber Utah, Sept 23 1937
Elizabeth Manning:

Services for Mrs. Elizabeth Hart Manning 81, widow of John Manning who died Wednesday from a heart ailment, at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Eva Christensen, will be held Sunday at 2:30 p.m. in the Hooper Ward, with Bishop John Dee Hooper in charge. Interment will be in the Hooper Cemetery. Mrs Manning was born in Ogden Feb, 15 1856, daughter of John I and Sarah Collins Hart, but has resided here since 1872.
Surviving sons and daughters are: Hyrum J. and Frank H. Manning. Burley Idaho; Mrs David Neibaur, Emmett Idaho; George and Clarence J Manning and Mrs. Eva Christensen, Hooper, Utah; Mrs. Oscar H. Child, Price: William H Manning, Cedar City, and Mrs. David Johnston, Clinton Utah: 69 grandchildren and 70 Great grandchildren;
Brothers and sisters, Walter Hart, West Weber; Mrs. James Stanger, Hanson Idaho; Ed Hart, Midvale; Isaac Hart,Mrs, Sophie Nelson and Mrs Earl Cook, Ogden; Heber Hart, Brigham City; Mrs John Smout, Slaterville; Mrs Alice Linde and Fred Reidy, Pueblo Colo.


Isabella M Jones

Posted by Donna

Died at Kanesville--- Mrs Isabella M Jones, wife of the late John Thomas Jones. died at the family residence at Kanesville, yesterday morning,(March 31 1909) after a brief illines of apoplexy.
Born Feb 20 1822 in Lintrathen Angus Scotland, the daughter of Margaret Downy and James Mckenzie.
Funeral services will be held at the Kansville meeting house tomorrow forenoon at 11 0'clock.
The body will be buried in the Ogden cemetery.


Margaret Anderson Jones

Posted by Donna

Provo, May 10 1916-- Mrs Margaret Anderson Jones, who died at Provo general hospitial, May 08 after an operation for appendicitis, was born Dec 17 1848, daughter of Catherine Mckenzie and Alexander Anderson, in Perth Scotland.
She joined the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and came to Utah in 1865. She made her homes in Salt Lake and Kanesville, (Weber)Utah.
She had came to Prove for a visit with her only daughter Mrs.John F Rawson, when she took ill.
Twenty five years ago her husband John Thomas Jones, died leaving her with a family of eight children to raise. Five whom survived as follows: Mrs J F Rawson (Catherine) of Provo. John Thomas Jones of Pocatello. Thomas Rose Jones, Kanesville, Hyrum George Jones of Metropolis. Robert Jones of Preston, and a number of grandchildren.
For a number of years Mrs Jones, held the office of president of Relief society of Kanesville and was well thought of by all who knew her. She was in every respect a devoted Latter-day Saint. Interment in the Ogden cemetery


Harold Minor Jones

Posted by Melba

Harold Minor Jones 39 , a lifetime resident of Hooper, Weber, Utah, died at ten thirty a.m. July 3 1950, after a very short illness. He had been operating a pea vinery in Hooper for the California packing Corp, when fumes leaking from a gas motor, over-came him.

He was born Feb.15 1911 in Hooper, a son of Hyrum G and Florence Flinders Jones. He had always lived in Hooper.
On Aug 27,1930, he married Flora King, in Ogden, and later received endowment at L.D.S. S.L.C. Temple.
He was a member of Hooper First ward and at the time of death was president of his Ward Y.M.M.I.A. Minor was a elder and active in Boy Scout work.
Surviving are his widow Flora, and the following Son and Daughters: Harold Ray, Donna, Melba, Linda, and 3mo old Shirley Jones, Mrs Orson (Beth) Christensen, all of Hooper.
His parents, Hooper, and the following brothers and sisters; Don and Clyde Jones of Ogden; Alton and Edsel Jones of Hooper; Mrs Eva Dawson Clearfield, Mrs Edna Thurgood and Mrs Elda Flint of West Point. The body is at the mortuary, 3400 Washington, Ogden


Grace M. Schell

Posted by Jackie Carroll Ozment

In the Vallejo Times Herald October 22, 1956 Vallejo, CA.

Grace M. Schell dies in hospital

Mrs. Grace M. Schell, 68, of 814 Carolina Street, Vallejo, CA, died yesterday (10.21.1956) in a local hospital after a long illness.

She was a native of Arkansas City, Kansas, and had been a Vallejo resident for 32 years.

Mrs. Schell was a past president of the McKinley School PTA and a member of the Vallejo Woman's Club. She was also a member of the Ogden, Utah chapter of Eastern Star.

Surviving are her one son, Andrew G. Schell of Vallejo, CA, a cousin, Mrs. Ruth Mathew of Berkeley and an aunt Mrs. Rose Summers of Berkeley.

She was the widow of the late Andrew Schell of Vallejo, CA.

Funeral services are pending at Wiggins Funeral Home.


Clara Elizabeth Walker Traveller

Posted by Debbie....So California

Clara Elizabeth Walker - Traveller

b. 28 Feb 1905, Cache County, Logan, Utah
d. 24 Jun 1992, Weber County, Ogden, Utah

Cause of death: Pneumonia
Social Security# 529-32-4118

Parents: Albert WALKER and Elizabeth KING, UT
Brother: Eldon WALKER, UT
Widowed: (*Orval C. TRAVELLER, d. 1984, UT)
Son: (*Lee Warren WALKER, d. 1989, CA)

Myers Mortuary (#804), 5865 South 1900 West, Roy UT 84067
Burial: Richmond Cemetary, Richmond UT

Source: State of Utah, Certificate of Death# 005332

* Posted by: dkw, grandaughter... California

 


Earl Moss

Posted by Charles MOSS

Earl Moss, 64, was found dead in his room in the hotel at 186 Twenty-fifth, Saturday, following a brief illness. He had been a resident of Ogden for about a year. He was born in McCammon, Idaho, in 1880, a son of Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Moss.

In 1905 he married Viola Monroe at Lava Hot Springs, Idaho. She died 31 years ago. He worked in the livestock industry. Survivors include the following sons and daughters: Elroy C. Moss, Red Bluff, Calif.; Mrs. Thelma Stine, Nampa, Idaho; Mrs. Naomi Robinson and Mrs., Kathleen Olson, Oakland Calif.: nine grandchildren and several brothers and sisters residing in Idaho.

Funeral services will be conducted Tuesday at two p.m. in the Lava Hot Springs L.D.S. ward chapel by J. R. Maughn bishop. Burial will be in Lava Hot Springs cemetery. The Body is at the mortuary, 836 Thirty-sixth, Ogden.

Ogden Standard Examiner November 1944


Hazel Elizabeth James Park

Posted by Trini Tracy

The Standard Examiner
Wednesday, October 22, 1986, Pg 3-D

COUNTY'S FIRST FEMALE DEPUTY DIES

CLINTON --- Hazel Elizabeth James Park, 80, of 933 W. 2300 North, formerly of Washington Terrace, died Monday, Oct. 20, 1986, at a local nursing home of heart failure.

She was born Dec. 3, 1905, in Rockport, Mo., a daughter of David H. and Mellie E. Weston James. She married Ralph M. Bates. He later died. She married Albert A. Smith Nov. 18, 1929 in Council Bluffs, Iowa. They were later divorced. She married Russell L. Park in 1947 in Omaha, Neb. He later died.

She had lived in the Ogden area since 1947. She was a high school graduate and attended Weber State College for one year.

She worked as the first woman deputy sheriff in Weber County. She was a teacher for Steven's Henager College and later organized and worked as president of the Golden Spike Country-Western Music Association.

She was a member of the LDS Church and was active in the Young Women's organization donating numerous road shows. She also taught drama.

"Hazel Park Day" was held in her honor on July 20, 1986.

During World War II she sold Series E War Bonds and later provided gifts to the wounded at Clark Air Force Base Hospital in the Philipines during the Vietnam War.

She pioneered programs for the handicapped in Utah, broadcasting from KVOG in Ogden, raising funds for wheelchairs, mattresses, braces, and other items to shut-ins. She arranged ambulance rides up Ogden Canyon, held fishing parties, and picnics for the handicapped for 23 years. Her efforts were acknowledged by an appearance on the television program "About Faces".

She presented Utah talent at a concert for the president and 1,000 guests at the White House in 1977, and produced the annual Pioneer Days Concert for 17 years.

Surviving are one son and three daughters, Albert D. Smith, Orem; Mrs. Glen L. (June) Wilson, Clinton; Mrs. John J. (Janice) Scarborough, Orlando, Fla.; Mrs. LeRoy C. (Mellie) Smith, Lake Wales, Fla.; 32 grandchildren and 32 great-grandchildren.

Also surviving are three brothers and two sisters, Melford James, Benjamin James, both of Nebraska City, Neb.; Raymond James, Blair, Neb.; Mrs. Clay (Genevieve) Massey, McMinnville, Ore.; and Mrs. Dale (Vera) Whaley, Omaha, Neb.

She was preceded in death by three brothers and two sisters.

Services will be Friday at 11 a.m. in the Larkin and Sons Mortuary where friends may call Thursday from 7 to 9 p.m. and Friday from 10 to 10:45 a.m.

Interment will be in the Ogden City Cemetery.


David Russell Turner

Posted by Trini Tracy

The Standard Examiner
Monday, April 18th, 1988

NORTH OGDEN--- David Russell Turner, 53, of 321 E. 3100 N., died Saturday, April 16th, 1988 as the result of an automobile accident.

He was born Aug. 7, 1934, in Ogden, a son of Percy William and Frances R. Brooks Turner.

On Feb. 12, 1960, he married DaLone Jensen in Brigham City.

He was a member of the North Ogden LDS 7th Ward.

He served in the U.S. Marines during the Korean Conflict.

He was a member of the American Legion and former president of Toastmasters.

Surviving are his widow of North Ogden, one son and three daughters, Carl David Turner, North Ogden; Mrs. Lyle (Mechelle "Cricket") Parry, Farmington; Mrs. Blake (Terri) Hancock, Plain City; Cydney Turner, North Ogden, three grandchildren.

Also surviving are three sisters, Mrs. Clarence (Bertha) Johnson, Shingle Springs, Calif.; Mrs. Edward J. (Lorraine) Dombrowski, Sunset; Mrs. Maxine Smith, Ogden.

Services will be held on Wednesday at 11 a.m. at Myers Mortuary Chapel, 845 Washington Blvd., with Kenneth O. Dean of the North Ogden 7th Ward bishopric officiating.

The family will meet friends at the mortuary on Tuesday from 6 to 8 p.m. and on Wednesday from 9:45 a.m. to 10:45 a.m.

Interment, North Ogden Cemetery.


F. Rebecca Brooks Turner Stoker

Posted by Trini Tracy

The Standard Examiner

Frances R. Brooks Turner Stoker, 92, formerly of 560 Jefferson, died Wednesday, February 4, 1987, at the St. Benedict's Hospital of heart failure.

She was born Sept. 25, 1894, in Ogden, a daughter of William and Harriett Whatman Brooks.

On Dec. 18, 1915, she married Percy Turner in Ogden. They were later divorced. She later married Earl Stoker. He died in 1973.

She was a member of the 8th LDS Ward, and held many positions in the church. She was active in the Relief Society, and was a visiting teacher.

She had been a practical nurse in private homes in the area.

Surviving are one son and three daughters, David R. Turner; Mrs. Maxine Smith, both of Ogden; Mrs. Clarence (Bertha) Johnson, Shingle Springs, Calif.; Mrs. Edward (Lorraine) Dombrowski, Sunset; 24 grandchildren; 58 great-grandchildren; eight great-great-grandchildren.

She was preceded in death by three sons, one daughter, and four grandchildren.

Services will be held Saturday at 1 p.m. at Myers Mortuary Chapel in Ogden with Roger Forsberg officiating.

The family will meet friends at the mortuary on Friday from 6 to 8 p.m., and on Saturday from 11:45 a.m. to 12:45 p.m.

Interment, Ogden City Cemetery.


Percy William Turner

Posted by Trini Tracy

The Standard Examiner

Percy William Turner, 55, of 2863 Harrison, yardmaster for O.U.R. & D. died at three p.m. Sunday in a local hospital after a heart ailment.

Mr. Turner was born Nov. 13, 1894, in Burmingzee, Eng., a son of William and Bertha Crane Turner.

He was a member of the Ogden Elks club, Union Pacific Old Timers club, the Railroad Yardmasters of America and the Order of Railway Conductors.

Surviving are his widow, Mrs. Beatrice N. Turner, Ogden; a daughter, Jodi Turner, Ogden and the following sons and daughters by a former marriage: Mrs. Mike (Bertha) Christiaens, Clearfield; Mrs. Martin (Alice) McFarland; Mrs. Bill (Maxine) Smith, Bud, Carl, David and Ernest Lawrence, Ogden and Mrs. Edward (Lorraine) Dombrowski, Reading, Pa.; 12 grandchildren; his mother, Mrs. Ernest Lawrence, Ogden; also two sisters and a brother, Mrs. William Alexander, Mrs. Leonard Cashmore, and Albert Turner, Ogden.

The body is at the mortuary, 544 Twenty-sixth.


Lorenzo Earl Stoker

Posted by Trini Tracy

Roy --- Lorenzo Earl Stoker, 72, of 5329 S. 2300 W., died Monday morning at the Dee Hospital.

Mr. Stoker was born Sept. 16, 1893, in Hooper, a son of Lorenzo and Polly Adeline Hammon Stoker.

On June 30, 1915, he was married to Besie Lora Brown in the Salt Lake LDS Temple.

He had been a resident of Roy most of his life. He was a farmer and had been employed as a brake-man for the Southern Pacific Co. and as an express clerk for the Railway Express Co.

He was a high priest in the Roy LDS Fifth Ward and had been an instructor in the high priest group and a Sunday School teacher. He served an LDS mission to England in 1913. He attended Weber Academy.

Surviving are Mrs. Stoker of San Diego, one son, Rulon Stoker, San Diego; four daughters, Mrs. Spencer (Armenta) Higley, Hooper; Miss Eva Stoker, Mrs. Robert (Lois) Herring, Mrs. James (Joan) Rinden, all of San Diego; nine grandchildren, 3 great-grandchildren, three brothers, Jesse Stoker, Ellis Stoker, both of Ogden; Wells Stoker, Huntsville; four sisters, Mrs. Albert (Pearl) James, Ogden; Mrs. Fuschia Stoker Jones, Salt Lake City; Mrs. Roger (Goldie) Allison, Roy; Mrs. Jess (Betsy) Lillywhite, LaHabra, Calif.

Funeral services will be held Friday at 1 p.m. in Lindquist and Sons Colonial Chapel with Bishop Golden Olesen of the Roy Fifth Ward conducting.

Friends may call at the mortuary Thursday from 7 to 9 p.m. and Friday prior to services. Burial in Roy Cemetery.


David Josiah Brooks

Posted by Trini Tracy

The Standard Examiner
October 5th, 1964, Pg 9B, Column 2

David J. Brooks, 78, of 2547 Jefferson, died Sunday evening at the Dee Hospital.

Mr. Brooks was born March 14, 1886, in Ogden, a son of Frederick and Harriet Whatman Brooks. In 1904 he was married to Elizabeth Petersen in Ogden. They were later divorced.

He had been a miner in Nevada and had been employed by J.H. Wheelright Co. in Ogden and Ogden Arsenal.

Surviving are five sons and one daughter, William H. Brooks, Lawrence Brooks, Frank Brooks, Monte Brooks, all of Ogden; Charles Brooks, Milwaukee, Wis.; Mrs. John (Mabel) Parcell, Ogden; 23grandchildren, one brother, William J. Brooks, San Diego; two sisters, Mrs. Frances Stoker, Ogden; Mrs. Alice Ross, Oakland, Calif.

Funeral services will be conducted Wednesday at 3 p.m. in the Myers Mortuary with Rev. Roy E. Wiegand of the First Baptist Church officiating. Friends may call at the mortuary Tuesday from 7 to 9 p.m. and Wednesday prior to services.

Burial is in Ogden City Cemetery.


Beatrice Edna Nagle Turner

Posted by Trini Tracy

The Standard Examiner

OGDEN--- Beatrice Edna Nagle Turner, 94, passed away Sunday, August 13, 2000 at Aspen Care Center.

She was born May 17, 1906 in Ottawa, Illinois to William Henry and Josephine Connolly Nagle. She married Percy W. Turner in 1944. He preceded her in death on Aug 26, 1950. She was a very active member of St. Joseph's Catholic Church. She worked very closely with the Victory-Knoll Sisters in the 1950's and 60's at St. Joseph's. Bea was known as the "Doll Lady" for her knowledge of dolls at Lowes and Kiddie-Ville Department Stores. After her retirement, she enjoyed needle-craft and was involved in animal welfare organizations.

Surviving are one daughter, Jodi (Jeff) Crivello, Ogden; three granddaughters, Megan, Christia and Devon; three step-daughters, Maxine Smith, Ogden; Bertha Johnson, Calif.; and Lorraine Dumbrowsky, Ogden. Also surviving are one sister, Josephine Nagle, Ogden; and two nephews that she helped raise, Keith (Elizabeth) Nagle, Charleston, SC; and David (Debi) Nagle, Waterloo, IA.

Funeral services will be held Friday, August 18, 2000 at 10 a.m. at Myers Mortuary Chapel in Ogden, 845 Washington Blvd., where friends may call on Thursday from 6-8 p.m. and Friday from 9:30-10 a.m.

Interment: Aultorest Memorial Park.


Albert "Alb" Alexander

Posted by Trini Tracy

The Standard Examiner

OGDEN---Alb Alexander, 82, died Friday, July 21, 2000 at his home of causes incident to age.

He was born March 19th, 1918 in Copper Cliff, Ontario Canada, a son of William S. and Mable G. Turner Alexander.

In 1938, Albert married Velma Smith (now Velma Stout) in Ogden. They were later divorced. On February 14, 1970, he married Alice Turner McFarland in Las Vegas, Nevada. Alice died August 18, 1983. Alb married Marian Jensen on July 23, 1985 in Carson City, Nevada.

At the age of five, Alb moved to Ogden where he resided for the remainder of his life.

He was a member of the Episcopalian Church.

Alb was a veteran of World War II and the Korean War, serving with the U.S. Navy.

He worked at Defense Depot Ogden as a mechanic, and retired from Hill Air Force Base where he had been an item manager.

Alb enjoyed carpentry, wood-working, and fishing. He was member of the Elks Lodge.

Surviving are his wife, Marian of Ogden; one son and one daughter, Roy E. (Yvonne) Alexander, Ogden; Lorie (Ernie) Hanson, Layton; eight grandchildren and 13 great-grandchildren.

Alb is also survived by one brother and two sisters, John (Hazel) Alexander, Ogden; Shirley Alexander, San Fernando, Calif.; Gladis Schwandeman, Salt Lake City.

He was preceded in death by his parents; one son, Ray Albert (twin brother of Roy); one sister, Bertha Duffin; and five brothers, Ernie, Art, Bill, Robert, and Lenny Alexander.

Funeral services will be held Tuesday at 11 p.m. at Lindquist's Ogden Mortuary, 3408 Washington Blvd.

Friends may call at the mortuary on Monday from 6 to 8 p.m. and Tuesday 10 to 10:45 a.m.

Interment, Ogden City Cemetery where Military Honors will be accorded by the Combined Veterans Honor Guard.


Earl R Howard

Posted by Trini Tracy

Kaysville---Earl Raymond Howard, 82, of 270 N. 300 W., died Friday, April 10th, 1987 at the Humana Hospital, Davis North in Layton of emphysema.

He was born Jan. 21, 1905 in Oklahoma City, Okla., a son of Levi Lawson and Annie Elizabeth Flanagan Howard.

He married Eva Mildred Tipton April 4, 1925 in Council Bluff, Iowa.

He had been an Auto Mechanic.

He had lived and also farmed in Oklahoma, Nebraska, and Iowa.

He was baptized a member of the LDS Church in 1986.

He was a great humanitarian and was very inventive and mechanical.

He was a Veteran, serving in the U.S. Army.

Surviving are his widow of Kaysville; two sons and one daughter, Larry Howard, Clearfield; Ran Dee Howard, Ogden; Mrs. Reed (Leola) Van Wagoner, West Valley City; 19 grandchildren; and eight great-grandchildren.

Also, surviving are one brother and three sisters, Ivan Howard, Oklahoma; Faye Harris, Sioux City, Iowa; Pearl Owens, Sloan, Iowa; Mildred Brodersen, Merrill, Iowa.

He was proceeded in death by one son.

Services will be held Tuesday at 11 a.m. at Lindquist's Kaysville Mortuary, 400 N. Main, with Bishop Glen Taylor of the Kaysville 19th Ward officiating.

Friends may call at the mortuary, Monday from 6 to 8 p.m. and on Tuesday one hour prior to service.

Interment, Lindquist's Washington Heights Memorial Park.


Eva Mildred Tipton Howard

Posted by Trini Tracy

The Standard Examiner

Ogden---Eva Mildred Tipton-Howard, 93, was called home Thursday, April 26, 2001.

She was born July 28, 1908 in Macy, Nebraska, a daughter of Charles Edward and Lottie Karns Tipton.

Eva married Earl Raymond Howard on April 4, 1925 in Council Bluffs, Iowa. They moved to Utah in 1956.

She worked at Boeing Aircraft during World War II, and also at Stephen's Cannery and Del Monte.

Surviving are two sons, Larry Howard and Ran Dee Howard, SR., both of Ogden; her caregivers as well as her granddaughters, Van Dee Howard and Trini Tracy, both of Ogden; a niece, Lyla Moore, Omaha, NEB., a sister-in-law, Mildred Brodersen of Le Mars, Iowa; 17 grandchildren, 26 great-grandchildren, and 6 great-great grandchildren, all who loved her greatly.

She was proceeded in death by her parents, three brothers, three sisters, her husband, Earl Howard, a son, Everett, and a daughter, Leola.

Funeral services will be held Monday at 1 p.m. at Lindquist's Ogden Mortuary, 3408 Washington Blvd.

Friends may call the mortuary on Sunday from 6 to 8 p.m. and Monday 11:45 a.m. to 12:45 p.m.

Interment, Lindquist's Washington Heights Memorial Park, 4500 Washington Blvd., where she will be laid to rest next to her husband.

We had you for many years, Grandma-you will be greatly missed! Until we meet again, love your family.


Clovis John Turner

Posted by Trini Tracy

Wed, Apr 10, 2002
Taken From The Standard Examiner

Clovis John Turner, beloved husband, father, grandfather and great grandfather, passed away April 6, 2002. He married Lucille Jean Nyland on April 12, 1953.

John was born in Ogden, Utah August 14, 1924. He returned with his parents to Canada during the Depression where he spent his youth. John recalled his boyhood in Canada with fondness.

At the beginning of World War II he returned to the United States to enlist in the U.S. Navy. John served with distinction in the Pacific Theater and received the Purple Heart. He attended Weber College, the Art Colony in Ogden and the Ray School of Art in Chicago. John spent 36 years putting his artistic talents to use at Hill Air Force Base. During his federal service at H.A.F.B. he worked as a silk screen illustrator, technical illustrator and a packaging specialist.

John had "magic hands". Using only a pair of scissors he was able to create from paper any character, animal, or figure requested. John "The Sizzer Man", assisted by Lucille, used his special talent at schools, hospitals, and nursing homes to entertain and thrill hundreds of people. John also had a special sense of humor, which he was likely to share with anyone at anytime or place.

John is survived by his wife Lucille and four children. Steven Turner (Nanette), Debra Taylor (Ted), Kristy James (Brian), and Scott Turner (Robin), 12 grandchildren, and seven great grandchildren.

Memorial Services will be held Thursday, April 11, 11 a.m., at the Church of the Good Shepard (Episcopal) at 2374 Grant Ave, Ogden UT. Friends are encouraged to visit with the family at the church Thursday morning from 9:45 to 10:45 a.m. prior to the services. Funeral directors, Leavitt"s Mortuary.

In lieu of flowers, please send donations to the American Diabetes Association - Utah, 250 East Broadway, Salt Lake City, Utah, 84111. (phone 801-363-3024)

John will be deeply missed by both his family and special friend Toto.


Alice D. Turner Alexander

Posted by Trini Tracy

Taken From The Standard Examiner
Date Unknown

ALICE T. ALEXANDER

Mrs. Alice Turner Alexander, 63, of 445 Harrison, died Thursday, Aug. 18, 1983, at her home. She was born Dec. 19, 1919, in Ogden, a daughter of Percy W. and Frances Brooks Turner. She married Martin C. McFarland on Sept. 1, 1937 in Ogden. They were later divorced. She married Albert E. Alexander on Feb. 14, 1970 in Las Vegas, Nev. She was a member of the LDS Church. She retired as assistant treasurer of the Ogden Railway Employees Credit Union. She was a member of the Does Lodge of Ogden and Lady Elks of Roy. She was also a member of the Ladies Auxillary Trainmen.

Surviving are her husband of Ogden; two daughters, Mrs. Ronald (Pat) Denes, Fountain Valley, Calif. and Ms. Vikki Bingham, Ogden; one stepdaughter, Mrs. Ernie (Lori) Hansen, Ogden; 12 grandchildren.

Also surviving are her mother of Ogden, one brother and three sisters, David R. Turner, Ogden; Mrs. Clarence (Bertha) Johnson, Shingle Springs, Calif.; Mrs. Ed (Lorraine) Dombrowski, Sunset; Mrs. Maxine Smith, Ogden.

Funeral services will be held Saturday, at 2 p.m. in the Myers Mortuary Chapel in Ogden with Bishop Don Stephens officiating. Friends may call at the mortuary Saturday from 12 noon until services. Interment in the Ogden City Cemetery.


Bertha Lawrence

Posted by Trini Tracy

Taken from the Standard Examiner

Bertha Mary Crame Lawrence, 84 died at her home, 3200 Pacific Ave., this morning of causes incident to age. Mrs. Lawrence was a member of the Episcopal Church of the Good Shepherd.

She was born Nov. 3, 1870, at Hungerford, England, a daughter of Thomas and Mary Bunts Crame. She came to the United States in 1918.

Survivors include her husband, one son by a former marriage, Albert E. Turner of Ogden, and two daughters, Mrs. William S. (Mabel) Alexander and Mrs. Leonard (Daisy) Cashmore of Ogden.

Also surviving are 23 grandchildren and 31 great grandchildren, one brother, and one sister, Harry Crame and Mrs. Mary Smith of England.

Funeral services will be announced later by Myers and Foulger Mortuary, 533 36th St.


Richard H. Bott

Posted by Trini Tracy

Taken From The Standard Examiner
Date Unknown

Richard H. Bott

Sacramento, Calif. ---- Richard Holton Bott, 56, of 2154 54th, formerly of Ogden and Brigham City, died Tuesday in a Sacramento hospital.

Mr. Bott was born Jan. 6, 1915 in Brigham City, a son of Philip Wise and Amy Holton Bott.

He was married to Mary Alice Cottew on March 15, 1938, in Ogden.

He lived in Weber County for 30 years before moving to Sacramento.

He was a member of the LDS Church.

Surviving are his widow of Sacramento; one son, Richard Lee Bott, Sacramento; two grandchildren; his father of Brigham City; three brothers, Philip H. Bott, Mark H. Bott, both of Ogden; John H. Bott, Corinne; three sisters, Mrs. Phyllis Baron, Brigham City; Mrs. LaRue (Frewtrilla) Yates, Brigham City; Mrs. Loren (Myla) Judd, Los Altos, Calif.

Funeral services and burial will be in Sacramento.


William N. Kennedy

Posted by Trini Tracy

Taken From The Standard Examiner
Date Unknown

William N. Kennedy, 68, of 2907 Orchard Circle, died Wednesday at his home of heart failure.

Mr. Kennedy was born Nov. 1, 1903 in Decatur, Ill., a son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Oscar Kennedy.

He was married to Maud H. O'Brian in Decatur, Ill. She died in 1965.

He came to Ogden in August 1968 to live with a son and was a member of the Baptist Church.

He was a former employee of McDonnell Aircraft Corp. in St. Louis, Mo.

Surviving are three sons and one daughter, William N. Kennedy, Jr., Ogden; Paul E. Kennedy, James B. Kennedy, both St. Louis, Mo.; Mrs. Steven (Sheila) Daniel, Marion, Ky.; five grandchildren; two brothers, Lynn Kennedy, St. Louis; Robert Kennedy, Palm Beach, Fla.

The body was shipped by the Chapel of Flowers Mortuary to St. Louis for services and burial.


Wesley Osmond

Posted by Trini Tracy

Taken From The Standard Examiner
Date Unknown

Wesley Osmond

Perry----Wesley Osmond, 70, of Perry died this morning at his home of a heart ailment.

Mr. Osmond was born March 31, 1901 in Afton, Wyo., a son of George and Amelia Jacobsen Osmond.

He was married to Vera Dray. They were divorced. He was married to Ruby Nelson on Sept. 16, 1934, in Bloomington, Idaho.

He came to Perry in 1935 and operated a fruit farm and milk ranch. He was formerly employed at the Perry Cannery.

He was a member of the Perry LDS Ward and a former member of the Perry Town Board.

Surviving are his widow of Perry; two sons and one daughter, James Osmond, Los Angeles, Calif.; Rex Osmond, Riverdale; Mrs. Roland (Leona) Stander, Bear River City; eight grandchildren and one great grandchild; two sisters, Mrs. Mary Willis, Kaysville; Mrs. Leona Umschied, Forest Grove, Ore.

Funeral services will be held Saturday at 11 a.m. at the Felt Funeral Chapel in Brigham City.

Friends may call at the mortuary Friday from 7 to 9 p.m. and Saturday prior to services.

Burial will be in the Bloomington, Idaho, Cemetery.


Mary T. Horne

Posted by Trini Tracy

Taken From The Standard Examiner Newspaper
June 1971

Mary T. Horne

Mrs. Mary Toolson Horne, 74, of 2888 Marilyn Drive, was dead on arrival at the St. Benedict's Hospital Monday afternoon of injuries suffered in an automobile accident.

Mrs. Horne was born June 14, 1897, in Smithfield, a daughter of Andrew and Laura Buxton Toolson.

She was married to Aaron S. Horne. He died in 1964.

She graduated from the Utah State University and taught school in Midvale and Ogden.

She had resided in Ogden the past 35 years and had been employed as a clerk at Clearfield Naval Supply Depot and Hill Air Force Base.

She had been a Relief Society teacher in the 43rd LDS Ward, and was a member of the Child Culture Club, American Legion Auxillary, Daughters of the American Revolution, International Relations Club and Daughters of Utah Pioneers.

Surviving are two daughters; Mrs. Elaine H. Liddell, Mrs. Russell (Helen) Farr, both of Ogden; eight grandchildren and two great-grandchildren; one brother, Wayne Toolson, Clearfield.

Funeral services will be held Thursday at 1 p.m. in the Larkin Chapel of the Dawn with Bishop Robert A. Madsen of the 43rd Ward officiating.

Friends may call at the mortuary Wednesday from 7 to 9 p.m. and Thursday prior to services.

Burial will be in the Ogden City Cemetery.


John Lewis Thomas

Posted by Trini Tracy

Taken From The Standard Examiner Newspaper
Date Unknown

John Lewis Thomas, 82, of Kemmerer, Wyo., died Friday night in an Ogden rest home of natural causes.

Mr. Thomas was born July 4, 1884.

He came to Ogden two years ago. He had been a sheepherder in the Kemmerer, Wyo., area.

Graveside services were conducted this morning at 10 a.m. in the Ogden City Cemetery with Bishop Larkin Patterson officiating.

Burial was directed by the Myers Mortuary.


Robert W. Stewart

Posted by Trini Tracy

Taken From The Standard Examiner Newspaper
June 1971

Washington Terrace---Robert William Stewart, 70, of 4595 S. 400 W., was dead on arrival at the St. Benedict's Hospital Monday afternoon after a lingering illness.

Mr. Stewart was born June 9, 1901, in Kansas City, Mo., a son of Robert W. and Ada May Smith Stewart.

On April 27, 1922, he was married to Florence Henderson in Brigham City.

He had lived in the Ogden area since 1920 and had worked as a mechanic for Fisher-Hess Co. for 32 years. He also worked two years for J.W. Brewer Tire Co. before retiring.

He had been a member of the Washington Terrace Volunteer Fire Department for the past 20 years.

Surviving are his widow and one daughter, Mrs. Pearl Blair, both of Washington Terrace; one grandchild; one brother and two sisters; Frank E. Stewart, Sacramento, Calif.; Mrs. Pearl Curney, Soda Springs, Idaho; Mrs. Ethel Jones, Oxnard, Calif.

Funeral services will be held Thursday at 3 p.m. in Lindquist and Son's Colonial Chapel with Bishop Frank G. Garvis officiating.

Friends may call at the mortuary Wednesday from 7 to 9 p.m. and Thursday prior to services.

Burial will be in the Washington Heights Memorial Park.


Floyd Tracy "Mac" McFarland, Sr.

Posted by Trini Tracy


The Standard Examiner
Friday, February 12, 1993, Pg 9A

ROY---Floyd Tracy McFarland, 91, of Roy, passed away Wednesday, Feb. 10, 1993.
He was born March 14, 1901 in Marriott, Utah, a son of James B. and Zina Jane Tracy McFarland.
On April 1, 1920, he married Ruth E. Bair in the Salt Lake LDS Temple. She died Dec. 31, 1940. On May 3, 1947, he married Christiana Ross in Salt Lake City.
During his younger years he worked 28 years for the Western Auto Retail Stores in Ogden as an assistnad manager and manager. Since 1952, he was engaged in home construction and remodeling.
Surviving are his widow of Roy; one son and four daughters: Floyd T. McFarland, Jr., Mrs. James E. (Marjorie) Walker, Mrs. Earl (LuJean) Stuart, all of Ogden; Mrs. Carl (Louise) Hodson of Marriott and Mrs. Dee (Margaret) Bennett of North Salt Lake; 21 grandchildren, 63 great-grandchildren and four great-great-grandchildren.
Also surviving are one brother, Russell McFarland of Liberty, two sisters, Mrs. Florence Lewis and Mrs. Dorothy Stanger, both of Ogden.
He was preceded in death by two brothers: Glen & Jimmy, one sister Maude and two grandchildren.
Funeral services will be held Saturday at 11 a.m. at Leavitts Chapel of Flowers Mortuary, 836 36th St., where family will greet friends Saturday from 9:45 to 10:45 a.m.
Interment: Ogden City Cemetery.


Emma Maria Burdett

Posted by Trini Tracy

The Standard Examiner
Thursday, June 8, 1933

Services for Mrs. Emma Tracy were held in the Marriott L.D.S. ward Chapel Wednesday afternoon, with Bishop C. Lawrence Slater presiding. Musical numbers were given by Gladys Van Drimmelen, Erma Van Den Akker, Vernetta Naylor, Elijah Clawson, June Ballantyne,
and Harvey Butler. The invocation was given by Bishop Thomas Powell and the benediction by Orson Allred. The speakers were President Frank W. Stratford, Lawrence Ritchie, Mary M. Butler, and President A.W. Tracy. Interment was made in the Ogden City Cemetery and the grave dedicated by Washington Thompson. Grandsons were pallbearers and granddaughters took charge of the flowers.



Eugene Fred Tracy

Posted by Trini Tracy


Standard Examiner

WASHINGTON TERRACE - Eugene Fred Tracy, 76, died Friday, May 12, 2000 at a local care center following an extended illness due to cancer.
He was born April 5, 1924 in Marriott, Utah, a son of Thomas Alma and Ruth Hilton Tracy.
On June 27, 1947, Eugene married Joyce Bronson in Ogden. Their marriage was solemnized in the Ogden LDS Temple on June 30, 1997.
He was reared and educated in Marriott, graduating from Weber High School. He was a lifelong resident of the Ogden area.
Eugene was a member of the Washington Terrace 2nd LDS Ward where he was a High Priest. He also served as a counselor in the Sunday School.
He was a veteran of World War II serving with the U.S. Navy.
He worked for Pacific Fruit Express Railroad for 42 years. Eugene also worked for Ace Ambulance, Mollerup Moving and Storage, and for the U.S. Postal Service.
Surviving are his wife, Joyce, of Washington Terrace; two sons and two daughters, Mark Dale (Trudy) Tracy, and Kevin Eugene (Trini) Tracy, both of Ogden; Lynette Tracy (Hal) Staker, Clinton; Janeen Tracy (Bob) Kirkman, Layton; 12 grandchildren and four great-grandchildren.
Eugene was preceded in death by his parents and four brothers, Bud, Walter, Orville, and LaVon Tracy.
Funeral services will be held Wednesday at 1 p.m. at Lindquist's Ogden Mortuary, 3408 Washington Blvd.
Friends may call at the mortuary on Tuesday from 6 to 8 p.m. and Wednesday 11:45 a.m. to 12:45 p.m.
Interment, Lindquist's Washington Heights Memorial Park, 4500 Washington Blvd.
The family expresses special thanks to Ogden Regional Medical Center, Hospice of Utah, Washington Terrace Nursing Center and many dear friends for the loving care rendered to Eugene.
Dad, your sense of humor and brave positive attitude will be greatly missed. You've fought a courageous battle - we love you dearly and we'll miss you, until we meet again. Love, your family.



Thomas Alma Tracy

Posted by Trini Tracy


Date Taken Unknown
Taken From The Standard Examiner Newspaper

WASHINGTON TERRACE --- Thomas Alma Tracy, 78, of 5240 S. 500 W. St., died last night
of a heart attack near Stoddard while on a fishing trip.
Mr. Tracy was a member of the LDS Terrace Fifth Ward. He was formerly employed by
the Ogden City Cemetery and Ogden Union Railway and Depot Co. During the Spanish-
American War he served with the Army.
He was born February 21, 1879 in Ogden, a son of Thomas and Mary Jane Burdett Tracy.
He had lived in Ogden most of his life and for a short time in Marriott.
Surviving are five sons, Burdett H., Orville T., and Eugene F. Tracy, Washington Terrace;
Walter A. and LaVone L. Tracy, Cosmopolis, Wash.; 11 grandchildren, two brothers and three
sisters, Aaron Tracy, Mrs. Laura T. Opheikens, Mrs. Charles (Elizabeth) Raty, and Mrs. Howard
(Florence) Hall, Ogden; Wilford Tracy, Ucon, Idaho.
Funeral Services will be announced by Lindquist and Sons Mortuary.



Arch Valjean Bronson

Posted by Trini Tracy


Date Taken Unknown
Taken From The Standard Examiner


WASHINGTON TERRACE --- Arch Valjean Bronson, 92, of Washington Terrace, died
Wednesday, Nov. 24, 1982, in an Ogden nursing home.
He was born March 11, 1890, in Monticello, Utah, a son of Wilmer W. and Marion
Frengler Bronson.
On April 12, 1922 he married Hyacinth Nielsen in the Salt Lake LDS Temple. She
died June 2, 1942. On Dec. 26, 1947, he maried Mary Morgan in the Logan LDS Temple.
She died Oct. 6, 1975.
He had been employed at Hill Air Force Base and had served in the Army during World
War I.
He was a member of the Washington Terrace 1st Ward and had formerly sung in the
Tabernacle Choir. He had also served as a ward choir leader and was a member of the
Seventies Quorum.
He moved to Ogden in 1943, from Monticello, Utah.
Surviving are three sons, Boyd C. Bronson, Salt Lake City; Jack S. Bronson, and David
E. Bronson, both of Ogden; two daughters, Mrs. Lewis (Betty) Hampton, Tooele; and Mrs.
Eugene (Joyce) Tracy, Ogden; 25 grandchildren and 35 great-grandchildren.
Funeral services were conducted Monday at 1 p.m. in the Myers Mortuary Chapel in
Ogden with President Ernest B. Wheeler officiating.
Friends may call at the mortuary Sunday from 6 to 8 p.m. and Monday prior to services.
Interment in the Salt Lake City Cemetery.



Earnest Turner

Posted by Trini Tracy


Taken From: The standard Examiner
Dated: November 28, 1967

Ernest Edward (Hap) Turner, 40, of 3121 Ogden, was dead on arrival at the Dee Hospital Monday night.
He was born Dec. 13, 1926, in Ogden, a son of Percy William and Frances Brooks Turner.
He was reared and educated in Ogden.
He was married to Venice Laughter March 3, 1945 at Ogden.
He had lived in Los Angeles, Calif., for a short period of time and had worked for the W.R. White Co. as a machine operator for many years.
He was a member of the local labor union and had served with the US Navy in 1942 and the U.S. Air Force in 1943 also.
He was a member of the LDS 27th Ward.
Surviving are his widow, Ogden; three sons, Lynn Edward Turner, Steve Turner, and Jeffrey R. Turner all of Ogden; two daughters, Mrs. Robert (Pamela) Weston and Frances Diane Turner, both of Ogden; two grandchildren; his mother, Mrs. Frances Turner Stoker, Ogden.
Also surviving are two brothers, Percy (Bud) Turner, Ogden, and David R. Turner, North Ogden; four sisters, Mrs. Clarence (Bertha) Johnson, Sunnyvale, Calif.; Mrs. Martin (Alice) McFarland, Ogden; Mrs. Edward (Lorraine) Dombrowski, Sunset; Mrs. Bill (Maxine) Smith, Washington Terrace.
Funeral Services will be conducted Thursday at 3 p.m. in the Chapel of Flowers Mortuary with Bishop Dee Hansen of the 27th Ward officiating.
Friends may call at the Mortuary Wednesday from 7 to 9 p.m. and Thursday and from 2 p.m. until time of services. Interment will be in Aultorest Memorial Park.


TURNER BAILEY DEAD

Posted by Trini Tracy


Dated: Feb. 28, 1901
Taken From The Standard Examiner

Remains will be shipped to the East for Interment.

Turner Bailey, the dentist, died yesterday at his residence 2408 Grant Avenue, from dropsy and a complication of other diseases. He had been a resident of Ogden for over twelve years.
The funeral will take place from the Congregational Church tomorrow, February 28th, at 2 p.m. The remains will be shipped to Wiscasset, Maine, his birthplace and boyhood home, for interment.
The remains can be viewed at anytime tomorrow morning at Richey's undertaking parlor.



Ada Bowman Toone

The Standard Examiner
Dated: Feb. 26, 1901

Services for Mrs. Ada Bowman Toone were held Wednesday afternoon in the Morgan L.D.S. tabernacle, with Bishop C.C. Toone presiding. The singers were E. Anderson, Charles Francis, Bertha Porter and May Heiner. The invocation was given by Dean Toone and the benediction by David Eskelson. Speakers were Alonzo Hopkins, Reed Wild, President W.H. Randall and Bishop C.C. Toone. Interment was made in the Croyden Cemetery and Bishop Melvin Toone dedicated the grave.



Lyda Gardner Clapier

The Standard Examiner
Dated: Feb. 26, 1901

Services for Mrs. Lyda Gardner Clapier were held Wednesday afternoon in the L.D.S. Fifteenth ward chapel, with Bishop Earl E. Lee presiding. The music was furnished by
Mrs. Mathel Ridges, Clara Southwick, and Phyllis Wilson. The invocation was given by
Bishop W.C. Hunter, and the benediction by Vernon F. Gibbs. The speakers were Bishop Arthur M. Ferrin, C.W. Wimmer, John Q. Blaylock, Bishop E. E. Lee. Interment was made in the Liberty Cemetery and Bishop P.J. Clark dedicated the grave.


Mrs. J.S. Noble

The Standard Examiner
Dated: Nov. 23, 1901

MRS. NOBLE DEAD

WIFE OF THE SOUTHERN PACIFIC
SUPERINTENDANT DIES


Superintendant J.S. Noble of the Southern Pacific, received a telegram this forenoon from Los Angeles announcing the death of Mrs. Noble, which occurred this morning.
Mr. Noble left for the coast at noon today.
Mrs. Noble was one of the most popular of Ogden's society ladies, being generous, talented and winning friends in all circles. Her health has been poor for some time and she has been on the coast in hopes that the genial climate of Southern California might in a measure restore her health.
Last Spring she made a trip to Europe and on her return she went directly to Los Angeles. For the last week her condition has been such as to inspire no hope of recovery.
Her remains will be cremated at Pasadena, Calif.


Charles G Smith

Posted by Virginia Stitzer

Ogden Standard Examiner
Feb 20,1969

Ogden - Charles G Smith, 53, died Feb 19, of natural causes. Born Feb 28, 1915, Ogden to George E and Laura Belle Martin Smith.

Divorced from first wife Marie, who he married 1934.

Married Hazel Clough; divorced.

Member LDS Church. Veteran WWII. Former employee Ogden Arsenal and Hill Air Force Base.

Survivors; son, daughter, John, U.S. Army; Mrs. Leonard (Jerry) Stitzer, Washington Terrace, Weber County;

Brother, sisters, Wilford, Mrs. Fred (Thelma) Pewtress, both Ogden; Mrs. James (Wanda) Bailey, Oregon; Mrs. Ila Adams, Los Angeles CA. Graveside services were held Friday at Aultorest Memorial Park.


Cyril J Clough

Posted by Virginia Stitzer

Ogden Standard Examiner

Far West - Cyril "Cy" Jessop Clough, 82, of Far West, Utah, died Wednesday, Feb 22, 1989, as St Benedict's Hospital following surgery.

He was born Feb 27, 1906, in Yorkshire, England, A son of James R and Matilda Jessop Clough.

The family came to Rock Springs, Wyo., when he was a young child and he later lived with friends in Wellsville where he attended school.

He married LaRue Archibald on May 2, 1927, in Farmington and their marriage was later solemnized in the Logan LDS Temple. She died in 1976. He married Patricia Munro on pril 28, 1977 in the Ogden. They were sealed in the Ogden LDS Temple on Sept 28, 1978.

A member of the LDS church, he was a high priest in the Far West 1st ward.

From 1927 to 1973 he was employed by the railroad. Including the UIC and the OUR&D (Union Pacific).

He was a member of the Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen, and Union Pacific Old Timers and Southern Pacific Old Timers. He was also a member of Golden Hour's Senior Citizens Center.

He is survived by his widow, Patricia Clough, of Farr West: By four children, Mrs. Lorraine Wheat, Brigham City ; C Blaine Clough, Red Bluff, Calif.; Mrs. Shirley Mikkelsen, Syracuse; Kenneth R Clough, Clearfield; 14 grandchildren, 16 Great Grandchildren, 1 great-great grandson, and three stepsons, James W. Munro, Salt Lake City; Richard D Munro, North Ogden; Thomas R Munro, Seattle, Wash.

He was preceded in death by his parents, one brother, and three sisters.

Funeral services will be held Saturday at 1 p.m. at Leavitt's Chapel of Flowers Mortuary, 836 36th St, Ogden,

Friends may call at the mortuary Friday from 6 to 8 p.m. and Saturday one hour prior to services.

Internment. Leavitt's Aultorest Memorial Park, 836 36th St., Ogden.


Dorothy L Stitzer

Posted by Virginia Stitzer

Ogden Standard Examiner

Dorothy Leone Stitzer, 74, of 913 E 1120 S. died Saturday. Oct. 11, 1986 at her home of congestive heart failure.

She was born on July 2, 1912 in Ogden, a daughter of Leonard George and Sarah Saunders Stitzer.

She had served in the Army Nurse Corps. And was a Veteran of World War II.

She graduated from Ogden High School in 1930. She attended the Dee Hospital school of nursing and graduated in 1933. and received a bachelor of Science degree in nursing education from the University of Utah in 1954.

She had been employed at the KcKay-Dee Hospital as a registered nurse, a clinical director, and a nursing supervisor. She retired in 1977 after many years of service.

She was a member of the Ogden LDS 21st ward.

Surviving are two sister-in-law, Mrs. Dessie D Stitzer and Mrs. Jess (Vilda) Norman, both of Ogden; one step-sister, Mrs. Delle Chrisman, Ogden; one nephew and three nieces.

Graveside services will be held on Wednesday at 11 a.m. at the Ogden City Cemetery with Bishop Richard Skeen of the Ogden 21st ward officiating;

Friends may call at the Myers Mortuary in Ogden Wednesday from 9:45 to 10:45 a.m.

Military honors will be accorded at the graveside by the Veterans of Foreign Wars Color Guard.

In lieu of flowers, family suggest that contributions be made to Hospice of Northern Utah.


Leland Carl London

Posted by Virginia Stitzer

Ogden Standard Examiner

South Ogden - Leland Carl London, 88, died Wednesday, September 1, 1993 of causes incident to age.

He was born August 1, 1905 in Croydon, Utah, a son of Oliver Charles and Katie Bell Blackwell London.

He married Elizabeth Jessop Clough on June 12, 1929 in the Salt Lake LDS Temple. She died Sept. 17, 1985.

He was raised and educated in Croydon and had lived in the Ogden area for the past 60 years.

He was an active member of the Ogden 19th and the South Ogden 14th LDS wards, and was currently a member of the South Ogden 38th ward where he had been a high priest.

Mr. London had worked at the American Can Company. He owned his own plumbing business and he also worked for the Weber County treatment plant until his retirement.

Surviving are one son and one daughter, Wayne C and Eva Lynn London, Roy; Mrs. Dean R (Sharlene) Mayberry, Ogden; nine grandchildren, and 11 great grandchildren.

Also surviving is one brother, Harold C London. Pennsylvania.

He was proceeded in death by two brothers. Nello London, and Darold London and two sisters, Nona Reese and Verna Dallinga.

Funeral services will be held Saturday at 1 p.m. at Lindquist Ogden Mortuary, 3408 Washington Blvd.

Friends may call at the mortuary on Friday from 6 to 8 p.m. and Saturday noon to 12:45 p.m.

Internment, Lindquist's Washington Heights Memorial Park.


Marie J Kemp

Posted by Virginia Stitzer

Ogden Standard Examiner

Washington Terrace - Marie Jessop Clough Kemp, 72, of 5260 S. 500 W. , died Sunday, June 21, 1987 at the St. Benedict's Hospital of an Aneurysm.

She was born Nov. 8 1914, in Rock Sprongs, Wyo., a daughter of James Richard and Matilda Jessop Clough.

She married Charles Galeen Smith in 1933 in Ogden. They were later divorced. She married Walter T. Anderson in 1947. They were later divorced. She married William H Kemp in 1955. They were also divorced.

She was a member of the LDS Washington Terrace 8th ward.

She was reared and educated in Ogden.

She began working at the Ogden Arsenal and then was transferred to Hill Air Force Base as a key punch operator, and later became a supervisor over key punch. She then moved to San Diego and began working for Ryan's Aeronautics for four years. She then moved back to Ogden and returned to Hill Air Force Base in Data Services and retired in 1976 as a supervisor.

She enjoyed computers, games, and was an avid bird watcher.

Surviving are one daughter, Mrs. Leonard (Geraldine) Stitzer, Washington Terrace; Three Grandchildren and 10 great grandchildren.

Also surviving are two brothers, Edward J Clough, Layton, and C. J. Clough, Far West.

She was preceded in death by one son, one brother and two sisters.

Services will be held Wednesday at 1:30 p.m. at Leavitt's Chapel of Flower's Mortuary with Bishop Robert J Rich of the Washington Terrace 8th ward officiating.

Friends may call at the mortuary Tuesday from 6 to 8 p.m. and Wednesday one hour prior to services.

Internment will be in the Aultorest Memorial Park.


William Craig Thompson

Posted by Virginia Stitzer

Ogden Standard Examiner

Ogden _ William Craig Thompson, 32, of Ogden, died Sunday, July 8, 1990, at Porcupine Reservoir of drowning.

He was born Nov. 8, 1957, in Slanton, Tex., a son of George William and Dorothy Stitzer Thompson.

He was reared and educated in Ogden; attending Ben Lomand High School.

He married Ruth Martin on April 12, 1984, in Ogden.

He worked as a taper in the drywall industry for 16 years. He was instrumental in starting up channel 30 in Ogden. He was a loving father and husband.

Mr. Thompson was a member of the LDS Ogden 48th ward.

He enjoyed water skiing, snow skiing, fishing, motor cycling, and cooking.

Surviving are his wife of Ogden; one son and two daughters, Brandon Thompson, Aubrey Baird Martin, and Auttumn Sprring Thompson, all of Ogden.

Also surviving are his mother, Dorothy Wilson of Ogden;, grandparents, Mr. And Mrs. Jess Norman of Ogden, and Vivian Thompson of Slanton Tex.; one brother, Mitchell Gibson of Ogden; one sister, Mrs. Randy (Debbie) Shupe of Ogden.

He was preceded in death by his father.

Services will be Friday at 11 a.m. at the Leavitt's Chapel of Flowers Mortuary, 836 36th St

Friends may call at the mortuary Thursday from 6 to 8 p.m. and Friday from 9:45 to 10:45 a.m.

Internment, Ogden City Cemetery.

In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to Ruth Thompson, 1120 Vitt, Ogden Utah, 84404.


Riverside County, CA, The Press Enterprise, July 02, 2003

DOROTHY MAY DOOLITTLE (TAYLOR)

Dorothy Doolittle passed away on June 26, 2003 at 2:45 P.M. in Fairfax, Virginia. She was 88 years old and suffered from Alzheimer's disease.

Born in Ogden, Utah on June 9, 1915, to John Rich Taylor and Mary Alice Siddoway Taylor, Dorothy moved with her family to Southern California in 1930.

On July 08, 1939, she married Merrill Taylor Doolittle, who passed away at the age of 86 in Fairfax, Virginia, on April 19, 2000. Merrill had retired from Lockheed Missiles & Space Co. in 1974, where he had worked at their Sunnyvale and Van Nuys, California installations.

Dorothy and Merrill were members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. They enjoyed square dancing during much of their married life together. Dorothy was a member of the Daughters of the Utah Pioneers. She was the great-granddaughter of John Taylor, 3rd president of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints.

Dorothy and Merrill lived in Rocklin, California from 1989-1997. In 1997, they returned to Hemet, California, where they have lived previously from 1976-1989.

Prior to Hemet, they resided in San Jose, California, from 1964-1976 and prior to that in Southern California including over 20 years in North Hollywood.

In 2000, Dorothy and Merrill moved to Fairfax, Virginia, to be near their son and daughter-in-law, Rep. John Doolittle (R-Rocklin) and Julia Harlow Doolittle, and to be able to receive better care for Dorothy's Alzheimer's disease.

Dorothy is survived by her brother, Jack S. Taylor of Newport Beach, California and her sister, Mary Lou Maloy, of Toluca Lake, California; by her sister-in-law Jeanne Aytes of Reno, Nevada; and by her daughter, Sharon Bauer of Apache Junction, Arizona and her son, John T. Doolittle of Rocklin, Calif; and by her grandchildren, J. T. Doolittle and Courtney Anne Doolittle.

Funeral services will be private. Interment will be at Fairfax Memorial Park.


Lillian Madden

Posted by Donna Beus

Ogden Standard Examiner at Weber Co. Library, box 3 ( Dec 1930 - # 123 - 166.)

Lillian Howell Baird madden - aged 72, wife of John Madden, died Wednesday afternoon at 2' o clock at the home, 258 Twenty-first Street, following a three week illness. She was born on Sep. 7, 1858 in St. Louis, MO, and came to Ogden in 1885.

Surviving are the husband John Madden, two daughters; Mrs. Francis Starkey, Roy, and Mrs. William Christensen, Ogden; a sister Mrs. J. H. Weller, Ogden, a brother David Howell of Los Angeles; seven grandchildren and 13 great grandchildren.

Services will be held Saturday afternoon a 1 o' clock in the Lindquist and Sons Chapel with Bishop M.B. Richardson presiding. The body may be viewed at the home Friday and Saturday morning at 11 o' clock. It may then be viewed at the Lindquist Chapel until hour of services. Interment will be made in the Hooper Cemetery.


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