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Duane Kincaid

Duane Paul Kincaid, 82, passed away September 18, 2021, at the Veterans Hospital in Salt Lake City, Utah. He was born on September 9, 1939, to James Howard Kincaid and Maxine Kingston Dontas in McCook, Nebraska. He was raised in Taylor, Utah. Duane married Sharen May Devlin on August 27,...
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Jerrold (Jerry) Allen Burns

Jerrold (Jerry) Allen Burns, 81, passed away September 15, 2021, in Clearfield, Utah. He went quickly and peacefully at home. He was born on March 1, 1940, in Oelwein, Iowa to Howard and Lucille (Wittenberg) Burns. He married the love his life Carol on September 6, 1973, and they were...
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Ronald Spencer Startin – Cache Valley Daily

Ronald Spencer Startin passed away on September 22, 2021, at the age of 82, surrounded by his loved ones in Riverton, Utah. Ron Startin is the son of Wayne Spencer Startin and Melba Vodis Haun. He was born in Murray Utah but spent many of his younger years in Lacanada, California. His family later moved back to Utah where he graduated from Murray HS. He attended Brigham Young University where he played football and baseball and received his Bachelors and Masters degrees. Ron met his first wife Mary Kay Grow at BYU, they had four children together and later divorced. Ron later married Joan Rasmussen and together they shared 29 years of love and life together. After moving often throughout Utah and Idaho, they found the place they called home in Portage, Utah.
RIVERTON, UT
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Obituary for Wayne Schreck Sr

Wayne Conrad Schreck Sr., 78, of Park City, Utah, passed away on September 9, 2021 surrounded by his three children. Wayne was born in Grosse Pointe Park, Michigan, on September 3, 1943. He attended St. John’s Military Academy in Delafield, Wisconsin and went on to study Marketing Management at Adrian College in Michigan.
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Mary Jean Carruth Porlas

Mary returned home to her loving Heavenly Father on Thursday, September 23, 2021. She was born on January 26, 1939, to Blaine William and Marcella May Ford Carruth in Ogden, UT. She attended schools in Ogden and graduated from South High School in Salt Lake City, UT. After graduating from high school, she attended Cerritos College and Weber State University.
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John Marcus Krebs

John Marcus Krebs, 76, passed away at his home in Kaysville, Utah on Monday, September 20, 2021. He was born in Ogden, Utah on December 14, 1944, to John Philip and Clara Neilson Krebs. The family lived in Layton until 1950, when they moved to a new home in Kaysville. He was a graduate of Davis High School and attended Weber State College.
KAYSVILLE, UT
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Don Herbert Crockett

Don Herbert Crockett passed away peacefully on September 21, 2021. He was born June 7, 1938, in Glenns Ferry, Idaho to Owen H. Crockett and Mamie L. Morgan. Raised in Layton, Utah, he graduated from Davis High School in 1956. After graduating he married Shirlie Ray on May 1, 1958. They were married for 32 years. Don and Shirlie ran the Dipper Drive-in from the early 60’s through the early 70’s. He then began his career in real estate.
LAYTON, UT
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Geraldine Shields Droubay

Geraldine Shields Droubay, age 98, passed away Sept. 18, 2021, at the home of her son in Tooele. She was born May 27, 1923, in Tooele to Charles Lester Shields and Zella Maria Walters Shields, the oldest of four children. Her family home was one of love, fun, and faith.
TOOELE, UT

Alton Wendell Averett

Alton Wendell Averett passed away on September 19, 2021, in Park City, Utah. He was born October 18, 1929 in Springville, Utah, to Ruphus Jeduthan Averett and Frankie Lenore Nagle Averett. His childhood was spent in Springville working on his fathers farm, and in the mountains surrounding Springville. He worked for Geneva Steel for many years. He loved fishing, hunting and camping and just being with his family. He knew the history and people of Springville well, and could tell you where people had lived. He loved telling stories to anyone who would listen about the good old days. He loved his horses and has had his own horse since he was a young boy. He loved to ride them in the mountains. In his later years he took up gardening. And loved to share his produce with others even with the sheepherders in the mountains. He cared about people and was always willing to help them. He made people feel good with his smile. He served a mission for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints to the Navajo people in New Mexico. Upon returning he married his sweetheart Shirley Leyshon on October 24, 1951 in the Manti Temple. Together they were blessed with three boys. James Cecil (LeAnn) Michael Kay (Joan) and Wendell Paul (Mary Ann) all of Springville. He has 19 grandchildren and 36 great grandchildren.
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Richard Hubert Fashbaugh

Richard Hubert Fashbaugh of Clinton, passed away September 19, 2021 surrounded by family. Dick was born on September 1, 1923 in Monroe, MI. His 98 years included World War II, college, gymnastics, teaching, and music. He served as a communication specialist in the US Navy during World War II aboard the USS McGinty. After the war, Dick worked as an engineer at Port Hueneme Naval Base in California. A very smart man, he studied at the University of Michigan and the University of Colorado in Boulder, ultimately earning a PhD. in mechanical engineering. Dick was an accomplished member of the gymnastics team while at the University of Michigan holding many records. His mind was always working. Dick specialized in aerodynamics, held patents that solved engineering problems, and built his own fixed-wing airplane.
CLINTON, UT
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Nancy Trudell Armata

WEST VALLEY, UT – Nancy Trudell Armata, passed away March 4, 2021, in West Valley, Utah due to leukemia and COPD related causes. She was born July 10, 1960, to Clifford and Ann Trudell. She grew up on the family farm and raised farm animals, particularly a Brown Swiss that garnered many ribbons at the fairs.
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NORA B. VALDEZ

Nora B. Valdez passed away Friday, September 17, 2021 at her home in Dillon with her three sons at her side. Nora was born Friday, June 12, 1959 in Warren, Utah to LaVor and Maxine (Middleton) Bowden. Nora fulfilled a dream of running her own restaurant when Nora’s Kitchen was opened and operated by her in Layton Utah in the early 90’s. Nora also began a career in selling Manufactured Homes and quickly progressed to managing 3 stores. Nora married the love of her life Mike Valdez on November 7th, 1986 and enjoyed life to its fullest including many camping, fishing, and hunting adventures. Nora’s life was forever changed with the sudden passing of her life partner Mike after a short battle with cancer in 2013. She loved being the favorite Aunt and Nana to her Grandchildren. She truly loved her family and did anything she could for them. Also preceding her in death are her parents LaVor and Maxine Bowden, her in laws Santos and Isabelle Valdez and her stepson Michael Valdez Jr. Survivors include her sons and daughter-in-law, Jacob D. and Kelci Hales, Joshua J. Hales, Jonathon A. Hales, daughter, Jolene Hales all of Dillon, grandchildren: Grace, Shiloe and Landon Hales, Macaila and Callie Hales, Preston, Austin, Kamberlee and Bryson Hales, step-daughter, Nichole McMillen and her son, Nicholas Valdez both of Ogden, Utah, her brothers and sisters-in-law, Raymond and Peggy Bowden of N. Ogden, Junior and Toni Bowden of Roy, Utah, sisters and brothers-in-law, Leola Fordham of Wyoming, Nola Mitchell of Utah, Lois and Randy Wheeler of Utah, her twin sister, Flora and Phil Curran of Ogden, sisters-in-law, Mary and Rudy Herrera, Jenny Hernandez, brothers-in-law, Johnny Valdez and Vic and Carmen Valdez as well as numerous nieces and nephews.
OGDEN, UT
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Joyce Y. Owns Lindsay

KAYSVILLE-Joyce Y. Owens Lindsey of Kaysville, Utah, passed away September 21, 2021. She was born July 24, 1932, in Brigham City, Utah a daughter of Leo and Lillian Youngquist. On December 25, 1951, she married Jack S. Owens in Yuma, Arizona. Jack passed away May of 1977. Joyce married Willard...
KAYSVILLE, UT
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Gene Floyd Moore

Gene Floyd Moore, 85, passed away peacefully Tuesday, September 21, 2021. Gene was born in Antimony, Utah on March 1, 1936 to Floyd Levi and Grace (Hillman) Moore. He married Nancy Pearl Nielsen July 27, 1956. She passed away on March 15, 2017. They were married for 65 years. Gene...
SYRACUSE, UT
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Iliene Lucile Myers Fisher

Iliene Lucile Myers Fisher, 92, passed away September 18, 2021 at her residence in Legacy House Assisted Living in Farmington, Utah. She returned to her Heavenly home of natural causes due to age, peacefully and surrounded by family. Iliene was born on June 25, 1929 in Boise, Idaho to Lucile Sabin and Marcus Lemuel Myers. She was born, the second of seven children that included two brothers and five sisters. She grew up in South Boise, Idaho and attended Boise High School. Iliene attended BYU and majored in Home Economics. She graduated in 1951 and during this time, met and married the love of her life, Claire J Fisher. They were sealed in the Idaho Falls Temple on December 21, 1951. She is survived by all of her six children, Cathy Jan (Brad) Montierth, Kent Jay (Marilyn) Fisher, Teresa (Joel) Dickson, Albert Lee (Kara) Fisher, Diana (Dennis) Maisey, and Julie (Kenneth) Chugg. They lived in Ogden Utah where they raised their family.
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Linda Lee Pehrson Ekker

Linda Lee Pehrson Ekker, beloved wife, mother, grandmother, great-grandmother, sister, aunt, and friend was called back to her heavenly home Saturday, Sept. 18, 2021, surrounded by her husband and all her children. Linda was born March 31, 1947, in Tooele, Utah, to Sidney and Sarah Delvora Gurney Pehrson. She was the second youngest of 11 brothers and sisters whom she loved dearly.
TOOELE, UT
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Zelia Beth Mortensen Miller

Zelia Beth Mortensen Miller passed away peacefully at 95 years of age at her home of 68 years Sept. 14, 2021, with her sons present. She was born Oct. 19, 1925, to William Mortensen and Zelia James. She graduated from Tooele High School in 1942 and attended BYU where she met her husband, the late Clifford Carl Miller. They were married in 1946 and solemnized in Manti LDS Temple in 1963.
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Barbara Goldie Jenkins Savage

Barbara Goldie (Jenkins) Savage was born on November 4, 1937, in Central, Bannock County, Idaho. She died peacefully on September 15, 2021, at her home in American Fork, Utah. She married her sweetheart, Henry James Savage, on April 8, 1955, in the Salt Lake City Latter-day Saint Temple. They were married for 66 wonderful years.
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Calvin Scott Adams

The Man, the Myth, the Legend Calvin Scott Adams, at the age of 65 returned home to his Heavenly Father on September 16, 2021, surrounded by his family. He was born on December 20, 1955, to Otis Junior Adams and Faye Morgan Adams in Ogden, Utah. He spent his childhood in Layton and graduated from Layton High School in 1974. He was the fourth of fifteen children. As a child he took many trips fishing, hunting, trapping, and he loved being a cowboy. When asked, “How long have you been a cowboy?” He would reply, “All my life.” His family loved to travel all over the country. During his youth he spent many years learning the art of stuccoing and plastering from his dad which he mastered, and he was an extremely hard worker. He faithfully served his mission for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints in Palmyra, New York. It was a pivotal moment in his life which he drew upon often. He loved serving his Heavenly Father. The amazing attribute of Scott is that he held the gospel close to his heart and had a strong testimony and throughout his life he served in many church callings. Every person he met was his friend, he loved everyone he met and found the good in every person. He loved animals whether it was a horse, raccoon, or turkey.
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Brad Lester Walker

Brad was born May 15, 1978, in Blackfoot Idaho to Beverly and Stan Walker. As a child he enjoyed the outdoors with a special emphasis on the livestock. He was very inquisitive, wanting to know how everything worked and usually with success. Brad received his associates degree in computer science.