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Wednesday, January 03, 2007
Kelly Whitney, 54, of Provo passed away Saturday, December 30, 2006 due to a prolonged heart condition. Kelly was born March 17, 1952 in Provo, Utah to David Billingsley and Audrey Dimick Billingsley. She married Blaine Jackson in Orem in 1970 and together had a son, Kyle. Blaine passed away in 1972. She married Mike Collins in 1973, and had a son, Michael. Mike passed away in 1975. She had a loving relationship with Steven Prestwich and together had a daughter, Sarah Nicole.
Kelly grew up in Orem and graduated from Orem High School in 1970. She enjoyed the ocean and loved to sail. Her greatest joy in life was her children and grandchildren.
She is survived by her three children: Kyle (Robin) Jackson, Pleasant Grove; Michael Collins, Canada; Sarah Nicole Prestwich, Port Townsend, WA; nine grandchildren; mother, Audrey (Leslie) Larson, Sandy; siblings: Tyler (Lisa) Christiansen, South Jordan; Page (Wes) Radford, Anacortes, WA. She was preceded in death by her father, David.
The family would like to express their thanks to Kelly's companion, Robert Williamson for his love and compassionate care of Kelly in recent years.
Memorial services will be held Thursday, January 4, 2007 at 7:00 p.m. in the Olpin Family Mortuary Chapel, 494 South 300 East, Pleasant Grove. Condolence may be sent to the family at www.olpinfamilymortuary.com.
Steven Dallas Freese "Frosty"
On 15 November 2002 Steven Dallas Freese "Frosty," our loving son was welcomed home into the waiting arms of his Father in Heaven while surrounded by his loving family and friends by his bedside at LDS Hospital in Salt Lake City, Utah. Steven was born on 14 June 1952 to Gene and Shirley Freese in Moline, Illinois. He moved to Orem, Utah with his family in May of 1968 and graduated from Orem High School in 1970. He served in the US Army Medical Corps from 1972 to 1975. The majority of his military service was spent overseas serving as a Psychiatric Medical Technician at the US Army Hospital at Landstuhl, Germany. During the past 25 years he was employed in Salt Lake City, Utah by Mountain Bell and US West.
Steven, also known to his friends as "Desert Man," loved the outdoors. He spent much of his spare time hiking and camping in the West Desert. He was an avid golfer and fisherman and was greatly interested in anything concerning trains and locomotives and spent many happy hours either riding or chasing them. He was also a voracious reader. His greatest attribute was his giving nature that touched the lives of all that knew him.
Greatly missing him are his parents Gene and Shirley Freese of Orem, Utah, his sister and brother in law Patty Anne (Freese) and Chris Davis and their son Dallin of Las Vegas, Nevada, his brother Major (US Army) Paul Freese of San Mateo, California, and his loving Fiancée Jilly, and her children Michelle, Lisa, Angie and Jordan, grandchildren Tage and Alexis of Salt Lake City, Utah and numerous dear friends and relatives.
Services will be held on Saturday 23 November at 11 a.m. at the Orem 7th Ward LDS Chapel at 365 South 900 East Orem, Utah. A viewing will be held one hour before the service.
November 9, 2005
Terry Dean Larsen
Terry Dean Larsen, 53, died peacefully in his sleep on Sunday, November 6, 2005, in Spanish Fork, Utah. He was born on July 5, 1952 in Payson, Utah to Rey L and Jacqueline Joyce (Christensen) Larsen.
Terry graduated from Orem High School. He worked at Zions Bank in Provo for a number of years and also for the State of Utah in the Department of Recovery Service. He was a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints serving as an Elder. After Terry was ordained an Elder, he took out his endowments in the Provo Temple. He enjoyed hunting, fishing, and going to the cabin in the Fairview mountains. He enjoyed all BYU sports.
He is survived by his parents Rey L. and Jacqueline Joyce Christensen Larsen of Provo; a grandmother, Alta Larsen, of Spanish Fork: two brothers, Daniel (Mindy) Larsen, of Green River, WY; Sandy Larsen, of Orem; two sisters, Rae Lynne (Ray L.) Robinson, of Cave Creek, AZ; Patricia (Ahmed) Karroumi, of Spanish Fork; many cousins, aunts, uncles, nieces and nephews. He was loved by them all. He was preceded in death by his grandparents George Larsen, Lindon Christensen and Jessie Stansfield Christensen.
Graveside services will be Saturday, November 12, 2005, at 1:00 p.m. in the Mount Pleasant Cemetery, 115 West Main Street, Mount Pleasant.
Condolences may be sent to the family at www.walkerfamilymortuaries.com
Wednesday, August 2, 2006
James Oran Ivie "Jim"
James "Jim" Oran Ivie, age 54 passed away on July 28, 2006 at his home after a long illness. He was born in Provo, Utah on January 17, 1952 to Milton Dale and Shirley Mae James Ivie.
Jim graduated from Orem High School in 1970. Jim served a LDS Mission to San Diego, California He then married Janice Patten in the Salt Lake Temple on April 26, 1974.
Jim worked for Signets until the closing of the plant in the water purification department He later worked for Parish Chemical.
Jim was an active member of the LDS Church. He served in a variety of callings including High Priest Group Leader, Primary Teacher, Home Teacher and many others.
Jim is survived by his wife Janice of 32 years, sons Jason James Ivie of Salt Lake City and Jeffrey James Ivie of Orem, daughter Jill Ivie of Orem, brother's Rodney (Glenda) Ivie of Saratoga Springs, Dawyne ( Peggy) Ivie of Provo, Keith Ivie of Provo, sister's Susan (Nick) Gonzales of Cedar Hills, Jean (Dave) Hard of California and one grandson Tyler Jason Ivie California.
He was preceded in death by his mother Shirley, father Milton Dale, grandparents and one nephew.
The family sends sincere appreciation to Dr. Gerald Stephanz, and to the Davita Dialysis staff for their years of caring for Jim. Thanks to hospice, for their care the last few days of his life.
Funeral services for James will be held Friday, August 4, 2006 at 11:00 a.m. in the Geneva Heights 2nd LDS Ward Chapel, 590 North 900 West, Orem, Utah. Family and friends may call on Thursday evening, August 3, 2006 from 6-8 p.m. at the Geneva Heights 2nd LDS Ward Chapel, 590 North 900 West, Orem, Utah and Friday, from 10-11 a.m. prior to funeral services at the Geneva Heights 2nd Ward Chapel. Interment, Orem City Cemetery, Orem, Utah. Funeral arrangements under the direction of Warenski Funeral Home, American Fork, Utah.
Friday, November 10, 2006
Loving Daughter, Wife, Mother, and Grandmother, Faye returned to her Heavenly Father on the 4th of November 2006 after a short but courageous battle with multiple organ failure.
Faye was born the 4th child to Fay LeRoy Watters and Dean (Phelps) Watters on October 2, 1952 in Provo, UT. She attended schools in Spanish Fork and graduated from Orem High in 1970. Married Tomie Dallas Molyneux on 20 March 1972 in Orem. They had two children, Dallas and Katharine. Married Michael LeRoy Leeds on 28 October 1993.
Preceded in death by Tomie and brother Richard. Survived by Mother, Father, and Stepmother Betty, husband Michael, and Grandchildren, Tomie Tsosie, Kora Molynuex; also sisters, Kristean (Stan) Storey, Karoline Heaps, Jenifer (Richard) Sindar, brothers, Mark (Mary Ann), Daniel (Sandi), Kevin (Carolyn), and Jonathan (Linda).
Graveside services will be held Saturday, November 11, 2006 at 12:00 noon at the Spanish Fork City Cemetery, 430 South 400 East, Spanish Fork, Utah. Friends may call Saturday morning at Berg Mortuary of Provo, 185 E. Center Street, from 10:00-11:15 a.m. Interment, Spanish Fork City Cemetery. Condolences may be sent to email@example.com.
In lieu of flowers PLEASE consider becoming an organ donor.
Debra Willis Hagey
Debra Willis Hagey, 49, formerly of Orem, died January 14, 2002, in San Antonio, Texas. She was born August 25, 1952, in American Fork, Utah to Orval and Doris Green Willis.
She graduated from Orem High School and played basketball for BYU from 1970-74.
She married David Hagey on June 5, 1975, in the Provo Temple. She was an active member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints and served many years in the Scouting programs.
She is survived by her parents of Orem, her husband (Retired Major) David Hagey of San Antonio, children Jason, Derek, and Todd of Provo, Amber (David) Cowan, and Corey of San Antonio, mother-in-law Jean Hagey of Orem, sister Marilyn (David) Turner of Herndon, Virginia and brother Kent (Mercedes) Willis of Orem.
Funeral services will be held Friday, January 18, 2002 at 11 a.m. at the High Country Ward in San Antonio, Texas. Interment will be at Fort San Houston National Cemetery, San Antonio.
Richard S Clark
Richard S. (Dick) Clark, II, was born on May 6, 1952 in Ogden, Utah. He passed away on Tuesday, December 9, 2008 in Provo, Utah after a long and public battle with alcohol. He joins his parents, Dr. Richard S. and Carolyn M. Clark and both sets of grandparents, Stanley M. and Mary N. Clark and Louis F. and Kathryn Moore. He also joins his loving "Uncle Phil" Odle.
He leaves behind two sisters, Patricia C. Millar and Mary Kathryn Clark. He married Monica Lee Blackley-Petro and had three children Richard S. (Annie) Clark, III, Sesily (Trent) Lee, and Sean (Lynzi) Clark. Dick recently spent precious time with his two grandchildren Cohen and Carmella Lee and was looking forward to his third due in April.
Dick will be remembered for his inherent sense of humor, his love of people, his bright menacing smile, and his career in law. He was a talented golfer, enjoyed hunting and fishing, and was always drawn to the mountains.
His family would like to thank all those who stood by him during his darkest times and most recently during his brightest and most promising. We all take comfort in knowing he was finally free of his addiction at the time of his passing.
Dad, we're proud of your recent victories and although your passing was unexpected, you have left your family with fond memories and we will miss you dearly.
As per his request, Dick will be cremated and memories will be shared during a memorial service at 2:00 p.m. on Monday, December 15, 2008 at Berg Mortuary, 185 E. Center, Provo, Utah.
Kevin Eugene Christensen
On Aug 29, 2008, it happened again; Kevin, 56, got better lookin' as he passed away peacefully surrounded by his family.
He was born on Jul 12, 1952 to Marvin Eugene (deceased) & Erma B Christensen in Salina, UT. He was a fantastic son, brother, dad, grandpa, uncle & friend.
Survived by his children: Anny & Amanda, Angela & Joshua Payne. Grandchildren: Brynlee, TaLai, Skyla. Mom: Erma. Siblings: Jeanette (Bryce) Chiesa, Lili, Ilene, Chuck (Linda) Christensen, Debbie (Kent) Brown, Kristie (Allan) Cooley.
"We Make it Harder" was the slogan for his concrete construction company. All of his structures will stand as a permanent reminder of his hard work, skills & abilities. He is a member of the LDS Church and served a mission to Lansing, MI. He continued his personal gospel study throughout his life. Kevin loved spending time in the mountains, hunting, fishing, & creating memories with his loved ones.
Special thanks to Kim Clements for her consistent friendship and care.
Join with us as we honor him: Wed Sep 3 at 11:00 AM, Walker Funeral Home. 646 E 800 N. Orem, UT. He will be buried in the Orem City Cemetery with his father.
We love YOU and don't you forget it! Cowboy, we know you're ridin' tall! Visit his website for a celebration of his life. www.kevinchristensen.org
Thomas Scott Parry
The Best Man One Could Know
Thomas Scott Parry, our devoted husband, father, papa, son, brother and friend, passed away peacefully on Saturday, November 8, 2008 surrounded by his loving family.
Scott was born in Price, Utah on January 24, 1952 to Thomas L. Parry and Dian Stevens Hechtle. He was a great older brother to his three younger siblings Kim, Valerie and Cheryl. Scott was raised in Orem, Utah where he developed lifelong friendships, and a love for sports and the outdoors.
Baseball was a passion he excelled at and was given a scholarship to Ricks College, in Rexburg, Idaho. It was there that he met his eternal companion and love of his life, Kris. They were sealed for time and all eternity after Scott faithfully served an LDS mission to Japan. Their 35 years of marriage was filled with constant love, support and commitment to each other.
He was an amazing father to two wonderful children who he taught how to treat others with kindness and unconditional love.
Scott was a faithful member of the LDS church and loved people and could make friends anywhere he went. Many fond memories were made snowmobiling and taking trips to Lake Powell with "the group". He also enjoyed golfing with his son and buddies. Through his example, he taught that life is not about what you own or where you work, but what you do for others and how you treat them.
The gift of life was given to Scott in 2001 when his son-in-law, Philip Cochrane, donated his kidney. This unselfish act allowed Scott to see the birth of his three granddaughters, who were the light of their papa's life. He was also able to witness his son marry his wife Krista.
A heart felt thanks for the tender care given to Scott by the doctors, nurses, and staff during his last week of life at Intermountain Medical Center. The family was also blessed by the Roadway and Life Flight families who lovingly supported them through this difficult time.
Scott is survived by his loving family. Wife Kris; Children Heather (Philip) Cochrane and Timothy (Krista) Parry; Gandchildren Chloee, Brynlee and Hadlee Cochrane; Parents, Thomas L.(Nancy) Parry , Dian (Ralph) Hechtle; Siblings, Kim (Cindy) Parry, Valerie (Brad) Hansen, Cheryl Conlon, Michael (Katie) Parry, Brent Jolley, Steve, Dieter and Michael Hechtle; and all of his many nieces and nephews.
A viewing will be held on Wednesday, November 12, 2008 from 6-9 p.m. at the Larkin Sunset Gardens located at 1950 East 10600 South. Funeral Services will be held Thursday, November 13, 2008 at noon at the Country Park Stake Center located at 2447 West 11400 South. A viewing will precede services from 10:30-11:45 am. Interment will follow at Mountain View Memorial Estates. In lieu of flowers, please send your love through donations to the American Diabetes Association.
Debra Lee Allman-Johnson
Debra Lee Allman-Johnson, a happy, loving, free spirit has left the earth free from all her pain and suffering on March 30, 2008, in Sterling, Alaska. Debra was born February 28, 1952, in Murray, Utah, daughter of Grant & Darlene Allman.
She graduated from Orem High School and received her CNA Training in SLC and Alaska. She was well-loved by young and old alike. She was a member of The Ministries of the Living Stones in Sterling, Alaska.
She is survived by her mother, Darlene Allman, Orem, UT., her sons, Matt (Sherry) Johnson, SLC, UT., Jessie Johnson, Spanish Fork, UT., Michael Anderson, Sterling, Alaska and six grandchildren. Sister, Dana (Brian) Chatterly, Sterling, Alaska, brothers, Rick (Nancy Allman, Eagle Mountin, UT., Scott (Anita) Allman, SLC, UT., Jamie (Mickie) Allman, Fairview, UT. and William "Billy" Allman, Wassila, Alaska. Preceded in death by her father, Grant Allman.
In lieu of flowers the family request donations be made to the National Breast Cancer Research Foundation.
A celebration of her life will be held at 2:00 p.m. Saturday, April 12, 2008, at the LDS Chapel, 955 North 300 East, Orem, Utah.
Karen Swenson passed away February 20, 2009 at her home in Orem at the age of 56. She was born April 25, 1952 in Provo, Utah. At the age of 4 she was adopted and raised as one of their own by her parents Van and Beulah Swenson. She had three children with her soul mate Jesse Pino. She worked at the Turtle, Reams in Provo for 19 years. She will be greatly missed by her entire family and a lot by her dogs, J. R. Whitley. She is survived by her three children, Derek Pino and Michelle Pino, Jennifer (Mike) Grant and her grandchildren, Skyler and Cody, her siblings Bobby Bethers, Billy Bethers, David Bethers, Sheila Brown, Gladys Begaye, Bill Swenson many nieces and nephews and her dogs. She is proceeded in death by her parents Van and Beulah Swenson, her soul mate Jesse Pino, her sister Paula Cook, Brother Butch Bethers, nephew Tyler Swenson. There will be a celebration of her life for family and friends at 1640 South Wildwood Hollow (about 550 West) Orem, February 25 from 5-8 P.M.