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Wednesday, May 14, 2014
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Susan Staheli
Goodman
1949 ~ 2014
Our beloved Danny Bryan joined
his father Don Bryan, mother
Mickie Steffens Bullock Gaines
and brother Clifton Bryan on
Saturday May 3, 2014. He was
born March 8, 1949. He leaves
behind his children Amellia Bryan
and his baby boy Michael Bryan,
wife Debby Bryan and Ray
Gaines. Brothers and sisters:
Freddy (Dawn) Wiley, Kenny
Bryan, Judy (Archie) Williams,
Shannon Gilson, Susan (Joe) Lee,
Robyn Bryan, Mike Stickney and
Angel (Ralph) Schowerer. He had
11 grandchildren. Danny was an
amazing father, brother and friend.
He was loved by many. He
enjoyed fishing, collecting coins,
hunting, Bingo and four wheeling.
His greatest joy in life was
spending time with his kids and
grandchildren. He loved telling
jokes and making people smile. He
had a heart the size of Texas. He
will be deeply missed. A viewing
will be held 10 to 11:30 am
Thursday, May 15 at the Sundburg
Olpin Mortuary, 495 South State
Street in Orem. A "Celebration of
Danny's Life" funeral will be held
1:00 pm (also on Thursday), May
15 at the Eclipse at 600 South 100
West in Provo. A dinner will follow.
(Directions) At 300 South in Provo,
turn South on 100 West. Go to 600
South.
Wilbur J. Wilson
1928 ~ 2014
Wilbur J. Wilson, 85, with the
help of cancer, peacefully passed
away at home May 11, 2014,
reluctantly leaving behind his
beloved wife of 65 years, Merilyn
Whitney Wilson.
Wilbur was born Nov. 30, 1928
in Payson, UT to R.L. and Luella
Tippetts Wilson. He was a brother
to Arlea, Arnold, Gene (deceased)
and Keith. At age 15 his family
settled in Springville, UT where he
met his sweetheart Merilyn. They
were married Sept. 10, 1948 in the
Salt Lake City Temple. Together
they raised eight wonderful children: Larry (Debra) Wilson, Mindy
(Norlen)
Dalton,
Michal
(Ron)
Adams, Leslie
(Tom)
Timmerman,
Adams, Leslie (Tom) Timmerman,
Pamela Wilson, Lani (Wayne) Lee,
Tim (Shirley) Wilson and Eric
(Jean) Wilson. At this time they
have a legacy of 31 grandchildren
(2 deceased) and 35 greatgrandchildren.
Wilbur earned a Bachelor's
degree from BYU and a Master’s
degree from USU. From a very
early age he worked alongside his
father and learned many trades.
He was a brick mason, a big-rig
driver, an electrician and a pilot,
flying the family plane back and
forth to many jobs. He was also a
very good auto mechanic, taking
apart and rebuilding his first car at
age 16. He had many other jobs in
his lifetime including technical
electrical writer for Sperry Rand
Co., salesman, welder, landlord
and was a teacher at Cedar High
and Cedar Jr. High for 25 years. It
seemed he was always inventing,
fixing and building things. He also
had many hobbies and interests:
riding motorcycles, back-packing,
hunting, boating, and computers.
He loved designing, building and
flying his own hang gliders for
many years. In addition to all this
he was a beekeeper, a very good
artist and had a beautiful singing
voice.
He was a faithful member of the
LDs church. He served others his
entire life including a 2 year LDS
building mission in Hawaii; building
chapels and working on the
Polynesian Cultural Center. He
was an Eagle Scout and served for
35 years in the scouting program.
He had many church callings and
was Executive secretary for three
bishoprics. He had a deep love for
the gospel, the constitution, his
family and most of all Merilyn.
Funeral services will be held
Saturday, May 17, 2014 at 12:00
pm in the 5th ward LDS chapel,
155 E. 400 S. in Cedar City, UT.
There will be a viewing prior to the
funeral from 10:00 am. To 11:30
am under the direction of Southern
Utah Mortuary.
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Charles Patrick Carter “Chuck”,
Charles Patrick Carter “Chuck”,
59, of Pleasant Grove passed
away Friday, May 9, 2014. A
memorial service will be held
Friday, May 16, 2014 at 2:00 p.m.
in the Olpin Family Mortuary
Chapel, 494 South 300 East,
Pleasant Grove. Condolences may
be sent to the family and a
complete obituary found at www.o
lpinmortuary.com.
Gregory Lee Twelves, 73, of
West Valley City, Utah passed
away Saturday, May 10, 2014 in
West Valley City. Graveside services will be held Friday, May 16,
2014 at 12:00 Noon at the Spanish
Fork City Cemetery, 420 South
400 East, Spanish Fork, Utah.
Condolences may be sent to the
family at: www.walkerobits.com
Winston Evan Christensen, 82,
of Pleasant Grove passed away
Monday, May 12, 2014 at his
home. Funeral services will be
held Saturday, May 17, 2014 at
11:00 a.m. in the Manila First Ward
Chapel, 3396 North 900 West,
Pleasant Grove. Family and
friends may attend a viewing at the
church one hour prior to the
services. Interment will be in the
Oak City Cemetery (Millard County) at 3:00 p.m. under the direction
of Olpin Family Mortuary, Pleasant
Grove. Condolences may be sent
to the family and further information obtained at www.olpinmortuar
y.com.
Cale Whipple, 82, of West Valley
passed away May 9, 2014.
Funeral services will be Friday,
May 16, 2014 at 12 p.m. at the
Walker Sanderson Funeral Home,
646 East 800 North, Orem, Utah.
646 East 800 North, Orem, Utah.
A visitation will be held Friday at
10:30 to 11:30 a.m. prior to the
services at the funeral home.
Interment will be in the Provo City
Cemetery.
Marilyn Marie Sabin Parsons,
81, of Orem, passed away May 12,
2014 and her home in Orem.
Funeral services will be 11:00 am
Saturday, May 17 at the Orem
Cascade Stake Center, 481 East
Center St. Viewings will be
6:00-8:00 p.m. Friday May 16 at
the Walker Sanderson Funeral
Home, 646 East 800 North in
Orem, and also at the Stake
Center 9:30 - 10:30 a.m. prior to
services. Interment will be in the
Orem City Cemetery. Condolences
may be sent to the family at
www.walkersanderson.com.
Vaughn R Jensen, age 79 of
Genola, passed away May 12,
2014 in West Jordan, Utah.
Funeral services will be Saturday,
May 17th at 11:00 am at the
Genola LDS Chapel. Viewings will
be Friday from 6 to 8 pm at the
Brown Family Mortuary, 66 South
300 East, Santaquin, and Saturday
at the church from 9:45 to 10:45
am. Interment, Genola Cemetery.
www.brownfamilymortuary.com
Joseph Keith Scott, age 76, of
Provo, passed away May 10,
2014. Graveside services will be
held at 11:00 a.m., Wednesday,
May 14, 2014 at the Provo City
Cemetery, 610 South State Street,
Provo, Utah. Condolences may be
sent online at www.bergmortuary.
com. (801) 373-1841
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Danny Bryan
Pleasant Grove, Ut - Brad L.
Carter died May 10, 2014 at his
home in Pleasant Grove, UT.
Brad was an amazing father,
grandfather, husband, family member and friend. Brad was a family
man, He loved being with his
family. He will be truly missed by
all who loved and knew him.
He loved being in the outdoors,
He was a avid hunter and
fisherman .Brad was very outgoing
and lived life to the fullest, Always
up for a goodtime! Brad had a
heart of gold and would do
anything for anyone in need.
Survived by his wife Tanya
Carter of 37 years, children Tanje
(Brent) Duvall, Kinzie (Brian)
Simmons, Easton (Julie) Carter, 8
grandchildren, mother Darlene
Crosier, brother Randy Carter,
sisters Shauna Carter and Camille
Falta. Preceded in death by his
father Calvin Leroy Carter and
brother Jodi Lon Carter.
We want to thank everyone for
their support, thoughts and prayers. A special thanks to First
Choice Hospice service for their
generous care.
Funeral Services will be 12noon,
Friday, May 16, 2014 at the Battle
Creek 2nd Ward, 1250 E 200 S
Pleasant Grove, Ut. where a
viewing will be held prior to
services from 10:30 to 11:45 am.
Interment to follow at the Orem
City Cemetery, 1520 N 800 E
Orem, Ut.
Online
condolences
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Terry Lynn (Telford McBride)
Jones passed away peacefully in
her sleep on Mother's Day. We
could not think of a better present
for her on this special day as we
celebrate her return to our Heavenly Father, Robert and Wanda
Telford, her parents; Milt Jones,
her eternal companion, and other
loved ones family. She lived a life
worthy of the presence of the
Father.
Terry’s 6 children were from her
first marriage to Michael McBride.
Her children Mike (Rani), Jon
(Jane), James (Wendy), Robert
(Amy), Daniel (Darlene) and
Suzette love and cherish their
mother. Terry's marriage and
sealing to Milt brought his loved
four children into her life; Jim
(Beverly), Russ (Nadine), Julie
(Steve), and Kristie. She has 30
grandchildren, 29 great grandchildren. She is survived by her six
siblings; Robert, Richard, Paul,
Ted, Michael and Kathryn.
Terry’s church service included
pianist, organist, choir director,
Primary Pres. & teacher, Young
Women's leader, visiting teacher,
and temple worker. She served a
mission with Milt in the Toronto,
Canada temple. She wrote and
directed winning "Road Shows" in
the once small town of Alpine,
Utah. Her civic service included
PTA President and special education teacher in Jr. High for 10
years. In her later years Terry
loved to travel; especially the trips
that included genealogy work.
Most of all, she enjoyed her trips
with all her grandchildren to the
magical world of Disney. Terry
would want her wonderful hospice
nurses at Valeo thanked. She
spent only a few weeks with Jeff,
Martha and Anne, but loved them
so. We thank them along with
Holly and Cory. We also thank the
members of Terry's ward, and
especially Bishop Hunt. Special,
special thanks to Ron and Susan
Wicks for your tireless love and
service to our mother! Thank you
Aunt Kathy, Suzette, Mandi and Dr
Shelly Ebert for all you have done
over the long months and days in
caring for and fulfilling Terry Lynn's
wishes to a "T"
Funeral service will be held
Saturday, May 17, 2014, at 11:00
am in the Highland 18th LDS Ward
Chapel, 4679 West 11000 North,
Highland, Utah. Family and friends
may call Friday, May 16, 2014
from 6:00 to 8:00 pm and Saturday
from 9:30 to 10:30 am at the
church. Interment will be at
Highland City Cemetery. Condolences may be sent to the family at
www.warenski.com
April 10,1952
May 10, 2014
Susan
Staheli
Goodman,
1968-2014, beloved wife, mother,
grandmother, daughter and sister
passed away May 11, 2014.
Susan was born January 21, 1968
in Price, Utah to Mel and Elaine
Staheli. When she was 3 her
family moved to Ukiah, California
and later moved to Springville,
Utah. She graduated from Springville High in 1986 and then
attended Ricks College for 2
years. During her school years she
enjoyed singing in the choir where
she made many close friends.
Susan worked at Nature’s Sunshine, Axiom Financial, and as a
Special Ed technician for the Nebo
School District. She was a dedicated member of the Church of
Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
She served a mission in the
Mexico City Mission. She also
served as Relief Society President,
in the Stake Primary Presidency,
and other various callings. She
loved riding horses and sewing,
but more than anything she loved
being with her family.
Susan married Steve Ashby,
January 11, 1991, in the Jordan
River Temple (later divorced).
They had 4 beautiful children
whom she loved dearly. She later
married Dale Goodman on September 16, 2005, later sealed in
the Mount Timpanogos Temple.
He brought her 3 more children to
love.
She is survived by her husband,
Dale
Goodman,
children:
Stephanie Ashby; Shelly Ashby;
Tyler Ashby; Sheri Ashby; Michael
Goodman;
Samantha
(Devin)
Goodwin; Christopher Goodman;
father: Mel Staheli; granddaughter:
Tayleigh Goodwin; siblings: John
(Karen) Staheli; Dave (Marlene)
Staheli; Kent (Ronda) Staheli;
Diane (Kevin) Freestone; Kevin
(Kendra) Staheli. Proceeded in
death by her mother, Elaine
Staheli, and sisters, Caralyn (Ron)
Shaw and Linda (Gary) Hone.
A viewing will be held on
Thursday, May 15, from 6:00 8:00 PM at the Walker Funeral
Home, 187 South Main, Spanish
Fork and on Friday at the church
from 9:30 - 10:30 AM prior to the
services. Funeral Services will be
held Friday, May 16, at 11:00 AM
at the LDS church at 1750 East
750 South, Spanish Fork. Burial
will be in the Springville Evergreen
Cemetery.
Condolences may be sent to:
www.walkerobits.com
DS
1937 ~ 2014
Dennis Mark Bacon, 64, of
Mapleton, Utah died Monday
morning, May 12, 2014 in Provo,
Utah after a short valiant battle
with brain cancer. He was surrounded by his loving wife, children,
and grandchildren. Dennis was
born to Chancy and Donna Mae
Johnson Bacon on September 28,
1949, in Boise, Idaho. He married
his high school sweetheart,
Shannon Genille Lough, in 1968.
They were sealed in the Salt Lake
City, Utah Temple. He was a band
director for 23 years at various
schools throughout Utah at the
elementary through college levels.
In 1995, he shifted his career
focus to educational administration. He was currently serving as
assistant principal at Orem Junior
High School at the time of his
death.
Dennis was a faithful lifelong
member of The Church of Jesus
Christ of Latter-Day Saints, where
he served in various callings in
wards and stakes. He was currently serving on the high council in
the YSA 19th Stake in Provo. He
and Shannon developed a deep
love for family history, researching
and taking names to the temple to
do temple work for their ancestors,
involving the grandchildren in
performing baptisms and confirmations. Dennis was also very
involved in preparing young men
and women in his stake for
missionary service.
He
and
Shannon
always
seemed to make time to be
together doing the things they
loved including golfing, fishing, and
riding their three-wheel motorcycle.
The grandchildren really loved
being with grandpa doing some of
these activities. One golf season,
Dennis and Shannon both got a
hole in one, at the same golf
course, on different holes. Another
of their favorite activities was
driving to Fairview for a cheeseburger and hot fudge sundae. In
the past 15 years, one of his
favorite activities was to find
several different fun convertibles
for Shannon to drive.
Dennis is survived by his loving
eternal companion, his children
Curtis William (Adela), Stephen
Mark (Corrina), Lorraine Mae
Robinson Mason (Evan), Brigham
Dennis
"Denny"
(Ruby),
Christopher Alfred, Donna Shanille
Mortimer (Spencer), 25 grandchildren, 2 great-grandchildren and
another expected in July. He is
preceded in death by his parents,
son-in-law Robbie Robinson, and
grandsons Jaylen Zane Bacon and
Dallin McKade Bacon.
Funeral services will be held
Friday, May 16, 2014, at 2 p.m. in
the Mapleton North Stake Center
at 475 N 1600 W, Mapleton. There
will be a viewing at the church on
Thursday evening from 6 to 8 pm
and Friday from 12:15 to 1:45
p.m., prior to services. In lieu of
flowers, please donate to the LDS
Church Missionary Fund.
Condolences may be sent at
www.wheelermortuaries.com.
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1949 ~ 2014
Brad Leon
Carter
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also called familial hypercholesterolemia,” she said.
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“Your liver doesn’t know
how to process LDL [low“When I asked her why, she density lipoprotein],” Kelly
said something was wrong
Sobotka said.
with her.”
Of the six siblings in her
Their five children were
family, four are now taking
away at school and were
cholesterol medication to
unavailable to help. She
head off heart problems.
also said she was relieved
Kelly and Stephanie have
they did not have to witness five children, and one,
her plight.
a 16-year-old, has high
“I initially thought she
cholesterol. He has started
had the flu,” he said. “I kept taking medicine to reduce
her on the phone the whole
those levels.
time I was driving home.”
“This can help our son,”
They made it to AmeriKelly Sobotka said. “For him
can Fork Hospital, where
to be on medicine this much
personnel did testing on her earlier than he ever would
and said she needed to see a have had his cholesterol
cardiologist.
checked is great. We have
“I’ll make an appointbeen reading — the earlier
ment,” Stephanie Sobotka
the better. If you happen
told them, but they said
to have a family history,
she was going right then
be tested.”
and an ambulance would
Stephanie Sobotka agreed.
be there shortly to take her
“It doesn’t take but a few
to UVRMC.
minutes,” she said. “Get
Dr. David Cragun ordered tested, especially if you
an angiogram, which indihave a family history. Heart
cated it was not a virus, not disease is the number one
caused by stress or a block- killer of men and women
age that could be quickly
in America.”
fixed by a stent.
“It kills more women than
“You will be going in
all cancers combined,” Kelly
for open heart surgery
Sobotka said.
tomorrow,” she said that he
And they may or may not
told her.
have any warning.
“Of the three main arter“Sometimes women’s
ies feeding her heart, one
first symptoms are sudwas completely blocked,
den death,” Stephanie
one was 85 percent blocked
Sobotka said.
and one was 50 percent
In addition to having
blocked,” Kelly Sobotka said. cholesterol checks, people
“That was a sleepless
should exercise, she said.
night,” she said.
“Your health is in your
The couple said they were hands,” she said. “You need
grateful for the timing. If it
to exercise your heart every
had been a few days earlier
day for an hour.” Some may
they would have been in
say they don’t have time,
Mexico, away from modparticularly mothers who
ern medicine.
feel they need to care for
If it had been a few days
their families.
later, Kelly Sobotka would
“But as a mom you need
have been out of the country to make time for you and for
on business.
your health so you can be
After the surgery, Dr.
around to take care of your
Mitchell met with them and children,” she said.
said she shouldn’t be there
at her age, which was 39.
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He suspected a genetic tie,
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asked questions about her
reached at (801) 344-2907 or
family history and started
[email protected]
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