July 12th, 1959 - July 22nd, 2014
Debra Sue Badizadegan (Walch) passed away peacefully on Tuesday July 22nd, 2014 at her home in Central Point OR, after a lonng and couragous battle with cancer. Debbie was born July 12th, 1959 in Provo, Utah.
Debbie is survived by her parents Richard and Sue Walch; her husband, Masood; her three children, Majeed, Arianna, and Desiree, her daughter-in-law, Rachelle; her grandchildren, Gwendolyn and Aubrey.
A funeral service will be held at the chapel of the Perl Funeral Home (2100 Siskiyou Blvd, Medford, OR) on Sunday, July 27th at 1:00 p.m.
Darrell O. Bybee, 54, has returned to his heavenly home after years of pain borne with good cheer and selflessness.
Those who will miss him dearly include son Joshua; mother, Barbara; siblings, Kathleen, Leroy, Merla, Verle, Lorraine, and Gene; and numerous nieces and nephews. He has joined his wife, Virginia Lighthall, son Jeremy, and father, Sirren.
We will gather to honor Darrell's life on July 21 at 5 pm at 6867 Tracy Loop Road, Herriman.
Julie Ann Clayton, Age 57 died July 26, 2017. Born September 15, 1959 in Salt Lake City, Utah. The daughter of Jerry K. Clayton and Patricia Joan Pettit Clayton, Grew up in Taylorsville, Utah. Graduated from Cottonwood High School. Served an L.D.S. Mission in the Guayaquil, Ecuador Mission in 1981. Worked for Continental Airlines as a ticket sales agent. An active member of the L.D.S. Church. Preceded in death by her mother. Survived by her father Jerry (Annette) brother Dale (Connie) and her three nieces, Ashley, Angela and Alyssa Clayton and adopted niece, Shelbi Green.
Carol Lynne Dewsnup, our beautiful daughter, sister, aunt, and friend passed away on October 11, 2012. Carol was born May 15, 1959 in S.L.C., UT. to Richard L. and Barbara Welton Dewsnup. She graduated from Cottonwood High School where she was President of the National Honor Society and excelled in public speaking and drama. She attended BYU, BYU Hawaii, and the University of Utah. She worked in hospitality for the Utah Travel Council, Marriott, and Holiday Inn Hotels. Carol had a life-long love of dance, and had studied & danced with the Washington D.C. School of Ballet. Carol was very spiritual, and was creative and meticulous in all she did. She always gave of herself completely, and shared her love and caring with those she knew.
She was preceded in death by her father, Richard Layton Dewsnup. She is survived by her mother, Barbara W. Dewsnup; brothers Mark Dewsnup, Gary Dewsnup; sister Jane Hill (Krehl), niece Taylor Hill and nephew Kaden Hill.
A visitation will be held on Tuesday, October 16th from 4:00 - 7:00 pm at Mountain View Memorial Park & Mortuary, 3115 E. 7800 S. Cottonwood Heights, UT. Burial on Wednesday, October 17th. Online condolences can be left at www.memorialutah.com.
We will always love you, Carol. Those we have held in our arms for a little while, we hold in our hearts forever.
Annette Smith Hill
January 29, 1959 ~ February, 1992
Today at the young age of 33 I left this mortal existence to a holier sphere.
I was born at an early age on January 29, 1959 in Salt Lake City, Utah to wonderful parents, Gordon N. Smith and Joanne (DeHann) Smith, who taught me to live life well. Our family lived in Burley, Idaho for a while and then moved back to Salt Lake City, Utah and there I attended Cottonwood High School. I married Russ Keith Hill January 7, 1977 (7-7-77) in the Salt Lake LDS Temple. We have three sweet children who I will miss greatly. We lived in Salt Lake City most of our married life then moved to Portland, Oregon where we have resided for the last two years.At the young age of 29, I was introduced to something called cancer. Cancer was my great adversary but I have learned that in this life our enemies can become our choicest friends, the secret is in learning what to do with the conflict.
With deepest sadness I leave behind the most wonderful, loving, supporting husband in the world, Russ Keith, and three of the Lord's choicest spirits; Spencer K., 13, Emily J., 11, and Jacob T., 8, of Portland, Oregon. I also wish to thank the following for their constant faith and prayers in my behalf: My parents, Gordon N. Smith and Joanne (Dehaan) Smith; my brothers, David J. Smith (Elizabeth), Paul N. Smith (Diane), Andrew G. Smith (Marilee), all of Salt Lake City; Elder Timothy F. Smith, now serving an LDS Mission in the Dominican Republic; also my sisters, Jodee Gerber (Cary), West Jordan; Lori Pantuso (Steve) and Suzanne Smith, both of Salt Lake City; grandmothers, Lydia Smith, Bethesda, Maryland and Afton Dehaan, Salt Lake City; my mother-in-law, Fern E. Hill and sisters-in-law, Terry Johnson (Steve), and Susan Richins (Stan), all of Salt Lake City; as well as 28 nieces and nephews.
Donations could be made to the General Missionary Fund of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
Life Centered Funeral Services will be held Saturday, Feb. 8, 1992 at 11 a.m. at the South Cottonwood 5th Ward building, 6350 So. Rodeo Lane (1545 East), with viewing two hours prior to the services as well as from 6-8 p.m., Friday, Feb. 7, 1992 at Memorial Estates Mountain View Cemetery, 3115 East 7800 So. Services were also held in Portland, Oregon, Feb. 6, 1992.
Steven Langlois Resident of San Jose, CA Steven Langlois passed away on March 5, 2011 at the age of 51. He died peacefully after a valiant fight against brain cancer.Steve was born on April 13, 1959 in Salt Lake City, Utah, to Robert and Shirley Langlois, who preceded him in death. His education was completed in Salt Lake City, graduating from Cottonwood High School and earning a Bachelors Degree in Finance (Cum Laude) and a Masters in Business Administration (Dean's List) from the University of Utah. Steve worked in the financial industry for over 25 years, and was respected as a skillful businessman with an unwavering sense of integrity. Most recently, he served as the Associate Director of Risk Management for Stanford University. As a faithful member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Steve served a two-year mission in England and Wales during his youth and has since held many volunteer leadership positions in his local congregation. Steve truly treasured his family and his role as father. His favorite pastimes included cheering for his children's sport teams; giving standing ovations at music and dance performances; and helping his children with late-night school projects. Steve was active in his community serving on the Site Councils of several schools and in the Boy Scout program. The lives of many young men were touched through his dedicated efforts. Each young man that came into his troop left as an Eagle Scout. He was very proud that all three sons earned their Eagle Scout Awards and that his two daughters earned their Gold Awards, the highest award in Girl Scouts. Steve was hardworking, kind, and had a heart filled with charity. His friends and family trusted in his wise counsel and appreciated his easy-going playful nature. He is survived by his wife, Carrie Magnusson Langlois; children: Rachel (27), Michael (25), Christopher (23), Tyler (19), and Michelle (16); and his siblings David (Ruth) Langlois and Kathy (Allen) Henrichsen. Friends are invited to attend a visitation at 2:00 p.m. and graveside service at 3:00 p.m. on Saturday, March 12, 2011 at Wasatch Lawns, 3401 South Highland Drive, Salt Lake City. In lieu of flowers, please make a donation in Steve's name to the American Heart Association-Go Red For Women, 465 S. 400 E. Ste. 110, Salt Lake City, UT 84111.
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<span style=""font-family:" comic="" sans="" ms,cursive;"="">Bart Lin "Bronco" Loyola
July 28, 1959 ~ January 29, 2003
Bart Lin "Bronco" Loyola, 43, a mechanical and electrical designer, died Wednesday, Jan. 29, 2003, in Fort Worth.
Bart Loyola was born July 28, 1959, in Salt Lake City, Utah. He was a 1977 graduate of Cottonwood High School in Salt Lake City. He loved the mountains of Utah where he enjoyed skiing, hiking and trout fishing. In 1980 he joined his family in Texas. A brilliant artist and draftsman, he taught autocad. Bart loved coaching his son, Jack, and the Devil Rays baseball team, which won the division title this year. His family remembers him as a wonderful father and a smiling, happy man who never met a stranger.
Survivors: Wife, Jennifer; stepson, Jack; stepdaughters, Allyson and Mary Martha; parents, Art and Carolyn Loyola of Arlington; and brother, Collin Loyola and wife, Julie, and their daughters, Laura and Danielle, all of Arlington.
David Ray Simar Devoted Father David Ray Simar passed away suddenly on February 15, 2011. He was born on September 17, 1958 to Raphael and Hope Simar. He married Cheryise Nunley on June 5, 1988. Cheryise was the love of his life. After her death in 1993, he devoted his life to their son Braden. He is survived, by son, Braden; mother Hope Iverson Simar; parents-in-law Robert and Ruth Nunley; sisters Barbara (Bill) Hull; Linda (Don) McStotts, Annette (Ron) Alsop; and brother Ronald (Marty) Simar. Preceded in death by father, Raphael Simar and sister Rose Patterson. A viewing will be held on Tuesday, February 22nd from 6:00 until 8:00 p.m. at the Taylorsville Park Ward, 1555 Lovely Road, Taylorsville. Graveside service will be held on Wednesday, February 23rd at 12:00 Noon at Salt Lake City Cemetery, 200 "N" Street. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Dave's son at any Mountain America Credit Union to the account of Braden Simar. Arrangements entrusted to Starks Funeral Parlor.
nn Hancock Stephenson 1958 ~ 2010 Our wife, mother, daughter, sister, grandmother and friend, Ann Hancock Stephenson, 51, died July 1, 2010, at her home in Tooele, Utah. Through the many thoughts and prayers offered on her behalf, Ann was allowed to peacefully return to a loving Father in Heaven in whom Ann's testimony has strengthened so many. She was born July 10, 1958, in Salt Lake City, Utah, to Hal and Cornella Hancock. Ann was the fifth of nine children. She graduated from Cottonwood High School in 1976. On May 6, 1977, she married David E. Stephenson in the Salt Lake City LDS Temple. Ann was the proud mother of six children to whom she devoted her life. In the spring of 1986, Ann was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis, while living in Salmon, Idaho where she lived for seven years. In 1988 Ann and her family moved to West Jordan where she lived for 17 years. Ann spent many years volunteering and serving others afflicted with MS in an effort to help ease their burdens and help provide them with hope. Many thanks to all who helped her in this great cause through Walk/Bike MS throughout many states. Special thanks for all those who have contributed their time and money, to help in our fight against this difficult disease. In 1998 Ann was recognized as the Salt Lake City MS Volunteer of the year. In 1999 Ann was awarded the MS Champion of the year award in recognition of her efforts in fighting MS in her community and state. In 2006 Ann and her family moved to Tooele, Utah. Her interests included music, artwork, ceramics, gardening, bottling fruits and vegetables, and watching the Utah Jazz. Her livelihood focused on her family, friends, and those she served in the church most notably her young women. Her greatest lesson taught to those around her has been that "It's not about what trials come our way. What matters in this life is what we do with our time. Since none of us know how much time we have, we better make every single day count." Our deepest thanks to all who helped care for Ann in many different ways throughout her life. Survivors include her husband of 33 years, David E. Stephenson of Tooele; children include, David A. (Alisa) Stephenson of Tooele, Michael (Melina) Stephenson of Tooele, Jerid Stephenson of Illinois, Christopher Stephenson of Salt Lake, Alicia (Ryan) Pehrson of West Jordan, Kelcey Ann Stephenson of Tooele; parents include, Hal and Cornella Hancock of Taylorsville; siblings include, Susan Bale of Grantsville, Art Hancock of Riverton, Colette Waters of Salt Lake, Aaron Hancock of Virginia, Lisa Bagley of WestJordan, John Hancock of Sandy, Doug Hancock of West Jordan, Jody Burningham of Herriman; grandchildren include: DJ Stephenson, Camille Stephenson, Mikaela Stephenson, Miguel Stephenson, Kohen Lindsay, and Lydia Pehrson. Viewing to be held on July 9, 2010 at the Tate Mortuary, 110 S Main Street, Tooele. (Family 5-6 p.m., Others 6-8 p.m.) Funeral services to be held at 11 a.m. on July 10, 2010 at the Tooele South Stake, 1025 S Southwest Dr, Tooele. (Also to be held on the day of the funeral at the Tooele South Stake: Family Viewing 9-9:30 a.m., Others (9:30-10:30 a.m.) Burial will be held in the Tooele City Cemetery.
Our Loving Daughter & Sister
Marilyn Ursenbach's birth to Wayne and Bernice Ursenbach on July 31, 1959 was the beginning of a miracle that lasted 54 years, and the miracle continues after her passing on August 4, 2013. Marilyn was born six weeks prematurely with multiple birth defects including severely clubbed feet and a generalized muscle weakness that impacted every muscle action, most significantly, her ability to swallow. As a result, some of Marilyn's early caregivers labeled Marilyn as one who would never walk, ride a bike, drive or even survive. When Marilyn was a teenager, a birth defect in her brain manifest itself in a seizure disorder that would severely impact the rest of her life. Her life is a testimony that God is in charge, for Marilyn met each challenge.
Marilyn was aided in her journey through life by so many who cared for her, especially her mother who was the only one who seemed to be able to coax some milk down newborn Marilyn's uncooperative throat, and who continued to care for Marilyn in such a loving way until the end of her life. Marilyn was also joined in her mortal journey by a twin sister, who chose to come to earth with her as a companion, helper and best friend. They loved to laugh together, and there is no doubt that their friendship began long before this life, and that it will resume at a future day in the eternities.
Marilyn excelled in school, graduating from Cottonwood High School in 1977 and earning a bachelor's degree in psychology from BYU. She then served as a missionary (the only one of her siblings to do so!) in the Pennsylvania, Pittsburgh mission. In 1986, Marilyn went to work for Zion's Bank, first as a teller, and then as a loan specialist. Her tenure at the bank lasted until just days before her surgery near the end of April.
To the end of her life, Marilyn was young at heart, though in a body which had aged beyond her actual years. Four months ago, Marilyn was diagnosed with advanced breast cancer, and her passing was a result of complications of her treatment.
In addition to family and friends who will miss her terribly, Marilyn leaves behind a worn, imperfect body along with all of the accouterments (often associated with a more advanced age) which allowed her to get through each day. If there are shoes in heaven, she has already amassed a closetful and she will easily be recognized by her smile, as well as by her feet that just won't stop dancing!
The family thanks all the doctors, nurses and health care providers who have cared for Marilyn through out her life. We also appreciate her employers and friends who made a difference in her life.
Marilyn is survived by her parents, Wayne and Bernice of the family home; siblings Sylvia (Clay) Christensen, Bellevue, WA; Steve (Tammy) San Jose, CA; Kathy (Mike) Bertasso, Auckland, New Zealand; Brent (Kathy), South Jordan, UT; Carol (Brad) Leatham, Provo UT; and twin sister Maurine (Larry) Akin, Powell, WY; numerous nieces, nephews, aunts, uncles and cousins.
Funeral services will be Friday, August 9, 2013 at 12:00 noon at the Winder West Stake Center located at 4555 So. 1200 E., Salt Lake City, Utah. Viewings will be Thursday, August 8, 2013 from 6:00 - 8:00 p.m. at Jenkins-Soffe Funeral Chapel, 4760 South State Street, Murray, Utah and also at the church from 10:30 - 11:30 a.m. prior to services. Interment: Elysian Burial Gardens.