Harold W. Orton will celebrate his 90th birthday. Friends and family may attend an open house in his honor from 2 to 4 p.m., March 29, 2014, at the Milton Chapel, 1255 N. Morgan Valley Drive, in Morgan. No gifts.
Bob Heiner and Lorraine Richins were born three weeks apart and were raised in neighboring communities. However, it took 40 years and mutual friends to bring them together after they both endured the untimely death of their high school sweethearts, Cammy Biesinger and Merl Chappell.
Afton turns 90 this Thursday! Afton Boyer Anderton was born April 17, 1924, in Coalville, Utah. She grew up in Hoytsville, attending North Summit schools. Her gentle and sweet nature earned her the nickname of “Sugar.” Many of her family and friends still today call her by this name! Despite her battle with polio as a teenager, Afton enjoyed a wonderful and happy childhood.
The Family Tree Assisted Living would like to invite the family and friends of Mary Williams, Betty Peterson and Clinton Raymond to celebrate their birthdays from 2 to 4 p.m. on Nov. 30 Family Tree Assisted Living 862 E. Mahogany Ridge Rd.
Meagan, Maycee, Levi and Mallarie are very excited to announce the birth of their new cute baby brother. Ryder Lee Durrant was born on Sept. 20, 2013, at 5:48 p.m. He weighed 7 lbs., was 19 ½ inches long and has lots of dark hair. Proud parents are Jason and Tana Durrant of Morgan. Grandparents are Craig and Marla Hyde and Mark and Eva Durrant of Morgan and Pat and Kay Roberts of Layton. Great grandparents are JoElla Francis and Joe and Norma Hyde.
The Family Tree Assisted Living would like to invite the family and friends of Betty Brown and Wilma Baglee to celebrate their birthdays from 2 to 4 p.m. on September 28 at Family Tree Assisted Living 862 E. Mahogany Ridge Rd.
Frank Lloyd Wilson will celebrate his 100th birthday on Sept. 28. Family and friends honored him with a party in Kaysville on Sept. 21. He will also be honored at 2 p.m. on Sept. 28 at the LDS pavilion on 4250 W. Cottonwood Canyon Drive, Mountain Green.
JoAnn Lovell Smith of Mountain Green, Utah, will celebrate her 80th birthday on Aug. 9 with a Brigham City Temple excursion and dinner at Maddox with her children and their spouses. There will also be an open house on the evening of Saturday, Aug. 10, from 7 to 9 p.m. in the Highlands meeting house located at 5378 W. Old Hwy Road. Friends and family are invited to attend. (No gifts, please.)
Lyman Verl Mecham is celebrating his 80th birthday. Verl was born July 26, 1933, in Milton, Utah. He is the 8th of 10 children born to Leland and Reta Mecham. In 1954 he married his high school sweetheart Deanna Waldron in the Salt Lake LDS temple. They have five children, all girls, Pamela (Mark) Huerta, Pauline, Sherrie (Mark) Rich, Sue (Stan) Stark and Melanie (Eric) Moore. They have 15 grandchildren and nine great grandchildren.
Emma Loo Bell will celebrate her 90th birthday Saturday, Jan. 22, 2013. Family and friends can share the day with her at an open house that day from 2 to 4 pm at the Field Street Church, LDS Ward, 240 S 300 W, Morgan, Utah.
Nedra Gledhill Tucker Allen will be celebrating her 90th birthday. Nedra was born April 17, 1923, in Boulder, Utah, to Sarah Jane Haws and Albert Franklin Gledhill. She spent her childhood in Bas, Wyom.
The Family Tree Assisted Living would like to invite the family and friends of Betty Heckman & Juanita Beasley, to celebrate their birthdays from 2 to 4 p.m. on March 23, at Family Tree Assisted Living 862 E. Mahogany Ridge Rd.
The Manning family would like to wish their father, grandfather and great-grandfather, Leland Manning, a very happy 80th birthday! To celebrate this milestone in Leland’s life, we are planning an open-house for friends and family at their home on Sunday, October 14 from 3- 5 p.m. Stop by and wish Leland a happy birthday and share some cake and ice cream.
LuDene Bowen Carter is celebrating her 80th birthday. She was born in Logan, Utah, on Sept. 8, 1932, to Asel and Elva Bowen. LuDene lived in Utah and Idaho as a child, but she has lived in Morgan most of her life.
Effie Johnson Rich is celebrating her 90th birthday. Effie was born July 15, 1922, in Driggs, Idaho. She is youngest of six children born to John James and Mary Edith Carruth Johnson. Her family moved from Driggs to Coalville, Utah, in 1927. They settled in Morgan, Utah in 1929 where John James ran the local dry-cleaning and tailoring shop. In 1947 she married her sweetheart Kent Rich in the Logan Temple. They have five children, 10 grandchildren, and 17 great grandchildren. She is lovingly known as “Grandma Happy.”
Darlene Newbold Little celebrated her 80th birthday with her family at a picnic in the Morgan City Park. The second of three girls, she was born July 1, 1932, to Henrietta and Orlon Newbold. She was raised in South Jordan and graduated from Jordan High School. Her favorite hobby as a child growing up was horses, where she could ride and perform standing up on her horse Babe. She was the Salt Lake County Rodeo Queen.
The Family Tree Assisted Living would like to invite the family and friends of Beth Richins, Louise Walker, Beth Turner, Rosella Compton, Donald Butters, and Grant Francis to celebrate their birthdays from 2 to 4 p.m. on June 30 Family Tree Assisted Living
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Jeanice Randall will celebrate her 80th birthday on May 29. A family picnic will be held in her honor May 28. She was born May 29, 1932 ,in Round Valley, Morgan, Utah, to Cecil and Harriet Tonks. She attended Morgan schools and has lived in Morgan all her life. She has one brother, Lorin C. Tonks of Milton, Utah. Jeanice married Homer F. Randall on December 11, 1953, in the Salt Lake LDS Temple. Homer died December 21, 1996.
Family Tree Assisted Living of Morgan would like to invite the families and friends of Wanda Hansen, Swede Hickman, Fern Carter, Loraine Smith and June Wilde to celebrate their birthdays with us on April 21st at 2-4 p.m.
Leonard Rulon Pearce celebrated his eightieth birthday on February the fifth. He was born and raised on the avenues in Salt Lake City, and is the oldest of five children born to Rulon C. and Grace Just Pearce.
Look on the bright side, there are several good reasons it’s great to be 50. You have less hair to comb, although you now have to trim your eyebrows, nose, and ears. You can multi task by leaving your teeth at the dentist and running errands at the same time. Fiber becomes the sixth food group, you discover stool softeners, and flatulence is excused.
Ralph S. Carter celebrated his 95th birthday at a family dinner this week. Ralph was born in Porterville, Morgan County, Utah on Aug. 27, 1917, to Levi Alfred and Clara P. Carter. He graduated from Morgan County schools. Ralph married Fern Porter on Dec. 13, 1939 in the Salt Lake LDS temple.