Don and Joan Winn will celebrate 50 years of marriage on May 25, 2012. They met while they were students at Brigham Young University and were married in the Salt Lake Temple in 1962. Don was born in Pocatello and raised in Rexburg, and Joan was born in Salt Lake and raised in East Millcreek.
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.
Jessie L. Permar has completed the requirements for a Master of Social Work degree from the University of Pennsylvania’s, School of Social Policy and Practice. Graduation ceremonies will be held at UPenn’s, Philadelphia Campus, May 2012.
Bill and Gaylene Bateman of Morgan are pleased to announce the upcoming marriage of their daughter, Mollie Rose, to Joel David Steven Herrey, son of Per and Eva-Linda Herrey of Kungsbacka, Sweden. The marriage will take place on June 14 in the Denmark, Copenhagen LDS temple.
Travis Green of Morgan, and JoAnn Miller or Sandy will be married May 18, inManti. There will be a reception held at 10975 Prescott Dr. in Sandy onMay 19, from 6-8 p.m. There will also be an open house on May 31, from6-8 p.m., and June 2, from 6- 8 p.m. in our home at 398 W. YoungStreet. We would love to visit with you at either event.
Bryce M Smalley and Kelsie Packham are happy to announce their marriage on Saturday, April 28, 2012 in the Salt Lake City LDS Temple. Kelsie is the daughter of Stephanie and Trent Packham of Loveland Colorado, and Bryce is the son of Scott and Wendy Smalley of Mountain Green. The bride and groom both attend Utah State University. In the case of any oversight, all friends and family are invited to attend a celebration that evening at The Canterbury Place, 197 East 500 South Bountiful Utah between 6 - 8 p.m.
Clarence Dawson Nelson, 79, passed away on Sunday, April 22, 2012 at Lakeview Hospital. He was born on June 30, 1932 to Clarence Sherman and Florence Dawson Nelson in Ogden, Utah. Clarence graduated from Ogden High School. He moved to Morgan where he resided for 16 years before returning to Ogden where he has lived since.
Each year the Lt. Governor presents the Silver Bowl Award to volunteers for outstanding volunteer service. This year Mable Welsh received the Silver Bowl award. She was the only volunteer at the ceremony in Provo to receive a standing ovation and then a kiss on the forehead from the Lt. Governor.
Abby Jileen Boydstun and Nathan Reed Petersen will be married tomorrow, Saturday, April 21, 2012, in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints Draper Temple. A reception will follow from 7–9 p.m. at the Morgan Rock Church.
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.
Shaelee Renee Pentz and Garrett Steven Reden will be united in marriage on Saturday, April 14, 2012. A reception will be held after the ceremony at the Rock Church in Morgan. A reception will be held the following Saturday in Valley Center, Ca at the home of the groom’s parents.
(Ret.) Major William Carl “Bill” Johns reported for “Heavenly Duty” at 0245 hours, on Monday, 19 March 2012. Bill was born on 29 April 1935 in Carey, Idaho to Carl Emeris Johns and Louise Wilde Johns, and is the oldest of five children. Bill was a beloved elder brother to his siblings. From an early age he set an example with his strong work ethic, enthusiasm, and devotion to his Heavenly Father.
Elder Zaine Farris, Son of Jann and Wendy Farris, has been called to serve a LDS Mission in Tampico, Mexico. He will speak in the Morgan 8th Ward (Porterville Chapel) on Sunday March 18th at 9am; he enters the Mission Training Center on March 21st.
Gertrude Evelyn Koemel McEwen, age 86, passed away March 12, 2012 at the home of her daughter in Syracuse, surrounded by all her children. She was born January 18, 1926 in Robstown, Texas to Walter Adolph Koemel and Clara Wilhelmina Magdalena Steger Koemel. She married Earl James McEwen, December 2, 1944. Their marriage was later solemnized in the Salt Lake LDS Temple. She and Earl moved with their growing family from Texas to several places in Utah and Idaho settling in Ogden, Utah until moving to Mt. Green, Utah for retirement.
After a courageous battle with cancer, Sherie Porter Wright, 57, passed away peacefully in the loving arms of her sweetheart and surrounded by her loved ones on Saturday, March 10, 2012 at her home in Peterson, Utah.
William and Beverly Dahlquist will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary on March 14, 2012. They were married in Morgan on March 14, 1962. They have resided in Morgan for 47 of those 50 years. They have been actively involved in the local community. Many residents visited the Dahlquist home each year for Bill to prepare their income taxes. Bev delivered newspapers for 14 years in the County; and they owned and operated “Buzzys” and “The Country Café” on Commercial Street until its closing.
Bertie Ricks Smith, 83, passed away peacefully in her sleep at her home of 46 years on March 4, 2012. Bertie was born on November 6, 1928 to Arthur Warren Ricks and Gladys Jenette Huskinson of Sugar City, Idaho. She married William Lloyd Smith in the Idaho Falls Temple on June 23, 1950.
Richard Allen Sloan, 79, loving Husband, Father, Grandfather, Great Grandfather, Brother and friend passed away February 19, 2012 after struggling with Alzheimer and Parkinson disease for the last eight years.
Shirley was raised in Farmington and Kaysville by her parents, Albert and Virginia Udy Epperson. She attended Davis High School until her family moved to Morgan, where they owned and operated the Morgan County News and the Summit County Bee. After graduating from Morgan High School, Shirley attended the University of Utah where she majored in journalism and lived in the Alpha Phi Sorority House. Shirley had beautiful red hair and a personality to match. In 1954, she was crowned as Salt Lake City’s Miss Flame, a beauty pageant held exclusively for redheads.
Garrick Norman Richins son of Brett and Janny Richins, and Teisha Potter daughter of Randy and Nancy Potter, have chosen to be married for time and all eternity on February 16, 2012 in the Bountiful LDS Temple.
Bonnie June Davis Malan passed away quietly at her home on Febrary 7, 2012, after a valiant fight with liver cancer. She was born to Rulon R. and Polly Viola Rhoghaar Davis on June 3, 1931, in Ogden, UT. Polly passed away three years later, and Bonnie was raised by an aunt and uncle, Gladys and Reed Wight, in Ogden.
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.