Congratulations to Nate Buchanan who has earned his Eagle Scout award. Nate will be receiving his award at an Eagle Court of Honor on Sunday, November 20th, at 5:00 p.m. at the Porterville church. Nate’s Eagle Project was 72 hours hygiene kits for the Morgan Fire Department to give to our community in case they are unable to return to their homes due to fire, flood, or other disasters.
Jessica Marie Barney and Matthew Stephen Clark will be married in the Manti LDS Temple this Friday, November 18th, 2011. There will be a reception held in their honor that evening from 7:00-9:00 pm in the Young Single Adult Ward in Richfield.
Our loving, father, grandfather, great grandfather, and great-great grandfather passed to the other side of the veil to be with his sweetheart. Laurel Dean Rock passed away on November 12, 2011 from causes incident to age. Dean was born May 6, 1921, to Laurel and Leatha Phillips Rock in Morgan, Utah. He graduated from Morgan High School and LDS Seminary in 1940.
Jessica T. Little, daughter of Darwin and Tami Little, has been called to serve in the West Virginia Charleston mission for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Jessica will speak at the Morgan Stake Center (355 N 700 E) on Sunday, Nov. 13 at 11 a.m. She enters the MTC on Nov. 16.
Nicholas James Carter and Heather Nicole Holman have chosen to be married on November 11, 2011 in the Bountiful Temple for time and all Eternity. Nick is a graduate from Morgan High. He served a full time mission in Dominican Republic and is currently attending Utah State. Heather is a graduate from Morgan High School as well and also attends Utah State, pursuing a degree in Speech Therapy. In case of an oversight please join us for the reception held at the olde rock church in Morgan Utah, 11 W. Young Street, at 6:00 pm. Nicholas is the son of Jeff and Georgene Carter, and Heather is the daughter of Sherry Holman and Chad & Stacey Holman.
Edna Jaques Little of Morgan, will celebrate her 85th birthday on Sunday, Nov. 20. Family and friends are cordially invited to attend an open house in her honor, on Saturday, Nov. 19, from 2-4 p.m., at the Morgan LDS Field Street Chapel, 240 S. Field Street, Morgan.
Once upon a time, Shane Carl York and Elisabeth Petersen crossed paths in the old Milton Church primary room. The event sparked a glorious and beautiful relationship. We are now excited to announce our upcoming wedding in the Salt Lake Temple on Saturday the 5th of November 2011.
Bridgette Suzanne Nielson, born on October 18, 2011, returned to her Heavenly Father on October 29, 2011. She was born and passed away at the University of Virginia Children’s Hospital in Charlottesville, Virginia. Bridgette is the daughter of Adam Heath and Stacy Carrigan Nielson of Williamsburg, Virginia. She has one sister, Andalyn Rose and two brothers, Myles Adam and Tucker Little; grandparents Dan and Tawna Nielson, Clearfield, UT; Steve and Suzanne Carrigan, Morgan, UT; great-grandparents Darrell and Luie Nielson, Kearns, UT; Ruby Carrigan, Morgan, UT; Fern Clarke Norton, Roy, UT; and great-great-aunt June Little, Morgan, UT and many aunts, uncles, and cousins.
Our sweet mom passed away October 26, 2011 at the Family Tree Assisted Living in Morgan. She was born October 5, 1924, to Juston Peter and Isabell Robinson Allred in Osgood, Idaho. She grew up in Osgood, graduating from Ammon High School in Idaho Falls. After graduation, her family moved to Utah, settling in Liberty where she met her husband, Vernon J. Shaw. They were married October 24, 1943, in Harrisville and later sealed in the Salt Lake Temple.
Vivian Dot Grover was born on November 4, 1921 in a small town by Victor, Id to James and Lottie Grover. She was the 7th of ten children, 6 boys and 4 girls. Her family moved to Morgan in time for her to attend 4th grade.
When the challenges of life face us, it is so important to not forget the Lord in your life. This was the desire of our wife, mother, daughter, sister, and friend. Natalie Walker Garritson left this life suddenly on October 16, 2011 at age 37. She was surrounded by her loving family and greeted by them as well.
BAGHDAD, Iraq—It’s not every day family members deploy together to Iraq. It’s not every day family members get to see each other while deployed together in Iraq. And it’s not every day an uncle gets to extend his nephew into the Army while deployed together in Iraq.
Bessie Woodward Monson was reunited with her eternal sweetheart on Sunday, October 9, 2011, 18 days before her 90th birthday. She was born October 27, 1921 in Lewiston, Utah, to James Leon Woodward and Saphrona Purnell Woodward.
Donald J. Anderton was born July 20th, 1923 in Henefer, Summit County, Utah to John Fredrick and Cheltina Elizabeth Jones Anderton. He died on October 4, 2011 at his home in Morgan, Utah surrounded by his family.
Frank Martin Anderson celebrated his 80th Birthday at a family party on Friday. He was born 7 Oct. 1931 to Wesley V. Anderson and Helen Brown Anderson in Ogden and has been a life-long resident of Milton.
He was awarded the “Elementary School Medallion” as the outstanding student at age 12. He graduated from Morgan High School and was chosen to attend Boys’ State in 1949.
William Donald Welsh passed away peacefully in Kaysville, UT on Sunday, March 18, 2012, after a brief illness, just days short of his 88th birthday. Known by friends and family as Donald, he was born March 28, 1924 in Morgan, UT to Acy and Elizabeth Spendlove Welsh, the seventh of eight children. He was always proud to tell people he had been born in a log cabin.
The Family Tree Assisted Living would like to invite the family and friends of Albert Law, Tori Roseman, and Wilma Bagnell to celebrate their Birthdays on Sept. 24th at 2 p.m. at The Family Tree, 862 E. Mohogany Ridge Rd., Morgan.
Clifford Leon Whetten left this mortal existence on September 11, 2011 surrounded by his loving family. His passing was sudden yet sweet, due to complications from pancreatic cancer. At the time of his diagnosis, Clifford was serving as the MTC President for the LDS Church in Lima, Peru.
Hetty Marjorie Pentz Smith, passed away on September 5, 2011, surrounded by her family, on the farm she and her husband worked for over fifty-eight years. Marjorie was born on September 4, 1925, in Stoddard, Utah to Jacob and Ruby Pentz. She grew up in Morgan, Utah, where she graduated from LDS Seminary and Morgan High School in 1943. Marjorie loved riding horses on their family farm, which eventually led to participation in the county fair rodeos, where she enjoyed riding bucking broncs and bareback. She often won the competitions, earning prizes including a saddle and bridle. She even attempted to ride a bull once in the Ogden Pioneer Days Rodeo, which led to a broken collar bone. She also enjoyed riding her pinto horse in parades, where they performed tricks for the crowd. She worked in the office of the Arsenal and at the Military base in Ogden, UT, and then began work at IBM. She married Eldon Smith in Coalville, Utah on April 4, 1947 and they were later sealed together for eternity in the Cardston Alberta Temple.
Our loving husband, father, grandfather, and brother, Earl J Banner, age 74, passed peacefully away on Thursday September 1st. He was born on May 14, 1937 in Declo, Idaho to Clarence LeRoy and Olevia Hymas Banner. He learned many lessons and skills that carried him through the rest of his life working beside his father and brothers on the family farm. After graduating from Declo High School he attended University of Idaho before serving a LDS mission to Samoa, where he learned to love the Polynesian people. He attended Brigham Young University and met his sweetheart, Nyla Wilcock. They were sealed for eternity on June 14, 1962 in the Salt Lake Temple.
Keira and Kate are excited to announce the marriage of their mom, Jamie, to Ben. They were married on Sept. 1, 2011. A lovely garden reception was held at the Blomquist home following the wedding. Jamie is the daughter of Scott and Kathy Rees of Morgan. Ben is the son of Dave and Pam Blomquist of Morgan. Jamie and Ben, Kate and Keira will begin their new family life in Morgan.
Raymond Keith Larson passed away peacefully at home on August 24, 2011 after a short battle with cancer. Keith was born on April 19, 1931 in Morgan Utah to Raymond Parley and Ann Giles Larson. He graduated from Morgan High School, and attended Weber State College and later graduated from Brigham Young University with a Bachelor of Science and Masters degree in Education. He served in the Northwestern States Mission for the LDS Church. After his mission he joined the Air Force and served in Japan as an Instrument Panel Instructor for 3 years. He met his sweetheart and eternal companion, Nora Howard at BYU. They were married in the Salt Lake Temple on September 7, 1960. Together they have 9 children 32 grandchildren, and 3 great grandchildren. He taught Math and Science at Pleasant Grove High School and was also a counselor. He returned to teaching math at Orem Jr. High. He served as an ordinance worker in the Mt. Timpanogos temple. Keith and Nora together served in the Pennsylvania Philadelphia Mission for the LDS Church.
Alec Deru, son of Scott and Teresa Deru, has received his mission call to the New Jersey Morristown Mission. He will speak in the Cottonwood Creek Ward Sacrament Meeting on Sunday, August 28, 2011 at 10:50 a.m. at the Highlands Chapel (5378 W. Old Highway Road, Mountain Green, Utah).
Jayne Smalley and McKay Weaver are happy to announce their marriage on Saturday, September 3, 2011 in the Bountiful LDS Temple. Jayne is the daughter of Scott and Wendy Smalley of Mountain Green, McKay is the son of Randy and Nina Weaver of Centerville. The bride and groom are both graduates of Utah State University. In the case of any oversight, all friends and family are invited to attend a celebration that evening at Snow Basin in Earl’s Lodge between 6 :00 and 8:00 pm.
Elder Justin Matthew Heiner has been called to serve in the Washington Tacoma mission for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. He will be speaking at the Porterville Meetinghouse (2700 S. Morgan Valley Drive) on Sunday, August 21, 2011 at 10am.