October 15, 2014
RAMONA J. BARRON
Ramona Ann Jones Barron, 68, passed away peacefully on Saturday, Oct. 11, 2014, at the Franklin County Transitional Care Unit in Preston. She was born on July 25, 1946, in Preston, to Mark Alloid and Mary Louise Willmore Jones.
Ramona was a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. She enjoyed handiwork and knitting for many years. She liked to go fishing and was a waitress for many years before moving to Preston.
She is survived by her son Gary Barron, of Preston; three grandchildren, Zachary, Zander, and Zoe; three brothers, Alford (Clareen) Jones, of Preston; Alvaro (Beverly) Jones, of Preston; Jon Troy (Kathy) Jones, of Hawaii; and a sister, Mary Lue (Delbert “Zip”) Chandler, of Rupert, Idaho. She is also survived by many nieces and nephews and other extended family. She was preceded in death by her parents; and two brothers, Thomas DeRece Jones and Gary Lee Jones.
Memorial services will be held on Thursday, Oct. 16, 2014, at 11 a.m. at Webb Funeral Home, 1005 S. 800 E. in Preston, with Bishop Jay McKenzie conducting. A visitation will be held from 10- 10:45 a.m. at the funeral home. Interment will be in the Preston Cemetery. Memories and condolences may be shared with the family at www. webbmortuary.com
MARVIN R. ARCHIBALD
DAYTON, IDAHO – A wonderful cowboy, Marvin Ray Archibald, 72, took his final ride over the mountains on Monday, Oct. 6, 2014, at the Franklin County Transitional Care Center in Preston, after a courageous battle with lung cancer. He was surrounded by his loving family. Marvin was born in Preston, on Nov. 15, 1941, to Ray and Areta Bebee Archibald.
Marvin’s greatest joys were his family and friends. Marv was an amazing water skier. He also loved snowmobiling, snow skiing and sitting around the campfire with all his friends and family. One of his favorite pastimes was sitting with his friends drinking coffee at the local coffee shop solving all the world’s problems. He was an accomplished leather worker, Dutch oven cook and horseman. Marv was at home on a horse in the mountains more than anywhere else. No matter where Marv was, there was always joy, laughing, teasing and fun.
In his younger years, Marv worked for Valley Paving then later owned his own cement business called Archibald Construction. He was a master of concrete and its various applications and was known for his exceptional work. He also drove truck with Dennis Cole at Cole Trucking and worked as a mechanic for Wade LaMont. In his later years he was a water master with the Mink Creek Irrigation Company where he spent many hours making sure that his water customers were taken care of. Along with that job came many cups of coffee. He retired from the irrigation company in 2010.
Marv is survived by his son, Victor Ray Archibald, of Las Vegas, Nev.; and his daughter, Marti Lin Archibald, of Idaho Falls, Idaho; his grandchildren, Ricki (Ron) Miller, Dillon Archibald, Mandie Horrocks, Danyelle Felde, Becki Felde; and his great-grandchildren, Alexis Ramirez and Jase Ramirez, Saij Archibald and Merci Horrocks. He is also survived by his sister, Caryol (Jerry) Tolman; and many nieces and nephews that will miss him very much. He also leaves behind his faithful horse, “Dudley.” He was preceded in death by his parents; his sister, Norma Whitney; brother, Gordon Archibald; and a good friend and soul mate, Vickie, of Tooele, Utah. And of course we can’t forget his many four-legged buddies that took him on his wonderful mountain rides.
Funeral services were held on Saturday, Oct. 11, 2014, at 11 a.m. at Webb Funeral Home, 1005 S. 800 E. in Preston. A viewing was held on Friday from 6-8 p.m. at Webb Funeral Home and Saturday from 9:30-10:30 a.m. also at the funeral home. Interment was in the Dayton Cemetery. Memories and condolences may be shared with the family at www. webbmortuary.com
The family would like to thank Dr. Ben-Jacob and his staff at the Cache Valley Cancer Center, the Franklin County Transitional Care Center and staff and Dr. David Beckstead and his staff as well as the many friends and family members that have helped Marvin through these last few years. Words cannot express our heart-felt thankfulness.
In lieu of flowers the family would like to ask that donations be made to the Cache Valley Cancer Center either directly or by donations to the Marvin Archibald Cancer Fund at US Bank.
October 8, 2014
MARVIN R. ARCHIBALD
DAYTON, IDAHO – Marvin Ray Archibald, 72, passed away peacefully with his family by his side on Monday, Oct. 6, 2014, in Preston. Funeral services will be held on Saturday, Oct. 11, 2014, at 11 a.m. at Webb Funeral Home, 1005 S. 800 E., in Preston. A viewing will be held on Friday from 6-8 p.m. at Webb Funeral Home and Saturday from 9:30-10:30 a.m. also at the funeral home. Interment will be in the Dayton Cemetery. Memories and condolences may be shared with the family at www.webbmortuary.com
LEIGH AUGER KNIGHTON
Dr. Leigh Auger Knighton, 68, lost her three and one-half year battle with cancer, Thursday, Oct. 2, 2014, at her home in West Valley City, Utah, with family members at her side.
Leigh was born in Preston on July 26, 1946, the first child of Bill and Deone Auger and had a happy childhood growing up on the farm with her two brothers and two sisters, Shari, Kevin, Tony and Kaye. She attended Central, Jefferson and Preston High schools graduating as an honor student in 1964.
At age 17, she and her father were invited to perform a ballroom dance number in Boise at the celebration of Idaho’s Centennial event.
Following her marriage to Michael Olsen of Weston, she worked as a bookkeeper for Peterson Tractor in Preston until Michael’s graduation from Utah State University when they moved to Salt Lake City and raised their three children, Kellie, Michael Todd and Dana Leigh. They divorced in 1979.
Leigh believed in challenging oneself to reach the highest potential and enrolled at the University of Utah, graduating magna cum laude with a BS degree in psychology. Following her marriage to Robert Salee, she continued her studies, eventually receiving a Doctor of Psychology degree, summa cum laude, and opened her practice in the Salt Lake area under the name of Dr. Leigh Maret. She and Robert divorced. She was also co-owner of an adoption service and helped to place newborn infants to good homes throughout the area.
With a special knack of collecting and decorating, her home was always inviting and welcome.
She loved to read, study and travel. She was an accomplished pianist and at the age of 14, was called to be the ward organist in her Preston LDS ward. In the Salt Lake area, she performed this service in two other wards.
In 1998, Leigh and Terry Knighton were married in Salt Lake City and adopted two children through the years. They moved to West Valley City where she continued her practice until forced to close it two years ago due to her health.
A celebration of life event was held May 30 at Wheeler Farm in Salt Lake City where family and friends enjoyed honoring and visiting with her.
At Leigh’s request, no service will be held. She is survived by her husband, Terry, and children, Haven and Ian, of West Valley City, Utah; Kellie (Jim) Egan of Salt Lake City, Utah; Michael Todd (Donna) Olsen of Minnetrista, Minnesota; and Dana Leigh (John) Lorence of Sandy, Utah; eight grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren. Also, her parents, Bill and Deone Auger, Preston; brothers and sisters, Shari (Daniel) Leavitt, Preston; Kevin (JoAnn) Auger, Woodland Hills, Utah; Tony (Tami) Auger, Ogden, Utah; and Kaye Auger of Pocatello, Idaho; along with many nieces and nephews, all who will miss her guidance and support.
The care shown by her LDS ward members, doctors and the many hospice personnel is greatly appreciated.
VENETA BODILY BURBANK
Veneta Bodily Burbank, was born Feb. 23, 1922, to Joseph Austin Bodily and Rhoda Maria Page. She grew up in Fairview, Idaho. Veneta passed away Oct. 2, 2014, in the family home in Cub River, Idaho.
At an early age, Veneta learned good work habits as she thinned beets with her mother. These work habits lasted her lifetime. She went to Fairview School for eight years. She was chosen in the seventh grade to be Health Queen and was captain of the school softball team.
Veneta met Alvaro G. Burbank at a dance she attended with her father. This dance lasted a lifetime. Veneta and Alvaro were married in the Logan LDS Temple on Nov. 24, 1936. They made their home in Cub River, Idaho.
Veneta prepared many meals in her 11 year career with the Preston School District followed by 10 years of cooking meals for the senior citizens in Franklin County. Veneta loved to dance, quilt, crochet, ride horses and spend time with her senior citizen friends. Veneta was an active member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. She served in every organization within the Church. She was pleased to serve an LDS mission in Washington D.C. and served in the Logan LDS Temple for many years.
Veneta is survived by her eight children, DeVere (LaRue) Burbank, Sharon Nelson, Lynn (Bonnie) Burbank, Kathryn Patton, Alan Dee (Joan) Burbank, Dan (Vondella) Burbank, Anneta (Layne) Sharples, and Lesa (Mark) Ricks. She is survived by brothers and sisters, Irene Bodily, Ronda Bodily, Morris Gregory and Earl (Lucille) Bodily. Veneta has left behind a large posterity of 51 grandchildren, 138 great-grandchildren and 26 great-great grandchildren. Veneta is preceded in death by her parents; her husband, Alvaro Burbank; sons-in-law, Ted Nelson and Charlie Patton; one grandson; two great-grandchildren; and two great-great-grandchildren. The following brothers and sisters also precede her in death, Ned Bodily, Emma (Ned) McCracken, Garth Bodily, Afton (Pete) Corbridge, Janece Gregory, Freda (Eddie) Buckles, and Josephine Bodily.
The family would like to give special thanks to Access Hospice for the love and care shown to their Mother.
Funeral services were held in the Mapleton LDS Church house on Tuesday, Oct. 7, 2014, at 11 a.m. Prior to the funeral there was a viewing from 9:30-10:30 a.m. There was also be a viewing at Webb Mortuary, 1005 S. 800 E., Preston, on Monday evening from 6-8 p.m. Burial was in the Mapleton Cemetery. Funeral services are under the direction of Webb Funeral Home. Memories and condolences may be shared with the family at www. webbmortuary.com
October 1, 2014
BONNIE DEE DRURY NEUENSWANDER
Bonnie Dee Drury Neuenswander, 78, of Maple Valley died peacefully Sunday, Sept. 21, 2014. Bonnie Dee was born Oct. 13, 1935, in Fairview, Idaho, in the home of her parent’s, Henry and LaVeda Drury. She was the seventh of nine children. She married her sweetheart, Lynn Webster Neuenswander, on Feb. 12, 1954, in the Logan LDS Temple. They were blessed with six children, Gary (Shelly), Sandra (Bryant) Johnson, Lynda (John) Connell, Karla (Thor) Bostrom, Brent (Mary), and Laura (Damon) Mitchell. They moved often with Lynn’s employment and in 1977 they settled in Kent, Wash., where they enjoyed the beautiful Northwest.
She was currently living in a lovely retirement community in Maple Valley. She loved to sing, play the piano, paint, do crossword puzzles and to support her children and grandchildren in their activities. She was an active member of the Daughters of Utah Pioneers and enjoyed doing family history. She was a wonderful letter writer and faithfully connected with those she loved through newsy letters.
Being a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints defined her life. She served in various callings in the Primary, as a Seminary teacher, Ward and Stake Young Women President, Relief Society President, Young Adult Advisor, choir director and chorister. She was also a worker in the Seattle LDS Temple and Family History Center. She served a full-time mission in Ventura, Calif., as the secretary in the mission office.
She is preceded in death by her husband, Lynn Neuenswander; her parents, Henry and LaVeda Drury; her brothers Vaughn, Darrell, Alden, Clair; and her sister, Thelma Allred.
She is survived by her brother, Ronald; and her sisters, Rama Griffith and Phyllis Bair; and her six children; 30 grandchildren; and seven great-grandchildren.
Bonnie’s funeral was held Saturday, Sept. 27, at 1 p.m., at the Kent LDS Chapel, 24419 94th Ave. S. in Kent, Wash., with a viewing starting at 11:30 a.m. The Interment was held Monday, Sept. 29, 2014, at 10:30 a.m. at Hillcrest Burial Park 1005 Reiten Rd. Kent, Wash. 98030.
“We were blessed.”
September 24, 2014
Juanita Harrison Beus, 88, passed away on Sept. 17, 2014, in Preston. She was born Aug. 28, 1926, in Anaconda, Mont., the daughter of William Charles and Zelma Nelson Harrison. She married Arnold Ray Beus on Dec. 23, 1947, in Pocatello, Idaho. He preceded her in death on Feb. 6, 2012.
She loved being a housewife. She enjoyed yard work and being in her yard. In her later years, she painted beautiful pillowcases.
She is survived by her daughter, Carol (Bill) Spackman of Treasureton, Idaho; by two sons, Gary (Wanda) Beus of Logan, Utah; Jeff (Penny) Beus of Payette, Idaho; by seven grandchildren and 11 great-grandchildren. She was also preceded in death by three sisters, Wilma, Bernice and Maxine.
A viewing will be held at Webb Funeral Home, 1005 S. 800 E., Preston, from 9-10:30 a.m. on Sept. 24, 2014.
Graveside dedication services will be held on Wednesday, Sept. 24, 2014, at 11 a.m. in the Weston Idaho Cemetery. Memories and condolences may be shared with the family at www. webbmortuary.com
Our mother and grandmother, Lorraine Povey Taylor, of Cove, Utah, passed away peacefully Sept. 12, 2014, at Sunrise Park Assisted Living in Lewiston, Utah, following a brief illness.
Lorraine, the oldest of six children, was born on June 13, 1924, in Weston, Idaho, to Arthur and Martha Fredrickson Povey. Her dad was a farmer and had wanted his first child to be a boy, but when Lorraine came along she became his helper. At the age of 12 she hoed, thinned and topped beets. She also worked in the hay by tromping the wagonloads of hay and then she drove the derrick horse to unload the hay wagons. She also helped irrigate the row crops. She learned to work hard, but also had fun and enjoyed life on the farm.
Lorraine graduated from Clifton High School in 1941 and attended Idaho State University for a few months until the beginning of World War II.
On June 29, 1942, she married Donald L. Taylor and moved to the Taylor family ranch in Stockton, Idaho. In 1944, Don was drafted into the army. They had one 18-month old toddler and were expecting their second child, so Lorraine and her son moved back to Clifton to live with her parents. Don got home from basic training just in time to take Lorraine home from the hospital after the birth of their second son. He was home ten days before reporting to Fort Ord to embark for the Philippines. After the war, Don and Lorraine lived in Clifton for two more years. In 1949 they bought a home in Preston. During the school year, they lived in Preston and returned to Stockton during the summer months. In 1957, they sold the ranch, the home in Preston and bought the farm in Cove where she has resided until the last four-and-a-half months when, because of her illness, she moved into Sunrise Park.
Lorraine was an excellent seamstress. She started making her own dresses in high school and continued to sew her own clothes and those of her children throughout the years. She will always be famous for her delicious sourdough pancakes and homemade chokecherry syrup.
In 1972, Lorraine went to work in Preston at First Bank and Trust. It was work she enjoyed and she made many friends. She retired in 1986. In 1982, Don and Lorraine purchased a vacation home in Spencer, Idaho. They had many good times at Spencer, riding their ATVs over the forest country in the summer and their snowmobiles in the winter.
Lorraine has been active in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. She has served as Relief Society president, Primary president and many other callings throughout her life. Even though her husband passed away in 2005 and her eyesight created many physical limitations for her, she maintained a positive attitude and was an inspiration to everyone she associated with. She never complained and truly loved the simple things of life.
Lorraine’s oldest son, D. Brent (Cindy) Taylor, preceded her in death in 2012. She is survived by her two other sons, Lynn W. Taylor, Athol, Idaho; Curtis G. (Mary) Taylor, Heber City, Utah; and her daughter, Darlene (Jon) White, Cove, Utah; 17 grandchildren; 53 great-grandchildren; and four great-great-grandchildren.
She is also survived by her sisters, Carma (Sylvan) Morgan, Pocatello, Idaho; Dorothy (Zed) Griffiths, Ovid, Idaho; sisters-in-law, Eloise Povey, American Falls, Idaho; Lorraine Povey, Clifton, Idaho; and one brother, Eldon (Barbara) Povey, St. George, Utah. She was preceded in death by her parents, husband, son, and brothers, Grant and Leonard.
We would like to say thank you to family and friends who gave of their time to visit with mother. We express our thanks and gratitude to the management and staff at Sunrise Park for the loving help and concern they showed to our mother and to us. The residents, also, at Sunrise Park became special friends. Rocky Mountain Hospice made the last of her mortal journey comfortable; we thank them, also, for their compassion and care.
Funeral services were held Saturday, Sept. 20, at noon in the Cove LDS Church, 12832 N. 1200 E., Cove, Utah. A viewing was held prior to the services from 10- 11:30 a.m. Funeral services were under the direction of Webb Funeral Home. Interment was at the Richmond Cemetery. Memories and condolences may be shared with the family at www. webbmortuary.com
In Preston, Idaho, on Wednesday, Sept. 17, Lee Evelyn Evans Allen went home to be with her family and friends who have gone before. She was born on Nov. 4, 1937, in San Francisco, Calif., to Fern Eileen Wade and David Lee Evans, who unfortunately passed away prior to her birth.
Lee was raised in San Francisco and in July of 1955 married Edward Deming. They had a daughter whom she raised on her own after a divorce. She worked hard and made a great life for her daughter.
In 1976 she met Jim Allen and they were married in Sacramento, Calif., on Oct. 13, 1979. When they married she became stepmother to four more children. Lee was a member of Mensa and worked at Sacramento County until her retirement in 2005.
She moved to Preston in 2008 and was a member of the Women’s Auxiliary, which she loved.
She loved to play cribbage and scrabble and was in several cribbage tournaments. She loved the ocean, mountains, waterfalls, mountain lions and rainbows. One of her favorite sayings was “Live well, Laugh often, Love much” and anyone who knew her will know that she truly lived her life that way. She was a wonderful wife, mother, grandmother and great-grandmother. She will be greatly missed by all.
Lee was preceded in death by her parents; her sister, Joan Kleczka; and her son, Kenneth Allen.
She is survived by her husband, Jim Allen; daughters, Catherine Deming-Allen, Patty Allen-Carlon, and Tammy Cameron; son, Phillip Allen; sister and brother-in-law, Scott and Barbara Eichhorst; granddaughters, Shalyn Compean, Valerie Schatz, Susan Baker, Leah Cameron- Correa, Splaressa Needham; grandsons, Timothy Wilson, Christopher Baker, Matthew Orpesa, Garreth Allen, Jon Allen; and 14 great-grandchildren.
A visitation will be held at Webb Funeral Home, 1005 S. 800 E., Preston, on Thursday, Sept. 25, 2014, from 11 a.m.-1 p.m. Afterward there will be a gathering for friends and family from 2-5 p.m. at 103 S. 3rd E., Preston.
Special thanks go out to the staff at Franklin County Medical Center Transitional Care Unit, for the care and compassion that you showed Mom. It was appreciated more than you will ever know. Memories and condolences may be shared with the family at www. webbmortuary.com
Dwayne Noble Monson aka “Papa Goofy” of Preston, passed away on Tuesday, Sept. 16, 2014, due to injuries sustained in a motorcycle accident the previous week. He was born Oct. 21, 1960, in Pasadena, Calif., to Reed Stanley and Dorothy Ann Phelps Monson.
He was preceded in death by his parents, and by a sister, Denise Monson. He is survived by his children, Sarah Andrea Monson of Logan, Utah; Daniel William (Maurie) Monson of Preston; Nicole Avery of Colorado; by a brother, David Monson of Idaho Falls, Idaho; and by two sisters, Darlene Horwith of Idaho Falls, Idaho, and Jeana Kromer of Pennsylvania. He is the grandfather of eight grandchildren – the same kids who coined him “Papa Goofy.”
Family and friends were the most important thing in the world to him. He loved nothing more than putting smiles on people’s faces – whether he knew them or not. Rock n’ Roll was his passion along with the freedom and peace he felt taking rides on his motorcycle. What made him the happiest was being able to see his kids shine through his example, grow up and succeed. We love you Dad. “Rock Steady.”
Funeral services were be held on Tuesday, Sept. 23, 2014, at 2 p.m. in the Fairview Idaho First Ward Chapel, 165 W. 4800 S., Preston, with Bishop Kip Rawlings conducting. Friends called Tuesday from 1-1:45 p.m. at the church. Interment was in the Clifton, Idaho, Cemetery. Memories and condolences may be shared with the family at www. webbmortuary.com
Val Layne Buttars, 83, passed away from natural causes on Sept. 15, 2014, and spent his last days surrounded by his family and loved ones. He was born Sept. 27, 1930, in Lewiston, Utah, to Orson Morris and Elva Layne Buttars.
He spent his early days on the farm in Lewiston and later joined the Armed Forces, being honorably discharged. On March 7, 1955, he married the love of his life, Etta Mae Carpenter. With this marriage she brought two children, and later they were blessed with two boys and three girls.
Val worked in road construction for Parson’s for 35 years, retiring in 1992. He loved going fishing and camping and having cookouts with his family. He had a love for country music and loved dancing with his beautiful wife of 59 years. One of his most favorite songs was from Charlie Rich: “Did You Happen To See The Most Beautiful Girl In The World – Tell Her I Love Her.”
He was a wonderful husband, father and grandfather, and he will be greatly missed. He was preceded in death by his parents, by three brothers, by two sons, Terry and Todd; by a son-in-law, Barry Sohn; and a granddaughter, Patty Rogers Yoeman. He is survived by his wife, Etta Mae Buttars; by his children, David (Sheryal) Nelson; Kathy (Steve) Andrew; Alana Buttars; Denise Sohn (Wayne); Julie (Jeff) Olsen, Joyce Buttars; and by 18 grandchildren, 26 great-grandchildren and three great-great grandchildren.
Funeral services were held Sept. 20, 2014, at the Preston South Stake Center. Interment at Preston Cemetery and met with a military honor service.
Family would like to thank Thelma Roley for the home care she provided dad; Dr. David Beckstead, Franklin County Medical Center staff, as well as the staff at the Franklin County Transitional Care Unit, Webb Funeral Home and the Preston Second Ward Relief Society. Thank you to all our families, many friends and neighbors for all the prayers, kind words, thoughts, support and beautiful flowers.
Dad, you will be forever in our hearts.
SHELLEY JENKINS JOHNSON
Shelley Jenkins Johnson, 64, of Rexburg, Idaho, passed away Sept. 20, 2014, surrounded by her loving husband and children at Madison Memorial Hospital in Rexburg. She was born June 28, 1950, at the Mckee Maternity Home in Rigby, Idaho. She was the oldest of seven children born to Frank and LoRene (Ricks) Jenkins. She grew up in Rexburg, Idaho, where she attended Madison High School. She was very active in sports all through grade school and in to college. She was a fierce competitor and had many trophies to show for her accomplishments.
Shelley attended Ricks College and received her Associate’s degree and then continued her education at BYU where she received her Bachelor of science degree in physical education and a minor in history. Shelley made the National Dean’s List. She had a love of learning and teaching and continued learning until she was certified to teach every subject but math, which was a foreign language to her.
While attending Ricks College, she was a part of the synchronized swim team and it was at registration where Shelley met Frank and fell in love. They married in the Idaho Falls LDS Temple and they celebrated their 42nd wedding anniversary this year. Together they were blessed with six children, Shane, Brandelyne, Jared (deceased), Jessica, Erik and Judd. They have also been blessed with four beautiful grandchildren, Jason, Kayden, Kyrie and Ian; and two great-grandchildren, Haylee and Austyn. She loved being a wife, mother and grandmother. Family was very important to Shelley and she loved to talk about them to anyone who would listen. They were her pride and joy and it showed in her everyday life.
As a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, she gave many hours of service in various callings. She served in the Scouting program, nursery, Primary, Relief Society, Sunday School and as a gospel doctrine teacher. She was always helping those in need and was always giving of her time and talents. She always had food and desserts ready to be taking to someone or even a box of chocolates to brighten someone’s day.
Shelley’s other passion in life was teaching. She was excellent at what she did and touched many of her students’ lives. Shelley had taught for a total of 26 years. She started her career at Madison Junior High and then took a break to raise her family and resumed teaching at the Youth Services Center in Saint Anthony, Idaho. From there she went to the junior high at Sugar Salem school district for a short time and moved to the high school. While at Sugar Salem High School she became well known for the throwing of her “shoe.” From there she started Valley View Alternative School for Sugar Salem and taught there for nine years. She developed a lasting relationship with many of her students and made sure each one felt important. She always called them her kids. Shelley spoke at her students’ graduation this last year and received a standing ovation. She was also featured this year in “Our Town” by The Standard Journal.
One of Shelley’s hobbies was cooking. She loved to cook. With her husband, they attended and participated in many Dutch oven cook offs where she created her own recipes. One year they took fourth in the nation at The National Dutch Oven Cook Off. She created many cookbooks for her family to enjoy and published a Dutch Oven Cookbook. She also enjoyed spending time with her family by playing games, fishing and camping.
She is survived by her husband, Frank Jensen Johnson; five of her six children, Shane (Jodi) Johnson, Brandelyne (Brian) Lewis, Jessica Johnson, Erik (Dana) Johnson, and Judd (Megan) Johnson. She is also survived by her four grandchildren, two great-grandchildren, five sisters and two brothers. She is preceded in death by her son, Jared Johnson; and her parents, Frank and LoRene Jenkins.
Funeral Services will be held at 11 a.m., Friday, Sept. 26, 2014, at the Henry’s Fork Stake Center. The family will receive friends, family, and students, Thursday, Sept. 25, from 5:30-7 p.m. at Flamm Funeral Home and Friday from 10-10:45 a.m. prior to services at the stake center. Interment will be at the Sutton Cemetery. Services are under the direction of Flamm Funeral Home. Condolences may be sent online to www.flammfh. com
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