Archive for the ‘Obituaries’ Category

Wednesday, December 3rd, 2014

HowardBecksteadHoward Beckstead

1937 – 2014

Redmond, Utah – Barde Howard Beckstead, age 77, of Redmond, died November 24, 2014 in Draper, Utah. He was born February 16, 1937 in Bluffdale, Utah, a son of Issac Harold and Sarah Edna Turner Beckstead. He graduated from MurrayHigh School, Class of 1955.

He married Karen Marie Anderson, May 20, 1994 in Kearns, Utah.

Howard was an active member of the LDSChurch, serving as a Temple Ordinance Worker and various other church assignments.

He enjoyed fishing, camping and traveling around, visiting the surrounding towns and country side.

Howard is survived by his wife, Karen, of Redmond; a sister, Rea B. Boatright of Mesquite, Nevada; and a brother, Charles Kent Beckstead of St. George.

He was preceded in death by his parents; three sisters and three brothers: June B. Dansie; Cleo Jean Vanderpool; Luanne B. Sharp; Harold Turner Beckstead; Alyn Dee Beckstead and Robert William Beckstead.

Funeral services will be held Saturday, December 6, 2014 at 11:00 A.M. in the Redmond 1st LDS Ward Chapel, where friends may call for viewing Saturday morning from 9:30 to 10:30 prior to the services.

Burial will be in the RedmondCityCemetery under the care of the Springer Turner Funeral Home of Richfield and Salina, Utah.

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Wednesday, December 3rd, 2014

Sorensen.VergalVergal Sorensen

Aurora, Utah

Our beloved husband, father, brother, friend, and grumpy, Vergal Clifton Sorensen, 53, returned to his Heavenly Father on November 28, 2014 in Aurora. He was born February 21, 1961 in Murray, Utah to Jerald and Mabel “Mickey” Spetsas Sorensen. He was an alumnus of NorthSevierHigh School. He was called and served an LDS mission in Stockholm, Sweden. He married the love of his life, Lillie “Joey” Berry, on March 22, 1985 in Midvale, and later resided in Aurora. Their marriage was solemnized in the MantiLDSTemple on September 20, 2003.

Vergal touched the souls of many people during his life. His love for his family and friends couldn’t be doubted. He had a deep love for his grandbabies and always had a playful spirit with them. He was a hardworking man who was always willing to help with projects that needed to be done.

Vergal had a great love for the outdoors: hunting, fishing, camping and hiking. He was admired for his garden and the salsa he made from his crops. He was a child at heart and had the power to heighten anyone’s mood. His sarcasm and quick-witted words is something to remember. There was never a time when he didn’t leave you in higher spirits and with a smile on your face. His patience was unceasing and his willingness to teach was incredible. The little things he did to show his love will forever remain in our hearts.

Vergal is survived by his wife of 29 years, Joey; children: Sammi (Brandon) Simpson, Joshua, Jesse, and Lexie; 4 spirited grandbabies: Ashlyn, Makaela, Laine, and Raegan Simpson; mother: Mabel; siblings: Matt (Krista), Terry (Glenn) Ingersoll, Russell (Connie), Cozette, and Ben. Also, many nieces and nephews. He is preceded in death by his father, Jerald.

Funeral Services will be held Thursday, December 4, 2014 at 12:00 Noon in the Aurora 2nd Ward Chapel where friends may call Wednesday from 6-8 p.m. and Thursday from 10:30 to 11:30 a.m. Burial will be in the Salina Eastside Cemetery. Funeral Directors: Magleby Mortuary, Richfield, Salina and Manti. Online guestbook at


Wednesday, November 19th, 2014

J. Darwin Colby

DarwinColby1/8/16 – 11/12/14

Orangevale, California/Salina, Utah – Our beloved father, grandfather, great-grandfather, uncle, cousin and friend, Joseph Darwin Colby, 98, passed away peacefully, November 12, 2014 in Carmichael, California, after enduring failing health the last couple of years. Darwin was born January 8, 1916 to LeRoy and Sarah Elizabeth Crane Colby in Salina, Utah, where he grew up. He attended SalinaHigh School where he enjoyed playing basketball.

Darwin started his young, adult life working at the Hoover Dam (formerly Boulder Dam) project from 1931 through 1935. Darwin was the youngest man hired at 15 ½ years old and was officially the last surviving worker from the project. In December 1935, he enlisted in the Navy and served honorably with a discharge rating of Fireman 1st Class. Shortly after that time, he worked in the ship yards of Alameda / OaklandCalifornia during World War II.

After the war, Darwin moved back to Utah and while living and working in a drug store and for a mortuary in Salt Lake City, he met and married Alice Laura (Guild) Colby of Salt Lake City in her parent’s home on October 6, 1942. Darwin and Alice started their lives together by moving back to California where he spent a short time at HealdEngineeringSchool in San Francisco, but found a stronger desire to work the mortuary business. After completing embalming school, he and his wife, moved to Stockton, California to begin his career at B. C. Wallace Funeral Home. Their first child, Dara Lee, was a still born in 1945. A few years later he entered his successful real estate career in Stockton, building J. Darwin Colby Real Estate Company. A daughter, Cathleen, was born in 1947 and a son, Joseph (Joe) Darwin, Jr. was born in 1952. In 1955 he earned his private pilot’s license and purchase a Cessna air plane. He enjoyed flying to Mexico to do sail fishing and to Wyoming to go Elk hunting. He and Alice divorced in 1956.

In 1966 he married Jenny Neomia Mitchell and soon acquired 40 acres of land in Modesto, California and grew rice. He had a fond love of the farming life. A good day on the farm was when he was in his air conditioned Kabota tractor or running the combine at harvest. After Jenny’s death in 1989, Darwin met and married Wana Jean Walker and lived in Orangevale, California. She died in 2007.

Darwin enjoyed traveling back to Utah for the opening of deer season and hunted in SalinaCanyon most every year after moving to California. He could also be found at FishLake at the opening of fishing season each year until his health prevented him from traveling. Some of Darwin’s greatest delights were having family around and sharing stories both old and new; deep sea fishing and fishing at Lake Tahoe. Although he lived and worked in California, his heart was still in Salina and Utah. It was a great delight to him to be able to assist the Salina Fire Dept in the purchase of a water truck and other much needed equipment for the new fire house.

Darwin was preceded in death by his parents and infant daughter, Dara Lee as well as his siblings, June (Colby) Monroe, Vee Colby, Donald Bryant Colby, Lillian Burnell (Colby) Miner, Therresa (Colby) Rasmussen, Murvin LeRoy Colby, and Gerald Charles Colby.

He is survived by his daughter, Cathleen Leonard (Travis) of Woodbridge, California, Joseph Darwin Colby, Jr. (Ami), Burelson, Texas, step-children Ron Walker, Roy Walker, Wesley Walker, Delvin Walker; grandchildren: Christopher Lee Swank (Michelle), Hilary Noelle Zumbrennen (George), Elizabeth Agothy Rodgers (Jesse); great-grandchildren: Christopher Lee Swank Jr, Sterling Robert Swank, Nathaniel Curtis Swank, Chandler Colby Swank, and Ashley Nicole Swank, Stephanie Zumbrennen, Ian Zumbrennen, Jackson Frederic Rodgers; 7 step-grandchildren and 6 step-great-grandchildren; numerous nieces and nephews; a sister-in-law: Vonda Colby of Richfield.

He will be fondly remembered and greatly missed by all family and friends.

Grave side services will be held Saturday, November 22, 2014 at 12 Noon at the SalinaEastsideCemetery. Friends may visit with the family at the SalinaFireDepartmentBuilding, 40 North 100 West in Salina, Saturday morning from 10:30 to 11:30 prior to the services.

Burial with military honors accorded by the Salina American Legion Post #36 and the Utah Honor Guard will be in the EastsideCemetery under the care of the Springer Turner Funeral Home of Richfield and Salina, Utah.

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Wednesday, November 19th, 2014

KevinEHamptonKevin E. Hampton

1964 – 2014

Redmond, Utah – Our wonderful loving husband, father, grandfather, son, brother, uncle and friend, Kevin Elgin Hampton, age 50, of Redmond, passed away peacefully in his home in Redmond, surrounded by his family, who adored him, after a valiant battle with cancer.

Kevin was born June 27, 1964 in Gunnison, Utah, a son of Merrill C. and Fay Bouvang Hampton. He graduated from NorthSevierHigh School, Class of 1982. He attended UtahStateUniversity in the Dairy Herdsman Program for 1 year.

Kevin married his best friend and the love of his life, Nancy Rich, May 9, 1986 in the LoganLDSTemple. They were blessed with five wonderful children and six grandchildren, who were the light of his life. Nothing meant more to him than his children and grandchildren and supporting them in their activities.

Kevin was a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. He served a mission in the Philippines and had a great love for the people there. He had many callings in the church, including Scoutmaster, Young Men’s President, High Council Member and was currently serving as the Bishop of the Redmond 2nd LDS Ward. His heart was filled with love for those he served.

Kevin spent his life working with family in their farming business, Hampton Farming and Livestock. Kevin was lucky enough to spend his time farming and ranching with the family he loved. He always felt so blessed to be able to have his children and other family members spending time together as they milked cows, put up crops and gathered cows off the mountain. Some of his favorite things to do with family were hunting, fishing and riding horses together.

Kevin was a peacemaker and always thought of others before himself. He had many friendships he cherished. He considered the gospel, family and friends the most important things in his life. He was a great example to all who knew him.

He made many lasting friendships through his fight with cancer. He always saw the blessings he received through the people he met. He was optimistic, encouraging to others, and deeply cared about the friends he made.

The family wishes to thank the many doctors and nurses who took care of him, the community that rallied to support him, and the encouragement and love shown to him by everyone.

Kevin is survived by his loving wife, Nancy, of Redmond; children: Tyler and Amie Hampton of Redmond; Megan and Jesse Shetler of Park City; Marlee Hampton, Trent Hampton and Lance Hampton, all of Redmond; 6 grandchildren: Levi, Kolton, Jace, Leighton, Taylor and Sabrina; his parents, Merrill and Fay Hampton of Redmond; brother and sisters: Keith and Patsy Hampton, Terri Lyn and Burke Williams, all of Redmond; Cynthia and Marlin Mason of Ephraim; and his mother-in-law: Gail Rich of St. Charles, Idaho.

He was preceded in death by his father-in-law: Glenn Rich.

Funeral services will be held Monday, November 10, 2014 at 12 Noon in the Redmond 2nd LDS Ward Chapel, where friends may call for viewing Sunday evening from 6 to 8 P.M. or Monday morning from 10:00 to 11:30 prior to the services.

Burial will be in the RedmondCityCemetery under the care of the Springer Turner Funeral Home of Richfield and Salina, Utah.

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Wednesday, November 5th, 2014

Rasmussen.KarenKaren Rasmussen

Redmond, Utah

Our beloved mother, grandma, sister, and aunt, Karen Hatch Rasmussen, 73, left this life for her eternal one, on November 2, 2014, after a long battle with dementia. She passed with her loving family at her side at the CommunityLivingCenter in Centerfield. Karen was born on May 25, 1941 to George Smith and Bessie Larsen Hatch in Manti. She married Wendell Rasmussen in June of 1961 in the MantiTemple and had five wonderful children. They later divorced.

The love and delight of her life was her Savior, her family, and her grandchildren. Karen was a proud member of the LDSChurch and had many callings included stake and ward camp director, Primary teacher, counselor and secretary in the Relief Society, ward historian and librarian, and always served as a visiting teacher. She earned a cosmetology license and loved taking art classes. She loved to draw and created unique Christmas cards for her family for many years. She also enjoyed sewing and crafts for the grandkids. She shared her art work and told stories and loved doing anything with her family. She served many years as a judge of elections, in several capacities in the DUP, and at the St. George and MantiTemples. She also spent many years employed at DSPD. And she was honorably released after many years, and before she wanted to be, from both a family history mission and as an ordinance worker in the MantiTemple.

Karen is survived by her children: Kardell (Pat) Rasmussen, Redmond; Rachelle (Sam) Syphrett, Richfield; Angela (Paul) Peterson, Centerfield; Gayelene (Larry) Henrikson, DeKalb, IL; and Jered (Jessica) Rasmussen, Redmond. She is grandmother to 20 grandchildren and 2 great-grandchildren. Also survived by brothers: Kevin (Laurie) Hatch and David (Anja) Hatch; and sisters: Joan Penrod, Edyth (DeVon) Jensen, and Dawn (Royce) Gibson; and in-laws: Shirley, Jerilyn Ron, Marge, Becky and Elaine.

She was preceded in death by her parents, Smith and Bessie; in-laws: Philo and Velma; brother, Dean Hatch; brother-in-law, Ardis Penrod; and grandson, Clint Rasmussen.

The family extends their appreciation to CenterfieldCommunityLivingCenter and to the Angela Peterson family for the love and care given to Karen.

Funeral services will take place at the Redmond LDS Ward Chapel on Friday, November 7, 2014 at 11:00 a.m. where friends may call Thursday from 6-8 p.m. and Friday from 9:30 to 10:30 a.m. Burial will be at 2:30 p.m. in the KoosharemCemetery. Funeral Directors: Magleby Mortuary, Richfield, Salina and Manti. Online guestbook at


Wednesday, October 29th, 2014

DonnaManwillDonna Manwill

1943 – 2014

Centerfield, Utah – Our kind and beloved wife, mother, grandmother, great-grandmother, sister, aunt, neighbor and friend Donna Ray Andreason Manwill age 71, returned home to her Heavenly Father, early Saturday morning, October 25, 2014 at her home in Centerfield.

She was born September, 10 1943 in Salina, Utah, a daughter of Ray Durndal and Verna Wyroa Larson Andreason. She graduated from North Sevier High School Class of 1961. She married Bernell Hal Manwill, May 27, 1961 in Salina.

Donna was a member of the church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. She enjoyed doing family history work. She liked making crafts of all sorts including sewing and quilting. She loved spending time with her husband Bernell, whether at their lake property camping, or at a home they owned for many years in St. George. However her number one pastime was serving her beloved family, and friends. Donna never forgot a birthday, or a special event in the life of one of her loved ones. She made quilts for her grandchildren when they were born, and when they graduated. She was always prepared for holidays with expressions of love, whether in the form of a card, or a gift for those she cared about. She loved to cook, and made sure that no one went away hungry. She encouraged and assisted her children and grandchildren in achieving their desires. If there was a event important to one of her family, she was there without fail. She was a tender and loving person who thought of others before herself even in recent times when her health was poor.

Donna fought a good fight to live and lived well despite her illness. She left a loving family and friends who will always remember her courage and tenacity in the face of heartbreak, but will also remember the good times – of which there were many.

She is survived by her husband, Bernell Hal Manwill of Centerfield; her children: Desslie Ray and Vickie Andreason of Taylorsville; Kim and Vickie Manwill of Annabella; Troy and Sheila Manwill of Spanish Fork; Lisa Manwill and Richard Gubler of Taylorsville; Teralee and Nick Williams of West Jordan; her grandchildren: Charity Andreason; Christopher and Mallory Andreason; Chase and Holly Andreason; Cole and Ashlee Andreason; Nichol Manwill and Travis Bartell; Preston and Ashten Manwill; Austin Manwill; Ashley Manwill; Lindsey Manwill; Chandice and Josh Probst; Brittney and Cody Long; Morgan and Coltan Tomlinson; TJ Manwill; Katie Manwill; Teralee and Nick Williams; Kelsey Welch; Tessa and Steve-O Fitch; Riann Gubler; Carter Gubler; Berlynn Gubler; her great-grandchildren: Destrie and Daja Gittins; Emery, Madeline, Zoe, Seraphima, Sawyer, Andreason, Jaxton, and Madden Probst; Kooper Long; Taytum Tomlinson; Tyzick Williams; Taylor Fitch. her Siblings: Sandra and Clyde Coats of Gunnison; Charlotte and Duane Follett of Centerfield; Tanya Topham of Gunnison; Paula and Johnny Merchant, Derek and Dana Andreason, all of Salina; Darron and Theresa Andreason of Wendover, Nevada.

She was preceded in death by both of her parents, Ray Durndal and Verna Wyroa Larson Andreason; her sister Kathleen Mary Andreason; father-in-law and mother-in-law Hal and Bernice Manwill; a grandson, Tyzick Ray Besendorfer; a great-granddaughter, Eden Ray Manwill.

Graveside services and burial will be held at 11:00 A.M. on Thursday, October 30, 2014 in the CenterfieldCityCemetery, in Centerfield, Utah under the care of the Springer Turner Funeral Home of Richfield, and Salina, Utah.

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Wednesday, October 29th, 2014

DalePChappellDale P. Chappell

1925 – 2014

Salina, Utah – With great sadness we lost our sweet, loving husband, father, brother and grandfather, Dale Pratt Chappell. He passed away October 24, 2014 at his home in Salina. Dale was born March 7, 1925 in Lyman, Utah, a son of Harrison Pratt and Vanever May Coombs Chappell.

Dale was a proud tin can sailor who served in World War II in the Pacific Fleet with honors.

Dale married his sweetheart, Anna Louise Lau, sixty-five years ago on July 30, 1949. Their marriage was solemnized in the MantiLDSTemple, January 26, 1995.

Anyone who knew Dale, knew he was a devoted hard worker. He loved fishing and was always tinkering with something. He loved being outside in his yard.

He was an active member of the LDSChurch, serving in the Elder’s Quorum and as a worker in the MantiLDSTemple.

He was an amazing father and husband, who loved his family dearly. He will be deeply missed by all who knew and loved him.

Dale is survived by his sweetheart, Anna Chappell of Salina; his children: Jeffery Wayne and Margaret Chappell of Redmond, Oregon; Stephanie Ann and Brent Steiger of Salina; Michael K and Peggy Chappell of Graham, Washington; 7 grandchildren and 8 great-grandchildren; a brother, Bryce and Gwen Chappell of Kaysville.

He was preceded in death by his parents, Pratt and Vanever Chappell; a son, Kirk Dale Chappell; siblings: Aileen Webster and William “Bill” Chappell; and a grandson, Dannon Steiger.

Funeral services will be held Thursday, October 30, 2014 at 12 Noon in the Salina 2nd LDS Ward Chapel, 80 South 100 East in Salina, where friends may call for viewing Thursday morning from 10:30 to 11:30 prior to the services.

Burial with military honors accorded by the Salina American Legion Post #36 and the Utah Honor Guard will be in the SalinaEastsideCemetery under the care of the Springer Turner Funeral Home of Richfield and Salina, Utah.

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Wednesday, October 22nd, 2014

BrocSTatumBroc Tatum

1978 – 2014

Aurora, Utah – Beloved husband, father, son, grandson, brother, cousin, friend, and proud American Soldier, Broc Steve Tatum, age 35, of Cedaredge, Colorado, died October 11, 2014 in Cedaredge.


He was born December 27, 1978 in Richfield, Utah, a son of Steven Frederick and Tammy Wasden Tatum.  He graduated from North Sevier High School in the class of 1997. He also  attended Southern Utah University in Cedar City, and graduated with a Masters Degree  of Accounting.  He married Victoria Winsor on December 15, 2001, in the Manti LDS Temple. They made two beautiful children together, but  later divorced. He then married Kiffany Larie Moore on October 26, 2012 in Pirates Cove, Oahu, Hawaii.


Broc was a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. He served an LDS mission to Melbourne, Australia. He was as active participant in the Boy Scouts of America as a youth. He was an Eagle Scout who also received the Order of the Arrow.


Broc was a former member of the 2nd Battalion, 222nd Field Artillery. He was deployed to Iraq from 2005 to 2006, and was a veteran of Operation Iraqi Freedom. He was a former commander of C Battery 2-222 FA. He was honorably discharged from the Utah Army National Guard in 2013. He was a patriot who sacrificed much in the service of his country.


Broc loved the outdoors. He liked fishing, camping, and rock climbing. He enjoyed snowboarding, and golfing. He was an off road enthusiast. He liked welding, but the thing he loved most was spending time with his kids.


He is survived by his wife Kiffany Larie Moore Tatum of Cedaredge; his children: Zeke Tatum and Dempsey Tatum of South Jordan and Cedaredge; his step-son Andrew Moore of Cedaredge; his parents: Steven and Tammy Tatum of Green River, Wyoming; sisters and brother: Lacey and Tyson Mele of Green River, Wyoming; Whitney and Daniel Van Tassell of San Francisco, California; and Jace Tatum of Rock Springs, Wyoming; his grandmother: Valna Wasden of Aurora; aunts and uncles: Richard and Sharee Wasden; Rosalie and Michelle Colby, all of Aurora; Dell and the late, Patricia Allred of Salina; Sherree Tatum of Portland, Oregon; Patricia Allison of Cave Junction, Oregon.


He was preceded in death by his grandparents: Thad Wasden; Fred and Sandie Tatum.


Funeral services will be held Saturday, October 18, 2014 at 12 Noon in the Aurora 1st LDS Ward Chapel.  Friends may call for viewing at the Springer Turner Funeral Home in Salina, Friday evening from 6 to 8 P.M. or at the ward chapel in Aurora, Saturday morning from 10:00 to 11:30 prior to the services.


Burial with military honors accorded by the American Legion Post #36, the Utah Honor Guard, and the Utah National Guard 222nd Field Artillery  will  be in the Aurora City Cemetery under the care of the Springer Turner Funeral Home of Richfield and Salina, Utah.

Broc’s family would like to offer a special thanks to Broc’s military family, his dependable employees and his friends, for gifts of food and support, and the incredible outpouring of love they’ve received in this trying time. “Your kind words have lifted our spirits. From the bottom of our hearts we thank you.”


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Wednesday, October 22nd, 2014

JayLund1Jay Lund

1928 – 2014

Redmond, Utah – Our beloved husband, father, grandfather, brother and friend, Robert Jay Lund passed away on October 17, 2014 at the age of 86 in Provo, Utah.

He was born the youngest of twin boys to Reed Jorgen and Arvilla Olean Fjeldsted Lund, April 7, 1928 in Salina, Utah.

He grew up in the SanpeteValley and graduated from GunnisonHigh School in 1946. He then joined the United States Marine Corp in 1946. After two years of service, he returned to start a successful career at United Sates Gypsum until he retired in 1994.

He married the love of his life, Ella Lee Mickelsen on June 6, 1950 in the MantiLDSTemple. They spent 64 wonderful years together.

If Jay was not loading trucks at USG, he could be found behind the wheel of an 18 wheeler doing one of his favorite pass times, delivering goods.

He was active in the LDSChurch and held many callings. He served 12 years as an ordinance worker at the MantiLDSTemple.

Jay is survived by his loving wife, Ella Lee; two children: Craig and Debbie Lund, Marci and Lyman Anderson, all of Redmond; 7 grandchildren; 13 great-grandchildren; siblings: Joel and Dona Jean Lund of Sandy; Orlyn and Debbie Lund of Greenville, North Carolina; Olean and Mike Watson of Anaheim, California; sister-in-law: Shelley Lund of Redmond.

He was preceded in death by his parents; twin brother, Reed Junior Lund.

Funeral services will be held Thursday, October 23, 2014 at 12 Noon in the Redmond 1st LDS Ward Chapel, where friends may call for viewing Wednesday evening from 6 to 8 P.M. or Thursday morning from 10:00 to 11:30 prior to the services.

Burial with military honors accorded by the Redmond American Legion Post #118 and the Utah Honor Guard will be in the RedmondCemetery under the care of the Springer Turner Funeral Home of Richfield and Salina, Utah.

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Wednesday, October 15th, 2014

timTimothy C. Powell

1964 – 2014


Brigham City, Utah – On October 10, 2014 we lost our beloved son, brother, uncle, cousin, and friend Timothy Charles Powell, age 50 of Brigham City. Tim was born on March 26, 1964 to Charles Robert and Hilma Jenny Spikings Powell, in Norwich, New York.

Tim grew up in Gunnison and graduated from GunnisonValleyHigh School with the class of 1982. He went on to attend UtahStateUniversity where he graduated with a Bachelors degree of English in 1995. He proudly served in the U.S. Army, and the Utah National Guard. He married Marcie Silva on December 12, 1992. They later divorced.

Tim was a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. He worked as a Lab Tech at Autoliv in Brigham City, where he enjoyed associating with his co-workers. Tim was in love with the game of golf. If not at work he could usually be found at the golf course with his friends. He also enjoyed hunting, and fishing. He was an artist who loved to act, and to write. Above all Tim was a passionate Harley Davidson enthusiast.

He is survived by his mother Hilma Shelton; his sister Tina and Dave Jensen of Salina; his step-mother Alice Powell of Brigham City; his niece Angela and Kent Shaw of Salina; his nephew Matthew Jensen of Salina; his step-brothers: Samuel Brittain Jr; John P. Brittain.

He was preceded in death by his father Charles R. Powell; his step-father Jack Shelton.

An informal celebration, in honor of Tim’s life will be held on Tuesday, October 21, 2014 from 1:00 P.M. to 3:00 P.M.  in the Brigham CityCentralLDSWardBuilding, located at 506 South 200 East in Brigham   City, Utah.

Burial with military honors accorded by the Salina American Legion Post #36, and the Utah Honor Guard will be held at 11:00 A.M. on Monday, October 27, 2014 in the SalinaEastsideCemetery.  Services under the care of the Springer Turner Funeral Home of Richfield, and Salina, Utah.

As his parting gift to this world Tim gave the gift of life. Tim was a donor.

In lieu of flowers the family requests, and Tim would prefer, that you use the funds as Tim would to either take a trip on a Harley, where happy times spent with Tim biking can be remembered, or to play a round of golf in his memory, where more or less accurate stories of Tim’s amazing skill on the golf course will make Tim smile from his heavenly home.

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