Larry H. Breitweiser

Larry Breitweiser, of Stansbury Park, passed away at home the morning of June 15th. He joined his small dog, Ralphie for a walk across the Rainbow Bridge. Larry was born July 10, 1941 to Edron Breitweiser and Treo Just in Ogden. He married Elaine Mattson on June 20, 1987. He worked over 20 years in the mining business. He loved spending time with his family. Larry is preceded in death by his 3 brothers Dean, Bob, and Jerry Breitweiser; his two oldest children Kathy Breitweiser Ongley and Kirk Breitweiser. Survived by his wife Elaine Mattson Breitweiser, sons, Clifford and Kevin (Sharon); daughters, Celeste (Michael) and Heidi (Edwardo); 5 grandsons and 1 great grandson. There will be a memorial service at St. Barnabas Episcopal Church at (1784 Aaron Drive, Tooele) on Friday at 12:00 pm. In lieu of flowers donations can be made to Life's Worth Living at any America First Credit Union.  Services entrusted with Didericksen Memorial, 435-277-0050.
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Afton Maland Warburton

Afton Maland Warburton, 83 years young, sweetly passed from this earth Saturday, June 13, 2015, at her home in Grantsville, UT. She will be greatly missed by those who lived at “the compound” and those who lived away from here also. She was born November 14, 1931 in Lake Shore, UT to William H. and Zina Maland. Being the youngest child, she was used to getting all the attention she wanted. She had two brothers, Earl and Reed, and two sisters, Norma and Sarah, all who have preceded her in death. She married her sweetheart, Jerry H. Warburton, on February 24, 1951 in Elko, Nevada. They spent all the time they could together, hunting, fishing and exploring the Utah West Desert until he passed away in November 24, 1986. They were sealed together for time and all eternity on September 1, 2012 in the Salt Lake Temple. She spent 5 months traveling around Alaska but returned to the desert living in Grantsville during the summer and Quartzsite, Arizona in the winter. She will be deeply missed by her Quartzsite friends and all the fun times they had together. She is survived by her three children, Rebecca (Lynn) Taylor, Grantsville, David (Annette) Warburton, Grantsville, and Jeff (Louise) Warburton, LaPoint, UT. Also survived by 9 grandchildren and 19 great-grandchildren and many others who called her Mom. She helped everyone who needed her, especially if it was something to do with quilting. She has made hundreds of quilts, selling some and giving most away. We love her but know her life on earth is finished and she has a great work to do on the other side of the veil. We love you Mom, Grandma, Sister, Aunt and Friend. A viewing will be held Thursday, June 18 from 11:00 to 12:00 at the Grantsville 9th ward, 415 West Apple, Grantsville. Interment will follow at Valley View Memorial Park in West Valley City. Services entrusted with Didericksen Memorial, 435-277-0050.
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Sharon Colleen Gundersen Larsen

Heaven got a little brighter today –as our Beautiful Angel left this world. We lost the beauty of her smile, the warmth of her friendship, the sound of her laughter, the artistry of her hairstyles and the beautiful fragrance of her flower gardens. Her beautiful voice has now joined heaven’s choir. She has always been a friend to the friendless, a listening ear to the discouraged and down hearted. No one loved little children and babies more than Sherry. To those who didn’t know Sherry before her disease, you missed one of earth’s greatest ladies! She was a beautiful wife, a devoted mother and a dedicated sister and friend. Yes, Heaven got a little brighter while our world grieves her loss. Sharon Colleen Gundersen Larsen was born September 9, 1943 to Grant and Marjie Gundersen. Sherry grew up in Holladay, Utah graduating from Olympus High School. While she was attending Continental Beauty College she met the love of her life, Earl, at a church dance. They were married on September 14, 1962 in the Manti Temple. They moved to Grantsville in 1964 and have lived there ever since. Sherry worked out of her home as a beautician for many years, making many lifetime friends. Sherry loved music. She sang with her sisters on many programs, including many Old Folks Sociable’s and funerals. She also loved to play the accordion. Sherry was a woman of great faith. She was very active in the LDS church serving in many ward and stake positions. After Earl retired, they served a mission in the West Indies where they were able to serve the young missionaries and the special people of Guyana. Sherry was preceded in death by her mother, Marjie Calvert Gundersen. She is survived by her husband of 52 years, Earl Larsen, her children Becky (Robert), Julie (Steve), Connie (Doug), Gary (Tiffany), Michael (Gina), Michelle (Justin), John (Brooke) ,Laurie (Cody) her 32 grandchildren and four great grandchildren– the joy of her life! She is also survived by her father, Grant Gundersen (96) and her seven siblings (Vicky, Sandy, Kristy, Jerry, Cindy, Kim and Tarvy). A viewing service will be held on Sunday, June 14, from 6 to 8 pm in Grantsville, Utah (550 E. Durfee St). Funeral services will be held on Monday, June 15 at 12 noon at the same location with an additional viewing that morning from 10 to 11:30 am.
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Dorothy Arlene Terry

On June 5 2015 Dorothy Arlene Terry passed away from this life to return to her Father in Heaven. She will be missed dearly by those fortunate to have had the opportunity to get to know her. Her infectious personality and all around loving nature had a way of making everyone around her feel loved. Born on December 14, 1956 in Torrence, California to Barbara and Earl Lesina. She was preceded in death by both of her parents, and father in law Darwin Earl Terry. She is survived by her husband Randall Terry, Brother Earl Lesina Jr., Sister Lisa Preston, her children Nicole and Justin Newbold, Jason and Rashelle Terry, and Randy and Mary Jo Terry. She is also survived by the pride and joy of her life, her grandchildren Brayden, Bria, and Jase Newbold, Brooke, Erin, and Abigale Terry, and Kaitlyne, Peyton, Kielee, and Tryton Terry. She lived for her grandchildren and did everything she could to make sure they knew how much she loved them. Funeral services will be held on Saturday June 13, 2015 at the Stockton, Utah LDS Ward from 11:00-12:30. There will be a viewing that morning from 10:00-11:00 also held at the Stockton LDS Ward. Donations can be made to the family at America First Credit Union under Dorothy Terry Memorial. "Walk Tall Mama!"
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