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New Utah! - November 25, 1998 - Page 20 Colton R. Richards George Colton Robert Richards was born on Oct. 4, 1989, in American Fork. Our valiant son and beloved brother returned to his Father in always met his mother with a hug, a symbol of their affectionate and precious relationship. His kind and generous heart allowed him to share his Heaven on love with his pets, animals, Nov. 20, friends, and especially his dear 1998. brother and sisters and his ' He is surbest friend Dale Southam. He vived by his so loved his mother and father and touched the lives of many Robert Dean people. He spread love, kindness and friendship wherever Richards, his he went. Dianna lee Colton was a perfectionist in the things he did, such as Rieske, two sisters, Allison Jane Richards, being a loyal pet owner, and in Kaitlin Gwen Richards, and a the way he lived his life. He Dean was always mindful of his brother, Brayden Richards, all of Pleasant Heavenly Father, and he Grove. He is also survived by always strived to choose the his grandparents, Dean Fan right, as he was taught in Priand Ann Lee Fowlke Richards mary. of Pleasant Grove, Ross Colton was a Bear in the DeVere and Rosella Lewis scouting program. He recently Rieske of Provo, and a received his gold and silver Lola H. Fowlke arrows. Scouting and pack of Orem and numeous special meeting were always looked forward to. aunts, uncles and cousins. Colton loved the outdoors, Colton's family and friends especially when he was with his were so very blessed to have beloved family. He loved to hike, been part of his exemplary life. Funeral services will be held camp and ride the four- - wheeler. He was a skilled rider and a talWednesday, November 25, ented artist. Food cooked and 1998 at 11:00 a.m. in the Pleaseaten in the outdoors was ant Grove Stake Center, 255 always Colton's first request. He East 500 South, Pleasant enjoyed working hard on his Grove. Friends may call TuesGrandma Fowlke's farm in day evening from p.m. at Cedar Fort, and he often worked Olpin Family Mortuary, 500 for hours in the garage with his South 300 East, Pleasant father, where they developed an Grove and at the church on unbreakable bond. Wednesday one hour prior to He loved school and was a services. Burial will be in the gifted learner. After school he Pleasant Grove City Cemetery. George Webb Haslam, 84, of American Fork, returned to his s Heavenly r atner on N o v. 1 5 , 1998. H e was born to J o s h 'V' father 6-- 8 Foyer (Farrier) Olsen Foyer (Farrier) Olsen, age 90, died Nov. 22, 1998 in American Fork. was Me born Dec. 28, 1907 in Castle Dale, to Utah Abanadi and Hannah See-le- y . the St. George LDS Temple. He is survived by his second Beat wife, rice Ulsen; son Fayne Jackson Olsen (Leola) the surviving triplet; son S. Larry Olsen Olsen. He was the last surviv- (Dorothy); daughters J o A n n ing member of his immediate family. He was married to Fae Marie Jackson for 33 years and they were the parents of seven children. He then married Feb. Beatrice Parker Brunson, his widow. They recently had their 34th wedding anniversary. He worked for the U.S. Forest Service beginning in 1935 for 37 years as a Park Ranger. He was an active member of the Lions Club until his passing and served as Lions Club President and District Governor for the state of Utah. He was also active in the Sons of the Utah Pioneers and he and his wife Beatrice enjoyed their work as Ordinance Workers in n (Her-schel- 6-- ); 8 Scoff card of thanks Until we can thank all of our friends and family personally, may we take this means of extending our deep appreciation for the many kindnesses shown in our recent sorrow at the death of Robert L. Scott. Words alone cannot adequately express our gratitude. Thank you, dear friends and family members, for your 1914. He , thoughtfulness. We do appreciate the kindnesses extended at our home, the assistance at the funeral, and the flowers, all of which have helped immeasurably in this hour of sorrow. , 25, mar- ried Rosa Lea Mangone on June 21, 1934, and later solemnized their marriage in the Manti Temple. He retired from the Price River Coal Company where he worked in Castle Gate, Utah, for 45 years as a plumber-belongi- ng to Union 1681. In his free time he loved riding horses, fishing, and working in his garden. He was greatly loved by everyone because of his humble and helpful manner to anyone Glade M. Glade M. Wright, 87, of passed away Nov. 23, after a lengthy illness. He was born Oct. 15, 1911 in if Hinckley, Utah to John M. and Emma Hin-toWright. n He graduat ed from BYU in 1936. He married Irene Olsen June 20, 1934 in the Salt Lake LDS Temple. After her death, he married Olive B. Harding. Glade worked for the office of Soil Conservation, the Federal Land Bank, and Ames Realty in Indio, CA. He was a happy, kind, person. He enjoyed his work and he loved his family and friends. was born Nov. 8, 1927 in to Alpine, Silas Blaine and Alberta Adams Bennett. She ' Education A three-nigcourse featuring a multidisciplinary team approach to basic diabetes management skills, includes meal planning, exercise, blood complications. The cost glucose monitoring, medications, and long-terof the course may be billed to your health insurance company. To reserve space, call Jill Larsen, RN, certified diabetes educator, at ht 763-347- A I MtmriM Pnnv tfftj Hospital HC mar- Allan Evans Blaney Feb. 22, 1947 in Las Vegas, Nevada. Allan died March 3, 1986. school in She attended Alpine, American Fork, and vocational school in Provo. She was a member of Alpine 1st Ward and enjoyed working with the cub and boy scouts with her husband Allan. She served in the Primary, Relief Society, Sunday School and with the Single Adults. AFH Board Room 6 - 8:30 p.m. Dec. 1, Dec. 8, Dec. 15 A Service 4, of Inurmountain Health Care Amarfcaf! Mueabon program hat (Man mwdtd RacagrWon by tht Amarican IMNH AMotfakeniittcDorosAaatMihina QaMM imanH&MmvtBtOUbtmieM' Kiler. Funeral services were held Friday, Nov. 20, at the American Fork 22nd Ward Chapel. Interment was in the American Fork Cemetery. Jovcmbcr 27th Store 10 OFE Jier GREAT SPECIALS! He was a High Priest in the LDS church at the time of his passing. He was an avid member of the BYU Cougar Club as well as the Coachella Valley Rotary Club and enjoyed the association of its members. Glade is survived by his wife, Olive, sons: John Wright, Arthur (Karla) Harding, Neil (Kay) Harding, Kent Harding, daughters: Marilyn (Frank) Botich, Sally (Walt) Slovack, Murlene H. Woffinden; eight grandchildren in Calif., 18 grandchildren in Utah and many nieces and nephews. Preceed-ein death by one small son, Jerry Glade, parents, and 13 older brothers and sisters. Services for Glade will be conducted by the Santa Rosa LDS Ward in Indio, Calif, Monday, Nov. 30, at noon. Viewing one hour prior to n, d R Blaney Virginia Bennett Blaney, 71, died November 23, 1998 in Orem. ried Diabetes Wright Orem, 1998, ane needing assistance. Because of this he was a true servant to his Heavenly Father and during his years as a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-daSaints he held many positions. He is survived by his wife, Lea; two children, George Joshua "Junior" and Joyce (Larry) Bryant of American Fork; one brother, Raymond (Ramilda) of Stockton, Utah; three sisters; Lorene Hargett of Fernley, Nev.; Bernice Banks of Salt Lake City; and Mildred Baker of Stockton, Utah; three grandsons; Justin (Kimberly); Nathan (Michele) and Kristian Bryant; four Ashley, Tyler, Jonas and Spencer. He was preceded in death by his parents, his brother Donald and his sister Fern y (Webb) Haslam, on . Ad'ams Virginia (Dave) and Joyce Condie (Richard), son Alan H. Olsen (Susan); step- - daughters Beverly Wright (Bob), Dixie Mathe-so(Floyd), Pat Hall and stepson Kenny Brunson (Lena). He was preceded in death by his wife Fae Marie Jackson; triplet new born daughter, Barbara Marie and a son, Farrar Nad (other triplet). Funeral services will be Saturday, November 28, 1998 at the Cedar City 12th Ward 256 South 900 West Cedar City. Friends may call from p.m. Friday at Southern Utah Mortuary and 1 hour prior to the service at the church. Burial in Cedar City Cemetery. r Haslam, Jr. and Martha mother great-grandmoth- Haslam W. She helped organize activities with The "Old Folks" Committee in the Alpine Area. She loved to work in her yard and flower garden. She loved to travel with family and friends. She loved her many nieces and nephews and they loved her. She is survived by three sons and one daughter, Forrest Allan Blaney (Suzanne), Dallas Texas; Raymond "Ray" E. Blaney (Jan), Tabiona, Utah; Michael "Alfy" Alfred Blaney (Judy), Lehi; Jody Blaney Vance, Alpine; six grandchildren; four two brothers and one sister, Ralph Bennett, Safford, Ariz.; Paul Bennett, Alpine; Irene Edwards, Midway. Funeral Services will be Friday at 11 am in the Moun-tainvil- EXPIRES Lindon in South Town Mall 5560 HoursTues BeeHive Homes Affordable 24 Hour Elderly Care! Private Room Complete With: We Provide: 24 Hour Care Dietician approved meals Assistance with all aspects of daily living Daily housekeeping Laundry Individual and group activity Bed, Dresser Private 12 Bath Intercom TV Hookup Phone Hookup c 272 West 500 North A. F. 63 East 1200 North A.F. 565 E. 300 S. Pleasant Grove 785-952- 7 Call or Drop In or 492-148- 2 785-931- 9 le Chapel 165 North 100 East Alpine. Friends may call from a.m. on Friday at the Church. Directed by Anderson & Sons Mortuary. Linda Scott and family Jean Peters Sandra Jensen mmmMmmSm &imp,anag,a&, Mauntain Produced by Photography by.. 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"We need names, address, telephone, ages, clothing sizes, and any speciffc needs," says Publisher Brett Bezzant. "Many organizations and families come to the newspaper seeking this information to do their own projects. We try to match each needy family with a sponsor." "If you know of a family who, because of unemployment, illness, injury, or some other reason, may be looking forward to a bleak Christmas, please give us as much information about them as possible. Please include your own name, address and phone number so the sponsor can use you as a confidential contact person. This way the family's Christmas can be a welcome surprise." Cash donations are divided among the sponsoring organizations to be given to the families with their own contributions. Readers can sponsor an individual family or make a donation for all of the needy families. Please submit information on needy families or cash donations to: Christmas Family, P.O. Box 7, American Fork, Utah 84003. Please call if your family or organization would like to do a project for one or more of the suggested families. There is no specific deadline, but most sponsors want to start working on, their projects soon after Thanksgiving. MewlItaM More LOCAL news than any other source!