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DAILY HERALD D4 Saturday, September 1 1,2004 Workman tells her side of allegations Obituaries Gordon "Kent" Hampton Gordon "Kent" Hampton passed away on September 5, 2004, in Las Vegas, Nevada. He was born in American Fork, Utah on March 21, 1952 to Del B. and Shirley R. Hampton. Kent attended American Fork High School and then joined the army at 17. He served in the Vietnam War in the Airborne Unit.. He married Jody Fraught on Hampton on January 25, 1980. They had one son, Quinn. Kent supported his family as a journeyman carpenter while attending different colleges. He earned his Bachelors Degree in Psychology at the University of Utah. He enjoyed anything that had to do with the great outdoors including hunting, fishing, camping, riding, and hiking. He loved to travel. He taught English in Thailand, Vietnam. Korea, Japan and Mexico. Kent was very close with his family Mary Richins Nelson Wadley and loved them all very much. He kept busy making different types at gifts for them. He made clocks, picture frames, toys, furniture, jewelry, moccasins, paintings and, just about anything anybody asked for. He was a very talented and skilled man and was always more than willing to help out a loved one. Kent is survived by his son, Quinn Hampton of Pleasant Grove, UT; his mother, Shirley Rae Hampton, of American Fork, UT; his two sisters and brother-in-lawSherry Lee and Steve Bunker of Pahrump, NV; Tina and Scott Young of Lehi, UT; and brother, Steven Hampton also of Pahrump, NV. He is preceded in death by his dad, Del B. Hampton and his brother, Alan "Augie" Hampton. Graveside services will be held at American Fork Cemetery on Tuesday, September 14. 2004 at 100 p.m. s, Ila Smith Hooley Our dear beloved mother and grandmother, Ha Smith Hooley, returned home vo: Lisa, Nebraska; Jeff , Arizona; Kevin (Chantelle), American Fork; Cindy to her Heaven- Father on September8, (Trevor), Span ish Fork; 22 grandchildren and 31 greatgrandchildren. Additional survivors include ly Ha V. ( 2004 surrounded by her family as a result of a stroke. shfl was born on January 8, 1925 in West Jordan to Louis August and Caroline Wass- mer Smith. She married Harold K. ' Hooley in the Salt Lake LDS Temple on January 18, 1943. They made their home in Lindon and raised their eight children and two grandchildren. Ila was a talented seamstress and quitter. , Her home was always open to all her family and friends. Ila had a tender caring heart and was always giving to all. She is blessed and survived by her six sons and two daughters: Randy (Margie), Tooele; Garth, Lindon; Gary ( Jeanette), Mona,' Steve (Patricia), Roosevelt; Ronette, Pro- - Moab. She was preceded in death by her husband Harold and two sons, William "Sandy" and Ronnie Keith. Funeral services will be held Monday September 13, 2004 at 2:00 p.m. in the Olpin Family Mortuary Chapel, 494 South 300 East, Pleasant Grove. Friends may call Sunday evening from p.m. at the mortuary and on Monday one hour prior to services. Interment will be in the Pleasant Grove City Cemetery. Condolences may be sent to the family at www.olpinfamilymortu-ary.com- . 6-- (Bud) Taylor, and by a son, Keith Denny Taylor. Funeral services will be Monday, September 13, 2004, at 11.00 a.m. in the Berg Drawing Room Chapel, 185 East Center Street, Provo. Friends may call Sunday evening, or Monday, one hour prifrom or to services. Interment, Orem City Cemetery. 6-- FAMILY MORTUARIES For all of the reasons that matter. 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He was a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, Sparks 9th Ward, where he was involved in several church leadership positions, including Bishop of the church for 5 years. He served his mission in Cleveland, Ohio. Gary loved the outdoors, and enjoyed biking, waterskiing, camping, and scouting. He was 'n' roll guitar strings used by legions of artists, from the Rolling Stones to Merle Travis,has died. He was 74. Ball died Thursday at his home, after an ongoing illness, the mortuary handling services said. His strings and instruments were used by music stars over the past four decades, from B.B. King to Metaflica. Beginning with a small music shop in the San Fernando Valley, BaU built a business with annual sales of $40 million and a worldwide reputation. NORTHAMPTON, Mass. Richard Garvey, a longtime journalist, historian and community vol- - warn will Chris Bleak against her are political And now she has people in campaign ads saying all those things for her. Workman launched a media blitz Thursday, buying $75,000 in television spots showing people praising her accomplishments and dismissing the "ghost employee'' scandal as a partisan ploy. . "It's just politics,'' says one woman in the spot. "They should let her do her Nancy Workman campaign manager ballot. Campaign manager Chris Bleak said that it was critical for voters to see the mayor's side "We felt like we had to do something," Bleak said Thurs- day. "It was important for us to share our message." The spots were purchased in the last couple of days, and are to run for a week to 10 days, he job." Another woman says she rather see county money go toward the Boys and Girls Club than wasted on the court would said. case. That's a reference to the South Valley Boys and Girls dub, where Workman alleged- ly used county health funds to pay for two successive bookkeepers to assist her daughter, Aisza Wilde, the club's chief financial off icer. Workman has been placed on paid leave after being charged with felonies as recommended by a bipartisan panel of prosecutors. But she remains on the Nov. 2 Democratic candidate Peter Corroon has not run any TV or radio spots, but plans to before Election Day. Corroon campaign manager Sheryl Ivey said the number of g ads will depend on hitting "We have don't goals. the cash flow the mayor has." Unaffiliated candidate Merrill Cook said fund raising has been "very weak" but is picking up. He also hopes to run TV spots before voters go to the polls. As for Workman's new ads, Cook said "she win need them." fund-raisin- Government gives $2.5M Dorothy Wasmond of Muerita, CA, Beth Taylor of San Jose, California, Blaine (Myitis) of Bento-niMississippi and Patricia (David) Reese of Mapleton. She is also survived by 84 grandchildren and many great grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her husband. Bill and daughters Colleen and BLUie. Funeral services will be held Monday, September 13, 2004 at 2:00 p.m in the Cascade Chapel at Sundberg-CHpiMortuary, 495 South State St. Orem, Utah. Friends may call Sunday from 6 to 7 p.m. and also on Monday 12:45 to 1;45 p.m prior to the services. Interment win be in the Provo City Cemetery. a, very involved with the youth programs in the church and with his children's many activities. He is survived by his wife, Donna of Sparks; his six children, Noah Loveland, Aubrey Moffat, Megan, Whitney, Malerie and Hannah Loveland, and many other loving family members. Interment wiU take place at the Santaquin Cemetery in Santaquin, Utah on Saturday, September 11th at 11am Memorial contribution! are suggested to the Gary Loveland Memorial Fund being established at the U.S. Bank Branch for the benefit of his children. Arrangements are under the direction of Walton Funeral Home in Reno. unteer in western Massachusetts, died Thursday. He was 81. Garvey was born in Northamp- ton, and began his journalism career as a reporter for the Daily Hampshire Gazette, earning $20 a week covering the police, fire, court and school beats. He then reported for the Springfield Daily News and was named assistant managing editor for the newspaper in 1951. LOS ANGELES one of Wait Disney's top artists who animated two dogs romantically nibbling a single strand of spaghetti in the 1955 Disney film "Lady and the Tramp," has died. He was 91 Thomas died Wednesday at his V home in La Canada Flintridge, said Howard E. Green of Disney's Buena Vista Pictures Marketing. In his history at Disney, Thomas also animated the dancing penguins in "Mary Poppins and Thumper teaching Bambi how to ' Ice skate. The Dairy Herald obituary rates we tallows. J2.60 per tne, J 15 per picture.. An adcfrtional $30.00 internet nays 10 run on legacy an online inciuqes The otuluar added i for Utah transportation THE dents, and alerts through a system of p meters and electronic highway signs. This system gives individuals adequate warning so that they may choose alternate points of travel, which ultimately cuts down on unnecessary congestion along the interstates. Another $400,000 is a portion of the federal repayment for the Interstate 15 construction completed before the 2002 Olympics, from 10800 South to 600North. ASSOCIATED PRESS SALT LAKE CITY The federal government on Friday allocated $2.5 million in transportation funds for Utah highway projects that will help monitor and alleviate traffic congestion along the Wasatch Front. The Intelligent Transportation System in Utah and Davis counties will receive $2.1 million. The system helps notify motorists Of congestion, acci . Low water at Lake Powell force $20M plant renovation ASSOCIATED PRESS THE PHOENIX As water levels continue to drop at Lake Powell because of the continuing drought, a $20 million plan is in the works to keep the Navajo Generating Station from shutting down. The plant near Page was built in part to help run the pumps that deliver Colorado River water to Phoenix and Tucson through the Central Arizona canal Project's Without the station, the CAP'S power costs could increase three to five times, which would likehmean higher water prices. Operators of the generating station now are considering a plan to drill more tunnels deep into the sandstone canyon walls of Lake Powell to keep the power plant operating. They said if levels dropped low enough to disable Navajo, the hydroelectric plant at the base of Glen Canyon Dam would also be unusable. r Salt River Project, and operator of the generating station, would begin con- - ' sanction on the project next year if state and federal author-tie- s signed off on it and if the to perdrought appeared Bkery ' 336-mi- le part-owne- sist. However, some environmental groups oppose the plan, say- -' ing Lake Powell should be drained and the dam decommissioned. . - They also say the $20 million would be better spent exploring alternative energy sources that would outlast the generating station, such as solar or wind power. The station uses up 30,000 acre-feof lake water annually as coolant for the three coal-fire- d generating units. The water is drawn in through a series of five tunnels that were punched through the canyon walls when the power plant . was built more than three decades ago. The tunnels currently sit at . 3,470 feet above sea level, just 100 feet below the lake's current level Government hydrologists say if Arizona's severe drought persists, the reservoir could fall that low as early as 2006. The new tunnels would be drilled next to existing ones through the sandstone bedrock at 3,350 feet above sea level At that depth, experts say, the station could continue to operate even after Lake Powell reached a level when water can no longer flow past the dam. SRP officials said construc-- v ; tion of the new intake tunnels, which include submersible pumps, would take about a year and work could be completed by February 2006, The $20 mfflkm construction . cost would be split among the plant's six owners the CAP and US. Bureau of Reclamation, SRP, Arizona Public Service Co. and power companies in California, Nevada and Tucson. et ERJ : I Free : UIO( TO SIEfX'- V- Guide compares 24-pa- ge 30 major brands. 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She is survived by her husband Cliff of Pleasant Grove; children: Marilyn (LaMar) Dahi Cedar Hills; Joyce (Blaine) Huntsman, Kathy Gary) Watkins, Dennis (Shern) Nelson and David Wadley all of Pleasant Grove; and Kent (Shauna) Wadley, Ferron; 20 grandchildren and 12 Additional survivors include six siblings: Cora (Vernal) Messersmith and Glenda Murdoch both of American Fork; Louise (Allen) Austin, Karl Richins, John (Vickie) Richins all of Pleasant Grove; and Calvin (Pat) Richins of Hooper. Funeral services will be held Monday, September 13, 2004 at 11.00 am in the North Field Third Ward Chapel, 2195 North 100 East, Pleasant Grove. Friends may call Sunday evening at the church from 8 p.m. and on Monday one hour prior to services. Interment will be in the Pleasant Grove City Cemetery. Funeral directors -Olpin Family Mortuary, Pleasant Grove. . The family would like to offer a special thanks to Hearts for Hospice and many friends who love and support to Mary during her final months. Condolences may be sent to the . family at www .olpmf amihmortu-ary.co- Vernette Perkins Lunceford family's needs can be Walker Sanderson Provo af-t- er West Jordan; and Caroline, WALKER " her earthly journey and finally made k home, Thursday, September 9, 2004 an extended illness. She was born April 29, 1927 in Pleasant Grove . to Alfred and Florence Richins. Mary was raised in Pleasant Grove and graduated from Pleasant Grove High School. She married Keith E. Nelson who passed away on December 11, 1963. She married Clifton J. Wadley on February 9, 1968. At this time, two families became one. Their marriage was later solemnized in the Provo LDS Temple. Mary was a very industrious person and always worked hard until her illness forced her to slow down. She raised four children by working as a waitress and cook. She was later employed by Smith Rexall Drug in Pleasant Grove for 35 years. Mary was an active member of the LDS Church and served faithfully in many callings including Sunday School Secretary and Ward Librarian. However, her favorite place to serve was in Relief Society. Mary enjoyed traveling with her husband Cliff and together they toured many interesting locations. She had a love for gardening and was always busy crocheting, quilting, canning, and making crafts of all kinds. Her flower siblings: Alan, Idaho; Ida, Geraldine Denny Taylor .Geraldine Denny Taylor, age 76 died September 5, 2004 in Gridley, California; She was born March 13, 1928 in Pleasant Grove, Utah She is survived by a daughter, Pam Maxwell Pease of Marysville; a sister, Patricia Denny of Salt Lake City; 8 grandchildren and 13 greatgrandchildren. She was preceded in death by her husband, Keith T. Mary Richins Nelson Wadley, 77, of Pleasant Grove completed ' FREE Demonstration FREE Hearing Screening and Examination . 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