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|Paper||Ogden Valley News|
Volume XIII THE Issue I OGDEN VALLEY NEWS Page 7 October 15, 2005 Announcements Obituaries ones after very long illness. Kennet! was born April 5, 1931, the son of Nicholas Kenneth Rowe Thomas and Nancy Vivetta Rowe in Huntsville, Utah. Te served in the Army during the Korean War where he earned the Purple Heart He is survived by his wife Jean Weathers Rowe and his daughter Deborah (Bill) Ladd, Pahrump, Nevada; sons David K. Rowe, West Point; Darin A. Rowe, Woods Cross; Dallas T. Rowe, Roy; daughter-in-law Geri Row ye, Wellsville; and Geraldine (Jack) Winterbottom, Clinton, Utah; also surviving is a brother Richard (Laona) Rowe, North Ogden: 13 grandchildren and 12 great-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his son ae . Rowe and grandsons Christian Ladd and Kenneth (Kirk Rowe, parents and sister Roella Smith and brothers William and Thomas Rowe. He will be greatly missed by family and friends and all who knew him. The family would like to thank Dr. Alan Abdulla i Hospice for Utah for all their help and suppor Send conden to family at <www.myers-mortuary.com> Lyle E. aro — E uated from Weber High School in 1949. fies serwed iin the U.S. Army 82nd Airborne from 1951 to 1953. He graduated from Weber College in 1960 and retired in 1987 as a contracting et from Hill Air Force Base. was an active member of the Church of Jesus "Christ of Latter-day Saints. He was a High Priest and held many calling throughout his life including Scout leader, Sunday School President and Elder Quorum Counselor, but the one he loved the most was that of Home Teacher. His family was the most important thing in his life. He loved being with them at holidays and other family activities, i mer home at Bear Lake. Lyle is survived by his wife Karen of Ogden; three daughters: Becky (Jay) Calder, South Weber; Kathy J. (Scott) Larsson, Sandy; Shelley Fessler (Jeff Socwell), Clearfield; and eight grandchildren: Jalynn, Jessica, Michael, Heather, stal, Luke, Sarah, and Cassie. Also surviving are three brothers and two sisters, Alonzo (Lila) King, Draper; David (Lola) King, Huntsville; Mary (Jack) Harker, Bountiful; Raymond (Elaine) King, Lakeside, CA; Leah (Charles) Hoyt, Sacramento, C Funeral services were held Friday, October 7, 2005 at the Ward Chapel located at 9th Street and Harrison Blvd., with Bishop Joseph Murray officiating. Interment, Lindquist’s Washington Heights Memorial Park, 4500 Washington Blvd., where Military Honors were accorded by the Combined Veterans Pe Guard. Email condolences to the family at <lom@lindquiestmortuary. com> Lyle Ficenaite passed away Saturday, October 1, 2005 from complications ofa stro! He was born January 10, 1931 in ‘Salt Lake City, Utah to Alonzo and Alfreda Mitchell King. He moved with his family to Huntsville in 1946 where they had a strawberry farm. Lyle married Karen Stephens on June 10, 1955 in the Logan LDS Temple and they resided in Ogden. They recently celebrated their 50th Deceased Carol LaVern Parker Jones, 71, died September 25, 2005. Mable Leona Williams Bennett, 86, died October 2, 2005. Edna Blodgett Robertson, 92, died October 3, 2005. SUB STATION cont. from page 1 West are alsogrowing rapidly along with Ogden Valley.” Fire District Administrators also consider the timing for the bond proposal as optimal. In December of 2001, in anticipation of continued growth demands, the district began collecting impact fees earmarked specifically for capital Austin stated that representatives from the watchdog organization The Utah Taxpayers Association called the newly proposed general obligation bond “A no ‘brainer””’—improved service with minimal increased cost. Chief Austin also explains that a lot of time and Elec as has gone into the design of the prosed fire stations. “A lot of thought went in to Station 62 Existing Station a» ‘Stafion 65 Proposed Station aero Management Aree Existing Sato on Hooper aeons Ea | : i ‘Map of current and proposed new fire stations. assuring that the structures would meet quality standards with minimal cost to the taxpayer. We received a lot of input on the design of the structures to insure they will be functional, well built, and aesthetically pleasing.” improvements within the district. Currently, there is $150,000 collected annually that will go towards payoff of the bond. Also, a general obligation bond the district was previously collecting taxes for, which was passed in 1995, was retired in 2004—a year ahead of the scheduled 2005 payoff date: Bank financial advisor Alan West ienskow commented, “When you take into account monies collected from impact fees and the funds that were already being collected from the recently retired bond, it is calculated that only an additional $21,000 needs to be collected annually from Weber County property owners in order to retire the proposed bond in a timely manner.” ottom line, this means that, even without any future growth in the county over the next several d+ + attend meetings where detailed information about the proposed bond issue will be provided. District officials will be available to answer questions at an open house being held at Fire Station 62 in Eden on October 13 at 7:00 p.m. Information and answers to questions can also be obtained by attending the District sponsored Safety Fair being held in Eden on October 22, again at Fire Station 62 , from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. District officials will also offer a presentation at Huntsville’s Town Council meeting October 20 at the Huntsville Town Hall at 7:00 p.m. Information on the proposed bond can also be obtained also by contacting the Fire District Administrative office directly by calling 801-782580. ted hy new taxpayers, passage of the bond in November would only equate to a yearly increase in property taxes, above and beyond what tax payers have been contributing into the district fund, of about $1.63 on a home with a market value of $250,000. i 1Get RESUL ors Vy " TE 0 Don’t Forget to Turn Your Clocks Back One Hour on October 30. |“ RESIDENTIAL BROKER rows on trees" ° ° ° ° ° Specializing in the Valley All types of loans A-D credit Purchase, ReFi’s 2nd Mortgages 801-745-6225 —Solone LOCAL MORTGAGE COMPANY, GREAT RATES!!! 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