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Page The Ogden Valley news Volume XVII Issue XXI April 15, 2010 Announcements Wedding Bailey - Allen Brieanne Bailey and Kyle Allen were united in marriage on March 3 in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Bountiful Temple. A reception was held in their honor at The Castle in Layton. The bride is the daughter of Steve and Connie Bailey of Riverdale. Parents of the bridegroom are Kent and Susan Allen of Eden. The new couple will live in Farr West after their honeymoon in Island Park, Idaho. Pictured left are Brieanne and Kyle Allen Birthdays June Lavon Fuller June Fuller June Lavon Fuller will celebrate her 80th birthday with a party attended by family and friends. June was born in Ogden to Chester and Lavon Younger. After graduating from Ogden High School, she moved with her parents and two brothers, Ron and Bill, to Ogden Valley. June married Gale Fuller in 1951, and they have resided in Eden since that time. June and Gale have three daughters (Ruby, Lucille, and Margaret); two grandchildren (Maureen and Sean); and two greatgrandchildren (Hayden and Lillian June). In addition to her long and continuing career as a homemaker, June worked for 20 years as a dental assistant. She continues to enjoy working in her yard and spending time with her family. Obituaries Franklin Davis Franklin Wayne Davis, 76, died March 28, 2010. He was born August 13, 1933 in Ogden, Utah, the son of Daisy Hannah Hansen and Harry E. Davis. Frank attended Box Elder High. He served in the Franklin Davis Army during the Korean War from 1953 to 1955. On September 2, 1955 he married E. Afton Vance Dickerson. He was a member of the LDS Church. Frank was a truck driver for Fife Rock Products. Upon retiring from Fife in 1996, he was a campground host at Jefferson Hunt for American Land and Leisure. He enjoyed hunting, fishing and camping. Frank is survived by his wife Emma; children Doralyn (Mike) Dale, Lynn (Joann) Davis, Diana Feeney, and Kevin (Garee) Davis; nine grandchildren, Danielle, Lorranda, Megan, Rochelle, Scott, Braxton, Haylee, Amanda, and Justin; and six greatgrandchildren, Gavin, Dayzi, Alex, Ben, Izzy, and Wes. He is also survived by two brothers, Edward Davis and Fred (Shiela) Davis and sister-in-law Jean Davis. He was preceded in death by his parents, and brother Raymond D. Davis. Funeral services were held April 2, 2010 at the Mt. Lewis 4th Ward Chapel, 550 E. 900 N., Ogden. Interment, Myers Evergreen Memorial Park where Military Honors were accorded. Obituaries Richard Bryant Evans Richard Bryant Evans left this earth suddenly as a result of an aortic dissection on Tuesday, March 23, 2010. Rick was so loved and will be greatly missed by his Richard Evans family and friends. He was born October 30, 1967 in Oakland, California. He moved all over the country as a boy, settling with his family in North Ogden, Utah. Rick graduated in 1985 from Weber High School where he excelled both academically and on the track team. He also attended Weber State University. He was currently employed at the IRS in Ogden where he has worked since 1999. Rick had a quick wit and was a master at the art of subtle humor. He loved to work out and ride his bike. He was an excellent gamer/wingman and could name any episode of Star Trek in 30 seconds. He played the Joshua Morris James Joshua James Morris “walked” into the arms of Jesus on April 6, 2010. He was born November 20, 1998. His parents are Robert and Debra Morris of Huntsville. He was an active Joshua Morris member of Cub Scout Troop 248. He was part of Freedom Riders, and attended Valley Elementary. Joshua loves the temple and knowing that his family is forever and ever. He enjoyed participating in his own sealing and the sealing of his siblings to our Forever Family in both the Salt Lake and Bountiful Temples. A special thanks for Freedom Riders, their volunteers and horses, for the joy they gave Josh. He’s now riding the “Pegasus.” Also, thanks to Valley Elementary staff and children, especially Matt Wimmer, Claire Dixon, and Tommy Lee, and all others who Neal Willard Sauer Neal Willard Sauer, 84, of Monteview, Idaho, died Sunday, February 28, 2010 at his home. He was born January 26, 1926 in Lewisville, Idaho to William Sauer and Leone Boyes Walker Neal Sauer Sauer. He was raised and attended schools in Lewisville, graduating from Midway High School. During high school he played basketball for Midway High School. He served in the U.S. Army during WWII under General Patton, and was awarded the Purple Heart. On June 12, 1947, he married Mildred Green in Menan; their marriage was solemnized in the Idaho Falls LDS Temple on April 20, 1955. They were married for 62 years and together they had 8 children. Neal was an active member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. He played church basketball and competed at an all-church tournament in SLC, Utah; placing 2nd. At age 22 Neal started farming, “raising potatoes and kids.” He farmed in Lewisville, Ririe, Osgood, and Monteview, Idaho, and never quit farming. He loved his cows and enjoyed raising hay and grain. piano, was very intelligent, loved himself a mean cup of coffee, a big piece of pizza, and Fox news. Rick was the very embodiment of still waters running deep. Rick is survived by his parents Kenneth and Marilyn Brooks, Washington Terrace; his sister Jean-Anne Erickson, Eden; his nieces and nephews Scott, Michelle, and Alicia Erickson; and his extended family. He is also survived by his oldest and dearest friend, Darren (Amy) Strebel and “That one girl,” Christa Huggins and her three boys. “We love you and miss you son; you were gone from our lives too soon.” “We love you and miss you Uncle Rick.” “I love you and you’ll be in my heart always.” (CLH) “You have been, and always shall be, my friend.” (DBS) Funeral services were held Saturday, March 27 at Lindquist’s Ogden Mortuary, 3408 Washington Blvd. Interment, Lindquist’s Washington Heights Memorial Park, 4500 Washington Blvd. Send condolences to the family at <www. lindquistmortuary.com> have accepted and loved Josh. Thanks to our family of the Middle Fork Ward; you changed his life for the better just as he changed all of ours. Thank you to all the doctors and nurses who have blessed his life throughout the years. Joshua is survived by his parents, grandmother Frances G. Bickerstaff, 7 brothers – Robert Lloyd Morris, James Christian Morris, Elder David G. Morris, (Washington Mission), William Daniel Morris, Darius R. Morris, Josef Ladage Morris, Kevin James Morris; 4 sisters – Madgelina (James) Workman and their son George, Jessica Shechinah Morris, Destiny Rose Morris, and Sara Rose Joyce Morris. Joshua was preceded in death by a sister, Margaret Francis Elaine Morris; grandparents Alexander Morrison and Ivy Ella Morris, and H. George Bickerstaff and Lloyd Weston Brown. Margaret is teaching him to dance and together are our guardian angels, and an active part of our lives. Funeral services were held at the Huntsville LDS Stake Center, 6450 E. 1900 N., Huntsville, Utah on Friday, April 9, 2010. Interment at the Hyrum City Cemetery. He is survived by his wife, Mildred, of Monteview, ID; daughters Enid (Bruce) Deming of Salt Lake City, UT; Ellen (the late Roy Lee), Huggard of Huntsville, UT; Peggy (George) Danielson of Kaysville, UT; Janeal (Chuck) Capron of Layton, UT; a daughter-in-law Diane Sauer Ricks of Sugar City, ID; sons Ray Neal (Clarice) Sauer of Monteview, ID; Kim William (Jeaniel) Sauer of Huntsville, UT; David Wayne (Magdalene) Sauer of Monteview, ID; sisters Leanora Taylor of Idaho Falls, ID; Carol Prestwich, of Richland, WA; 37 grandchildren; and 50 great-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his parents; a son, Lorin Reed Sauer; sisters Eileen Petersen, Melba Foster Pettingill and Enid Sauer; a brother Stanley Reed Sauer; and 2 great grandsons. Funeral services were held on Thursday, March 4, 2010, at the Monteview LDS Chapel. Burial followed in the West Jefferson Cemetery, under the care of Eckersell Memorial Chapel in Rigby, Idaho. Deceased Glenda Louise Hammon Guinn, 72, died March 26, 2010. Donald “Stoney” Wheelwright, 81, died March 29, 2010. Kerry E. Judkins, 56, died March 31, 2010. Kozo Minaga, 84, died April 2, 2010. Please send your announcements & photos to: Ogden Valley news P O BOX 130 eden UT 84310 Announcements are placed free of charge. Acupuncture and Chinese Herb Clinic Beth Kristenson, Licensed Acupuncturist Tuesdays & Thursdays 9:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. Saturdays 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. on non-Community Acupuncture days. Community Acupuncture on the first and third Saturdays of the month, no appointment necessary for Community Acupuncture. For more information, call 801-783-2094 or visit www.shanyaomtnmed.com Located in the Old Town Eden building 2234 N 5500 E next to Carlos and Harley’s.