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Page The Ogden Valley news Volume XVII Issue XXIV June 1, 2010 Announcements Birthday Christie Phippen Christie Page Phippen celebrated her 90th birthday on May 15. Friends and family attended an open house in her honor at the home of her daughter, Joan Lindley, 551 W. 3750 North, Pleasant View. She was born in Christie Phippen Huntsville on May 15, 1920, to John Henry Page and Mary Lucinda Bingham. Her earlier years were spent in Huntsville. She says she continues to have a deep love for Huntsville and its residents. She also feels she has many fond memories of growing up there and remembers so many of the people from her childhood. She served in the Women’s Army Corps during World War II. She married Melvin Earl Phippen on Sept. 18, 1946. They had nine children. She has lived in Logan, River Heights, Wellsville, Ogden and North Ogden. In the past, she enjoyed riding horses, raising a vegetable garden, being a Scout leader and taking care of children and grandchildren. She also spent many years working in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Ogden Temple. Today she enjoys reading and watching sports of all kinds and visiting with her grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Weddings Smith Garrison Jaclyn K Smith and Jonathan Hunsaker Garrison were united in marriage on May 26, 2010 in Salt Lake City. A celebration in their honor was held at Red Butte Gardens following the Jaclyn and Jonathan ceremony. Hunsaker The bride is the daughter of Tamra L. Smith of Salt Lake City and the late Craig E. Smith. Parents of the bridegroom are Lisa and Kraig McCleary of Eden and Dr. Thomas Garrison of Ogden. Jaclyn graduated from Brighton High School, and is currently continuing her studies in Education. Jonathan graduated from Weber High School, and also from the University of Utah with a double major in Math and Finance. He was also Captain of the University’s Men’s Lacrosse Team. After a Caribbean cruise, the couple will make their home in the Washington D.C. area. Tyson and Adrianna Lawrence Tanner - Lawrence Adrianna Marie Tanner and Tyson William Lawrence were united in marriage on May 11, 2010 in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saint Salt Lake Temple. A reception was held in their honor at the Colonial Hills LDS Building. The bride is the daughter of Teresa and Lynn Turner of Huntsville and David Tanner of Liberty. Parents of the bridegroom are Gary and Susan Lawrence of Salt Lake City. She graduated from Weber High School and also attends college. He is a graduate of Olympus High School and served in the Spain Malga LDS Mission. The new couple will live in Salt Lake City. Carver’s Cove Baby Animal Days June 1 - 30 $1.00 OFF ADMISSION COUPON can be printed off of our website Open Wed. thru Sat. from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. For more information call 801-745-3018 or visit www.carverscove.com Military News Chris Hunter USAF Graduate Chris Hunter Chris Hunter has graduated with the Class of 2010 from the U.S. Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs with a degree of Bachelor of Science in Geospatial Sciences and a commission as a Second Lieutenant in the U.S. Air Force. Chris will be reporting to Vance Air Force Base in Oklahoma to begin pilot training. Chris is the son of Jerry and Sandy Hunter of Huntsville. He is a 2002 graduate of Weber High School. He has one twin brother, Justin, who is also serving in the Air Force as a Predator sensor operator at Cannon Air Force Base in New Mexico. Obituaries Gwen D. Herrick later solemnized in the Logan LDS Temple. She was a devoted mother and grandmother. She loved spending time with her children and grandchildren, having them for ice cream and sleepovers. She made a great Sunday dinner. She is survived by her son Ronald L. (Marlene) Herrick, Gilbert, AZ; daughter DeAnn (Bruce) Galbraith, Mtn. Green, UT; nine grandchildren, 35 great-grandchildren, and one great-great-grandchild. Also surviving are one sister, Nondas Tomlinson; one brother-in-law, Roy Herrick; and two sisters-in-law, Emma Robinson and Margaret Smith. She was preceded in death by her husband, brothers and sisters, one grandson-inlaw, and a great-great-granddaughter. Graveside services were held Monday, May 17 at Lindquist’s Washington Heights Memorial Park, 4500 Washington Blvd. Send condolences to the family at <www. lindquistmortuary.com> Phillip Ronk, Sr. grandchildren. He is also survived by his mother, Ona Ronk of Ogden; a brother, Calvin (Pudgy) Ronk, Jr and Marian of Huntsville; and a sister, Tami and Randy Sonner of Ogden. Phil was preceded in death by his beloved father and brother Larry. He is also survived by his extended family and many close friends. Funeral services were held at The Christian Worship Center, 1720 Washington Blvd, Ogden, with Pastor Dead Sisk officiating. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to The Christian Worship Center, 1720 Washington Blvd, Ogden, Utah. Grizz, you were a Mountain Man at heart and you will be missed on this earthly mountain. GILBERT, Ariz. – Gwen Dione Dickson Herrick, 91, passed away from causes incident to age on Friday, May 7, 2010. She was born June 7, 1918 in Morgan, Utah, a daughter of William J. and Annie Belle Creager Gwen Herrick Dickson. She was one of nine children. She lived in Morgan until she was eight, when the family moved to Ogden where she lived until the death of her husband in May 2004. She then moved to Gilbert, Arizona living with her son and daughter-in-law. She moved to Mtn. Green, Utah living with her daughter and son-in-law, returning to live in Gilbert, Arizona until the time of her death. Gwen married Lloyd J. Herrick on July 11, 1938 in Eden, Utah. Their marriage was Phillip “Grizz” Ronk, Sr. passed into eternity to be with the Lord on May 8, 2010. Phil was born to Calvin C. Ronk, Sr. and Ona M. Fry in Cannonsberg, Pennsylvania on January 19, 1951. Phillip Ronk Sr. Phil attended schools in California. He married Debbie Baxley and to that union was born Phillip Ronk, Jr. They later divorced. He then married Nadine Stokes and they later divorced. He then married Judy Wilde. Phil worked for Parker Hannifin and later became self-employed. He loved to do trackhoe and back-hoe work for his company “Grizz Can Dig.” Phil and Judy lived on their little “Piece of Paradise” in Evergreen, Huntsville, Utah, which they built with their own hands. Phil was the happiest when he was on his mountain. He loved to hunt and fish with his boys. Phil is survived by his wife, Judy; sons Phillip and Susie Ronk, Jr. of South Carolina; Dean and Becky Stokes of Pleasant View; R.C. and Felicia Wilde of Roosevelt; Cody and Rebekah Wilde of Ogden; and seven Deceased Scott E. Crase, 63, died May 11, 2010. Bruce Gordon Slater, 64, died May 14, 2010. Evin Ray Trimble, 80, died May 14, 2010. Ethel G. Fowles, 100, died May 15, 2010. Acel Leo Hales, 97, died May 17, 2010. Kenneth L. Gomm, 74, died May 18, 2010. horse property VALLey Art CLAss VARIETY ART: Drawing and painting from nature & imagination. Clay Hand building (clay is fired on-site) and more STARTING: June 7 on Mondays through July 5 from 10:30 a.m. to noon. TEACHER and LOCATION: Douglas Wood in Liberty 3300 E. 3927 N. (3 miles North of Snowcrest.) COST: $66 includes clay & most supplies CALL: 801 - 745 - 3083 Call now, as class size is limited. Farr West $2 5,000 Lovely and well kept 4 bed, 4 bath home built in 2000. Property is .93 acre with hay barn, tack shed w/ power, out buildings, huge improved parking area approx 20 ft wide by 200 ft deep. Beautiful landscaped yard and very large fenced in corral. Minutes from golf, horse trails, moto cross raceway, freeway access, fair grounds, boating and fishing at Willard Bay. Call Becky at 801-589-3476. The Franklin Group NW. Saint Joseph Catholic Elementary, Middle School, and High School Providing a challenging, college-focused education in the proven tradition of Catholic schools, for the families of the Ogden Valley. We want to teach your children! For information on our program, financial assistance, tours, or application, please call Daniela Quintana at 801-814-8192 or 801-393-6051.