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Page 14 The OGDEN VALLEY NEWS Volume II, Issue III December 1999 Announcements Missions Elder Richard Creamer and Sister Connie Creamer of Huntsville have been called to serve in the Bolivia La Paz Mission. Their farewell address was held at the Huntsville 1st Ward on November 21. Elder Justin Kelley, son of Dave and Sharon Beckert of Eden, has been called to serve in the New York Utica Mission. His farewell address was held November 28 at the Eden 2nd Ward. Returning Missionaries Elder Timothy Richardson, son of Jim and Anna Richardson of Huntsville, returned from serving in the Michigan Lansing Mission. His homecoming address was held November 14, at the Middlefork Ward. Elder Mac J. Wilson, son of Douglas and Colleen Wilson of Eden, returned from serving in the Argentina Buenos Aires West Mission. His homecoming address was held November 21, at the Eden 1st Ward. Weddings Doxey-Redd Laura Doxey and Brett Redd were united in marriage in the Bountiful LDS Temple, Thursday, November 4. Laura is the daughter of Dr. Tom and Renae Doxey of Eden. Brett is the son of Bryan and April Redd of South Ogden. A reception and dance were held that evening at the Hearthside Reception Center in Eden. A wedding dinner was held Wednesday November 3, at the Mansion House Dining Room. Attending the couple were Lynette Pattillo, Ashley Doxey, Sarah Redd, VaRonica Garner, Sarah Babcock, Matt Leonard, Blake Redd, Kyle Redd, Blake Glissmeyer, Chris Bisseden, Beau Carlson, Trevor Keyes, Brandon Handy and Ryan Westenkow. She is a graduate of Weber High School, LDS Seminary and Stacey’s Beauty College. She has been employed with Aspen Salon. He is a graduate of Bonneville High School and served an LDS mission to the Dominican Republic. He is employed with Omniserve Wireless. The new Mr. and Mrs. Redd will live in Seattle, Washington after a wedding trip to Palm Springs, California. Births Brandon and Janet Southwick of Liberty had a baby girl on October 30. Russel and Stacie Ingram of Liberty had a baby boy on November 10. Christopher and Regina Wendell of Eden had a baby girl on November 11. Kory and Mary Longhurst of Eden had a baby girl on November 11. Obituaries Thomas Oran Dickson HUNTSVILLE-Thomas Oran Dickson, 77, passed away Wednesday November 3, 1999 at McKay-Dee Hospital in Ogden of pulmonary fibrosis. He was born December 10, 1921 in Morgan, Utah a son of William Jasper and Annie Belle Creager Dickson. He was raised in Ogden, Utah attending Ogden City Schools. He married Yvonne L. Burmeister on June 8, 1946 in Sierra Madre, California. Their marriage was solemnized in the Arizona LDS Temple on May 26,1950. Tom served in the military during WWII being assigned to the Aleutian Islands. After being discharged from the service he lived 35 years in California and retired to Huntsville, Utah where he had lived for the past 25 years. Tome was active and loved his service in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. Her served in many positions including Bishop. He especially enjoyed working with the youth and was an influence for good to many young men and women. He is survived by his wife Yvonne of 53 years, of Huntsville; one son, Thomas Dickson Jr. and his wife Claire; two grandsons, James Dickson, Huntsville, and Elder Daniel Dickson, currently serving the Texas Houston East Spanish-speaking Mission. Tom is also survived by three sisters, Gwen (Lloyd) Herrick, Ogden, Utah; Nondas (Bryan) Tomlinson, Newark, California; Dallace Thulien, Florida. He was preceded in death by three brothers and two sisters. A special thanks to the doctors, nurses and staff at McKay-Dee Hospital I.C.U. and H.O.B.S. for their loving care and kindness to our beloved Husband and Father. Internment, Huntsville Cemetery. Verda Wright Rollo HUNTSVILLE-Verda Wright Rollo, 83, died Thursday, November 4, 1999 at her home. She was born July 25, 1916 in Lindon, Utah, a daughter of Albert Henry and Annie Melissa Harper Wright. She married Alden J. Rollo on April 11, 1939 in Ogden. The marriage was later solemnized in the Salt Lake LDS Temple on November 29, 1950. He died on July 4, 1990. She had lived in Weber County for 80 years. Verda was a member of the Middle Fork LDS Ward and had been a primary teacher, Sunday school teacher, secretary and visiting teacher in the Relief Society, and ward temple attendance specialist. She was member of the Daughters of the Utah Pioneers. She loved to sew and crochet. Surviving are four sons, Dale A. Rollo, Pleasant View; Verl J. (Ilene) Rollo, Spring City, Utah; A. Wayne (Janet) Rollo, Huntsville; Rex L. (Nadine) Rollo, North Ogden; 14 grandchildren; and 20 greatgrandchildren. The family wished to express their appreciation to Hospice of Northern Utah, especially Cheryl, Judy, and Rachel for their kind and compassionate care. Internment, Huntsville Cemetery, Utah. Gale R. Martin LIBERTY-Gale Rawle Martin left this earth on Tuesday, November 9, 1999. In spite of a ten-year battle with cancer he lived a selfless, rich and fulfilling life to the end. Our father, grandfather, husband and friend will be missed dearly. Gale was born in Ogden, Utah on July 8, 1932 to Harold James Martin Sr. and Olive Simmons Rawle. He married Sharon Oliverson in the Salt Lake Temple and together they raised six children. He is currently married to Anne Phillips. Gale is survived by his wife Anne, sister Maurine Norgaard, brother Harold J. Martin Jr., and his children: Dave (Ruth) Martin, Eden; JodiAnn Martin (Chris Fessler), Salt Lake City; Tawna (Keith) Merrill, Salt Lake City; Glen (Wendy) Martin, Pacific Grove, California; Shane (Laura) Martin, Eden; WendaLee (Andrew) Wittwer, Bountiful, and 15 grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his parents. Gale grew up in Salt Lake City and attended East High School. After serving briefly in the Air Force he was honorably discharged. He married several years later and started his family. He went on to receive a degree in Secondary Education from B.Y.U. Gale taught industrial arts for 15 years at Churchill Junior High School in Granite School District. Gale also worked at Intermountain Art Walker Monument and operated a home business doing picture framing and matte work. He was a gifted woodworker and craftsman. He built the family home on the Avenues and current home in Nordic Valley. Many Christmas gifts were the product of his skills in woodwork. He enjoyed skiing, hiking, fishing, cycling, running, soaring, baking, and most of all serving others. A faithful member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, Gale served in many capacities. He was most recently serving in the Stake Sunday School Presidency in the Huntsville Stake. He loved to attend the temple as often as possible, and rarely missed his Sunday church meetings and other church responsibilities. Gale has touched the lives of so many: friends, extended family and acquaintances, through his genuine personality and lover for everyone. The family will miss Gale’s company on their annual trips to Moab, backpacking in the Uintahs, fishing and camping trips, many family gatherings, and his wonderful sense of humor. We love you Dad! In lieu of flowers, please send donations to the Celebration of Health IHC Family Guest House in Provo, Utah, 1134 North 500 West Suit 205, Provo, Utah 84604. Internment, Eden Mt. View Cemetery. Margery Theresa Deno Oliver HUNTSVILLE – Margery Theresa Deno Oliver, 77, formerly of Auburn, California, passed away Wednesday, November 10, 1999 at her home. She was born March 10, 1922 in Bridgeport, Connecticut to William John and Margaret Murphy Deno. She married Joseph Oliver on April 4, 1994. She was raised and educated in Bridgeport. During WWII, she worked in the factories to support the war effort working with ammunition and aircraft. During the 1960 Winter Olympics, she facilitated housing for the athletes and received and honorary bronze medal. In a 1960 newspaper article written by Charles F. Stark Jr., it was written “it is difficult to determine whether life and her choice of avocations have given their sparkle to Marge, or whether the inner fire of her interests impart a glow to the things she touches. I suspect it is the latter.” Her hobbies included: rock hounding, lapidary, jewelry, painting ad beading. She lived in Reno, Nevada for 16 years, Middleton, Pennsylvania, Randall AFB, Texas, and Sacramento, California. “Mom taught us courage in the days of life’s difficulties and opportunities. She had more pain than most during her life with MS, but suffered without complaining. /She was resilient and had a lot quiet courage and strength.” Surviving are her husband Joseph of Huntsville; four daughters, Peggy Grove, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania; Patty Morgan, Sisters, Oregon; Rae Christina Solomon, Mariposa, California; Lucille Hancock, Colfax, California; and 13 grandchildren. Dorothy LaRue Jorgensen HUNTSVILLE – Dorothy LaRue Moyes Jorgensen, 85, died Wednesday, November 10, 1999 at her home in Huntsville, with family members attending her. She was born in Ingles Logging Camp, about eight miles east of Clatskine, Columbia County, Oregon, on September 3, 1914, the second child and only daughter of John Ingles and Maggie Elmira Cottam Moyes. Her education began in Stone, Idaho, continuing in the Ogden City Schools. Dorothy married a young man with dark curly hair, John Howard Jorgensen on September 26, 1933, in the Salt Lake LDS Temple. This union was blessed with four children. John preceded her in death on August 13, 1984. Dorothy lived a life of love. She loved her husband and children and all those she knew. She loved to raise flowers; she loved the beauties to be found in nature, both in the animal kingdom and in plants. Dorothy was a member of the Huntsville 2nd LDS Ward. Her love for our Heavenly Father and His Son, Jesus, helped her to teach the Primary Children for 18 years, about the love Jesus has for them. She was a good cook, doing an especially good job on pies. The last thing she cooked was an apple pie, with the help of the Hospice caregiver, Delaney Wangsgard. Dorothy was a member of the Daughters of the Utah Pioneers and loved to attend their meetings. Dorothy’s family would like to thank the caregivers who helped make the last two years of her life comfortable and special; the wonderful people at the Utah Senior Ser5vice Home Care and Vista Care Hospice for all the comfort and service they have provided.