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Page 8 THE OGDEN VALLEY NEWS Volume II, Issue XV 1 August 2000 Announcements Obituaries Weddings Hadley-Taylor Stacie Hadley and Kelly Taylor were married Thursday, July 6, in the Bountiful LDS Temple. Overman-Povey Jared John PoVey and Crysta Ann Overman were married July 15 in the Bountiful LDS Temple. The bride is a daughter of Ryon and Suzan Hadley of Liberty. Parents of the bridegroom are Rae-Lynne Taylor of Clinton, and Merv and Jody Taylor of South Weber. The bride is the daughter of Tamara and Kurt Ottley of Ogden, and Curt Overman of Huntsville. A reception that evening was held at the Wellington House Reception Center in Ogden. The bride is a graduate of Weber High School and LDS Seminary. She received an emergency medical technician certification. She is employed by Trendwest. The bridegroom is a graduate of Northridge High School and LDS Seminary. He served in the Chile Santiago North LDS Mission. He is employed at Home Depot in Centerville. Following a wedding trip, the couple will reside in Eden. Robins-Freebalm Meg Nikole Robins and Jonathan Scott Freebairn were married July 14 in the Bountiful LDS Temple. The couple was honored July 13 at an open house held in Centerville. A garden reception was held July 14 at the home of the bride’s mother in Eden. The bride is the daughter of Barbara L. Robins of Eden and Mont Clinton Robins II of Sandy. She graduated from Weber High School and LDS Seminary, and will continue her education in the fall at Weber State University. She is in the Elm Education Program. Parents of the bridegroom are Leann and Ron Jackson of Ogden, and John Zizumbo of south Ogden. She is a graduate of Ogden High School and LDS Seminary. She is a student at Weber State University in the radiology program and works at the Greenery Restaurant. He is a graduate of Ben Lomond High School and LDS Seminary. He served in the West Virginia Charleston LDS Mission. He is a student at WSU and works for Youth Corrections. After a cruise to the Caribbean, the couple will live in Ogden. Wangsgard-Ropelato Exchanging nuptial vows July 7 in the Bountiful LDS Temple were the former Natalie Wangsgard and David Ropelato. The bride is a daughter of Kerry and Susan Wangsgard of North Ogden. Parents of the bridegroom are Jerry and Darinda Ropelato of Huntsville. A reception at the Ropelato residence was held afterward. Attendants were Stacey Ropelato, Ashley Clawson, Becky Boyle, Brooke Lindsay, Harmony Heath, Katie Barker, Jeff Ropelato, Ryan Lee, Kelly Thomas, Richard Wangsgard, Mitch Wangsgard and Christian Wangsgard. The couple will live in Ogden after their wedding trip to Hawaii. The bridegroom is the son of Mark R. and Cheryle Meservy Freebairn of Bountiful. He graduated from Woodscross High School and LDS Seminary. He served LDS missions in Scotland and Albania. He will continue his major in the accounting program. He works for MCI Worldcom as a telecommunications technicaian, and she works for the Weber State University Bookstore. After their honeymoon, the couple will make their home in Ogden. He served in the Iowa Des Moines LDS Mission. Both are Weber High School graduates and will continue their education at WSU. Anniversaries Rogerson Kenneth and Florence Rogerson, of Eden, celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary. Family and friends attended an open house hosted by their children on Saturday, July 22, at the Rogerson residence in Eden. They were married July 19, 1950, in Ely, Nevada and later sealed in the Ogden LDS Temple. Born May 17, 1926 to Elijah Rogerson and Mabel Clarke, he graduated from Washington High. He worked at Swift Packaging Plant, Garret Truck Lines, and Gateway Storage. His interests include family, farming and traveling. Born September 13, 1926, in Ogden to William Goodell and Hazel Nelson, she graduated from Washington High. Worked at Ogden Arsenal, Hill Air Force Base, and Defense Depot Ogden. Her interests are family, crafts and traveling. Their children and their spouses are Paulette and Roger Skipper, Sunset; Deanna and Nick Rowe, Eden; Kenneth Rogerson, Eden; Clark Rogerson, Eden; Sharon and Mike Thinnes, North Ogden; and Karon and Chris Iacovetto, Rawlins, Wyoming. Two sons, Garry Rogerson and Jack Rogerson are deceased. They have 18 grandchildren and 12 great-grandchildren. Doug E. Story OGDEN-Doug E. Story, 59, beloved father and grandfather, passed away Thursday, July 6, 2000 at his home in Ogden. His private struggle with cancer, like his life, was handled on his terms. He was born in Ogden on June 8, 1941, the son of Charles E (Chuck) and Erma Rawson Story. He was raised in Ogden Valley and attended Weber High School and Utah State University. While serving in the United States Army he married Valerie Jean Mosier in 1965. They later divorced, remaining close friends. Much of his successful career was spent in the auto industry as a manager and general manager with Rawson & Lund, Hinckley Dodge, Cutrubus Motors and Petersen Motors. In 1998, he chose to fulfill a dream and started a business with his son, Erik, in forming Riverside Marine in Riverdale, Utah, where he remained until his death. Doug is survived by his two sons, Erik Story, Ogden and Steve (Julie) Story, Ogden, and his four grandchildren, Frisco, Cassandra, Masyn and Clarissa. Also surviving are his mother, Emma Story, Ogden; his brothers, Grant (Beverly) Story, Huntsville; Brent (Elaine) Story, Eden; William (Dixie) Story, Eden and his two sisters, Charlene (Donald) Todd, Ogden, and Juana (Sherm) Bailey, Brigham City. He was preceded in death by his father and his brothers, Charles Lloyd and Dan Story. Family and friends who knew and loved Doug would all agree that he was passionate about his children and grandchildren. His many, many friendships were lifelong, loyal associations. Behind the scene is where Doug silently did his greatest work in helping and serving those he loved. Internment at Leavitt’s Aultorest Memorial Park. Delores Wilson Holley BANCROFT, IDAHO-Delores Wilson Holley, born at home in Huntsville, Utah on April 1, 1924, passed away in Soda Springs, Idaho on July 8, 2000. She is survived by her children, Jennette (Willingham) Romero, Jack Willingham, John Weldon, Floyd Brown, Jr. and Frank D. Brown. She will be lovingly remembered by her family and many friends. Cremation under the direction of Myers Mortuary in Ogden. Births Lance and Mindy Landes Scheer of Eden had a baby girl on June 26. Jeremy and Katie L. Peterson Anderson of Eden had a baby girl on June 29. Brandon Dee and Petra Kathleen Cook of Liberty had a baby boy on July 3. Cody and Hope Craven of Eden had a baby girl on July 11. Born to Dawn and Matt Hansen of Liberty, a girl on July 14. Her name is Elizabeth Gabrielle. Emma C. Taylor PLAIN CITY-Emma Willard Clark Taylor, 81, died Thursday, July 6, 2000 at a local care center. She was born January 7, 1919 in Liberty, Utah, a daughter of Thomas George and Etta Atkinson Willard. On June 28, 1941, Emma married Tyrus Clark. Their marriage was solemnized in the Salt Lake LDS Temple on November 3, 1944. Tyrus died in February of 1945. Emma married Ralph Aaron Taylor on August 27, 1947 in Evanston, Wyoming. Ralph died December 22, 1999. She was reared and educated in Liberty, graduating from Weber High School. Following her marriage, she resided in Plain City. Emma was a member of the Poplar LDS Ward where she held many and various positions. She worked at Intermountain and Coleman Knitting Mills. She also worked at Defense Depot Ogden where she retired in 1982 following 20 years of service. Emma enjoyed sewing. Surviving are two sons and two daughters, John Douglas (Sherilyn) Clark, Liberty; Terry (Kathy) Taylor, Garland; Suzann Taylor (Richard) Stoney, Plain City; Dixie Lee (Willard) Michelson, Pocatello, Idaho; 20 grandchildren and 17 great-grandchildren. Emma is also survived by one brother and three sisters, Bud Willard, and Mary Wight, both of Liberty; Faye Hogge, Ogden; Dorothy Sanders, Liberty. She was preceded in death by two brothers and one granddaughter. Internment, Liberty Cemetery. Maria Elena McPeek HUNTSVILLE-Maria Elena McPeek, 80, passed away Saturday, July 8, 2000 at her home. She was born May 15, 1920 in San Juan Del Rio, QRO, Mexico to Genaro Sanudo and Carlota Duran. She married James Grover McPeek on February 11, 1950 in Mexico City; he preceded her in death on August 3, 1970. She was a member of the Catholic Church. She was a devoted mother and grandmother to her children and grandchildren. Maria was a championship tennis player and swimmer. She loved gardening and flowers, was an avid reader, and also enjoyed knitting and handwork. Surviving are her son, Michael (Jennifer) McPeek, Boise, Idaho; her daughter Elena (Frank) Nick, Huntsville, Utah; seven grandchildren; and one brother, Antonio Sanudo, Mexico City. She was preceded in death by her husband; three brothers, Genaro, Rafael and Carlos; and sister, LuzMaria “Luchal Iregoyen.” Returning Missionaries Elder Chelton Merrill Spendlove, son of Merrill and Annette Spendlove of Huntsville has returned from serving in the Japan Kobe Mission. His homecoming address was held July 9 at the Huntsville 1st Ward.