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Utah Obituaries and News
Death Notices Melanie Prestwic May 19, 2015

The location is the Morningside Stake Center located at 900 S River Road. An additional memorial service will take place Saturday, May 30 in Orem, Utah. Sandra Harding Munson, age 65, passed away on May 16th, 2015 in Provo. Graveside services will be held ... (Daily Herald)

Sandra Jean Armstrong 1935~201 May 19, 2015

Sandra Jean Brockbank Armstrong passed away peacefully May 14, 2015. She was born December 2, 1935 in Payson, Utah to Starr L. and Grace Taylor Brockbank. She married Howard Armstrong July 20, 1951 in Payson and their marriage was later solemnized in the ... (Daily Herald)

LaRee Neeley Allen May 18, 2015

LaRee Neeley Allen, 74, passed away on May 16, 2015 in Herriman, Utah. She was born on September 20, 1940 in Blackfoot, Idaho. She is the daughter of Paul and Clara Neeley. She grew up in Salt Lake City, Utah, graduating from West High School and LDS Seminary. (Ogden Standard-Examiner)

Karleen Thompson Poulsen May 18, 2015

She was born on April 14, 1952 in Brigham City, Utah to LeRoy Junior and Mary Lou Thomas Thompson. She married the love of her life James Henry Poulsen Jr. on March 19, 1971. They were later sealed in the Logan LDS Temple on March 19, 1973. Karleen grew up ... (Ogden Standard-Examiner)

Washington-area obituaries of note May 19, 2015

The cause was cardiac arrhythmia, said daughter Mary Sollway. Mrs. Mauvais was born Mary McCormick in Eureka, Utah, and was a model in Seattle and Boise, Idaho, before moving to the Washington area in 1966. She lived in Bethesda, where she was a member of ... (Washington Post)


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Funeral Home Reviews
Spanish Fork, Utah
Legacy Funeral Home in Spanish Fork, Utah that is run by Lance Nelson was the most memorable experience when it came to obtaining his service. I called many funeral homes around here on Memorial Day and all gave me ‘We will get back with you tomorrow.’ However, when I called Legacy Funerals, Lance came to the home within hours to help with arrangements. The prices were very exceptional and ideal as other funeral homes were way above and beyond our budget. In addition, Lance was available 24/7 and kept us inform daily along with great communication with everyone involved. Our family was so impressed with the way they took over things in a professional manner and helped us with our sorrow, along with willing to accommodate our traditions. Legacy Funeral is about helping the family with quality, NOT to make a profit!! Most definitely recommend Legacy Funeral Home to everyone! Thank you again Lance for everything, greatly appreciated!!!!
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Tooele, Utah
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Lindon, Utah
When my husband got very ill I was referred to Alternative. Larry and his wife were the most compassionate people I have met and the services that they performed were outstanding I was so impressed my husband looked wonderful. Thank you again for your professionalism.
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American Fork, Utah
To Duane Perkins Family, I am so sorry for your loss but I know he had a wonderful life on Sycamore Drive. My dad Trevor Baugh thought a lot of your mother & dad. I tried to knock on the door on Sycamore but noone answered. I have lost my dad Trevor, Maxine, Trevor Jr and Vanessa now. I would love to hear from one on you kids if you have time. Steve, how are you? Long time no see. I hope you get this message. Thinking of you all, fondly, Rhoda
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Salt Lake City, Utah
Neil O'Donnel Mortuary is the worst choice. If you wont your love one looking like Frankenstien then you will like them. They got lost and left the funeral party at the church for one hour, after the mass had ended. We sat there dumbfounded for one hour. use anyone but them.
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