|Birth: ||Jul. 1, 1896|
|Death: ||Jan. 14, 1973|
Obituary - By a guardian angel, he was brought to earth one hot July evening in 1896. Old Doc Hullinger made the safe delivery to the Heber Timothy family in Maeser Ward, Vernal, Utah. Grandma Nichols washed and dressed the squirming bit of new humanity and placed him, birth-hot and welcome, into the waiting arms of his mother, Esther Elizabeth (Vernon) Timothy.
He was named for his Uncle Peter Weston Vernon. He was a shy and quiet boy, who would often slip away and play by himself for hours. He liked to build things.
Weston's motto was: "Lose no time; be always employed in something useful and cut off all unnecessary actions."
Weston was inducted into service at Duchesne, Utah on September 4, 1918. Just before being shipped overseas, Armistice was signed and World War I was history. He was honorably discharged on February 20, 1919.
On November 12, 1924 Weston married Mary Jane King in the Salt Lake Temple. Together they had five children, Laddie, LaMar, Mary Elizabeth, Joyce and Luella Jo.
Weston worked as a sawmill operator and builder. He was employed at Hill Air Force Base in electrical maintenance after coming to Kaysville in 1942.
He was a High Priest in the Kaysville 8th Ward. He was an ardent temple worker and served in the bishopric and also as YMMIA president in Roosevelt.
In his last years he was nearly blind. But behind those weak eyes lay great wisdom and experience that he would share with tender words.
Weston died peacefully at home, as was his wish.
Heber Timothy (1861 - 1933)
Esther Elizabeth Vernon Timothy (1867 - 1942)
Mary Jane King Timothy (1905 - 1987)
Laddie Weston Timothy (1925 - 1997)*
Heber Vernon Timothy (1891 - 1968)*
Lewis Andrew Timothy (1893 - 1981)*
Weston Timothy (1896 - 1973)
Parley Timothy (1898 - 1971)*
Evan Timothy (1900 - 1954)*
Presley Timothy (1902 - 1972)*
Stanley (Harden) Timothy (1904 - 1914)*
Esther Timothy Dye (1906 - 1995)*
Lynn Timothy (1909 - 1977)*
Telintha Timothy Rasmussen (1912 - 1992)*
Kaysville City Cemetery
Maintained by: Mark Morgan
Originally Created by: Utah State Historical So...
Record added: Feb 02, 2000
Find A Grave Memorial# 136337