Aug. 6, 1918 Mountain View Uinta County Wyoming, USA
Dec. 23, 2013 Layton Davis County Utah, USA
August 6, 1918 December 23, 2013
Jean Greene Aaron passed away peacefully on December 23, 2013. She was 95 years old. She was born in Mountain View Wyoming on August 6, 1918 to Henry O. Jackman and Jane Graham.
After graduating high school, she married Arnold B. Greene of Robertson, Wyoming on August 26, 1939. They were married for 56 years (Deceased 1995). She married John Aaron of Evanston, Wyoming on February 20, 2001. They were married for two years (Deceased 2002). She lived in Evanston, Wyoming and Layton, Utah.
Jean was active in the LDS church, holding positions in all the organizations. She was president of the ward and stake MIA Youth program. She taught dancing in the ward and stake, was girls camp leader in the ward, stake, and region. She taught Sunday school, Primary, and served as Relief Society president. She and Arnold were temple workers in the Ogden Temple. Jean was active in Daughters of the Utah Pioneers and organized the Layton camp. She loved music and sang alto in choirs and small groups all her life. She enjoyed gardening and raised beautiful roses.
She is survived by her daughter, Beverly Workman (Steve); and was devoted to her grandchildren, Julie Thomas, Dana Francis (Malin), Matthew Thomas (Aimee), John Thomas (Debbie), Jennifer Hunter (Chris); and her step-grandchildren, Jill Martain (Kevin), Wendy Mabey, Stephanie Crystal, and Stacie Ramsey (Pete). She had 26 great-grandchildren. She is also survived by her sister, Karma Hysell, Overton, Nevada.
Jean loved and appreciated her step children Betty Whitear (Glenn); John W. Aaron Ill (Viki ), and Joan Olivas along with their 15 children , 45 grandchildren, and 11 great-grandchildren.
Jean was a positive person, always seeing the bright side of life which she considered to be a party. She and Arnold were friends to the youth and hosted many happy times in their home.
She welcomed everyone and always had time to visit. She made everyone feel comfortable, no matter what their age or circumstance.