|Birth: ||Oct. 8, 1875|
|Death: ||Apr. 21, 1948|
Final Tribute to
Mrs. Deloss (Rose) Penrod
Funeral services for Rose Penrod, wife of DeLoss Penrod, were held in the Fourth ward chapel Saturday at one o'clock with Alma H. Hansen, counselor in the bishopric, presiding. Mrs. Penrod died at her home Wednesday evening April 21, following a short illness.
Speakers were Daniel H. Jorgenson, Bishop J. Stanley Peters, and Clyde Bair. Mr. Jorgenson who had been the family ward teacher for a number of years, spoke of the love in the home, how the children honored their parents, and of the kind disposition of the deceased.
After commenting on the crowded building and mentioning the church activities of the family. Bishop Peters spoke of the three stages of existence, of the progress made in each, and the value of free agency. He read the words of "O My Father" and excerpts from "Ode to Immortality" to show the universality of the belief in a future life.
Mr. Bair, a grandson-in-law, emphasized the fine family life and love in the group he had joined. Mrs. Bert Timpson read a biographical sketch and a tribute from the Daughters of Utah Pioneers. Closing remarks were made by Mr. Hansen.
Music included "The Lord's Prayer" by Rulon Nicholes; a cello solo, "Perfect Day" by Paul Barratt, and a solo "Going Home" by Moral Steele. All were accompanied by Mrs. Owen G. Humphries. Mrs. Leo T. Hansen played the prelude and postlude.
The invocation was offered by Richard Mercer, a grandson. Lot Robinson and John W. Pulley, former ward bishops, gave closing prayer and the dedication. Pallbearers were Merrill Varney, Paul Calton, Richard Mercer, Stanley, Paul and Lynn Robinson.
Rose Wood Robinson Penrod was born October 8, 1875, the daughter of William W. and Harriet Wood Robinson, pioneer settlers. She was married to Mr. Penrod in Salt Lake LDS temple Dec. 4, 1895. She attended the American Fork schools and the Brigham Young academy. She was a member of the American Fork ward choir, and had worked as a block teacher in the Fourth ward Relief Society for 30 years.
Surviving are her husband, five children, Mrs. Roger (Ella) Gordon, Mrs. Allen (LaPriel) Calton, Lehl; Mrs. Marion (Myrtle) Mercer, Mrs. John A. (Alta) Varney, LeGrand W. Penrod, American Fork; a brother, Lot Robinson, American Fork; two sisters, Mrs. Fanny Williams, Salt Lake City, and Mrs. John (Linda) Goff, Jerome, Idaho; 20 grandchildren and one great-grandchild.
William Walker Robinson (1833 - 1923)
Harriett wood Robinson (1839 - 1876)
Delosse Wells Penrod (1874 - 1952)*
William Penrod (1896 - 1926)*
Harriet D Penrod (1898 - 1899)*
Ella R. Penrod Gordon (1900 - 1989)*
Myrtle Penrod Mercer (1904 - 1992)*
LeGrande Willis Penrod (1907 - 1967)*
Alta M. Penrod Varney (1910 - 1979)*
Lapriel Penrod (1913 - 1980)*
William Wood Robinson (1857 - 1894)*
George Edward Robinson (1861 - 1943)*
Joseph Robinson (1863 - 1932)*
Sarah Ann Robinson Wrigley (1868 - 1925)**
Rose Wood Robinson Penrod (1875 - 1948)
American Fork Cemetery
Created by: Lee Drew
Record added: May 21, 2009
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