|Birth: ||May 24, 1927|
|Death: ||Mar. 20, 1999|
LOGAN, Utah - Sebron Ross Golding, 71, died unexpectedly at his home Saturday, March 20, 1999, of complications of diabetes from which he suffered for 30 years.
He was born May 24, 1927, in Wellington, Utah, the son of Marion Quedelas and Lois Hamblin Golding.
He was raised on a farm and was very happy sharing chores with several brothers and sisters.
He was very active in 4-H, winning state honors for his sugar beets.
He enjoyed all sports, especially basketball and watching hockey. He enjoyed being outdoors, hunting or fishing.
Ross graduated from Carbon High School in 1947. Due to his brothers serving in World War II, Ross had to work the farm rather than attend school, which made him 20 years old when he graduated from high school.
He was very active in the LDS Church, serving in many callings and holding several positions of responsibility. These included serving in the Alberta, Canada, Mission, counselor in the bishopric, High Priest group leader and a Cub Master for several years. With his wife, he served in the Nauvoo, Illinois, Mission, Deseret Industries Service Mission, and most recently as a temple officiator. He was especially proud of his mission service and calling to work in the Logan Temple. His knowledge of complex church subjects seemed to be taught easily by him, and his family spent hours listening to him teach them gospel principals. His testimony was one of true conviction and an example to his family.
Ross married Joy Peterson on August 11, 1950 in the Logan LDS Temple. They were seldom seen without each other for the remainder of their lives. He was devoted to her and his family. He enjoyed family reunions and parties and was always willing to help where he could.
He had a wonderful sense of humor that made him more pleasurable to be with.
Ross served his country during the Korean conflict in the United States Army with the 204th Field Artillery.
Ross was a police officer for Logan city for 20 years and a bailiff with Cache County for 5 years. He loved law enforcement work and his dedicated service helped many people he came in contact with. He never worried about filling the "quota" of writing traffic tickets, he would rather help someone become a better citizen by using common sense and sound advice to discourage a repeat offense.
His wife, Joy, of Logan; three sons, Edwin Ross (Kris) Golding, Providence, Jay Clair (Sheila) Golding, Draper, Don Peterson (Cherryl) Golding, Montpelier, Idaho; one daughter, SaRene (Scott) Brooks, Morgan, survive him.
Also, he is survived by 14 grandchildren, who were a tremendous joy in his life, including two grandchildren currently serving missions for the LDS Church; two brothers, three sisters, two brothers-in-law and two sisters-in-law.
He was preceded in death by his parents, two brothers, a sister, three brothers-in-law and two sisters-in-law.
Funeral services will be at noon, Wednesday, March 24, at the Mt. Logan Stake Center, 565 E. 100 South, with Bishop Russell G. Seamons of the Logan 23rd Ward conducting.
Friends may call Tuesday evening from 6 to 8 at Cranney Mortuary, 420 E. 1800 North, and at the church Wednesday morning from 10:30 until time of services.
Burial will be in the Logan Cemetery.
Published in The Herald Journal on March 22, 1999
Marion Qudelas Golding (1887 - 1965)
Lois Hamblin Golding (1895 - 1966)
Joy Peterson Golding (1929 - 2011)*
Edwin Ross Golding (1953 - 2005)*
Jay Clair Golding (1958 - 2010)*
Delma Golding Johnson (1914 - 2002)*
Marion LaVell Golding (1916 - 1994)*
Lois LaVaun Golding Riggs (1918 - 1994)*
Cecil Duane Golding (1920 - 2000)*
Floyd Lee Golding (1923 - 2008)*
Theo H Golding (1925 - 1981)*
Sebron Ross Golding (1927 - 1999)
Joy Golding Oritsky (1934 - 2009)*
Marrion Golding Leifson (1936 - 2014)*
Logan City Cemetery
Created by: Don Shelley
Record added: Nov 30, 2010
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