|Birth: ||Nov. 20, 1965|
|Death: ||Oct. 23, 2004|
Salt Lake City
Salt Lake County
Our beautiful mommy, daughter, sister, aunt, friend, Starla Rae Bradbury, left this mortal existence on 23 Oct. 2004. Results of injuries received in a tragic accident.
Starla Rae came to this world on 20 Nov. 1965 in Spanish Fork, Utah, the daughter of Paul Hughes and Lorna Christensen Robinson.
Starla was a bright ray of sunshine, with the biggest blue eyes that lit up the world around her. She lived her life with exuberance, pizzazz, and class. Starla was educated in Salem and Spanish Fork having graduated Class of 1984.
She was a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Was employed by Blackbourne Media Packaging.
She married Robert Alan Nelson 29 Mar. 1987 in Golden Valley, Minnesota. They have a son Justin Alan. Rob and Starla later divorced. She married Harley W. Bradbury 30 July 1994 in Payson, Utah; they have a daughter, Carley Rae. She also has very special step children, Derrick, Angela, Francis, and Hunter. Starla's greatest joy in life was being a mother, which she did wonderfully.
Starla faced life with no fear, always excitement. She loved the outdoors, fishing, camping, horseback riding, reunions and being with family. She kept a beautiful home and yard. She was always worried and concerned for those she loved and full of laughter and love.
Starla leaves behind her children: Justin and Carley Rae; her mother, Lorna Christensen (Evanston, Wyoming); brothers: Loren (Joan) Robinson, Roosevelt; LaVar Robinson, (South Fork, Colorado); sisters: Judy (Lamon) Spencer, Payson; Pauline (Rett) Ashby, Provo; Margary (Bruce) Butler, Moroni; Beth (Trent) Orr, West Valley City; 30 nieces and nephews, 22 great nieces and nephews, and numerous dear friends.
She was preceded in death by her father and grandparents, her father-in-law and mothers-in-law.
Funeral services held Thursday, October 28, 2004 in the Payson West 6th Ward Chapel, 780 W. 500 S., Payson. Burial in the Salem City Cemetery.
The Salt Lake Tribune, October 26, 2004
Salem City Cemetery
Plot: Block 23, Lot 6, Plot 1
Maintained by: Bonnie Huish
Originally Created by: John Warnke
Record added: Oct 26, 2004
Find A Grave Memorial# 9709885
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