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I grew up in Enterprise, Utah, and started doing genealogy when I was 12, for a merit badge. I am now a professional researcher specializing in German and Swiss ancestry. I live in the greater Salt Lake metro area. I work full-time and am also seeking a Masters degree in History, so if I don't answer right away, it's probably because I have a paper due fairly soon.
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|Shauna Sargent||Victor Brooksby Memorial|
I was wondering if you were a member of Victor's family. He was a friend of ours as he worked with my husband Jack Sargent on the SLC Fire department. They were planning to raise rabbits together just before Victor got ill. I would like to get in contact with someone from his family. Please let me know if you are related.
Thanks, so much.
|Anonymous||Elizabeth Whitaker Hunt Aitken|
Glen Whitaker Hunt is her brother, Melvin Glen is her son
|Anonymous||Glen Whitaker Hunt|
Please add the following obituary to Glen Whitaker Hunt
Obituary: Glen W. Hunt
Published: Dec. 19, 1999 12:00 a.m.
LAYTON--Our eternally loved husband, father, grandfather, and friend, Glen Whitaker Hunt, passed away December 15, 1999, after a long-term illness.
He was born on July 17, 1924, in Salt Lake City, Utah, to Nelson Glen and Bessie Taylor Whitaker Hunt. Glen grew up in Enterprise, Utah, and was the "looked up to" older brother to his three sisters and one brother. While World War II raged, he enlisted in the Marine Corps much to his father's dismay. After serving his country from 1943 to 1946, he returned to attend and graduate from Dixie College. As a member of the LDS Church, he went to teach in the Central States Mission and had many choice experiences.After meeting his sweetheart, Patricia Giolas, Glen married her in the Salt Lake Temple on December 7, 1951. To them were born eight children bringing all the joys of a large family. For their support, he worked as an Industrial Engineer at Hill Air Force Base until he retired.
He loved the gospel and the scriptures, and showed that devotion by fulfilling various callings in the church as a teacher, Sunday School President, and Bishop of the Third Ward, Liberty Stake. As a resident of Layton, he ran for the State Senate in 1990 and was active in the Libertarian Party. He enjoyed the mountains and fishing with his sons and grandsons. His wife and family are his greatest happiness, and to them he is the greatest man in the world.
Missing him are his wife, Patricia; children, Patricia Anne Hunt, Glen Wayne and Denise Hunt, Laurie Dee and Fred Thomas, Douglas Gary and Tammy Hunt, Keith Byron and Antonella Hunt, Kenneth James and Liisa Hunt, Joseph Russell and Corinne Hunt, Nathan Bryce and Jill Hunt; 26 grandchildren; and sisters, Ida (Lynn) Peters, and Mary (Elwin) Barnum. He was preceded in death by his brother, John Hunt; and sister, Elizabeth Aitken.
The funeral will be held at the Kays Creek Stake Center, 2680 E. Cherry Lane, Layton, on Tuesday, December 21, 1999, at 1 p.m. Friends my call on Tuesday from 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at the Kays Creek Stake Center. He will be laid to rest at the Memorial Gardens of the Wasatch, Ogden.
|Bart Farnsworth||Jesse Le Roy Staheli|
Jesse Le Roy Staheli was married to Belle Truman Staheli Find A Grave Memorial# 59905.
These are my grandparents
|JJH||Find A Grave Memorial# 53568|
Please do not add the obituary i sent you for this memorial. Must of been sleeping, it is the wrong one.
Added by JJH on Sep 06, 2016 7:33 PM
|JJH||Lamar Lincoln Truman|
Find A Grave Memorial# 59858
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Idaho Falls Post Register June 30, 1961
Injuries Claim LaMar L Truman
LaMar L. Truman, 51, resident of Idaho Falls for the past three years, miner and stockman, died Thursday in the late afternoon of injuries suffered six weeks ago in a truck-train accident in Whitehall, Mont.
Mrs. Truman told his family that he had taken a sheep truck to Whitehall for a rancher in Montana and was on his way home when the accident occurred.
A bus following him and appeared as if it were trying to pass and he had been watching it closely. A high bank hid the train trucks and he did not see the train until he had gone onto the tracks and heard the train whistle.
He was taken to the St. James Hospital in Butte where he remained three weeks before being transferred to the Idaho Falls LDS Hospital.
The family reported that his injuries in the accident included a badly bruised heart, fractured collar bone a jay and lacerations about the face.
An autopsy is being performed to determine the exact extent of the injuries Mrs. Truman suffered in the accident.
He was born march 5, 1910, at Mesquite, Nev., the son of George A. and Josephine Leavitt Truman. His elementary education was received at Enterprise, Utah. He was married to Rema Clove in the St. George LDS Tempe Sept 19, 1934. Mr. Truman was a miner at Enterprise until 1939 at which time the family moved to Saticoy, Calif., where he ranched. They moved to Lima, Mont., in 1956 where he continued ranching for two years. In 1958 they came to Idaho Falls where he was connected with a soft water firm.
Besides his widow he is survived by his parents, living at Enterprise; and sons and daughters including Mrs. Janice Johnen, Ferrol L. Truman, Marlyne Truman and Linda Gayle Truman and Larry W. Truman, all of Idaho Falls; one granddaughter. Brothers and sisters living include Mrs. Golda Iverson, Cedar City; Mrs. Vera Harter, Mrs. LaVonda Hartley and Mrs. Venice Newland all of Kennewick, Wash.; Boyce Truman, Panguitch, Utah, Alvin Truman, Enterprise; Lloyd Truman, Cedar City.
Funeral services will be Saturday at 2 p.m. at the 8th LDS ward church with Bishop Glenn Westergard officiating. The family will meet friends at the Wood Funeral Home Friday from 7 until 9 p.m. and Saturday from 1 p.m. until time of services.
Interment will be in the Enterprise Cemetery in Utah.
Added by JJH on Aug 30, 2016 12:00 PM
|JJH||Leland "Lee" Holt|
Find A Grave Memorial# 60149
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Leland Alva Holt, age 90, died on March 7, 1992 at his home in Enterprise. He was born December 6, 1901 in Hebron, Utah to George Albert and Nancy Jane Hunt Holt. Lee was the youngest of ten children. He married Belle Bentley on December 9, 1925 in the St. George LDS Temple.
Leland was an active member of the LDS Church and served as ward teacher, in the young men's program and a secretary of the High Priests quorum for many years. He helped with the American Legion Rodeo for more than 20 years.
He is survived by his wife Belle of Enterprise and numerous nephews and nieces.
Funeral services will be held Thursday March 12, 1992 at 12:00 noon in the Enterprise 2nd and 3rd Ward Chapel. Friends may call Thursday morning from 10:30 AM until time of services at the Chapel. Interment in the Enterprise Cemetery under the direction of the Southern Utah Mortuary, Cedar City, Utah
Added by JJH on Aug 30, 2016 11:34 AM
|JJH||Heber Reed Truman|
Find A Grave Memorial# 59853
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Deseret News June 5, 1997
Heber Reed Truman, age 90, passed away Tuesday, June 3, 1997 in Salt Lake City, Utah.
He was born July 13, 1906 in Hebron, Utah, the 9th of 12 children born to Mary Jane Hunt and William Thomas Truman. He married Dorothy Snow on August 17, 1933 in the Salt Lake LDS Temple. They lived in Enterprise, Utah until 1967 and then moved to Salt Lake City. Although he roamed far from home, he always held a special place in his heart for those 'dear hearts and gentle people' who lived in his hometown. He was an active member of the LDS Church. He served as a missionary in the Northwestern States Mission, and as a member of the Enterprise Ward Bishopric. He was also a member of the Navada Stake High Council for many years. He was instrumental in the fund raising and building of the Enterprise Stake Center during the early 1950s. He was a farmer and cattle rancher who had a special love and dedication for the Enterprise Reservoir, serving as president of the Reservoir and Canal Company for a period of time. Throughout his sojourn here on earth, he touched many lives and leaves behind a legacy of helping others and giving of himself in countless ways.
He is survived by his wife, Dorothy; daughters, Diane (Spencer) Beckstrom, Glendora, California; LaRaine (Carl) Holland, Rosemary Ward Martineau, Kay (Mike) Harrison, all Salt Lake City, Utah; 16 grandchildren and 10 great-grandchildren. He was also survived by two sisters, Mrs. Rose (Arthur) Barlocker, St. George; Nellie (Grant) Clove, Enterprise. He was preceded in death by a son, Heber Douglas Truman; granddaughter, Leslie Ann Beckstrom; three brothers and six sisters.
Funeral services will be held on Saturday, June 7, 1997, at 3 p.m. in the Enterprise, Utah LDS Stake Center. Family and friends may call at the Stake Center one hour prior to the services. Interment will be in the Enterprise City Cemetery under the direction of Goff Mortuary, Salt Lake City.
Added by JJH on Aug 30, 2016 11:33 AM
|JJH||Nancy May Holt Terry|
Find A Grave Memorial# 53599
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he Salt Lake Tribune May 21, 1964
ENTERPRISE, Washington County
Mrs. Nancy May Holt Terry, 81, died of causes incident to age Tuesday, 6 p.m. at her home. Born April 29, 1883, Holts Ranch near Enterprise, to George Albert and Nancy Jane Hunt Holt. Married to Joseph Alma terry, Sept 2, 1902, St. George Tempe, Church of Jesus Christ of latter-days Saints. Attended Branch Normal Academy Cedar City. Active member, LDS church, Primary president 12 years and Relief Society Choir member. Survivors: husband, sons, daughters, Mrs. Alex (Mable) Bryan, Tooele, Mrs. R. H. (Hazel) Ruth, Milford, Beaver County; Durward, Merrill H., both Enterprise; Maeser W., St. George; 21 grandchildren, 30 great grandchildren. Funeral Saturday 1 p.m., Enterprise LDS Ward Chapel. Friends may call at family home Saturday 10 a.m. until services. Burial, Winsor Hill Cemetery.
Added by JJH on Aug 30, 2016 11:31 AM
|JJH||Dora Malinda Holt Clove|
Find A Grave Memorial# 60257
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ENTERPRISE - Washington County - Dora Melinda Holt Clove, 77, Enterprise, died March 16, 1972, at home of natural causes.
Born April 2, 1894, Holt Ranch, Washington County, to George Albert and Nancy Jane Hunt Holt. Married Neils Ivor Barnhurst Clove, Sept. 23, 1913, St. George Temple. Member DUP and LDS Church.
Survivors: husband; sons, daughters, Mrs. Rema Truman, St. George; Mrs. Joseph (Mary Jane) Rondo, West Covina, Calif., Mrs. Peter (Marie) Sorensen, Oregon; Grant, Newell, both Enterprise; George Albert, Hurricane, Dennis, Murray; 23 grandchildren; 36 great grandchildren, b brothers, Heber, Leland A., both Enterprise, Sister, Mrs. Milda Murray, Murray.
Funeral Saturday 1 p.m., Enterprise Ward Chapel, where friends call two hours before services. Burial, Enterprise Cemetery.
Added by JJH on Aug 30, 2016 11:26 AM
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