Davis County Clipper from Bountiful, Utah (2024)

612630 20 County Clipper DavisObituaries Thursday, September 20, 2001 John Haskell Anna June 'Hack' Jolley Dolbeer Wight that "inasmuch as ye have done it unto one of the least of these my brethren, ye have done it unto me." As a result, many can count Hack as a true friend. Hack listened well and often provided wise advice to his family and friends. He faithfully served his Church in many positions, including five years as the bishop of the Lovell 4th Ward. He enjoyed many activities including golfing, skiing, fishing, camping, boating, cycling, and running. After spending most of his life in Lovell, Hack and Janean recently moved to Utah to be closer to their family.

Hack is survived by his wife, Janean of Bountiful, Utah; two daughters, Jeri Jolley of Salt Lake City and Jan Cozzens (Chris) of North Salt Lake, Utah; son, Scott Jolley (Penne) of Salt Lake City; and 10 grandchildren. He is preceded in death by his parents and sister, Barbara Jeffs. Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 22, 2001, at the Lovell Wyoming Stake Center.

Friends may visit from 7-9 p.m. Friday, Sept. 21 at the Haskell Funeral Home, 459 Nevada Avenue, Lovell, Wyo. Online guest book and direction map at www.russonmortuary.com Anna June her husband. led, sis Dolbeer Wight, 88, ter, Dorothy and died Friday, Sept.

14, brother. Fred 2001, at Lakeview Dolbeer. Survived by Hospital, Bountiful, her sons. led Utah. and Ray She was born June R.

(Judy): eight grand 4,1913, in Boise, Idaho, children: 23 great to Fred J. and Myrtle grandchildren: one Wray Dolbeer. brother. Bill Dolbeer Her mother died in (Celia) of Boise. 1918 and she was Idaho.

raised by Anna Willis Dolbeer, her Services will be held Friday. stepmother. Sept. 21, at 11 a.111. al the She married Theodore J.

Wight Bountiful 14th Ward. 1500 South in Salt Lake City, May 29, 1931. 600 East. She grew up in Pocatello, Friends may call Thursday Idaho and after her marriage she evening from 6:30 8:30 p.m. at the lived in Omaha, Glenns Russon Brothers Bountiful Ferry, Idaho; Ogden, Utah; and Mortuary, 295 N.

Main and Friday lived many years in Provo, Utah, one hour preceding the services at where she raised her sons and the church. operated a music store. Interment-Orem City CemJune had a great love of travel etery. and the arts and was an accom- Online guest book and direc plished painter. tion map at She was preceded in death by ary.com.

Michael Gray PEORIA, ILL. Mike passed away September 12, 2001 in Peoria after a long illness resulting from a car accident 12 years ago. Mike was born August 6, 1953 in Peoria. He is survived by his parents Mick and Mary Lou Gray, Bountiful; his grandmother, Vira Williams: Canton; three daughters, Teresa Ebert, Washington, Sandra Clifford, Bolingbrook, and Danielle Gray, Henry, one granddaughter, three sisters, Candy Wadsworth. Draper: Laura Ice Cantwell, Lake Como.

Italy and Jacque Gray, Florence. Italy: two brothers, Paul H. Gray, Layton and Steven L. Gray. Los Angeles.

Calit A special thanks to R. W. Gitav and Doris Gray who served as caregivers and his grandmother who raised him to be the great man he was. Burial was held Wednesdav. Sept.

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A private family He was born July gathering will be held 25,1910 in Centerville Friday, Sept. 21, 2001, to Joseph Henry and at 10 a.m. at the Ruth Cuthers Russon Brothers Bettridge. Bountiful Mortuary, He married Edith 295 North Main. Sheldon 1931.

She preceded him Graveside services will be held in death 1989. Friday, Sept. 21,2001, at 11 a.m. at He spent several years work- the Centerville City Cemetery. In ing at oil refineries.

He played lieu of flowers, those wishing may baseball, was an 1 avid fisherman, send a contribution to the and enjoyed bowling. AmericanCancer Society. Online He is survived by daughter guest book and direction map at Marlene (Harvey) Clark of www.russonmortuary.com. Kathleen Hogan Kathleen Jackson Hogan passed away peacefully at her home Sept. 17,2001, in the company of her family at the age of 79.

Kathleen was born to Ada and Fredrick Pollendine on May 14, 1922 in Los Angeles, Calif. As a young girl she grew up playing in the hills of Los Angeles with her collie Prince and to the day of her passing held that time as one of her most cherished memories. Graduated from George Washington High School in San Francisco in 1939. Married Donald. J.

Kundinger 1943, divorced in 1966. Married Jerold Hogan in 1967 and began the happiest years of her life. Mom and Dad shared 34 years of marriage and were together at the end. Kay was the record room superintendent at the Salt Lake Clinic until her retirement in 1987. Her retirement saw her and Dad traveling, spending time with their children and grandchildren, working in her beloved garden, and sharing in their lives.

Kathleen is survived by her LOVELL, WYO. Hack Jolley, age 68, passed away Saturday, Sept. 15, 2001, at his home in Bountiful, Utah, after a long battle with cancer. Hack will be remembered by his family, church members, and community for his' many acts of loving service. In his quiet, gentle manner he made lasting impressions on all those whose lives he touched.

Hack was born New Year's Eve, December 31, 1932, in Lovell, Wyo. to Merrill Alva and Lucilla Robertson Jolley. Hack was born and raised in Lovell and attended Utah State University in Logan, Utah. He graduated with a degree in accounting, later obtaining his certificate to practice as a Certified Public Accountant. While in Logan, he met and married his sweetheart, Janean Call June 17, 1955, in the LDS, Logan Temple.

He was successful in business and provided well for his family in various fields (ranching, farming, insurance agency with his parents, real estate, and banking). For many years, Hack was a Director at First National Bank and Big Horn Federal Savings and Loan. Hack loved his family and the people he served. He was always looking for ways to help others. He understood well and demonstrated the Savior's admonition husband, Jerry; sons, Steven Kundinger, Donald Kundinger II, Jerry Ray Hogan, Herb Lander; daughters, Jill Lander, Marel Norwood Kundinger and Pamela Kundinger, Linda Hogan, Angie Hogan; eight grandchildren; many greatgrandchildren and her brother Fredrick Pollendine.

Preceded in death by her son Randy Hogan. A memorial service will be held at the Russon Brothers Bountiful Mortuary, 295 North Main on Saturday, Sept. 22, 2001, at 1 p.m. where all Mom's friends are welcome to attend. The family would like to give special thanks to grandson Michael Kundinger who helped Jerry in caring for Mom in the last years.

Additional thanks to caregivers at Bountiful Community Hospital and the Bountiful Hospice who made Mom's return home possible. In lieu of flowers, contributions to the Alzheimer's Foundation would be appreciated. Online guest book at www.russonmortuary.com. BE A WINNER! Buying or Selling, The Classiads Finish First. Just give us a call to place your ad Classiads 295-2251 Tip of the Week from Barlow State Safety Inspections Mandatory: but do they reveal roadworthiness? "My car passed the safety systems will help assure that inspection, isn't it roadwor- your car will start.

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