Obit Calvin Wilson

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Obit Calvin Wilson - Mary Ellen (Nell) Parkinson TOQUER- TOQUER-...
Mary Ellen (Nell) Parkinson TOQUER- TOQUER- fTTr VII I F - Marv L . Ellen (Nell) Morris Parkinson passed away in her home in Toquerville on Oct. 8, 2001. Mary Ellen was known most of her life as Nell. She was born on September 10, 1906, in Greenville, Utah, to Joseph H and Emily R Morris as one of seven children. She was raised in Greenville, Utah, until she met and married Tom Parkinson. Most of their married life they lived on their farm in Pintura. After Tom retired, they moved to Toquerville where they spent the remainder of their lives. She was an active member of the LDS church and held many positions in the Toquerville ward. She was an accomplished homemaker' who enjoyed canning home grown fruits and vegetables. She was an excellent excellent cook and collector of recipes and poems. Her beautiful handwork will be enjoyed by her family for many years to come. She is survived by three children: Claude (Clara) of Delta, UT, Lynn (Joy) of Jemez Springs, NM, and Deanna (Greg) of Thatcher, AZ. 16 grandchildren, 45 great grandchildren, grandchildren, and three great great grandchildren. grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her parents, three sisters and two brothers, her husband and grandson. Services will be held Monday Oct. 15 at 10:00 a.m. in the Toquerville Ward Chapel. Friends may call Sunday evening from 6 to 7 at Spilsbury and Beard Mortuary in Hurricane or prior to services. In Lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to Hospice Services. Contact David Isom, Hurricane, UT, (435) 586-9400. 586-9400. 586-9400. Calvin Wilson HATCH Calvin Wilson, age 90, died October 10, 2001, in Panguitch, Utah. Born November 25, 1910, hi Hillsdale, Utah, to Jesse Stephen Wilson and Keziah Rebecca Wilson. Married Ruthe Bamhurst on June 9, 1937 in A t LI the St. George, Utah, Temple. Veteran of the US Army during World War II. Calvin graduated from Panguitch High School, and lived at Wilson Canyon and Hatch most of his life. He worked in the timber industry and as a cattle rancher and farmer. He enjoyed dancing in his younger years, and also enjoyed reading. He was an active member of the LDS Church and served in many callings. Survivors include his wife Ruthe Wilson of Hatch, Utah; children Curtis Tachine Wilson of Salt Lake City and Charlotte (Wilford) Lane of Coppermine, Arizona; sister Leora Sawyer; and grandchildren Christopher, MacArthur, Gordon, Vernon, Veronica, and Jeremy. He was preceded in death by grandson Conan Jay Wilson, and brothers & sisters Eunice Cope, Mary Agnes Wilson, Jesse Stephen Wilson, Wellington Paul Wilson, George Deliverance Wilson, Rebecca Wilson, Don' Carlos Wilson, and Rulon MdBride Wilson.' Funeral services will be held Saturday, October 13, 2001, at 11:00 AM in the Hatch, Utah, LDS Chapel. Viewing will be held from 9:30 to 10:45 AM at the chapel on Saturday. Burial will be in the Hillsdale Cemetery under the direction of Mosdell Mortuary of Kanab. Steven Hatch PANGUITCH - On October 9, 2001, among the thick Timber of Yankee Meadow, our wonderful husband, father, grandpa and friend, Steven Glen Hatch left us to return to his father, Jesse Vee, his mother Nina, his brother Jesse Ray, and his best friend Roger Jacobsen. He found his God in nature, and shared this deep respect with all who knew him. A quiet servant, who was quick to fulfill unspoken needs of those unable to do them for themselves. themselves. His most joyous moments were spent camping with his wife and children, children, horseback riding with his boys, and spending countless hours with his granddaughters. His grace, kindness, and love touched those of us lucky enough to know him. H

Clipped from The Daily Spectrum12 Oct 2001, FriMain EditionPage 5

The Daily Spectrum (Saint George, Utah)12 Oct 2001, FriMain EditionPage 5
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