sturdy, patricia hansen
fun-loving, in he he is as at E. to in of of. he and created great memories. For the last year and a half they have served together at the St. George Care Center as a calling for the LDS church. Ken loved this calling and loved the ones he served with, as well as the ones he served. Ken had many friends through life. He enjoyed seeing old friends and the making of new ones. He will be greatly missed by all. Ken's biggest love in life was his family. He was a very special dad to his two girls. There was a great love between them. They loved to watch ball games, go to rodeos, and attend NASCAR events whenever whenever possible. We will miss you, Daddy. He is survived by his wife Betty, daughters, Amy and Julie, and Aunt, Fern Dilley of Muscatine, IA. He is preceded in death by his son, David Scott, parents, Jewell and Lester, and Uncle, Thomas Dilley of Muscatine, IA. Funeral services will be held Saturday, August 6, 2005, at 11:00 a.m. in the River Road Chapel under the direction of Heideman Mortuary. Family and friends may call one hour prior to services. Patricia Hansen Vowles Sturdy 891931-812005 891931-812005 891931-812005 Patricia Ver-neice Ver-neice Ver-neice Hansen Vowles Sturdy, age 73, passed away from can-cer.on can-cer.on can-cer.on August 1, 2005 in Sterling, Utah. She was born on August 9, 1931 in Brigham City, Utah to Antone Christian and Vesta Verneice Woodland Hansen. She was raised in Willard, Utah, and attended Weber State College and graduated graduated from Brigham Young University with a degree in education. She married Robert Orval Vowles in Logan, Utah in 1951. They had a family of nine children. They divorced in 1981. Patricia married Joseph Frederick Sturdy in 1986 in Salt Lake City. She lived in Centerville, Ogden, St George, and Oak City, Utah. She was a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Latter-day Latter-day Saints. Served in all the auxiliary organizations of the Church. She and her husband served missions for the Church to Cebu Phillippines, Bangkok Thailand, Cove Fort Utah and the Manti Temple. She also participated participated in the historic re-enactment re-enactment re-enactment of the Mormon Pioneer Wagon Trek in 1997. Preceded in death by father: Antone Hansen; step-father: step-father: step-father: Charles C. Braegger; granddaughter: granddaughter: Patricia Carter. Survived by her husband: Joseph F. Sturdy, Sterling, UT; mother: Verneice Braegger, Willard, UT; brothers: Raymond A. (Lois) Hansen, Willard; Gary C. (Patty) Braegger, Chula Vista, CA. Sister-in-law: Sister-in-law: Sister-in-law: Sister-in-law: Sister-in-law: Katherine S. (Richard) Whitman, Green Valley, AZ. Children: Sharlynn V. Carter, St. George; Scott H. (Kristine) Vowles, Queen Creek, AZ; Michael R. (Lucinda) ui.i;.....,:i.ui.a i ..i.ij f Vowles, Orem; Jill (David) Schrock, Temecula, CA; Kit C. (Valerie) Vowles, St. George; Nannette (Clark) Hinton, Glendale, AZ; Brad C. (Karolyn) Vowles, Las Vegas, NV; Heidi (Robert) Chappell, Mesa, AZ; Melinda (David) Smith, Queen Creek, AZ. Her step-children: step-children: step-children: step-children: Lenore S. (John) Ashby, Bucharest, Romania; Joseph F. (Pauline) Sturdy Jr., Salt Lake City; Sheila S. (Daniel) White, Winsor, Canada; Geraldine S. (Rick) Winkler, Moab; Samuel Sturdy, Granite; JoyAnn Sturdy, Granite. Also nearly 100 grandchildren, great-grandchildren great-grandchildren great-grandchildren and step-grandchildren. step-grandchildren. step-grandchildren. Funeral services will be held on Monday August 8, 2005 at 1 1 am in the Oak City 2nd Ward. Friends may call at the church on Monday, 9:30-10:45 9:30-10:45 9:30-10:45 am. Interment will be in the Taylorsville Cemetery. Robert Lee Gilmore ST. GEORGE Robert Lee Gilmore, 82, August 2, 2005 in St. George, Utah. He was born August 19, 1922" in Havana, Kansas to Cecil Henderson Gil- Gil- more and Jesse Lee Gilmore. He ." married Ruth Bernice Wallin Gilmore in Tooele, Utah on September 1, 1943; sealed in the Idaho Falls Temple in 1958. Robert (Bob) was raised in Kansas and moved west in his later High School years to Oakdale, California where he graduated and entered the US Navy. He served in the Pacific during during the early months of World War II, returning to the states and work at the Tooele Ordinance Depot. His career was in the construction field, raising from carpenter to Construction Manager for Kaiser Engineers, Fluor Corporation, and Parsons Engineering and Construction Company. His career provided his family a life of travel, including most of the United States, and many foreign countries. countries. He was noted locally for "retirement" activities as residential residential contractor, real estate sales, and caring neighbor. He is survived by his wife of 62 years, Ruth Bernice Gilmore; children: children: Jennie Rapp, Houston, Texas; Cecil Ann McCann, Seattle, Washington; and Robert Dee Gilmore, North Bend, Washington, their spouses and families. He has 12 grandchildren and 14 great grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his parents of Poison, Montana, and sister, Lola Mae Hevener, of St. George. Funeral services will be Saturday, August 6, at 1 1 :00 AM, at Metcalf Mortuary, St. George. There will be a visitation from 9:30 to 10:30 AM preceding the memorial memorial service. Interment will be in the Tonaquint Cemetery, under the direction of Metcalf Mortuary. The family wishes to thank Dr. Gregory Price and staff and the hospice staff of Odyssey Health Care for their loving and caring service. service.