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Rebecca Dawn Martinez LAVER-KIN LAVER-KIN LAVER-KIN - Rebecca Rebecca Dawn Martinez.age 50, our loving wife, mother, daughter, sister sister and friend, returned peacefully to her Heavenly Father's' arms on Tuesday, September 30, 2008 Rebecca Rebecca was bom on December 18, 1957 to Bill and Jerry Williams, Williams, in Las Vegas, Nevada. She grew up with her three brothers, Kevin, Shawn and Brian in Sandy, Utah. Shortly after, her family moved back to Las Vegas where she met her future husband, Isaac Martinez. Martinez. They married on June 17, 1978 in the SL George Temple. Over the next 1 0 years they brought into the world seven children. Soon after, they settled in LaVerkin, Utah where they continued to raise their family. She is survived by her husband, Isaac Martinez of LaVerkin; children William (Trisha) Martinez of LaVerkin, LaVerkin, Heather (Jason) Millar of LaVerkin, Phillip (Taliah) Martinez of Las Vegas, NV, Lonnie of LaVerkin, Jammie , of Las Vegas, NV, and Tiffany and Brittany of LaVerkin. She also left behind her 11 grandchildren, grandchildren, her parents, Bill and Jerry Williams of Castledale, UT, and her brothers Shawn and Brian Williams of Utah. She is preceded in death by her grandmother, Dawn Orn, and brother Kevin Williams. Funeral services will be held Monday, October 6, 2008, 11:00 a.m. at the LaVerkin Stake Center, 481 N. Main, LaVerkin, UT. Visitation Visitation will take place 9:00 to 10:30 a.m., prior to services at the Stake Center. Interment Interment will be at the Toquerville City Cemetery. Arrangements are made under the direction of Spils-bury Spils-bury Spils-bury Mortuary, 110 S. Bluff St., St. George, UT (435) 673-2454. 673-2454. 673-2454. Friends and family are invited to offer their condolences' condolences' at www.spilsbury Click on the dove. Donald Elwood Waagen Donald Elwood Elwood Waagen, Waagen, age 69, went home to his Heavenly Father on Friday, Friday, Oct. 3, 2008, while being held in the arms of his wife at home after a 3 n year battle with cancer. Don was bom November November 8, 1938 in Salt Lake City, Utah, the son of Frederick Wesley and Wilma Christina Hansen Waagen. He attended local Salt Lake City schools including West High School. Shortly before completing High School in 1957 he joined the United States Coast Guard, leaving his Utah home for California and beyond. He was stationed stationed at life boat stations and light houses and was involved with many search and rescue operations and protecting the K 7- 7- United States territorial waters waters in the Northern California bay area, the Sacramento delta, Alaska, and Kuri Island until he retired in 1977 after 22 years of service with the rank of Chief. He developed a great love for his country and was a true patriot. On September 10, 1958, he married Antoinette (Toni) Skousen in Salt Lake City, Utah and took her with him to California. She died September September 1, 1966 and this was one of the enormous burdens of his life. He remarried in 1966 to Duff Ellen Redlick which ended in divorce, after which he remarried in 1976 to Linda Gail Camezon which also ended in divorce. After his retirement from the Coast Guard in 1977 he lived in Pinole, Pinole, California and worked in the heating and air conditioning conditioning trade for 13 years, retiring for the second time in 1991. He and his family enjoyed many great times at Clear Lake, California boating and water skiing. He was also a San Francisco 49er fan and loved to watch them play through both good and bad years. On April 14, 1990 he married married Barbara Kay Wiseman in the Los Angeles Temple. They bought a new home in Vacaville, California. He worked for the City of Vacaville Vacaville as the Maintenance Supervisor Supervisor for the local Water Treatment Plant. He loved his Hartey Davidson motorcycles, and rides with his wife Barbara Barbara on the back and also with his other friends on longer road trips. His Vacaville stay was a growing time in his life. He learned so much from the many opportunities he had to serve as an active member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Latter-day Latter-day Saints. He served as High Priest Group leader plus as a member of a bishopric bishopric for 6 years. He retired for the third time and he and his wife Barbara came back to Utah in 2001 and bought a home in Hurricane, Utah. He again had wonderful opportunities opportunities and served as Ward Mission Leader, Primary Teacher, Gospel Doctrine Teacher, Member Locator Missionary and until recently as an ordinance worker in the Saint George Temple. Most of all he learned that service service was the key to a happy and abundant life. Through his labors many lives were changed forever. He is survived by his wife, Barbara Kay Waagen of Hurricane, Hurricane, Utah. Also his children Donald Everett (Jan) Waagen of Tucson, Arizona; Tanya Lyn (Scott) Hunt of Monroe, Utah; and David Terrell Waagen Waagen of Walnut Creek, California. California. Also step daughters; Karen (Bob) Carrie of Los Altos, Altos, California; Jennifer (Paul) Ahlstrom of Sandy, Utah and Sondra Lee (Clete) Hudgens of Provo, Utah. Plus 19 beloved beloved grand children.. Also surviving are sisters; Dorothy Evelyn Waagen of Salt Lake City, Utah; Loa Mae Mulhol-land Mulhol-land Mulhol-land of West Jordan, Utah and brother Richard Frederick Waagen of West Valley, Utah. He was preceded in death by his wife, Antoinette Skousen, his parents and his brother John William Waagen. Our special thanks for the compassionate care Don received from Dr. Joseph Te and his staff in Saint rarge, Dr. Wolfram Samlows'i and his staff in Las Vegasi, Nevada, Nevada, and Southern vxUtah hospice care, especially 1 Lisa Ross, who was a true aijigel. Our love and thanks to titt of them for their love, care nd concern. ; Funeral services will be Tuesday, October 7 at 1 V : 00 am Hurricane 15th Ward Chapel Chapel at 1178 South 700 West, Hurricane. Friends may c till Monday, October 6 at fi:00 pm at the Hurricane Mortuary at 140 North Main Street and prior to the funeral services; from 9:30 to 10:30 am at th' Hurricane 15th Ward Chape I . Interment will take place in the Wasatch Lawn Memoria il Park in Salt Lake City, Utar l on Wednesday, October 15,, 2008 at 3:00 p.m. In lieu of flowers, donations -may -may be made to Huntsman Cancer Center, Salt Lake City, Utah or Nevada Cancer Institute, Las Vegas, Nevada. Arrangements are made under the direction of Spils-bury Spils-bury Spils-bury Mortuary, 1 1 6 South Bluff Street, Saint George Utah. (435) 673-2454. 673-2454. 673-2454. Friends and tamily are invited to offer their condolences at Robert Smith Hendricks S T . GEORGE -Robert -Robert Smith Hendricks passed away on October 3, 2008 at age 79. He was born September September 27, 1 929 to Thomas Alma Hendricks and Inez Larsen Hendricks in Cove, Utah. He was married to Ger-aldine Ger-aldine Ger-aldine Nielsen in the Idaho Falls, Idaho LDS Temple on November 24, 1948., He is survived by his wife, 5 children, 21 grandchildren and 14 great grandchildren. His children are; Karen (Mel) Wittwer (St. George, UT), Susan Susan (Jim) Clawson (Chariot- (Chariot- tesville, VA), Steven (Tammy) Hendricks (Atascadero, CA), Ellen (Brad) Duncan (Idaho Falls, ID), and Amy (Duane) Bascom (West Jordan, UT). He attended North Cache High School, Richmond, Utah and graduated in 1947. He graduated from Idaho State University College of Pharmacy, Pharmacy, 1952. While attending Idaho State University he was President of the Sophomore class, President of the Phi Delta Chi, a Pharmacy Fraternity, Fraternity, and was Vice President President of his Senior class. He practiced his profession for 40 years and was active in State and local pharmacy associations associations serving many years in many capacities as an officer in both including President. Was awarded Idaho Parma-cist Parma-cist Parma-cist of the year in 1990 for his contributions to his profession and community. He participated as a volunteer volunteer in the St. George Live summer presentations, portraying portraying Jacob Hamblin, for many years. He was a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Later-day Later-day Later-day Saints. He served in many capacities including teacher. Bishop, High Council, Council, clerk, temple worker, and many others. He and his wife served three missions for the Church, St. George Temple ,

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