Danny Darrel Hedlund

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Danny Darrel Hedlund - Danny Darrel Hedlund Feb. 2, 1953 -Oct. -Oct....
Danny Darrel Hedlund Feb. 2, 1953 -Oct. -Oct. 3, 2003 Danny Darrel Hedlund, 50, returned returned to his Heavenly Father peacefully, in his home in Prescott Valley, AZ on October 3, 2003, after a long battle with cancer. He was born in San Diego, CA, to Robert and Joann Hedlund on February 2, 1953. He married Jacquelyn Rae Pierce in 1974 in Orange County, CA. He moved to Cedar City in 1975 to attend S.U.S.C. on a full track scholarship. Danny was known in town as Deli Dan. He owned and operated a franchise franchise of Deli Dan Sandwiches to all of the surrounding convenience stores. Later in life he divorced and married Kelly Sims on November 21, 1992. Danny was a wonderful husband, father and man to all those who knew and loved him. Danny is survived by his wife, Kelly Hedlund; six children: Diana Larson of Salt Lake City; Jennifer Stevens of St. George; Jason Hedlund of Paragonah; Megan Hedlund of Phoenix, AZ; Amanda Hedlund of Flagstaff, AZ; Taylor Hedlund of Prescott Valley, AZ; seven grandchildren; his mother, Joann Phillips; one brother, Roy; and three sisters, Linda, Judy and Elizabeth. Funeral services were held on October 6, 2003 in Prescott Valley, . is A2. Interment in Cedar City Cemetery was held on October 8, 2003. Earl Kenneth Sherratt WASHINGTON WASHINGTON CITY -Earl -Earl Kenneth Sherratt, 95, passed away on October 6, 2003 at his home in Washington City, Utah. Earl was born on May 30, 1908 at Cedar City, Utah to James Bulloch and Sarah Heyborne Sherratt. At age 11, Earl left with his parents to live in Los Angeles, California. At age 19, Earl returned to Cedar City to become engaged to Halley Barton. They returned to Los Angeles and were married in a civil ceremony in Santa Ana, California on June 6, 1927. They later were sealed in the St. George Temple on October 26, 1950. They remained faithful and active members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Latter-day Latter-day Saints for the remainder of their lives. Earl held many different positions within the church, including Counselor in the Bishopric of the Yucaipa Wardand served on three consecutive Stake Missions as President. His real love was that of Missionary Work. In 1968 Earl and Haley retired and moved to Mantua, Utah where they were readily accepted into the community, and Earl served on the water district's board of directors. They moved to Washington, Utah in 1971 to be closer to their children and grandchildren, who were still liv

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  1. The Daily Spectrum,
  2. 09 Oct 2003, Thu,
  3. Main Edition,
  4. Page 20

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