USA: Utah Deaths

Betty Ann Gillespie COOK, Our loving wife, mother, grandmother, great-grandmother, sister, aunt, and friend, Betty Louise Gillespie Cook, age 82, passed away November 19, 2005, at her home in Goshen. She was born June 19, 1923, in Eureka, Utah, to Robert Francis and Florence Jones Gillespie. She married Charles Ray Cook, September 18, 1946, in Eureka. Betty was a graduate of Tintic High School and Holy Cross School of Nursing in 1945. She worked as a Registered Nurse and Director of Nurses at Payson Hospital, in medical records at Mt. View Hospital, as the Public Health Nurse for Juab, Millard, and Sevier counties, and at Hales Care Center, Crestview Care Center, and El Rancho Care Center. She was a member of St. Patrick’s Catholic Church and Goshen Senior Citizens. She enjoyed bowling, senior citizens, crocheting, puzzles of all kinds, and playing the organ. Her greatest joy was helping and caring for others.

She is survived by her husband, Charles; children: Judy (Rand) Wightman, Eureka; George (Jan) Cook, North Salt Lake; Pat (Terry) Wilde, Goshen; eight grandchildren, six great-grandchildren; a brother, Dick (Shirley) Gillespie, Holladay; and several nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her parents; sisters, Kathryn Carlson and Dorothy Nelson Richards; and brothers, Robert and George Gillespie. A viewing was held at Holladay-Brown Funeral Home, 66 South 300 East, Santaquin, on Tuesday, November 22, from 6-8 p.m., with a Rosary at 8 p.m. Graveside services  held Wednesday at 11 a.m. in the Goshen City Cemetery.


Agnes  Gillespie death 1882 Utah.

Albert Enklund Gillespie 1891 – 1943 Utah. Father Alex Gillespie. Mother Ann

Alexander Gillespie death 1906 Utah. Father Alexander Gillespie. Mother Mary A Mckenley

Alexander Scott Gillespie 1862 – 1942 Utah. Father Alexander Gillespie. Mother Mary Cook

Amy Gillespie 1903 – 1909 Utah. Father John S Gillespie. Mother Mary A Haywood

Annie Elizabeth Williams McLaws Gillespie 1907 ~ 2009 Annie  passed away on December 3, 2009 at the age of 102. She was born August 16, 1907 in Liambradach, England. She came to the states when she was 3 years old. She was the oldest of 3 children born to William Matthew and Alice Maade Pritchard Williams. Her two younger brothers, Gilbert and Russell have both passed away. Her father was in charge of the mines so the areas in which they lived did not offer much in schooling. She always attended a one room school house that went to the 8th grade. She later attended a business college. She worked for H.L. Pratt Attorney at Law in Price, Utah. She also worked at Hudson Fur Company. She loved to tell the story of selling two hats to Jack Dempsey’s mother. She has lived in Utah most of her life, but has also lived in CO, NV and CA.  Annie married Eugene McLaws on March 12, 1932. He passed away December 3, 1969. She married Alex A. Gillespie in the Salt Lake Temple on January 4, 1974. He passed away April 1994. She worked in the Provo Temple for many years and served as a visiting teacher in Tooele, American Fork and Provo. She is survived by several nieces and nephews. Graveside services was held at 1:00 p.m., Wednesday, December 9, 2009 in the Tooele City Cemetery, 265 South 100 East, Tooele, Utah. Friends  called Wednesday morning from 10:00-11:00 a.m. at Berg Mortuary of Provo, 185 East Center Street.

Annie D Gillespie death 1896 Utah. Father Emanuel Olvason. Mother Annie C.

Annie Larsen Gillespie 1856 – 1940 Utah. Father Niels Peter Larsen. Mother Karen K Swenson

Arthur Gillespie 1888 – 1938 Utah. Father Peter Gillespie. Mother Ellen Foland.


Bradley Glenn Gillespie 1925 – 1931 Utah. Father Glen G Gillespie. Mother Phillis Bononellie


Catherie Gillespie death 1920 Utah. Father Hamdon S Beattie. Mother Helen Clawson.

Charlotte Gillespie death 1894 Utah. Father Thomas Gillespie. Mother Charlotte Gillespie

Charlotte Louise Gillespie 1868 – 1925 Utah. Father Owen Jones. Mother Mary Louise Hudson.

Christine Young Gillespie, sister, mother, grandmother, great-grandmother and friend to all, passed peacefully on May 12, 2019 in Bountiful UT. Her family is grateful she is now free of pain and suffering. Born on December 25, 1936 in Spanish Fork UT to W. Floyd and Ellen Warner Young. Chris graduated from Spanish Fork High School and later attended Stevens-Henager College. She married Harvey Douglas Gillespie of Tooele, Utah, although they later divorced, they had 4 children together.

Chris dedicated her life to serving her family and friends, including her children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren. She was a faithful member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and served in many callings including 16 years in the Salt Lake temple where she made enduring friendships.

She enjoyed crafts, gardening and to the delight of many was a very talented baker and candy maker. In her younger years she enjoyed adventures, exploring and backpacking the less traveled areas of southern Utah with her father. She was always serving and ministering to others; making sure no one felt left out. A lover of pets, she cherished her many canine companions throughout her life.

Chris was employed with Centerville Police Department for 27 years from February 1975 until she retired in July of 2002. She enjoyed serving the residents of Centerville and loved the relationships with her co-workers. She has been and will always be missed by her Centerville Police Department family. Last year Centerville Police Department implemented the “Chris Gillespie Excellence Award” to recognize those who show excellence in service, Chris was the first recipient of this award.

Chris is survived by her sister Marolyn Leetham, four children, Tammy Roberts (Ed), Julie Steggell, Michael (Sue) Gillespie and Elayna (Pete) Helmick, ten grandchildren, and fourteen great grandchildren. Chris is preceded in death by her father and mother, brothers Delbert and Myron and her son-in-law Edwin Roberts.

We are grateful to all who lovingly cared for Chris during her final days. Funeral Services was held at 10 a.m., Saturday, May 18, 2019 at Walker Mortuary 187 S Main St, Spanish Fork, Utah.  A viewing was held from 9 am to 9:45 am prior to the service on Saturday, May 18, 2019 at Walker Mortuary.  Interment was at the Spanish Fork City Cemetery.

Clinton Gillespie Utah
Clinton Gillespie Utah

Clinton Gillespie, 98, beloved father, husband, grandfather and great-grandfather passed away from complications incident to old age on 15 December 2023 in Riverton, Utah. He lived a full, interesting and exemplary life, active and strong to the end. He was born 20 July 1925, in Tooele, Utah, the first of three children of Gilbert Green and Vera Bryan Gillespie.

He graduated valedictorian of Tooele High School in May 1943, in the midst of World War II, and entered the United States Army Air Corps at Fort Douglas in Salt Lake City on 15 November 1943. After graduating from Navigation School in February 1945, he served in the Pacific Theater, including Shanghai, Beijing, and Kunming, China from September 1945-August 1946. After transferring to the newly created U.S. Air Force in 1947, he attended Pilot Training at Randolph AFB, Texas and graduated from Advanced Pilot Training at Williams AFB, Arizona in October 1948. During 35 years of military service, he served as a fighter pilot and flew 185 combat missions in the F-84 and F-86 aircraft during the Korean War (1951-52), and 85 combat missions in the Vietnam War in the F-4D Phantom (1968-69). He culminated his Air Force career as Group Commander of flying training at Craig AFB, Alabama, Wing Commander of technical training at Chanute AFB, Illinois, and Director of Plans and Programs at NATO’s Airsouth Headquarters in Naples, Italy, retiring from active duty in July 1978.

While attending the University of Utah under the Air Force AFIT program, he met, fell in love with and was sealed to Elma Oldham in the Salt Lake Temple on 21 March 1958 by Elder LeGrand Richards. He graduated from the U with High Honors in December 1958 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering. As an Air Force couple, Clint and Elma lived much of their married life in the mission field where they raised six children, one daughter and five sons.

Clint loved the Lord, was a devoted member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, and during his life served in a great variety of callings including Branch President in Vicenza, Italy and Selma, Alabama; Stake Presidency counselor in Champaign, Illinois; District President in Naples, Italy; High Councilor and Patriarch in the Sandy Utah Granite Stake; and Sealer in the Jordan River and Draper Utah Temples. He served four full-time church missions with Elma as his devoted companion: as President of the Italy Rome Mission (1980-83), as a counselor in the Bern Switzerland Temple Presidency (1994-96), as a District Leader in the Seoul Korea Temple (1997-99), and as a temple worker and counselor in the MTC Presidency in Madrid Spain (2001-02). In his post-military career, Clint worked in the Church Physical Facilities Department in Salt Lake City from 1983-94, and subsequently served service missions in that department and in the Church Translation Department.

He was preceded in death by his beloved wife, Elma (2006), and by his parents, brother Allan, sister Marjorie, and great-granddaughter Avery. He is survived by his children, Robin (Mark) Pearce, Sandy; Scott (Marianne) Gillespie, Yorktown, Virginia; Paul (Yvonne) Gillespie, Syracuse; John (Stacey) Gillespie, Layton; William (Elaina) Gillespie, Heber; and Daniel (Laura) Gillespie, Syracuse; 26 grandchildren, and 19 great-grandchildren.

Funeral services was held Friday, December 22, 2023 at 11:00 in the Sandy Granite Stake Center Chapel, 2535 E Newcastle Drive. Friends and family called  from 9:30-10:45 a.m. at the church prior to services. Interment will be in the Tooele City Cemetery.

Cyrel  David W Gillespie 1887 – 1889 Utah.  Father James. Mother Hannah J


Elizabeth Gillespie 1859 – 1920 Utah. Father Archibald Buchanan. Mother Sarah Mcmurrin

Ellen Folland Gillespie 1851 – 1936 Utah. Father Henry Folland. Mother Harriet Wright

Elliott Leon Gillespie death 1892 – 1945 Utah. Father William Gillespie. Mother Sarah Jane Lees

Emma Millvina Gillespie 1879 – 1942 Utah. Father Oliver R Osler. Mother Louisa Boyden


Frank Gillespie 1867 – 1869 Utah. Father Patrick. Mother Annie

Frank Thomas Gillespie 1897 – 1947 Utah. Father John Scott Gillespie. Mother Mary Ann Haywood

Frederick J  Gillespie death 1893. Father James K Gillespie. Mother Kate B Gillespie


George Thomas Gillespie, Sr. age 79, of Eureka, Utah died May 10, 2005 at his home surrounded by his family. He was born June 26, 1925 in Eureka to Robert and Florence Jones Gillespie. He married Anna Montoya September 12, 1959 in Eureka. George was a veteran of WWII. He had worked as a miner and as the Eureka City Watermaster. He was a member of St. Patrick’s Catholic Church, a lifetime member of the B.P.O.E. Lodge 711 in Eureka and a 27 year member of AA. He once played for the Eureka City League Baseball and was an avid sports fan. He is survived by his wife, Anna, of Eureka; children, Joanie (Kent) Lambson, Vincent Gillespie, Jeanie (Rick) Hopes, all of Eureka, George T. (Brenda) Gillespie, Jr., Nephi; 12 grandchildren, 19 great grandchildren; a sister, Betty (Ray) Cook, Goshen; and a brother, Dick (Shirley) Gillespie, Salt Lake City. He was preceded in death by his parents, sisters, Kathryn Carlson and Dorothy Richards, and a brother, Robert Gillespie. Services held Saturday, May 14th at 11:00 a.m. in the St. Patricks Catholic Church in Eureka. Family and friends  gathered at Holladay-Brown Funeral Home, 66 South 300 East, Santaquin on Friday from 6 to 7:30 p.m. with a Rosary Service to follow at 7:30 p.m. Interment will be in the Eureka City Cemetery.

Gillespie death 1896 Utah. Father J M Gillespie. Mother Dorra

Gillespie death 1906 Utah. Mother Elizabeth Gillespie

Gillespie 1930 – 1930 Utah. Father James A Gillespie. Mother Jessie Davis.

Gillespie 1946 – 1946 Utah. Father John E Gillespie. Mother Florence Selander


James K Gillespie 1857 – 1909 Utah. Father James Gillespie. Mother Mary Kelsey

Jenet Gillespie 18081864 Utah.


Lavinia Gillespie death 1908 Utah. Father Jacob Hampton. Mother Maria Bickley.

Lawrence R W Gillespie 1888 – 1889 Utah. Father James. Mother Hannah J

Leo Richard Gillespie, age 67, passed away January 25, 2004 in Midvale, Utah. He was born January 17, 1937 in Tooele, Utah to Leo and Mahala Gillespie. Graduated from Cyprus High School in 1955; also attended 2 years at the University of Utah. Married Charlene Saxton, later divorced. Member of the L.D.S. Church. Richard served honorably in the U.S. Navy. He also served a two year mission for the L.D.S. Church in the Northwestern States Mission. He was a simple man, who lived a simple life, finding satisfaction in touching peoples lives É. one to one. Survived by daughters, Amy Gillespie, Jennifer Fowler, Stephanie (Thomas) Spencer and Shannon (Daniel) Saunders; son, Mark (Angie) Gillespie; sisters, Cathleen (George) Hutchings and Sue Stavros; brother, Jim (Judy) Gillespie; and 18 grandchildren. Preceded in death by his parents.  Funeral Services  held Saturday, January 31, 2004, at 12:00 Noon at the Valley View Funeral Home, 4335 West 4100 South. Family and friends called on Friday evening from 6:00-8:00 p.m. and from 10:45 to 11:45 a.m. prior to the service at the Funeral Home. Interment: Valley View Memorial Park.

Letitia Gillespie 1859 – 1933 Utah. Father James Gillespie. Mother Mary Jane Kelsey.

Lloyd Ellis Gillespie 1921 – 1936 Utah. Father  Robert W Gillespie. Mother Jane Widdeson

Lulu Gillespie 1875- 1946 Utah. Father Patrick Eskew. Mother Martha Shirley.


Margaret Gillespie 1833 – 1910 Utah. Father Singleton.

Margaret Gillespie death 1891 Utah. Father James McIntyre. Mother Agnes McIntrye.

Margaret Lorene Gillespie 1896 – 1939 Utah. Father William Gillespie. Mother Sarah Lees

Maroni Gillespie 1857 – 1933 Utah. Father Peter Gillespie. Mother McIntyre.

Maroni B Gillespie 1891 – 1911 Utah. Father Maroni Gillespie. Mother Elizabeth Buchanan

Martha Gillespie 1802 1856 Utah.

Mary Gillespie death 1854 Utah. Father Peter. Mother Martha.

Mary G Gillespie death 1903 Utah. Father Adam Cook. Mother Elizabeth Gilmour.

Mary Jane Gillespie 18401961 Utah

Mary McKinley Gillespie 1829  – 1914 Utah. Father George McKinley. Mother Mary Hamilton


Peter Gillespie 17921861 Utah.

Peter Gillespie death 1896 Utah. Father Peter Gillespie. Mother Martha

Peter Gillespie 1880 – 1928 Utah. Father Peter Gillespie. Mother Ellen Folland

Peter K Gillespie death 1908 Utah. Father James Gillespie. Mother Mary Kelsie


Ralph Henry Gillespie 1892 – 1923 Utah. Father James M Gillespie. Mother Dorah Oloveson.

Reed Giles Gillespie, Our beloved father and grandfather, Reed Giles Gillespie, has been reunited with his eternal sweetheart, Fae, after 23 years of loving anticipation. Reed passed away July 3, 2005, at his home of 61 years in Orem. He was born June 18, 1919, in Provo, Utah (Edgemont Bench), a son of Sharp Claud and Eva Petrea Giles Gillespie. He married the love of his life, Fae Bunnell, on November 28, 1944, in the Salt lake City LDS Temple. Fae passed away September 7, 1982. Reed was raised in Orem and graduated from Lincoln High School in 1938. He then served an LDS Mission to the Hawaiian Islands in 1939. He worked as a fruit grower; and, as a maintenance technician for 38 years for Alpine School District. Reed was a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and served faithfully in many callings, including ward clerk, stake Sunday School superintendent, primary worker in various capacities; and, he served as an ordinance worker in the Provo Temple for several years. Survived by his three children: Cathy and William Delaney, of Orem; Jane and Michael Tervort, of Green River, Wyoming; and Daryl and Lisa Gillespie, of Shelley, Idaho. He is also survived by 12 grandchildren, three great-grandchildren, and a sister, Mary (Spencer) Hunn, of Orem. Reed was preceded in death by his loving wife, Fae, his parents, two brothers, Wilford and Robert and, two sisters, Petrea and Jean. Funeral services will be held Thursday, July 7, 2005, at 11 a.m., in the Cascade Ward Chapel, 1051 East 200 North in Orem. A viewing was held Wednesday from 6-8 p.m. at the Sundberg-Olpin Mortuary, 495 South State Street, Orem; and also, Thursday, one hour prior to the services at the ward chapel. Interment was in the Orem City Cemetery.

Robert Gillespie death 1899 Utah. Father W H Oliver. Mother Margaret.

Robert Gillespie death 1905 Utah. Father John Gillespie. Mother Mary Wier.

Robert Weir Gillespie 1869 – 1926 Utah. Father Robert Weir Gillespie. Mother Margaret Oliver.


Samuel Gillespie death 1892 Utah

Sarah Gillespie death 1929 Utah.

Sarah Lees Gillespie 1857 – 1923 Utah. Father John Lees. Mother Martha Needham.


Thomas McIntyre Gillespie 1862 – 1922 Utah. Father Peter Gillespie. Mother Margaret McIntyre.

Thomas William Gillespie death 1945, Utah. Father John P Gillespie. Mother Georgianna Fortin.


Vincent Gillespie,  age 49, of Eureka, Utah, died May 30, 2010 in Salt Lake City, Utah.  Memorial Mass of Resurrection will be held at 11:00 a.m., Saturday, June 5, 2010 at the San Andres Catholic Church, 315 East 100 North, Payson. Utah. Interment Eureka City Cemetery. Berg Mortuary.


Wallace Gillespie, Utah
Wallace Gillespie, Utah

Col Wallace Donald Gillespie, October 18, 1928 — May 20, 2022

After 93 years of adventure, Col. Wallace Donald Gillespie passed away in his sleep at the George E. Wahlen Ogden Veterans Home. He is missed dearly by his family on Earth but is now reunited with his treasured wife and family in heaven that he longed to be with. Don was born in Tooele, Utah, at the beginning of the Great Depression to Sophronia and John Gillespie. He was the youngest of four children, with two older brothers and one older sister. His father worked as an industrial blacksmith and his mother was a beautiful vocalist. Together with his mother, Don listened to opera on Saturdays and sang to the canaries they kept on the porch. In his final years, Don was often found lying in bed singing to his two cats, who rested their heads on his hands while he sang.

Don was a true athlete, which he attributed to his father. His father was a tremendous runner and could jump from the kitchen floor into the sink with both feet. Don made a name for himself in Tooele through high school football, where he earned the nickname “Square.” His mother and his sister Beverly were his greatest cheerleaders. He was always looking out for the vulnerable and used his athleticism to stand up to school bullies on several occasions. When he wasn’t playing sports or working with his family, he would pick up his friends in his Model T Ford or ride the railroad out to The Great Saltair to go dancing.

Once he finished high school, Don played college football on scholarship at Brigham Young University, West Point Academy, and Utah State University. He changed schools because he felt restless. But when he met his beloved wife Ila at Utah State, the restlessness dissolved. Ila was reading a newspaper the first time he saw her. He waited for her to stop reading but she never did. Finally, he asked her if she was going to read that newspaper all night. She stopped reading and they went out on a date. They were inseparable from that point on. Ila and Don were married in the Salt Lake Temple on August 31, 1953.

Don graduated with a BS in industrial education from Utah State University in 1953, and later a BS in electronic engineering from the University of Missouri in 1965 and an MBA from Western New England College in 1977. After a season-ending injury at Utah State, Don joined the United States Air Force. His career in the Air Force began in 1954 as an intelligence officer for the Air Force Security Service. He was later recruited to join an elite covert force that gathered classified undercover intelligence in Vietnam. He climbed waterfalls, ate snakes, and fought for his life in the jungle. It was a time he never liked to speak about.

Through his military service, he moved and traveled with Ila all across the United States and the world, eventually reaching the rank of Colonel. Ila loved the adventure and would always ask him “Where are we going next, Don?” After nearly ten years of marriage and several miscarriages, Ila finally gave birth to their first son Barry in 1962. After Barry, the children came easily, with Nicole, Rex, and Jada following soon after. Don loved his babies and comforted them in the night, even after working long hours during the day. He often mused that “There is nothing in the world better than babies.”

Later in his Air Force career, the entire family moved from Massachusetts to Turkey. They explored and camped in the Middle East via a Volkswagen bus. Afterward, he worked at the White House Communications Agency under President Nixon, where he was recognized with several awards for his service. He later served as the director of Space and Satellite Communications Systems until he retired and joined the public sector. In retirement, he continued traveling with Ila to places like China and Mexico and to visit their beloved children and grandchildren. When he was home in Kaysville, Utah, he maintained the condo pool, which was a cherished gathering space for his family for many years.

Don had a strong testimony of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, which gave him hope of seeing his wife Ila again after she passed in 2014. He often spoke of Ila and other family members who had passed paying him spiritual visits in his final years. He missed them very much. He outlived most of his older family members, which surprised him. He often said “I don’t know how I lived to be this old—I just did.” His children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren were grateful for his long life. Don was an anchor and a comfort to his family up until the very end. He was always generous with support and reassurance, and everyone who knew him benefited from his stalwart soul and tender heart.

Don leaves behind Barry Gillespie (Nancy) in Kaysville, Utah; Nicole Tippetts (Zach) in Orem, Utah; Rex Gillespie (Lorna) in Layton, Utah; and Jada Peterson (Todd) in East Bethel, Minnesota. He is also survived by 13 grandchildren and 4 great-grandchildren.

The viewing was held on Wednesday, May 25 from 6:00–8:00 p.m. at the Russon Mortuary located at 1941 North Main Street, Farmington, Utah. There was another viewing on Thursday, May 26 from 9:30–10:30 a.m. followed by the funeral service at 11:00 a.m. at The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints chapel located on 855 East Mutton Hollow Road, Kaysville, Utah. Interment at Kaysville City Cemetery at 1:00 p.m.

William Gillespie death 1916 Utah.

William Gillespie 1855 – 1923 Utah. Father Peter Gillespie. Mother Margaret McIntyre

William Henry Gillespie 1875 – 1946 Father Peter Gillespie. Mother Ellen Folland

William P Gillespie death 1908 Utah. Father William P Gillespie. Mother Emma M Ostler

William Powell Gillespie 1881 –1919 Utah. Father William Gillespie. Mother Sarah Jane Lees

Wilhelmine Truth Gillespie 1908 – 1932 Utah. Father William Godfrey Menzel.

Petrea Ann Gillespie KELLY, Feb 25, 1942 – July 3, 2015 Highland. Utah.  Son Sean Kelly.   No obituary.

Janet Ogden, Utah
Janet Ogden, Utah

Janet OGDEN, died on April 15, 2016 in Sandy, Utah, after a long and graceful battle with Alzheimer’s.  She was born on September 6, 1936 in Salt Lake City, Utah to Will and Norma Gillespie.  She married Ray A Ogden on February 21, 1957 in the Salt Lake Temple.She was an active member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints and served in many church callings.  She rendered compassionate service to many. She served with her husband as he presided over the California Santa Rosa Mission, where she was loved and honored by the missionaries.  Neighbors and friends will always remember her love of every holiday, especially Christmas. She was a talented, creative, and loving mother and grandmother.

She is survived by her husband and six daughters.  Terese Engh (Mark), Sydney Atwood (Mark), Alison Partridge (Bradley), Janae Larsen (J. Eric), Amy Wimber (Mark), and Emilie Ogden.  Also, survived by 18 grandchildren and 19 great-grandchildren.  Survived by sisters; Madlyn Tanner (Stephen) and Lisa Dolan (Kevin).

She is preceded in death by her parents Will and Norma Gillespie, brother Blaine Gillespie.

A viewing was held at Mountain View Mortuary, 3115 East 7800 South, Salt Lake City, UT 84121, on Tuesday April 19, 2016 from 6 to 8 pm. Funeral service was held at 11:00 am on April 20, 2016 at the Willow Creek 1st Ward, 2115 Sublet Place, Sandy, Utah. With a viewing from 9:45-10:45 am prior to the service.

Interment will be at Mountain View Cemetery.  Special thanks to Solstice Hospice and Wentworth CNA’s.

Record Count: 70

Source:  Salt Lake City Archives; Funeral Home Obituaries