Corlene Winnefred Croxford EvansDecember 30, 1948 - October 23, 2021
Viewing October 29, 2021 at 11:15 AM
8136 S. Old Bingham Hwy, West Jordan, UT, 84088
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Funeral Service October 29, 2021 at 12:00 PM
8136 S. Old Bingham Hwy, West Jordan, UT, 84088
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Sarah Janie Butterfield
Orem, UT –
Sarah Janie Butterfield was born September 8, 1987 and she passed away November 14, 2021.
Sarah loved to go to movies with her friends. She loved to go with her family camping and fishing. She loved to meet new people in her life and was a very sweet girl – she was well liked by everyone she met. Sarah had a good heart and a beautiful personality – she was very intelligent and was a special person in our lives. She had a sense of humor. She loved music and her favorite artist was Eminem. She liked football and her favorite teams was the U of U and BYU. Sarah was the baby of her family. She loved her best friends, Christine and Betty, from Tiny Tots Care Center. Everyone at Tiny Tots Care Center was family to Sarah and she loved them very much. Whenever Sarah had her ups and downs, Christine and Betty were there to help her and calm her down. She loved to go to her grandma’s house to spend time with her grandma, Shirley Kinsman, who took her in. Shirley always asked how Sarah was doing and cared deeply for her. She loved to go to Price to visit her other grandmother. Sarah was raised as her sister’s own child and was raised with Patricia’s three children – she was their little sister. Sarah got to Patricia’s house in 1994 and was very loved. She was very happy to call Patricia and Walt “mom and dad”. Although she knew Patricia’s children were her nieces and nephews, she claimed them as her siblings (Steven Wyatt, Natalie, and Chantel). Sarah was always included in everything Patricia and Walt’s family did – they were a complete family.
Sarah, we are all going to miss you – you will always be in our hearts and our dreams. We love you very much. Xoxo, mom/sister Patty.
She is preceded in death by sister Lori Anderton, grandma Shirley Kinsman, and father Walt.
Ricky Drew Harrold
Salt Lake City, Utah
Rick was born September 24th 1957 in Dugway, Utah to Joseph R. Harrold and Reah D. Mecham. He died on October 26th 2021 at age 64.
Rick was a master craftsman at heart. Rick loved building and designing everything from his own custom 3-D puzzles to houses. Rick Loved the outdoors and loved to fish, there wasn’t a day he didn’t want to be outside. In the 1997/1998 Coors invitational pool league he took 1st place in division 1 with the untouchables- silver bullet. Rick was a father and a friend to all. You will forever be in our hearts, we love you.
He is survived by his children Gregory Don Marvin Harrold, Steven Christopher Harrold, Melissa Kaye Harrocks, Jody Lynn Finely, Rick Travis Harrold, John Adam Harrold, Mekayla Marie-Skylar Valdez, and Jennifer Harrold. Also, to his sweetheart Diana Knowles who made Rick’s final and unexpected last months the best of his life and being with him until death do you part. Thank you so much Diana.
He was preceded in death by Joseph Rudolph Harrold and Reah Dorothy Mecham.
Funeral services will be held on Monday November 22nd from 6-7pm at Crystal Heights Ward on 1970 East Stratford Avenue, Millcreek Utah, 84106
St. George ~
Char’Nel Randall gained her angel wings on November 16th, 2021. She was born on November 1st 1965 to Charles and Nelda Randall in St. George, Utah.
Char’Nel attended both Dixie and Pine View high schools. She graduated from Pine View High School in 1984. She later went on to marry and have four beautiful children that she loved dearly.
She had a deep love and passion for helping others. Char’Nel worked at RISE for nine years, helping special needs children and adults. She was the light in their eyes and they always loved to see her.
When Char’Nel wasn’t helping others, you could find her in the kitchen. Either baking some of her famous treats, breads, or making any of her amazing dinners. On her down time which was very seldom she enjoyed writing, creating new baking recipes, reading and spending time with her best friend Tango.
She is survived by her mother, Nelda Randall; four children, Brinton (Shannon)Wilkinson, Whitney Wilkinson, Bradeon Wilkinson, Buster (Renea) Wilkinson; six grandchildren; Sisters, Sandra Lundberg and Tami Nelson; Brothers, Tony Randall and Bryce Christensen.
Char’Nel is preceded in death by her father Charles Randall, brothers Donavan and Smith Michael as well as brother-in-law Neil Lundberg.
There will be an open house celebration of her life on Saturday, November 27th, 2021 from 12pm -2pm at Affordable Funeral and Cremations, 157 E. Riverside Drive Suite 3A, St. George, Utah 84790
Terry G. McEntire
Draper, Utah –
Terry Gay McEntire, 62, unexpectadly passed away on November 15th, 2021 due to a stroke. She was born on February 9th, 1959 in Heber, Utah to Sylvanus and Enid Johnson. She was the fourth of five children. She graduated from Orem Highschool class of 1977.
She married the love of her life, Robert Drew McEntire on December 29th, 1981 in Provo, Utah. Together they lovingly devoted their life to raising three boys. Terry found joy in her business “Follow Your Heart” spending countless hours creating handcrafted wood items. She often traveled to craft shows selling her work. It soon became an activity the entire family enjoyed. Bob and Terry along with the boys built a beautiful home in Draper, Utah. The work put into the house led to instilling characteristics the boys would use throughout life. You could often find her enjoying the garden where she always had beautiful flowers surrounding the yard. Amongst the flowers were her many hummingbird feeders that she made sure to fill every day. She loved watching musicals and plays with her husband, often visiting Hale Centre Theatre and the Utah Shakespeare Festival. She loved her grandchildren with all her heart and looked forward to seeing them grow and flourish. She really embraced the title of Grandma.
She is preceded in death by her mother, father and sister MaryAnne.
She is survived by her husband (Bob), three sisters Carol, Lori and Joy, three sons: Ryan (Lynsie), Jonathan, Kyle (Kaysha) and their 7 grandchildren.
“A grandmother’s love is forever and always.”
A viewing will be held in her honor on Thursday the 18th of November, 2021 at 11:00 AM at the South Mountain Stake Center, 1911 East Grey Fox Dr, Draper, UT 84020 (next to the Draper Temple). Funeral services will follow.
Lansing Joseph Campbell
Magna, Utah –
Lansing Joseph Campbell passed away on November 9th, 2021 surrounded by his wife and kids.
Lance was born November 8th, 1963 to Wayne Campbell and Louine Bromley in Richfield, Utah. He grew up in Provo Utah, the youngest out of seven children.
As a teenager, he enjoyed fishing, riding his motorcycle, and exploring the outdoors.
During his late teen years, he married Gaylene Stubbs. They had a daughter Angella Ruth Campbell. They divorced a few years later.
Lance married an amazing woman Della Corinne Campbell on December 6th, 1986. They were later sealed as an Eternal family in the Salt Lake Temple July 17,1990. They have enjoyed 35 wonderful years of marriage and raised 6 more children together making them a family of 9.
Throughout his life, Lance has worked for a variety of jobs. Early on in his life, he worked as a cook at a few places, including a restaurant “The Lodge” located at the Grand Canyon. He also worked on a fishing boat in Alaska. Later on in life, he worked for “GFI” making fiberglass, followed by “Wurth” delivering cabinet staining supplies. His final job he worked at “SST”,
delivering freight where he loved all his customers that he delivered to daily. He was a dedicated man and took pride in his work ethic, something that he instilled on in his children that will be cherished.
Lance had a love and respect of the outdoors. In his early 20’s, he got into big game hunting. He became a very skilled hunter and passed his passion onto his 5 sons. He also loved fishing and camping. As his family grew together, Lance would make sure that they had at least one big family camping trip a year which usually was at Alexander Lake in the High Uinta Mountains. Later on in life, Lance and Corinne developed an interest in Native American sites and on their weekends and vacations traveled all over Utah, Colorado, and New Mexico visiting them.
Lance is preceded in death by his parents, sister Claire Johnson, brother Samuel Campbell. He is survived by his sisters Jan, Christine & Pauline and brother Marcel. He is survived by his sweetheart Corinne, his daughters Angii & Chantel (Rawley), sons Michael, Andrew (Ginna)
Jessie, Loren (Julia) & Steven. He is survived by his 13 grandkids and his dogs Penny & Kyser, as well as numerous extended family & Friends.
An evening viewing will take place November 16, 2021 from 6:00 – 8:00 PM at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, 7960 West Dalesend Drive, Magna, UT, 84044. A funeral will follow the next day November 17, 2021 at 11:00 AM with a viewing one-hour prior at the same location. Interment to follow funeral services November 17, 2021 at the Pleasant Green Cemetery, 9200 West 3500 South, Magna, UT 84044.
For those unable to attend, Affordable Funerals and Cremations will be livestreaming the funeral and graveside services. Instructions to join are listed below. Livestreaming will start 10:30 AM November 17, 2021.
Joining by computer
- Go to zoom.us in any internet browser
- Click “Join Meeting”
- Enter the meeting ID – 8012878233
- A box will open saying “https://zoom.us wants to open this application”. Click “Open Zoom”
- Click “Join with Computer Audio”
- Click “Mute” in the bottom left hand corner so that your audio does not interrupt the funeral services
Joining by phone or iPad
- Download the Zoom app
- Open the app and select “Join a Meeting”
- Enter the meeting ID – 8012878233
- Select “Join without Audio”
- Select “Call using Internet Audio”
- Select “Mute” in the bottom left hand corner so that your audio does not interrupt the funeral service