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2 I The Lovell Chronicle I November 4, 2010 www. LovellChronicle.com Phyllis Moncur Linford Jan. 25, 1920- Oct. 12, 2010 Phyllis Moncur Linford, 90, devoted mother and grandmother, died peaceful- ly of natural causes in her home in North Logan, Utah, on Tuesday, Oct. 12, 2010. She was surrounded by be- loved family members. Phyllis was born Jan. 25, 1920, in Lovell, to Alphonso (Fon) Moncur and LaPriel Cutler Moncur. She was the oldest of 10 children. At age 5, Phyllis moved with her family to Brownsville, Tex- as, where her father raised and sold crops and her mother taught school. Both parents were musicians and taught Phyllis and her sib- lings to sing and to play the piano and violin. She and her sisters learned to dance and later taught dancing les- sons when the family moved back to Lovell. When Phyllis was 16, the family moved to Provo, Utah, where she and her siblings attended school. The next year her parents and siblings moved back to Lovell, but Phyllis stayed in Utah to continue her at BYU. While a student at ] Phyllis met and fell in with Jean Linford, a school biology teacher would later become her band. They married Years' Day in 1942 ix gan, Utah, and were s( in the Salt Lake Temp June 8, 1942. World W had started and Jean called into military sel Phyllis and Jean went IYU, love high who hus- New Lo- ~aled .eon ar II Was vice. 0 La Crosse, Wisc., in the ram- mer of 1942 where Jean re- ceived basic training, ;after which Phyllis resumed her university studies at the University of Utah. Shb lat- er returned to Wyoming to stay with her parents While Jean served as an army lab technician in Italy. Due to his military service, he did not see his first child for two years. Phyllis and Jean even- tually settled in North Lo- gan, where Jean was on the Utah State University fac- ulty for 28 years. Together they raised a family of six sons and three daughters. Phyllis was especially proud that five of her sons attained the rank of Eagle Scout and that all her sons and one daughter served fall-time missions for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Phyllis was an intelli- gent and well-read woman who appreciated the value of education. When her fam- ily was sufficiently grown, she resumed her studies at USU, graduating in 1973 near the top of her class(Phi Beta Kappa) in home ieco- nomics and family life and library science. Phyllis later worked at the USU Library and then at Deseret Book for more than 20 years, where she was an outstand- ing employee. Customers sought her out because of her warmth and knowledge. Phyllis was active in the LDS Church all her life. She served faithfully in the Primary, Relief Society and Young Women organiza- tions and enjoyed serving in the ward and stake librar- ies alongside her daughter Lynne'. Phyllis was a wonder- ful mother and grandmoth- er. She was a fabulous cook and an expert in nutrition. Her children remember the fresh loaves of bread she had waiting for them as they returned home from school She was preceded in death by husband Jean tin- ford; her parents; four broth- ers and two grandchildren. She is survived by her children and their families: Loren (Rose Ann) Linford of Tremonton, Utah; Douglas (Vurvian) Linford of Coun- cil, Idaho; Craig (Tina) Linford of Mesa, Ariz.; Scott (Deanna) Linford of Magna, Utah; Lynne' Lin- ford of North Logan; Kirk (Becky) Linford of Chan- tilly, Va.; Kim (Kristy) Lin- ford of Ammon, Idaho; Lisa (Kenneth) MacInnes of Thousand Oaks, Calif.; and Laurie (John) Cope of To- kyo, Japan; 44 grandchil- dren and 40 great-grand- children. A viewing was held Monday, Oct. 18, at the Al- len Mortuary in North Lo- gan and on Tuesday, Oct. 19, at the North Logan Chapel. The funeral servic- es were held following the viewing at the same loca- tion. Condolences and re- membrances may be sent to the family at www.allen- mortuaries.net. Genealogical Club to meet, at 7 p.m. The Powell Valley genealogical Club The program will take place before the will meet at 7 p.m. on Thursday Nov. 4, at businesS meeting to allow those with busy Rocky Mountain Manor (downstairs), 140 !cheduls to leave. N. Cheyenne, in Powell. Membership is not a requirement to at- Betty Kersting and Cheryl Kolesien tend. Chocolate will be served. For infor- will present "Germans from Russia." mation, call Glenda Bell at 754-2812. 7z E RUNNER ~erch~~i ..... .:... i!i..../.!.i: i!i ~: ::..-...~..~.~...:~.....~ JJ ew i AND 1 Basketball Shoe:;! lrow Lunch Buffet $699 Tues. - Fri. 11 am - 2:30 pr Sat. & Sun. 11 am - 4 pm Dinner Buffet $95o Tues. - Fri. 4:30 - 9 pm Sat & Sun. 4 - 9 pm 151 E. Coulter, Powell, 754-792 Open Tues. - Sun. *::~:~ii ~ii~ 11 am - 9 pm !il Carry-Out Availablei i:~iii:iiiii~ Mary Jean Roemmich March 12, 1964- Oct. 27, 2010 Mary Roemmich, 46, of Deaver died on Oct. 27, 2010. She was born March 12, 1964, in Powell, the daughter of Jean and Wil- ma Richards. She married John %Vhiz" Roemmich on Feb. 6, 1988. She was blessed with one son, Quennton. They resided on Heart Mountain before moving to Deaver in 1993. Mary attended Deav- er-Frannie schools, and graduated from Deaver High School in 1982. She worked for Whitlock's and was employed by Garvin Motors in Powell until the time of her death. Mary was preceded in death by her brother, Jim- my, and her parents. She is survived by hus- band, Whiz; son Quennton of the family home and sis- ter Bobby of Denver. Mary loved the sum- mer, the outdoors, drag racing and her animals. Cremation has taken place. Memorial services were held Saturday, Oct. 30, at the Deaver Unit- ed Methodist Church. Haskell Funeral Home in Lovell was in charge of ar- rangements. Marc Stephen Jordan Aug. 27, 1969- Oct. 15, 2010 Marc Stephen Jordan was born Aug. 27, 1969, in McMinnville, Ore., to Rob- ert and Jan_ice (Martin) Jordan and died Oct. 15, 2010, while elk hunting in the Big Horn Mountains of Wyoming. Upon graduating from Sheridan High School, in Sheridan, Ore., Marc worked for Liberty Homes in Sheridan, Ore., and Skyline Homes in McMin- nville, Ore. Marc moved to Lovell in 1998 with his mother and stepfather Gary Mal- lory, who preceded him in death in 2002. Marc married Au- brey Wilkerson on March 15, 2002, and they made their home in Lovell. Marc was employed by CETCO for the 12 years he was in Lovell. Marc loved hunting, fishing, bowling, softball and mowing his lawn. He was always quick to help anyone who needed it. Marc is survived by his wife, Aubrey; children Stephen of Reno, Nev., Joshua of Sheridan, Ore., Jared, Mona and Kasey of Lovell; mother and step- father Janice and James Thomas of Lovell; brother Brian (Deborah) Jordan of Grand Ronde, Ore.; half- sisters Robyn and Heidi Jordan of Sheridan, Ore.; grandfather Andrew Mar- tin of Sheridan, Ore., and numerous aunts, uncles and cousins. Marc was preceded in death by his stepfather Gary Mallory in 2002 and his father Robert (Bob) Jor- dan in 2007. A funeral has been held and Marc's final rest- ing place is beside his step- father in the Lovell Ceme- tery. Please recycle this newspaper. Recycling bins are located in the Red Apple Supermarket parking lot in Lovell. St. Joseph's ~ ~1 I Faith Southern Baptist I Catholic Church ~l] Churcho4o -ol fLoveilBible Church) /i, Iwoohi , ,or7i 1141 ShoshoneAve. Lovell, WY ~ Sunday Sacdflce of the Maim ~ I Pastor Michael McKnight ~i I 9~m%TSchooi ~lkRev. 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