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08/06/19 03:09 PM #3945    


Daryl Tucker

I don't know any specific circumstances surrounding Randy's passing, but I do know his health hadn't been great the past few years. He had lost a lot of weight on his doctor's orders, but still needed an oxygen tank to help with his breathing. About a week ago, I met a friend from Randy's ward in Hawaii who said he was worried about his health. I guess he had good reason. I suppose Randy just exchanged one paradise for another.

08/10/19 12:04 PM #3946    


Larry Lowery

Hi everyone. 

Got a message from Ray Newbury that while helpintg one of their sons to Florida that Patty has suffered a mild stroke. They are still there trying to figure out just how much damage has been done and just how they will be returning to Utah. 

I asked Ray if he minded people knowing and he was ok with it and would like your faith and prayers in their behalf. 

Thanks Larry

08/11/19 10:24 PM #3947    


UTawna Johnson (Witney)

Thank you, Larry.  heart

08/14/19 10:57 PM #3948    


Larry Lowery

Hi everyone just to let you know Ray and Pat are suppose to arrive just after midnight at SLC  airport if all goes well. Ray said there is no place like home.


08/31/19 03:25 PM #3949    


Daryl Tucker

Happy Birthday, Kenny Hulce!

09/19/19 12:03 PM #3950    


David Lynn

You've probably noticed our class heart beat has slowed down. Daryl is recovering from being old. Prayers to to you brother.

09/19/19 02:11 PM #3951    


UTawna Johnson (Witney)

Prayers for a healthy recovery, Daryl.

Dave ... what's the Rx for recovering from being old?!  We need to know!! :)

09/20/19 03:09 PM #3952    


Daryl Tucker

Thanks! The good thoughts and prayers are working! I spent a couple of days in the hospital with pneumonia. (By the way, the pneumococcal pneumonia shots only protect you from one type of bacteria! So, get the shots, but don't expect to be completely protected!) I'm feeling much better, but my doctor says it might be several weeks before I get back to full speed. You never know what might be around the corner, so take it easy everyone and stay healthy!

09/23/19 05:09 PM #3953    


Marvin Dansie

Another one bites the dust :-(


We have lost another classmate. Brent Johnson passed away yesterday after a long illness.

His pain and misery of this life are over - I hope he is now at peace.



09/23/19 08:24 PM #3954    


UTawna Johnson (Witney)

Oh my gosh! Blessed for Brent but certainly not for those of that knew him. Love and prayers to his family.  Thank you, Marvin for the information.

09/24/19 09:05 PM #3955    


Shauna Bona (Leetham)

  Sad to hear that Brent passed away. He was always so kind and quiet.  Also Keith Lewis passed on Sunday. If anyone hears when any of their funerals are please post them.Will miss his accordion playing over at Gloria's. He was made fun of when we were in High School but he was so talented. But then we were all kinda dumb in High School not to see real talent!!! 


09/25/19 12:05 PM #3956    


Lynette Larsen (Magliocco)

Well put, Shauna. If we'd only known then....  And Daryl, sorry about your bout with pneumonia, and the passing of Brent and Keith. Keep up the great posts, class.


09/28/19 01:12 PM #3957    


Marvin Dansie

There will be a memorial wake for Brent Johnson on Sunday October 6th from 1:00 PM until 6:00 PM at Hobble Creek Golf Course Clubhouse. 

10/02/19 06:25 PM #3958    


UTawna Johnson (Witney)

Wishing Linda Schardine a very Happy Birthday!!!!

11/12/19 11:50 AM #3959    


Linda Schardine

So sorry to hear about the losses! I haven't been on lately so I thought I'd better catch up!

October was rough, I had 2 kidney surgerys within 3 weeks, I had big kidney stones, they are both gone and I'm recovering well. Maybe now I can get back to normal, whatever that is....

Glad you are recovering well Daryl!       Miss everyone!     

11/13/19 07:29 PM #3960    


Daryl Tucker

Thanks, Linda! Sorry to hear about your surgeries! I don't know what normal is supposed to be anymore, either, but I'm feeling pretty good these days and hope everyone in our class enjoys the upcoming holidays and that the winter will be wet, short and mild!

11/20/19 11:37 PM #3961    


Kenneth Strong

We lost another class member in Randy Goble. He passed do to complications of diabetes

11/21/19 11:34 AM #3962    


Daryl Tucker

Here's Randy's obituary. I'll add it to the In Memory page, too.

Randy Lee Goble, 68, of Salem, Utah, passed away peacefully at his home on November 17th following complications due to diabetes.  Randy was born in Provo, Utah to Keith Roy Goble and Thelma Laraine (Anderson) Goble.  He was their second child, with one older sister and two younger brothers. Randy grew up in Mapleton, UT and attended Springville High School and played the position of Lineman on the football team while there. He also had the opportunity to serve in the ROTC.  Following high school, Randy served a faithful mission for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in the Columbus, Ohio mission.  Randy always loved learning about Church history, and we believe this is where he may have started this life-long interest.


Following his mission, Randy attended BYU majoring in Engineering. After a few years at school, Randy started his life-long career as a general contractor working numerous jobs throughout his life on commercial and residential projects.  Randy and his siblings along with his parents started K.R. Goble Construction.  He was always known for his strong work ethic, which his children also acquired.  Randy married his sweet companion, Raina Joy Barney, on May 11th, 1973 in the Salt Lake City Temple for time and all eternity. They were blessed to have five children, Jared (Felicia) Goble of Orem, UT, Kimberly (Bryan) Wright of Lehi, UT, Jason (Becca) Goble of So. Weber, UT, Brandon Goble of Salem, UT, and Lindsey (Matthew) Torres of Gardnerville, NV.  Randy and Raina Joy raised their children in Salem, UT where they planted deep roots.


Randy was known for his enduring work ethic and dedicated service in his community and in the Church.  He served faithfully in many callings, which included High Councilman, Elders Quorum President, Sunday School teacher, and numerous other callings. He also cared deeply about his local community and ran for City Council several years ago.  But most of all, Randy enjoyed spending time with his family amongst his hobbies of reading, spending time at his cabin, and traveling all over the country.  Some of his most recent destinations included Niagara Falls, Prince Edward Island, the Black Hills, Sequoia National Park, Yosemite National Park and numerous Church sites.


Following Raina Joy’s passing in 2003 from a hard-fought battle with cancer, Randy later married Mary Goble in the Provo Temple for time in 2010.  Randy and Mary enjoyed traveling together and spending time at the family cabin.


Randy was preceded in death by his first wife Raina Joy, his parents, Keith Roy Goble and Thelma Loraine (Anderson) Goble of Mapleton, UT.  He is survived by his three siblings, Karen Goble Ifediba of Springville, UT, Wayne (Susan) Goble of Spanish Fork, UT, and Brent (Sherry) Goble of Lyman, WY. He is also survived by his wife, Mary, and his five children (above) and sixteen grandchildren.


Funeral services will be held on Monday, November 25th at 11:00am with a viewing from 9:30-10:30 a.m. at the LDS chapel located on 60 s. Main St., Salem, UT.  There will also be a viewing held on the evening of November, 24th from 6:00-8:00 p.m. at Walker Mortuary, located at 187 S. Main St. Spanish Fork, UT.


11/21/19 06:15 PM #3963    


UTawna Johnson (Witney)

I'm so sad to read about Randy. He was one of those quiet, gentle, giants. ♥

01/02/20 12:52 PM #3964    


David Lynn

Happy New Year everybody. May you have a great 2020 and leave all our sorrows in the past decade. They go so fast. So sorry to those who lost loved ones, I hope the holidays cheered you up. You are a great class and I know the support and love given to each other is sincere.

01/03/20 10:19 AM #3965    

Sandy Knight (Boswell)

Back at ya, Dave!!!!!   in 1969, 2020 sounded so futuristic and "Jetson" like, now here we are!!!   who would of thunk?????

01/03/20 02:38 PM #3966    


Marvin Dansie

Just looking through some old pictures.


01/07/20 10:50 AM #3967    


David Lynn

Thanks Sandy.

Those are some great photos Marvin. Good memories too.

01/17/20 05:18 PM #3968    


Daryl Tucker

Ken Strong asked me to post this picture of his grandson who plays JV on the junior high basketball team. That's a proud pair of grandparents for sure! Whatever his parents are feeding him seems to be working. He's still growing!

01/17/20 10:16 PM #3969    


Kenneth Strong

My grandson Andrew. He is in Jr High but plays on the High School jv team. He is 14 years old. As you can see he is growing. I think the high school is hoping he continues to grow and get better.

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