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10/04/21 10:29 AM #4160    

 

Carl Haymond

Hey, Stewart.
Thanks for the update on Jaren and his awesome life perspectives. His leadership and athletic abilities are needed! Go Cougs ❗
All the best.

10/06/21 11:10 AM #4161    

 

David Lynn

Wrinkles mean you laughed,

grey hair means you cared

and scars mean you lived.


10/16/21 10:59 PM #4162    

 

Shauna Bona (Leetham)


10/16/21 11:05 PM #4163    

 

Shauna Bona (Leetham)

 This pic is from 6 years ago! It just popped up! Has anyone heard how Lorin is doing? Hi Lorin if you still get on the Website!!! How are all my quiet classmates? Anything new or exciting. Other than knee or hip replacements!!! Ha ha!


10/17/21 12:41 PM #4164    

 

Carl Haymond

Hi Shauna and All, 

Lorin is doing well and lives at Country View Assisted Living (2901 W Center, Provo, phone: 801.377.7737).  I was able to visit with him in person about 20 months ago, we had a great time laughing and reminscing about the "good old days"; but since the onslaught of Covid, visitations at County View has been restricted to phone calls only.  Lorin continues to stay well and free of Covid. 

 

 


10/27/21 12:36 AM #4165    

 

Kenneth Strong

I was informed today the Steve Killpack joined those that have passed on. I hope it was a joyful reunion with other class mates. Loosing someone is always hard

10/27/21 12:36 AM #4166    

 

Kenneth Strong

I was informed today the Steve Killpack joined those that have passed on. I hope it was a joyful reunion with other class mates. Loosing someone is always hard

10/30/21 09:57 PM #4167    

 

Shauna Bona (Leetham)


10/30/21 09:59 PM #4168    

 

Shauna Bona (Leetham)

Happy Birthday Jill, Who says we're dinasaurs!!!!!     I'm sorry to hear about Steve Killpack! Sending love to Terry!!!

 


11/01/21 08:43 AM #4169    

 

Jan Allred (Carter)

Cute Dinosaurs! Happy bday Jilene! Sad to lose another classmate. Rest in peace Steve. Sending thoughts and love to Terry.


11/03/21 10:47 AM #4170    

 

Daryl Tucker

Here is the obituary for Steve Killpack. It's also being added to the In Me

mory page of this website. RIP Steve!

Steven (Steve) Lee Killpack of Salem, Utah passed away peacefully in the hospital on Sunday October 24, 2021 from an extended illness. His generosity, kindness and gentle demeanor will be greatly missed.

Steve was born in Provo, Utah on June 22, 1951 to Garth Homer Killpack and Marian Andersen Killpack. He married his childhood sweetheart Terry Bell Bringhurst on December 27, 1969. They celebrated their 50th anniversary in 2019.

Steve retired as a plumber pipefitter. After retirement Steve and Terry were able to travel on some wonderful vacations including a cruise in the Caribbean and a trip to Hawaii.

Steve had a passion for the outdoors and found joy in nature. He took his sons backpacking in Southern Utah’s canyon country and in the high Uintah mountains starting when they were barley big enough to carry their own packs. Steve had many hobbies during his life, which often required research and skill development. Once mastery was achieved, he quickly moved on to the next challenge. Over the years this included marksmanship, photography, flyfishing, woodworking, automobile restoration, home improvements and too many more to list.

Steve is survived by his wife Terry, his sons Marcus Killpack and Nathan Killpack, his sister Teri Lynn, and brother Roger Killpack. He was proceeded in death by his parents Garth and Marian Killpack, brother Craig, and grandson Tyler.

A graveside service will be held at 11:00am, Tuesday, November 9th at the Evergreen Cemetery in Springville Utah. Close friends and family are welcome to join.

The family wishes to express their heartfelt thanks to their friends, neighbors, and healthcare professionals who provided support during these difficult times.

 

 



 

 


11/05/21 06:30 PM #4171    

 

Clint Bailey

RIP Steve.  Glad I got to share a memory with him at the reunion.  He had a Corvair.  I'm thinking one needs to be our age to remember that car.  Steve drove a few of us (can't remember the team) to SLC to see Buffalo Springfield.  Pretty cool we got to see them in concert before they broke up.  Car broke down on the way home.  Steve knew how to get it going.  I didn't know the the engine was in the rear like a VW.  He was working on it and I shouted out something about what's he doing in the trunk.  We both remembered and had a good laugh about it after all the years.  That's meaningful, to me anyway.  

Is that security standing right behind the dinasaur keeping an eye on Shauna?  Happy Birthday! Jill.      


11/08/21 01:27 PM #4172    

 

David Lynn

The perfect pair of great people. Sorry Terry.


11/09/21 09:22 AM #4173    

 

Daryl Tucker

We need another night for the class to get together for dinner to celebrate birthdays and hanging in through another year! How about 6:00 pm next week on Tuesday (16th) at T-Bone?


11/12/21 10:35 PM #4174    

 

Stephen Harder

I think that's a great idea Daryl, I'm ready for a night out. I will be there.

 


11/13/21 08:55 AM #4175    

 

Mart E. (Gardner)

Glenna and I will be there. We just may have our son too


11/13/21 11:08 AM #4176    

 

Jan Allred (Carter)

Jan Jill Shauna and Kathie will be there

 


11/13/21 11:20 AM #4177    

 

David Lynn

Okay

 


11/15/21 03:33 PM #4178    

 

Kate Robertson (Schoening)

Hi all

I'm going to try and be there, depending on how the work day goes.  It's always good to see everyone!

 


11/16/21 08:01 AM #4179    

Douglas Wheeler

I will be there,see you then 


11/25/21 11:42 AM #4180    

 

Linda Schardine

Sorry to hear about Steve... Glad you all are still always getting together...

Happy Thanksgiving to all! I am so grateful for all my friends and family....


11/30/21 02:01 PM #4181    

 

Kenneth Strong

This is Eric Bird my wife just got a message from the compassionate service leader in our ward that Kathy Parkins Devereaux passed away her funeral is Saturday.

12/02/21 09:26 AM #4182    

 

Jan Allred (Carter)

So sad to lose another friend, she was so much fun! We rode to work together at the Barbizon and she always had me laughing. RIP Cathy


12/02/21 11:19 AM #4183    

 

Daryl Tucker

Cathy Parkin Deveraux passed away on November 29, 2021 from heart failure.

Cathy was born July 13, 1951, in Murray, Utah to Ernest and Naomi Parkin. She was the youngest of seven children, and while the older ones became teenagers and adults, her and the younger ones would roam the streets of Mapleton and Springville playing with friends and loved the life they had with their mother. Cathy graduated from Springville High School and went to work in Hawaii for a summer then returned to Mapleton where she started her life as an adult. She successfully raised two sons while working full time and getting her education which led her to a career of service to the public that she loved. Cathy loved Mapleton and the house she grew up in so much that when her mother passed away, she purchased the house so that she could raise her family there. She was completely content in that little 2-bedroom home, raising her two sons and she lived there for her entire life until she moved to South Jordan three years ago to be closer to her eldest son. There never was a happier, grateful, content, more blessed person than Cathy Parkin Deveraux.

Cathy is survived by her children, Elisha Deveraux Baker, John (Kylee) Deveraux, Jason (Clint) Deveraux, 10 precious grandchildren that meant the world to her Ben, Alyssen, Micah, Sage, Jordan, Canyon, Kendra, Jacob, Graydee, Emmalee and Caleb, great grandchild Olyver, sister, Maurine Canto, and sister-in-law Jolene Walker. Cathy left behind so many nieces, nephews, and cousins, many who were more like siblings or children, or grandchildren even if they were once or twice removed, and of course the many, many friends that she considered her family. She was preceded in death by her parents, her brothers Billy, Johnny, Keith, and Ernie as well as her sister Carol. Her passing has left a huge hole in our hearts that nothing will ever fill.

Cathy was a life-long member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Though she fought hard to be here for her family during all her health struggles in recent years, we know she is glad to be back to the loving arms of her Savior, her mother, sister, brothers, and so many of her family and friends.

There will be a viewing at the LDS church located at 1580 N. Main, Mapleton, Utah 84664 on Saturday, December 4th at 10:00 AM, followed by funeral services at noon and interment at Evergreen Cemetery, Springville UT.

12/02/21 11:30 AM #4184    

 

Daryl Tucker

Here's Cathy's obituary.

Cathy Parkin Deveraux passed away on November 29, 2021 from heart failure.

Cathy was born July 13, 1951, in Murray, Utah to Ernest and Naomi Parkin. She was the youngest of seven children, and while the older ones became teenagers and adults, her and the younger ones would roam the streets of Mapleton and Springville playing with friends and loved the life they had with their mother. Cathy graduated from Springville High School and went to work in Hawaii for a summer then returned to Mapleton where she started her life as an adult. She successfully raised two sons while working full time and getting her education which led her to a career of service to the public that she loved. Cathy loved Mapleton and the house she grew up in so much that when her mother passed away, she purchased the house so that she could raise her family there. She was completely content in that little 2-bedroom home, raising her two sons and she lived there for her entire life until she moved to South Jordan three years ago to be closer to her eldest son. There never was a happier, grateful, content, more blessed person than Cathy Parkin Deveraux.

Cathy is survived by her children, Elisha Deveraux Baker, John (Kylee) Deveraux, Jason (Clint) Deveraux, 10 precious grandchildren that meant the world to her Ben, Alyssen, Micah, Sage, Jordan, Canyon, Kendra, Jacob, Graydee, Emmalee and Caleb, great grandchild Olyver, sister, Maurine Canto, and sister-in-law Jolene Walker. Cathy left behind so many nieces, nephews, and cousins, many who were more like siblings or children, or grandchildren even if they were once or twice removed, and of course the many, many friends that she considered her family. She was preceded in death by her parents, her brothers Billy, Johnny, Keith, and Ernie as well as her sister Carol. Her passing has left a huge hole in our hearts that nothing will ever fill.

Cathy was a life-long member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Though she fought hard to be here for her family during all her health struggles in recent years, we know she is glad to be back to the loving arms of her Savior, her mother, sister, brothers, and so many of her family and friends.

There will be a viewing at the LDS church located at 1580 N. Main, Mapleton, Utah 84664 on Saturday, December 4th at 10:00 AM, followed by funeral services at noon and interment at Evergreen Cemetery, Springville UT.


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