Claudia Crosland Obituary
1950 ~ 2017
Claudia M. Crosland, our dear mother, sister and aunt passed away peacefully surrounded by her son and siblings, Friday afternoon, May 5, 2017 in Salt Lake City. She was 67 years old.
Claudia was born February 21, 1950 to Rex and Phyllis Mae Crosland and grew up in Salt Lake City. She graduated from Skyline High School and later graduated with an English degree from Utah State University. She was a loving mother, daughter and sister who showed kindness and care to all whose lives she touched.
Early in her career, she worked for Utahns Against Hunger. She later moved to San Diego and became a successful business owner. She started Claudia's Cinnamon Rolls located at the Horton Plaza in downtown San Diego. Her mother taught Claudia how to make fabulous cinnamon rolls which she turned into a wonderful business. She later moved back to Salt Lake City to be near her parents and family.
Claudia adored her son, Dustin, and spoke of him often. She missed her parents after they passed away recently. She especially missed her mother and passed away on Phyllis' birthday-May 5.
Claudia is survived by her loving son, Dustin, siblings-Craig (Bonnie) Crosland, Jolynn (Rockwell) Schutjer, Jill (Bryan) Balli, Todd (Jill) Crosland and many nieces and nephews.
Claudia's life was celebrated in a private family gathering.
We will miss you Claudia but know that you are happy and with your parents and loved ones.
Online condolences at www.premierfuneral.com
Published in Salt Lake Tribune on May 21, 2017
JOHN LONGSTROTH RICHARDSPassed away peacefully with a smile on his face. He was greeted with open arms by his parents, Philip and Elma Richards. Who preceded him to meet their Heavenly Father.
Nov. 16, 1949 ~ Mar. 8, 2017
He was born in Salt Lake City, Utah and married his beautiful wife, Victoria Ann Richards in the Washington DC Temple in 1982.
He is survived by his wife and children: Valerie (David) Stanton, Nicole Williams, Celeste (Luke) Ratto, Joshua McDonald, and Gabriel McDonald. His Grandchildren: Sydney Stanton, Cortini Larson, Mariah Herrington, Brooke McDonald, Nash and Nora Ratto.
Viewing will be held Thursday, March 16, 2017, at Wasatch Lawn Mortuary: 3401 S. Highland Dr. SLC, UT, 6:00-8:00pm
His Celebration of Life will be Friday, March 17, 2017. Held at Altaview Stake - Sunridge Ward, 1850 E. 8600 So., Sandy, UT 84093. Viewing: 10:45am - 11:45, followed by the service: 12:00pm
In lieu of flowers the family requests that a donation be made to the American Diabetes Association .
Please be an organ donor, it really does save lives. Thank you
To see full obituary please visit: www.wasatchlawnmortuary.com
At our most recent
Reunion Committee meeting held, February 21, 2017,
we discovered that this great woman
and five fine men have left us.
We're looking for more information to give you, but for now, we're fairly certain that the information is correct.
PLEASE!, if you know of other friends from our class who have moved on or know of any corrections, contact us here.
God Bless you all.
Robert Edwin Scoville "Bob"
Iconoclastic entrepreneur, outdoorsman-and father of four died on December 21, 2014.
In the course of Bob's extraordinary life, he befriended members of biker gangs and political royalty, owned a prizefighter, and brought celebrity guests home to dinner. He started companies, coached baseball teams, led ski adventures, and always maintained a fiercely independent spirit. Bob's gregarious personality made him the life of the party and attracted many friends from diverse backgrounds. He loved his family, rock hounding, fishing, art, Native American culture, music, and exploring in Utah's back country.
Born on February 18, 1950 to Frank Edwin Scoville and Ruth Ann Griffin Scoville in Salt Lake City, he is survived by four sons, three grandchildren and a brother and sister.
We're sorry to report of another 'Fallen Eagle'.
Ron Gregory did not have a photo in the yearbook, but we have this photo from his recent obituary. We were not able to obtain the birthdate or the exact date of death, but suffice it to say, we are sorry for his loss. The obituary reads:
After a valiant battle with cancer, Ron passed away surrounded by his family and friends. We know how hard it was for him to leave behind his daughter Jennifer and grand-daughter Journey. They brought him so much joy.
His whole life was spent serving others and he brought happiness to everyone who knew him. He will be greatly missed.
We will be celebrating his life on Saturday April 27th at the East Mill Creek 9th Ward located at 3750 S Hillside Lane (2600 East) in Salt Lake City. Come visit with the family from 10:30 to 11:30 prior to services which will be held at 12:00 noon.
JAYNE (BUSH) GOREHAM
Jayne was a beloved mother, sister, grandmother, and friend. She died peacefully at home with her kids August 14, 2012, after battling cancer and defying odds for 16 years. True to her nature, Jayne remained positive and in good spirits until the end. She made friends everywhere she went and only saw the good in people. Jayne was known for her great sense of humor and for being the life of every party. Throughout her life, Jayne was drawn to the outdoors; she enjoyed hiking, camping, and working in her yard. Some of her favorite memories were of racing dirt bikes and playing music with family and friends.
Funeral Services were held Monday, August 20, 2012 at 11:00 am at the Millcreek 9th Ward.
Jeannie Woodbury Chatelain 1950 ~ 2011
Some of you will rememberber Jeannie from our junior and sophomore years. Her parents were called to an LDS mission and she left Skyline for her senior year. Jeannie passed away peacefully Sunday morning August 7th 2011, at CareSource Hospice with her family around her. Jeannie was born July 14th 1950 in Salt Lake City, 3rd child to Orin R. and Imogene Woodbury. The middle child, she had a true gift for being the peacemaker within her family, always making sure everyone felt loved and included. She carried that gift with her throughout her life--bringing unity and love wherever she went. At age 16, Jeannie moved with her family to Hawaii when her father was called as the Mission President. She finished High School there (Punahou) and attended Church College of Hawaii for a year. She graduated from the University of Utah with B.A. in French with a minor in Math. Jeannie's life-long passion for music began at home, singing trios with her two older sisters, and learning to sing harmony in the car on family vacations. She sang in choir at school, the Mormon Youth Chorus, Music Works. She met Richard Chatelain in the Mormon Youth Chorus and were married August 17th 1970 in the Salt Lake Temple, and enjoyed 41 years together. Jeannie raised four children.
To read the obituary: http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/deseretnews/obituary.aspx?n=jeannie-chatelain&pid=153011680&fhid=11609&eid=sp_shareobit#fbLoggedOut
Dane Olsen We're sorry to have to convey more sad news to you. Our friend, Dane Olsen, passed away April 19, 2012, from a blood clot.
It was unexpected. Dane's wife, Esther Makiko Olsen, unfortunately discovered him at home after not seeing him all day.
Dane didn't have a history of heart problems, but evidently his father and grandmother did and Makiko says the past few years have been difficult for Dane since the loss of his parents.
Our sincere condolences go out to his family.
JOSEPH (Joe) METCALF - 7/9/50 ~ 2/25/12. Beloved dad, brother, grandpa, uncle, and friend passed away on February 25, 2012, in Riverton, Utah. Born July 9, 1950, in Salt Lake City. He was the son of Lloyd V. and Marjorie J. Metcalf. He married Merilynn Spencer, later divorced.
Survived by his children, Lisa (Stephen) Martinez, Scott (Rachel) Banks, Kristin (Joe) Long, and Matthew J. Metcalf and his siblings Marlene, Trish, Alan, and Jon. He will also be missed by his companion, Annette.
He was a drywall contractor in the Salt Lake area for the passed 20 years. Joe enjoyed many years of camping, fishing, boating, golfing, and barbeques with family and friends. He was an avid NASCAR fan. He loved his dogs, Jack, Otis, Sophia, and Max.
A celebration of life will be held on his birthday July 9, 2012 at his home (3602 S. Kingdom Ct., WVC, Utah) from 5-8 p.m.
Published in Salt Lake Tribune on February 29, 2012
Roderick M. Nielson II "Rocky" Born July 30th 1950. First born son of Roderick and Marian MacKay Nielson. Rocky was a gentle giant standing taller than his brothers with a very kind and loving soul.Rocky honored his parents always. He graduated with honors from Skyline High School excelling in mathematics (he was called "The Calculator"). He was awarded a four year scholarship to BYU. Later he graduated from law school earning a Juris Doctorate. Rocky served a mission in Taiwan for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. He married Suzanne French and they had two daughters and three sons. He later married Susan Bowers Black, who had a son and a daughter, and together they had two daughters for a total of nine children. Rocky loved his large family and enjoyed cooking for them. He made sure they were always well cared for. He took them on many wonderful and fun vacations. Rocky passed away on March 4, 2011 in Norco, California. He is survived by his wife Susan, his children, Rachael Millett (Keith), Jason Nielson, Serena Ashcroft (Brant), Michael Nielson (Jennifer), David Nielson (Shawnett), Alexis Nielson age 13, Melanie Nielson age 11, and stepchildren Nichole Segura (Mario) and Jeremy Black; and 10 beautiful grandchildren. He is also survived by his mother, Marian M. Nielson and his brothers Rand E. Nielson (Anne Marie), Ryan M. Nielson and Ron Jeffrey Nielson (Kathy). His father preceded him in death. Bishop Russell Holmes has set up a special scholarship fund for the two minor girls Alexis and Melanie.
Robert Miller We're sorry to bring you the sad news of another Eagle's passing, however, we have a unique connection with our partners in youth.
Robert was found by the Unified Police in the canyon near his residence on January 13, 2011, dead from exposure. Robert was a wise and uncanny wit.
His fight against debilitating health issues finally caught up with him. We will miss him dearly. See links
He attended Skyline High School where he played football and developed a love for the game and lifetime friends.
Jimmy served in the U.S. Marine Corps in Vietnam. He was regarded as a simple and humble man who enjoyed life to the fullest. We will miss our Eagle companion.
We are sorry to inform you of the passing of Kathy (Kim Haller) Putnam. "Kathy passed away peacefully in her home
Kathy Anderson Christopulous
Robert Brown (not in video)
Jayne Bush (not in video)
Steve Condie (not in video)
Claudia Coray (not in video)
Kerry Cottrell (not in video)
Sherry Cundick (Faust)
Jill Curtis (Olson)
Randy Evans (not in video)
Suzan Fredericksen (not in video)
Ronald Gregory (not in video)
Kim Haller (not in video)
Steve Iba (not in video)
Jim Jespersen (not in video)
Brian Lambert (not in video)
Robert Leitheiser (not in video)
Judy Mayes Christenson (not in video)
Joseph Metcalf (not in video)
Adele Miller (not in video)
Robert Miller (not in video)
Karen Mills (Williams) (not in video)
Tom Nelson (not in video)
Roderick "Rocky" Nielson (not in video)
Dane Olsen (not in video)
Bary D. Peterson
Karen Salter (not in video)
Robert Scoville (not in video)
Jackie Stapley Forrest
Diane Swenson (not in video)
Gloria Swenson (not in video)
Catherine Timmerman (not in video)
Lawanna Wilburn Ricks
Jeannie Woodbury (not in video)
If we have missed someone that you know of, please, let us know
THANK YOU FOR WATCHING THE VIDEO.
Since this video was created for the 40th reunion, we have been receiving more sad news of friends passing with the inevitable march of time.