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Edgar Bright Tibbitts December 21, 1936 - November 7, 2020 Edgar Bright Tibbitts, 83, passed away peacefully of natural causes, Saturday, November 7, 2020, at his home in Hyde Park. Ed was born in Lewiston, Utah, son of Floyd E. Tibbitts and Marva Bright. His siblings were Farel, Wes, and Marilyn (Lower). Edgar married Linda Cantwell on September 8, 1961, in the Salt Lake City temple. They have four daughters Kathy (David) Baker, Traci (Barry) Pierson, Karen (Ryan) Filimoehala, and Susie Tibbitts. They have eight grandchildren. Ed graduated from North Cache High School in 1956. He played basketball at Mesa College in Grand Junction, Colorado. He served a mission for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Southern Australia. When he returned, he studied business at Utah State University. Ed worked at Axtell Chevrolet for 13 years as a salesman. He then started his own building company, Progressive Homes, which was a division of Cantwell Brothers Lumber. He built hundreds of homes over his career and was passionate about helping people get into their first home. He also developed land throughout Cache Valley. Ed was an active member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. He enjoyed his callings in the church and was loved by all those he served. He was Bishop of the USU singles 4th ward and the Hyde Park 2nd Ward. Ed's greatest joy was spending time with his family. He especially loved attending any event where his grandchildren participated. Ed was a very kind and charitable man. He loved life and loved people. He will be remembered for his fun sense of humor and being an optimist at heart. He will be deeply missed by his family. Services will be provided by White Pine Funeral Services. Burial will be in the North Logan City Cemetery. Due to COVID restrictions, there will be a private family viewing and funeral held Saturday, November 14, 2020. A full obituary is posted, along with instructions for a link to the Zoom Meeting of the funeral at .

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