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Our dear, sweet mom, grandmother, and friend, LuAnne McClellan Rasmussen departed this life on Sunday, Oct 17th, 2021, and was reunited with her sweetheart, Dallan. LuAnne was born March 21, 1943, in Seattle Washington to Junius Wilson McClellan and Mildred Clark. LuAnne with her family moved to Michigan, where she would spend her childhood. To this day, the beautiful lakes and green forests of Michigan still hold a special place in her heart. LuAnne went to BYU and studied education and then went on to work on her Master's in Speech Pathology. LuAnne grew up in a household of music which she has continued that love all her life. At BYU, she participated in plays and musicals. It was in the musical Aida that a farm boy from Idaho caught a refined big-city girl's eye and stole her heart. LuAnne and Dallan were married on August 6th, 1969, in the Salt Lake City Temple. Luanne loved to serve, and she unselfishly spent her life helping others in her church callings, Cub Scouts, and community events. But her most favorite group that she spent years participating in and coaching was the Special Needs group in Preston. She loved each and every member of that amazing group. She also loved spending time with her family camping and hiking and taking family trips and we are comforted knowing that after many years of health issues that she is now off hiking in the eternities with her sweetheart and lifelong best friend. LuAnne is survived by her 7 children, Clint, Melanie (Kory) Hobbs, Mark, Annette (Nick) Vredeveld, Matt (Sabrina), Jon (Jamie), and Eric (Kristin), as well as 16 grandkids and 8 great-grandkids. She is preceded in death by her spouse (Dallan), her parents, and two brothers-in-law. Funeral services will be held at 11:00 am on Saturday, October 23, 2021, at the 6th Ward LDS Church located at 55 E 100 S, Preston. A visitation will be held on Friday from 6 to 8 pm at the Franklin County Funeral Home, 56 S. State Street, and again on Saturday from.9:30 to 10:30 am at the church. A link to the funeral services will be provided by Franklin County Funeral Home. In Lieu of flowers, the family suggests a donation may be made to the Greater Opportunities (the Preston Special Needs Group). The account is set up at Advantage Plus Credit Union. Please share a favorite memory of LuAnne or offer condolences to the family by leaving a tribute at

Leslie Alice Wood Mathews, 79 of Grace, Idaho passed away Thursday October 14, 2021 Salt Lake City, Utah. She was born June 26, 1942 in Vancouver British Columbia. Daughter to Leslie George and Alice Gertrude Bryant Wood. She was raised and educated in North Vancouver B.C. graduating from North Vancouver High School. She attended LDS business college in Salt Lake City, Utah. She lived in Grace, Idaho for 40 years and Providence, Utah for the last 11 years. Leslie married Dean Malmberg Mathews April 7, 1965 in the Logan LDS Temple. She was a member of Willams LDS Ward and held various ward and stake callings. Leslie enjoyed raising her 8 children on the farm in Idaho. Her most prized possessions were her children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren. She loved attending many dance recitals and sporting events of her children and grandchildren. She loved serving anyone she came in contact with and she made everyone feel like they were her best friend. She enjoyed her time in Providence, Utah and being close to the Logan LDS temple where she attended often. She also loved her time in her cobblestone neighborhood and LDS ward. Leslie is survived by her 5 sons, 3 daughters and their spouses. Mark and Ann Mathews; Grace, Idaho. Blair and Sherri Mathews; Preston, Idaho. Roy and Tawnya Mathews; Parowan, Utah. Jaynann and Troy Lybbert; Eden, Utah. Richard and Jodi Mathews; Grace, Idaho. Jana and Jake Forsgren; Millville, Utah. Bryant and Jodi Mathews; Grace, Idaho. Janene and Tyler McCurdy; Cedar City; Utah. She is survived by 30 grandchildren and 19 great grandchildren. 2 brothers and 1 sister. Doug and Jolayne Wood; Vancouver Island B.C., Linda Rogers Cardston, Alberta Canada, David and Marilyn Wood; Raymond Alberta Canada. She is preceded in death by her Mother and Father, her husband Dean Mathews and granddaughter Brinlee Mathews. Funeral services will be held at the Williams-Thatcher Ward Chapel in Niter, Idaho. October 23, 2021 at 11:00 a.m. Viewing will be held October 22, 2021 at Williams-Thatcher Ward building from 5-7 p.m. and October 23, 2021 from 9:00-10:30 a.m. Burial Services will be held at the Lago Cemetery. Condolences and memories of Leslie can be shared online with the family by visiting . Funeral Services are under the direction of Sims Funeral Home Soda Springs, Idaho.

Robert Sidney Hanger 80 of Preston, passed away Sunday morning October 10, 2021, at the Preston Hospital. He requested to be removed from life support ending his suffering caused by severe lung damage caused by COVID. He was born June 29, 1941, to Sydney & Virginia Hanger in Salt Lake City, UT. He married Wendy Hansen Hanger on June 25, 1970, in the Salt Lake City, UT Temple and they spent 51 years together. He worked as a Mechanical Engineer for several years then started his own HVAC Test & Balance Co, which is still going strong and is now owned by his son-in-law Tim Thorpe. He loved having his own company because he only had to work 1/2 day shifts, and it didn't matter which 12 hours he worked. He enjoyed camping, horse pack trips into the High Uinta's, 4 wheeling, collecting guns, and loved to fly airplanes. He had his private pilot license and flew until his wife said he was too old to be safe. He loved music and enjoyed playing the piano and had the opportunity to play the organ for the Logan temple. He loved to serve and had many church callings including, Sunday School President, Music Director, Ward clerk, Executive Secretary, and ward missionary. He should have been a greeter as he loved to walk down the aisle and greet people. For the last 10 years, he worked as an ordinance worker in the Logan temple and this became his greatest passion. He loved the work and had a strong testimony of the importance of temple work and felt blessed to associate with wonderful fellow workers forming very lasting friendships. He is survived by his wife Wendy, brother Jay Hanger in West Jordan, UT, children Kristie (and Tyler) Butterfield in West Jordan, UT, Jessica Harvey, Jodi (and Tim) Thorpe and daughter in law Beth Hanger, all in Preston, ID and his 9 Grandchildren. He was proceeded in death by his parents and son Eric Travis Hanger There will be a viewing on Friday, October 15, 2021, from 6-8 pm at the Whitney Ward LDS Church, located at 1600 E. 14444 S. Preston, and again on Saturday, October 16th from 9:30 to -11 am. No formal services are being conducted, but there will be an informal celebration of life and luncheon at 12 p.m. Saturday, October 16, 2021, at the Whitney church, for all friends & family. Please share a favorite memory of Robert or offer condolences to the family by leaving a tribute at

It is with a heavy heart that the Tingey family announces the passing of it's head of household. Alma Willis (Bill) Tingey was playing by himself in his beloved Bobcat skid steer when they both lost balance and flipped over. Despite being seen by eyes of friends and neighbors and a fast and efficient response from first responders, Bill succumbed to his injuries. He was a loving, compassionate yet stubborn man who was doing what he loved and probably had a smile on his face right to the end. Goodbye, Dad. Alma Willis Tingey, Jr. (Bill) was born December 20, 1936 in Troy, Missouri. He died October 7, 2021 in Wellsville, Utah. Bill was the son of Willis Alma Tingey and Lola Madsen Tingey. He married Ardis Leatham on May 8, 1959 in the Logan Temple. Together they had four children: Terrance (deceased), Kevin, Chantell and Reese. Grandchildren: Celestia Corvinus, Bethany Stall, Gabriel Stall, Connor Tingey, Lane Tingey, Brittney Quinn, Junior Quinn. Siblings: Jean Johnson, Carol Tingey, Beth Adams, Perry Tingey (deceased), Judy Holt (deceased), Pam Tingey, and Kenneth Tingey. A viewing will take place Tuesday, October 12, 2021 from 5 to 7 pm at Allen-Hall Mortuary, 34 East Center Street in Logan. Funeral services will be held Wednesday, October 13th, at the Wellsville LDS church located at 30 South Center Street in Wellsville beginning at 11am with a viewing one hour prior. Interment will take place in the Wellsville City Cemetery. Condolences may be expressed online at

Tom Borg Tom Borg (age 66), the best of husbands, fathers, and friends, passed away in the early morning of October 4, 2021. He was most recently a resident of Layton, Utah. Thomas Garth Borg, son of Garth Borg and Norma Dean Bulow, was born in Richfield, Utah. He served a mission for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in the California Arcadia Mission from 1974 to 1976. After spending some time at Snow College, Tom attended BYU where he met his best friend and sweetheart, Karen. They were married in 1980 in the Manti Temple. Tom and Karen have 4 children: Kate, Chris, Amelia, and Liz. Tom knew a little bit about everything and had a wide array of hobbies. He was a beekeeper, a woodworker, a reader, a hiker, an astronomer, a bird and tree enthusiast, a poet, and a musician. If you had a question about anything, Tom could answer it, or knew where to look to find it. It is difficult to summarize all of the things that made Tom special, but some of our most precious memories are of him sharing what he knew with countless family and friends. Tom dedicated his career to institutions of higher education; helping those in the community access lifelong learning, and he was proud to have served the community for over 20 years at Weber State Continuing Education. Tom is survived by his wife, Karen and their children Kate, Chris, Amelia (Joseph), and Liz (Keltsey), his brother Alan (Kathy). Having lived so far from relatives, we would like to thank all of the people who became family through your service, love, and friendship over the years. Funeral services will be held at the Layton Valley View Stake Center (1589 East Gentile) on Friday, October 8, 202, at 2:00 p.m. Friends may visit with family from 12:00 to 1:30 p.m. prior to the service at the church. Interment, Lindquist's Memorial Park at Layton, 1867 No. Fairfield Rd., Layton, Utah. Dad was a keeper of memories and a purveyor of puns. Although he would call this a "grave situation," we would love for you to share any memories, puns, or poems you have on the tribute wall at the Lindquist Mortuary website. Services entrusted to Lindquist's Layton Mortuary, 1867 No. Fairfield Rd., Layton, Utah. Condolences may be shared at .