Theron Craig Olsen returned to the loving arms of his Heavenly Father and loved ones who were anxiously awaiting him on December 14th at 4:44 AM. He suffered a major heart attack and was surrounded by his loved ones at the time of his passing. Theron was born on October 16th 1946, in Logan, UT to Carrol LeGrande Olsen and Margaret LaVerda Hawkes Olsen. He graduated from Logan High School then enrolled into college at Utah State University. He completed his education at the University of Utah and received his Master's Degree in Social Work. Theron served during the Vietnam War and was stationed in Germany. He loved his country and was very patriotic. He had a great sense of humor and always loved to make people laugh. He was an avid hunter and a great fisherman. He spent most of his childhood hunting with his dad. Theron was always grateful and appreciative for his family, friends, and most of all for his Father in Heaven. His love for God and the teachings of Jesus Christ helped lift him up, and comforted him throughout his life. He served in many callings for the church, always with great willingness to help. He loved and spoiled his sweet little cat "Star" and both were inseparable. He loved spending his time at the Cache County Senior Citizens Center and loved helping those in need. He made many close friends that are near and dear to his heart. The family would like to express their extreme love and gratitude towards all of the help they received from by-standers, medical staff, and the support of family and friends. Survived by his kids. Kimberly (Rich)Olsen, Brett (Michele)Olsen, Angela Olsen James, Nathan Olsen, Michael Olsen, Emily Olsen Whipperman and many loving grandkids, His brother Brent (Elaine) Olsen. Sister/Best friend DeAnn (Clyde)Leishman. Preceded by death of his parents Carrol and LaVerda Olsen, Brothers Lornell, Deloy, Jerry, and Rulon Olsen. Theron also was deeply loved by his many grandchildren, nieces, and nephews. Viewing services will be held Monday, December 20th from 6-8 pm at Allen-Hall Mortuary (34 E Center St, Logan). Funeral service will take place Tuesday, December 21st beginning at 1:00pm at Allen-Hall Mortuary, with a viewing prior from 11 to 12:30pm. Interment to follow in the Logan City Cemetery. In lieu of flowers the family is asking for donations to the "Cache County Senior Citizens Center" and the "" https://www.cachecounty.org/senior/ https://diabetes.org/ Condolences may be expressed online at www.allenmortuaries.net
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Paul Stewart passed away at his home with family on Tuesday, November 30, 2021. He was born in Hagerstown, Maryland. Paul touched the lives of everybody he met with his kindness and generosity, he will be remembered and missed everyday. Paul is survived by his wife Judy Hawk, his sons Tommy Stewart (Nakeer Stewart), Randy Perry, Lee Perry, daughter Brookie Perry, grandsons Robert Perry, Bradley Perry, Brandon Haroldson, Alex Perry, Aurthur Lee Perry, granddaughters Amber Perry, Lilly Perry, Anna Whiteside, Leah Mattox, Arley Perry, Brittany Perry, great grandchildren, Odessa Perry, Xavier Perry, Nokoah Perry, Destiny Reyna, Joey Reyna, Janna Whiteside, Aiden Guerrero, his brother Mike Stewart, his sister and brother in-law Debbie and George Pruitt, as well as nieces and nephews, Greg Pruitt, Brittany Pruitt-Griffin, Douglas Stewart and Michael Stewart, as well as many great nieces and nephews. Paul is pre-deceased by his mother Rosealie and Robert Stewart, as well as his older brothers Robert B. Stewart, and Robert S. Stewart, and older sister Robin Lee. Paul will be remembered daily and never forgotten, we love you Papa Paul. Services and Viewing will be at Whitney Freewill Baptist Church, 847 Iron Ore Road 29303, Tuesday December 7th, from 6-8PM.
Dixie Colleen Rasmussen passed away peacefully on October 26, 2021, in Tremonton, Utah. Dixie was born on August 18, 1935 in Logan, Cache County, Utah, to Reuben Sherman and Carmen Winn Rasmussen as the youngest of three daughters. She grew up in Clarkston, where she became a beautiful and confident young woman. After graduating from North Cache High School and LDS Seminary, she attended Ex-Cel-Cis School of Beauty in Salt Lake City, Utah, where she was awarded a certificate of completion. Dixie then moved to California, where she made her new home and accepted employment with Sperry Rand Company. She worked the rest of her successful career for Hughes Aircraft Company, excelling as a project manager and gaining numerous achievement awards. She retired in December of 1989. Years later Dixie moved to Layton, Utah, to be near nieces and nephews. Dixie had many talents and interests during her life. She was a hard worker and liked to learn new things and wasn't afraid to go after her ambitions. She loved to swim and really enjoyed cooking and even attended culinary school. She was a lover of cats and had many over her lifetime, that were her constant companions. She loved her sisters and their families and remembered her nieces and nephews on birthdays and holidays. She enjoyed and treasured the close, life-long friendships of her childhood. Dixie is survived by many nieces and nephews and is preceded in death by her mother and father and her two sisters, Wanda (Melvin Glenn) and Venna (Keith Page). A Graveside service will be held at the Clarkston Cemetery (W 11000 N Clarkston, UT) Monday, November 1, 2021, at 2:00 p.m. Online condolences may be found at www.ruddfuneralhome.com under her obituary.