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DaNece Newey Robson, 79, of North Logan, died on Wednesday, June 15, 2022 at her home. Funeral services will be held on Saturday, June 25th at 11:am in he North Logan LDS Ward, 1550 E. 1900 N.. There will be a viewing held on Friday evening from 6-8 pm at the Allen-Hall Mortuary, 34 E. Center, Logan and at the church on Saturday from 9:30 - 10:30 am. . A complete obituary will follow. www.allenmortuaries.com

Richard King Austin, 76, of North Logan, passed away on Monday, May 6, 2022 at his home. Funeral services will be held on Saturday at 12 pm in the Elkridge Chapel, 1650 E. 2600 N., North Logan. There will be a viewing held on Friday evening from 6-8 pm at the Allen Mortuary of North Logan and also at the church from 10:30 - 11:30 am on Saturday. www.allenortuaries.com

Ingold Bruno Nephi Ingold 101 North Logan, Utah passed away March 3, 2022. Allen Mortuary of North Logan allenmortuaries.com .

Carley McMurtrey Arave, 89, of North Logan passed away peacefully on Thursday February 17, 2022 in St George, Utah. She was born on February 21, 1932 in Ririe, Idaho. She was the fifth child of six born to Lawrence Jay and Annie Forsyth McMurtrey. She grew up in Shelley, Idaho and considers herself to have had a wonderful childhood despite growing up during the depression. She went to Shelley High School where she met Clive Wendell Arave, who became the love of her life of 71 years. The two wed in the Idaho Falls temple on October 10, 1950. Soon after getting married they moved to Fort Worden, Washington where Clive was stationed in the Army and where their first child, Wendy Lee, was born. After serving two years in the military they moved to Logan, Utah where Clive received his bachelors and masters degrees from Utah State University and two more children were born: Stephanie Louise and Joe Clive. The litte family moved to California where Clive spent a year working on purebred holstein dairy, then decided to continue his education at UC Davis and where Christine Marie was born. Carley learned to decorate cakes which became a fun hobby for her. Over the years, she decorated many wedding cakes for family and friends. She was always sharing her talents. She was there for her husband, even typing his PhD dissertation (she could type 75 words per minute!) After a brief teaching position at Chico State, Clive accepted an offer to teach at Utah State University and the family moved to Logan, Utah. The next year they built their lifelong home in North Logan. Their last children Lorraine Deanne and James Jason were born here. Their home has been a gathering place where cherished memories have been created, especially on Pioneer Day which Carley loved to host since the parade passed on their street. Carley had many interests. She loved to learn and read and sought to instill this in her family (everyone got a book for Christmas!). She was an excellent seamstress and sewed many of her children's clothes. She was most famous for the beautiful quilts she made. She shared these freely and they are treasured by her family. She loved doing puzzles and playing all kinds of games. She had a keen mind and was formidable at Hand and Foot! For many years, she got up early to swim every day. She gave freely of her time in service to others. She was involved in 4-H, Daughters of the Utah Pioneers and was on the board of the USU International Wives Club for many years. She was passionate about geneology, sharing family histories with her family and making fifty flower arrangements every year to decorate graves of ancestors in Idaho and Utah on Memorial Day. She loved to travel and was afforded opportunities through Clive's university work to see much of Europe and the Middle East. They took family vacations across the country each year to Clive's professional meetings. They lived in New Zealand for a year while Clive did research. When Clive retired after 31 years, they volunteered for a year teaching in China. Carley loved that experience and gave so much to her students. Carley was a faithful member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. She loved the gospel and served in many positions, her favorite being an officiator in the Temple with her eternal companion. She strove every day to live a Christ-like life. She was selfless and kind, the most beautiful soul. She truly radiated love toward all she met. Most of all, Carley's family was the great source of joy in her life. She set the best example of love and giving and thinking of others. She made her children and grandchildren each feel special. She loved them with all her heart! She was always thrilled when family came to visit and she never let anyone leave her house hungry! She made Christmas packages for everyone and never missed a birthday! Carley is survived by her husband, Clive, six children: Wendy (Bill Hinton), Stephanie (Jim Aitken), Joe (Julia Wiberg), Christine (Gordon Baker), Lorraine (Bruce Helgeson), James (Shonie Davis), her sister, Roxie Cooper, 29 grandchildren, 50 great grandchildren, and 3 great great grandchildren. Memorial services will be held on Saturday, March 5th at 12:00pm at the North Logan LDS Chapel, 1900 North 1550 East with a viewing prior for family and friends at 10 am. Condolences and memories may be shared online and a video presentation of her life seen at www.allenmortuaries.com . Services will be live streamed and can be viewed via the same link. Funeral Arrangements by Allen-Hall Mortuary. Special thanks to all those who have reached out to our family at this sad time. Also, to all those who have cared for Carley. She was treasured by all who knew her. She was exceptional! She will be sorely missed. Till we see you again, we love you. You will always be in our hearts.

Our beloved father, son, brother, uncle, and friend, Kirt William Hoggan, passed away at his home in North Logan on Sunday, December 5, 2021. Kirt was born during the Christmas season on December 23, 1965, in Logan, Utah, to L. Brent and LaConna P. Hoggan. He was educated in the Cache County School District, graduating from Sky View High School in 1984. Kirt loved football and played for the Sky View football team as a quarterback and running back. After his high school graduation, he served an honorable mission for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Taiwan. One highlight of his life was when his father brought his favorite horse, Beige Boy Cache, down to the Salt Lake airport to see him off on his mission. Kirt was able to ride Beige Boy in the airport parking lot before boarding the plane to Taiwan. Kirt earned a bachelor's degree from Utah State University in business and was an entrepreneur his entire life. He was also an accomplished farmer and ran the family farm in North Logan. His hay fields were a delight to see. He married Suzanne Soule on January 23, 1993. They later divorced. Kirt raised their son, Kirt James (KJ), who was the light of his life. The two of them were best buddies and spent many hours working and playing together. After KJ married, they continued the tradition of meeting every Friday for lunch to stay connected. He delighted in recently becoming a grandfather to Kason Louis Hoggan. Kirt was the light of his own father's life. Kirt was a caring and devoted father and son. He was a hard worker and spent his entire life caring for his parents and working and overseeing all that needed to be done on the Smiling H Ranch. He took meticulous care of the fields and was never happier than when on a tractor or a swather. Many hours were spent moving sprinkler pipe, baling and hauling hay, working the fields, and caring for the horses, homestead, and barnyard. He taught himself how to weld and welded the pipe fencing on the ranch. Kirt was an active member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. His life was one of sacrifice and service to all he knew. His family remembers the time he played Santa at the family Christmas party and delighted us all. He was there to plow snow after every snowstorm for neighbors and friends with his beloved tractor. He looked out for so many. His easy smile and contagious laugh endeared him to all. Kirt served as the president of Cache Highline Water Association and North Park Irrigation Company, and he spent many long hours resolving and working out water issues. He had a gift for detail and organization. He was a meticulous record keeper. The people of North Logan will miss seeing him riding his red four-wheeler back and forth from the Smiling H Ranch to his home, mowing the mow strips, and running farm machinery in the fields along 2500 North. He is survived by his parents, L. Brent and LaConna Hoggan; son KJ (Aubrie) Hoggan; grandson Kason Louis Hoggan; siblings Robinette (Bill) Jensen, Brad (Dacei) Hoggan, Paul (Kari) Hoggan, Christina (Gary) Folsom, and Julie (Stacy) Nelson; and many beloved nieces and nephews. Great thought and consideration has gone into how to pay respects to Kirt given the current pandemic climate. Our family has personally experienced the impact of COVID-19 and believe it to have come from a large gathering. In light of this, we ask that all who attend please wear a mask and keep physical contact to a minimum. Sanitizer and masks will be available and are encouraged to be used by everyone in attendance. Please let us honor a great man's memory by doing all we can to prevent someone else's family from experiencing any heartache. With that being said, funeral services will be held at 11:00 am on Saturday, December 11, 2021, in the chapel located at 1650 East 2600 North, North Logan. A viewing will be held on Friday evening, December 10th, from 6:00 to 8:00 pm at the Allen Mortuary of North Logan, 420 East 1800 North, North Logan, and prior to the Saturday services from 9:30 to 10:30 am. Burial will be in the Hyde Park Cemetery. Condolences may be expressed online at www.allenmortuaries.net

Duane was born January, 24, 1925 in La Grande, Oregon, to George A. and Erma Bean Chadwick. He was the third of four children. When he was young, the family moved to a farm near Weiser, Idaho. They had no plumbing or electricity and their farm equipment was horse-drawn. From first to eighth grade, Dad rode a horse to a one-room schoolhouse. In order to attend high school, he had to move to town, live alone, and do his own cooking. He filled his lonesome evenings by teaching himself to play the saw, the harmonica, and the guitar. In 1943, he joined the Navy and served on a submarine during World War II . After the war, he attended Utah State Agricultural College (now USU) until he served a mission in New Zealand and the Cook Islands for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. He loved the Maori people and made many lifelong friends while on his mission. When dad returned to college, he married Patricia Ann Daines on March 9, 1951 in the Logan Temple. After graduating with a degree in electrical engineering, Duane and Pat moved to Seattle where he continued his education at the University of Washington and worked at Boeing until 1957. The family then returned to Logan where he joined the electrical engineering faculty at USU. He thoroughly enjoyed his teaching and research endeavors at the university. Dad had an interest in and a mind for inventing. After retirement, dad and mom returned to the Cook Islands as missionaries. They were a great team both inside and outside of the home. Dad enjoyed serving in many capacities in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints and was grateful for his testimony of the gospel. He had many hobbies and passions, but his greatest joys came from the gospel and his family. He is preceded in death by his wife Patricia, and his siblings: Idon Anderson, Cleo Sessions, and David Chadwick. He is survived by his seven children: D. George (Lisa) of La Grande, Oregon, Mary (Steven) Sharp of Logan, Rebecca (Edward) Taggart of North Logan, Margaret (Glen) Barker of Soda Springs, Idaho, John D. (Kim) of North Logan, Stephen G. (Carmina) of North Logan, and Suzanne (Curt) Bingham, Hyde Park, 40 grandchildren, and 42 great-grandchildren. Funeral services will be held Saturday, November 20, at the church house at 1650 East 2650 North, North Logan, at 1 p.m. Visitations: Friday, November 19 from 6-8 p.m. at the Allen Mortuary of North Logan, 420 East 1800 North, and prior to the funeral Saturday, 10:30-11:30 a.m. Services will be livestreamed and may be viewed online at www.allenmortuaries.net

Duane G. Chadwick, 96, of North Logan , passed away on Saturday, November 13, 2021 at his home. Funeral services will be held on Saturday at 11:00 am in the Bentwood Ward, 1650 East 2600 North. There will be a viewing on Friday evening from 6-8 pm at the Allen Mortuary of North Logan and at the church from 9:30 - 10:30 am. A complete obituary will appear on Thursday. www.allenmortuaries.com

Carol Ann Isham, 69, of North Logan, died on Wednesday, October 20, 2021 at the Ogden Regional Hospital. A Memorial Service will be held on Friday, October 22nd at 2:00 pm in the Allen Mortuary of North Logan, 420 E. 1800 N. . There will be no public viewing prior. A complete obituary will appear at a later date. www.allenmortuaries.com