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Kaysville, Utah (UT)

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Audene Scharp French
Audene Scharp French
Class of 1969
Passed Jan 19, 2009
Audene S. French, loving wife, mother, sister, and grandmother returned home peacefully Monday, January 19, 2009 after a long battle with breast cancer. She was born December 16, 1950 in Layton, Utah to Coy Nielsen and Melvin Conrad Scharp.

Audene graduated from Davis High School and attended Weber State University and BYU.

She met her soul mate, Thomas Edwin French in 1972 and they were married in 1975. Together they were blessed with two sons.

Audene retired from Hill Air Force Base in 2005 with 33 years of service. She spent much of her career as a Personnel/Manpower Analyst and retired as an Information Specialist (Computer Support). Audene felt great joy in giving assistance to others.

Audene had many talents, including oil painting, quilting, piano and violin. She had a deep love of nature and animals. Tom and Audene spent many weekends enjoying camping with their sons on their Sunridge property. Audene always referred to their property as a “sacred place” where she could enjoy spotting the plentiful moose, beaver dams, and wild flowers. It was her place to commune with the Holy Spirit, and provided inspiration for her creative outlets.

Audene was active in the American Pomeranian Club for many years. She will greatly miss the little Pomeranians she leaves behind (Preshus, Heidi and Angie). Audene’s dogs provided much love to the elderly and sick.

Audene is survived by her husband, Thomas E. French, her sons, Christian Thomas (Brooke) French, and Nathan Andrew French (fiancé Carina Faletto), her mother, Coy Scharp, her sisters and brothers, Roger (Gay) Scharp of Syracuse; Carol (Bob) Allinson of Cedar City; Valerie (Steve) Monroe of Syracuse; Vickie (Dale) Carter, Aurora, CO; and David (Darline) Scharp of Layton; and grandchildren, Cole, Trace and Trinity.

Her father Melvin Scharp preceded her in death.

A celebration of her life will be held Saturday, January 24, 2009 at 2 p.m. at Lindquist’s Layton Mortuary, 1867 No. Fairfield Road.
Cathi Nuttall
Cathi Nuttall
Class of 1982
Passed Jul 03, 2021
(no additional information)
Jodi Otterstrom
Jodi Otterstrom
Class of 1982
Passed Sep 29, 2021
(no additional information)
John L. Egan, Lt. Col. Usaf, Ret.
John L. Egan, Lt. Col. USAF, Ret.
Class of 1962
Passed Dec 05, 2002
John L. Egan, Jr.'s (Class of 62) Father, at age 85
Kent (hart) Stacey
Kent (Hart) Stacey
Class of 1954
Passed Mar 20, 2014
(no additional information)
Robert Scott Mickelson
Robert Scott Mickelson
Class of 1971
Passed Jul 28, 2006
Robert Mickelson 1953 ~ 2006 Beloved son, brother, uncle, and friend, Robert Scott Mickelson, died July 28, 2006 at LDS Hospital. He was born May 26, 1953 in Salt Lake City, UT to Donald and Lucille Lougee Mickelson. He grew up in Farmington, Utah where he had many friends and loved ones. He graduated with honors from Davis High and went on to graduate Cum Laude from Weber State College with a degree in communications/journalism. While attending Weber State, Robert served as the sports editor for the school newspaper. At the time of his death, Robert had been employed as a journalist for the Davis County Clipper. Robert was not only a good journalist, but was an excellent writer all-around. Robert enjoyed traveling and being in the out of doors. He had a great sense of humor and a compassionate heart for all. He was a member of the LDS Church and had a testimony of Jesus Christ. He is survived by his loving parents, Don and Lucille; sisters, Anne and Carol Mickelson; and two nephews, Christopher (Briana) Cousins and Stephen (Kim) Cousins; many friends, extended family, and associates. Funeral services will be held 1 p.m. Wednesday, August 2, 2006 at the Murray Winchester Ward building, 6300 South 700 West, Murray, Utah. Friends and family may call 6-8 p.m. Tuesday, August 1st at Russon Brothers Farmington Mortuary, 1941 North Main (across from Cherry Hill) and again 11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. at the church prior to the services. Interment at the Farmington City Cemetery. Online guest book at www.russonmortuary.com
Roger Dorius
Roger Dorius
Class of 1989
(Passed date unknown)
Passed away of brain cancer around 1991.
Steven W. Allen
Steven W. Allen
Class of 1971
Passed Feb 07, 2010
Steven W. Allen 12/2/1952 ~ 2/7/2010 KAYSVILLE - Steven Webster Allen, born December 2, 1952 in Salt Lake City, son to the late Owen Dale and Connie Allen, died of a heart attack on Sunday, February 7, 2010 in Layton, Utah.He is survived by his wife, LaFon S. Allen and his children: Bryce D. and Jennie Allen, StacyAnn Allen, Craig H. and Lindsay Allen, Jonathan D. Allen, Garrett S. Allen and was a proud grandpa to Owen H. Allen. Steve also had two sisters, Sharon A. Barnett and Susan A. Ormond and one brother, Michael J. Allen. Steven was a draftsman by profession. He contributed to many projects, his favorites being the Las Vegas and Portland LDS Temples. A gifted artist, he could draw a perfectly straight line without using a ruler. He could often be found drawing intricate pieces of art which he would call "just a doodle". A lover of baseball and other sports, he dedicated his time to his children, teaching them the rules of the game. They have many fond memories of their Dad as their coach. Steve graduated from Davis High School, where he was involved in athletics. He still holds the record for the most consecutive pull-ups in a row. He loved living in Kaysville. After living and working here most of his life, he knew where any road in Kaysville led to. He served a mission for the LDS church in the California East mission and was then reassigned to the Washington mission. He later married the love of his life, LaFon, in the Salt Lake LDS Temple. He has held several callings and enjoyed being the High Priest Instructor. He was a man of character and respected by many. Steve always had some funny sayings and definitely would want his last words to be, "ladies and gentlemen, take my advice, pull down your pants and slide on the ice." Our father, husband, grandfather, brother and son was loved very much and will be greatly missed. Funeral services will be held at 11:00 a.m., Friday, February 12, 2010 at the LDS ward chapel, 50 West, Kaysville. Friends may call Thursday evening, February 11, from 6-8 p.m. at Russon Brothers Mortuary, 1941 North Main, Farmington and Friday morning from 9:45-10:45 a.m. at the church prior to services. Interment-Kaysville Cemetery.

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