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Jerold G. Baum
Newspaper: The Deseret News
Date: September 21, 1990
Submitted by Sandra Davis
Jerold G. Baum, 59, died September 19, 1990 in a Monticello Hospital.

Born January 25, 1931 in Heber City to Donald Simon and Nellie Abigail Cummings Baum. Married Ann Montgomery June 24, 1955 in the Salt Lake Temple.Employee of Boeing Aerospace Company in Seattle for 25 years, Owner and Manager San Juan Trading Post in Mexican Hat, Utah for 8 years and Sun Bonnet Cafe in Bluff, Utah for 2 years. Veteran of the Korean War.

Survived by wife, Bluff; children, Brent, Grants Pass, New Mexico; Mrs. William (Susan) Powell, Dayton, Texas; five grandchildren; sister, Mrs. Bert (Donna) Giles, Monticello, Utah.

Funeral services Saturday, 2 P.M. at Olpin Mortuary, Heber City where friends may call prior to services. Burial Heber City Cemetery.


Edward S. Boyle
Newspaper: The Deseret News
Date: May 12, 1990
Submitted by Sandra Davis
Edward S. Boyle, 73, of Monticello, died May 10, 1990 at the Utah Valley Regional Medical Center in Provo of complications due to cancer.

He was born September 21, 1916 a son of Edward S. and Clarice Webster Boyle in Malvern, Arkansas. He married Hazel Dawn Jensen January 23, 1948 in Kansas City, Missouri. Their marriage was later solemnized in the Manti LDS Temple. He grew up in Arkansas and enlisted in the Air Force at the out break of World War II, where he earned the Distinguished Flying Cross in Europe. He moved with his family to Monticello in 1958 and soon began a career in the insurance business. He retired in 1981. He was active in civic affairs, serving on the Monticello City Council and San Juan County Commission and as a Democratic party county chairman. He joined the LDS Church in 1965, where he served in a bishopric, high council, as a temple worker and as a stake mission president. He served three full time missions with his wife, in Nigeria, Australia, and Alaska. He led an active, vigorous, and positive life.

Survivors include his wife of Monticello; three sons, Doug Boyle of Orem; Scott Boyle of Monticello; and Bill Boyle of Palo Alto, California; two sisters, Bessie Jane Montgomery and Clarice Edna DePriest, both of Lonoke, Arkansas; and eight wonderful grandchildren.

Funeral services will be held Monday, May 14, 1990, 1 p.m. in Monticello LDS Chapel. Friends may call at the church from 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. on Monday. Burial will be in the Monticello Cemetery.


Marguerite Pehrson
Newspaper: The Deseret News
Date: January 11, 1991
Submitted by Sandra Davis
Marguerite Louise Pehrson, 82, died January 9, 1991 at Monticello, Utah.

Born March 12, 1908 in Clear Creek, Utah to Herman and Anna Louise Anderson. Married Junius Evan Pehrson, September 27, 1941. He preceded her in death in 1931. Loving mother, grandmother and great grandmother. One of the original founders of the Monticello Community Church where she remained active throughout her life. She loved music and was a avid golfer.

Survivors include sons Douglas, Michael, both of Monticello; Janes, Kanab; Fredrick, Bountiful; daughters, Mrs. George (Anita) Haddaway, Monticello; Mrs. Paul (Helen) Summers, Bountiful; 18 grandchildren; five great-grandchildren; sisters, Normal Rhode and Alice Edwards, both of Yucca Valley, California.

Funeral services will be held Saturday at 12 noon at the Monticello Community Church. Friends may call at the Church one hour prior to the service. Interment, Monticello City Cemetery.


Keith B. Redd
Newspaper: The Salt Lake Tribune
Date: October 10, 1992
Submitted by Sandra Davis
MONTICELLO--Keith B. Redd, died October 7, 1992 at his home in Monticello.

He was born March 22, 1917 in Blanding, Utah to Lemuel Burton and Irene Hatch Redd. Married Donna Hammond in the Logan LDS Temple, September 24, 1940. Keith graduated from Utah State University. He served in the Army Air Corp. during World War II. He operated a Petroleum business in San Juan Country, and was active in civic affairs serving as mayor of Monticello. Also served with his wife in the Canadian Halifax Mission.

He is survived by his wife Donna; sons, Brent and wife, Sherry, Monticello; Paul and wife Chris-

tine, Atlanta, Georgia; Curtis and Marcia, Budd Lake, New Jersey; Rick, Riverton; daughters, Donalee and husband, Daniel Wolfe, Highland; Cindy and husband, Patrick White, Highland; also survived by brother, Lloyd, Fort Worth, Texas; sister, Francelle Blickenstaff, Blanding; Judy Adams, Monticello; 31 grandchildren; one great-grandson. Preceded in death by a daughter, Jeanne Anthony and brothers, Johnny Burton and Kerm.

Funeral services will be Saturday, October 10, 1992 at 1 p.m. in the Monticello Stake Center, friends may call two hours prior to the service at the stake center. Interment, Monticello Cemetery. Arrangements by the San Juan Mortuary of Blanding.


Ila Allred Robson
Newspaper: The Deseret News
Date: April 27, 1990
Submitted by Sandra Davis
Ila Allred Robson, 88, loving mother, grandmother, sister and friend, passed away April 25, 1990.

Born in Moab, Utah October 3, 1901 to Wilson M. and Laura Johnson Allred. Married Gordon A. Robson August 1, 1923; he died February 5, 1956. Active member LDS Church, member DUP, San Juan Camp. Graduated from the U of U with a BA in Library Science. A librarian many years in the Monticello schools. Spent many hours knitting and sewing for the Red Cross during WW II.

Survived by two daughters and two sons, Mrs. Ted (Margaret) Bronson, Monticello; Laura Leatham, Salt Lake City; Ralph Robson, Monticello; and Howard Robson, Tucson, Ariz.; nine grandchildren; 22 great-grandchildren; 20 great-greet-grandchildren; two brothers, Waldo Allred, LaPalma, Calif.; Eugene Allred, Pleasant Grove. Preceded in death by her husband, daughter, Sarah Jane Robson, one sister and three brothers.

Funeral services will be Saturday, April 28, 1990, 1 p.m., Monticello Ward Chapel, where friends may call 11:30 prior to services.






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