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DEATH: MYRTLE PULSIPHER

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Our loving wife, mother, grandmother, sister and friend, passed away suddenly, but peacefully, July 25, 1990, while surrounded by her family.

Born December 23, 1895, Colton, California to Urban Van and Clara Bauer Stewart. Married her sweetheart, Howard Pulsipher, September 27, 1917, in the Salt Lake LDS Temple. They shared 72 years of devoted love and companionship. Active member of the LDS Church, she willingly served the Lord in many callings, including MIA, Primary, Stake Primary Board, Relief Society President, dedicated Visiting Teacher for 35 years and as a Stake Missionary. Member of the D.U.P., she was an officer of the East Millcreek Neff Camp. She always appreciated the beauty and produce of the Earth, and delighted in canning, cooking (for many), quilting and sewing.Myrtle effected all who knew her with her example of love and unselfish compassionate service. Our family thanks God for the precious time we had with her, and having her love and teachings benefit our lives. She will certainly influence her posterity for good throughout eternity.

Survived by her husband, Howard; two daughters and a son, Bernece (and husband Orson) Leavitt, H. Stewart (and wife Gwen) Pulsipher, and Lucille (and husband Keith B.) Lewis, all from Salt Lake City; 10 grandchildren; 31 great-grandchildren; seven great great-grandchildren; and a brother Walter Granger, also Salt Lake City. Preceded in death by an infant son; a grandson; and three brothers.

Funeral services will be Monday, July 30, 11 a.m., at the Rosecrest First Ward, 3201 So. 2300 East, with Bishop David Towers officiating. Friends may call Sunday evening from 6-8 at the Holbrook Funeral Chapel, 3251 So. 2300 East, and at the church on Monday for one hour prior to the services. Interment: the Elysian Burial Gardens. Funeral Directors: the Holbrook Funeral Chapel.

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