Howard Brinton Gundersen, 87, of Salt Lake City, died January 27, 1992.

Born May 5, 1904, in Salt Lake City to Thomas Olaf and Harriett Brinton Gundersen. Married Lois Rich, June 5, 1929, in the Logan LDS Temple; she died April 23, 1988. He graduated from Utah State Agricultural College with a Bachelors Degree and received a Masters of Science at the University of Wisconsin. He taught industrial arts at the Branch Agricultural College in Cedar City and Penn State University. He was Utah State Director of Trades and Industry; founding President of Salt Lake Area Vocational School (now Salt Lake Community College). He was a vocational education consultant for the U.S. Army in post-war Germany and South America. He was director of training at Kennecott Copper Corp. He was director of Manpower Development and Training for the U.S. in Washington D.C. and later was Western Regional Director. He retired in 1972.Active member of the LDS Church and had served as a Stake Sunday School president, Stake Young Men's president, stake missionary and was on the High Council.

Survived by a daughter, Ann and her husband, Neal Lewis, Salt Lake City; son, Paul and his wife, Geri Gundersen, Sandy; seven grandchildren; 13 great-grandchildren; brother, Arden Gundersen, Salt Lake City; sister, Erma

VanBeanen, Fairfield, California.

Funeral services will be Thursday, January 30, 11 a.m., Cottonwood LDS 12th Ward, 1750 East Spring Lane (5200 So.). Friends may call at the Cottonwood Mortuary, 4670 Highland Drive, Wednesday 6:30-7:30 p.m. and Thursday at the church one hour prior to services.

Interment: Elysian Burial Gardens.

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