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DEATH: W.D. "DIL" NEBEKER, JR.

Walter Dilworth Nebeker, Jr. passed away March 18, 1992 peacefully at home.

He was born November 9, 1908 in Salt Lake City, the son of Walter Dilworth Nebeker and Emeline Young. A graduate of West High School, he received his bachelors degree in history from the University of Utah followed by an MBA from Harvard University in 1932. He was active in university life and a member of the Sigma Nu Fraternity.He married Virginia Kingsbury October 24, 1934; later sealed in the Salt Lake LDS Temple. She passed away two short years later August 26, 1936. He found and married his beloved "bride", Helen Alston in the Salt Lake LDS Temple Nov. 10, 1939. Helen passed away Nov. 18, 1987.

He was active in the Salt Lake City business community, beginning his career at J.A. Hogle Investments, later leaving to work with his father in the mining brokerage business. He was the financial editor of the Deseret News; formed the Utah Mutual Fund, and served as an officer in numerous mining and oil companies, namely: Consolidated Wagon Machine Company, Kentucky Utah Mines, and Croff Oil Company. He continued in the brokerage business forming W.D. Nebeker & Co. He also served as director and on the executive committee of the Utah Home Fire Insurance Co. for 28 years. He was active in the LDS Church serving unpretentiously in various callings.

Dil was a true gentleman and all who met him were touched by his sweet and kind nature. The loving relationship he shared with his bride and his great integrity serve as a great example to his family and friends.

He is survived by his three children, Mrs. Gary N. (Jane) Sheffield, Salt Lake City; Dilworth A.

Nebeker, Santa Barbara, Calif.; and Gordon A. Nebeker, Tokyo, Japan; as well as eight grandchildren: Scott, Steven, Susan, and

Stanford Sheffield, and Andrea, Emily, Lindsey, and James Dilworth Nebeker; also survived by his devoted sister Emeline Nebeker Thurman.

Funeral services will be held Saturday March 21, 12 noon, at the 27th East Chapel (Federal Heights), 1300 Fairfax Road, Salt Lake City. Friends may call at the Larkin Mortuary, 260 East South Temple, Friday, 6-8 p.m. and Saturday, 10:45-11:45 a.m. at the 27th East Chapel.

Interment, Salt Lake City Cemetery.

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