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Joseph Smith Bollinger, 74, passed away March 29, 1992, at his home in Salt Lake City, Utah.

Born July 6, 1917, in Salt Lake City, with his triplet sisters, Ruth and Dorothy. He was the son of Freda Beuhler and Fredrick Bollinger.He married Betty Burns, January 19, 1939, in Reno, Nevada.

A graduate of East High School, he attended the University of Utah and the University of California at Berkley. A veteran of World War II. He was president and manager of Broadway Shoe Rebuilders.

Member, Beta Theta Pi Fraternity; LDS Church; Salt Lake J.C.'s; Salt Lake Downtown Retail Merchants; Salt Lake Country Club; Springs Golf and Country Club Rancho Mirage; and the Salt Lake Swimming and Tennis Club. Served as President of the Western Boys Baseball Association, 1955-1956; and coached a little league tennis team for 13 years.

Survived by wife; daughters and sons: Joan Boru; Ron Bollinger; Joseph S. Bollinger, Jr.; Scott Bollinger; Anne Bollinger Sears and Tina Thatcher; 13 grandchildren; sister and brothers: Virginia Evans; Julian T. Bollinger and Kenneth H. Bollinger. Preceded in death by brother, Ronald Bollinger and triplet sisters, Ruth Wetzel and Dorothy Bollinger.

Graveside services will be Wednesday, April 1st, 12:00 noon, in the Salt Lake City Cemetery, 4th Avenue & N Street, under direction of Larkin Mortuary.

The family suggest memorial contributions be sent to Hospice of Salt Lake, 2970 South Main, SLC, Utah 84115.

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