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Dean Lufkin Stolworthy, age 74, of Moreland, died Sunday, July 4, 1993, at his home from congestive heart failure.

He was born March 18, 1919, in Shelley, Idaho, the son of William Dodd and Martha Lovera Lufkin Stolworthy. He attended schools in Bingham County and graduated from Blackfoot High School.He was married to Azalia Abbott on October 29, 1942, in the Salt Lake City LDS Temple. He had lived most of his life in the Blackfoot area and farmed for many years at Midway.

He was a member of the LDS Church where he had served a stake mission and enjoyed singing in the choir in every ward they lived in. He also served a full time LDS mission to the Northern States Mission.

During World War II he served in the Army in the European Theater. He enjoyed all sports, farming, and being around his family.

Survived by his wife of Moreland, Id.; six sons, Stephen D., Bakersfield, Calif.; Robert A., Fort Lewis, Wash.; Paul W., West Jordan; Grant A., Henderson, Nev.; Richard A., Indianapolis, Ind.; Mark A., Clearwater, Fla.; eight daughters, Mrs. Russell (Barbara) Glenn, Wellsville; Mrs. Klain (Elaine) Christensen, Robin, Id.; Mrs. Michael (Susan) Christensen, Brigham City; Mrs. Bradley (Joanne) Gneiting, Blackfoot, Id.; Mrs. Dennis (Loraine) Michelson, Sandy; Mrs. Tim (Kay) Paulson, Columbia, Md.; Mrs. Scott (Mary) Brady, Vernal; and Mrs. Ron (Diane) Smith, Moscow, Id.; one brother, William Rowdon Stolworthy, Orem; three sisters, Elaine S. Clark, and Fern S. White, Salt Lake City; and Geniel S. Robinson, Spanish Fork; 66 grandchildren and five great-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by a daughter, Anne and a brother, Gordon.

Funeral services will be conducted at noon, Friday, July 9, 1993 at the Blackfoot LDS North West Stake Center on the corner of Moreland and Pioneer Roads with Bishop Berkley Wray of the Moreland LDS 3rd Ward officiating.

The family will meet with friends, Thurs. evening from 7-9 p.m. at the Hill-Sandberg Funeral Home and again Fri. at the church from 11-11:45 a.m. Burial will be in the Grove City Cemetery.

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