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DEATH: GUILA G. FRANDSEN

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Our beloved mother, grandmother, and great-grandmother, Guila G. Frandsen, passed away December 15, 1994, in Bountiful, Utah.

Married Waldo Rasmus Frandsen in the Manti LDS Temple, May 19, 1932. He passed away August 10, 1983.She was born June 12, 1911 in Huntington, Utah to Edward Montell Guymon and Minerva Mackelprang.

Survived by children, Sharleen Bown (Carl), Bountiful; Edward R. Frandsen (Nann), Lehi; Joretta Evan (Robert), Waco, Texas; and Blane Frandson (Terri), Alta Loma, Calif.; 15 grandchildren; and 18 great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her parents; a brother, Terry; a sister, Millie Petersen; and a granddaughter. Survived by sisters, LaPreal Frandsen, Riverton; Cora Bohleen, Castle Dale; Orilla Ungerman (Lorin), Salt Lake City;

A. Grant Guymon, Huntington; and S. Hal Guymon, Huntington.

During her lifetime Guila was truly devoted to the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Her husband's career in the U.S. Department of Agriculture moved them to the Pacific Northwest in 1934 at a time when the LDS Church was getting established in this area. Guila served as "mother" to many missionaries, with many cottage meetings and Sunday School and sacrament meetings held in their home. As wards and stakes were formed, Guila served in leadership positions in the Young Womens Mutual Improvement Association, Primary and the Relief Society. She was the first stake Relief Society president in the Columbia River Stake, Portland, Oregon. She and her eternal companion, Waldo, worked as temple workers in the Salt Lake City Temple for seven years. Following his death, she served a temple mission in the Manila Philippines Temple.

Interment in Price City Cemetery. Dedication of grave at 3 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 21, 1994.

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