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DEATH: WINNIFRED E. VAN DYKE LINGENFELTER

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Winnifred E. Van Dyke Lingenfelter, 89, died August 10, 1994 in Salt Lake City.

Born May 4, 1905, to Charles Van Dyke and Lillie Turton (married 1894). Attended Anna Head School and University of Utah. Married to Ben E. Lingenfelter, August 19, 1926; he preceded her in death. He was former Salt Lake City Public Safety commissioner and athlete.She was associated with Community Chest, during first year of organizing, and next 40 years; Girl Scout Council of Salt Lake, 10 years; organized Provo Girl Scout Council, organization and building of Camp Trefoil, Provo Canyon; United Fund for Utah County, executive director; Red Cross, public relations; Utah Vocational School, Provo; public relations for Master Mind and Artist Series at BYU and U of U; Utah State Nurses Association, public relations director; Licensed Practical Nurses Division of Utah Vocational School, chairman of board; Utah Women's Motor Transportation Association, officer and editor of monthly letter; Delta Gamma Mother's Club, president, at the University of Utah; Security Exchange Commission member (SEC); National Association of Security Dealers member (NASD); Traveler's Aid, member of board of directors; Utah Associated Garden Clubs, vice president; Artistic Designers Garden Club, president; "National" Flower Show judge; lectures to garden groups in Utah and Nevada; Emeritus Club, University of Utah; Chi Omega Alumnae, University of Utah; member of the Women's Board of Westminster College of Salt Lake City. Active in politics for many years, from district leadership to organization of city, county, and state campaigns. Public relations and organization work for National Chest X-Ray drives; McGraw Hill Publishing Co., research, field division. She enjoyed gourmet cooking, garden clubs.

She is survived by daughters, Joan L. Warnock (Mrs. Robert G.), Salt Lake City, Utah; Susan L. Blackner (Mrs. Lester A.), No. Vancouver, BC, Canada; Nancy L. Lium, Salt Lake City, Utah; eight grandchildren; 13 great-grandchildren.

Memorial services will be held on Saturday, August 13, 1994, at Evans & Early Mortuary, 574 East 100 South, Salt Lake, at 11 a.m. Private interment. Friends may call one hour prior to services at the mortuary. Funeral Directors: Evans & Early Mortuary.

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