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Death: Floyd Wayne Fagg, Sr.

Floyd Wayne Fagg Sr. died October 14, 1997 in Provo, Utah.

He was born May 4, 1910 the son of Albert E. Fagg and Emma Elisa Biesinger in Salt Lake City, Utah. In childhood, he spent many happy hours playing with his brother, Del.He attended Granite High School, Heniger Business College, University of Utah, American University and taught at the University of Guam. He and Del joined the US Navy shortly after World War II began and they each served four years. He married Ellen Stella Mulville on October 18, 1951.

Floyd became a CPA in 1951. Among his work experiences are the Brickyard in Salt Lake City as a teenager, the Home Owner Loan Corp., the General Accounting Office, the Army Audit Agency and the Dept. Of Interior. While working in Washington, D.C. he conducted training classes for Iranian, Korean, South Vietnamese and Republic of China Auditors. He was Chief of the Army Audit Agency Professional Training Branch. He earned numerous awards such as Meritorious Medal of Honor which was the highest Army award a civilian could receive. As head of training, his branch was awarded the Presidential Citation. In 1969, he was appointed by President Nixon as U.S. Federal Comptroller of Guam and the U.S. Trust Territories - a position held for eight years. Since his retirement, he has volunteered at the Eldridge Center helping with income taxes.

As an active member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, he has been Bishop of Grant 3rd Ward, Guam Ward and Guam 1st Ward, was counselor to three different bishops, sat on a High Council, taught almost every Sunday School class, been a Ward and Stake

YMMIA. President, a Ward Financial Clerk in three different wards, Stake Clerk of a BYU stake and Asst. Executive Secretary in the O.H. Stake.

Floyd is a dearly loved Husband, Father and Grandfather. He is survived by his wife Ellen and the following children: Diane (William) Harrington, Wayne (Amie) Fagg, Pamela (Todd) Hansink, John (Amy) Fagg, Mark Fagg and 13 grandchildren, brother Del and sister Venita Parkinson. Preceded in death by children Kathleen and Robert Fagg, by parents, sisters Arvella Fagg and Verda Welling and brother Glen Fagg.

Funeral services will be held Friday, October 17, 1997, at 1 p.m., at the Oakhills 7th Ward LDS Chapel, 1038 North 1200 East. Friends may call Thursday evening, from 6-8 p.m. at the Berg Mortuary of Provo, 185 East Center Street, or Friday at the ward chapel, one hour prior to services.

Interment, Provo City Cemetery. Full military rites accorded by the VFW District #4.

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