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Death: Angeline L. Lewis

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Our truly kind and wonderful mother, grandmother, great-grandmother, great-great-grandmother, sister and friend, Angeline Lunceford Lewis, returned to our Heavenly Father, April 11, 1997 of causes incident to age.

Born May 27, 1908, Orem, Utah, to Joseph W. and Mary Cordner Lunceford. Married Elvin William Lewis, June 16, 1926 in the Salt Lake Temple. He preceded her in death February 26, 1995. Her long life has been one of service to her family and friends. She has been a faithful lifetime member of the LDS Church, serving diligently in several capacities of every auxiliary. She was a member of the Sacajawea Daughters of Utah Pioneers and had been president of Tabiona High Band Mothers. To the very end, even through her physical suffering, she remained supportive of her family and retained her remarkable memory, her keen wit and her dignity. To her large posterity, she was an example of grace, love and unwavering faith in the Lord, a legacy to bless untold generations to come.She attended Lincoln High School in Orem, Utah. After marriage, she lived in Tabiona, where she was very supportive of her husband, who was a sheep and cattle rancher, dairyman and land developer. He developed Mt. Tabby Springs Subdivision. She loved Tabby Mountain and loved sharing it with others. She loved gathering chokecherries off the hill. Everyone benefited through jars of jelly made with love. She served as Mother of the Year for the Uintah Basin, and as alternate Utah Mother of the year in 1967. She loved to work in her garden and flower garden -- which were always exhibits of her love for the outdoors...Her motto "A bit of fragrance always clings to the hand that gives a rose" helped exemplify her love for compassionate service...Always doing something for someone else. She delighted in the fact that all ages from town called her "Grandma Lewis". Everyone enjoyed an ice cream treat on all visits to her home.

She is survived by children: William E. and Gloria Lewis, Tabiona; Glen L. and NaDean Lewis, Duchesne; Elaine and Kent Ellertson, Heber; Marjorie and Basil Defa, Salt Lake City; Pleasy and George Winborg, Millville; Mary and Rex Greene, Ogden; Anna and Bob Webb, Layton; Angeline and Fred Evans, Bridgeland; son-in-law, Paul Price, Salt Lake City; 45 grandchildren; 81 great-grandchildren and one great-great-grandchild; 12 step-great-grandchildren; and one sister, Alice Snell, Spanish Fork. She is at last rejoicing with those loved ones who preceded her in death, her husband, two daughters, Betty June Lewis and Susanne Price, grandson, Jeffery L. White, great-grandson, Tyler Curry and daughter-in-law, Katherine Lewis.

Her remarkable life and her memory will be honored at funeral services held on Monday, April 14th at 12 Noon in the Tabiona LDS Chapel, Tabiona, Utah. Friends may call at Olpin Mortuary in Heber City on April 13th from 6 - 8 p.m. and at the Tabiona Ward Monday two hours prior to services. Interment Tabiona Cemetery.

A special thank you to her Home Health Angels: Melanie, Janeene, Julie, Roseann and all others who assisted in caring for her during her dependent times.

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