Lucille E. Lloyd Brooks, age 81, of Lehi, Utah passed away peacefully on Feb. 10, 1998 at St. Mary's Hospital in Grand Junction, CO.
Lucille was born in Riverton, Utah, on October 4, 1916, the fourth of five children to Thomas Butler Lloyd and Mary Andersen Lloyd. She attended schools in the Jordan School district thru 10th grade. She married John Albert Brooks, of Lehi on June 8, 1933. Their marriage was solemnized a year later in the Salt Lake Temple. They made their first home in Riverton for three and one half years, during which time they were blessed with two children. Lehi then became home for the balance of their lives. While here, they were blessed with four more children. In addition to being wife and mother, she spent her life supporting her husband on their family farm, in his construction business and all other pursuits until his death on March 18, 1982. From the time of Bert's death, to the present, except for winter visits with her daughter Beverly, in Grand Junction, Lucille has enjoyed her home with her daughter, Mrs. Kenneth (Connie) Grace in Lehi. Besides her great love and devotion for her family and friends, she has enjoyed a life long gifted talent, that of music. Over her life, she has gladly shared her music with many. Lucille was an active member in the LDS Church. She held various positions in the auxiliary organizations, one of which was primary teacher in the moonbeam class at the State Training School. She loved people and enjoyed serving others. Her life has been devoted to family and friends alike. Over the past few years she has greatly enjoyed her association with her friends in their family home evening group.She is survived by six children: Mrs. Dan (Beverly) Evans, Grand Junction, Co.; Ralph A. (Sandy) Brooks, Levan, Utah; Lloyd R. (Linda) Brooks; Bert Norman (Vera) Brooks; Mrs. Kenneth (Connie) Grace, all of Lehi; and Nolan T. (Marie) Brooks of Highland; 25 grandchildren; 36 great grandchildren; and two great great grandchildren, plus six additional new babies due by summer. Additional survivor is one sister, Mrs. Bill (Joy) Slater, of Riverton.
Funeral services will be held Saturday, Feb. 14, 1998 at 11 a.m. in the Lehi 8-20 Ward Chapel, 151 East 1500 North, Lehi. Friends may call Friday evening, February 13 from 6-8 p.m. at the Wing Mortuary, 118 E. Main, Lehi and again one hour prior to services, Saturday at the Ward Chapel.
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