Angus Tree Pace, 84, died 10 July 2001 at his home with his loving wife at his side after a valiant battle with cancer.
He was born 14 Aug. 1916 at Atkinson, Summit, Utah. The son of James Edwin and Ellen Harriett Tree Pace.
As a loving husband, father, grandfather and friend Angus has bequeathed his posterity with a legacy rich in ideals and values. He exhibited a reverence for life and a deep gratitude for it. He valued honesty, integrity, loyalty honor and freedom. He promoted tolerance and expectance of others and provided many hours of service to others.
Angus was an avid farmer and rancher and took pride in all he did. He worked his farm up until his death.
Angus was an active member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints where he held many positions, including member of the Bishopric, Sunday School Superintendent for 25 yrs. and Stake Sports and Drama Director.
He also served on the All Sports Festivals under Elder Marvin J. Ashton. He held the office of High Priest in the Wanship Ward.
He graduated from North Summit High School in 1935 where he participated in Drama and lettered in Football, Track and basketball. Angus attended Utah State University.
He married Rula Boulter 21 April 1935; she died 22 Sept. 1935 of childbirth. Married Virginia Wilde 29 March 1937 in the Salt Lake Temple. She died 18 April 1976. Married Ella M. Boyer 28 June 1976 in Wanship.
Survived by wife Ella of Wanship, daughter Kathryn (Norman) Staples, Castle Rock, CO. son Gale (Kathleen) Pace, Hoytsville. Blaine (Dorothy) Boyer, Hoytsville, Charlotte (Bruce) Hager, Salt Lake. Kathy (Kevin) Wilde, Park City. Linda (Russell) Orrs, Ogden. 16 grandchildren, 12 great grandchildren and one brother Dwayne (Joanne) Pace, Wanship.
Preceded in death by parents, two wives, one daughter Marlene, two infant sons and one granddaughter.
Services will be held Saturday 14 July 2001 at the Wanship Ward Chapel at 12 noon. Friends may call Friday 13 July from 6-8 p.m. at the Walker Mortuary in Coalville and Saturday one hour prior to services at the Wanship Ward Chapel. Interment will be at the Wanship Cemetery.
A special thanks to the Hospice nurse, Dana, for her loving care.
Angus loved and cherished his wife, family, friends and recognized in each of them individual worth; he made each and everyone feel important.
We, as his family, are thankful for the rich heritage he has etched upon our hearts.