Shirley Anne Hiner Workman 1931 ~ 2005 Shirley Anne Hiner Workman passed away on April 23, 2005, in Salt Lake City, Utah; she was 73. She was born on August 13, 1931, in Gainesville, Florida to L. David Hiner and Janet Elizabeth Carter Hiner; Dr. Hiner was the first dean of the University of Utah College of Pharmacy. Shirley graduated from East High School in Salt Lake City, Utah; she subsequently earned a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Utah, where she was a graduate of the College of Pharmacy. She married Richard L. Workman, Jr. on December 28, 1953, in Salt Lake City, Utah. She was a member of Wasatch Presbyterian Church. Shirley was a registered pharmacist in Utah and Texas, and she practiced pharmacy for over 40 years. She was a member of the Utah Pharmaceutical Association and the American Pharmaceutical Association for many years, and was active in many of those associations' auxiliary and community service programs. She was also a devoted member of the University of Utah Alumni Association - she loved attending athletic events at the U of U, especially football and basketball games and gymnastic meets. Among Shirley's many interests and activities, she held a lifelong interest in the arts including the theater, ballet, opera, and symphony; she supported several Salt Lake City arts organizations through their respective guilds, and she always enjoyed attending performances of these "cultural treasures" as she referred to them. Shirley also enjoyed traveling with her many friends, both domestically and abroad. Among her international destinations, she made several trips to Great Britain (England, Ireland and Scotland), and she also traveled to Russia, France, Germany, Switzerland, Greece and Italy; one of her favorite domestic trips was an Alaskan cruise. Closer to home, she couldn't miss traveling to Southern Utah each summer to attend performances of the Utah Shakespearean Festival. Shirley was particularly active in the P.E.O. Sisterhood, in which she was recently recognized as a "Golden Girl" for her 50+ years of membership; she was a member of Chapter O, Utah. Shirley's enthusiasm for the Utah Jazz is legendary, and she seldom missed a game; she was also a lifelong baseball fan. One of Shirley's favorite pastimes was fishing for salmon in the Pacific Ocean off the Oregon coast, and she had many tales of the "one that got away". Her radiant smile and her infectious laugh brightened every life she touched. She is survived by her daughters, Wendy W. Corbett of Atlanta, Georgia, and Mary K. W. Moore, of Salt Lake City, Utah; her son, David R. Workman of Petaluma, California; and her granddaughter, Abigail Christine Elizabeth Anne Workman, also of Petaluma, California. Funeral services will be Friday, April 29, 2005, at 12 p.m. at Wasatch Presbyterian Church, 1700 South & 1700 East. The family will receive friends Thursday, April 28, 2005, from 7 p.m. to 8 p.m. at Wasatch Lawn Memorial Park and Mortuary, 3401 S. Highland Dr. Private internment will be held at Wasatch Lawn Memorial Park. In lieu of flowers, the family requests that memorials be made in the name of Shirley Anne Hiner Workman to Cottey College in Nevada, Missouri, or to either the American Diabetes Association or the American Heart Association.