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Obituary: Lindsey (Lawson) Lay

Lindsey (Lawson) Lay 1979 ~ 2005 The Cubs have lost another fan. Lindsey passed away September 24, 2005 at her home surrounded by friends and family. She left us at the young age if 26 after a short and valiant battle with cancer. Lindsey was born January 25, 1979 to George Edward Lawson and Virginia Kay Gelb. Lindsey's strong will, and endearing stubborn way were quickly evident as she entered this world, and were inspiring in her final battle. As a young child, she was very athletic and loved little league baseball. Lindsey graduated from Cottonwood High School in 1997, where she played softball and basketball and made many close friends. On September 24, 1998 she married her best friend, Daniel Lay in the Salt Lake Temple. Her life was made complete August 8, 2004 when they were blessed with a beautiful baby girl, Taylor Addison. Lindsey was an active member of the LDS Church and served in many callings, most recently with the Young Women of the Rose Park 4th Ward. She loves those girls and they love her. She loved kickin' it with her FHE "family," the outdoors, snowboarding, and Jeeping. Lindsey loved to travel, most recently to Hawaii with friends and family. She loved the ocean, her dogs (Burton and Mox) and, most of all, her family. She is survived by her loving husband, Daniel; and sweet daughter, Taylor; her parents, Ed Lawson (Ginny) and Kay Barlow (Doug); Grandma Gelb; sister, Marcia (Mike); brothers, Steve and Mike; her in-laws, Nanna Lay, Jared and Roberta Lay; brothers-in-law, Brandon (Corrie), Tim, and Jeremy; and many other extended family. Funeral services will be held Wed-nesday, September 28th at 12 noon in the East Chapel of Rose Park Stake Center (800 N. 1200 W. SLC). Friends may call at Deseret Mortuary (36 E. 700 S. SLC) Tuesday evening from 6-8 p.m. and Wednesday one hour prior to services at the church. Interment at the Salt Lake City Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, a donation may be made to the Taylor Lay College Fund at any Mountain America Credit Union. Condolences may be made at