Newton Reed Youngberg 1926 ~ 2007 Our kind, loving, generous, hardworking father has peacefully returned to the side of his beloved Cora. Reed Youngberg Newton was born April 8th, 1926 to Parents Jesse Hyrum Newton and Sarah Amelia Youngberg at 1552 Michigan Ave. in Salt Lake City. He died on Saturday, February 10th, 2007 at the age of 80. Dad graduated Granite High School in 1945 then faithfully served in the LDS California Mission 1946-48. Worked for city lines as a bus driver, and then Kennecott Copper for 25 years, where he retired. He attended BYU and remained a die hard Cougar fan, attended many bowl games. He married our mother, Cora Montgomery on May 18th 1958 and then later solemnized on July 8th 1965 in the Salt Lake Temple. Raised three children. He is survived by the Beloved Cougars, his family: son Dale (Jodi JoLynn) son Alan (Vicky), daughter Jodie Ann Jensen (Nathan); grand children: Heather, Jesse, William, Rachel, Keira, Aliana and two great-grandchildren. Preceded in death by his loving wife, four infant children, one grandson Ian; parents, siblings: Lois Griffith, Hugh Newton, Afton Miller, Boyd Newton. Dad loved to travel, he went to all 50 states and most Canadian provinces. He loved to sing and share his magnificent voice with others. He would spontaneously break into song and change the mood in a moment. Dad worked hard all his life, working many a double shift to provide for his family. If you knew Dad, he knew you. He had an uncanny ability to remember names, birthdays, anniversaries, family members. You could give him a year and a date, and he could tell you where he was and how it tied into an important family event. Give Mom our love, we'll see you later Dad. The family would like to thank Dad's friends at the Coventry, and Dr. Bard Madsen, and Dr. R. Scott Poppen and the staff at Greenwood Med Pharmacy. A viewing will be held Thursday February 15th, 6-8 p.m. at Mountain View Memorial at 3115 East 7800 South. Funeral services will be held 1:00 p.m. on Friday February 16th, 2007 at the Mountain View Memorial Chapel. Family services will be held one hour prior on Friday.