Louise "Pinkie" Bryner Moffitt 1933 ~ 2007 Louise "Pinkie" Bryner Moffitt, a 73 year old resident of Declo, succumbed to the ravages of cervical cancer Saturday, June 9, 2007 at her home in Declo. Louise was born at home November 22, 1933 in Price, Utah. She was the youngest child of Rulon Anthon "Tony" Bryner and Lillis "Lou" Abiah Morley Bryner. She was a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. She attended Central School, Harding School, Price Junior High School, Carbon High School (was anticipating and helping arrange the class reunion later in September) and Carbon College (College of Eastern Utah). She worked in Price as a telephone operator to help support herself before transferring to Brigham Young University to obtain her bachelor's degree. Her first job after graduation was at Burley High School, where she taught P.E., science, counseled, and coached girl's track. She was also adviser to the drill team and pep club, bus driver, and whatever else was required of her. July 22, 1960 she was married to Charles L. Moffitt, a fellow educator, by Bishop Ross Boyack at the Carbon Country Club. In 1966, Louise applied for an NDEA scholarship to pursue a Master's degree in Counseling and Guidance at San Diego State in California. After completing her master's degree, she taught junior high school in Chula Vista, California. In 1968, she taught in Brookings Junior High School at Brookings, Oregon. In 1969, she became a counselor with the Puyallup School District in Puyallup, Washington, where she was later promoted to administrator in charge of counseling and guidance, nurses, social workers, and Title IX. She participated in policy decisions, trouble shooting, and hiring of school personnel. She won many awards, including the Washington Association of School Administrators Leadership Award. She was chairwoman for the Good Samaritan Mental Health Central Board of WSACD, and a commission member of the National Council of Fitness, Health and Welfare. Upon retirement, they moved back to their farm in the Declo area. Louise was an avid golfer. She was president of the local women's golf association and tournament play. She enjoyed the fellowship of the other members and the opportunity of working with them. She also loved to travel and made trips to Hawaii, Singapore, Korea, and Hong Kong. She and her husband, Charles, toured extensively in the United States, Canada, and Mexico. They spent time in England, Scotland, Wales, and toured New Zealand. Louise was a wonderful person who was really good at what she did. People with whom she worked trusted her and came to her for empathy and understanding. She touched the lives of many colleagues and hundreds of students in a positive way. Louise is survived by her husband, Charles; an older brother, Bruce R. Bryner of Price, Utah; an older sister, Jolene B. Hannah of West Covina, California; and three nephews, Wallis Stewart Hannah, of San Dimas, California, Mitchell Blinn Hannah (Hallie) of Mission Viejo, California, Jared Wayne Hannah, of Covina, California; grandniece, Madeline Brooke Hannah; grandnephews, Jeffrey Harrison and Daniel Bryner Hannah, of Mission Viejo, California. Preceded in death by her parents; and one older brother, Albert "Bert" Morley Bryner. At Louise's request, there will be no formal funeral service held. Arrangements have been entrusted to the care of Rasmussen Funeral Home, Burley, Idaho. Internment, Declo Cemetery.