Roger L. Pickett12/18/1941 ~ 11/26/2012Roger Lyman Pickett, oldest son of Howard Hubbard Pickett and Ruth Ashliman, succumbed to cancer on Monday, November 26, 2012. Roger was born December 18, 1941 in Idaho Falls, Idaho just 11 days after the bombing of Pearl Harbor. He grew up in Lincoln, Idaho, and graduated from Bonneville High School with honors. Roger served a mission for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Brazil.Before and after his mission, Roger attended Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah where he met his sweetheart, Anna Marie Wickham. They were married July 7, 1965 in the Idaho Falls Temple. After graduation from BYU, Roger worked for Proctor & Gamble as an Account Manager; Century 21 Real Estate as a Regional Director, Trainer, and Broker; Source One Services (Later acquired by American First Financial Services) as Director of Order Fulfillment; and SiteCheck Solutions as Chief Operating Officer.Roger enjoyed serving in various church callings including Bishopric counselor, High Councilman, High Priest Group Leader, Ward Mission Leader, and most recently, as a missionary in the Salt Lake mission assigned to the Portuguese speaking ward. His favorite callings were those that allowed him to do missionary work, family history, or teach. Roger also enjoyed anything related to fishing and camping with his nephews, sons, and sons-in-law.He is survived by his wife; five wonderful children, Ron (Becky), Lisa (James), Jerem (Tiffany), Chelsea (Chrissom), Seth (Maren); ten delightful grandchildren; brother, Clint (JoAnn); and sister, Joyce (Dean). Roger was preceded in death by a brother, Ralph; and his parents. Our sincere thanks to Silverado Hospice for their tender care during his illness.Celebration of his life will be Friday, November 30th at Salt Lake Little Cottonwood 5th Ward, 6350 S. Rodeo Lane, Murray, Utah. A viewing will be from 9:30-10:45 a.m. and the services will be begin at 11:00 a.m. Interment: Elysian Burial Gardens. Online condolences may be shared at www.jenkins-soffe.com