Richard Gilbert Barton Jr. (1952-2018) Richard Gilbert Barton Jr., 65, passed away
February 9, 2018 at his winter home in Gilbert, AZ.
Rick and the
love of his life Kathleen Barton married in Salt Lake City, UT on June
10, 1972 and were later sealed in the Salt Lake Temple. He leaves behind
5 children: Dr. Brandon, Tyler (Rochelle), Megan, Josh (Dianna) and
Camille Hugill (Thomas) as well as 11 grandchildren who he enjoyed more
than anything in his life. His selfless dedication to supporting his
posterity both financially and spiritually was fathomless as he split
time between his family in both Arizona and San Diego.
most happy working on his many home improvement projects having built
his family's Salt Lake City home himself and continued later in life
designing innovative creations to improve the life of his friends and
family. We will all miss learning from the Master RGB.
22, 1952 in Salt Lake City, UT to Richard Gilbert Barton Sr. and
Marjorie Yvonne Barton. Preceded in death by his brother James (1951),
Rick is survived by his 7 siblings: Diana Webb (Randy), Dave (Janice),
Dr. Jeff (Debbie), Laurie Pinegar (Joseph), Holly Hurst (Bruce), Chris
(Earlene), Becca Adams (Bob) as well as sister-in-law Joyce Muhlestein
(Ray) and brother-in-law Dr. Gordon V. White.
A man of Rick's
influence and vitality is not often encountered. He continued his high
school athletic successes as a team captain all-state football player at
the University of Utah on the Utes football team. Rick's work ethic was
something to marvel at as he would later build his own business in 1979,
successfully operating it for 19 years before selling it in 1997. His
life's journey would take him to the beaches of San Diego where he
enjoyed many years with his family. He continued there professionally as
a foregone expert in his industry, fittingly working right up to his
very last day of life.
Rick mentored countless professional
colleagues, silently supported innumerable friends and family
emotionally and financially, engaged vividly with everyone in his path
and left a memorable impression everywhere with his unique character.
Funeral services will be held Friday, February 16 at 10:00 a.m. at
the LDS Church Freestone Park Ward, 230 N Val Vista Drive, Gilbert AZ,
85234. Friends are welcome to attend a viewing Thursday, February 15 at
Bunker Family Funeral Home, 33 N Centennial Way, Mesa, AZ 85201 from 6-8
p.m. and Friday at the church from 9:00 to 9:45 a.m. prior to the
services. Interment will be at San Tan Memorial Gardens at Schnepf Farms
following the morning service.
Funeral Home Bunker
Family Funerals & Cremation- Garden Chapel 33 North Centennial Way
Mesa, AZ 85201 (480) 964-8686
Published in Salt Lake Tribune
on Feb. 15, 2018
Notes from Diana Webb Outlining Funeral
We were so blessed to be in Long Beach
when we heard the news about Rick. It is only a six-hour drive to
Phoenix, and the weather was great! We stayed with my sister Holly
in Gilbert along with an incredible number of others. She had people
on every bed and every couch… It was actually a good idea to be
smashed all in together. Becca and Holly and their spouses handled
the flowers and other details, and Kathy, Rick’s wife, worked with
her kids to put together an obituary and the funeral program. Each
of her sons spoke – Brandon, Tyler, and Josh, and so did her
daughter Megan, and two of my brothers – Chris and Dave. Cami just
wanted to sit by her mom and hold her hand during the service. Becca
told me she has been sleeping with her mom during these first few
hard days. Two of Rick’s good friends also participated, Sam
Bracken, and Bruce Edwards, the father of his daughter-in-law.
Rochelle (daughter-in-law) sang, accompanied by Brandon, his son, on
the viola and it was very moving.
Megan, the oldest
daughter, paid a tender tribute to her father. She and Jill were the
Tyler was the first brother to speak.. He said
that he already had his talk prepared, but he heard a voice say,
“Talk to the grandchildren…” So, he decided to rewrite his talk for
the grandchildren. He showed different pictures of him as a sibling,
as a football player, as a groom, and as a grandpa. It was powerful!
Josh, the third son spoke next. He talked about what a great
support his father had been to him during his life. Josh played
basketball at Palomar Junior College. He was a walk-on after his
mission, but he made the team. Travis Browne was a sophomore. The
other players were standoffish to this “new guy on the team” - all
but Travis. This was spring of 2001. They were the only ones lived
on the coast, and they became friends. Travis was in and out of his
mother’s house, and he went back and forth, wondering whether or not
he wanted to live with his mom. He had lost his father at an early
age. He hung out at Josh’s house a lot, and he slept on their couch.
Rick was a father figure. He and Josh hung out together for a few
years. He was attracted to the family culture of the Church. He was
really, really, ready. One day he asked if he could take the
missionary discussions. He was taught by the missionaries in their
home during June of 2002. He asked Rick to baptize him. He got
married in the temple to his first wife. They had a couple of kids,
but they separated after a time. They now live in Riverside.
He started doing martial arts at 27, although he had had no formal
training. He needed to make a 100% change in his lifestyle in order
to do this. He had to get to and from the training sessions and to
pick up his kids, but he didn’t have a car at that time. Rick let
him drive his red truck back and forth to the training sessions, and
to pick up his children. Travis is now an American mixed martial
artist who competes as a heavyweight in the Ultimate Fighting
Championship (UFC). Rick used to travel around the country to see
Travis fight. He never missed a one. He recently married Ronda
Rousey in Hawaii and flew Josh out to the ceremony. She is an
American professional wrestler, actress, and former mixed martial
artist. (I had no idea who these people are in Ultimate Fighting,
but I am pretty out of it on the things that happen in the world
today. If it is not at least 2,000 years old, I know very little
about it.) Erin told me that Ronda Rousey was an answer on Jeopardy
last week. I guess that’s how you know you are “really famous.” I
got up the courage to ask her if I could take my picture with her,
since my daughter would love it. She was very sweet about it. They
were both there at the wedding to honor Rick, and support Josh.
Travis was very tender with Rick’s inconsolable granddaughter who
was really having a hard time. He held her on his lap almost the
whole time. If I had to choose one word to describe Ronda Rousey, it
would be SWEET. She probably does not want her fans to heat that! It
is hard to believe she is a world champion fighter.
wife asked, “What do you want to for your birthday (which is in
July)?” Travis said, “Thanksgiving at the Barton house.” I see what
he means! We loved spending last Thanksgiving with the Rick Bartons.
Brandon, the oldest son, and a neurologist living in
Chicago, spoke about what happened to his father physiologically. He
said that he had enough notice to seat himself on the floor
gradually so as not to harm his new hip. He said that there was no
trauma. Rick was probably very surprised to see the bright light!
Chris and Dave both gave awesome talks. Chris talked about what
a positive influence Rick had been in his life. He talked straight
with him, and he didn’t mince words. He said, “He kept me from
punching a lot of holes in the wall! He told me to give myself
credit, and don’t sell myself short so much. He made me believe in
Dave talked about the shenanigans he and Rick took
part in as kids. Then he quoted something that my mom wrote. I
really lost it then. This was my life!
“The hardships and
heartaches have made me a better person. I try daily to learn what
the Lord would have me learn. You see, I'd rather become worthy to
walk in his presence than be beautiful, socially prominent, or
famous. I have often wondered if I would have reached the depth of
commitment in any other way. Does it really matter what we suffer if
we qualify to live with him? Pray for me; don't pray for my
suffering to be less, but that I may endure to the end regardless of
what is required.”
“One of my prayers is that my contribution
to the eternal lives of those who serve me, family, friends, and
fellow Church members, will be that the services they give me, in
love, with faithful repetition, sometimes with impatience, will
prove to be a part of their eternal growth.”
Sam Bracken paid
a nice tribute to his lifelong friend. He told the story of catching
Rick as he fell from a ladder while fixing the roof in his gazebo,
and said, “He has spent the next 20 years catching me.” He said that
Rick was the big brother he never had. He said he was there ready to
help him whenever he needed wisdom, counsel, or just someone to
listen. He loved him without judgment. I agree. Rick never judged.
The dedication of the grave was offered by Bruce Edwards,
Rochelle’s father. (Rochelle is Tyler’s wife.) He is a gifted
interior decorator, and he has provided beautiful décor in many of
the Lord’s temples. Knowing this, I told him that I think of him
every time I go to the temple. He said, “That’s not who you should
be think of…”
We were all grieving in our own different
ways. Many of us just sat with each other and shared memories and
ate the treats that were constantly paraded before our eyes. In my
book, chocolate is as good as liquor at drowning your sorrows. I
found that blondies work well also. One of Holly’s friends brought
over a plate of warm blondies and I proceeded to eat seven in a row.
Others decided to get tattoos in Rick’s honor. The most important
thing was that we were all TOGETHER in this. We all supported each
other. When I heard about Rick, my first thought was about Kathy.
How would she survive by herself? As I saw how her children rallied
around her, my worries evaporated. She is in good hands. She has
One of the highlights of the weekend was
getting to visit with Kathy’s niece, Melanie Bills, who is the nurse
in the Philadelphia mission. They are the same age. Her brother,
Randy White, played football with Rick and told him about his
beautiful “aunt.” After they met, he never looked at another girl.
They were joined at the hip for the rest of their lives. Melanie and
I used to work at Castleton’s in the Junior Department. We had tons
of fun together… We would pick out our favorite outfits at full
price and would be the first to find out when they went on
clearance. We were extremely well-dressed in those days!! We had
much to discuss as we sat together wearing our missionary tags! She
and her husband only have a few weeks left in their mission. He was
unable to come because he is the Vehicle Coordinator and it was Zone
Conference time when all the cars need to be inspected. I love
talking to people who have known me for over fifty years!
all met at Holly and Bruce’s home after the funeral. We visited and
bonded. Dave brought all the old Barton family home movies from the
big pile of 8mm spools that mom had. Most of them were about us as
kids, but there were a few of mom doing acrobatics in front of the
1246 E 2nd South home.
Remembering Garret Fox
Garrett Reilly Fox
1991 - 2014 | Obituary
June 17, 1991 - Sept 5, 2014
September 5, 2014, the sun lost a little of its brightness when
Garrett Fox slipped unexpectedly from this mortal existence into
the arms of his Savior. The world may not have noticed this
amazing loss but those who knew Garrett felt the world shudder
and stumble at his loss. Garrett was the rare boy who made
lifelong friends with almost everyone he came to know. His
influence was far-reaching and real and was something he did not
realize because it came to him so naturally. Our hearts have
been torn out with his passing but are healing with the memories
of his joyous, outgoing and loving personality. Those of us who
knew him are among the luckiest of people. Garrett served selflessly on two of
life's most important missions, God and country. He served and
loved the people of Brazil as an LDS missionary, and at the time
of his passing was serving in the US Army and, only two weeks
ago, won the Soldier of the Month Award at Fort Polk. Garrett is survived by his loving and grateful parents, Laurie
Barton Fox and Randy Fox (Kris); by his adoring sisters, Lindsay
Hardcastle (JI), Heather Flannery (Jerry), Caitlin Pruitt
(Austin) and Hayley Fox; Step-Sisters Amber Chavez (Javier) and
Courtnee Rosevear (Spencer); by his grandfather, Frank Fox, his
grandmother, Katherine Hekking; and by cousins, aunts and uncles
too numerous to mention; and by nieces and nephews who loved and
adored him. Preceding him in death were his older sister, Taysha
Fox, and his cousin, Brynn Barton. For those who wish to pay their
respects a viewing will be held Friday, September 12, 2014 from
6:00 to 8:00 PM at McDougal Funeral Home, 4330 S Redwood Road,
Taylorsville, Utah. Funeral services will be held Saturday,
September 13, 2014 at 11:00 AM at the Herriman Utah South Stake
Center, 14550 S Juniper Crest, Herriman, Utah. A viewing will be
held prior to the service from 9:30 to 10:45 AM. Interment will
be at Salt Lake City Cemetery.
January 20 Marjorie P. Barton (would be 84) 21 Lily Graybill
December Birthdays 2013
1 Dave Barton
20 Holly Hurst
20 Kena Graybill
17 Chloe Barton
27 Ben Fillmore
28 Grady Flannery
November Birthdays 2013
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2 Grandpa Peterson
James Albert Peterson
Life History of James
As told by Marjorie G.
Myhusband, James Albert Peterson was born
November 2nd, 1892 in Salt Lake City. His
father, Frederick G. Peterson and mother Mary
Jeppesen were married in Logan in the Logan
Temple, but they lived all their life on 3rd
East between 6th and 7th South.
When Albert was only nine months old, he had
pneumonia and nearly died.They blessed him and prayed for him and
his mother put mustard plasters on his chest
and put steam in the room.He got well, but they said that he was
very, very ill at that time, but he survived.He grew up a very, very serious little
boy.His mother always wrapped him in wool
blankets in the high chair before he learned
to walk, so that he felt like he was cuddled.All her children were cuddled either in
a rocker by her.When she had too many children,
she had nine, she couldn’t do it very
often, as much as she’d like, so she’d wrap
them in wool blankets and put them in a chair
while she cooked.She always cooked for these 12 hungry
men that worked for her husband, so she had to
have a big dinner at night.
When Albert was little, one of his aunts saw
him coming in frowning one day and she said to
him, “Well, Albert, what’s the matter?” “Oh,
Aunt Hazel,” he said, “I have so many
troubles.” We all laugh at that story, but
that was one of his troubles.”
As a little boy, he loved to sit around the
table and study.His family had a big oak table in the
dining room, and everyone studied around the
table. They had a big hot-blast stove in the
dining room where they all kept warm so the
dining room was the center of family living.When he wanted to watch his mother,
he’d go in the kitchen and study because she
made wonderful chocolate fudge cake. He liked
to watch her make it, and as he grew older he
remembered her recipe, but he never did write
it down, so I never did get it. But he could
always make beautiful, fine-grained red fudge
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these family chalk drawings? This is what the artist saw
in Dave. Looks more like a young Pat Boone!
Matthew Ray Lewis
ST. GEORGE, UT-Matthew Ray Lewis, beloved
husband, father and friend passed away
Saturday, April 21, 2012 while doing what he
loved and enjoying the outdoors in the
Mojave Desert area.
He was born the son of Richard L. Lewis and
Jane Hepworth Lewis on August 1, 1978. He
always enjoyed his free time and loved being
his own boss. Matt was constantly looking
for new business opportunities and thrived
as an entrepreneur. He ran multiple sales
companies, had his real-estate license, and
he was currently involved in a start-up Web
Marketing Company with his wife.
Matt married his childhood friend and love
of his life, Crystal Barton, on December 30,
2009 in Las Vegas, Nevada. They later
celebrated their union with a summer wedding
ceremony in 2010. Crystal brought three
wonderful children to their marriage and
together they recently welcomed a daughter
to their family. Matt considered all four
children his own. He recently was found
watching a how-to video on french braiding
just so he could be the dad that could braid
his daughter's hair. When talking about his
children, Matt often said, "It's all worth
it seeing the kids' smiling faces."
He loved his family and had many dear
friends. He was always the charmer and
enjoyed playfully harassing those friends
and family he loved so much. We will fondly
remember being hustled for bragging rights
in golf, bowling, cards and board games.
He is survived by his wife, Crystal; four
children: Riley, Brandi, Megan and Victoria
RayLynn; along with his two dogs, Monte and
Reggie. He is also survived by his sister,
Angela (Shane) Bishop and niece Elizabeth of
Las Vegas, NV; his parents, Rick and Jane
Lewis of St. George, Utah. He was preceded
in death by his grandparents: Grant and
Bettie Hepworth, Norman and Donna Lewis.
Funeral services will be held Thursday,
April 26, 2012 at 11:00 a.m. at the Entrada
Country Club, 2537 West Entrada Trail, St.
George, Utah. Friends may call Wednesday
evening, from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. at
Metcalf Mortuary, 288 West St. George Blvd.
and on Thursday, prior to services, from
9:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. at the Entrada Club
House. Interment will follow at the Ivins
City Cemetery, Ivins, Utah. Arrangements
entrusted to the care of Metcalf Mortuary,
(435) 673-4221. Please visit our website at
for condolences, complete obituary and
In lieu of flowers, contributions may be
made to the "Matt Lewis Children's Fund" at
any Wells Fargo Bank.
Barton Tragically Leaves Us June 7th
She will be truly
missed. Our thoughts and prayers go out to Jeff and
Debbie, family and friends.
Erica Brynn Barton
November 8, 1986 ~ June 7,
Hometown: Murray, UT
Erica Brynn Barton tragically left us on
June 7, 2011 in Salt Lake City, Utah. She was born on
November 8, 1986 in St. Louis, Missouri to Jeff and Debbie
Currently, she was working as a RN at University of Utah
Medical Center in maternity and Newborn Care, and before
that as an HCA in the OR. She loved her work in the health
field and had many great friends and experiences there.
She was also currently enrolled at the University of Utah
pursuing her BSN.
She was an adventurous and creative person. She had a
passion for life and truly lived it to the fullest. She
traveled the world with her friends and also did
humanitarian work in Kenya, India, and Peru. She loved art
and music, and played the harp beautifully. Brynn had
many, many wonderful friends whom she adored. Many lives
were touched in all that she did.
Her contagious smile and infectious laugh spread happiness
to those around her. She loved her family and inspired us
to gather often and enjoyed her “sista”hood. She lived
to inspire us all. Brynn will be sorely missed by all who
Brynn is survived by her parents; siblings: Brooke (David)
Gatti, Emilee (Brandon) Shafizadeh, Erin, and Jeffrey;
nephews Hunter and Noah Gatti, niece Grace Gatti;
grandparents David and Judy Fox, and many aunts, uncles,
and cousins. We as her family express our deepest
gratitude for all the many kindnesses and acts of love
given at this time of grief.
Funeral services will be held Saturday, June 11, 2011 at
12:00 noon at the Murray Utah South Stake Center at 5735
South Fashion Boulevard in Murray, Utah. A viewing will be
held Saturday morning, from 9:30 until 11:30 am prior to
the funeral. Interment at Wasatch Lawn Cemetery, 3401
South Highland Drive in Salt Lake City, Utah.
Born at 5:05am on 1/26/11.
Weight: 9 lb 6 oz, Height: 19.5 inches
& Jerry Flannery announce the birth of their son:
Grady Flannery (going by Grady)
12/28/10 at 12:00:52 a.m.
7 lbs. 8
day is 3/6/11
Garrett is now in Brazil. The picture
is from the airport waiting to jump on the plan to Brazil
last Thursday. He got his visa after waiting 5 months.
Here is his address:
Elder Garrett Reilly Fox
Brazil Sao Paulo East Mission
Rua Caa-Acu, 229
03171-020 Sao Paulo – SP
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Ann (Barton) Fillmore
Expecting Twins Next June! Congrats
Ann (Barton) Fillmore - Does
she have a strange resemblance to Mona Lisa???
Caitlin Fox Gets 'Hitched'
Caitlin Fox and Austin Pruitt
married in the Mesa Temple on Friday, May 15th, 2009
would let you know the latest from the Bracken Webb clan. We
found out in January that we'll be spending the next two
years in Cincinnati Ohio as I train there at the Children's
Hospital in a residency for pediatric dentistry. We
are very excited! Also, we changed our blog
website. Thanks for keeping everyone up to date!
Kena Graybill Arrives
December 20th, 2008 at 7:40 AM.
She weighed eight pounds and is 20.5 inches long.
A note from Laurie:
Hi family, please save the date, March 21 2009, to come to a
bridal shower for Caitlin in Salt Lake. It will mostly be an
open house around noon but we will let you know the details
as it gets sooner. Also, the wedding date is Friday, May 15,
2009. I realize you are all in Utah, but if you can come we
would love to share the wedding celebration with us. I hope
you are all doing well. I want to express my love to all of
you. Best always, Laurie
and Heather Sealing
Heather Flannery will be sealed in the Salt Lake Temple at
10:20 AM on Saturday the 21st of February, 2009.
Congrats on an eternal
Brett had a near
brush with death on October 18th. As you can see by the
smile on his face, he was fortunate to survive brain surgery
to stop bleeding that could have killed him. He is currently
at home recuperating. He has a good prognosis but has yet to
regain hearing in his left ear.
We appreciate all
the prayers and support during this challenging time.
Janice, Ann, Crystal, Brad and Brett
Brett smiles as
he finds out that
he can wiggle his finger and toes!
Riley and Brandi Workman
Heather Fox Wedding
Pictures from the Workman's! (Crystal and Joe)
September 1, 2007
On Friday I took my Auditing & Attestation exam (test 3 of
4 to get my CPA license). It was LONG (4.5 hours) and I
didn't sleep a wink the night before because Lily decided
to scream all night for no apparent reason. Anyway, I
won't find out if I passed for about 6 weeks or so, but at
least it is over and I can relax for a week until I start
studying for my last exam. We leave tomorrow night to go
to Pennsylvania to visit Riki's parents on their mission.
We will spend most of the week in Harrisburg with Nanna &
Pappa, but we are also going to Pittsburgh and
Philadelphia to visit Riki's friends and Bracken's family.
I am so excited for a week of relaxation and time to spend
with Riki & Lily. It feels so weird to have nothing to do.
I love it.
Sunday, August 26, 2007
Hi everyone! We know it has been a long time since we have
updated our blog and apologize for that. A lot has changed
in our lives recently; Ryan is now working for Congressman
Mitchell as an intern on the hill, we found a new
apartment located right across the street from the
National Cathedral and we are both starting school
tomorrow! We are so excited for these changes in our life!
The new apartment we found was really such a big blessing.
We have been living in a very small studio basement
apartment which has been great for our first year in DC,
but we have decided it is time to have a bedroom and
windows :) Our new apartment is beautiful! It has gorgeous
wood floors through out, a big kitchen, 2 air conditioning
units, big windows, 10 ft ceilings, ceiling fans, A BRAND
NEW FRIDGE, A DISHWASHER and A BEDROOM WITH A WALK IN
CLOSET! All these things seem so little, but to us they
are huge because we have never lived in a place this nice
since we have been married. SO BASICALLY WE ARE
ECSTATIC!!!! We start school tomorrow and are very excited
for this semester. Well we have to go, but will keep
you have a blog let me know. We've (or I should
say I've) become obsessed with blogs. It's the
best and easiest way to check in on everyone and
let everyone know whats going on with us.
called to inform Janice that due to such a large number of
immediate family members attending the ceremony in the
temple (over 50), there will not be enough room for her mom's
brothers and sisters.
I hope that everyone
in the Barton family will be able to join up with Lindsay and James
ceremony at the Mount
Timpanogas Temple grounds at the conclusion of the
ceremony and greet them as they emerge from the
Reception is from seven
until nine o'clock!
West Ridge Golf Course
5055 South West Ridge Boulevard
West Valley City, Utah
Dear Friends and Family,
The National MS Society is
kicking off the 2007 Harmon's MS Bike Tour campaign. I am
planning to be a part of that event in June 2007 and I am
asking you to join me in the fight against MS by making a
contribution to support my effort.
The National Multiple Sclerosis
Society is dedicated to ending the devastating effects of
MS. They simultaneously fund research for a cure
while also helping people who currently live with MS lead
more fulfilling lives. I believe in the work they
do, and I invite you to see for yourself all the good
they've done for the MS community. More than 400,000
Americans live with MS, and your support can and will make
changes in their lives.
from Ryan and McKenna (4-18-2007)
The Spring is finally here in
DC, but it is still a little chilly. The weather has been
very unpredictable these last couple weeks. One day it will
be sunny and warm and the next day raining and a chance of
snow; it really is strange. :) It is finally starting to
warm up a little bit, and we are very excited for the day
when we don't have to wear jackets anymore!
Ryan is finishing up his 2nd semester at American
University. These last couple weeks he has many papers due
that determine his final grades in his classes. He enjoys
his classes, but is a little antsy for the semester to be
over, just like every student at the end of the year. He
will finish with his classes the beginning of May and then
will start up a summer session at the end of May. Ryan found
a new job at American University that pays him better and
will fit very well with his school schedule.
McKenna is still working for an orthodontist in Chevy Chase.
She met with her new advisor at American University to set
up her class schedule for the fall semester and they
determined that majoring in Communications and minoring in
Education would be the best route for her in graduating. She
has 2 years left of school and will then graduate with her
Our goal for the next few months is to save up money to buy
a nice Flat screen TV and an Xbox 360 with a game called
"Guitar Hero" (yes we know we are weird but we
have a lot of fun!) We are enjoying DC and really love each
adventure we have here.
Kenna and Ry
Pic's -Visit Bracken and Amy's blog site Click
Fox is engaged.
Tentative plans are
July 12th Wedding!
Crystal is finally showing!
(Due end of July)
Workman Family Scrapbook Click HERE
Ryan and I just entered the world of advanced
technological sophistication and opened up a blog site!!!
All you have to do is type in the following web address:
ryandkennahurst.blogspot.com and it will open up our
website were you can read all our posts on what is going
on in our lives and recent pictures. We hope you guys
enjoy it and we will keep updating it. Love you all and we
from Jill Webb Larson (3-29-2007) Click
Picture for Jonah Page
Hi everyone --
I sent out some pictures of Jonah yesterday, but
I'm not sure that the email went through -- so here they are
again. Sorry if you get this twice!
To see them go to www.smilesbywire.com,
and enter the name JILL LARSON and the access code
Hope you all are doing great!
Just wanted to
send some updated photos of Gavin. We can't believe how fast
he's growing!! He's almost 7 months and getting so big. He's
sitting up and eating non stop!! He's got his bottom teeth
Bracken and Amy Penelope Rose
Born February 25, 2007
Weight - 7 lbs. 7 oz. Length
20 1/2 inches
did the whole thing "natural" with a midwife and
all was well. Bracken says she doesn't have much
hair and that she has a cute little cleft chin. (He
called it a "bum chin.") He'll send
Born January 21, 2007
Weight - 8 lbs. 4 oz. Length
20 1/2 inches Click picture for larger image Weight - 8 lbs. 4 oz. Length
20 1/2 inches
New Arrivals 2006 - 2007
Twins Run in the Family! Who are these guys?
Click Picture to find out!!!
New Picture of relatives!
Standing from Left to Right
Upper Row: William Bell, John Jr., and James
Next Row: Peter and Isaac
Sitting: Joseph, John Barton and Elizabeth Bell
Bottom Row: Hyrum and Bertha