Mary Carol Canfield, who died of issues from dementia on November 18, 2022 in South Ogden, Utah. She joined her mother and father, her two brothers and a granddaughter in paradise. Carol was a loving and concerned mom, grandmother and great-grandmother and he or she will probably be dearly missed by all of them. Carol will probably be buried in North Ogden Cemetery.
Carol is survived by her 5 kids: Sharon, Scott (Pleasure), Connie (John), Susen (John) and Terri, 18 grandchildren and 18 great-grandchildren, and brothers Joe (Linda), Ted ( Marcell, Tom (Judy), and Rex (Janice). The blessing of an everlasting household has all the time been cherished by Carol.
Carol grew up in Spanish Fork, Utah. The one daughter of her beloved mother and father, Thomas Ralph and Mary (Davis) Woodhouse; she was in a position to maintain her personal amongst six rambunctious brothers: Ralph Jr. (deceased), Allen (deceased), Ted, Joe, Rex, and Tom. These siblings have had many adventures collectively.
After graduating from Spanish Fork Excessive Faculty in 1952, she attended Brigham Younger College (BYU) – Provo Campus. Whereas at BYU, she was a member of the Cheerleading Squad and met Alan, a good-looking soccer participant, who grew to become her love curiosity. Carol and her ex-husband Alan had been married on Could 19, 1955 in Spanish Fork, Utah. They had been then sealed for time and eternity within the Logan Utah Temple on December 10, 1964.
Carol has been a lifelong devoted member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Carol had a powerful testimony of the gospel of Jesus Christ, which she shared with many all through her life. She held positions within the church that concerned instructing kids and younger girls. She served church missions, together with a proselytizing mission in California and quite a few service missions at Temple Sq. in Salt Lake Metropolis. Whereas serving in Temple Sq., she had the chance to satisfy many church leaders. She additionally labored as a temple employee in Ogden, Utah. Carol has volunteered with different organizations in northern Utah, together with the 2002 Salt Lake Metropolis Winter Olympics.
Carol was enthusiastic about sports activities, particularly basketball. She was a Utah Jazz and BYU fan, who knew her staff’s gamers and their stats. Carol was nonetheless energetic. Strolling was a ardour; she by no means missed a every day stroll. She usually went along with her beloved canine, Toby. She liked to golf and was a member of the White Barn Women League. She golfed throughout Utah and loved her time and friendships within the league. She additionally loved spending time in Bear Lake, Utah along with her household.
Carol was an unbiased, hardworking lady and an impeccable housekeeper. She has labored for ZCMI, Desert Industries and Snowbasin Ski Resort. She was a gifted quilter and seamstress, making many outfits for her kids. She may have a look at a gown, then go residence and make it. She made many wedding ceremony attire and garments for others. A lot of her kids and grandchildren treasure the quilts she made for them. Carol loved gardening and pruning the roses in her backyard. Among the roses got here from her mom’s backyard. Carol liked to journey to go to her household.
A few of his different favourite pastimes included oil portray, studying, puzzles, amassing spoons on his world travels, and consuming a McDonald’s burger with Pepsi. She shared her canning, stitching, quilting and portray expertise along with her kids and grandchildren.
Regardless of challenges and adversity, Carol all the time strived to ship her greatest. She loved encouraging her grandchildren, sharing household tales, household photographs with others, and holding her household updated on everybody’s accomplishments. His instance continues to encourage his household; that regardless of imperfection every of us can accomplish nice issues.
The household want to give particular due to the workers at Bristol Hospice, particularly Kami and Rachel, and the workers at Legacy Home.
Companies will probably be held Wednesday, November 23, 2022 at midday at Myers Mortuary, 845 Washington Blvd., Ogden, UT, with a pre-visit from 10:30 a.m. to 11:40 a.m. Interment will probably be in Ben Lomond Cemetery, 526 E. 2850 N., No. Ogden, UT.
Carol’s companies will probably be streamed stay. To look at scroll to the underside of his obituary at www.myers-mortuary.com.
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