1/31/2019 Obituary for Toinette “Toni” Bassett Barnson
Toinette "Toni" Bassett Barnson, 68, passed away January 26, 2019 at her home in Circleville from a lingering illness. She was born January 20, 1950 in Salina, Utah to Ralph Freeman and Ruby
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2/12/2018 Sandra Larsen Helm's Obituary
1950 ~ 2017
Sandra Larsen Helm of Salt Lake City UT graduated from this life and moved on to her next adventure after a valiant and quick battle with ALS on December 24, 2017. Born March 29,
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1/5/2016 Jonel Hatch McClintock Obituary
Susie Jonel Hatch McCLintock passed from this earthly life on Dec. 26, 2015. She was born on May 29, 1950 to DeVerl Herrick Hatch and Margaret Belle Ipson Hatch in Salina, Utah. She attended
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Right after graduation, which I completed my senior year via night school and I attended the Tech school in Provo(Machinist) during the day. I was offered an apprenticeship in Los Angeles, CA, so Dianne (West) and I moved there from ’68-72. Then we moved back to UT and stayed having a total of 5 children. After all the kids graduated from high school, we divorced after 28 years. I moved back to CA (95) and stayed a single workaholic until I met my future wife Sandi in 2000 on a work assignment in New Mexico. I accepted a job transfer there, and needed to find a home in a hurry, so I called the #1 realtor in the area, Sandi Pressley, and she found me a home. The rest is history. We married 2 years later in 2002. Sandi never had children, but when she said “I Do” immediately had 5 grown children and at that time 3 grandchildren that would love her as much as I do.
During the years since graduation, I went back to school, mostly at night and received a Manufacturing and Business Administration Degree.(University of Phoenix) With my machinist background it was a good fit, so my job for many years was to build and manage manufacturing facilities. I also continued in that profession in NM after we married, my last position was with Nambe in Santa Fe, NM as VP of Operations. In 2005 Nambe made a decision to move all production to China & India, so I made a decision to retire from manufacturing (at 55) and just “play around” with Real Estate with my wife. I got my NM Real Estate Brokers License in 2005 and went to work with my wife Sandi. Wow, was I wrong about, “play around” with Real Estate!! I used to be able to plan my life out 6 months in Microsoft Project with a go live date for the new factory. Now in Real Estate 6 minutes is about as far as I can plan! And talk about work, it never stops!! Anyway I just had the big “65”! I’m so happy every day. Never dreamed it could be like this.
God is so good….
We now have 7 grandchildren that have two sets of grandparents to love & spoil them!
So sorry for the long, long Bio. It’s hard to fit 40+ years in one Paragraph. I hope to make it to the next big class reunion in 2018!
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