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Timothy Cardell Wilson
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August 12, 1959~ May 28, 2016 Timothy Cardell Wilson was born Aug. 12, 1959 at Good Samaritan Hospital in Vincennes, IN. Tim departed this world peacefully, surrounded by his family and closest friends, at his home in Woods Cross, on May 28, 2016. Tim never met a stranger and always had a kind word for everyone of good intentions. Tim was intensely curious all his life. He enjoyed learning new things and always sought to understand how things worked. He was phenomenally talented with his hands. He could draw like an artist, crochet, design and sew clothes and fix motorcycles and cars. Tim could simply do anything he set his mind to do. He enjoyed playing the guitar and singing with his family and friends. He also enjoyed superhero movies and comics, Captain America being his favorite superhero all his life. Tim was rarely seen without a smile on his face. He enjoyed telling funny stories, jokes and good naturedly teasing and being teased. Tim had an open and forgiving heart and was one the most non-judgemental people on the planet. He was very intuitive when meeting others and seemed to know exactly what help they might need in their lives. He loved and was loved in return by many people who called him friend. He was called “dad” by many whom he took under his wing to mentor and care for. For some he was the only father figure in their lives. He loved animals, and it was not unusual for animals to be drawn to him. Tim especially loved his dogs Jake, Bear and CeCe. Tim was the faithful husband to Tara Wilson whom he loved very much. Besides Tara, he is survived by his children, Shane Wilson, Amber Wilson, Ryan Lewis and his wife Sephora, Tristan Wilson, Justin Andrews and his fiancee Tera, Shane Butterfield and his brother Ian Minderman and his wife Tara. Tim was a grandfather to Neveah Haire, Nikolas Wilson and Brook Wilson. He is preceded in death by his beloved mother, Mary Katherine (Goodwin) Minderman. Tim was a faithful member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, and loved his church family. Riding his Harley­ Davidson motorcycles was a passion for Tim nearly all his life. He now makes his final ride to his Heavenly Father’s home. He will be missed everyday by his family and friends. Tim had the appearance of a regular human being, but we know he was anything but; He was our superhero. Memorial services for Timothy were on Monday, May 30, 2016 at 3 p.m. at The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints located at 1500 S. 800 West in Woods Cross. Please leave online condolences for the family at www.russonmortuary.com.
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Thomas C Sorensen
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1947-2016 Our beloved father, grandfather, great grandfather, and friend passed away peacefully surrounded by his loving family after a courageous four-year battle with pancreatic cancer. He loved hunting, fishing, camping with his family and friends in the Colorado mountains. Although he was born and raised in Utah, he always called Colorado Springs, CO his home, where he lived and raised his five children for 38 years. He served three years in the US Army during the Vietnam conflict. Tom worked for the Department of Defense as an accountant and as such was able to take his family and live in Germany for a total of seven years. Other than the hunting with his boys and friends they were the most memorable times of his life. He married his high school sweetheart, LeAnne Smoot on Dec. 21, 1966 in Centerville, and was later sealed to her in the Salt Lake Temple. He and his wife served nine years as temple ordnance workers in the Denver Temple and nine years as Stake missionaries at the Colorado State Prison in Florence, CO (his two very favorite callings in the church). He was the most principled and honest man we have ever known. He was born to Vaughn C. Sorensen and Leatha C. in Mt. Pleasant, Utah whom preceded him in death. Survived by his children Monica Berger (Ty), Michael (Melissa), Tyler (Yvette), Derick (Katie), Brett (Lydia) and 18 grandchildren, three great-grandchildren, his sister Linda (Kenny) Minear, brothers: Kenneth (Janet), Ed (Sandra), Bill (Becky). Preceded in death by his parents, Vaughn and Leatha Sorensen. Many thanks to Heart Hospice for their wonderful care and the University of Utah Huntsman Cancer Center and their wonderful staff who took such good care of his every need. Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. Monday, June 6, 2016 at the West Point Stake Center, 550 N. 2300 West, West Point, with a viewing before between 9 and 10:30 a.m. There will also be a viewing held the evening before from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m.at the same location.
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