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John Shaw

John Shaw



 
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09/10/11 07:09 PM #1    

Jerry Richards

John Albert Shaw

Born in Brigham City, UT on Apr. 1, 2008
Departed on Jul. 26, 1944 and resided in Tremonton, UT.
Visitation:  
Service: Friday, Apr. 4, 2008
Cemetery: Bothwell Cemetery
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John Albert Shaw John Albert Shaw
TREMONTON – John Albert Shaw, 63, passed away on Tuesday, April 1, 2008 doing what he loved to do best. Taking off for a few days to see the beauties of the world. This trip led him to Moab, Utah.
John was born in Brigham City, Utah on July 26, 1944 a son of Darrel Bronson and Josephine Phyllis Murphy Shaw.
He married his sweetheart Dawn Christensen on April 10, 1963 in Bothwell.
John was a volunteer Fireman for Tremonton for 25 years; he worked at Thiokol/Autoliv and was a plant manager at the time of his retirement. He loved to travel and always had a story to share, with everyone he came across. He was a family man and very proud of his children and grandchildren, he loved to watch and spend time with the grandkids.
He was always on time, full of Bull and ready to help anyone in need. He will always be remembered for his shiny clean vehicles.
Surviving family members are his wife, Dawn, Tremonton; children: Robert (Rhonda) Shaw, Honeyville; Richard (Kelli) Shaw, Honeyville; Rachell (Joe) Rudd, Garland; 10 grandchildren, sisters: Janet (Roger) Brown, Renee (Dale) Woodruff, Julie Bywater.
brothers: Tom (LaNae) Shaw, Ed (Mary Jane) Shaw, David (Pam) Shaw, sisters-in-law: Sherrie (John) Massava, Margo (Dale) Wagstaff, D-Ann (Jerry) Hoopes, Debra (Jim) Coombs, brothers-in-law: Tom (Joan) Christensen, Louis (Linda) Christensen, Jay R. (Jill) Christensen, Rick (Lisa) Christensen.
Funeral services will be held on Friday, April 4, 2008 at 11:00 a.m. at the Garland Tabernacle, 140 West Factory, Garland.
Per John’s request, there will be no formal viewing.
Interment will be in the Bothwell Cemetery.
In lieu of flowers please make donations to the LDS Mission Fund.

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