In Memory


Brian James Anderson (6/19/1972- 5/19/2017). Our faithful, kind Daddy and husband finished his work on the Earth to continue about his Father's business. Brian was raised in a home filled with love and was given opportunities to pursue his talents and interests including lessons in music voice and oboe and flying lessons. He learned from his parents how to love others, be loyal to family, and work hard. He laughed, played, and traveled with his siblings sharing paper routes and hot chocolate, trips to Disneyland, and driving in the VW van. He loved his sweet Nan. He loved her gingersnap cookies, sitting on the porch looking at the stars, the way she would fry him an egg, and watching game shows together. Brian attended Highland High School. Brian has a love for music particularly classical. Brian is a loyal and faithful member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. Brian served in the Sweden Stockholm mission. His mission president heard his voice and exclaimed "I found my Bass" He actively sought him out to be in Uniton a small missionary performing group that shared the folk music of Sweden. He was grateful for the opportunity to sing the music of this beautiful country. 
Upon his return, he met the love of his life Christine Bryner. They are college sweethearts from the University of Utah and shared their love of music in choir They also sang with the Oratorio Society of Utah. They were sealed in the Salt Lake Temple in 1995. Brian completed his education at Salt Lake Community College and Weber State University. He enjoyed his career in the airline and travel industry including Eastern Airlines, Continental, and finally United Airlines. During their ten- year quest for a family they had an opportunity to cherish their relationship. Together with his wife they served the adoption community as Education Chairs, Outreach Chairs, Salt Lake Chapter Chairs, and the National Families Supporting Adoption Board. He and his wife are very much loved in the infertility, adoption, and special needs parenting community. Brian served in various church callings and his favorite was Music Director for Sacrament meeting.He loved talking politics, ham radio, finding deals, and a good soda. When children finally came to their family through the blessing of adoption, Brian was a loving Daddy and developed a sweet relationship with their boys. He honored their children's birthfamilies. He has a mighty testimony of the Savior and the atonement. He believes that the temple is a sacred edifice where loved ones are linked for generations. We will miss Brian's warm personality, infectious laugh, sarcasm, and big joyful presence. He is known for his gentle kindness and quiet service. He is a kind, faithful, husband, Daddy, son, brother, uncle, and friend. Until we meet again our dear Brian. Survived by his wife Christine and their three sons James (11), Christian (7), Jonathan (6). His parents Paul and Kay Anderson, sister Susan (Michael Fredde), David (Tammy), Wendy, aunts Linda Nielsen (Len), Jill Aoki, in-laws Lowell and Karin Bryner, Sylvia (Scott) Gines, Thomas (Tammy) Bryner, Barbara (David) Gill, Michael (Stephanie) Bryner, and nephews and nieces. In lieu of flowers a donation account is available at the University of Utah Credit Union "Brian J Anderson Memorial Fund for Children" Interment Larkin Sunset Lawn, Salt Lake City Utah. Viewing, May 24 6:00 - 8:00pm 2350 E 1300 S SLC UT 84108, Funeral May 25, 2017 at the Parleys 5th Ward 2615 E Stringham Ave SLC UT 84109 viewing prior 9:30 - 10:30am service at 11:00am.




Shelby Craig Elison of Salt Lake City, 43, passed away peacefully at home on Tuesday, March 31, 2015. Shelby was born November 11, 1971 to Rolland Elison and Deirdre Bachman. Shelby grew up in Salt Lake City. He was a graduate of Highland High School and attended University of Oregon, Eugene. Shelby was the oldest of five sons. He loved family and was a loving uncle to his nieces and nephews. Shelby was a hard worker and enjoyed his vocation as a professional spa and backyard entertainment technician. He was a very sociable and loving person. Everyone he met loved him. 


Shelby enjoyed online shopping, skiing, making his house a home, music and traveling. Shelby had a great smile and was a good hugger. He was a devoted dog owner. His golden retrievers were his sidekicks. 


Shelby is survived by his parents, six brothers, three nieces, three nephews, and two dogs





Lorie Denise Apple "Angel Eyes" "Lorie Loved The Lord" Lorie Denise Apple, age 37, entered the presence of the Lord on Nov. 7, 2009.Born July 18, 1972, in Salt Lake City, UT to Earl and Patsy Bradford. Married Terry Apple Jr., Nov. 9, 1997. Together they had Braydon, the "apple of their eye". Lorie loved her pets, Ariel, Oreo, Fiona, Tipsey, and many more. Lorie enjoyed drawing, and writing, which she shared with her Aunt Ardith (deceased). She was working on a book about the life of her Uncle Morris. She was a wonderful teacher of life and loved to read the Bible. She had a tender, loving heart and had a compassion for the down-trodden. Her passion extended to those who sacrifice for our country. Lorie is survived by her husband and son; parents; siblings, Dale, Kevin (Lydia), and Teresa (Quinn) Brown; Terry's family, grandmothers, Billie Erickson and Lois Apple; mother, Jackie Morris; siblings, Patty (Wayne) Tolman, Ron (Virginia), Cammy, Tiffini (Juan) Parra, Peter, and Rodney; many nieces and nephews. Funeral services will be held Thurs. Nov. 12, 2009, 3:00 p.m. at Calvary Chapel of SLC, 460 W. Century Drive (4350 S). A viewing will be held on Wed., from 6-8:00 p.m. at Redwood Memorial Mortuary, 6500 S. Redwood Rd., West Jordan and one hour prior to services at the church. Interment to follow at Redwood Memorial Cemetery. Someone so special could never be forgotten.



Ryan Buckley Jensen


Ryan Buckley Jensen 12/4/1971 ~ 10/4/2008 Our adored son, brother, husband and father passed away in the early morning of October 4th, 2008. Ryan fought cancer valiantly and gracefully for over two years.Ryan will be remembered for his delightful, funny and always sincere personality. He was always the comedian and one to make people feel welcome and special. He loved spending time with his children and had the opportunity to be at home with them full time during his battle with cancer. He shared a love for gadgets and electronics with his oldest son, Jack (8 1/2 years old), a passion for silliness with his second son, Peter (6 years old) and an affinity for snuggle time with his daughter, Grace ( 3 1/2 years old). He will be dearly missed by his beautiful children. Ryan was an amazing husband and partner to his wife of 11 years, Allie Jensen. It can be truly said that they were "best friends". Ryan lived life to its fullest in both business and pleasure and leaves behind an amazing circle of family and friends that rallied behind his family over the last two years. Ryan is survived by his wife, Allison Palmer Jensen, children; Jack, Peter and Grace, parents; Craig and Sue Jensen, brothers and sisters; Robyn Larkin (Rob), Martin Tyler Jensen (Luis Barrios), Douglas Jensen (Courtnie) and Allyson Davis (Eric) and many loved nieces and nephews. Ryan is preceded in death by his dear younger brother, Scot Jensen. The family would like to thank the truly compassionate staff of Hopewell House Hospice in Portland, Oregon. With their help, Ryan's passing was dignified and beautiful. The nurses not only took amazing care of Ryan, but of our family and friends as well. The staff was quite touched by Ryan and many tears were shed when he passed away. In lieu of flowers, the family would suggest that donations be made to Hopewell House, 6171 SW Capitol Hwy, Portland, OR 97239. A memorial service will be held on Saturday, October 25th at 5:30 p.m. at Le Jardin, 1910 E. 10600 S. in Sandy, Utah. A second memorial service is being planned in Portland, Oregon in November. Online condolences



Craig A. Balderas Miller


Craig A. Balderas Miller 1972 ~ 2007 Craig Miller passed away Nov. 17, 2007 after a short battle with cancer. Though enduring tremendous pain, he continued to work almost to the end; never one to be remiss about his commitments. He had a difficult time saying goodbye. Craig was born on the I-15 freeway on Jan. 31, 1972 to Marta Balderas. He was the adored grandson of Eduardo and Rhea Balderas. Craig attended Highland High School; playing football and soccer. An avid 49er's fan, he loved sporting events. He was a manager at KFC, Wendy's and Harmon's. He married Mahala Cook, later divorced. Learning to be independent at an early age, he was a dependable, hard worker; rarely asking for much and accepting life as it came to him. He cherished spending time with family and friends. His Christ-like qualities of a kind heart, unconditional love, and forgiveness were inspiring. Craig is survived by the families of Robert, Dan and Sam Balderas and Mel and Ana Hastings. He held a special place in his heart for the Larry and Barbara Baker family and his cat, Max. Preceded in death by his mother, Marta, and his grandparents. Funeral services will be held on Saturday, Nov. 24, 2007 at 11 a.m. at the LDS Riverside 4th Ward, 5200 S. 700 W. The family will greet visitors one hour prior to the service. Burial will be at Holladay Memorial Park, 4900 Memory Lane (2000 E.), Holladay, UT. Condolences may be sent to the family at



Charlie Brook Baxter, beloved son, brother, and friend was tragically taken from us on January 30, 1998, in Salt Lake City, Utah.

Charlie was born October 26, 1972 in Long Beach, California, to Charles and Maureen Baxter, moving to Utah soon thereafter. He graduated from Highland High school in 1990 and attended Salt Lake Community College. Charlie was a free spirit who chose to do things his way. His interests included a love for animals, a love and wonder of nature, and believing in the ecology of the planet. Some of his happiest times were spent on Bonneville golf course with his beloved dad playing golf. He also loved all winter sports. Charlie is survived by his devoted and loving mother, Maureen, who always believed in him; brothers, Craig (Brenda) Oliver and Kevin (Cindy) Oliver; sisters, Lori (Smiley) Tierney and Rhonda (Jim) Fike; grandparents, Jessie and Edna Kay. Preceded in death by his father, Charles Baxter, and grandparents, Lafaire and Beulah Baxter.

Together, father and son, Charles Baxter, and Charlie B. Baxter, will be side by side at the Larkin cemetery, making "pars" in the big golf course in the sky. Charlie, we all love you and know you are in a better peaceful place.



Andrew C. Huefner died July 27, 1994 in an automobile accident.

Born September 16, 1972 in Salt Lake to Louise C. Huefner and John S. Huefner. He was a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.Survived by mother and father; brothers, Mr. & Mrs. Jonathan C. Huefner, William C. Huefner, Mr. & Mrs. Joseph C. Huefner, and Mr. & Mrs Howard C. Huefner; sisters, Mr. & Mrs. Matthew D.(Rebecca) Chapman and Mr. & Mrs. Michael G. (Catherine) LaPorte; grandfather, John Huefner; 15 nieces and nephews; and his dog "Duke".

Family wishes to give a special thanks to those who stopped to help.


Affin William Phillips

Zion (Utah) - Falling Fatality 1993

On the evening of May 14th, two hikers advised the park that they had seen what they suspected were human remains in the rugged eastern end of the South Fork of Taylor Creek in the Kolob section of the park. A search party attempted to hike into the location that night, but the effort was suspended after midnight because of darkness and icy conditions. On May 15th, a Zion SAR team composed of climbing rangers and members of the local climbing community searched for and finally located the body after seven hours of travel over extremely hazardous terrain, including ice bridges, precipitous snow-covered cliffs, and unstable ground. The rugged, narrow canyon and high cliffs made helicopter evacuation impossible. The SAR team removed the body to a lower location, where they were assisted with hand-carry transport back to the trailhead by the Washington County sheriff's SAR team. A total of ten people from three agencies were involved.

There was no identification on the victim and no climbing gear was present. It appears that the victim fell well over 1,000 feet. Because of the massive trauma sustained in the fall, immediate identification was impossible. The body was taken to the state medical examiner's office in Salt Lake City. Evidence taken from a lone car at the trailhead, together with dental records obtained from the family of the man to whom the car was registered, led the medical examiner to a positive identification of the victim as 21-year-old Affin William Phillips of Salt Lake City. The coroner ruled that Williams had died within 36 hours of the discovery of his body. His auto was impounded by county officials.

By Year Deceased Alphabetically Yearbook Photo

Brian Anderson  

Shelby Elison  

Lorie Bradford (Apple)  

Ryan Jensen  

Craig Miller  

Charlie Baxter  

Andrew Huefner  

Affin Phillips  

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