Graveside Services for Julie Anne Roylance


Julie Anne Roylance

Julie Roylance passed away on Sept 15, 2016. Julie was born June 26, 1950 in Ogden to Edith Robinson and Julian W. Brunker. She was a lifelong resident of Huntsville and graduated from Weber High School. She married Greg Roylance on Feb. 14, 1970.

She enjoyed entertaining, was a line dance teacher and taught porcelain doll classes. She loved the outdoors, riding 4 wheelers and was a competitive athlete – she did not like to lose. She enjoyed family time and helping others which showed in her job as director for Washington Terrace Senior Center.

Julie is survived by her husband, Greg; daughter Nanette; son Lance (Leslie); 6 grandchildren, Nicole, Kacey, Kelsey, Tiara, Davin, Payton and 4 great-grandchildren, Anna, Kaylum, Archer, and Zayden. Also survived by her sister Lynnette and brothers, Troy and Tracy. She was preceded in death by her parents and two brothers, Wesley and Lance.

Graveside services will be held at 1:30 PM on Wednesday, September 21, 2016 at the Huntsville City Cemetery.

The family would like to thank the ICU staff at McKay Dee Hospital.

Arrangements entrusted to Myers Ogden Mortuary.

Graveside Services for Betty Lou Fielding Anderson


Betty Lou Fielding Anderson

1933 – 2016

Betty Lou Fielding Anderson passed away on September 7, 2016 in Ogden, UT. She was born on July 24, 1933 to Earl and Willena Madsen Fielding in Goshen, ID. She lived most of her life in Huntsville, UT. She enjoyed about 20 years as the cosmetician manager at Skaggs Drug in Ogden.

She married Donald Lafave Anderson on April 1, 1952. He passed away on January 30, 2009. Their posterity includes five children, Wendy (Brett) Wangsgard, Garn Anderson (deceased in infancy), Connie (Jeff) Wintle, Donita (John) Boulter, and Vaughn Anderson (deceased); siblings, Leon, Mary, Reed, and Clyde; 13 grandchildren and 27 great-grandchildren.

Our dear mother and friend, you will be missed.

Graveside services will be held at 2:30 p.m. on Monday, September 12, 2016 at the Huntsville City Cemetery, Cemetery Point, Huntsville. Friends may visit with family on Monday from 12:30 to 1:30 p.m. at Lindquist’s Ogden Mortuary, 3408 Washington Blvd., Ogden.

Funeral Services for Jack J. Davis, M.D.

Huntsville Town’s Loss:

Funeral Services for Jack J. Davis, M.D.


Jack J. Davis, M.D.
1923 – 2016
Dr. Jack J. Davis, beloved father, brother, grandfather, great-grandfather, colleague, and friend, passed away peacefully in Ogden on August 12, 2016, after a brief illness.
Dr. Davis was born January 20, 1923, in Ogden, to Monida Emily Hunsaker and John Ira Davis. The oldest of four children (two brothers and one sister), he spent a busy, joyous youth in the distinctive and beautiful house on Marilyn Drive. From there, it was easy to walk the as-yet undeveloped foothills and to hike and ski the canyons and Mount Ogden. Jack attended Ogden City Schools and graduated from Ogden High. He excelled academically, was active in the LDS Church and Boy Scouts, and was a classically trained pianist. He attended Weber State College and then the University of Utah, where he earned a Bachelor of Science degree.
After ROTC at the University of Utah, Jack joined the Navy in World War II, destined for a PT Boat. Instead, the Navy sent him to medical school at Northwestern University in Chicago, where he earned a second Bachelor’s degree and a Doctor of Medicine. He served an internship at Wesley Memorial Hospital in Chicago, followed by a residency in Radiology at LDS Hospital in Salt Lake City, eventually becoming board certified in Radiology. He returned to active military duty during the Korean War as a Captain in the Medical Corps, serving at Camp Chaffee, Arkansas.
Dr. Davis’ civilian professional career spanned 40 years as a radiologist with the Salt Lake Clinic, as well as service to the 75th Medical Group’s Department of Radiology at Hill Air Force Base. During this time, he was active in several medical research and professional boards and organizations.
Jack met his future wife, Janice McKay of Huntsville, in 1948, while she was teaching at South Junior High in Weber County. They were married on June 13, 1949, in the Salt Lake LDS Temple, with David O. McKay performing the ceremony. They settled in Salt Lake City to raise their four children, with frequent trips to Ogden and Huntsville to visit family. Their homes on Roosevelt Avenue and Dallin Street were busy and full of neighbor kids and cousins. Treasured times were the family’s regular road trips, with mandatory stops at every historical marker and the occasional “roadside chat” to explain acceptable behavior for children in a car.
Jack served many positions in his LDS Wards in Salt Lake City and was a strong supporter and leader in Scouting. Along with his own Eagle Scout rank earned in his youth, he received the Wood Badge and was honored with the Silver Beaver Award. He served as Scoutmaster for 13 years in Troops 243 and 71 in Salt Lake City.
Jack and Janice had a wide circle of friends in Salt Lake, as well as a closer circle who formed their decades-long study group, meeting once a month at one of their homes for dinner and discussion. He supported the arts and for decades was a season ticket holder for himself, Janice and two other lucky friends or relatives at Pioneer Memorial Theater. Jack always loved the outdoors, and in adulthood became an avid horseman. Trail rides with his father-in-law and brothers-in-law and later with his children were special activities. In his later years, Jack became a fun and witty grandpa and great-grandpa, known for his clever conversation and gentle teasing. Perhaps his greatest achievement was his devoted and tender care of Janice for the 27 years after she suffered an aneurysm and stroke, until her death in 2009. Surely, theirs has been a joyous reunion.
Dr. Jack J. Davis’ 93 years have truly been a life well lived, with many accomplishments and service to family, country, church, profession, and community. He has touched countless lives in so many ways and will be greatly missed. Preceded in death by his parents, brother Ben H. Davis, sister Carol Lynne Davis Paul, wife Janice, infant son Mark and a grandson Nicholas D. Lamborn. Survived by his brother Julian Ira Davis (Becki); his children Jennifer Sorensen (Cliff), Dr. Jack M. Davis (Cindy), Laurel Lamborn, and Daniel M. Davis; 9 grandchildren and their spouses; and 15 great-grandchildren.
Friends and family may pay their respects at Myers Mortuary, 845 Washington Boulevard, Ogden, UT, on Tuesday evening, August 16, 2016, from 6 until 8. Services at Huntsville 1st Ward Chapel, 277 S. 7400 E, Huntsville, UT, at 12 noon, with visitation from 10:30 until 11:45. Interment at the Huntsville Cemetery, with military honors.

Funeral Services for Connie Creamer

Huntsville Town Lost a Treasure:

Funeral Services for Connie Creamer


Connie Mae Gledhill Creamer
May 20, 1937-August 8, 2016

Connie Mae Gledhill Creamer passed away on August 8, 2016 in Salt Lake City, Utah of complications due to heart disease. She was 79 years old.
Born on May 20, 1937 in Bountiful, Utah, a loving daughter to Boyd and Margaret Brough Gledhill. Married September 4, 1954 to her high school sweetheart, Richard LaMar Creamer. They were sealed for time and eternity in the Salt Lake LDS Temple on September 6, 1955.
She is survived by her husband, Richard, and her wonderful children and spouses: Kaylene (Ken) Chalmers, Laurie (Brett) Allen, LaMar (Tami) Creamer, Peggy (Tim) Harding, and Becky (AJ) Moone: 21 grandchildren and 43 great-grandchildren, all of whom adored her. She is also survived by her sister, Lynn (Tom) O’Toole and brother Robert (Pat) Gledhill, as well as numerous brother and sister-in-laws and nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her infant son, Scott Boyd, and her parents.
Connie lived in Huntsville for the past 47 years. She attended Myton Elementary, Valley School in Huntsville, and graduated from Weber High School in Ogden.
She was an active member of the LDS Church, serving in numerous callings including Primary President, Relief Society President, Young Women leader, Ward Organist, and faithful Visiting Teacher. A special calling later in her life was to serve as a Nursery leader with her husband.
She served 3 two-year LDS missions with her husband to Bolivia, Romania and Arizona/Oregon. She also served as an ordinance worker in the Ogden LDS Temple.
Connie worked at Valley school in Huntsville as a Librarian, then as the school Secretary for over 30 years and was dearly loved by the students and her co-workers.
She was a very creative and talented seamstress making wedding dresses, blessing outfits, quilts, and crocheted and knitted creations. She won many awards for her handicrafts including county Best of Show and state blue ribbons.
Her sweet and gentle presence was a strength to her family and all who knew her. She will truly be missed.
Friends may visit family on Sunday August 14, 2016 from 6:00-8:00 pm at Myers Mortuary, 845 Washington Blvd., Ogden, Utah. Funeral services will be on Monday August 15, 2016 at 11:00 am in the Huntsville Chapel, 277 S. 7400 E. Huntsville, Utah with a viewing from 9:30-10:30 am. Interment in the Liberty Utah Cemetery.

A sad day for Huntsville Town: Funeral Services for Jerald Engstrom

A sad day for Huntsville Town:
Funeral Services for Jerald Engstrom

Jerald Noel Engstrom

Jerald Noel Engstrom returned to his Heavenly Father on Thursday, January 21, 2016. He was the son of Chester and Bertha Engstrom. He married Shirley Deem on June 27, 1958 in the Salt Lake Temple. Together, they had six children. He was loved by his family and will be missed.

Jerald graduated from Weber High School, University of Utah, and George Washington Law School. He also joined the Army and served during the Korean conflict.

As a 4th generation Huntsville native, he loved Huntsville and gave many years of dedicated service to the community. He had a “finger on the pulse” of the town and worked for the well-being of its citizens. He was respected by all and well-liked in the community.

Jerald was a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints and held many offices and fulfilled many callings. He especially enjoyed home teaching. His influence on his companions and families changed and blessed many lives. He loved to read and watch sports. He enjoyed gardening and loved history.

He is survived by his children; Susan (Vernon) Maas, Kathleen Engstrom, Jeanette (Rich) Tregeagle, Michael (KeeNan) Engstrom, James Engstrom, and Nathan (Elisa) Engstrom, and 12 grandchildren.

He was preceded in death by his parents, Chester and Bertha Engstrom, and his brother, Bert Engstrom.

Funeral services will be held at 1 p.m. on Tuesday, January 26, 2016 at the Huntsville 2nd Ward, 277 S 7400 E, Huntsville. A viewing will be held on Monday at Myers Mortuary, 845 Washington Blvd, Ogden on January 25, 2016 from 6 to 8 p.m. and prior to services on Tuesday at 11:30 to 12:30 at the church.

Interment, Huntsville Cemetery

In lieu of flowers, please donate to the Church Missionary Fund, The Perpetual Education Fund, or The Weber County Children’s Justice Center. – See more at:

Funeral Services for Scott Layton

Funeral Services for Scott Layton



HUNTSVILLE – Scott Harris Layton, 64, passed away on December 27, 2015 after a courageous battle with cancer. He was born on March 13, 1951 in Ogden, Utah the son of Jesse and Shirley Layton. He married Connie Lou DeYoung on July 19, 1973 in the Ogden Utah LDS Temple.

Scott lived his entire life in beautiful Huntsville, which he considered his spot of heaven. He lived close to his parents and several siblings and loved having his extended family nearby. He attended elementary and junior high school in Huntsville and graduated from Weber High School in 1969. Scott served a mission for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints in the Germany South Mission.

He obtained a Bachelor’s degree in Botany from Weber State University in 1977 and began his life career with the US Forest Service as a Forest Ranger for the Ogden Ranger District for 36 years. During his career he had the opportunity to oversee public lands at Pineview Reservoir, Snowbasin Ski Resort, and other loved Ogden Valley locations. He was instrumental in the preparations and events at Snowbasin for the 2002 Olympic and Paralympic games. It was his dream job. As much as he enjoyed his career he found even more satisfaction in his role as husband, father to his four boys, and “Opa” to his grandchildren.

A boy at heart, he was always the instigator of games, competitions and play. He designed his yard to be his children and grandchildren’s playground where many memories were made in the sand volleyball court, basketball court, fort and “big” swing. His grandchildren love to go to “Opa’s house”. Scott enjoyed the outdoors, especially skiing and many memorable backpacking trips. He was a do-it- yourselfer and loved fixing and building things. He had a passion for yard work and gardening and found much joy in working side by side with his loving wife Connie. They are project people and always want to help others, especially their children, whether it’s with yard work, building things, painting, remodeling, moving, etc. etc. etc. They recently served an LDS Mission to San Jose, CA where they worked with young single adults in the area. They touched many lives and had a marvelous experience that helped strengthen their marriage and their testimony of eternal families. Scott also served faithfully in many other church callings and found enjoyment in reading about LDS Church History and studying gospel topics.

Scott is survived by his wife, Connie; four boys, Bryan (Susie Dickson), Billings, MT; Jared (Teresa Brown), Highlands Ranch, CO; Aaron (Stefani Harper), Fort Collins, CO; and Capt. Cory, U.S. Army (Jenna Thinnes), Landstuhl, Germany; 15 grandchildren; his mother, Shirley, Huntsville; four siblings, Kathy (Ron) Johansen serving an LDS Mission in Manchester England; Val (Tooney), Lander, WY: Rod (Teresa), Huntsville; and Brad (Cathie), Huntsville; and other special family members and friends. Scott was preceded in death by his father Jesse.

Funeral services will be held on Thursday, December 31, 2015 at 11 a.m. at the Huntsville 1st Ward Chapel, 277 South 7400 East. Friends may visit with family on Wednesday from 6 to 8 p.m. at Lindquist’s Ogden Mortuary, 3408 Washington Blvd. and Thursday from 9:30 to 10:30 a.m. at the church. Interment, Huntsville Cemetery.

In lieu of flowers, please donate to the LDS Humanitarian or Mission Fund.

For those of you who would like to participating in bringing food for the family dinner after the services, your contribution is welcome. We expect a large group and any salad, potatoes, or dessert will be greatly appreciated. If you have questions please call Gail Ahlstrom @ 801-791-0914 or Laurie Allen @ 801-745-3006. Food can be dropped off at the church kitchen at 12:00 pm. Please be sure to put your name on your dishes. Thanks in advance for your help and support. We are so fortunate to live in such a wonderful community filled with wonderful, generous residents. Thanks for all you do!


Huntsville Marathon

Huntsville Marathon

This Saturday September 26, 2015 is the Huntsville Marathon. Things kick off early as the buses depart Huntsville park at 7:45 AM to take runners up Monty for the beginning of the race at 9:00 AM. Traffic will be impacted in and around the park and at 500 E and Highway 39 as the runner cross to reenter the town. Finish is at Huntsville Park.
Come out and cheer on the runners and enjoy the great weather.

Secondary Water Schedule


If your address ends in an uneven number, ie: 1, 3, 5, 7, or 9, you water Monday, Wednesday, and Friday.
If your address ends in an even number, ie: 0, 2, 4, 6, or 8, you water Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday.
THERE WILL BE NO WATERING ON SUNDAY to allow the irrigation pond to refill.

We are hoping everyone will comply with this schedule. Also, we recommend you not use your sprinklers in the heat of the day, between 10 AM and 6 PM. Thank You. If you have any questions or concerns, feel free to call a member of Huntsville Waterworks Board;
Bill Wangsgard,
Scott Richardson,
Jack Davis,
Doug Allen.

Resident Parking

Huntsville Town Residents,
Over the past several years there has been a marked increase in the number of people accessing the lake and the beaches inside Town boundaries. These beach goers tend to park their vehicles in our residential neighborhoods. On any given weekend there will be 30 to 40 vehicles or more parked on both sides of the road at each beach access site.

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Huntsville Roads

Huntsville roads have been improved thanks to a state grant. Bad spots  along 1st street roadway have been covered with asphalt, in addition guard rails have been upgraded for the safety of drivers. The concrete road to cemetery point was roughly 80 ft long. Narrow areas have been widened by 2ft on each side of this concrete road and have been overlaid with asphalt. On July eighteenth 1st street will receive a chip seal from high way 39 to the cemetery point. Mayor Truett would like to thank Rex Harris and Max Ferre for helping Huntsville obtain the state grant. In addition to the grant the town used B&C road funds, and also used tolls received from toll collections at cemetery point marina.

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