Paul F. Mabee

M, #32581, b. 18 July 1940, d. 23 April 2011
Father*Wilmot Downing Mabee1 b. 15 Nov 1901, d. 17 Oct 1947
Mother*Margaret Moburg1 b. c 1911
Birth*18 July 1940 Paul F. Mabee was born on 18 July 1940 at Des Moines, Iowa.1 
Death*23 April 2011 He died on 23 April 2011 at Story City, Story County, Iowa, at age 70.1 
oObit*24 April 2011  On 24 April 2011 at Ames, Story County, Iowa, Paul's obituary read: Paul F. Mabee, 70, of Story City, died April 23, 2011, at Bethany Manor in Story City. Memorial services will be at 1:30 p.m. on Monday, April 25, at Immanuel Lutheran Church in Story City. Burial will be at a later date in Story City Municipal Cemetery. The family will receive friends one hour prior to the service at the church.
Paul was born on July 18, 1940, in Des Moines, to Wilmott and Margaret (Moburg) Mabee. He grew up in Gowrie and graduated from Gowrie High School in 1958. He attended Linotype School in Charles City.
He married Carolyn Johnson on July 7, 1959. They have four children, Mark (Michele) Mabee, Marty Mabee, Melissa (Scott) Swanson and Marcia Mabee; and three grandchildren, Morgan Swanson, Matt Swanson and Mason Mabee. Paul and Carolyn lived most of their married life in Story City, more than 45 years in the same home.
He was preceded in death by his mother, Margaret Van Fleet; his father, Wilmott Mabee; his stepfather, Rex Van Fleet; one granddaughter Ashley Mabee; and his dog, Abby.2 

Family

Carolyn A. Johnson

Citations

  1. [S2] Social SecurityDeath Index, online http://ssdi.genealogy.rootsweb.com/, and United States Obituary Collection, Published: in The Ames [Iowa]Tribune, April 24, 2011.
  2. [S1] Ancestry.com, United States Obituary Collection, Published: in The Ames [Iowa]Tribune, April 24, 2011.

Mary Randall

F, #32590, b. 21 August 1920, d. 26 May 2010
Married Name Her married name was Mabie.1 
Birth*21 August 1920 Mary Randall was born on 21 August 1920, daughter of Ernest E. Randall and Gladys L. Wood.2 
Marriage*19 August 1950 She married Ralph Lawrence Mabie, son of Ralph Tyler Mabie and Edna Belle Lockwood, on 19 August 1950.1 
Death*26 May 2010 Mary Randall died on 26 May 2010 at Penfield, Monroe County, New York, at age 89.2 

Family

Ralph Lawrence Mabie b. 23 Jan 1920, d. 5 Apr 2011

Citations

  1. [S192] Information taken from the Internet by John MayBee #8 : Website of the Clinton Courier, Clinton, New York; e-mail address.
  2. [S2] Social SecurityDeath Index, online http://ssdi.genealogy.rootsweb.com/

Douglas Rogerson Mabey

M, #32591, b. 26 May 1922, d. 8 April 2006
Father*Harry Edward Mabey1 b. 3 Jan 1893, d. 13 Aug 1983
Mother*Laurett Rogerson1 b. 6 Dec 1896, d. 8 Jan 1981
Birth*26 May 1922 Douglas Rogerson Mabey was born on 26 May 1922 at Salt Lake City, Utah.1 
(Witness) Census11 April 1930 Douglas Rogerson Mabey appeared on the census of 11 April 1930 in the household of Harry Edward Mabey and Laurett Rogerson at 527 South 4th Street East, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake County, Utah,
; Harry Mabey, Head, M, W, 37, M, age at first marriage 27, Utah, England, California, Carpenter, House
Laurett Mabey, Wife, F, W, 33, M, age at first marriage 22, Utah, Utah, Utah
Edward L Mabey, Son, M, W, 9, S, attended school, Utah, Utah, Utah
Douglas R Mabey, Son, M, W, 7, S, attended school, Utah, Utah, Utah
Donald H Mabey, Son, M, W, 7, S, attended school, Utah, Utah, Utah
Grant Mabey, Son, M, W, 2 4/12, S, Utah, Utah, Utah.2 
(Witness) Census15 April 1940 Douglas Rogerson Mabey appeared on the census of 15 April 1940 in the household of Harry Edward Mabey and Laurett Rogerson at 552 Greenlawn Place, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake County, Utah,
; Harry E Mabey, Head, M, W, 47, M, completed 8 years school, born in Utah, Carpenter, Contractor, wages earned in 1939 - $1650 for 45 weeks
Laurette Mabey, Wife, F, W, 43, M, completed 3 years high school, born in Utah
Leo Mabey, Son, M, W, 19, S, attended school, completed 3 years college, born in Utah
Douglas Mabey, Son, M, W, 17, S, completed 3 years high school, born in Utah
Donald Mabey, Son, M, W, 17, S, completed 3 years high school, born in Utah
Grant Mabey, Son, M, W, 12, S, attended school, completed 6 years school, born in Utah.3 
Marriage*20 June 1946 Douglas Rogerson Mabey married Myra Madsen on 20 June 1946 at LDS Temple, Salt Lake City, Utah.4 
Death*8 April 2006 Douglas Rogerson Mabey died on 8 April 2006 at Salt Lake City, Utah, at age 83.5 
oObit*10 April 2006  On 10 April 2006 at Salt Lake City, Utah, Douglas's obituary read: Douglas R Mabey Man of integrity and unconditional love A noble man of integrity and unconditional love left peacefully from this existence surrounded by his large family that he loved beyond measure. Our beloved husband, father, grandfather, great grandfather and brother gently returned home to be united with his daughter, parents and other family members April 8, 2006. Doug was born May 26, 1922 with his twin brother in Salt Lake City, Utah to Harry E. Mabey and Laurette Rogerson. After attending Purdue University and Brigham Young University he graduated in 1950 from the University of Utah with an MBA and a degree in mechanical engineering. He served his country honorably during World War II as a Naval fighter pilot. After returning to Salt Lake City, he met while they were both attending BYU, and married his sweetheart and best friend Myra Madsen Mabey on June 20, 1946 in the Salt Lake Temple. He began his professional career as an engineer at Kennecott Utah Copper Division. Doug had a dynamic and successful 27 years of supervising complex engineering projects and became a senior executive with Kennecott. Instead of retiring, he built a successful real estate portfolio, along with extensive holdings in the telecommunications industry throughout the United States. Doug was passionate about the Boy Scouts of America. He designed and supervised the construction of the East Fork of the Bear Boy Scout Camp. He was awarded the Silver Beaver Award for his extensive service to the Boy Scouts. Doug has been a devoted member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Later-day Saints serving in many positions including high councils, bishoprics, high priest group leader and was dedicated to teaching gospel principles. His greatest loves were his family and traveling the world with them. He was preceded in death by his father and mother; sister, Lavon; brother, Leo; infant daughter, Maryanne; and grandson, Thomas Lund. He leaves behind his sweetheart, best friend and eternal companion, Myra (Peg); and his most cherished treasures his children, Steven Mabey, Susan Storheim, James (Taresa) Mabey, Mark (Wendy) Mabey, Dr. Brent (Mary) Mabey, Bruce (Christi) Mabey, Lisa (Robert) Burton and Robert (Lisa) Mabey. He is also survived by his twin brother, Don; and youngest brother, Grant. He leaves behind his precious 28 grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren. Funeral services will be held Wednesday, April 12, 1:00 p.m. at Mt. Olympus Sixth Ward Chapel at 4407 S. Fortuna (3695 E.) The family will receive friends Tuesday, April 11, 2006 from 6 to 8 p.m. at Wasatch Lawn Mortuary, 3401 S. Highland Drive, and at the ward from 11:30 a.m. to 12:45 p.m. prior to the service. Graveside services will follow at Wasatch Lawn Memorial Park. Doug was a great friend and loving husband, father, grandfather and great grandfather supporting all the families' needs and activities. He was a man of dignity, honor and quiet compassion. His passing leaves a monumental hole in our lives. We will remember him forever.4 
Burial* He and Myra Madsen were buried at Wasatch Lawn Memorial Park, Salt Lake City, Utah. Inscription "Mabey; Myra Madsen; Dec. 20, 1925; Apr. 17, 2006; Mother; Married June 20, 1946; Douglas R.May 26, 1922; Apr. 8, 2006; Father."6 

Family

Myra Madsen b. 20 Dec 1925, d. 17 Apr 2006
Children

Citations

  1. [S1] Ancestry.com, Utah, Military Records, 1861-1970.
  2. [S303] 1930 United States Census, online ancestry.com, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah, Roll 2420, Pages 12B&13A, ED 91, Images 799&800.
  3. [S458] 1940 United States Census, online ancestry.com, Salt Lake, Salt Lake, Utah, Roll T627-4226, Page 5A, ED 30-104A.
  4. [S192] Information taken from the Internet by John MayBee #8 : http://www.deseretnews.com/article/1051990/…; Deseret News, Salt Lake City, Monday, April 10 2006.
  5. [S2] Social SecurityDeath Index, online http://ssdi.genealogy.rootsweb.com/
  6. [S382] Find A Grave, online http://www.findagrave.com/, Find A Grave Memorials 76371728 & 76371671.
  7. [S1] Ancestry.com, Salt Lake County, Utah, Death Records, 1908-1949.
  8. [S1] Ancestry.com, United States Obituary Collection, Published in Deseret News, Newspaper, Salt Lake City, Utah, 5 Feb 2011 of Robert Andrew Mabey.

Myra Madsen1

F, #32592, b. 20 December 1925, d. 17 April 2006
Nickname  Myra Madsen also went by the name of Peggy. 
Married Name Her married name was Mabey.2 
Birth*20 December 1925 She was born on 20 December 1925 at Murray, Salt Lake County, Utah, daughter of Elmer L Madsen and Sarah E Ellsworth.3 
Marriage*20 June 1946 She married Douglas Rogerson Mabey, son of Harry Edward Mabey and Laurett Rogerson, on 20 June 1946 at LDS Temple, Salt Lake City, Utah.4 
(Witness) oObit10 April 2006 Myra Madsen was mentioned in the obituary of Douglas Rogerson Mabey on 10 April 2006 at Salt Lake City, Utah; Douglas R Mabey Man of integrity and unconditional love A noble man of integrity and unconditional love left peacefully from this existence surrounded by his large family that he loved beyond measure. Our beloved husband, father, grandfather, great grandfather and brother gently returned home to be united with his daughter, parents and other family members April 8, 2006. Doug was born May 26, 1922 with his twin brother in Salt Lake City, Utah to Harry E. Mabey and Laurette Rogerson. After attending Purdue University and Brigham Young University he graduated in 1950 from the University of Utah with an MBA and a degree in mechanical engineering. He served his country honorably during World War II as a Naval fighter pilot. After returning to Salt Lake City, he met while they were both attending BYU, and married his sweetheart and best friend Myra Madsen Mabey on June 20, 1946 in the Salt Lake Temple. He began his professional career as an engineer at Kennecott Utah Copper Division. Doug had a dynamic and successful 27 years of supervising complex engineering projects and became a senior executive with Kennecott. Instead of retiring, he built a successful real estate portfolio, along with extensive holdings in the telecommunications industry throughout the United States. Doug was passionate about the Boy Scouts of America. He designed and supervised the construction of the East Fork of the Bear Boy Scout Camp. He was awarded the Silver Beaver Award for his extensive service to the Boy Scouts. Doug has been a devoted member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Later-day Saints serving in many positions including high councils, bishoprics, high priest group leader and was dedicated to teaching gospel principles. His greatest loves were his family and traveling the world with them. He was preceded in death by his father and mother; sister, Lavon; brother, Leo; infant daughter, Maryanne; and grandson, Thomas Lund. He leaves behind his sweetheart, best friend and eternal companion, Myra (Peg); and his most cherished treasures his children, Steven Mabey, Susan Storheim, James (Taresa) Mabey, Mark (Wendy) Mabey, Dr. Brent (Mary) Mabey, Bruce (Christi) Mabey, Lisa (Robert) Burton and Robert (Lisa) Mabey. He is also survived by his twin brother, Don; and youngest brother, Grant. He leaves behind his precious 28 grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren. Funeral services will be held Wednesday, April 12, 1:00 p.m. at Mt. Olympus Sixth Ward Chapel at 4407 S. Fortuna (3695 E.) The family will receive friends Tuesday, April 11, 2006 from 6 to 8 p.m. at Wasatch Lawn Mortuary, 3401 S. Highland Drive, and at the ward from 11:30 a.m. to 12:45 p.m. prior to the service. Graveside services will follow at Wasatch Lawn Memorial Park. Doug was a great friend and loving husband, father, grandfather and great grandfather supporting all the families' needs and activities. He was a man of dignity, honor and quiet compassion. His passing leaves a monumental hole in our lives. We will remember him forever.4 
Death*17 April 2006 Myra Madsen died on 17 April 2006 at Salt Lake City, Utah, at age 80.1 
Burial* She and Douglas Rogerson Mabey were buried at Wasatch Lawn Memorial Park, Salt Lake City, Utah. Inscription "Mabey; Myra Madsen; Dec. 20, 1925; Apr. 17, 2006; Mother; Married June 20, 1946; Douglas R.May 26, 1922; Apr. 8, 2006; Father."5 

Family

Douglas Rogerson Mabey b. 26 May 1922, d. 8 Apr 2006
Children

Citations

  1. [S2] Social SecurityDeath Index, online http://ssdi.genealogy.rootsweb.com/
  2. [S1] Ancestry.com, United States Obituary Collection, Published in Deseret News, Newspaper, Salt Lake City, Utah, 5 Feb 2011.
  3. [S2] Social SecurityDeath Index, online http://ssdi.genealogy.rootsweb.com/, and U.S., Social Security Applications and Claims Index, 1936-2007.
  4. [S192] Information taken from the Internet by John MayBee #8 : http://www.deseretnews.com/article/1051990/…; Deseret News, Salt Lake City, Monday, April 10 2006.
  5. [S382] Find A Grave, online http://www.findagrave.com/, Find A Grave Memorials 76371728 & 76371671.
  6. [S1] Ancestry.com, Salt Lake County, Utah, Death Records, 1908-1949.
  7. [S1] Ancestry.com, United States Obituary Collection, Published in Deseret News, Newspaper, Salt Lake City, Utah, 5 Feb 2011 of Robert Andrew Mabey.

Robert Andrew Mabey

M, #32593, b. 7 January 1963, d. 1 February 2011
Father*Douglas Rogerson Mabey1 b. 26 May 1922, d. 8 Apr 2006
Mother*Myra Madsen1 b. 20 Dec 1925, d. 17 Apr 2006
Birth*7 January 1963 Robert Andrew Mabey was born on 7 January 1963 at Salt Lake City, Utah.1 
(Witness) oObit10 April 2006 He was mentioned in the obituary of Douglas Rogerson Mabey on 10 April 2006 at Salt Lake City, Utah; Douglas R Mabey Man of integrity and unconditional love A noble man of integrity and unconditional love left peacefully from this existence surrounded by his large family that he loved beyond measure. Our beloved husband, father, grandfather, great grandfather and brother gently returned home to be united with his daughter, parents and other family members April 8, 2006. Doug was born May 26, 1922 with his twin brother in Salt Lake City, Utah to Harry E. Mabey and Laurette Rogerson. After attending Purdue University and Brigham Young University he graduated in 1950 from the University of Utah with an MBA and a degree in mechanical engineering. He served his country honorably during World War II as a Naval fighter pilot. After returning to Salt Lake City, he met while they were both attending BYU, and married his sweetheart and best friend Myra Madsen Mabey on June 20, 1946 in the Salt Lake Temple. He began his professional career as an engineer at Kennecott Utah Copper Division. Doug had a dynamic and successful 27 years of supervising complex engineering projects and became a senior executive with Kennecott. Instead of retiring, he built a successful real estate portfolio, along with extensive holdings in the telecommunications industry throughout the United States. Doug was passionate about the Boy Scouts of America. He designed and supervised the construction of the East Fork of the Bear Boy Scout Camp. He was awarded the Silver Beaver Award for his extensive service to the Boy Scouts. Doug has been a devoted member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Later-day Saints serving in many positions including high councils, bishoprics, high priest group leader and was dedicated to teaching gospel principles. His greatest loves were his family and traveling the world with them. He was preceded in death by his father and mother; sister, Lavon; brother, Leo; infant daughter, Maryanne; and grandson, Thomas Lund. He leaves behind his sweetheart, best friend and eternal companion, Myra (Peg); and his most cherished treasures his children, Steven Mabey, Susan Storheim, James (Taresa) Mabey, Mark (Wendy) Mabey, Dr. Brent (Mary) Mabey, Bruce (Christi) Mabey, Lisa (Robert) Burton and Robert (Lisa) Mabey. He is also survived by his twin brother, Don; and youngest brother, Grant. He leaves behind his precious 28 grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren. Funeral services will be held Wednesday, April 12, 1:00 p.m. at Mt. Olympus Sixth Ward Chapel at 4407 S. Fortuna (3695 E.) The family will receive friends Tuesday, April 11, 2006 from 6 to 8 p.m. at Wasatch Lawn Mortuary, 3401 S. Highland Drive, and at the ward from 11:30 a.m. to 12:45 p.m. prior to the service. Graveside services will follow at Wasatch Lawn Memorial Park. Doug was a great friend and loving husband, father, grandfather and great grandfather supporting all the families' needs and activities. He was a man of dignity, honor and quiet compassion. His passing leaves a monumental hole in our lives. We will remember him forever.2 
Death*1 February 2011 Robert Andrew Mabey died on 1 February 2011 at Salt Lake City, Utah, at age 48.1 
oObit*5 February 2011  On 5 February 2011 at Salt Lake City, Utah, Robert's obituary read: Robert Andrew Mabey 1963-2011 Our sweet Rob passed early on the morning of February 1, 2011 tragically and unexpectedly from medical complications. Rob is deeply loved and will be greatly missed by his huge family, many friends and business associates from around the world. Rob was an Eagle Scout. He began high school at Olympus, later moved and graduated from East High School. He graduated from the University of Utah with a Degree in Business and served an honorable LDS mission in South Carolina. Rob burst into this world on January 7, 1963, weighing 11 lbs. 7 oz. He was the youngest son of Douglas R. and Myra Madsen Mabey. Rob loved to travel. He had a special place in his heart for Jackson Hole, Wyoming and Newport Beach, California. His favorite hobby was to search for rare collectibles. But his greatest passion was his family. He treasured and enjoyed each and every relationship! Rob holds a special place in each of our hearts. He gave all he had to anyone who needed his help, and even when he didn't have it to give, he helped anyway. Until we meet again, we love you! He is survived by his wife, Lisa Dierks Mabey, children, Matthew (Rebecca), Megan and Morgan; step-daughter, Alex Dierks, brothers and sisters who adored him, Steven D. Mabey, Susan M. Storheim, James M. Mabey (Theresa), Mark M. Mabey (Wendy), Brent E. Mabey (Mary), Bruce J. Mabey (Christi) and Lisa M. Burton (Robert); many nieces and nephews that he loved and spoiled; numerous aunts, uncles and cousins; former wife, Susan Zobell Mabey. Preceded in the next life by his beloved mother and father, Myra M. Mabey and Douglas R. Mabey, sister, Maryanne Mabey and nephew, Thomas R. Lund. Services will be held at 12:00 noon on Monday, February 7, 2011 in the LDS Ward Chapel at 2522 E. 6710 South, Cottonwood Heights, UT. Family and friends may call Monday morning from 10:30-11:45 a.m. His last resting place will be Wasatch Lawn Memorial Park.3 
Burial He was buried at Wasatch Lawn Memorial Park, Salt Lake City, Utah.4 

Family 1

Susan Kathleen Zobell

Family 2

Lisa Dierks

Citations

  1. [S1] Ancestry.com, United States Obituary Collection, Published in Deseret News, Newspaper, Salt Lake City, Utah, 5 Feb 2011 of Robert Andrew Mabey.
  2. [S192] Information taken from the Internet by John MayBee #8 : http://www.deseretnews.com/article/1051990/…; Deseret News, Salt Lake City, Monday, April 10 2006.
  3. [S1] Ancestry.com, United States Obituary Collection, Published in Deseret News, Newspaper, Salt Lake City, Utah, 5 Feb 2011.
  4. [S382] Find A Grave, online http://www.findagrave.com/, Find A Grave Memorial# 65194248.

Steven Douglas Mabey

M, #32594, b. 17 February 1949, d. 5 October 2013
Father*Douglas Rogerson Mabey1 b. 26 May 1922, d. 8 Apr 2006
Mother*Myra Madsen1 b. 20 Dec 1925, d. 17 Apr 2006
Birth*17 February 1949 Steven Douglas Mabey was born on 17 February 1949 at Salt Lake City, Utah.2 
(Witness) oObit10 April 2006 He was mentioned in the obituary of Douglas Rogerson Mabey on 10 April 2006 at Salt Lake City, Utah; Douglas R Mabey Man of integrity and unconditional love A noble man of integrity and unconditional love left peacefully from this existence surrounded by his large family that he loved beyond measure. Our beloved husband, father, grandfather, great grandfather and brother gently returned home to be united with his daughter, parents and other family members April 8, 2006. Doug was born May 26, 1922 with his twin brother in Salt Lake City, Utah to Harry E. Mabey and Laurette Rogerson. After attending Purdue University and Brigham Young University he graduated in 1950 from the University of Utah with an MBA and a degree in mechanical engineering. He served his country honorably during World War II as a Naval fighter pilot. After returning to Salt Lake City, he met while they were both attending BYU, and married his sweetheart and best friend Myra Madsen Mabey on June 20, 1946 in the Salt Lake Temple. He began his professional career as an engineer at Kennecott Utah Copper Division. Doug had a dynamic and successful 27 years of supervising complex engineering projects and became a senior executive with Kennecott. Instead of retiring, he built a successful real estate portfolio, along with extensive holdings in the telecommunications industry throughout the United States. Doug was passionate about the Boy Scouts of America. He designed and supervised the construction of the East Fork of the Bear Boy Scout Camp. He was awarded the Silver Beaver Award for his extensive service to the Boy Scouts. Doug has been a devoted member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Later-day Saints serving in many positions including high councils, bishoprics, high priest group leader and was dedicated to teaching gospel principles. His greatest loves were his family and traveling the world with them. He was preceded in death by his father and mother; sister, Lavon; brother, Leo; infant daughter, Maryanne; and grandson, Thomas Lund. He leaves behind his sweetheart, best friend and eternal companion, Myra (Peg); and his most cherished treasures his children, Steven Mabey, Susan Storheim, James (Taresa) Mabey, Mark (Wendy) Mabey, Dr. Brent (Mary) Mabey, Bruce (Christi) Mabey, Lisa (Robert) Burton and Robert (Lisa) Mabey. He is also survived by his twin brother, Don; and youngest brother, Grant. He leaves behind his precious 28 grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren. Funeral services will be held Wednesday, April 12, 1:00 p.m. at Mt. Olympus Sixth Ward Chapel at 4407 S. Fortuna (3695 E.) The family will receive friends Tuesday, April 11, 2006 from 6 to 8 p.m. at Wasatch Lawn Mortuary, 3401 S. Highland Drive, and at the ward from 11:30 a.m. to 12:45 p.m. prior to the service. Graveside services will follow at Wasatch Lawn Memorial Park. Doug was a great friend and loving husband, father, grandfather and great grandfather supporting all the families' needs and activities. He was a man of dignity, honor and quiet compassion. His passing leaves a monumental hole in our lives. We will remember him forever.3 
(Witness) oObit5 February 2011 Steven Douglas Mabey was mentioned in the obituary of Robert Andrew Mabey on 5 February 2011 at Salt Lake City, Utah; Robert Andrew Mabey 1963-2011 Our sweet Rob passed early on the morning of February 1, 2011 tragically and unexpectedly from medical complications. Rob is deeply loved and will be greatly missed by his huge family, many friends and business associates from around the world. Rob was an Eagle Scout. He began high school at Olympus, later moved and graduated from East High School. He graduated from the University of Utah with a Degree in Business and served an honorable LDS mission in South Carolina. Rob burst into this world on January 7, 1963, weighing 11 lbs. 7 oz. He was the youngest son of Douglas R. and Myra Madsen Mabey. Rob loved to travel. He had a special place in his heart for Jackson Hole, Wyoming and Newport Beach, California. His favorite hobby was to search for rare collectibles. But his greatest passion was his family. He treasured and enjoyed each and every relationship! Rob holds a special place in each of our hearts. He gave all he had to anyone who needed his help, and even when he didn't have it to give, he helped anyway. Until we meet again, we love you! He is survived by his wife, Lisa Dierks Mabey, children, Matthew (Rebecca), Megan and Morgan; step-daughter, Alex Dierks, brothers and sisters who adored him, Steven D. Mabey, Susan M. Storheim, James M. Mabey (Theresa), Mark M. Mabey (Wendy), Brent E. Mabey (Mary), Bruce J. Mabey (Christi) and Lisa M. Burton (Robert); many nieces and nephews that he loved and spoiled; numerous aunts, uncles and cousins; former wife, Susan Zobell Mabey. Preceded in the next life by his beloved mother and father, Myra M. Mabey and Douglas R. Mabey, sister, Maryanne Mabey and nephew, Thomas R. Lund. Services will be held at 12:00 noon on Monday, February 7, 2011 in the LDS Ward Chapel at 2522 E. 6710 South, Cottonwood Heights, UT. Family and friends may call Monday morning from 10:30-11:45 a.m. His last resting place will be Wasatch Lawn Memorial Park.4 
Death*5 October 2013 Steven Douglas Mabey died on 5 October 2013 at age 64.5 
Burial* He was buried at Wasatch Lawn Memorial Park, Salt Lake City, Utah.5 

Citations

  1. [S1] Ancestry.com, United States Obituary Collection, Published in Deseret News, Newspaper, Salt Lake City, Utah, 5 Feb 2011 of Robert Andrew Mabey.
  2. [S1] Ancestry.com, U.S. Public Records Index, Volume 1.
  3. [S192] Information taken from the Internet by John MayBee #8 : http://www.deseretnews.com/article/1051990/…; Deseret News, Salt Lake City, Monday, April 10 2006.
  4. [S1] Ancestry.com, United States Obituary Collection, Published in Deseret News, Newspaper, Salt Lake City, Utah, 5 Feb 2011.
  5. [S382] Find A Grave, online http://www.findagrave.com/, Find A Grave Memorial# 144811348.

Mark M. Mabey

M, #32595, b. 2 July 1954
Father*Douglas Rogerson Mabey1 b. 26 May 1922, d. 8 Apr 2006
Mother*Myra Madsen1 b. 20 Dec 1925, d. 17 Apr 2006
Birth*2 July 1954 Mark M. Mabey was born on 2 July 1954 at Salt Lake City, Utah.2 
(Witness) oObit10 April 2006 He was mentioned in the obituary of Douglas Rogerson Mabey on 10 April 2006 at Salt Lake City, Utah; Douglas R Mabey Man of integrity and unconditional love A noble man of integrity and unconditional love left peacefully from this existence surrounded by his large family that he loved beyond measure. Our beloved husband, father, grandfather, great grandfather and brother gently returned home to be united with his daughter, parents and other family members April 8, 2006. Doug was born May 26, 1922 with his twin brother in Salt Lake City, Utah to Harry E. Mabey and Laurette Rogerson. After attending Purdue University and Brigham Young University he graduated in 1950 from the University of Utah with an MBA and a degree in mechanical engineering. He served his country honorably during World War II as a Naval fighter pilot. After returning to Salt Lake City, he met while they were both attending BYU, and married his sweetheart and best friend Myra Madsen Mabey on June 20, 1946 in the Salt Lake Temple. He began his professional career as an engineer at Kennecott Utah Copper Division. Doug had a dynamic and successful 27 years of supervising complex engineering projects and became a senior executive with Kennecott. Instead of retiring, he built a successful real estate portfolio, along with extensive holdings in the telecommunications industry throughout the United States. Doug was passionate about the Boy Scouts of America. He designed and supervised the construction of the East Fork of the Bear Boy Scout Camp. He was awarded the Silver Beaver Award for his extensive service to the Boy Scouts. Doug has been a devoted member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Later-day Saints serving in many positions including high councils, bishoprics, high priest group leader and was dedicated to teaching gospel principles. His greatest loves were his family and traveling the world with them. He was preceded in death by his father and mother; sister, Lavon; brother, Leo; infant daughter, Maryanne; and grandson, Thomas Lund. He leaves behind his sweetheart, best friend and eternal companion, Myra (Peg); and his most cherished treasures his children, Steven Mabey, Susan Storheim, James (Taresa) Mabey, Mark (Wendy) Mabey, Dr. Brent (Mary) Mabey, Bruce (Christi) Mabey, Lisa (Robert) Burton and Robert (Lisa) Mabey. He is also survived by his twin brother, Don; and youngest brother, Grant. He leaves behind his precious 28 grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren. Funeral services will be held Wednesday, April 12, 1:00 p.m. at Mt. Olympus Sixth Ward Chapel at 4407 S. Fortuna (3695 E.) The family will receive friends Tuesday, April 11, 2006 from 6 to 8 p.m. at Wasatch Lawn Mortuary, 3401 S. Highland Drive, and at the ward from 11:30 a.m. to 12:45 p.m. prior to the service. Graveside services will follow at Wasatch Lawn Memorial Park. Doug was a great friend and loving husband, father, grandfather and great grandfather supporting all the families' needs and activities. He was a man of dignity, honor and quiet compassion. His passing leaves a monumental hole in our lives. We will remember him forever.3 
(Witness) oObit5 February 2011 Mark M. Mabey was mentioned in the obituary of Robert Andrew Mabey on 5 February 2011 at Salt Lake City, Utah; Robert Andrew Mabey 1963-2011 Our sweet Rob passed early on the morning of February 1, 2011 tragically and unexpectedly from medical complications. Rob is deeply loved and will be greatly missed by his huge family, many friends and business associates from around the world. Rob was an Eagle Scout. He began high school at Olympus, later moved and graduated from East High School. He graduated from the University of Utah with a Degree in Business and served an honorable LDS mission in South Carolina. Rob burst into this world on January 7, 1963, weighing 11 lbs. 7 oz. He was the youngest son of Douglas R. and Myra Madsen Mabey. Rob loved to travel. He had a special place in his heart for Jackson Hole, Wyoming and Newport Beach, California. His favorite hobby was to search for rare collectibles. But his greatest passion was his family. He treasured and enjoyed each and every relationship! Rob holds a special place in each of our hearts. He gave all he had to anyone who needed his help, and even when he didn't have it to give, he helped anyway. Until we meet again, we love you! He is survived by his wife, Lisa Dierks Mabey, children, Matthew (Rebecca), Megan and Morgan; step-daughter, Alex Dierks, brothers and sisters who adored him, Steven D. Mabey, Susan M. Storheim, James M. Mabey (Theresa), Mark M. Mabey (Wendy), Brent E. Mabey (Mary), Bruce J. Mabey (Christi) and Lisa M. Burton (Robert); many nieces and nephews that he loved and spoiled; numerous aunts, uncles and cousins; former wife, Susan Zobell Mabey. Preceded in the next life by his beloved mother and father, Myra M. Mabey and Douglas R. Mabey, sister, Maryanne Mabey and nephew, Thomas R. Lund. Services will be held at 12:00 noon on Monday, February 7, 2011 in the LDS Ward Chapel at 2522 E. 6710 South, Cottonwood Heights, UT. Family and friends may call Monday morning from 10:30-11:45 a.m. His last resting place will be Wasatch Lawn Memorial Park.4 

Citations

  1. [S1] Ancestry.com, United States Obituary Collection, Published in Deseret News, Newspaper, Salt Lake City, Utah, 5 Feb 2011 of Robert Andrew Mabey.
  2. [S1] Ancestry.com, U.S. Public Records Index, Volume 1.
  3. [S192] Information taken from the Internet by John MayBee #8 : http://www.deseretnews.com/article/1051990/…; Deseret News, Salt Lake City, Monday, April 10 2006.
  4. [S1] Ancestry.com, United States Obituary Collection, Published in Deseret News, Newspaper, Salt Lake City, Utah, 5 Feb 2011.

Brent E. Mabey

M, #32596, b. 1 July 1956
Father*Douglas Rogerson Mabey1 b. 26 May 1922, d. 8 Apr 2006
Mother*Myra Madsen1 b. 20 Dec 1925, d. 17 Apr 2006
Birth*1 July 1956 Brent E. Mabey was born on 1 July 1956 at Salt Lake City, Utah.2 
(Witness) oObit10 April 2006 He was mentioned in the obituary of Douglas Rogerson Mabey on 10 April 2006 at Salt Lake City, Utah; Douglas R Mabey Man of integrity and unconditional love A noble man of integrity and unconditional love left peacefully from this existence surrounded by his large family that he loved beyond measure. Our beloved husband, father, grandfather, great grandfather and brother gently returned home to be united with his daughter, parents and other family members April 8, 2006. Doug was born May 26, 1922 with his twin brother in Salt Lake City, Utah to Harry E. Mabey and Laurette Rogerson. After attending Purdue University and Brigham Young University he graduated in 1950 from the University of Utah with an MBA and a degree in mechanical engineering. He served his country honorably during World War II as a Naval fighter pilot. After returning to Salt Lake City, he met while they were both attending BYU, and married his sweetheart and best friend Myra Madsen Mabey on June 20, 1946 in the Salt Lake Temple. He began his professional career as an engineer at Kennecott Utah Copper Division. Doug had a dynamic and successful 27 years of supervising complex engineering projects and became a senior executive with Kennecott. Instead of retiring, he built a successful real estate portfolio, along with extensive holdings in the telecommunications industry throughout the United States. Doug was passionate about the Boy Scouts of America. He designed and supervised the construction of the East Fork of the Bear Boy Scout Camp. He was awarded the Silver Beaver Award for his extensive service to the Boy Scouts. Doug has been a devoted member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Later-day Saints serving in many positions including high councils, bishoprics, high priest group leader and was dedicated to teaching gospel principles. His greatest loves were his family and traveling the world with them. He was preceded in death by his father and mother; sister, Lavon; brother, Leo; infant daughter, Maryanne; and grandson, Thomas Lund. He leaves behind his sweetheart, best friend and eternal companion, Myra (Peg); and his most cherished treasures his children, Steven Mabey, Susan Storheim, James (Taresa) Mabey, Mark (Wendy) Mabey, Dr. Brent (Mary) Mabey, Bruce (Christi) Mabey, Lisa (Robert) Burton and Robert (Lisa) Mabey. He is also survived by his twin brother, Don; and youngest brother, Grant. He leaves behind his precious 28 grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren. Funeral services will be held Wednesday, April 12, 1:00 p.m. at Mt. Olympus Sixth Ward Chapel at 4407 S. Fortuna (3695 E.) The family will receive friends Tuesday, April 11, 2006 from 6 to 8 p.m. at Wasatch Lawn Mortuary, 3401 S. Highland Drive, and at the ward from 11:30 a.m. to 12:45 p.m. prior to the service. Graveside services will follow at Wasatch Lawn Memorial Park. Doug was a great friend and loving husband, father, grandfather and great grandfather supporting all the families' needs and activities. He was a man of dignity, honor and quiet compassion. His passing leaves a monumental hole in our lives. We will remember him forever.3 
(Witness) oObit5 February 2011 Brent E. Mabey was mentioned in the obituary of Robert Andrew Mabey on 5 February 2011 at Salt Lake City, Utah; Robert Andrew Mabey 1963-2011 Our sweet Rob passed early on the morning of February 1, 2011 tragically and unexpectedly from medical complications. Rob is deeply loved and will be greatly missed by his huge family, many friends and business associates from around the world. Rob was an Eagle Scout. He began high school at Olympus, later moved and graduated from East High School. He graduated from the University of Utah with a Degree in Business and served an honorable LDS mission in South Carolina. Rob burst into this world on January 7, 1963, weighing 11 lbs. 7 oz. He was the youngest son of Douglas R. and Myra Madsen Mabey. Rob loved to travel. He had a special place in his heart for Jackson Hole, Wyoming and Newport Beach, California. His favorite hobby was to search for rare collectibles. But his greatest passion was his family. He treasured and enjoyed each and every relationship! Rob holds a special place in each of our hearts. He gave all he had to anyone who needed his help, and even when he didn't have it to give, he helped anyway. Until we meet again, we love you! He is survived by his wife, Lisa Dierks Mabey, children, Matthew (Rebecca), Megan and Morgan; step-daughter, Alex Dierks, brothers and sisters who adored him, Steven D. Mabey, Susan M. Storheim, James M. Mabey (Theresa), Mark M. Mabey (Wendy), Brent E. Mabey (Mary), Bruce J. Mabey (Christi) and Lisa M. Burton (Robert); many nieces and nephews that he loved and spoiled; numerous aunts, uncles and cousins; former wife, Susan Zobell Mabey. Preceded in the next life by his beloved mother and father, Myra M. Mabey and Douglas R. Mabey, sister, Maryanne Mabey and nephew, Thomas R. Lund. Services will be held at 12:00 noon on Monday, February 7, 2011 in the LDS Ward Chapel at 2522 E. 6710 South, Cottonwood Heights, UT. Family and friends may call Monday morning from 10:30-11:45 a.m. His last resting place will be Wasatch Lawn Memorial Park.4 

Citations

  1. [S1] Ancestry.com, United States Obituary Collection, Published in Deseret News, Newspaper, Salt Lake City, Utah, 5 Feb 2011 of Robert Andrew Mabey.
  2. [S1] Ancestry.com, U.S. Public Records Index, Volume 1.
  3. [S192] Information taken from the Internet by John MayBee #8 : http://www.deseretnews.com/article/1051990/…; Deseret News, Salt Lake City, Monday, April 10 2006.
  4. [S1] Ancestry.com, United States Obituary Collection, Published in Deseret News, Newspaper, Salt Lake City, Utah, 5 Feb 2011.

Bruce J. Mabey

M, #32597, b. 13 November 1957
Father*Douglas Rogerson Mabey1 b. 26 May 1922, d. 8 Apr 2006
Mother*Myra Madsen1 b. 20 Dec 1925, d. 17 Apr 2006
Birth*13 November 1957 Bruce J. Mabey was born on 13 November 1957 at Salt Lake City, Utah.2 
(Witness) oObit10 April 2006 He was mentioned in the obituary of Douglas Rogerson Mabey on 10 April 2006 at Salt Lake City, Utah; Douglas R Mabey Man of integrity and unconditional love A noble man of integrity and unconditional love left peacefully from this existence surrounded by his large family that he loved beyond measure. Our beloved husband, father, grandfather, great grandfather and brother gently returned home to be united with his daughter, parents and other family members April 8, 2006. Doug was born May 26, 1922 with his twin brother in Salt Lake City, Utah to Harry E. Mabey and Laurette Rogerson. After attending Purdue University and Brigham Young University he graduated in 1950 from the University of Utah with an MBA and a degree in mechanical engineering. He served his country honorably during World War II as a Naval fighter pilot. After returning to Salt Lake City, he met while they were both attending BYU, and married his sweetheart and best friend Myra Madsen Mabey on June 20, 1946 in the Salt Lake Temple. He began his professional career as an engineer at Kennecott Utah Copper Division. Doug had a dynamic and successful 27 years of supervising complex engineering projects and became a senior executive with Kennecott. Instead of retiring, he built a successful real estate portfolio, along with extensive holdings in the telecommunications industry throughout the United States. Doug was passionate about the Boy Scouts of America. He designed and supervised the construction of the East Fork of the Bear Boy Scout Camp. He was awarded the Silver Beaver Award for his extensive service to the Boy Scouts. Doug has been a devoted member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Later-day Saints serving in many positions including high councils, bishoprics, high priest group leader and was dedicated to teaching gospel principles. His greatest loves were his family and traveling the world with them. He was preceded in death by his father and mother; sister, Lavon; brother, Leo; infant daughter, Maryanne; and grandson, Thomas Lund. He leaves behind his sweetheart, best friend and eternal companion, Myra (Peg); and his most cherished treasures his children, Steven Mabey, Susan Storheim, James (Taresa) Mabey, Mark (Wendy) Mabey, Dr. Brent (Mary) Mabey, Bruce (Christi) Mabey, Lisa (Robert) Burton and Robert (Lisa) Mabey. He is also survived by his twin brother, Don; and youngest brother, Grant. He leaves behind his precious 28 grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren. Funeral services will be held Wednesday, April 12, 1:00 p.m. at Mt. Olympus Sixth Ward Chapel at 4407 S. Fortuna (3695 E.) The family will receive friends Tuesday, April 11, 2006 from 6 to 8 p.m. at Wasatch Lawn Mortuary, 3401 S. Highland Drive, and at the ward from 11:30 a.m. to 12:45 p.m. prior to the service. Graveside services will follow at Wasatch Lawn Memorial Park. Doug was a great friend and loving husband, father, grandfather and great grandfather supporting all the families' needs and activities. He was a man of dignity, honor and quiet compassion. His passing leaves a monumental hole in our lives. We will remember him forever.3 
(Witness) oObit5 February 2011 Bruce J. Mabey was mentioned in the obituary of Robert Andrew Mabey on 5 February 2011 at Salt Lake City, Utah; Robert Andrew Mabey 1963-2011 Our sweet Rob passed early on the morning of February 1, 2011 tragically and unexpectedly from medical complications. Rob is deeply loved and will be greatly missed by his huge family, many friends and business associates from around the world. Rob was an Eagle Scout. He began high school at Olympus, later moved and graduated from East High School. He graduated from the University of Utah with a Degree in Business and served an honorable LDS mission in South Carolina. Rob burst into this world on January 7, 1963, weighing 11 lbs. 7 oz. He was the youngest son of Douglas R. and Myra Madsen Mabey. Rob loved to travel. He had a special place in his heart for Jackson Hole, Wyoming and Newport Beach, California. His favorite hobby was to search for rare collectibles. But his greatest passion was his family. He treasured and enjoyed each and every relationship! Rob holds a special place in each of our hearts. He gave all he had to anyone who needed his help, and even when he didn't have it to give, he helped anyway. Until we meet again, we love you! He is survived by his wife, Lisa Dierks Mabey, children, Matthew (Rebecca), Megan and Morgan; step-daughter, Alex Dierks, brothers and sisters who adored him, Steven D. Mabey, Susan M. Storheim, James M. Mabey (Theresa), Mark M. Mabey (Wendy), Brent E. Mabey (Mary), Bruce J. Mabey (Christi) and Lisa M. Burton (Robert); many nieces and nephews that he loved and spoiled; numerous aunts, uncles and cousins; former wife, Susan Zobell Mabey. Preceded in the next life by his beloved mother and father, Myra M. Mabey and Douglas R. Mabey, sister, Maryanne Mabey and nephew, Thomas R. Lund. Services will be held at 12:00 noon on Monday, February 7, 2011 in the LDS Ward Chapel at 2522 E. 6710 South, Cottonwood Heights, UT. Family and friends may call Monday morning from 10:30-11:45 a.m. His last resting place will be Wasatch Lawn Memorial Park.4 

Citations

  1. [S1] Ancestry.com, United States Obituary Collection, Published in Deseret News, Newspaper, Salt Lake City, Utah, 5 Feb 2011 of Robert Andrew Mabey.
  2. [S1] Ancestry.com, U.S. Public Records Index, Volume 1.
  3. [S192] Information taken from the Internet by John MayBee #8 : http://www.deseretnews.com/article/1051990/…; Deseret News, Salt Lake City, Monday, April 10 2006.
  4. [S1] Ancestry.com, United States Obituary Collection, Published in Deseret News, Newspaper, Salt Lake City, Utah, 5 Feb 2011.

Susan Myra Mabey1

F, #32598, b. 7 June 1950
Father*Douglas Rogerson Mabey2 b. 26 May 1922, d. 8 Apr 2006
Mother*Myra Madsen2 b. 20 Dec 1925, d. 17 Apr 2006
Married Name Her married name was Storheim.1 
Married Name Her married name was Everett, married James Edward Everett on 22 Apr 1970 in Salt Lake County - later divorced.1 
Birth*7 June 1950 Susan Myra Mabey was born on 7 June 1950 at Salt Lake City, Utah.3 
(Witness) oObit10 April 2006 She was mentioned in the obituary of Douglas Rogerson Mabey on 10 April 2006 at Salt Lake City, Utah; Douglas R Mabey Man of integrity and unconditional love A noble man of integrity and unconditional love left peacefully from this existence surrounded by his large family that he loved beyond measure. Our beloved husband, father, grandfather, great grandfather and brother gently returned home to be united with his daughter, parents and other family members April 8, 2006. Doug was born May 26, 1922 with his twin brother in Salt Lake City, Utah to Harry E. Mabey and Laurette Rogerson. After attending Purdue University and Brigham Young University he graduated in 1950 from the University of Utah with an MBA and a degree in mechanical engineering. He served his country honorably during World War II as a Naval fighter pilot. After returning to Salt Lake City, he met while they were both attending BYU, and married his sweetheart and best friend Myra Madsen Mabey on June 20, 1946 in the Salt Lake Temple. He began his professional career as an engineer at Kennecott Utah Copper Division. Doug had a dynamic and successful 27 years of supervising complex engineering projects and became a senior executive with Kennecott. Instead of retiring, he built a successful real estate portfolio, along with extensive holdings in the telecommunications industry throughout the United States. Doug was passionate about the Boy Scouts of America. He designed and supervised the construction of the East Fork of the Bear Boy Scout Camp. He was awarded the Silver Beaver Award for his extensive service to the Boy Scouts. Doug has been a devoted member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Later-day Saints serving in many positions including high councils, bishoprics, high priest group leader and was dedicated to teaching gospel principles. His greatest loves were his family and traveling the world with them. He was preceded in death by his father and mother; sister, Lavon; brother, Leo; infant daughter, Maryanne; and grandson, Thomas Lund. He leaves behind his sweetheart, best friend and eternal companion, Myra (Peg); and his most cherished treasures his children, Steven Mabey, Susan Storheim, James (Taresa) Mabey, Mark (Wendy) Mabey, Dr. Brent (Mary) Mabey, Bruce (Christi) Mabey, Lisa (Robert) Burton and Robert (Lisa) Mabey. He is also survived by his twin brother, Don; and youngest brother, Grant. He leaves behind his precious 28 grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren. Funeral services will be held Wednesday, April 12, 1:00 p.m. at Mt. Olympus Sixth Ward Chapel at 4407 S. Fortuna (3695 E.) The family will receive friends Tuesday, April 11, 2006 from 6 to 8 p.m. at Wasatch Lawn Mortuary, 3401 S. Highland Drive, and at the ward from 11:30 a.m. to 12:45 p.m. prior to the service. Graveside services will follow at Wasatch Lawn Memorial Park. Doug was a great friend and loving husband, father, grandfather and great grandfather supporting all the families' needs and activities. He was a man of dignity, honor and quiet compassion. His passing leaves a monumental hole in our lives. We will remember him forever.4 
(Witness) oObit5 February 2011 Susan Myra Mabey was mentioned in the obituary of Robert Andrew Mabey on 5 February 2011 at Salt Lake City, Utah; Robert Andrew Mabey 1963-2011 Our sweet Rob passed early on the morning of February 1, 2011 tragically and unexpectedly from medical complications. Rob is deeply loved and will be greatly missed by his huge family, many friends and business associates from around the world. Rob was an Eagle Scout. He began high school at Olympus, later moved and graduated from East High School. He graduated from the University of Utah with a Degree in Business and served an honorable LDS mission in South Carolina. Rob burst into this world on January 7, 1963, weighing 11 lbs. 7 oz. He was the youngest son of Douglas R. and Myra Madsen Mabey. Rob loved to travel. He had a special place in his heart for Jackson Hole, Wyoming and Newport Beach, California. His favorite hobby was to search for rare collectibles. But his greatest passion was his family. He treasured and enjoyed each and every relationship! Rob holds a special place in each of our hearts. He gave all he had to anyone who needed his help, and even when he didn't have it to give, he helped anyway. Until we meet again, we love you! He is survived by his wife, Lisa Dierks Mabey, children, Matthew (Rebecca), Megan and Morgan; step-daughter, Alex Dierks, brothers and sisters who adored him, Steven D. Mabey, Susan M. Storheim, James M. Mabey (Theresa), Mark M. Mabey (Wendy), Brent E. Mabey (Mary), Bruce J. Mabey (Christi) and Lisa M. Burton (Robert); many nieces and nephews that he loved and spoiled; numerous aunts, uncles and cousins; former wife, Susan Zobell Mabey. Preceded in the next life by his beloved mother and father, Myra M. Mabey and Douglas R. Mabey, sister, Maryanne Mabey and nephew, Thomas R. Lund. Services will be held at 12:00 noon on Monday, February 7, 2011 in the LDS Ward Chapel at 2522 E. 6710 South, Cottonwood Heights, UT. Family and friends may call Monday morning from 10:30-11:45 a.m. His last resting place will be Wasatch Lawn Memorial Park.5 

Family

John Engh Storheim

Citations

  1. [S1] Ancestry.com, Utah, Select Marriage Index, 1887-1985.
  2. [S1] Ancestry.com, United States Obituary Collection, Published in Deseret News, Newspaper, Salt Lake City, Utah, 5 Feb 2011 of Robert Andrew Mabey.
  3. [S1] Ancestry.com, U.S. Public Records Index, Volume 1.
  4. [S192] Information taken from the Internet by John MayBee #8 : http://www.deseretnews.com/article/1051990/…; Deseret News, Salt Lake City, Monday, April 10 2006.
  5. [S1] Ancestry.com, United States Obituary Collection, Published in Deseret News, Newspaper, Salt Lake City, Utah, 5 Feb 2011.

Lisa M. Mabey

F, #32599, b. circa 1960
Father*Douglas Rogerson Mabey1 b. 26 May 1922, d. 8 Apr 2006
Mother*Myra Madsen1 b. 20 Dec 1925, d. 17 Apr 2006
Married Name Her married name was Burton. 
Birth*circa 1960 Lisa M. Mabey was born circa 1960 at Salt Lake City, Utah.1 
(Witness) oObit10 April 2006 She was mentioned in the obituary of Douglas Rogerson Mabey on 10 April 2006 at Salt Lake City, Utah; Douglas R Mabey Man of integrity and unconditional love A noble man of integrity and unconditional love left peacefully from this existence surrounded by his large family that he loved beyond measure. Our beloved husband, father, grandfather, great grandfather and brother gently returned home to be united with his daughter, parents and other family members April 8, 2006. Doug was born May 26, 1922 with his twin brother in Salt Lake City, Utah to Harry E. Mabey and Laurette Rogerson. After attending Purdue University and Brigham Young University he graduated in 1950 from the University of Utah with an MBA and a degree in mechanical engineering. He served his country honorably during World War II as a Naval fighter pilot. After returning to Salt Lake City, he met while they were both attending BYU, and married his sweetheart and best friend Myra Madsen Mabey on June 20, 1946 in the Salt Lake Temple. He began his professional career as an engineer at Kennecott Utah Copper Division. Doug had a dynamic and successful 27 years of supervising complex engineering projects and became a senior executive with Kennecott. Instead of retiring, he built a successful real estate portfolio, along with extensive holdings in the telecommunications industry throughout the United States. Doug was passionate about the Boy Scouts of America. He designed and supervised the construction of the East Fork of the Bear Boy Scout Camp. He was awarded the Silver Beaver Award for his extensive service to the Boy Scouts. Doug has been a devoted member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Later-day Saints serving in many positions including high councils, bishoprics, high priest group leader and was dedicated to teaching gospel principles. His greatest loves were his family and traveling the world with them. He was preceded in death by his father and mother; sister, Lavon; brother, Leo; infant daughter, Maryanne; and grandson, Thomas Lund. He leaves behind his sweetheart, best friend and eternal companion, Myra (Peg); and his most cherished treasures his children, Steven Mabey, Susan Storheim, James (Taresa) Mabey, Mark (Wendy) Mabey, Dr. Brent (Mary) Mabey, Bruce (Christi) Mabey, Lisa (Robert) Burton and Robert (Lisa) Mabey. He is also survived by his twin brother, Don; and youngest brother, Grant. He leaves behind his precious 28 grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren. Funeral services will be held Wednesday, April 12, 1:00 p.m. at Mt. Olympus Sixth Ward Chapel at 4407 S. Fortuna (3695 E.) The family will receive friends Tuesday, April 11, 2006 from 6 to 8 p.m. at Wasatch Lawn Mortuary, 3401 S. Highland Drive, and at the ward from 11:30 a.m. to 12:45 p.m. prior to the service. Graveside services will follow at Wasatch Lawn Memorial Park. Doug was a great friend and loving husband, father, grandfather and great grandfather supporting all the families' needs and activities. He was a man of dignity, honor and quiet compassion. His passing leaves a monumental hole in our lives. We will remember him forever.2 
(Witness) oObit5 February 2011 Lisa M. Mabey was mentioned in the obituary of Robert Andrew Mabey on 5 February 2011 at Salt Lake City, Utah; Robert Andrew Mabey 1963-2011 Our sweet Rob passed early on the morning of February 1, 2011 tragically and unexpectedly from medical complications. Rob is deeply loved and will be greatly missed by his huge family, many friends and business associates from around the world. Rob was an Eagle Scout. He began high school at Olympus, later moved and graduated from East High School. He graduated from the University of Utah with a Degree in Business and served an honorable LDS mission in South Carolina. Rob burst into this world on January 7, 1963, weighing 11 lbs. 7 oz. He was the youngest son of Douglas R. and Myra Madsen Mabey. Rob loved to travel. He had a special place in his heart for Jackson Hole, Wyoming and Newport Beach, California. His favorite hobby was to search for rare collectibles. But his greatest passion was his family. He treasured and enjoyed each and every relationship! Rob holds a special place in each of our hearts. He gave all he had to anyone who needed his help, and even when he didn't have it to give, he helped anyway. Until we meet again, we love you! He is survived by his wife, Lisa Dierks Mabey, children, Matthew (Rebecca), Megan and Morgan; step-daughter, Alex Dierks, brothers and sisters who adored him, Steven D. Mabey, Susan M. Storheim, James M. Mabey (Theresa), Mark M. Mabey (Wendy), Brent E. Mabey (Mary), Bruce J. Mabey (Christi) and Lisa M. Burton (Robert); many nieces and nephews that he loved and spoiled; numerous aunts, uncles and cousins; former wife, Susan Zobell Mabey. Preceded in the next life by his beloved mother and father, Myra M. Mabey and Douglas R. Mabey, sister, Maryanne Mabey and nephew, Thomas R. Lund. Services will be held at 12:00 noon on Monday, February 7, 2011 in the LDS Ward Chapel at 2522 E. 6710 South, Cottonwood Heights, UT. Family and friends may call Monday morning from 10:30-11:45 a.m. His last resting place will be Wasatch Lawn Memorial Park.3 

Citations

  1. [S1] Ancestry.com, United States Obituary Collection, Published in Deseret News, Newspaper, Salt Lake City, Utah, 5 Feb 2011 of Robert Andrew Mabey.
  2. [S192] Information taken from the Internet by John MayBee #8 : http://www.deseretnews.com/article/1051990/…; Deseret News, Salt Lake City, Monday, April 10 2006.
  3. [S1] Ancestry.com, United States Obituary Collection, Published in Deseret News, Newspaper, Salt Lake City, Utah, 5 Feb 2011.

Ida Mae Talmadge1

F, #32605, b. 19 February 1920, d. 13 November 2004
Father*Thomas Talmadge2 b. 15 Feb 1883, d. 1943
Mother*Lillian Adeline Utter2 b. 23 Jan 1890, d. Mar 1978
Married Name Her married name was Mabee.3 
Birth*19 February 1920 Ida Mae Talmadge was born on 19 February 1920 at West Milford, Passaic County, New Jersey.4 
Marriage*May 1950 She married Arthur William Mabee, son of Robert Eden Mabee Jr and Maude R. Decker, in May 1950 at Sparta Township, Sussex County, New Jersey.5 
(Mentioned) oObit18 August 1993 Ida Mae Talmadge was mentioned in the obituary of Arthur William Mabee on 18 August 1993 at Morris County, New Jersey; Arthur W Mabee died yesterday at the Veterans Administration Hospital in East Orange. He was 76.
He was born in Warwick, NY, and lived in Newton before moving to Sparta in 1953.
Mr Mabee was a machine operator at Hamm's Sanitation, retiring in 1980. Previously he worked at P Kelly Inc in Sparta for 10 years and Arthur D Crane Co in Lake Shawnee for 23 years.
He was a Navy veteran of World War II.
Survivors include his wife Ida Mae; two sons, Arthur Jr of Montague and Robert of White Rock NY; two daughters, Rebecca Pease of Dover and Marjorie Conklin of Sparta; two brothers, Frederick of Sparta and Lawrence of Mount Ponoco, Pa; five sisters, Nora Cooper, Dorothy Talmage and Marguerita Draughton all of Sparta, Evelyn Cancelliere of Lake Hopatcong, and Mary Goble of Florida; 13 grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren.
Arrangements are by Gobel Funeral Home, Sparta.6 
Death*13 November 2004 Ida Mae Talmadge died on 13 November 2004 at Lyndhurst, Bergen County, New Jersey, at age 84.7 
Burial* She and Arthur William Mabee were buried at Sparta Presbyterian Church Cemetery, Sparta, Sussex County, New Jersey. Inscription "Arthur W Mabee Sr; S2 US Navy; World War II; Oct 4 1916 † Aug 17 1993
Ida Mae Mabee; Feb 19 1920."8,9 

Family

Arthur William Mabee b. 4 Oct 1916, d. 17 Aug 1993
Child

Citations

  1. [S1] Ancestry.com, U.S., Social Security Applications and Claims Index, 1936-2007.
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Robert E. Mabee

M, #32606, b. 4 February 1958, d. 12 March 2011
Father*Arthur William Mabee1 b. 4 Oct 1916, d. 17 Aug 1993
Mother*Ida Mae Talmadge1 b. 19 Feb 1920, d. 13 Nov 2004
Birth*4 February 1958 Robert E. Mabee was born on 4 February 1958 at Denville, Morris County, New Jersey.1 
(Mentioned) oObit18 August 1993 He was mentioned in the obituary of Arthur William Mabee on 18 August 1993 at Morris County, New Jersey; Arthur W Mabee died yesterday at the Veterans Administration Hospital in East Orange. He was 76.
He was born in Warwick, NY, and lived in Newton before moving to Sparta in 1953.
Mr Mabee was a machine operator at Hamm's Sanitation, retiring in 1980. Previously he worked at P Kelly Inc in Sparta for 10 years and Arthur D Crane Co in Lake Shawnee for 23 years.
He was a Navy veteran of World War II.
Survivors include his wife Ida Mae; two sons, Arthur Jr of Montague and Robert of White Rock NY; two daughters, Rebecca Pease of Dover and Marjorie Conklin of Sparta; two brothers, Frederick of Sparta and Lawrence of Mount Ponoco, Pa; five sisters, Nora Cooper, Dorothy Talmage and Marguerita Draughton all of Sparta, Evelyn Cancelliere of Lake Hopatcong, and Mary Goble of Florida; 13 grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren.
Arrangements are by Gobel Funeral Home, Sparta.2 
Death*12 March 2011 Robert E. Mabee died on 12 March 2011 at East Bangor, Northhampton County, Pennsylvania, at age 53.1,3 
oObit*15 March 2011  On 15 March 2011 at Hunterdon County, New Jersey, Robert's obituary read: Robert Mabee, age 53 of East Bangor, PA, died Saturday, March 12, 2011 suddenly at his home. Born in Denville, NJ, he was the son of the late Arthur and Ida Mabee. He was raised by the late Robert and Ruth Shotwell. Bob grew up in Chester and lived in Long Valley before moving to Bangor, PA, 15 years ago. He was an automobile mechanic for Good Year Tires in Long Valley for 15 years before joining STS Tires in Flemington where he worked for 12 years. Bob was predeceased by his stepsister, Sandy. He is survived by his good friend and companion, Joan Spencer of Bangor, his brother, Arthur and sisters, Margie and Rebecca. He is also survived by his stepsister, Rosie, his stepsons, Daniel, Robert and Barry and his grandchildren, Matthew, Amanda and Cassandra. A visitation was held on Tuesday, March 15, 2011 from 1:00 to 2:00 PM. At the Kearns Funeral Home, 103 Old Highway, Whitehouse. Cremation will be private. A memorial service will be held at a later date.4 

Citations

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  3. [S2] Social SecurityDeath Index, online http://ssdi.genealogy.rootsweb.com/
  4. [S1] Ancestry.com, U.S. Cemetery and Funeral Home Collection, Hunterdon County Democrat, Published: Tuesday, March 15, 2011.