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    Norman Wolverton, 1948 ~ 2009

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    Norman Leon Wolverton passed away Jan. 23, 2009 in St. Mary’s Hospital in Grand Junction, Colo. of cancer.

    Norman was born in Delta, Colo. in 1948. He graduated high school in Durango, Colo.

    He was preceded in death by his mother and father, Hazel and Tom Wolverton. He is survived by sister, Marion King; brother-in-law, Ronald King; nieces, Shawna and Cherry, and nephew, Lee.

    Norman loved fishing, outdoors, football, his many friends and his church family. He loved to do things for other people.

    He took pride in all he did and anyone who knew him loved him. He will be greatly missed. Norman was truly loved by so many.

    Norman worked all his life. He worked 28 years for the Department of Transportation. His supervisor and life-long friend was Lloyd McKinney.

    We want to thank Lloyd and his wife Linda for their support through Norman’s illness.

    We also thank his church family. Pastor Cole Howe, thank you for bringing him to the Lord.

    God bless you Norman, we love you and will miss you –Your family and friends.

    Any donations may be sent to Huntsman Cancer Hospital, 1950 Circle of Hope, Salt Lake City, Utah 84112 in the name of Norman Wolverton. Donations may also be sent to First Baptist Church, 356 West Kane Creek Blvd., Moab, Utah 84532.

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