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    John Howard Lillibridge, 1940 ~ 2012

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    The Lord must have needed a door or some cabinets hung because he called John Howard Lillibridge home on Feb. 14, 2012. He passed with great grace and support, surrounded by his family.

    He fought a hard battle with mesothelioma and lung cancer due to his passion for carpentry and perfection. His suffering is over.

    John was born March 22, 1940. He loved Moab and was loved by almost all he came in contact with. He loved to work with his hands and mostly with wood.

    John crafted many wonderful homes in our valley, as well as businesses and designer cabinets. Along the way, he made sculptures and walking canes.

    He was always one for a good joke… if you had one he had yet to hear! He had the ability to bring a smile to a sad face and a laugh to a sad heart!

    He is survived by his wife, Jeri; his daughters, Lori Ann, Lenora Fay, Barbra, Dorathy, Brandy and her husband Ammon; as well as his son, Erin. He is also survived by his sisters, Jacky, Alice and Linda; and two brothers, Bob and Bill.

    We will always remember your wonderful presence, comedy and love. Please rest in peace, Daddy. You will be missed.

    The family would like to thank Dr. Munger and his staff. Special thanks to the wonderful people of hospice.

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