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Cherie Lindsay Lish peacefully passed away in the early morning hours on June 11, 2018. Cherie was born in Ogden, Utah September 12, 1941 to Fredrick William and Vivian Maxine (Davies) Lindsay.  Cherie was the third of 5 girls and 4 boys, 9 total loving,...

[gallery ids="362,361" type="rectangular"] Jack Monson Jensen died at his Salt Lake City home on May 18, 2018, surrounded by what was most important to him, his family. Born either October 14 or 15, 1925 in Mt. Pleasant, Utah, he was the son of Harold G and...

Margaret Susan Thomason Willis Sharp Hurley, our dear mother, has passed. We loved and respected her immensly. She loved and cared for us unfailingly. We will miss her terribly. Susan was exceptionally independent and responsible, a very hard worker and she used her creativity to find...

Please join us for the celebration of Jay Shields and the reunion of Jay and DeEtte together again on Saturday, May 19th from 4:00 to 6:00 p.m. at Sugarhouse Park at Hidden Grove Pavilion at 1330 East 2100 South, Salt Lake City, Utah....

We have advisors for everything from birthing midwives to financial planners, we even have life coaches to give us advice on how to best live our daily lives. So, it makes sense that we should also have an end-of-life planner. Death is almost always the...

Sacrifice is not a word you use when someone you love dies. You don’t want to sacrifice quality, service or facilities. It is hard enough to know that this person you knew and loved is no longer there in the flesh. You will never get...

You have received news that someone has died. Maybe it was someone you knew personally, or even a relative of a friend whom you may have never met. Either way, most of the time, we don’t know what to say to the grieving, especially if...

Amazing city views, imported marble, and Tiffany stained glass windows. These are just a few of the elements you will be surrounded by when choosing City View Mortuary for your loved one’s funeral. Located in the historic Avenues, City View is not only a mortuary,...

Did you know that City View Mortuary was built in 1929, first named Salt Lake Mausoleum? It was constructed by Cecil Bryan, he built over 100 mausoleums during his lifetime and the architect of this astounding building was the nationally known Clarence Jay. Nestled in...

Frank Scott, age 86, died on April 1, 2018 in Salt Lake City, Utah. He was born August 2, 1931 in Norfolk, Virginia to Clarence Franklin Scott, Sr. and Elizabeth Marie Henderson. He married Betty Powell on March 8, 1961. Frank served in the United States...