Person:Clive Grant (1)

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Clive Parkin Grant
m. 19 Apr 1905
  1. Delsa Grant1906 - 1976
  2. Virginia Grant1908 - Bef 1993
  3. Alice Grant1910 -
  4. Clive Parkin Grant1913 - 1993
  5. Lucy Grant1922 - 1968
m. 18 Nov 1935
Facts and Events
Name[1][2] Clive Parkin Grant
Gender Male
Birth[1][2] 2 Jul 1913 Lovell, Big Horn, Wyoming
Marriage 18 Nov 1935 Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utahto Catherine Dick
Death[2] 18 Mar 1993 Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah
Burial? 22 Mar 1993 Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah
Alt Burial[2] 22 Mar 1993 Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah, in City Cemetery

Portions of the following were taken from Clive's obituary: Clive Parkin Grant was Born July 2, 1913 to Joseph Crumb Grant and Mary Jane Parkin Grant in Lovell, Wyoming. He Married Catherine Dick, November 18, 1935, in the Salt Lake LDS Temple. President Heber J. Grant officiated. Clive worked in the Baking Industry for some fourty-eight years. He served as a foreman and then a supervisor of the ZCMI Retail Bakery. He served as President of the Utah Retail Bakers Assn. He also worked in the frieght business for a number of years, as well as the SLC Fire Dept. Clive served as a bishop of the Second Ward in Liberty Stake and High Council. He served in various positions in the Valley View 7th Ward and stake. In addition to this, Clive was a member of the East Mill Creek Chapter of Sons of Utah Pioneers, serving as President and officer. When Clive died he was survived by his wife Catherine; daughter Catherine Kaye; sons Raymond Clive, Lynn Dick, and wife Kay Pedersen; seven grandchildren...;sisters Alice, Mary, & Venus. He was preceeded in death by parents and sisters Delsa, Virginia, & Lucy.

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References
  1. 1.0 1.1 Unknown author. "Family Group Sheet for Joseph Crumb Fackrell and Mary Jane Parkin". (Unpublished Family Group Sheet found in the Fackrell Family Organization archives in June 2001. Due to the physical condition of the found copy it was destroyed after all information thereon was transferred to a computer genealogy program.).
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 Unspecified provider(s) of information. "Obituary of Clive Parkin Grant". (March 1993, Salt Lake City, Utah (unspecified newspaper of publication)).