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Paice LaTrisha Louise Hustone 1966-2015
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Peck Jerry Glen 1933-2016
Peck Twila Gagon 1905-2010
Penland Lincoln Ty 2013-2014
Penrod Julie Ann Hutchins 1980-2016
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Peterson Joyce Olschewski 1942-2015
Peterson Rick Stuart 1960-2016
Peterson Rodney "Pete" 1925-2014
Petty Richard Owen 1942-2015
Phillips Craig Alan 1958-2016
Pierce Virgil Caleb 1935-2016
Pinegar Ruth Richardson 1929-2015
Poll Judith Ferrin Montgomeery 1939-2017
Poll LeRoy H (Roy) 1923-2016
Pont William Frank 1928-2011
Prather Inez Taylor 1924-2015
Price Connie Hokanson 1930-2017
Price Glade S. 1928-2014
Prince Ronald Leo 1933-2015
Pyper Blanche Ethel Taalbot 1934-2015
LaTrisha Louise Hustone Paice
1966 - 2015

LaTrisha Louise Huston Paice — our mother, daughter, wife and faithful friend — passed away during a trip to visit her children in Cedar City, Utah. Though years of chronic health issues had grown increasingly painful and confusing, her loving spirit and profound empathy never failed.

Trish was born February 11, 1966, to Lois Holmes Huston and Laurence Huston in Ogden. Through her childhood, she lived in Idaho, Colorado and California before coming to Kaysville, Utah, where she went to school and graduated from Davis High in 1984. She married Martin W. Romero in 1986 and had two children. Though they later divorced, the shared goal of watching their children grow linked them in friendship.

Trish married David W. Paice in 1996, merging their two families into one. She loved Dave's daughter as her own, and together they were blessed with another daughter. Trish and Dave met working at H&R Block, where she learned how to prepare income taxes and was promoted to office manager. They later opened their own business, Paice Tax & Accounting, and settled in Hooper where Trish loved getting to know her neighbors, watching the animals in the pasture, and sitting on the deck where she could see beautiful sunsets to the west and Ben Lomond Peak to the east.

Everyone knew that Trish's greatest joy in life was her children. She supported their unique interests and shared their accomplishments with everyone she could. She was a loving wife and a proud grandmother with a quiet and steadfast testimony of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. She loved smiling, teasing, listening to Bon Jovi, and cheering for the New York Yankees.

Trish is survived by her parents, her in-laws, her husband, and her children, as well as three grandchildren, her brother, two special cousins who she loved like sisters, numerous other cousins, nieces, nephews and friends; and her cat, Kiki. She is preceded in death by her grandparents, Orville and Leila Holmes, and Floyd and Louise Huston; and a sister, Sharla Rae Huston.

Funeral services Saturday, November 7, 2015 at the Hooper Park Ward meetinghouse, 5601 South 6100 West, starting at 11a.m. A viewing Friday, November 6 from 6 to 8 p.m. at Lindquist's Roy Mortuary, 3333 West 5600 South, and Saturday prior to the service at the church from 9:30 to 10:30 a.m.

Interment, West Point Cemetery.


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