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Wilford Zaugg

August 29, 1914 ~ May 9, 2017 (age 102)
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A BASKET GARDEN was ordered on May 14, 2017

Message from Leon and Bonnie Voorhies
May 14, 2017 7:29 PM

So sorry for your loss. Leon and I both remember going to the farm for our milk. Sure miss that delicious milk.
Message from kevin gore
May 14, 2017 10:42 PM

I am so sorry for your loss I met your a couple of times he was a very kind person heaven has gained a great person
Message from Bethany (Howell) LaDuke
May 15, 2017 4:28 PM

You are in my thoughts and prayers. I remember going to the dairy as a child to get milk.
Message from RJ & Liz Mendenhall
May 16, 2017 1:37 PM

What wonderful memories we have of Wilford. A great example to everyone that new him. We will miss him terribly! What an unshakable testimony of the Savior!

May God bless your family with the knowledge of the great plan of salvation and the knowledge you will see him again.
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A SPATHIPHYLLUM was sent on May 16, 2017

May Cherished Memories bring you moments of Comfort. We cherish the memories of a loving neighbor. Sincerely The LaThaire and ValJean Nielsen Family: Suzanne Nielsen Fisher, Loralee Nielsen Darley, and Julie Nielsen Quispe.

Message from Mike and Shirley Shannon
May 16, 2017 7:21 PM

Mike and I are so glad that we got to know Wilford and Elva even though it was for a short time.
Our condolences to each member of their family and to our sweet Zaugg Grandchildren we give our love.
Sincerely and always....
Message from Lorraine Zaugg Archibald
May 16, 2017 9:41 PM

Wilford was one of many Zaugg cousins who were dear to our parents, especially my dad Eldon Zaugg. We had the opportunity to visit Wilford and Elva over my late teen to adult life. I fondly remember the bag of walnuts the gave to me when they came to visit us when I was visiting in Utah with my sister Carolyn Perkins. They were so delicious. I extend my love to all the family. Lorraine
Message from Jill Flint Bott
May 17, 2017 9:31 AM

The Jeff and Patty Flint family would like thank you and your parents, Wilford and Elva for the wonderful legacy that you and they have created. The memories that have been made in our family because of your family-your parents, you as children and especially the grandchildren are unforgettable and will always be cherished. We would like to thank you for sharing your families with our family. We know there was a very sweet and happy reunion in heaven when Wiford and Elva were reunited. May that spirit of sweet comfort be with all of you at this time. Much love, comfort and thankfulness to all the Zaugg family.
Love,
The Jeff and Patty Flint family
Tammy Poll, Todd Flint, Meredith Taggart, Jill Bott and Jared Flint
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A FEATHERY PALM PLANT was ordered on May 17, 2017

Message from Karen Stratton
May 17, 2017 1:52 PM

So sorry to hear of the passing of Wilford. But I am glad he is with Elva and other family members again. They were such a special couple. Ha is a very talented man. I was in a melodrama with Wilford. Such fun. I have enjoyed visiting with him at the senior luncheons. My thought and prayers are with you at this sad time.
Message from Kent T. Richeson
May 18, 2017 8:22 AM

Uncle Wilford was my at Elva's husband but just uncle Wilford to all of us. Such fond memories of visiting the farm in the summertime. He was one of the most loving and wonderful men I ever knew and I will miss him. Love you Uncle Wilford.
Message from Peggy Millgate Mathis
May 18, 2017 10:37 AM

Great man, love him...great family, love them all
Message from Marty and Camille Fisher
May 21, 2017 9:04 AM

Just wanted to send our condolences on the passing of Wilford. What a wonderful man he was. He always treated me/us with the greatest amount of respect. In fact, your whole family did also. I appreciated the Zaugg family, one of the truly stalwart families in all of West Point. I can remember when I was younger, walking from our house about a mile away, to the Zaugg dairy with 2 one gallon metal milk cans, having Wilford fill them up, and walking back home. My mom would skim the cream off the top to make whipping cream, and occasionally butter. Thank you for the great memories. We pass along our love, respect, and appreciation to each of you. My apologies for not attending the services, we were helping our son move and were unable to break away.
Sincerely,
Marty and Camille Fisher
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