Ogden, Utah-Rebecca “Becky” Lee Green Done, 37, returned home in honor to our Heavenly Father on Thursday, October 7, 2021.
Becky was born in Ogden, Utah on December 17, 1983 to William Clair Green and Debra Lynn Walker Green. Becky was the fourth of six children.
Becky attended Fremont High School in Plain City and later Weber State University in Ogden and Dixie State University in St. George, Utah where she excelled in her studies and learning. Becky was blessed with many talents and abilities and put them to good use as she worked for many years in St. George for Republic Services and later for Sabic in Salt Lake City as a Sales Representative. Becky held several church callings during her life including primary teacher which was one of her most favorite callings.
Becky married the love of her life, Thomas Andrew Done, for all time and eternity in the Salt Lake City, Utah LDS Temple on December 12, 2009. Becky and Tom were blessed with two children that they love dearly, Madison Faith Done and Thomas Alexander Done. Becky delighted in being a wife and mother and thoroughly enjoyed her beloved family.
Becky had a special connection to all children including her own as they were drawn to her loving, joyful presence that attracted them to her. Becky had a special bond with her two children and never let a day go by without telling them that she loved them. Halloween was particularly joyful time for Becky as a mother as she created amazing costumes for her children and husband. Becky had a special talent for photography and was very skilled at capturing precious moments in images that showed the beauty and splendor of life.
Becky courageously battled Stage IV breast and brain cancer and later Coronavirus 19. Becky was diagnosed with breast cancer while pregnant with her second child and persevered through many difficult surgeries and treatments for nearly three years to prolong her life and be here for her husband and children. Becky always held strong to her faith in The Lord and his plan, never wavering in her resolve to fight as hard as she could and live every day to the fullest. Even in the darkest hours of her illness and trials Becky praised God and professed her love and belief in him. Becky didn’t lose her battle; she finished her mission and is returning home with great honor. “I have fought a good fight, I have finished my course, I have kept the faith.” -2nd Timothy 4:7.
Becky had a sweet, loving, kind, and gentle personality. Becky always put others needs before her own and could often be found making deliveries of food, clothing, and blankets to the homeless shelters and those in the most need. Becky taught by example and gave tremendous hope and respect to everyone she met while showing the pure love of Christ to all her brothers and sisters on Earth.
Becky is survived by her husband, Thomas Done and her children Madison Faith Done and Thomas Alexander Done. Becky is also survived by her mother, Debbie Green (St. George, UT), Jennifer Green (Roy, UT), Stephanie Brown (Nate, Medford, OR), MaryAnn Flink (Matt, Syracuse, UT), and Billy Green (Savanna, Coconut Creek, FL).
Becky was proceeded in death by her Father Bill, her Grandparents Bonnie and William Green and Ellen and Lee Walker as well as her Aunt Kathleen Tuveson, and little sister Racheal Green.
Funeral Services will be held at the Heritage Park LDS Ward, 250 North 1500 West Marriott/Slaterville, Utah on Thursday, October 14, 2021 at 11 a.m. Friends may visit with family on Wednesday, October 13, 2021 from 6 to 8 p.m. at Lindquist's Ogden Mortuary, 3408 Washington Blvd, and on Thursday from 9:30 to 10:30 a.m. at the church. Interment, Ogden City Cemetery at 1875 Monroe Blvd., Ogden, Utah.
The family would like to sincerely thank the doctors and nursing staff at Ogden Regional Hospital, the ICU department, and the countless other medical professionals over the years for the compassionate and loving care that they gave Becky. The family would also like to humbly thank all the friends, family, and Ward members for the tremendous outpouring of love and support during the most trying times of Becky’s life in the last few years.
Services may be available to view via zoom using the link below.