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1947 Sheila 2014

Sheila Larsen

August 9, 1947 — December 20, 2014

LISTEN TO SERVICE Sheila Shiner Larsen Price: Sheila Shiner Larsen lived by the motto, "Life is good, and we're glad to be here." She was born on August 9, 1947, to Elmore David Shiner Jr. "Lem" and Wilene Bell McMullin in Price, Utah and spent the majority of her life loving and serving the people in that community. She loved Clyde, her mother, her children (Chuck, Amy, Cat, Doug), her sisters (Sharlene, Lynette), her grandkids, reading, playing golf, getting her nails and hair done, "M*A*S*H," crossword puzzles, enjoying a plate lunch at the Crest, sitting by the beach, buying purses, playing a hand of Crazy Eights with her grandkids, giving pets and pillowcases to those whose hearts were aching and souls were empty, making people laugh, buying beautiful things from Ann's Hallmark and Oliveto's, Egg McMuffins from McDonald's, good whit, America and American history, visiting historical sites, Texas fudge cake, the fact that she graduated from college and got "The Sheepskin," having a good laugh, "Buying a little happiness," Christmas tree ornaments, entertaining and loving the students at CEU, visiting with people after church, providing pink fleece blankets for the sisters in Relief Society, her Kindle, music, when her kids and grandkids were happy, going up to Wal-Mart, orange sticks, cherry chocolates, serving a beautiful meal on her china, having a clean house, her electric blanket, her Cadillac, the days when someone would pump the gas for her at Texaco, helping anyone and everyone, lime popsicles from the Milky Way, dancing, Handel's 'Messiah,' house shoes and flannel pajamas, Fox News, the cello, the First Presidency Christmas Devotional, working a puzzle, reading obituaries, her home ("I just love my place!"), family reunions, sewing with Hazel McMullin, serving in the Stake with Kay, Janet, and Donna, her sister-in-law Paula, watching the World Series, knowing that her children had faith in God, souvenirs from wherever she went, her Les Miserables and Mickey Mouse sweatshirts, quilting, taking Little Caesar's pizzas to the wave pool to eat in the shade while watching her grandkids swim, her mother's fruitcake, homemade ice cream, a trip to anywhere, Emeraude, and Jansen sweaters. She completed her life following the example of the Savior by serving a full-time mission with her husband for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in the Pahranagat Valley in Nevada. She loved those people dearly and said that had she not gone, she "would have had a hole" in her heart. She was a friend to all. After a noble and brave fight with liver disease, she was greeted by her mother and other loved ones on December 20, 2014. To celebrate her life, a viewing will be held on Monday, December 22, from 6-8 PM at the Price, Utah Stake Center (150 S. 500 E.). A second viewing will be held on Tuesday, December 23, from 11:00-12:30 at the same location with funeral services to follow at 1:00 PM. The internment will then be held at Cliffview Cemetery in Price, Utah. Thank you for loving her. She felt it and appreciated it. She will be dearly missed. Services are in the care of Fausett Mortuary. Family and friends may sign the guest book and share memories of Sheila at www.fausettmortuary.com.
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