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Obituary for Edna Garner

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Edna Garner

October 7, 1918 - December 7, 2016

Edna Garner

October 7, 1918 ~ December 7, 2016

Edna Garner, 98, passed away December 7, 2016.  She was born October 7, 1918 to Edward Patzer and Eva Bender in Harvey, North Dakota.

Edna moved to Hamilton, Montana at the age of 16.  She lived and worked there until 1950.  She then moved to Idaho Falls, Idaho where she met and married Marion Garner.  From this union came one daughter, Saundra Lee.  Saundra worked at Hill Field for 331/2 years.  She passed away March 23, 2002 due to cancer and diabetes.

Edna had three awesome grandchildren, Elayne, David and Aaron, four great-grandchildren, Claire, Jack, Kael and Groechel whom she loved and enjoyed very much.  She loved Elayne and Dave, and David all who did so many things for her.  They cooked and cleaned and took her to the doctor whenever she had to go.

She loved to sew, knit and crochet and loved playing Pinochle.

Per Edna’s request, there will be no services.

Arrangements under the direction of Leavitt’s Mortuary, 836 36th Street, Ogden, Utah.

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Born: October 7, 1918
Died: December 7, 2016

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Dianna George Gerhardt posted on 12/13/16

David Iam so sorry for the loss of your grandma. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your familt during this time and always. I admire you for being there for her and being a great caregiver. Take Care! She lived along life and I'm sure it was a good life. May PEACE surround you during this time!


Deanna posted on 12/13/16

Sorry for you loss Dave . Oxox


Deanna posted on 12/13/16

Sorry for your loss as Dave.


Bill, Sue and Mark posted on 12/13/16

So very sorry for your loss. She was 98 years young and loved by many, especially her grandchildren and great- grandchildren. She was a lovely lady,