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Obituary for Jalene Hamblin

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Jalene Hamblin

August 17, 1950 - November 2, 2012

Jalene Hamblin passed away peacefully on November 2, 2012. She was born August 17, 1950 to Dorothy M. and Jay Lewis Hamblin in Ogden, Utah. She was retired from HAFB. She was a loving mother, sister and grandmother. Jalene is a member of the LDS Church. She enjoyed her visiting teaching. Jalene was very caring and loving to everyone in her path and she always had a way of making everyone laugh. She received her temple endowments and was very proud of her achievements and enjoyed sharing the gospel with all. Jalene is survived by her two children; Tamie (David) Mayes, and Todd (Angie) Hamilton; eight grandchildren and her five brothers and three sisters.She is preceded in death by her grandparents, parents, brother, sister and a nephew.A graveside service for Jalene will be held on Friday, November 9, 2012 at 11:00 am at Washington Heights Memorial Park, 4500 Washington Blvd.In lieu of flowers the family would appreciate donations to the Jalene Hamblin Memorial account at any Zions Bank location.Cremation under the direction of Leavitt’s Mortuary.Please send your condolences and a memory at www.leavittsmortuary.com

 

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Date: Friday, November 9, 2012

Time: 11:00 am -

Washington Heights Memorial Park

Address:

4500 Washington Blvd , , Ogden, UT,

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Timeline for Jalene Hamblin

Born: August 17, 1950
Died: November 2, 2012

Condolences for Jalene Hamblin

Todd Hamilton posted on 12/26/12

Merry Christmas Mom, I love you, I miss you so much. I don't know how much time I have left here myself, since I am sick. If anyone would like to make contact with me, email me at KnowingTodd@gmail. com

 

Roze Martin (Perry) posted on 11/11/12

my prayers are with the hamblin family. Jalene was a very high spirited woman with a heart of gold. if ever anyone needed a friend or a shoulder to cry on she was right there for you. she shared her shoulder many times for me in my life. thank and god bless. Roze Martin

 

Liz posted on 11/10/12

Jalene was the best kind of friend a girl could have growing up. She was kind, patient, friendly, honest and always fun to be around. She never complained and always made her friends feel so important. Time and miles separated over the years, but her sweet memory lives on forever. Rest in peace, precious friend.

 

martin Harrison posted on 11/9/12

The memory that is most special to me, is the fact that, we wear all young and dumb and maybe not walking the wright path.Your mom didnt care. She always made me feal welcome at her home. Todd, Tamie and your familys; I am sorry for your loss.At this time, remember your mom would want peace and harmony betwen you. So whatever you may have to work out, remember to keep in mind you are all you have left. Your mom would be very happy if her family stays close. Thinking you and yours, I hope the coming days bring you peace.

 

Bonnie Hamblin Stastny posted on 11/8/12

I remember some of the family BBQ"S out to the old house in Wilson Lane. One special time Jalene brought you kids out and if you remember the three of you rode the horses. I believe it was the first time you kids had been around farm animals. Todd would chase the chickens with the other cousins around the pasture. Play hide and seek with the other kids. I hope you kids remember the happy times with all the Hamblin families before Jalene got sick. We will remember Jalene always no matter what. Your Aunt Bonnie......

 

Tamie Mayes posted on 11/8/12

My best memories of my mother was her ability to make everyone laugh. She cared for everyone and their needs more than her own. She could be starving, short on food, but worried about sharing with those around her in the same situation. While growing up, all my friends always wanted to be at my house because they thought my mom was so cool and funny. They always invited her to go out with us everywhere we went. This carried on into her grandchildren. All their friends felt the same way. They thought she was the coolest grandma ever. It will be hard to go on without her here with me in life, but i know that I will see her again. I am so thankful that she received her temple blessings before she passed. That was always her wish. I love you mom. Rest in peace. I know you are no longer in pain and suffering from your daily struggles here on earth.

 

Michelle Hamblin Simpson posted on 11/7/12

I'm sorry for your loss. My love goes out to the family. I have many fond memories with all my Aunts, Uncles, and Cousins from childhood. I hope you find peace. My prayers are with you all.

 

Gwen Hamblin Hall posted on 11/7/12

I am so sorry for your loss and our Hamblin family loss. Jalene was the closest one in age, of the Jay Hamblin family, to me. I remember the hiking we did, when the families got together to hunt, fish or camp out. She and I would play down by the river for hours. One day, we ran into a rattlesnake under the bridgeway, and we both learned how fast we could run.She would always keep me giggling and I loved it when she came to visit us in Riverdale. We would chase the little calves, ride the horse and check out the cute boys in my neighborhood.Christmas time was also special as we traveled to Ogden to see what the other Hamblin cousins got from Santa. Uncle Jay and Aunt Dorothy made us feel so welcome...as our family of 10 bonded with their big family.I know she had struggles as we all do...but I also know she is with loved ones as she crossed the veil to meet them. I'm sure they greeted her with love.We'll miss her smile and her warm ways....but I know I'll see her again.May God bless you all and offer his arm of peace and guidance as you deal with the sting of death.An extended cousin,Gwen

 

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