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Rodney B. Spiers

March 23, 1959 - June 26, 2016

Rodney B. Spiers passed away on June 26, 2016,from complications of a long illness, at the age of 57.  He was born to Evelyn Allred and Clark L. Spiers, the fifth child of seven children on March 23, 1959 in Ogden, Utah.  He graduated from Clearfield High School and was a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

He was a very loving and handsome little guy born with auburn red curly hair and black eyes, like his mom.  Everywhere mom would take him, women would rave over him.

He was a warm loving person and would give you the shirt off his back if you needed it.  He loved hot rods, building model cars, remote airplanes, etc.  He also love animals; his favorite dog Snowball’s ashes will be buried with him.

He married Trish Larsen and had a little girl, Amy, who also has his red hair and black eyes. They later divorced.

He married Terry Hilton and they had a little girl, Lynnette, who also has is black eyes.  Terry had two boys, Terrance and Dustin, and a little girl named Karla when they married.  They later divorced.

Rodney was helped out by his sisters, brothers, niece and nephews when his health took a turn for the worse.  His brother-in-law, DeWane, and sister, Connie helped him get a truck and helped him out with his rent.  His niece, Tracie, and her husband, Lupe rented him an apartment in their apartment building and also helped him out quite a bit with cleaning and errands.  Sister, Vivian, and niece, Liza helped him with his household items.  Brother, Dave and wife, Rita gave him rides and helped with food.  Sister, Wendy, took care of him and helped him get another apartment.   She was close to him and went to him for a big hug when she needed one.  His nephew, Shane helped him with rides to the doctor, got his prescriptions and food, cleaned his house, washed his clothes and kept him company.  He and his wife, Nicky loved him, brought him a cake on this birthday and Shane was there to call 911 when he needed it.

A  big thanks to everyone.  If I didn’t mention your name, thank you very much; and to his brother, Darrell and his wife, Carolyn; thank you for tying up loose ends.

Rodney is survived by two children Amy Spiers and Lynnette Spiers; three grandchildren; two brothers, Darrell and David Spiers; three sisters, Connie Bright, Vivian Luddington, Wendy Carpenter; and many nieces and nephews.

Her was preceded in death by sister Vicky Lynn Reed, mother Evelyn Robison, step-father Paul Robison and father Clark Spiers.

Sending loving wishes on your journey brother, Rodney, see you again someday, your big Sis, as he called me, his big sister Connie, sister Vivian; brothers, Darrell and David and their spouses; his children; nieces and nephews; and friends.

Farewell ‘til we meet again.

Graveside Services will be held Thursday, July 7, 2016 at 11:00 a.m. at Leavitt’s Aultorest Memorial Park, at the grave of his mother, Evelyn Robison.  (There will be signs to guide you to the graveside.) 836 – 36th St., Ogden, UT.

Arrangements under the direction of Leavitt’s Mortuary.

Please send condolences to the family at:  www.leavittsmortuary.com

 

 

 

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Service Information

Date: Thursday, July 7, 2016

Time: 11:00 am -

Leavitt's Aultorest Memorial Park

Address:

836 36th Street, , Ogden, UT,

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Graveside Service…at the grave of his mother

Evelyn Robison.  There will be signs to

guide you to the graveside.


Cemetery Information

Date: Thursday, July 7, 2016

Leavitt's Aultorest Memorial Park

Address:

836 36th Street, , Ogden, UT,

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Wendy Carpenter posted on 7/3/16

To my Big Brother Rodney Spiers, im going to miss more than anyone knows.. i love you so very much.. You was always there when i needed my big brother, when i needed a hug or anything.. im going to be lost without you!!!.. im know youre not suffering anymore...Fly with he Angels, brother.. see you on the other side.... Love you to the moon and back..your little sister Wendy..

 

Troy Carpenter posted on 7/2/16

Rest in paradise uncle Rod. I'm really going to miss hanging out with you and helping you when ever you needed it. i'm happy your not in pain and suffering anymore. Until we meet again. I love you Uncle Rod, you'll always be in my heart. Fly high...

 

Dennis Bench posted on 7/2/16

So sorry to hear of Rod's passing, and the loss of yet another of your family. I can still remember that red haired little boy. It makes it even tougher to lose someone at such a young age. Bless you all, and may he rest peacefully. Dennis Bench

 

Kevin M. Carpenter posted on 7/2/16

Fly high my Brother, your true journey is beginning and time for you to join Our Heavenly Father. Although I can not make it out to see you off, know that you and the Family will be on my mind and in my heart as always, but more so that day. You were not only my brother in law, you were my fishing buddy. The great times you, Mike, Mark and I had on our fishing trips, I will never forget. I love you Rod and I will truly miss you. Time for you to be with the rest of our loved ones that have passed and watch over us in the Family that are still here...RIP My Brother

 

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