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Rulon Eames

July 9, 1961 - January 30, 2014

Our beloved Rulon David Eames passed away January 30, 2014 in Ogden, Utah. Rulon was Born July 9th 1961 to Glenn and Marlene Eames. He married Susan Lore on March 2nd 1985. Rulon and Susan were deeply in love and were the closest of friends. Rulon was a gifted scholar and had an insatiable appetite for learning, and travel. His love of reading led him to proficiency in diverse areas of study. Rulon and Susan have two wonderful children: Jared Michael, Krista Marie and a great son-in-law Justin Hanks. Rulon was a gentle father and the hero to all his children. In addition to Jared, Krista, and Justin, Rulon and Susan were able to add four wonderful boys and one lovely girl to their family through foreign exchange: Nick, Mads, Victor, Jesus and Viki. Rulon was known for his steady kindness, warmth and generosity. Throughout his life, Rulon embodied the principle of infinite love.
Private family services were held February 4,2014

 

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Born: July 9, 1961
Died: January 30, 2014

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George Winder posted on 8/5/17

Susan, I happened to be hiking near Granite Flats today in American Fork Canyon and my mind sailed back to a ward camp out we had there back in the late 1980s. Specifically I could see Rulon in my mind's eye swinging a large gate on which a number of laughing children were holding on to for dear life. And what a great laugh Rulon had. When I came home I did an internet search to see where Rulon was now and was deeply saddened and shocked to see of his passing. Rulon was one of a kind and he made a lasting impression on people, certainly on me. I loved the friendship we had and the gifts he shared so freely with others. He taught me much in the several years I was privileged to serve with him. I hope this message reaches you, finds you well and may peace be with you and your family.

 

Betty Turpin-Cunningham posted on 4/26/14

This morning I was reading in the Book of Mormon and a passage reminded me of Rulon. Rulon lived and worked in Deseret Towers at BYU when I was a freshman in 1982. I remember Rulon well. HIs positive energy radiated in a literal sense and lighted the world. Rulon delivered a ward fireside on the life and testimony of Joseph Smith which, as long as I live, I will never forget. It affected me deeply and powerfully. Now, over 30 years later, that experience is still very real for me. It is one of only a few I've been able to cling to through the years as the storms of mortality have taken their toll. I searched for Rulon online this morning to try to find out what he had written lately, hoping that he had a blog or articles I could access. His was a voice I trusted then and know I could trust now. He was honest and true, an iron rod to those of us not blessed with such vast amount of knowledge or faith. I was stunned when my internet search turned up Rulon's obituary. Please accept my deepest sympathies for your loss. I am sure that Rulon has not thought of me or my family in decades - we were one of hundreds if not thousands who likely passed through his sphere of influence. However, I certainly have never forgotten him and his testimony. His sharing it with me has strengthened me immensely over the years. I remember Rulon and will always cherish what he taught me. May your family be comforted as you press forward without him.

 

Johnson and Moore (Families) posted on 2/19/14

We are so sorry to hear about the passing of Rulon. He was such a great friend to our families. He was so caring and loving and we will miss him very much. Leland has always thought the world of Rulon, and was so thankful for his kindness and friendship. Our heartfelt condolences go out to his family. We love you and will keep you in our thoughts and prayers. Love, Matt and Persephone Johnson Leland Moore Sterling Moore

 

Vaughn and Danna Deem posted on 2/10/14

Glenn and Marlene, We are so sorry for your loss. May His comforting love attend you always. We both miss our children when they leave, but know they are in a better place. We are supposed to go first, but it did not work out that way for us. God bless you and your family. Love, Vaughn and Danna

 

Patti Sutton posted on 2/10/14

I am truly sorry to hear of Rulon's passing. I worked with Rulon when we were both interns for our counseling degrees and again later after licensing. Rulon was a man of integrity who loved others and always wanted to make their lives better. He was quick to smile and make people feel welcomed and valued. My heartfelt sympathies to his family; may you find comfort in your fondest memories of him and in his legacy of kindness.

 

Valerie Gallegos posted on 2/10/14

I worked with Rulon for a short time at Voc Rehab. He was always offering his help and did tasks that were not necessarily in his job description, but he knew that if he did that job, it would help his co-workers. He always found only the good in people and did have a presence to him making you want follow his lead to be kind rather than spend time to dwell on the negative. My sincere condolences to his entire family during this difficult time.

 

Stephanie Woolworth posted on 2/10/14

I was very saddened to hear about Rulon's passing. I was fortunate enough to have worked with Rulon for a short time in the counseling field and he was a very gentle and kind person. My thoughts are with you at this difficult time. Peace and Strength, Stephanie Woolworth

 

Ellen Eames Smedley posted on 2/10/14

Hello to Glenn's family: I heard from my brother, Richard Eames, of the passing of Rulon. I never knew him, but I and my husband want to extend our condolences to Glenn and his family, and Rulon's family, and tell you that we are sorry to hear of your loss. We hope you will have comfort and peace through happy memories and the grace of our Savior, Jesus Christ. Sincerely, Ellen (Eames) and Thayne Smedley, in Pocatello, ID.

 

Richard Eames posted on 2/10/14

Although we didn't know Rulon very well, we are very sorry to hear of his passing. May our Heavenly Father bless all of your family to be comforted at this time. Love from us and our family, Richard and Teresa Eames.

 

Sharilee Roper posted on 2/10/14

To a man who brought light to others through sharing his knowledge and testimony, I send my gratitude for his service to me and my tour participants, many times over a period of several years.

 

Lee Shumway posted on 2/10/14

I offer my heartfelt sympathies to the Eames family. I worked with Rulon in the mid '80s at KQPD in Ogden. I lost track of him since the station was sold, but I'm gratified to see he lived and loved and was loved by those around him. May you be comforted until you meet him again...

 

Carol Hancock posted on 2/9/14

When I saw the notice in the paper of Rulon's passing, it made me smile because that is exactly how I remember him.......with that big old smile of his. I also remember him from high school. A super nice guy and always positive. My condolences to his family.

 

Ralph Rowley posted on 2/9/14

I am so very shocked and saddened at the passing of Rulon. I had the distinct privilege of having Rulon in my German classes for 3 years at Weber High. He was indeed a gifted learner having won region championships in his use of German, and won best in the state and in the nation in German competition. He not only was a superior student, he was also a close friend during the 3 years. I wish I had known of his passing and had been able to attend any services he had. My sympathy to his wife, parents, and family. Rulon, things will be wonderful for you in the next stage of your eternal existence now. Love you! Herr Ralph Rowley

 

Lynnelle Grant Carson posted on 2/9/14

I had classes with Rulon in High School. He was the type of person I could not forget - smart, witty and funny. He always helped if he was asked. His family is blessed for the time they had with him. I am truly sorry it was so short. You have my deepest condolences.

 

Lynnelle Grant Carson posted on 2/9/14

I had many classes with Rulon in High School. He was the type of person I could not forget - smart, witty and fun. He always helped if he was asked. His family is blessed for the time they had with him. I'm

 

Glade Campbell posted on 2/9/14

I'm so sorry for your loss though i didnt know him very well our dad's were Pharmacists together, I do remember as i was a senior and he was a sophomore, saying hi to each other and saying our dad's worked together, but i do remember his big infectious smile he always seemed to have one, may God bless your family at this time.

 

Blake W Corbridge posted on 2/9/14

I remember so many times learning from Rulon's amazing wisdom. It was always a joy to be in his presence to enjoy his smile and laughter. He changed my day for the better each time we met. I will miss him.

 

Ramona Thompson posted on 2/9/14

I had the pleasure of working with Rulon a few years ago. We shared a mutual client through his job at the Division of Vocational Rehabilitation. I was always so impressed at his kindness and his ability to always put his clients first. He had a way with words; always speaking very eloquently and diplomatically. I'm so sorry to hear of his passing.

 

Alissa Floyd Weller posted on 2/8/14

I really enjoyed Rulon's friendship when we were young. He was a true bright spot in the school day. He had such a thirst for learning, and combined that with such kindness and humor. So sad that we lost him so soon. He has left a wonderful legacy in his family.

 

Cheryl McNarie Stackhouse posted on 2/8/14

Rulon Eames was my neighbor and my friend...In high school he graciously helped me practice for an upcoming solo, inviting me over to his home and playing over and over til I learned the song. (Really quite a feat as I couldn't read music then or now!) The things I remember most about Rulon - his vast intelligence,his gentle manner, extreme kindness, optimism, and the way his face lit up when he smiled that GREAT smile! His light is shining even brighter now...if that is possible! He will be greatly missed!

 

Lisa Rasmussen posted on 2/8/14

Rulon and I went way back to the good ole days of our education. i thought so highly of him, he was so kind and so smart, he maked everyone comfortable. My prayers are with him and his family.

 

Jayna Smout posted on 2/8/14

I remember Rulon from high school. He was a very kind person to me although we didn't run in the same circle. I thought very highly of him and was deeply saddened by his loss. May the comforter bring you all peace.

 

Cory Bruestle posted on 2/8/14

sorry to hear of rulons passing . I grew up just down the street , on chimes view dr.

 

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