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Beth Wynn

April 24, 1939 — March 16, 2024

Roosevelt

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        It is with great heartache and joy that we say goodbye to our beautiful sweet mother, grandmother, sister, aunt and friend. Beth LaRue Hill Wynn was reunited with the love of her life, Jack, on Saturday, March 16, 2024. Our hearts are shattered at the thought of continuing without her witty, kind, sarcastic self! What joy we feel, at the thought of her returning to be with her sweetheart!
    Beth was born on April 24, 1939 in Star Valley, Wyoming to Frank and Alice Hill. She is the 8th in line of 11 children. The Hill children spent their youth working the ranch in Saratoga, Wyoming. Beth spoke often of the wonderful time spent and lessons learned growing up a ranch gal! She was known to be an excellent horsewoman and knew her way around the saddle. Her riding skills were known near and far! Growing up on a working cattle ranch instilled a work ethic known only to the rancher. It was difficult to keep up with her when doing simple house chores, yard work, or gardening. She taught her children how to work hard, but it is Brad who really caught that bug as he followed the Hill family tradition and settled in on some acres in Roosevelt. There he began his own farming endeavors.
    It was through Brad that Beth and Jack made their way to Roosevelt. Jack and his sons, Les, Brad, and Lance worked tirelessly to build a beautiful home for Beth. How she and Jack loved being there. Set against a rocky backdrop where they could watch the sunsets, and see the deer, the bunnies, the chickens, and the kids, romp and play in their back yard; This was their little piece of Heaven on Earth.
    Beth also inherited the voice of her father, Frank. Beth could sing. She could sing beautifully. She loved to share this talent and was known to sing anywhere and everywhere. While at times she chose to sing in places that embarrassed her children (the halls of malls where acoustics would carry her voice throughout the building), her voice has been missed since her asthma and COPD took that ability from her.
    Beth loves her Savior and always knew that when this life was over she would return to be with Him and our great Heavenly Father again. Born into The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, her faith never faltered. Her tithing was always paid in full and her temple recommend was always current. In a notebook found while going through her things, which kept her thoughts on talks that she heard while at church, a little side note said, “I owe $2 in tithing,” the $2 was circled with a notation underneath that was simply read, “pd.”
    Beth is survived by her four children, Les Wynn, Brad (Loretta) Wynn, Lance (Rosalyn) Wynn, and Jackee (Kevin) Finucan, her eight grandchildren, Tyler Wynn, Kyle (Rebecca) Wynn, Kaedyn (Ammon) Gutierrez, Jordan (Jessica) Wynn, Calvin Wynn, Hobbes Wynn, Ashlynn Frailey, and Jaxson Frailey, her siblings Lesa Lee, Pat, Will, Lana and Jim as well as countless nieces and nephews whom she absolutely adored.
    Sweet Beth was preceded in death by her husband Jack, (“the big louse” for leaving her here…”the jerk….”), her parents, Frank and Alice Hill, and her siblings, Karla, Mary, Alice, Joseph, and Frank Leslie.
    This period of probation will be much more difficult to endure with your departure, Mom. How we love you, how we miss you, how we look to the day of being reunited with your beautiful smile, your funny disposition, and your joy for life.
    The family wishes to thank her caregivers, Kris, Tanesha and all the others at Canyon Home Care and Hospice. She loved and looked forward to your visits, the Pepsi floats, and Monk marathons, but she HATED her showers, and she HATED taking her meds! We love you!
    Funeral Services will be held Saturday, March 30, 2024 at 11:00 a.m. at the Myton Chapel, 75 East Main Street.  Viewings will be held on Friday evening from 6:00-8:00 p.m. at the Hullinger Mortuary and Saturday at the church from 10:00 - 10:45 a.m.
    Cremation will follow services.
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