1911 - 1993
||Marion A. Moyar |
||23 Jan 1911
||San Bernardino, San Bernardino, California
||30 Dec 1993
||Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah
- Marion A. Moyar Obituary
Deseret News - 1 Jan 1994
Marion "A" Moyar (Mannie), 82, passed away December 30, 1993 at home after a long battle with cancer.
Born January 23, 1911 in San Bernardino, California to Marion Francis Moya and Frances Jane Lowe. Married Anna Gore August 3, 1933 in Azusa, California.Mannie worked for American Smelting and Refining, Tooele Ordinance Depot and served in the U.S. Navy Submarine Service during World War II. Worked for Otto Buehner Company for 25 years until he retired as a research engineer.
Dad doled his love and experience on his children to an excess with creativity and joy. He taught all of us to enjoy our natural world and the abundance it offers. He loved the outdoors and shared his cabin above Oakley with his wife and constant companion of 62 years. Mannie had a tremendous following of friends from whom he received and gave love and respect.
"You know who you are, you signed the Wall." Dad, we love you and will always miss you.
Survived by his wife, Anna G. Moyar; sons and daughters, Ann (Billy) Peterson, Lee (Nanette) Moyar, Verl (Carol) Moyar, Lyn (John) Thurman; 15 grandchildren and 19 great-grandchildren; sister, Jacqueline Marie (Don) Moffat, Los Molinas, Calif. Preceded in death by two sisters.
Memorial service will be held Tuesday, January 4, 1994, 7 p.m. at the Larkin Mortuary Chapel, 260 East South Temple, where friends may call Tuesday, 6-7 p.m.
In lieu of flowers, the family suggests contributions to Wasatch Hollows Community Park.
||Alpine City Cemetery, Alpine, Utah, Utah 
- Surname, Name: Marion A. Moyar
Birth Date: 23 January 1911
Death Date: 30 December 1993
||29 Jul 2011 |
||Anna Logie Gore, b. 02 Aug 1913, Meridian, Ada, Idaho , d. 30 Mar 2009, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah |
||21 Feb 2005 |
- [S92] Utah County, Utah Cemetery Index, Utah Valley Regional Family History Center, (www.ancestry.com).