In Loving Memory Honoring members of the Bonneville High School Class of 1975 who have passed away. Bryan Pickett Kenny Hunter Cindy Poulsen Petersen Kent Holbrook Debbie Ellsworth Kevin James Diane Doliwa Pugmire Kevin Layton Dianne Feller Lemmons Kim Bushnell Eugene Leland Marc Mather Gary Peterson Mike Osborne Jann Schooler Francis Ray BirdJeanne Marie Thomas Laloli Rick Baker Jeff Barnes Rick Thomas Julene Nelson Jepson Rod Yoder June Higgs Cannon Ron Vigil Karen White Stevenson Russell Smith Kari Garfield Thayne Cheney Katherine Lane King Timothy Pohlman Kendra Royster Penrod Tina Marie Schoppe Gramly Kenneth Wade Yvonne Barto
Bryan Pickett Utah Office of the Attorney General UTAP: COLD CASE FILESBryan PickettCASE #: 80-3578AGE: 22 (DOB: 08-10-1957)HEIGHT: 6 0"WEIGHT: 152 lbsRACE: CaucasianABOUT THIS CASEThis is an Ogden Police Department cold case homicide. If you have information regarding this case please contactthe Ogden Police Department, 801-629-8272. Case Synopsis: On February 9, 1980, at approximately 1:50 am,Bryan Pickett was found lying on his back in the middle of the eastbound traffic lane in the 800 block of MonroeBlvd, Ogden, Utah. Mr. Pickett’s jeep was stopped in the eastbound traffic lane 24 feet west of the stop sign at theMonroe Blvd intersection. He was found a few feet of where his Jeep was stopped. Mr. Pickett had been shot in thehead and died shortly after being transported to a local hospital. His death was as a result of the gunshot wound tohis head. Mr. Pickett was a Weber County Sheriff’s Corrections Employee at the Weber County Jail. He had gottenoff work at midnight and stopped at a local bar where he met a fellow Correction’s Officer for a couple of drinks.Between 1:30-1:45 am, Mr. Pickett left the bar and was reportedly on his way home when this incident occurred.Information at the scene indicates the use of a handgun in the assault although several 12-gauge shotgun shellswere recovered in the same area of Mr. Pickett’s body. A substantial amount of currency was in Mr. Pickett’s walletat the time he was found. Investigator/Agency: Det. John Thomas, Ogden Police Department (801) 629-8272.Secondary:Shane Minor, Weber County Attorney’s Office (801) 399-8377.INVESTIGATION CONTACTIf you have any information contact the Ogden City Police Department 801-629-8221 2186 Lincoln Avenue Ogden,UT 84401 Chief Jon Greiner.
Julene Nelson JepsonLAYTON - Julene Nelson Jepson was reunited was their favorite get away. The temporarywith her mother on Saturday, February 5, breaking of this mortal bond is unbearable, but2011. She passed on to the next life from through our faith in Jesus Christ we knowcomplications caused by asthma. comfort will come in this life, and unimaginable joy throughout eternity is waiting. Julene alsoJulene was born in Brigham City cherished her two grandchildren, Sophia and on November 6, 1956 to Dallas Nathan. She adored and talked about themand Marlene Jensen Nelson and continually. Many lives will be left empty by thegrew up in Mantua and Ogden departure of such a special daughter of God.graduating from Bonneville Maybe now, on the other side, Julene can trulyHigh School in 1975. Julene’s realize the measure and scope of the lovework history included hair stylist, secretary and those that had the privilege of knowing her felt.mail carrier. She is survived by her husband, Shane; sonsShe married Michael Nelson in 1976 and had Nate (Misty) Nelson, Nick (Sarah) Nelson;two sons, Nathan Michael and Nicholas daughter Morgan; two grandchildren, SophiaMatthew. She was later divorced and in 1996 and Nathan Nelson; parents Dallas and Rachelmarried Shane Jepson in Hawaii. They were Nelson, mother-in-law Vicki Burns, father-in-later sealed in the Salt Lake Temple. She law Jack Jepson, her sister Diann (Jim) Carrig,adored her husband and he cherished her. In niece Mindy (Dan) Holley, nephew Tracy1999 their bond brought the daughter she (Julie) Ropelato and aunt Sherilee Cope.always yearned for, Morgan Marlene Jepson. Preceded in death by her mother and herJulene’s love, devotion, energy, talents and grandparents.desire to serve all she knew, in any way shecould, was unmatched. Julene gave her all, Funeral services will be held Wednesday,and because of this, was loved by all. The true February 9, 2011 at 11 a.m. at Lindquist’slove in her life was her children. She was so Layton Mortuary, 1867 N. Fairfield Road.proud of her two sons, Nate and Nick. Sheloved them with all her heart. Her best friend Friends may visit with family on Tuesday fromwas her 11-year-old daughter, Morgan. They 6 to 8 p.m. and Wednesday from 9:30 to 10:30were inseparable and spent hours creating, a.m. at the mortuary.shopping, planning for holidays and birthdays,watching movies and doing crafts. Park City Interment, Mantua Cemetery.
Mike Osborne December 23, 2006Michael Wayne Osborne, 50, passed away on Friday,December 23, 2006 from complications of a constructionaccident. He was born September 20, 196 in Ogden, Utah, toRalph Arthur Osborne and Eloise Brostrom Osborne.Mike grew up in Washington Terrace and graduated fromBonneville High School in 1975. He married Lorrie Rice onJuly 10, 1982; they were later sealed in the Las VegasTemple. He worked construction most of his life in the Ogden,Huntington and the last 20 years in the Las Vegas area.
Ray Bird January 5, 2007Dean Ray Bird, 49, passed away unexpectedly on Friday, Jan. 5, 2007 of a sudden heart attack.He was born Aug. 30, 1957, in Ogden, a son of Glen and Viola Bott Bird. He married Kathy FowersMartensen on Feb. 8, 2002.He graduated from Bonneville High School in 1975. He has been employed by Bill Payne Trucking,Utility Trailer, Amcor Precast, and currently employed at Hill Air Force Base as a MIC Manager.He enjoyed the family cabin, which the family built together; hunting, fishing, snowmobiling, four-wheeling, horse riding and anything outdoors. He especially loved being with family and friends.Surviving are his wife of Hooper; children: Jennifer (Brent) Swanson, Bountiful; Josh Bird; Jessica Birdboth of West Haven; step-children: Brandon Martensen, Megan Martensen, Hooper; grandchildren,Kira and Keegen and also one sister Beverly (Howard) Wiseman, Vernal; in-laws Preston and ErmaFowers, Hooper; and numerous nieces and nephews; and also many friends who loved him dearly.He was preceded in death by his parents and his brothers Charles, Richard and Jerry.Funeral service will be held Tuesday, Jan. 9, 2007, at 11 a.m. at the Hooper 10th Ward Chapel, 5375S. 5900 W., Hooper, with Bishop Kenneth Stauffer officiating.Friends may call at the Larkin & Sons Mortuary, 496 24th St., Ogden, Monday, from 6 to 8 p.m. and atthe ward Tuesday, from 10 to 10:45 a.m.Interment, Hooper City Cemetery.