1966 Burgon, Heber J. obit
A COX CONSTRUCTION CO. turned over at 1050 W. 6th S. in bed of the truck struck the truck bed had been raised to UNION — Funeral services for Heber J. Burgon, 89, 7433 S. 7th E., Union, who died at his home Wednesday of causes Ward Chapel, 7500 S. 7th E. He was the father of Marvin H. Burgon and Grant C. Burgon of Orem. Mr. Burgon was born May 20, 1882, in Union, a son of Willard Charles and Emma Crouch Burgon. He married Lulu Hansen Nov. 15,1905. in the Salt ..«-« —, incident to age, will be Saturday at 2 p.m. in the Union Third Hansen NOV. 10, i»uo. in me sail Lake Temple and she died on March 29,1912. He then married - • -- • - •- Jennie Hurler on Oct. 18,1916, in the Salt Lake Temple, and she died March 11, 1972. Mr. Burgon was manager and then president of the Sandy City Bank from 1934 until 1956, then he became' vice president of the Walker Bank and Trust Co. Also a well-known contractor, Mr. Burgon was appointed a member of the National Advisory Advisory Council on school building construction in 1929. He was president of the Jordan School District Board of Education. Active in the LDS Church, Mr. Burgon was a High Priest, had been Bishop of the Union Ward for 10 years and counselor for five years. He was the first president of the East Jordan Stake, serving from 1927 to 1945. He was a temple officiator in the Salt Lake Temple from 1954 to 1964. Survivors include three sons and four daughters, Marvin H. Burgon and Grant C. Burgon, both of Orem; Stanley W. (Affonj Williams, Renton, Wash.; Mrs. Olive M. (Beulah) Larson, Metairie, La.; Mrs. William H. (Beth) Booth, West Jordan; Mrs. West C. (LaRae) Hammond, Holladay; 32 grandchildren; 23 great- grandchildren; one brother, Albert E. Burgon, Union. Friends may call at the mortuary at 8090 S. State tonight from 6 to 8 o'clock and at the chapel Saturday one hour before services. Burial will be in the Murray City Cemetery.