Becky Joette Judi Poglajen, our dear sweet BECKY left her trials here on earth when she peacefully fell asleep at her home, Wednesday, January 14, 1998, after a life-long struggle with diabetes.
Becky was born to her loving parents, Jack and Lucille Oviatt Judi, December 27, 1953 in Price, Utah. She graduated from Carbon High School and CEU and attended BYU. Becky is a member of the LDS Church and she dearly loved the scriptures. On September 5, 1975, Becky married Frank G. Poglajen and was sealed for time and all eternity in the Manti Temple. Together they raised Misti and Ashly and showed them how to love life and people. As a family they enjoyed camping, hunting, fishing and boating, especially at Flaming Gorge), trapping, skiing, riding horses, and just being together with family and friends. Even with Becky's frail body, she continued these activities throughout her life, and would never let any obstacles get in her way.She is survived by her daughter and son, Misti Jo and Ashly Frank, of Price, who were Becky's reason for living; parents, Jack and Lucille Judi, of Price; sister, Shaunna (Bruce) Haslam, of California/Utah; brother, Vaughn (Marianne) Judi, of Castle Dale; sweet mother-in-law, Connie Poglajen; sister-in-law, Carolynn (Andy) Oman, of Price; brother-in-law, Johnny (Roberta) Poglajen, of Vernal; and many nieces and nephews, family members and friends that she loved dearly. Becky has returned home to her Heavenly Father and reunited with her husband, Frank G. Poglajen, baby brother, Terry Oviatt Judi, father-in-law, Frank Poglajen Sr., nephew, Terry Hutchens Haslam, Grandpa and Grandma Oviatt, Grandpa and Grandma Judi, and a dear friend, Shirla Wall Sullivan.
The family wishes to thank all those who provided love and care to Becky during her lifelong struggle with diabetes.
Mom, we thank you and we'll always remember your good humor, your sparkle, your happy attitude, your love of life, Diet Pepsi, the Utah Jazz, and especially your everlasting love for me and Ash. Words cannot express the unconditional love you have shown for everyone and the great example that you are. You always placed others before yourself at all times. You have left your mark here on this earth and you hold a very dear place in all our hearts.
"WE LOVE YOU MOM!"
Funeral service, Monday, January 19, 1998, 12 noon at the Price Fifth LDS Ward Chapel. Family will be at Mitchell Funeral Home, Sunday evening from 6-8 p.m. and at the church Monday, one hour prior to services. Friends are welcome at Mitchell's daily from 9 a.m.-9 p.m. Interment, Price City Cemetery, Price, Utah.
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