Lucille Potter Walter, 79, died Thursday, October 18, 1990 from complications of Diabetes.
Born June 13, 1911 to William Ereanest and Lelia Olive Moon Potter in Riverside, Utah. She married Orson Willis Walton, April 3, 1935 in Salt Lake City, their marriage was later solemnized in the Salt Lake LDS Temple. She had lived in Farmington, and graduated from Davis High School. She moved to East Layton in 1935. Member of the LDS Church. Worked in the Primary Presidency and also as a teacher. She also was a teacher in the Sunday School and Mutual in the North Farmington Ward. She worked in the Relief Society Presidency, and was a visiting teacher for years in East Layton. Worked at Mountain View Cafe, also known later as Dew Drop Inn, on Highway 89. She was a volunteer at Humana Davis North Hospital. She was an original member of Deseret Camp of the Daughters of the Utah Pioneers. She was a valiant spirit and taught this principle to her family and many friends through example. She endured to the end with a positive, thankful heart in spite of her trials and suffering for many months. She always had a great love for the Savior and following his admonition, to serve others with love. To know her was a blessing, to have her for a mother was glorious.Survived by husband, Layton; two sons, three daughters, Dick Walton, Salt Lake; Lynn Walton, Layton; Mrs. Gary (Karen) Black, South Jordan; Mrs. John (Linda) Gallegos, Layton; Mrs. Jim (Julie) Hancock, Virgin, Utah; 18 grandchildren, 10 great grandchildren. Also surviving is one brother, John D. Potter, Farmington. Preceded in death by two brothers, one sister, Steve Potter, Herman Potter and Helen L. Severson.
Funeral services, Monday 11 a.m. at Lindquist's Layton Mortuary, 1074 North Fairfield Rd., with Bishop O. William Asplund officiating. Friends may call Sunday from 6-8 p.m. at the mortuary and Monday from 9:45-10:45 a.m. Interment, Lindquist Memorial Park in Layton. Family suggests donations be made to the Diabetes Foundation.
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