Hiram Clawson Young, age 91, died December 26, 1990 in Bountiful, Utah.
Born January 6, 1899 in Salt Lake City, Utah to Seymour Bicknell Young, Jr. and Carlie Louine Young Clawson Young. Married Rhea Giauque on June 14, 1948 in the Salt Lake LDS Temple. She died in 1987. He worked for the Metropolitan Life Insurance Company for 7 years; Beneficial Life Insurance for 45 years; sold fire insurance for Heber J. Grant & Co. Served as president of Sugar House Chamber of Commerce. Officer of Sugar House Business League. Raised funds to finish Fairmont Park. Advertising manager of Sugar House Bulletin. Stationed during World War II at Logan, Utah with Captain Henry D. Moyle, Post Commander. Attended Granite High School where he was student-body president, class officer, yell leader, and participated on basketball and football teams.Served as bishop of Richards 1st Ward; High Councilman in Granite and Sugar House Stakes; and instructor, board member, and in Sunday School superintendencies of same stakes. But more importantly, he looked after the needs of the widows, homebound, the lonely, and his many acts of kindness showed he loved his fellowmen.
Survived by sister, Louine Young Cromar; sister-in-law, Hulda Parker Young; and numerous nieces and nephews whom he has loved through the years. Preceded in death by sister and brothers, Emily Young Knepp, Elder S. Dilworth Young, and Scott Richmond Young. Special thanks to nurse Rosa Cassibba who has given tender loving care to both Hy and Rhea during the past 5 years.
Funeral services on Saturday, December 29th, at 12 noon, Richards 1st Ward, 855 East Garfield Avenue (1830 South), where friends may call the hour prior to services. Interment, Salt Lake City Cemetery under the direction of Larkin Mortuary.
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