Eva "Eve" Haslam England, 76, died peacefully March 25, 1991, Logan Regional Hospital, after a courageous struggle with cancer.
She was born April 10, 1914 in Wellsville, Utah, a daughter of William Jones and Emma Poppleton Hill Haslam. She married David William England, July 17, 1967 in the Logan LDS Temple. She has resided in Logan since that time. She spent her early years in Lewiston, Utah and graduated from North Cache High School in Richmond, Utah. Eve graduated from the Henager Business College in Salt Lake and later graduated Cum Laude from the University of Utah. She was a member of Phi Beta Kappa Honor Society and Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society. She taught French at Olympus High School and later moved to Provo to work on her Master's Degree. While at BYU she taught Freshman French and English.One of the happiest times of her life was working with Elder Joseph Anderson in the First Presidency Office. She had the opportunity of working on some special assignments for President J. Reuben Clark and late President Hugh B. Brown. She has often reflected back on what a blessing this was in her life. She has also worked in the Logan and Salt Lake LDS Temples. An active member of the LDS Church she has served in many callings especially directing music and teaching.
Survivors include: husband, David W. England, Logan; stepsons and daughters, David J. and Marlene England, West Valley City; Nancy and Mahlon Lundquist, Clearfield; Julie and Gene Thompson, Logan; Tom and Marla England, Logan; 12 step-grandchildren; 15 step-great-grandchildren; and four step-great-great-grandchildren; brothers and sisters, William H. and Leona Haslam Provo; Vern H. and LaRue Haslam, Logan; Mrs. Edra Ann Hinckley, Salt Lake City; Lola and Sherwin Coleman, Centerville; also many nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her parents and step-granddaughter.
Funeral services Friday, March 29, 1991, 12 noon, Allen-Hall Mortuary Chapel, 34 East Center, Logan, with Bishop Kay Freeman of the Logan 17th Ward conducting. Friends may call at the mortuary Thursday evening 7-8 p.m. and one hour prior to services. Burial, Logan City Cemetery.
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