Karl David Zaugg, 90, loving husband, father, grandfather, and great-grandfather, passed away quietly Friday, May 10, 1991 in the Humana Davis North Hospital when his kind, generous and gentle heart gave out.

He was born March 11, 1901 in Park Valley, Utah, a son of Frederick Zaugg, Jr. and Emily Chadwick. He married Inez Marie Mangelson September 12, 1935 in the Salt Lake LDS Temple. He has gone to join his loving sweetheart who preceded him in death in 1987.He had resided in Sterling, Alberta, Canada, and LeGrande, Oregon, before moving to Syracuse 56 years ago. Active member of the LDS Church, Syracuse 1st Ward. Served his first mission in Ohio, and a second mission with his wife in the Louisiana, Baton Rouge Mission, serving most of their time in McComb, Mississippi. He served as a bishop's counselor, High Priest Group Leader, teacher, faithful home teacher, ordinance worker in the Ogden LDS Temple for five years, and in many other positions.

He worked all of his life as a farmer, in addition to working at the Clearfield Naval Supply Depot., Smith Edwards Surplus, and Hill Air Force Base, where he retired in 1971. He was known for his hard work, integrity, generosity service, compassion and abilities as a peace maker. He remained active and alert until the day he died.

Survived by three daughters and three sons, Myrna Wilcox, Layton; David M. and Delores Saugg, Syracuse; Wilma and Sam Brewster, Provo; Marcille and Lee Fairbourn, Layton; Mark M. and Carolyn Zaugg, Bountiful; Ray F. and Patricia Zaugg, Syracuse; 39 grandchildren; and nine great-grandchildren. Also survived by eight brothers and sisters, August A. Zaugg, 97, Union, Oregon; Eliza Zaugg, 94, West Point; Paul Zaugg, 87, Clearfield; Joseph C. Zaugg, Elizabeth Town, Kentucky; Zina Feil, Salt Lake City; Rulon Zaugg, Weizer, Idaho; Wilford Zaug, West Point, and Roxie Youngburg, Weizer, Idaho. He was preceded in death by his wife, four brothers and sisters, one son-in-law, F. Blair Wilcox; and one grandson.

Funeral services will be held Tuesday, 1 p.m., at the Syracuse 1st Ward Chapel, 1313 South 2500 West. Friends may call Monday from 6-8 p.m. at Lindquist's Layton Mortuary, 1074 North Fairfield Road, and at the church on Tuesday, from 11:45-12:45 p.m. Interment, Syracuse City Cemetery.

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