Mildred Page Huff returned to her Heavenly Home, March 5, 1998 resulting from causes incident to age.

She was the daughter of Duke and Sylvia Bills Page, born in Riverton, Utah, May 14, 1918. She married her sweetheart Lee Huff February 28, 1949 in the Salt Lake LDS Temple.Our wife and mother devoted her life, talents and energy to making our lives special by loving and serving her family including her husband, Lee Huff, Spanish Fork; along with their three daughters, Valerie H. Cook, wife of Loyd C. Cook, Salem, Utah; Shauna Dickson, wife of John K. Dickson, Ashburn, Virginia; and Calene Hall, wife of Calvin L. Hall, Draper, Utah. Her life was blessed with eight grandchildren. She is also survived by three sisters, Ruby Wilson, Payson; Wanda (J. Owen) Harrison, Spanish Fork; Helen Ahrens, Hemet, California; and one brother, Tom Page (wife, Jill), Hemet California. Her parents and one brother, David Duke Page, preceded her in death.

She was a member of the LDS church and found joy in serving a mission in Sheffield, Great Britain, and then in the Northern States Mission after the missionaries were evacuated from Europe at the onset of World War II. She remembered speaking in street meetings in Hyde Park, London, and hearing the church bells chime on Sunday. Her church service included Primary, Young Women, Relief Society, Visiting Teaching, and being called as a personal counselor in the LDS Social Services Program. She served on two Relief Society Stake Boards.

She attended BYU and LDS Business College and was employed as a secretary for Salt Lake City Corporation. She assisted in the family business of Duke Page Auto and Page Investment. She was a member of the American Legion Auxiliary. Mildred was a gifted writer, leaving a legacy of family histories and memories which will be treasured by those who follow. She learned to listen to the spirit as she recorded the events of life. As she raised her children, she instilled in them a love for life and learning, along with a desire to live the gospel of Jesus Christ in their lives. She was greatly loved and will be deeply missed by all who were touched by her smile and spirit.

Funeral services will be held Monday, March 9, 1998 at 11 a.m. in the Spanish Fork Third Ward Chapel, 640 West 400 North. Friends and family may call on Sunday evening at the Walker Mortuary, 187 South Main, Spanish Fork, from 6 to 8 p.m. or on Monday at the church one hour prior to the services. Burial will be in the Spanish Fork City Cemetery.

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