Another legacy of the late Gov. Calvin L. Rampton was the family's acknowledgement of wife Lucybeth's battle with depression. That made much easier disclosure and acceptance by others of their own, or a family member's, distress. And it probably speeded the steps toward healing.

Surely a Utah building, or program at the University of Utah Health Care Neuropsychiatric Institute, should bear the name of this gracious woman. She died in 2004. The governor, who died in September, has been appropriately memorialized in the names of important Utah buildings. Among them: the Calvin L. Rampton Complex housing the Utah Department of Transportation and Department of Public Safety and, more recently, the Salt Lake County Salt Palace.

Robert H. Woody

Salt Lake City