Jack D. Seegmiller1927 ~ 2012Jack D. Seegmiller passed away at the age of 84 on Wednesday January 18, 2012 in Sandy, Utah.Jack was born March 12, 1927 in St. George Utah to Daniel and Juie Seegmiller and Attended elementary and high school in St George.Jack Married Joyce Vawdrey in 1947 and the two of them began their quest into the world of the entrepreneur and worked together over the next 17 years to make their mark. Bringing in to the world 5 children along the way. Divorced Later.Jack's Chevron Service was opened in 1955. Jack was well known and respected for integrity as he successfully ran his own business. During this period an addition was made to Jack's Service the "Ice Stand" this was the predecessor to the convenience store we are all so familiar with today. This spot was well known by travelers, vacationers, deer hunters and locals alike. The group that held it in the highest regard however was the local youth, where on those hot summer days a 10 cent Snow Cone could be obtained with or without a dime. In addition Jack drove truck hauling Cement during the construction of the Glen Canyon Dam. He also formed a company and pioneered the burial vault business in southern Utah and Nevada.Jack had great pride in the community and was an active member of the Lion's Club and Elks Club and always went the extra mile in supporting the annual Dixie Round-up. And for a man that never picked up a golf club he was actively involved in the building of the Red Hills Golf course setting the ground work for the active golf Mecca Southern Utah is today.Jack married Elaine Graff Green (His childhood Sweetheart) in 1968 and moved to Salt Lake City where their Home now provided roots to Elaine's 6 and Jack's 5, that's 11 siblings in all. Over the next years Jack worked for Burninghams Truck Plaza, Hafers and JELCO building power lines and Retired in 1988.Jack was a Jack of all trades and a master of Most! He gave selflessly of his time and talents to make our lives richer better and full of laughter. Jack was very approachable, his quick wit and sense of humor made you know that instantly he was your friend. He was the Neighbor Hood go-to guy for home and auto repairs and maintenance. His garage was a hardware store and open to everyone.He loved his children but his unselfish love and devotion for his Grandchildren was his shining hour. 29 grandchildren and 40 great grandchildren.Jack always had the best looking yard and envy of everyone on the street. His flower beds that surrounded the house kept the pantry full of home canned vegetables. Great place to go shopping if you like your shelves stocked with love.He is survived by his loving wife Elaine, children: Larry, Sonjia Vlassek, Chad, Kim, Kent, Tracy Green, Kathy Price, Mark Green, sisters: La Norma Sandberg, Helen Jensen, 29 Grand children and 40+ Great Grand Children.Proceeded in death by Daughters: Jeralyn Frei, Gayle Yamaguchi, son: Terry Green, sister: Beth Dhal, brothers: Clyde, Burk, Bill and his Parents.Funeral services will be held Monday 23rd @ 2pm at Larkin Sunset Gardens Mortuary Chapel, 1950 E. 10600 South, where a viewing will be held Sunday 4:00-6:00 p.m. and Monday one hour prior to the service. Interment Larkin Sunset Gardens. A Hart felt Thanks goes out to all those who helped with my Husband and our Father's care at Crosslands. Our lives have been enriched because of you.Online condolences: www.larkincares.com