Annaley Naegle Redd, 89, died August 19, 2000, in Provo, Utah.

She was born Aug. 27, 1910, in Colonia Morelos, Sonora, Mexico, to Millicent Dorothy Jameson and John Conrad, Bountiful, Toquerville, La Sal, Utah, and Ammon, Idaho.

After Ammon High School, she attended BYU and later taught school in Old La Sal, Utah.

She married Charles Redd

Aug. 29, 1931.

They retur-ned to La Sal to save the ranch and raise a large family: Katheryn Anne Mullins (Gary), Solvang, CA; Charles Hardison (Sonya), La Sal; Annaley (died in infancy); Robert Byron (Mary), Provo; Paul David (Diane), Paradox, CO; Maraley Rasmussen (Richard), Winnetka, IL; Beverly Woods (Loyd), Mapleton; Regina Mitchell (James), North Salt lake; Rebecca Sue Lambert (Brian), Mapleton.

She has 41 grandchildren and 57 great-grandchildren.

Annaley is also survived by a sister, Pearl Redd (Daryle); and a brother, Kepple Naegle (Wanda).

Annaley was a loyal and essential partner to Charlie.

As a result of their passionate interest in the heritage of the West, together they established the Charles Redd Center for Western Studies at Brigham Young University.

An assistantship exists in Annaley's name.

She was also an avid fan of BYU teams.

From a difficult early life, Annaley gained self-confidence from hard work thinning beets and hand-harvesting potatoes, high school basketball and oratory, and long-term participation in Literary League.

She created an orderly and welcoming home, serving up marvelous meals perfect hot cakes, chicken noodle soup, prairie fire beans, and the best bread in the world. Her hands beautified her yard and garden.

Annaley loved all things beautiful flowers, music, sunsets.

She got satisfaction from a job well done. She lived a joy-filled life.

Funeral services will be held on Monday, August 21, at 1 p.m. at the LDS Edgemont Ninth Ward, 4300 North Canyon Road.

Friends may call at the Berg Mortuary, 500 North State in Orem, on Sunday evening 6 to 7 p.m. and also on Monday at the chapel from 11:45 a.m. to 12:45 p.m. before the services.

Interment and graveside services will be at 12 noon on Tuesday, August 22, at Blanding Cemetery.