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ranging from Cub Scout leader to Stake Relief Society


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The Emery County Progress - Obituaries

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Janet Frankie Hancock HurstJanet Frankie Hancock HurstCASTLE DALE-Janet Frankie Hancock Hurst, 72, passes away on Fri., April 30, 2004, at her home in Castle Dale.Janet was the oldest of three girls and one brother.She was born to Frank Daily and Thelma Blackley Hancock on July 2, 1929 in Pleasant Grove.Janet married Roy "Bud" W. Hurst on Dec. 18, 1948 in Provo, where they made their home.Janet was very active in the LDS church where she served in many callings ranging from Cub Scout leader to Stake Relief Society President.She had many jobs in the community in addition to being a very busy and special mother and wife.She worked at Provo Nursing Home for about 12 years and Utah Valley Regional Hospital for 22 years.In 1999, Janet moved to Castle Dale where she lived until her death.Janet was the best mother that anyone could ever have.She was full of love, compassion and patience.She never knew a stranger and she was the prime example of what a mother, mother-in-law and grandmother should be.She dearly loved her family, especially her grandchildren.Janet did all she could for her family and was very proud of all of them. Janet is now reunited with her husband and family whom she has missed so very much.


The Emery County Progress - Obituaries

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Janet Frankie Hancock HurstJanet Frankie Hancock HurstCASTLE DALE-Janet Frankie Hancock Hurst, 72, passes away on Fri., April 30, 2004, at her home in Castle Dale.Janet was the oldest of three girls and one brother.She was born to Frank Daily and Thelma Blackley Hancock on July 2, 1929 in Pleasant Grove.Janet married Roy "Bud" W. Hurst on Dec. 18, 1948 in Provo, where they made their home.Janet was very active in the LDS church where she served in many callings ranging from Cub Scout leader to Stake Relief Society President.She had many jobs in the community in addition to being a very busy and special mother and wife.She worked at Provo Nursing Home for about 12 years and Utah Valley Regional Hospital for 22 years.In 1999, Janet moved to Castle Dale where she lived until her death.Janet was the best mother that anyone could ever have.She was full of love, compassion and patience.She never knew a stranger and she was the prime example of what a mother, mother-in-law and grandmother should be.She dearly loved her family, especially her grandchildren.Janet did all she could for her family and was very proud of all of them. Janet is now reunited with her husband and family whom she has missed so very much.


Emery County Progress (Obituaries - May 25, 2004)

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Janet Frankie Hancock HurstJanet Frankie Hancock HurstCASTLE DALE-Janet Frankie Hancock Hurst, 72, passes away on Fri., April 30, 2004, at her home in Castle Dale.Janet was the oldest of three girls and one brother.She was born to Frank Daily and Thelma Blackley Hancock on July 2, 1929 in Pleasant Grove.Janet married Roy "Bud" W. Hurst on Dec. 18, 1948 in Provo, where they made their home.Janet was very active in the LDS church where she served in many callings ranging from Cub Scout leader to Stake Relief Society President.She had many jobs in the community in addition to being a very busy and special mother and wife.She worked at Provo Nursing Home for about 12 years and Utah Valley Regional Hospital for 22 years.In 1999, Janet moved to Castle Dale where she lived until her death.Janet was the best mother that anyone could ever have.She was full of love, compassion and patience.She never knew a stranger and she was the prime example of what a mother, mother-in-law and grandmother should be.She dearly loved her family, especially her grandchildren.Janet did all she could for her family and was very proud of all of them. Janet is now reunited with her husband and family whom she has missed so very much.


Emery County Progress (Obituaries - May 18, 2004)

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Janet Frankie Hancock HurstJanet Frankie Hancock HurstCASTLE DALE-Janet Frankie Hancock Hurst, 72, passes away on Fri., April 30, 2004, at her home in Castle Dale.Janet was the oldest of three girls and one brother.She was born to Frank Daily and Thelma Blackley Hancock on July 2, 1929 in Pleasant Grove.Janet married Roy "Bud" W. Hurst on Dec. 18, 1948 in Provo, where they made their home.Janet was very active in the LDS church where she served in many callings ranging from Cub Scout leader to Stake Relief Society President.She had many jobs in the community in addition to being a very busy and special mother and wife.She worked at Provo Nursing Home for about 12 years and Utah Valley Regional Hospital for 22 years.In 1999, Janet moved to Castle Dale where she lived until her death.Janet was the best mother that anyone could ever have.She was full of love, compassion and patience.She never knew a stranger and she was the prime example of what a mother, mother-in-law and grandmother should be.She dearly loved her family, especially her grandchildren.Janet did all she could for her family and was very proud of all of them. Janet is now reunited with her husband and family whom she has missed so very much.


Emery County Progress (Obituaries - May 11, 2004)

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Janet Frankie Hancock HurstJanet Frankie Hancock HurstCASTLE DALE-Janet Frankie Hancock Hurst, 72, passes away on Fri., April 30, 2004, at her home in Castle Dale.Janet was the oldest of three girls and one brother.She was born to Frank Daily and Thelma Blackley Hancock on July 2, 1929 in Pleasant Grove.Janet married Roy "Bud" W. Hurst on Dec. 18, 1948 in Provo, where they made their home.Janet was very active in the LDS church where she served in many callings ranging from Cub Scout leader to Stake Relief Society President.She had many jobs in the community in addition to being a very busy and special mother and wife.She worked at Provo Nursing Home for about 12 years and Utah Valley Regional Hospital for 22 years.In 1999, Janet moved to Castle Dale where she lived until her death.Janet was the best mother that anyone could ever have.She was full of love, compassion and patience.She never knew a stranger and she was the prime example of what a mother, mother-in-law and grandmother should be.She dearly loved her family, especially her grandchildren.Janet did all she could for her family and was very proud of all of them. Janet is now reunited with her husband and family whom she has missed so very much.


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