Earlene Lloyd Clyde, born Oct. 8, 1928 in Murray, Utah, was the daughter of Aritha Murdock and Earl G. Lloyd. Raised in Utah and recently a resident of Mesquite, Nev., Earlene passed away Dec. 1, 2005, at the home of her sister in Kamas, with her loving family beside her. Earlene attended high school in Heber City at Wasatch High, where she participated in multiple sports for the school. In 1948, Earlene married James W. Clyde in Heber City and they moved to Logan while Jim attended Utah State. Earlene and Jim had three sons, Richard Don Clyde (deceased), James Lloyd Clyde of Kennewick, Wash. and Matthew Lloyd Clyde of Hooper, Utah. James W. Clyde passed away in 1985 and Earlene married Don C. Anderson in 1991 (later divorced). Earlene is survived by her two sons, Matt Clyde and Jim (Tomoko) Clyde; eight grandchildren: Jamie, Zach, Terra, April, Cody, Jake, Krystal and Sasha Clyde; two great grandchildren, Tristen and Cheyenne Clyde; one daughter-in-law, Eunice Chadwick; three sisters: Lanae Fitzgerald, Deaun Balliger, Nadine (Chet) Aiken; two brothers, Ray Lloyd and Wayne (Joyce) Lloyd; and one sister-in-law, Glenna Lloyd. Earlene was a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter -day Saints. She also sang with the Heber Valley Choralettes, was a member of the Heber Valley Woolgrowers auxiliary and, as one of the founding members of the Heber Valley Saddlettes, was an accomplished equestrian. Always active in multiple sports, Earlene was a successful bowler, ice skater and golfer. She loved fishing, home decorating, singing and horse-related activities. In the past 20 years, Earlene often participated in organizing and playing tournament golf in Utah and Nevada, taking home more than her share of trophies and club championships. Always extremely outgoing and enthusiastic, Earlene will be remembered for her kindness to others, love of family, generosity, competitiveness and absolute enjoyment of life. A viewing will be held Saturday, Dec. 3, at the Heber City Ward Stake House, 200 West 150 North, from 11:45 a.m. to 12:45 p.m. The Memorial Service will take place at the church at 1 p.m., followed by burial in the Midway City Cemetery.
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