Donal Bernard Hutchison, 78, passed away from the effects of pancreatic cancer on Saturday, Oct. 28, 2006. Since childhood, he was always known as Huck by his friends and associates.
Huck was born in Ogden, Utah, on Sept. 19, 1928, to Bernard Hutchison and Lillian Agnes Nielsen Hutchison. After his mother’s divorce and remarriage, he became particularly fond of his stepfather, Franklin LeRoy Monson.
He graduated from Ogden High School in 1946 and, after serving in Korea with the U.S. Army, entered the University of Utah. He graduated in 1952 with a degree in business administration. He worked for many years for First Security Bank. He was a past president of the Ute Club, past president and past treasurer of the Ogden Chapter of the American Institute of Banking, and past president of the Ogden Junior Chamber of Commerce.
After living in Ogden for many years, he became a well known resident of Park City. He was the owner of Summit County Title Company and a partner in Gaydos Investments, LLC. He happily retired after selling his business interests.
He was an enthusiastic skier and tennis player, but his primary joy was golf, at which he excelled. He was an honorary member of The Jeremy Golf and Country Club and played there regularly. All of his golfing buddies "The Fossils" and his friends will greatly miss him.
He was preceded in death by his father, mother and stepfather. He is survived by his half-sister Constance Hadlock of Bountiful, Utah.
A memorial service was held at the Jeremy Clubhouse on Friday, Nov. 17, 2006.
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