Obituary — Nathan E. Belcher
Tremonton, UT — Nathan E Belcher, beloved husband, father, brother and son, passed away at his home on August 6, 2008 at the age of 37 after a courageous battle with late stage melanoma.
Nathan was born June 29, 1971 to Vernon H. Belcher and Celia (Eldredge) Belcher and was raised in Midvale, Utah. He married Julie Conover in the Bountiful, Utah Temple on November 7, 2003 and lived in Tremonton, Utah.
Nathan was an active member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, and served his church in many capacities including as a missionary in the Auckland, New Zealand Mission.
Nathan earned his bachelor’s degree in education from Weber State University and his master’s in education administration from the University of Utah. Nathan served as a business teacher at Wasatch Junior High School and Box Elder Middle School. Nathan was a gifted teacher and loved teaching today’s youth. Nathan was favored by many, many students and looked forward to working as a school administrator.
Nathan was a wonderful husband and father who loved spending time with his wife Julie and sons McKay and Aidan. His sons loved riding the 4-wheeler with him, watching him work on projects around the house, and being with him. Nathan loved being outdoors, especially in the mountains, where he enjoyed snowboarding, snowmobiling, riding 4-wheelers and driving his jeep.
Nathan is survived by his wife Julie, sons McKay (age 2) and Aidan (5 months), parents Vern and Celia, and siblings Ryan, Corbett, Natalie, Jared, Heidi and Austin and their families.
"I wish to thank all of those who loved, prayed, and supported me and my family during this difficult time. I love my wife and my boys very much and look forward to being with them again." – Nathan
Services will be held Saturday, August 9, 2008 at 10:00 a.m. at the LDS South Stake Center at 1150 S. Tremont St., Tremonton, Utah. Friends and family are invited to a viewing on Friday evening from 6:00-8:00 p.m. at the Rogers & Taylor Funeral Home at 111 North 100 East, Tremonton, Utah and one hour prior to services at the LDS South Stake Center. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to The Nathan and Julie Belcher Family.
On-line condolences may be expressed at http://www.rogersandtaylor.com
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