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Evelyn Davis Gibby

June 9, 1941 — August 22, 2022

Evelyn Zola Davis Gibby was born June 9, 1941. She was raised in Farr West, Utah on a dairy farm by hardworking, frugal, honest and loving parents, James and Zola Davis. Evelyn was taught to be kind, honest and to follow and love the Savior, Jesus Christ.


She married an extremely wonderful person. She and Richard Eldon Gibby were sealed in the Logan, LDS Temple on December 14, 1962. They raised, loved, played with and adored their five children: Greg, Darin, Andrea, Cameron and Devon. The only earthly goal of Richard and Evelyn was to rear a healthy, happy and loving family who also love the Savior.


Evelyn would like to thank Richard for always loving her and the children. He has worn himself out in the service of our Savior, his family and his fellowmen. He has been a great example of a worthy priesthood holder and is patient, kind and forgiving.


Thanks also to my many, many wonderful friends and extended family. We have had many great times together. Thanks for the laughter, serious talks and great insights that you have shared with me. I know these relationships will continue in the eternities.


Until we meet again.


In lieu of gifts or flowers please send a donation to the Utah Cancer Society so research can continue to fight the dreaded and unwanted disease of cancer.


The services will be at the Farmington Russon Mortuary 1941 North Main Street, Farmington, UT 84025. There will be a viewing Thursday, August 25th from 6:00 – 8:00 and a viewing Friday, August 26th from 12:30 – 1:30 followed by services at 2:00. The services will also be streamed on Russon Mortuary and Crematory Facebook and on this obituary as well.

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