Carolyn Webb Guymon
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May 15, 1935 ~ February 16, 2018

Carolyn Webb Guymon passed away from pneumonia on February 16, 2018 at Blue Mountain Hospital in Blanding, Utah.

Carolyn was born on May 15, 1935 to Earl and Deborah Webb in Idaho Falls, ID. Carolyn was the oldest of three children, with one sister (Julia) and brother (Scott).

She grew up in Logan, UT, graduating from Logan High School.

After graduation, she began to attend Utah State Agricultural College.

At Utah State, she met Richard Duane Guymon. They were sealed for timer and all eternity on September 14, 1955 in the Logan LDS Temple.

They were blessed with five children: Debbie, Kelly, Richard Brent, Suzanne and Donald.

Richard and Carolyn made Blanding their home for over 62 years.

Richard preceded Carolyn in death on June 5, 2015. They were married for 59 years.

Carolyn taught hundreds of children to play the piano for 30 years. Later in life, she served as a recreational therapist at the Four Corners Care Center and San Juan Hospital.

She served in the Relief Society and Primary programs and helped support her three sons on LDS Church missions. Carolyn and Richard saved money and were able to assist their grandsons in their missionary service.

Many friends were blessed with hot pads and afghans which Carolyn crocheted by hand.

She is preceded in death by her husband Richard, mother, father, and brother Scott.

She is survived by Debbie, Kelly, Richard Brent (Marsha), Suzanne (Boni), and Donald (Pamela), 14 grandchildren, 13 great grandchildren, and sister Julia.

A funeral for Carolyn will be held on February 23 at noon at the Blanding LDS Stake Center (88 W 800 N). Viewings will be held at the Stake Center on Thursday from 7 to 8:30 p.m. and on Friday from 10 to 11:30 a.m. Interment will follow at the Blanding City Cemetery.

The family would like to thank Debbie for her service taking care of mother during her later years.

The family would also like to thank the staff at Blue Mountain Hospital for their care.
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