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1933 Charlene 2017

Charlene Dolbow

April 10, 1933 — June 19, 2017

Charlene Joyce Dolbow

Born April 10, 1933 in Park City, Utah

Died June 19, 2017 in St. George, Utah

Loving Daughter of Charles W. Workman and Teresa Adele Georgio, Charlene was born into a family of pioneering stock. Her father’s family traced their proud heritage to the original settlers of the Salt Lake Valley. The family was also directed by Brigham Young to settle in California, where they founded the present city of Redding, California. Her mother’s family were recent immigrants from Northern Italy. This diverse and rich heritage served Charlene well during the span of her life, providing both a sense of pride, acceptance and understanding of others to her. Although her working life was spent in California, she always remained a proud daughter of Utah.

She was true to the faith of her fathers. Nothing was more central to Charlene’s life than her strong faith, and her relationship with her Savior Jesus Christ. Throughout her time on earth she remained an active member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints.  Serving in any calling or capacity asked of her, Charlene willingly gave her best in the service to others, both inside and outside of the church. She had a special love for music. She was a member of the Southern Utah Heritage Choir. This served as a great source of joy for Charlene as she participated in the growth, service and international exhibitions of this great organization.

Charlene is survived by her Daughter, Caron Lee Jones, four Grandchildren, Bryan Jones, Brent Jones, Skyler Hall, and Braden Jones. A Step Daughter, Tamara Peterson and family.

Funeral services will be held Saturday, June 24, 2017 at 2:00 pm at the LDS Chapel located on 930 S. Morningside Drive, St. George, Utah.  A visitation will be held at 1:00 pm at the same location. Interment will be at the Sanger City Cemetery, Sanger Texas.

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