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Alice Elaine Day

11/06/1928 - 03/07/2019

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Alice Elaine Day, 90, passed away peacefully March 7, 2019 surrounded by family. She was born in American Fork, Utah on November 6, 1928 to Albert and Delilah Whipple Rowley.
Funeral Services will be held Tuesday, March 12, 2019 at Larkin Sunset Gardens Mortuary, 1950 E. Dimple Dell Road (10600 S.) in Sandy beginning at 11AM. A viewing will be held at the same location one hour prior to services. Interment at Larkin Sunset Gardens.

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  • I have fond memories of Aunt Elaine. Her second husband was Robert D. Day, my Uncle Bun. Since Uncle Bun was several years younger than my father, my sister and I were in elementary school when Uncle Bun and Aunt Elaine married. We were so excited since we not only gained an aunt, but three cousins, Darlene, Mike and Bill who were just a few years younger than us. Uncle Bun and Aunt Elaine had a daughter they named Robin. Going to see Grandma from our home in Colton, CA became a lot more fun with cousins to play with and visit. Aunt Elaine was always a hard worker, both at home and in paid jobs. She also helped to care for Grandma Day, and Uncle Scott, the eldest child and son in the family when they needed assistance. She was a wonderful person and I am indeed fortunate that she graced my life. (Unfortunately, my husband, Steve, only got to meet her one time.)

    — Susan & Steve Teel
  • Our sincere condolences at the the passing of Elaine. She was a dear, sweet friend. I had the privilege of visiting her every month when she lived in the neighborhood and while she was living in Sunridge. She always had a joke or something funny to tell. She always seemed to have a smile on her face in spite of her pains. I will miss her sweet personality and joyful disposition. Our love and prayers for your family at this difficult time.

    — Karen Rees
  • I’m so sorry to hear about your mother. I didn’t get to know her until my early 20’s. I loved to hear her tell stories about my mother, LaVon and Chloe, when they were growing up in American Fork. I enjoyed our “coffee club”. I have such fond memories of both of your parents. I believe that there was a great party going on when she arrived home.
    It’s a terrible thing to lose your mother, no matter what age you are. Remember her with love…I know that I will.

    — Lisa Greene Jeppson