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Carol Ann Greenwell Dietz
"Mamma Bear"

10/31/1935 - 11/27/2019

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Carol was born October 31, 1935 in Ogden, Utah and died peacefully in Riverton, Utah on November 27, 2019. Her parents were Clyde P. Greenwell and Ruth Leonard. She married Tom Dietz in 1956 and together they raised a family of four children.

Carol was a supportive and protective mom. She was an excellent cook and an immaculate housekeeper. She also worked as a phlebotomist at LDS and Cottonwood Hospitals. Carol loved to bowl and travel, she was a talented singer and would delight the family at Christmas singing “O Holy Night”. She made her kids laugh with her impersonation of a witch at Halloween. She loved her children and grandchildren and they loved her. She was a wonderful Relief Society President and close friend to the ward family.

Carol is survived by her sister Kathy Frew and newly found brother Giles Crowton and his wife Linda, her brother Johnny (Sherri) and children, daughter Susie (Mark) and sons Matt (Temple), Billy (Christie), and husband Tom. She is preceded in death by her parents and daughter Cindy.

The family would like to thank Rocky Mountain Riverton Care and Rocky Mountain Hospice for their excellent care.

Funeral services will be held on Tuesday, December 3, 2019 at 11:00 a.m. at Larkin Sunset Gardens Mortuary, 1950 East Dimple Dell Road (10600 South). A visitation will be held from 10:00 – 10:45 a.m. prior to services at the mortuary. Interment will take place at the Larkin Sunset Gardens Cemetery following services.

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  • Dear family, I’m sorry that I won’t be there but I want you to know how much I love her. She was my big”sister” since I was 11 years old. Tom and Carol open their home to us so graciously when we came to visit with six noisy children. She was always kind and sweet to us. She will be missed here on earth but I am sure she is happy to be reunited with her family and friends on the other side if the veil. Love ,the Oliveros family

    — Ruth oliveros
  • So sorry to read of your wife’s passing. We think of you often and have sweet memories of you.

    I, Tony as a friend and associate in our world of medicine.

    I, Florence as being your patient and friend, and your loving kindness to Jay in his illness.

    We send our prayers and comfort in the coming days and weeks. When you have a minute please let us know how you are doing. I hope you still have your place here in St. George, we’d love to spend a lunch with you and visit.

    Love Tony and Florence

    — Tony and Flo Anderson

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