Dorothy “Lois” Gerrard Mabey

September 8, 1928 ~ March 20, 2021


March 27, 2021
10:00 AM - 11:15 AM
15429 Iron Horse Blvd, Bluffdale, Utah
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    March 27, 2021
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    Lois was born September 8, 1928, in Salt Lake City, Utah to David Ruxton Gerrard and Atha Beasley. Lois graduated from West High School, attended LDS Business College, and began working at Montgomery Ward where she met Grant Mabey. They were married on June 9, 1949. Marriage later solemnized in the Salt Lake Temple.
    Lois was an active member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, where she served in many positions including Young Women’s President and Relief Society President.
    Lois spent many years of her life working as her husband’s assistant in their office at the JC Penney Building in Salt Lake. During the eight years Grant served on the Salt Lake City Council, Lois was always there to help carry the load. Grant and Lois worked as a team, providing endless hours of service to church, community and family. They were rarely seen apart. But the most important thing to them, in spite of all of their accomplishments, was their family.
    Lois left us on March 20, 2021, to join her husband Grant and other loved ones who have gone on before. She is survived by her daughter Paulla (Brinton) Webb, sons Brad (Terry), Todd (Sherri), twelve grandchildren, and many great-grandchildren, nieces, nephews, and other loved ones.
    Lois was preceded in death by her husband Grant, parents, brothers Elvin and Ray, sisters Mildred Watchorn Million and Betty Gerrard, who died as an infant. Lois will truly be missed by all.
    Funeral services will be held Saturday, March 27, 11:30 am, at the Bluffdale Utah South Stake Center, 15429 Iron Horse Blvd, with a viewing prior starting at 10:00 am. Those wishing to watch the services remotely may do so with the following link: Interment – Wasatch Lawn Memorial Park at 3:00 pm, 3401 So. Highland Drive, Salt Lake City, Utah.
    A special thanks to the staff at Riverton Beehive Home for their care given to Lois.


    Your mother was a very sweet lady, she always made me feel very special and important when I would come to visit her, I enjoyed talking with with her she always talked about her children and grandchildren you could tell she loved all of you very much, she will truly be missed but it’s nice she’s with the love of her life again ❤️

    - Murf and Jolene Norton
    Our prayers go out to the family of this wonderful women and our dear friend. We will miss our almost daily phone calls with her. She has been such and example to us and will always be remembered. She was always so kind and encouraging. She will be greatly missed but we also know she is with her wonderful husband that she so longed to be with. We love you

    - Duane Anderson and Doris Anderson
    Dear Paula, and family, We are truly sorry to read of your mom's passing and offer our most sincere condolences. She was a wonderful lady! We remember her kindness and service. We love you mom and your dad! They have left such an amazing legacy. We just now found out about her passing. We just happened to look under Larkin for someone else's obituary, and then found Lois'. Regretfully, neither one of us can attend the funeral, but you will all be in our prayers. May Heavenly Father bless you.

    - Art and Charlotte Van Tielen