Gaylyn Marie Stewart

June 26, 1947 ~ November 6, 2020


Nov. 12, 2020
11:00 AM - 1:00 PM
3963 S. Peachwood Dr. West Valley City, UT
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  • Gaylyn Marie Stewart was born June 26, 1947 in SLC, Utah, to Wendel and Marie Jensen. She married Larry David Stewart on January 22, 1971 and were sealed in the Salt Lake Temple January 2, 2003. Our loving mother and grandmother passed away November 6, 2020, joining her husband, parents, and older brother. She will forever be remembered by all who know and love her as a champion of what really matters. Selfless in her concern for everyone else’s well-being, she devoted her life to supporting her family - whenever, wherever, and however she could. Her impact - immeasurable, her example - unforgettable, and the hole left at her passing - unfillable.

    She is survived by 4 brothers, her 3 children, Todd (Cheri), Diana (Leny), and Holly (Micheal); 13 grandchildren, and 2 great-grandchildren. A public viewing will be held Thursday, Nov. 12, 6-8 p.m. at the LDS chapel (3963 S. Peachwood Dr. WVC, UT).

    Funeral services by invitation only will be held on Friday but can be viewed afterwards on YouTube under Gaylyn Stewart.
    Following the funeral, Interment will be at Larkin Sunset Gardens.


    Grandma, I miss you. I wish you were here today. I wish I could hug you forever because I miss you. On Christmas Eve of last year because I was missing you. When I went to you're house for the last time before you left this Earth, I just had thoughts of how much I want you at my wedding because I wanted you to watch me grow up. I wanted you to not leave and tell me you'll be okay. I wanted you to make it. I wanted so much as to see you come back home to your house. I hope you are watching over me and telling me you are okay and not in pain anymore. I love you so much. You are my best friend and I miss you. I know it hurts me to even think that you are gone but I also remember that God had to call you home. I wish you were around. I miss going grocery shopping with you. I miss doing all our fun things together. Me and my mom have matching Coca Cola sweatpants just for you. We love you grandma. I miss you. ❤️🥺😭😓😞😖😣💔.

    - Dawn