Martie Merea Jensen Schofield

July 28, 1950 ~ November 5, 2020

Martie Jensen Schofield was born July 28, 1950, to Jack and Merea Jensen in Salt Lake City, Utah. She passed away on November 5, 2020, due to complications from COVID-19. Martie was a loving daughter, mother, grandmother, sister, aunt, and friend. She loved spending time outdoors with the people she cared about, whether it was camping, horseback riding, Dutch oven cooking, skiing, or snowmobiling. She had a green thumb in the garden, which overflowed with vegetables that she shared generously. Martie’s entertaining spirit, biting wit, and easy laugh will be deeply missed. A private graveside service for family and close friends (with masks and social distancing) will be held in the days to come.



Guestbook/Condolences

Hi "Martin" - It doesn't seem right that you are not here. I didn't understand the deep love Holly had for you. I remember the trips to the ranch - yak meat and all. Chasing an ostrich up the hills on horseback. So many memories of your quick wit and fun we had. I want you to know that it has been and honor to be able to be there for you all these years. Ivy was a giant in making certain you had the care you needed and Holly made certain you felt loved and involved with the family. And thank you for inviting us to the special events that you had at your place near Ivy's. Rest well. You are missed. PS. Mr. Richard will miss you too I love you - Richard

- Richard Kasteler
Auntie--I will miss you so much. I have so many wonderful memories of time spent with you that go back as far as any memory I have. You got me outside at a young age, took me to beautiful places, taught me about the world, and always shared so much. I will always keep you in my heart. Rest in peace Auntie.

- Chad Derum
Hi sis it’s me. Call me when you get this. Nearly every day we talked. I never lived in this world without a sister. I love you. I MISS YOU. See you soon. Get your blue polka dot dress ready. I only remember the great times. That’s all that really matters.

- Holly Kasteler
I miss you sister. I miss our outings. I miss our laughs. These are the first days of my life I haven’t had a sister. It feels so strange. So lonely. I only remember the good times. We had som GREAT times together. Love, Holly.

- Holly Kasteler