Wynn Rice

1947 ~ 2022


Viewing

Larkin Mortuary (260 East South Temple)
May 2, 2022 4:00 PM - 7:00 PM

Graveside Service

Evanston City Cemetery (526 County Rd, Evanston, WY 82930)
May 3, 2022 11:00 AM

Our wife, mom & grandma passed away April 27, 2022, after a long illness. Mom loved riding the motorcycle with dad, she and dad spent 50 years together touring the country. She also loves spending time at our family cabin, making Afghans for anyone who wanted them. and being with her family.

She is survived by her husband Larry, kids Karen (Sean) and Zane. Grandkids Shannon, Chance, Dylan, Kirstin and Aubrey and numerous nieces and nephews.

She is preceded in death by her parents Winston and Lucille Barber, sister Janet and son Wayne.

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For those who wish to view the recording of the services may do so here: https://us02web.zoom.us/rec/share/iS4m4EpU4XT-U3RV5TyFaUm0U6A3gKr1zUbEsZUejPd72WKmIC4Aoz1_76L7VDLc.GehuL-ANWLj5ZuZl
Services can be viewed for 30 days.


Guestbook/Condolences

Larry. Karen. and Sean , I’m so sorry for the loss of your wonderful wife -loving Mother and grandmother.
I considered her a dear friend and neighbor. I’ll always cherish our friendship and hope all the great memories you have together can sustain you till you meet again.


- Sharon Herd

My thoughts are with you and yours, some of my best memories are of the days we all lived in Utah. And your visits on the way to Sturgis were always high points in my life!! Blessed be all of you


- Bette Rice

I met Scott through my friend Rock Cerant senior year of high school (2013). I was going through a rough patch at that time with my parents divorce going on and other normal teen stuff. The first time I hung out with Scott I felt a kind of warmth that no other friend has ever shown me. Through the years we became very close and I looked up to him as he became sort of a mentor to me. I was able to share with him thoughts and feelings that I told no one else because he would simply listen. I remember Rock and I would surprise him at his high-rise in Hyde park where we would relax, make food, and come up with our own lyrics to songs! Those are the days and memories I will never forget.
Rest in peace Scott. Love you brother! Thanks for everything you taught me over the years. Can’t wait to give you a hug on the other side!


- Ari Kaplan