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  • Claralice Johnson Stubbs (February 19, 1929 - August 20, 2013)
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    Claralice Johnson Stubbs
    Claralice Johnson Stubbs
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    (OGDEN, Utah) - Claralice Johnson Stubbs passed away at her home in Ogden, Ut. on August 20, 2013 following a long illness. She was born on February 19, 1929 in Venice Ca. to Arnold S. Johnson and Lillis McBride. Mom grew up in Paragonah, Ut. and attended Parowan High School, graduating in 1947. Married William Mickelson Stubbs, later divorced.

    She is survived by her three loving children Geraldine Norwood and husband Dave, Marsha Vi, and William Jeff Stubbs and wife Cathy; loving grand­mother to 14 grandchildren and 17 great-grandchildren with 2 great-grandchildren on the way; brother Garr Johnson, step-brother Earl Spencer, several nieces and nephews, dear friend Cindi Wright, and her beloved feline companion Cassie. She was preceded in death by her parents, brother Jack (Johnny) Johnson, sister Elaine Rodabough and hus­band Sid.

    Mom was known by many titles, but her favor­ites, which she earned with love and devotion, were: Mom, Grandma, Grammie Whitehair, Bubbie, Aunt Clare, Sister, and friend. She was known for her great wit, intelligence, kindness and fierce devotion to her family.

    She believed in hard work, taught that work ethic to her children, and never started a job that she didn’t finish. She began her first job at the age of 12, standing on a crate to reach the sink to wash dishes. After working at many jobs throughout her life, she re­tired from First Security Insurance where she was a well-respected personal lines insurance sales/service representative.

    Mom had many hobbies including gardening, paint­ing, music, dancing, and caring for her pets. She enjoyed reading, traveling, family history, and took pride in making her home a place where family and friends wanted to be.
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