January 20, 1951 - October 28, 2011
It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of our beloved mom Nancy Ann Everett Butters, in the early morning hours of Friday October 28th, 2011. She is survived by John M. Butters Jr., her loving husband of 18 years. She has three children, Son Kaleiki Sedillo and wife Kelma and their four kids Tristan, Kaileah, Jaydan and Malakai. Daughter, Naneki Pela and husband Tevita and their four kids Jale, Talei, Joeli and Manasa. And daughter Noelani Sedillo and her son Isaia. Also survived by older brother Leroy E. Everett II and his wife Susan and their two sons Randy and Chad Everett. Mom built a strong and loving family. John has five children, oldest being Joseph Butters and wife Terry and their five kids, John, Tommy, Mark, Sarah and Tarrah. Daughter, Jeannee Taylor and husband John Taylor. Son, Joel Butters and wife Liz and their two sons Patrick Butters and wife Adrianne and two kids Gavin and John. And Jeffrey Butters and wife Jennifer and two daughters Mackenzie and Audrey. Son, Josh Butters and wife Debbie and their three kids Jordan, Jessica and Jennifer. And son Jody Butters. Mom was also blessed with a son Auono Laumua and wife Lani and their four kids Cierra, Amelia, Dre and SoiMavi. Mom was born January 20th, 1951 in Salt Lake City, Utah, to Leroy E. Everett and Dorothy Petersen Everett. She graduated from Cyprus High School 1969. She then went on to Dixie Jr. College in St. George, Utah and graduated 1972. She also studied one year at Southern Utah University before getting married and starting a family. Moms greatest joy in life was her beautiful grandchildren and great grandchildren. She was without a doubt their biggest fan. Always making a point to be at all school and sporting activities. Mom was a woman of many talents, from cooking to sewing, ceramics and gardening. She could take any dead plant and in a matter of weeks she would have it looking beautiful. She had a gift for making everything fun. She would turn ordinary throw away items into fun, exciting things. Growing up all our friends quickly became family and never hesitated to turn to mom because she was always there with a smile and a hug that would simply melt away any burden. Moms door was always open taking in many as her own. She never complained how hard she worked or however many mouths she had to feed. All she ever wanted was for everyone to feel loved and important. Her love was unconditional which is the reason everyone knew her as just “Mom“. Mom was diagnosed on September 1st, 2011 with Cancer. She received two treatments of Chemo and with no success her Dr’s released her to hospice care on October 14th, 2011. She fought all the way through till the last seconds of her life. We couldn’t be more proud to say Nancy Ann Butters was our mom. Mom was our only constant. She was always there smiling through tears because everything in life overflowed her heart with happiness!! She was always the first we called in good and bad times. Mom you will be greatly missed. Your love and compassion has strengthened our souls. It is our honor to have you as our mom and its our privilege to pass on your love and compassion to all we come in contact with. Our families would like to express our sincerest appreciation to all family, friends and medical staff. We are eternally grateful for all friends and families prayers and visits in these last few months. We would like to give a special thanks to Home Depot and Hospice for going above and beyond anything we could have ever asked for. A Viewing will be on Wednesday, November 2, 2011 from 6:00 to 8:00 pm at the LDS church located at 5000 W. Pavant Ave., WVC, UT. Funeral Services will be at 12 noon on Thursday, November 3, 2001 at the church will viewing at 10:00 to 11:45 a.m. Burial will follow the services at the valley View Cemetery in WVC.
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