Anette Tobler

Anette Tobler

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Anette Pendleton Tobler, 94, of American Fork, Utah, passed away on 25 January 2021 at her home.

The viewing will be held at Bunkers Mortuary 11am, Friday, February 19, 2021 located at 925 N Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV.

A Graveside service will be held 12:30pm, Friday, February 19, 2021 at Memory Gardens, Memorial Park located at 7251 West Lone Mountain Rd. Las Vegas, Nevada. Burial to follow service. Arrangements are by Bunkers Mortuaries.

Anette was born at her Grandparent’s home in Washington, Utah to Anthony and Zella Pendleton on July 18, 1926. She attended elementary, high school and Jr. College at St. George, Utah. She graduated from Dixie Jr. College with an associate degree in science. She married Harold Dale Tobler on November 9, 1946 in St. George, Utah in the St. George Temple. She was a wife, mother of six children and helped in her husband’s accounting business. She was active in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints including serving as Primary President, Relief Society Counselor/Secretary and Visiting Teacher. She was loved by all who were acquainted with her because of her sincere concern and interest in those she knew and met. She was sensitive to others needs, especially within her family. Family was the most important thing in her life; her love was ‘a love without end’.

Anette is preceded in death by: husband, H. Dale Tobler; son, Michael D. Tobler; parents, Anthony & Zella Pendleton; brother, Tony Pendleton; sister, Mary (Pendleton) Bennion.

Anette is survived by: her children-JoAnne (Jerry) Blackburn; Michael’s wife, LaDonna Tobler; Wendy (Robert) Olsen; Dawn Marie (Gary) Wasden; Kim (Kathleen) Tobler; Tony (Sheila) Tobler, Brother-Keith (Beverly) Pendleton; Sister-Amelia Leany; Brother-in-law-Fenton Tobler; 27 grandchildren & 69(+5 expected) great-grandchildren.

Pallbearers & Honorary Pallbearers: Sons, Sons-in-law, & grandsons

Memorials may be given to the Hospice organization of your choice.

The family of Anette wishes to extend our sincere thanks for the services provided by Walker-Sanderson Funeral Home in Orem, Utah; to the staff at Dignity Home Health & Hospice of American Fork, Utah; Home Instead Senior Care of Provo, Utah; Mom’s friends at Mount Timpanogas Village Retirement Community; Her Ministering sisters, family members and all who helped to care for and allow her to stay in her home. It was her desire at the time she moved from Las Vegas, Nevada [where she had lived and raised her family for over 50 years] to American Fork, Utah in 2012, that she would not have to move again. Her health allowed her to live independently until this last year. Our family has been so very blessed by her life.
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