Della LaNondus Harward

Della LaNondus Harward (Carrell)

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Della LaNondus Harward (Nondie)

On May 19th, 2021, Della LaNondus Harward (Nondie), our beautiful mother, was finally reunited with her sweetheart and eternal companion. What a sweet and joyous reunion we know this was.

Nondie was born on January 26, 1939, in Ioka, Utah to George Franklin Carrell and Floral VaDella Howells Carrell. She was the fourth of five children. Nondie grew up in Orem, Utah and was of the first graduating class of Orem High School, where she was a Tigerette.

Nondie met Ted Harward when they were both students at Lincoln High School. They were married in the Salt Lake Temple on September 5th, 1957. They spent the first four years of their marriage in Amarillo, Texas where Ted served in the United States Air Force. Their remaining years were spent in Holladay, Utah and finally Orem, Utah, where they lived for 40 years.

Together Ted and Nondie had 7 children: Kyle (deceased), Bryan, Lisa, Jillanna
(Scott) Mansfield, Jeffrey (deceased), Kevin (Kiersten), and Melissa (Blair) Marshall. They currently have 20 grandchildren and 12 great-grandchildren.

Ted and Nondie were married for 50 years before Ted passed away from brain cancer. Nondie was his loving support and caregiver during his courageous battle.

Nondie's greatest joy came from her children, grandchildren, and her love of baseball. She began playing the piano when she was young and has played the organ in church since she was 12 years old.

Nondie will always be known by her family, friends, and caregivers as the sweetest and most genuine giver of compliments and encouragement. Even in her advanced stage of Alzheimers, her true character continued to shine through as she sought out others who needed her smile and love.

We express our deepest gratitude to the staff of Spring Gardens in Mapleton, especially the memory care workers, for the years of caring for and loving our mother.

A graveside service will be held Monday, May 26th, 2021, at 10 am at the Orem City
Cemetery with a family viewing preceding at the Walker Sanderson Funeral Home
Orem, Utah. Condolence and memories may be shared with the family online at
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    Monday, May 24th, 2021 | 10:00am
    Monday, May 24th, 2021 10:00am
    Orem City Cemetery
    1520 North 800 East
    Orem, Utah 84097
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Lars Lefgren

Posted at 03:51pm
LaNondas was one of the kindest women I ever knew. I remember how she would pick up Elaine Simons each work and sit with her at church. I also remember how kindly she spoke about her children and how she cared for her son. I also remember her love of sports. It seems like every time I knocked on her door in the evening, she was watching either a Rockies or Jazz game. I miss her.

Lars Lefgren

Dera Ascuena

Posted at 04:57pm
In tribute to my dear Aunt “Nondie,” my first and last impression of her have always remained the same; the beautiful, soft-spoken, kind, caring, and sunshine-bright disposition is how I would describe Nondie’s wonderful and perfect example of how to live. She was truly a joy to be around and always had a kind word and endless smile; it’s not a wonder Uncle Ted cherished every second of his life with her and their children. To their dear children, our cousins, we extend our love and prayers to each of you and hope that you may feel their peace and comfort as you are able to regain your sense of joy in knowing they love you and are not far from you. Sincerely, Cousin Debra (Roberts) Ascuena – Aunt DeVona (Harward) Roberts’ Family

Peggy Reid

Posted at 04:00pm
I remember meeting Aunt Nondie for the first time in Grandma Theo's kitchen. But before I actually met her, I had the privilege of seeing the engacement ring as Uncle Ted was showing it to Grandma and Grandpa before he proposed. I immediately was in love with Nondie. Yes she was the most gentle, loving and encourageing person...even to a young niece. Her voice was unique and her smile was constant. Her Name brings many happy memories to the surface. We sure loved your Mom and Dad and rejoice with you that they are together again and with their cherised children. We pray for your comfort many happy memories during the times ahead. Peggy Harward Reid...Marv's daughter.

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