Janet Clyde

Janet Clyde (Wright)

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Company will use the information it collects to provide, without limitation, services and features to you and facilitate payment for any Donations between Campaign Organizers and Donors and provide information to Campaign Organizers and Campaign beneficiaries. Company will also use the information to measure and improve the Site, and to provide you with customer support.

Company may contact you with new or updated products or services, designs, routes, surveys, or other related announcements from time to time. You may opt-out of all communications except essential updates. Company may include Content in the e-mails sent to you.

Certain software applications and applets transmit data to Company. Company may not make a formal disclosure if it believes its collection of and use of the information is the obvious purpose of the Site or its related application. If it is not obvious that Company is collecting or using such information, it will disclose its collection to you the first time you provide the information.

Company may use the information collected to prevent potential illegal activities. Company may also use a variety of methods to detect and address anomalous activity and screen content to prevent abuse.

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  3. Company provides some public information to search engines. This information allows search engines to locate the Site. It also allows people to locate you on the Site using a major search engine. This does not mean all information you post on the Site may be accessed using a search engine.

  4. There are also times when Company may make certain Personal Information about you available to strategic partners or third parties. These companies may help Company process information, render services to you, manage and enhance customer data, provide customer service, assess your interest in products and services, or conduct research or satisfaction surveys. Without such information being made available, it would be difficult for you to use Company's Site and services.

  5. Company may also share Personal Information when it has a good faith belief it is necessary to prevent fraud or other illegal activity, to prevent imminent bodily harm, or to protect itself and you from people violating the Terms and Conditions of the Site. This may include sharing information with other companies, lawyers, and courts or other government entities.

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8. Business or Asset Transfer or Sale

Company may be sold, sell or buy businesses or assets of businesses, or merge with another business. In such transactions, Personal Information generally is one of the transferred business assets. Also, in the event that Company, a line of business of Company, or substantially all the assets of Company are transferred, Personal Information may well be one of the transferred assets. Company will make a reasonable effort to provide notice on the Site, and to notify you via e-mail to the most recent e-mail address that you have provided of any such change in ownership or control of your personal information.

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  2. Agreement with Policy and Continued Use of Site

    Unless stated otherwise, Company’s current Policy applies to all information that Company has about you, your account, and access to the Site. By using the Site, you consent to this Policy and having your Personal Information and data transferred and processed as described.


Please share your favorite memory of Janet to be included in a special keepsake book for the family.
Janet Wright Clyde passed away peacefully on March 26, 2023, while surrounded by her children and other family members in person and virtually. Her passing marks the end of her earthly journey, but not the end of her life or legacy.

She was born in Provo, Utah, on July 6, 1937, to Harold Matthew Wright and Genevieve Fugal and was the oldest of six siblings.

She graduated from East High School in Salt Lake City and attended Brigham Young University.

Janet epitomized motherhood and charity—the pure love of Christ. Many of her younger friends, grandchildren and great grandchildren considered her a second mother. They confided in her, and she lovingly helped them learn, grow, and overcome challenges. She strived to understand the cares and concerns of each family member and friend.

She had a gift for writing tender feelings of love and encouragement. She always sent personal messages in birthday cards every year to her siblings, children, grandchildren, great grandchildren, and many others.

She loved serving others, doing family history, making her delicious rolls and bread, listening to inspirational music, watching the family perform and sing, gardening, and going to family events and parties.

Janet married her high-school sweetheart and eternal companion, Allan Roy Clyde, on June 9, 1958, in the Salt Lake City Temple. Together, they raised 6 children, instilling in them faith in a loving Heavenly Father and understanding of the gospel of Jesus Christ, integrity, and the value of work. She encouraged them, often saying, “we can do hard things” which became a family motto and something she taught by example.

Janet was truly an angel on earth, a woman who was always looking for ways to serve others, a woman who cared for and loved those around her, and a woman of unshakeable faith. She served as a Primary President, Stake Primary President, Relief Society President, Primary Teacher, member of the ward choir and other service positions for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. She loved teaching children about the gospel of Jesus Christ and taught primary children even in her 80s. Her example and loving service inspired those around her to be better themselves and to understand that Heavenly Father loved them. She loved the Savior and showed what it means to follow Him. Serving others brought her true happiness.

Janet and Allan largely raised their children in Bedford, Massachusetts before moving back to Utah. She loved the history of the area and visiting the many historical sites with her family. She served valiantly in the Billerica Ward and maintained strong ties and friendships from that time throughout her life. She picked up and drove so many friends and friends’ children to church services and activities that it usually took her an hour or two to drive each way.

Her first and greatest love was being a wife, mother, grandmother, and great grandmother. She also worked hard at various jobs during her life. She served in the family computer business, Intelligent Systems, founded by her husband and later the software business Clyde Digital, founded by her husband and two oldest sons. She ran the office and did bookkeeping, learning to use computers before the personal computer was invented.

Later she become well known as the “bread lady” at ZCMI at the Orem University Mall. She would make fresh bread, demonstrating how to do it and advising what appliances to use. Many made a regular practice of going to ZCMI to have some fresh bread and talk to her. She loved jobs where she could socialize and help others. She also served at the church distribution center and Deseret Book for many years into her late 70s.

Janet suffered a cerebral stroke in September 2022 and despite her debilitating circumstances still smiled, shared priceless thoughts, and brought joy to those around her. She was determined in her words “to endure to the end.”

She is preceded in death by her husband, her parents, brother LeGrande Wright, son Daniel Clyde, daughter-in-law Lisa Clyde and brother-in-law Eldon LaVar Krantz. She is survived by her brother Richard Wright (Marge), sister Marilyn Krantz, sister Suzanne Rust (Joseph), brother David Wright (Kathy), sister-in-law Carol Wright and her children: Robert Clyde (Rebecca), Stephen Clyde (Emily), Deborah Simpson (Robert), Michael Clyde, Carolyn Clyde (Peter), daughter in-law Marcia Davis (James), 29 grandchildren, and 49 great grandchildren.

Funeral services will be held on Monday, April 3, 2023 at the Orem Sharon 1st ward building, 641 South 400 East, Orem, UT, 84097 at 11:00am. Family and friends may call from 6:00 to 8:00 pm on Sunday, April 2, 2023 at this same location or 9:30 to 10:30 am prior to the funeral services. Interment will be at East Lawn Memorial Hills, 4800 N. 650 E., Provo, UT. Condolences may be offered to the family online at A webcast of services will begin at 11:00 am, at

The family expresses deep appreciation to all those who offered support and prayers during difficult times and the many medical professionals who were involved in Janet’s care, including Dr. Jeffrey Ogden, Stonehenge of American Fork, Cedarwood of Sandy, Canyons Home Health and Hospice and the staff at Utah Valley Hospital.
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Service Details

  • Visitation

    Sunday, April 2nd, 2023 | 6:00pm - 8:00pm
    Sunday, April 2nd, 2023 6:00pm - 8:00pm
    Sharon 1st Ward
    641 South 400 East
    Orem, Utah 84097
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  • Second Visitation

    Monday, April 3rd, 2023 | 9:30am - 10:30am
    Monday, April 3rd, 2023 9:30am - 10:30am
    Sharon 1st Ward
    641 South 400 East
    Orem, Utah 84097
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  • Funeral Services

    Monday, April 3rd, 2023 | 11:00am
    Monday, April 3rd, 2023 11:00am
    Sharon 1st Ward
    641 South 400 East
    Orem, Utah 84097
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    In Loving Memory Of

    Janet Clyde

    July 6, 1937 - March 26, 2023

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Judene West

Posted at 10:18pm
Janet was such a special lady. I enjoyed her so much while she was here at Cedar Wood. She laughed so much and I grew to just adore her. I found out what a special mother she was because she had such wonderful children and grandchildren I also grew to love many of them I have missed them. I also am so happy she is with her husband. I got to know Carolyn and Peter. Such a wonderful couple. I thank Heavenly Father for the short time I had with her.

Marilyn Wright Krantz

Posted at 12:27pm
Inasmuch as I have known Janet my whole life, I have a hundreds (a lifetime) of memories about her! How blessed I have been to be her sister!

Janet, "graduated with honors" to the next phase of her life a month ago (on March 26, 2023.) As I share some of my favorite memories of Janet, I HONOR HER and PAY TRIBUTE TO HER FOR A LIFE WELL LIVED.

Words cannot express how much I already miss being in person with my darling sister or just hearing her sweet voice on the phone.
But, on the other hand, words cannot express how happy I am for her!
I am comforted by the thought that she is no longer in pain; that she "is herself" again; and that she is happily reunited with Allan and many other loved ones.

JANET HAS HAD A PROFOUND EFFECT FOR GOOD ON ME AND ON EVERYONE WHO HAS KNOWN HER. What an amazing, fun-loving, intelligent, hard-working, kind and Christ-like person she was. I will be forever grateful for her righteous example and for the many things she taught me.

I. FOR AS LONG AS I CAN REMEMBER, I HAVE LOOKED UP TO JANET AS MY "ROLE MODEL." I was always very proud of her beauty & grace, her accomplishments and her integrity.


A. Violin Playing
My desire to play the violin started when Janet began learning to play the violin in a beginning string class at school when she was in the fourth grade. I liked to hear her practice the violin and I loved attending her orchestra concerts. Three years later, when I became a fourth grader, my dream and great desire to learn to play the violin came true! I was so excited!

If Janet had continued playing the violin (and had taken private violin lessons), I believe that she could have been an outstanding violinist. However, when she was in the 8th or 9th grade, a new passion entered her life: acting. She was in several school plays, and was, in fact the "star" of one of them. Janet had a natural gift for acting!

On the other hand, my main passion was (and continues to be) playing the violin.
Not only did I fall in love with the violin from the moment I began playing it, but more importantly, it was through my violin playing that I was blessed to meet, fall in love with and eventually marry LaVar Krantz! I was also blessed to become mother to LaVar's 4-year-old daughter, Valerie, on the day LaVar and I were married. During the next eight years, LaVar and I were blessed to welcome Laurilyn, Rosalie and Norman into our family. Perhaps, my marriage to LaVar happened by chance; but I choose to think that is was truly meant to be!

LaVar and I enjoyed “violin-ing” together for almost 50 years - until he passed away on December 31, 2010.
Our four children play the violin. Laurilyn and Rosalie play professionally; and I am proud to admit that they play much better than I do.
Most of our grandchildren have learned to play the violin; and several of them have become very accomplished violinists!

JANET STARTED ALL OF THIS simply because she learned to play the violin in the first place! Thank you, dear sister!

B. Teaching
1. Picture Library
When Janet was in her mid-teens, she began collecting pictures and "filing them by subject" in paper sacks. She got many pictures from magazines that my parents had read and were going to discard (the pictures in "Life" Magazine were especially wonderful.) She also got beautiful pictures from Church magazines: the "Improvement Era" and the "Instructor" (a magazine published by the Sunday School.
Janet ended up with an impressive "library" of pictures, and she made good use of them when she taught children in Junior Sunday School.

2. Collection of Flannel Board Stories
Each "Instructor Magazine" contained the following items to use for flannel board presentations: 1. figures to cut out & mount with flannel and 2. the story.
These flannel board presentations were absolutely wonderful. Janet had them "filed" by subject; and she regularly used them when she taught her Junior Sunday School class.
When she practiced the presentations, I often loved being her "audience."

When Janet started dating Allan, being with him was much higher on her priority list than collecting pictures was; so, I volunteered to be the picture "cutter-outer" and "cataloger."
When Janet and Allan got married, I "inherited" her collections. I made good use of them for many years in my school teaching and church teaching. In fact, I still have many of the pictures from the "Instructor."

I was happy to learn (or to be reminded) at her funeral, that Janet started collecting pictures again when her children were young.

3. Teacher
a. Janet started "teaching school" in 1947 when she was only 10-years-old! She and Richard & I played “school” in a storage room at the very back of our basement. There was only enough "school space" for the three of us. Our "school" sessions were held randomly during the next two years (until Janet was about 12-years-old) and they lasted about an hour.

Inasmuch as Janet was the teacher and the one "in charge," she informed Richard and me when we would have "school." As I look back, I marvel at Janet's natural talent for being an effective teacher at such a young age! For one thing, she was very organized! She knew exactly what she would teach us or what activities we would do, because she had planned ahead of time! (Actually, Janet was very organized in all aspects of her life.) As a teacher, she was patient and kind; but she expected us to behave (such as raising our hand if we wanted to speak.) Richard and I actually learned a lot from her!
What precious memories I have of being taught by Janet in our basement "school room!"

b. For part of the time that Allan was serving as a missionary, Janet served as a teacher in Junior Sunday School. Sometimes, instead of attending my own class, I sat in on her classes, because I loved to watch her teach and interact with the children. Janet was a gifted teacher; and she masterfully put her acting/speaking skills to work to keep her pupils engaged and captivated.

I "substituted" a few times for her when she was ill. She always had everything organized and ready to go, so it was easy for me to step in for her. Sadly, however, those sweet Sunday School children let me know that I wasn't nearly as good of a teacher as Janet was. Rather than letting that "true assessment" hurt my pride, I decided to do whatever it took to become a good teacher like Janet some day!

Well, that lofty dream and great desire came true after I graduated from the University of Utah in 1961 with a degree in Elementary Education.
I have loved being:
1. A school teacher (Salt Lake City, UT; Rochester, NY; and Honolulu, HI.)
2. A teacher to children and adults at church and -
3. A violin teacher!


C. Taking Care of Others
1. Babysitter
Janet was the most sought after and loved babysitter for the entire Colonial Hills Ward neighborhood!!! Sometimes, when she wasn't available to watch someone's children, I “subbed” in her place. The children I took care of let me know that, although I was an “OK” Babysitter, I didn’t begin to measure up to Janet!
I remember Janet lovingly giving me ideas about how I could improve and what I could do so that the children would respond better to me. Her advice not only helped me when I babysat, but it also helped me when I became a mother.

2. Caregiver
When our beautiful mother, Genevieve, could no longer care for herself, Janet became the "CEO" of her care.
a. Janet organized a binder that was divided into sections:
*. A list of medicines and vitamins; and when they were to be taken.
(Janet was usually the one who put these items into the medicine containers.)
*. Mom's medical history
*. Blank paper to write what took place at Mom's doctor appointments.
Janet took Mom to the majority of her doctor appointments, and she always had
a list of questions and concerns to bring up with the doctors.
*. Medicare and other medical insurance information
*. Phone numbers and addresses of family, neighbors and doctors.

Note: Whenever Mom was taken to the doctor or to the emergency room, the binder went along with her!

b. Janet prepared the following lists:
*. Times that paid care givers were scheduled to be with Mom.
*. Times that family members were scheduled to be with Mom.
(The scheduled family member usually brought a meal/meals for Mom.)

c. There was also a booklet for the caregiver to write a summary of how Mom did while they were with her.

d. A "guest book" for visitors to sign and to write comments.

e. A log to record phone conversations Mom had - and a summary of the conversation.

3. Janet also did much of the following:
a. Grocery shopping.
b. Ordering supplies and medicine.

What I say now, is remarkable. Although Janet lived farther away from our mother than the rest of us, it seems that she spent more time with Mom than anyone else! I know that she spent way more time with Mom than I did!
Janet was an angel to our mother: kind & gentle; patient & empathetic; and compassionate & loving. What a great example she was for the rest of us to follow!

1. Because I incorporated most of everything that Janet did for Mom into what I did to care for my sweet husband, LaVar, during the last 18 months of his life.
a. As I patterned my "lists" after Janet's, I felt like I had everything under control.

Note: Even now, whenever I have gone to the emergency room, had a hospital stay or have traveled, my booklet containing important medical and personal information has always gone with me; and it never fails to impress the doctors and nurses.

b. More importantly, as I tried to be calm and stress-free around LaVar (as Janet had been with our mother), it helped LaVar to feel "safe" and peaceful & comforted. Having that sweet, peaceful atmosphere in our home was a huge blessing to both of us.

2. More recently, I had the blessing of spending time with Janet in apartment 212 at Cedarwood.
a. Although she "lived in her own little world" much of the time for the last couple of months of her life, there were moments when she "was herself." We had lovely conversations and we enjoyed sweet, tender moments with each other.

b. I loved how Janet was excited and happy to see me when I walked into her apartment to start my "shift;" and it warmed my heart each time she thanked me for helping her (small and simple things such as just giving her some water or rubbing her back.)

c. I am deeply grateful for the opportunity I had to serve & care for and to interact with Janet in the same manner that she served & cared for and interacted with our mother.
Just think of it! JANET WAS STILL MY "ROLE MODEL" as I cared for her during the last months of her life.

I wouldn't be surprised if I "look up to her" as my "role model" in the coming days and years until I get to be with her again.

II. Unfortunately, I was not the perfect sister to Janet that she was to me. I would never qualify to be her "role model!" I did naughty and selfish things that I am not proud of; but I chuckle when I remember my "sins" and sigh with relief when I think of how the situations were resolved.
A. Paper Dolls
1. Paper dolls were very popular in the 1940's and 1950's. Janet had a nice collection of them; and I had so much fun when Janet and I played together with her paper dolls.
2. Whenever she got a new paper doll, I remember watching her cut out the doll clothes with great care and precision.
3. Janet was very organized in storing her paper dolls. She put the cardboard doll (sometimes dolls) and its paper clothes in boxes or sacks or envelopes. She wrote the name of the doll on the container. She took very good care of her dolls and their clothes.
4. As I already mentioned, Janet and I had fun playing with her paper dolls; but she let me know (in no uncertain terms) that I was never to play with her dolls when she wasn't with me.
Well, one day, when two of my friends were at my house, I bragged about Janet's paper dolls and I ended up by "breaking Janet's commandment!" Yes, I got some of Janet's paper dolls out and my friends and I had a great time playing with them. Sadly, my friends, (who hadn't been taught by Janet how to handle paper clothes gently - as I had been taught), tore some of the doll clothes! When I eventually saw the damaged clothes, I was distraught.
Understandably, Janet was very unhappy and angry with me: and rightly so! Even though I hadn't torn the clothes, it was still my fault that they were damaged.
As I recall, our father - who was made aware of my disobedience to Janet and of the paper clothes casualties - disciplined me in his traditional manner. I deserved it; and I never got into her dolls again.

B. The Black Jumper with a Candy-cane Striped Blouse (and other clothes.)
When I was in Jr. High School and Janet was in High School, I wore some of Janet's clothes to school - knowing full well that she didn’t want me to!! In my defense however, my 13-or-14-year-old self wanted to be just like Janet in every way; and that included "looking like her!" I reasoned that since Janet looked so pretty in her beautiful clothes, I could be pretty like her - but only if I wore those same clothes!

These are Janet's clothes that I loved the most:
1. A black jumper with a pink candy-cane striped blouse. I loved this outfit the VERY MOST.
(There is an adorable picture (of Janet wearing the jumper and blouse ) in the slide show that was prepared for her viewings last month!
2. A pleated wool skirt, and -
3. Her Jantzen sweaters - especially a pink one!

Well, she went to school before I did and she usually got home after I did! I would sneak around the house with my coat on, so that Mom and Dad wouldn’t notice that I was wearing Janet's clothes. I was so bad!

In spite of the times I did get away with my deception, there were a few times that Janet realized what I had been doing; and she told me to "stop it!!!"
Oh, where was my integrity? Why did I continue to wear her clothes when she didn't want me to?

I'm sure that my selfish behavior was very upsetting and frustrating to Janet; and so (probably out of desperation) she did something that finally cured me of my obsession for wearing her clothes: SHE wore MY brown jumper with a yellow blouse without my permission!!! I was SO UPSET!!! Serves me right, huh?


III. On October 2, 1961, I wore Janet's beautiful and elegant wedding dress (with her permission and blessing this time) for my own wedding!!

I knew that it was part of the plan for me to wear her wedding dress some day; but at the time of her upcoming wedding, Janet conferred with the seamstress regarding its design; and her wedding dress was created to her specifications. It is one of the most beautiful wedding dresses I have ever seen; and I was thrilled to wear that elegant, fairy princess dress on the day I married my Prince Charming.

(By the way, I have that beautiful dress in one of my closets. Who knows? Maybe one of Janet's or my grandchildren or great grandchildren will want to wear it for their wedding!)

IV. Janet was such a sweet big sister to often invite me to "hang out" with her and her friends. I felt so grown up when I was with them. However, I feel embarrassed and ashamed whenever I recall "hanging out" with Janet and her friends one particular summer evening. I have to say that THEY WERE ANYTHING BUT DESIREABLE "ROLE MODELS" for me at the time!
Here is what happened:
As we were driving around, we noticed that there was a meeting going on at a “Holy Roller” church on 13th South and (9th East?) Out of curiosity, we decided to go to that meeting. We had high hopes of seeing people rolling around on the floor and doing other strange things!

Well, instead of us witnessing such spectacles, we "outsiders" become spectacles as we stared at the people and sat on the edge of our seats waiting for "the show" to begin. After we had been there for only 15 minutes or so, a member of the congregation very kindly – but very firmly – told us to leave. So, we did; but we were mad! As we drove past the church (which had its doors and windows open) we giggled as we loudly sang “We Thank Thee O God for a Prophet.”

What were we thinking? We were so bad!

I remember telling our father about what we did, and he was NOT at all happy with us! He ended up giving me and Janet a loving, but very stern lecture about the importance of having respect for the dignity and beliefs of other people. Although I don't remember for sure, Daddy probably asked us if we thought that Jesus would have behaved like we did; and of course, the answer would have been a resounding "NO!" In any case, I remember that a lot of tears were shed that night as we told our father how sorry we were. We were so ashamed that we had disappointed him by behaving so unkindly and spitefully.

We never did anything like that again.

V. Here are a few other random, but sweet memories I have of Janet:
A. When she was a "MIA Maid" in Mutual, Janet gave a talk in the Tabernacle for the General MIA June Conference. She prepared a beautiful talk - which she memorized! She looked beautiful and confident, and her voice was sweet and expressive! I was very proud of her!

B. Sometimes, we ended our evenings at Mutual with a fun dance in the Cultural Hall. Everyone loved to watch Janet and Allan dance. They were the best dancers - the "stars" - of the Colonial Hills Mutual! They were especially good at dancing "The Jitterbug.”

For many years (each June) the General Church MIA put on amazing Dance Festivals at the University of Utah Stadium. Our stake (Hillside Stake) was invited to participate one or two of the summers that Janet and Allan were still in Mutual; and they were among the dancers chosen by the Stake. Although there were many dancers on the field, I was still able to spot Janet and Allan!

I was so touched to see a clip of them dancing (when they were in their 70's?) in the slide show that was made for Janet's viewings last month.
C. When Janet and Allan got married, it was the happiest - but also the saddest - day of my life so far. I was happy for Janet and Allan, but I was very sad that I was losing my roommate!
1.Never again would I wake up to the sound of my beloved older sister chewing carrots in bed.
2. Never again would I be able to use her great make-up.
3. Never again would I be able to talk with her about boys (and other things) into the wee hours of the night.
4. Never again would we be able to sit at the kitchen table together to cut fruit or tomatoes when our family canned.
5. Never again would we go on family trips together.
6. Never again would we be able to go shopping for school clothes together.

D. Thank goodness, I still saw Janet quite often when I went to their apartment or when she and Allan came to our home for Sunday dinners.

It seems that no sooner had I adjusted to our new dynamic, than Janet and Allan moved to California in 1959. It was more than I could bear! It was a sad time for all of us.

However, when Janet and Allan had only been gone for a few months, the whole family (except for Richard - but including Marge) drove to Berkeley to be with them and baby Rob for Thanksgiving. We had so much fun!!

A few years later (October 1961), LaVar and I enjoyed spending some time with Janet and Allan while we were on our honeymoon to San Francisco.

My relationship with Janet had definitely changed by 1961, but what never changed is that she was still my beloved sister who I adored and who I loved to be with every chance I got.

E. I don't remember exactly when we started singing "The Indian Love Call,” but I do know that it was sometime in the 1960's when Janet's family and my family were in Salt Lake at the same time. Oh, my, we sounded awful as we sang the "you -ou -ou - ou - ou!" part of the song in harmony. LaVar was among those who heard our "debut" performance; and he said something like, "You sound like sick cows!" That "cracked all of us up!" It was so funny! We really did sound horrible!

When Janet and I were together again in the years that followed, we managed to embarrass ourselves (and everyone around us) by singing that song; and we always ended up laughing so hard that we cried! I think that it is my fault that we sounded as bad as we did, because Janet had a much better singing voice that I had!

Regardless of who was to blame for the "sick cow" sound, I will always cherish the memory of doing this crazy thing when we were in a happy, silly mood! It is one of my favorite memories.

F. LaVar and I moved back to Utah in February 1999; and one of the great blessings resulting from that move is that I was able to have frequent person-to- person contact with Janet and Allan and my other siblings and their spouses.

I have precious memories of being with my siblings (in-law's included) these past 24 years. I can't say enough about the deep respect and admiration I have for each one of them! They are some of the most loyal, supportive, gracious, and selfless people that I know. Even more importantly, they are some of the most righteous, virtuous and Christ-like people I have ever known. Their character and integrity are above reproach!

When I have been in the presence of these wonderful people, I have felt uplifted and inspired; and I have felt deep gratitude for the love and devotion we have for each other. It is a beautiful thing!

I will always cherish my memory of the last time we siblings (and in-law's) were together for lunch at Thanksgiving Point in August 2022 - just a few weeks before Janet had her stroke. Who would have known how everything would change in such a short time? I will be forever grateful for that last sweet time we had together.

Throughout her life, Janet brought great honor to our parents, Harold and Genevieve Wright. I wish I could have seen Mom and Dad embrace and welcome Janet (their first born) "home" as she stepped through the veil.

I hope that my words have been sufficient in my attempt to HONOR and PAY TRIBUTE to my wonderful sister, Janet: a valiant, elegant, remarkable, beautiful and loving woman and a beloved wife, mother, grandmother, great grandmother, sister, aunt and friend.

I love you, Janet.
Your loving and grateful sister,
Marilyn Wright Krantz.

Jennilyn Mauerman

Posted at 01:46pm
Janet will always hold a special place in my heart. Very soon after the family moved to Orem, Janet and I became visiting teaching partners. It was always a pleasure to go with her to visit our sisters and share gospel insights and build friendships. Then in about 1982 she was called to be the Ward Primary President and she asked me to be called as one of her counselors, along with Linda VanCott. I was expecting my eighth baby at the time. When our baby girl, Debbie, was born Janet and Linda came to visit me in the hospital and they gave Debbie a precious little pale green knit dress. Debbie and I still remember that dress as she had a photo taken wearing the dress at about 4 months old. I learned much from Janet's example. I remember inviting her years later, when I was serving in YW, to come speak to us. I can't remember the topic but I do remember some of the things see talked about. One was a memory of hers from the time she was in Mutual (as it was called in our day) and showing us her felt bandlo with all personal development activities she earned and sewed on her bandlo. All in all we've been friends about 43 years. As years went by we would check up on each other and our husbands and family. Janet was/is a very special gift to me in my life.

Love, Jennilyn Mauerman

Lisa k McComb

Posted at 01:58pm
What a beautiful tribute to Aunt Janet. She is truly an elect Lady and a true representation of Christ. I love her Lisa k McComb. From the family of H Scott Clyde


Posted at 10:27pm
Oh how I will miss seeing Janet outside in her yard. She loved her flowers and garden! I loved taking to her her voice was so sweet and always would be so interested in what you were doing. I am sure her reunion is so sweet with her family on the other side. You will be missed. Till we meet gain! 💕

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