Jaye Lynn Robison

Jaye Lynn Robison (Monsen)

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Jaye Lynn Monsen Robison passed away peacefully on July 6, 2020 after a valiant battle with leukemia. She was born on October 9, 1959 to J and Lauretta Young Monsen in Cedar City, Utah. She was the second of seven children. On December 19, 1978, she started her eternal family with the love of her life, Mark Turley Robison, in the Salt Lake City Temple. They had six children.

Jaye Lynn was a dynamic woman. She was fiercely loyal to her family and friends, and was a trusted spouse, mother, sister, and friend throughout her life. She had a keen sense of right and wrong, and wanted nothing more than peace, but stood up for her beliefs, the ones she loved, and the Los Angeles Dodgers.

Jaye Lynn had a lifelong love of learning, which she passed on to her children. She loved to read, and was a student of history. She had a talent for sharing her passion for reading and learning with children, and after her own children were grown, she worked as a literacy specialist at Westridge Elementary School in Provo, Utah. She was very creative, and liked to sew and cross-stitch. Many of the things she created, including blankets, samplers, and family trees, will be beloved by her family for generations as keepsakes.

Travel was another of Jaye Lynn’s passions. As a child she explored the United States with her family, and fell in love with American history, especially in the years she lived near Washington, D.C. She loved New York City, and especially Broadway. World history and cultures long fascinated and inspired her, and she was able to spend time in the United Kingdom, Portugal, the Czech Republic, Turkey, and the Domincan Republic. Near the end of her life she was able to fulfill a lifelong dream of visiting the Holy Land and walking in the footsteps of Jesus.

Jaye Lynn was a woman of faith. She was deeply devoted to the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. She sought to pattern her life after the Savior, and was compassionate, caring, and selfless in her service to her family, neighbors, and the church. She filled many callings throughout her life, including Primary President, Young Women’s President, a counselor in the Relief Society Presidency, as well as serving a BYU student ward with her husband as Bishop.

She is survived by her husband, Mark Turley Robison; her six children, Nathan (Anna), Nicole (Russell Martin), Aaron (Suzy), Isaac (Jessica), Alexander (Megan), and Cameron; six siblings, Ron (Debbie), David (Shellie), Lauri (Ken Grier), Jim (Karen), Joe (Luciana), and Jeanne (Elias Tejada); her fourteen grandchildren: Christopher, Virginia, Nicholas, Olivia, Rebecca, Grant, Theo, James, Grace, Bradley, Juliet, Jayson, Lincoln, and Finnian; her mother-in-law, Monita Turley Robison, aunts and uncles, cousins, and countless friends and neighbors.

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, there will be no viewing or funeral. A graveside service for immediate family will be live streamed at 10:00 AM on Friday, July 10 on the Walker Sanderson Mortuary’s website:

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Jaye Lynn’s family would like to thank the doctors, nurses, and medical staff of LDS Hospital in Salt Lake City, Utah for their kindness, skill, and compassion, especially during the uncertainty of the COVID-19 pandemic.

In lieu of flowers, please donate to the Jaye Lynn Robison Memorial Fund at the Orem Public Library. Funds will be used to purchase picture books, in honor of the many wonderful moments Jaye Lynn’s children and grandchildren spent reading with her. A bookplate will be placed in each book purchased.
Payment by credit card can be done over the phone, or in person at the library, or send checks (marked with the Jaye Lynn Robison Memorial Fund) to:
Orem Public Library
58 N. State St.
Orem, Utah 84057

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Ron Woods

Posted at 11:01am
We didn't know Jaye Lynn, but she sounds like a wonderful person, one to be sorely missed. Nathan and Anna, we are sorry for your loss and pray for you to be strengthened and comforted. Ron and Zina Woods

Connie Blakemore Cook

Posted at 06:24pm
Mark: I am so sorry for your loss. I didn't know Jaye Lynn, but knowing you, I figure she must have been an awesome woman.
I send my deepest sympathy and pray the Lord's comfort and blessings to you and your family. Connie Blakemore Cook

Scott Cummings

Posted at 12:59pm
Mark and family,

Your family has always meant so much to mine. We mourn with you at this time and pray that God will bless you abundantly until you are reunited.

Scott Cummings and family

Trish Gomez

Posted at 11:53am
JayeLynn's son Alex is married to my daughter Megan. Megan and I met Jayelynn the same day at our home in Henderson along with Mark. Mark, JayeLynn and Alex walked into our home. As Alex introduced us, she walked straight up to Megan, hugged her tightly and told her that she had seen Megan in a dream and that she was going to marry Alex. :) I remember feeling instant goosebumps. Less than a year later, they were married. Her spirit and intuition was astounding to me. What a beautiful moment that I will never forget it. She will be missed terribly. Love and prayers to the entire family. :) xoxoxo The Gomez Family


Posted at 10:27pm
I can’t remember the exact year the Monsen’s moved to Center Street but it seems like they had always lived there. Growing up two doors down I have many a fond memory of spending time with the family. Jaye Lynn was a year older than me and we had lots of fun at girls camp, football games, basketball games and track meets. It was especially fun going to some of those activities in “the Batmobile”! It was a tradition at Orem High School that the juniors and seniors girls would adopt a “little sister”. When I was a sophomore, Jaye Lynn was my “big sister”. She was a great friend! I hadn’t seen her for many years but when she came to Cedar City for the temple open house I got to reconnect with her and it was fun catching up. My condolences to her dear family, you will be in my prayers. DeAnn Rasmussen Behrmann

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