ALDER, ASHLEE – October 2, 1986 – August 18, 2006
Ashlee Alder, 19, of Malad, Idaho passed away Friday, August 18, 2006 in Ogden, Utah from the result of an ATV accident.
Ashlee was born on October 2, 1986 in Logan, Utah. She was the precious daughter of Jeff Evans and Wendy Holman Alder.
She grew up on the family ranch in Malad and attended Malad Elementary, Malad Middle School and graduated with honors from Malad High School in 2005. She was planning to return to Brigham Young University Idaho as a sophomore in September, majoring in Biology.
Ashlee loved her home and the farm and worked hard each summer as her dad’s right hand girl. She loved her flowers and garden. She was active in all areas of school. She played volleyball and basketball for four years and was on the track team for two years. She served as Junior Class Vice President at Malad High School.
She was a member of the National Honor Society and Business Professionals of America, where she competed in district and State events in desktop publishing and word processing. Ashlee was a 4-H member and showed a steer at the Oneida County Fair for ten years. She was a member of the Malad LDS 5th Ward, where she served in numerous Young Women’s callings and received her Young Women’s Medallion. She served in the Stake Laurel Encampment Presidency, Stake Youth Trek Presidency and Seminary council as a freshman and as a senior. She attended American Legion Auxiliary Girls State. She was Malad’s 2005 Junior Miss and competed in Idaho’s Junior Miss Program. Through organ donation, Ashlee’s last act of love helped save the lives of eight others across the country.
She is survived by her parents, her brothers, Adam Holman Alder and Logan Campbell Alder, and her sister (and light of her life) JeniAnn Alder all of Malad. She is the grand-daughter of Roland and Mary Ann Holman of Brigham City, Utah. Her grandparents, Lynn C. and Jennie E. Alder preceded her in death. She has many aunts, uncles, cousins and friends who love her.
Ashlee touched many lives, some of whom her family doesn’t know. They request that if you have a special thought or memory of Ashlee that you would like to share with them, please mail them to 2154 S. Old Hwy 191, Malad, ID or e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Funeral services were held on Wednesday, August 23, 2006 at 3:00 p.m. in the Malad 5th Ward, 20 S. 100 W.