Stanley Isaacson

Stanley Isaacson Malad, died Wednesday 31 October 1984 at his home.
He was born March 21, 1926, in Malad, to Joseph Martin and Jetta I. Ipsen Isaacson. He grew up and was educated in Malad and was a graduate of Malad High School. He later attended Pasadena College where he studied accounting.
On January 13, 1945 he married Twila Rae Buehler in Ogden, Utah. He served in the Army during World War II and was later a member of the Army Reserve.
In 1948, they moved to Duarte, California, where he worked as a machinist. They moved back to Malad in 1952 where he farmed and ranched until 1972.
For the past 12 years, he had been employed with Morton Thiokol Inc. as a machinist.
He was a member of the LDS Church and was active in the American Legion.
He is survived by his wife, Malad; five sons and one daughter, Randall Joe Isaacson, Farmington, Utah; Alan Ray Isaacson, Stanley Dee Isaacson, Michael Glenn Isaacson and David Isaacson, all of Malad; Nancy Marie Isaacson, Malad; 15 grandchildren; three brothers and three sisters, Carl J Isaacson, Malad; I. Dale Isaacson, San Jose, California; J. Lynn Isaacson, Orovill, Washington; Margaret M. Swindle, Malad; Marie Deluca, Lava Hot Springs; and Rula J. Thomas, Malad, and his mother of Malad.
Funeral services were held for Stanley Isaacson. 58. Saturday. November 3, 1984 at 11:00 a.m. at the Benson-Horsley Funeral Home. Bishop Clarence Kent officiated.
Mr. Isaacson passed away Wednesday, October 31, 1984 in Malad. He was born March 21, 1926 in Malad.
Charles Buehler offered the family prayer. Iris Blaisdell played the prelude and postlude music. The invocation was given by Dale Isaacson.
Ann S. Isaacson gave his life sketch followed by a vocal trio “The Gilbert Sisters” consisting of Carla, Sheila and Marsha. They were accompanied by Iris Blaisdell.
Bishop Merlin Bastian then spoke, after which President Foster Ipsen sang “Goin’ Home”. He was accompanied by Iris Blaisdell. Remarks were given by Bishop Clarence Kent and the benediction was offered by Carl Isaacson.
Concluding services were at the Pleasantview Cemetery. E. Spence Horsley offered the dedicatory prayer.
Military rites were performed by the American Legion, Ernest W. Jones Post No. 65. Care of flowers and compassionate services were performed by the 4th Ward Relief Society, Ila Elcock, president.
Casket bearers were Ray Grote, Bob Ross, Joe Herrera, Vaughn Stoltenberg, Bob Potts, Kelly Furihman, Mike Isaacson and Dave Isaacson.
Honorary bearers were Richard Swindle, Tom Swindle, Stan Waldron, Carl Isaacson, Lynn Isaacson, Fred-Swindle Lew Estep, Neal Holt, Dale Isaacson, Brian Deluca and grandsons.