1947 ~ 2014
Holley Storey passed away peacefully at her home on Christmas
Day, December 25, 2014 of melanoma cancer.
She was born January 15 1947 in Salt Lake City, Utah to
Lewis Edmund Holley and Sophrona Frandsen. She spent the
first 16 years of her life in Idaho where her father had
a dairy farm near Shoshone, Idaho. They moved to Layton,
Utah where she was graduated from Davis High School in 1965.
After attending Weber University for two quarters, she
served an LDS mission to London, England. Returning from
her mission, she then went to school at Utah State University
where she met her husband to be, Edward Storey. They were
married June 7, 1971 in the Salt Lake City Temple. Their
first job was with the U.S. Forest Service near Portland,
Oregon. Shortly thereafter, they obtained a job with the
Utah Division of Forestry, Fire and State Lands. In that
employ, they first lived in Salt Lake, spent two years at
Moab, Utah, returned to Salt Lake for almost four years
and then took an assignment in Richfield, Utah but lived
in Monroe, Utah where they resided for the next 36 years.
This past June they moved to Clinton, Utah to be closer
to their family and particularly their grandchildren.
The couple served an LDS Church Service Mission for several
years and then a mission to Nauvoo, Illinois where they
served as site missionaries.
Carol’s life was centered around her family and she
enjoyed working outdoors in the garden and around her home.
She served a lifetime of selfless devotion to her family,
friends, neighbors and ward members.
Carol Storey is survived by her husband, Edward Storey,
and her children, Teresa (Troy) Berg, Deborah (Joshua) Grant,
Marcelle (Harold) Stewart and Camille (Scott) Brown and
14 grandchildren. She is also survived by two brothers,
Evan (Annette) Holley and Ralph (Jaynie) Holley as well
as two sisters, Sharen Moss and Barbara (Roger) Larsen.
Funeral services will be held Wednesday, December 31,
2014, at 11:00 am at the Clinton 26th LDS Ward Chapel, 1828
North 3000 West, Clinton, Utah. Friends and family may call
from 9:30-10:30 am prior to services at the church. Interment
will take place in the Clinton City Cemetery.