Alice “Jean” Morgan Tomren Lindsay passed away peacefully at home on July 18, 2023. Jean was born to Earl Caldwell Morgan and Maud Walters Morgan on November 26, 1931, Thanksgiving Day, in her home on Murphy’s Lane in Salt Lake City, Utah.\n\nShe and her family later moved to their family farm home on 9th East in SLC. In her early years Jean attended William Penn Elementary (where she was the May Day Queen) and Lincoln Elementary. She also attended Granite Junior High, and both Jordan and Granite High Schools. \n\nJean married William Eugene Timmerman with whom she had 4 beautiful children Mike, Cathie, Chris and Tim. After being married, while raising her children, she lived on Nila Way in SLC. Several extended family members including her mother and father-in-law, brother and sister in law and nieces and nephew all lived on the same street. Jean loved spending time at their family’s summer home in Heber, Utah. They were married for several years and then divorced. Jean and her first husband started and ran a very successful upholstery business. She had a variety of other jobs, however, she loved her years of being a homemaker the most!\n\nShe later married Earl Tomren. They enjoyed many years together before his passing from cancer. She later reconnected with her junior high school friend Al Lindsay. They married in 1991 and were married for 31 years until his passing in 2022. He was her sweetheart, best friend and companion. \n\nShe was a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. She loved serving the children as a Primary teacher and Cub Scout leader. Jean enjoyed her time volunteering at the University of Utah information desk where she wanted to give back since her son Tim spent some time there in the burn unit. She also volunteered at the Salt Lake Visitors Center where she loved meeting people from all around the world. \n\nHer nickname to some of her grandkids was “Darlene”. She went by that in place of being called Grandma. Her favorite restaurant was Chuck A Rama (but really any buffet). She enjoyed traveling the world and learning the history of the places she traveled. Thailand was one of her favorites! She loved traveling with Al in their 5th wheel to Yuma, AZ every summer for many years. She also enjoyed going on cruises, traveling to their condo in Saint George, UT and many other places. She had a good sense of humor. She loved her many bowling leagues. She was very passionate about her country and was actively engaged in activities to protect our freedoms. Her kids were very important to her. She was always concerned about others and put them first. She enjoyed gardening (her raspberries were her favorite). She loved to cook and entertain by having holiday parties, birthday parties, etc. She always wanted to include those who may not have had a place to celebrate and made everyone feel welcome. She was the best at remembering people on their birthdays. She had a birthday calendar hanging in her kitchen to remind her. She had a knack for design and always had the best Christmas trees decorated with ornaments from her travels around the world. She had an appreciation for the arts including Utah Symphony, Utah Opera, various plays & musicals, Utah Shakespeare Festival and watching her granddaughters dance at Oktoberfest at Snowbird.\n\nJean is survived by her brother Earl (Merivic) Morgan, sister in law Nellie Morgan, son Michael Timmerman, daughter Christine Kristiansen, Al’s children Jared (Kathy) Lindsay, Pamela (Rynn) Jones, Michelle (David) Asay, 16 Grandchildren, 35 Great Grandchildren, 1 Great Great Grandchild and many Nieces and Nephews.\n\nJean is preceded in death by Alfred Junior Lindsay (spouse), Earl Clifford Tomren (spouse), William Eugene Timmerman (former spouse), Catherine Lynn Beardall (daughter), Robert Wilford Beardall (son in law), William Timothy Timmerman (son), Sherrie Louise Timmerman (daughter-in-law), Earl Caldwell Morgan (Daddy), Maud Walters Douglas Morgan (Mama), Phillip Morgan (brother), Gloria Broadbent (sister), Thomas Broadbent (brother-in-law), Evelyn Neville (sister) and Joseph Neville (brother-in-law).\n\nGraveside Services for Jean will be held Saturday July 22nd at 3:00 PM at Memorial Mountain View Cemetery located at 3115 E. 7800 S., Cottonwood Heights, UT 84121. Watch for signs that say Jean Lindsay. Bring chairs, umbrellas and water, it will be hot. \n\nThank you for your love and prayers for Jean and her family. The family would also like to give a special thanks to Chris Kristiansen, Right At Home, and Canyon Home Care & Hospice for caring for Jean and to her ward for providing a meal for the family after the service.