Arden Andrew Wintch passed away peacefully on October 29, 2022. He was a loving husband, father, grandfather, great grandfather and friend. He lived a life of service, love and humor blessing the lives of his family, friends and so many others as he served at home, church and in his community.\n\nArden was born on May 24, 1931 in Manti, Utah to Henry Alvin Wintch and LuDella Clarissa Madsen Wintch. He attended and graduated from Manti High School in 1949 where he met and eventually married his high school sweetheart, Lucille Barton Rowe, in the Salt Lake Temple on August 18, 1955. Together they raised their three daughters and a Grandson in Salt Lake City. As a family they enjoyed dancing, camping, traveling, singing and loving life.\n\nArden’s lifelong dedication was to his family and the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints as he spent his life trying to make things better. All his thoughts and efforts were driven by the love he had for his family and his Savior. He served faithfully for the church in which he was a lifelong member serving in various church callings including Bishop and High Counselor. During his life he enjoyed sports, investing, painting and gardening. Arden served 10 years in the Utah National Guard and worked at the Workers’ Compensation Fund for 32 years. \n\nYears following the passing of Lucille after 38 years of marriage, Arden was brought together through an answer to prayer to his love Molly Lou George and they were married in the Jordan River Temple on June 3, 1997. During their time together they have enjoyed life serving as family history missionaries, temple workers, traveling and being with family.\n\nArden is survived by his wife, Molly Lou George; daughter, Elyse Wintch Pearmain (Kenny); two sons-in-law, Brad Charon (Kathleen), Al Higham; five grandchildren, Nathan Stander (Rebecca), Shylene Morris (Benjamin), Lucas Charon (Lindsey), Easton Pearmain, Dylan Pearmain (Erin); five great grandchildren; siblings, Joyce Christiansen (Claire), Richard Wintch. He is preceded in death by his first wife Lucille Barton Rowe; two daughters, Lori Wintch Stander Higham, Corinne Wintch Charon; son-in-law, Harold Stander; siblings, Phyllis Carpenter, Chesley Wintch.\n\nViewing will be held on Thursday, November 3, 2022 from 10:00 a.m. to 11:15 a.m. at the River Ridge 8th Ward - 1409 W. Shields Ln. South Jordan, UT 84095. Graveside services will follow at 12:30 p.m. at Mountain View Memorial Estates - 3115 E Bengal Blvd (7800 S), Cottonwood Heights, UT 84121.\nIn lieu of flowers donations can be made to the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Missionary Fund in Arden’s Honor.