“Beloved Mother”Audrey Elizabeth (Beth) Boggess Jensen Turner, our beloved mother, grandmother, great-grandma, aunt and friend, age 93, returned home. She died peacefully of old age in her home on February 28. Beth was born on June 19, 1916 in Murray to Elmo and Marian Larsen Boggess. She grew up in Murray and later in Union. After graduating from Jordan High School, she attended the University of Utah, where she was a Spur and member of the Delta Zeta Sorority. She later graduated from the LDS Business College. She married Evan E. Jensen in the Salt Lake Temple on June 12, 1939 and they raised four children. After Evan died in 1980, she was married to Ken Turner from 1982 to 1996. She lived almost her entire adult life in Murray.She was a loving and dedicated mother and grandmother, and also gave selfless service to many outside her family. A common question from her was: “How can I help and what should I bring?” She was active in the LDS church her entire life, serving in the primary, young women, cub scouts and relief society. Her church activities also included work at the Jordan River Temple and in the genealogy extraction program. She returned to the workforce as a dental assistant to help pay for her sons’ church missions. She gladly attended countless sports, musical and other events involving her descendants, and loved to watch Murray High, U of U and Utah Jazz games. She was a skilled seamstress and made quilts, pajamas, shirts, dresses, Halloween costumes, dance costumes, doll clothes, road show costumes, etc. for many people. She was also a terrific cook. She loved to read, play games, have parties, attend cultural events, hike and travel. Generally she was fun to be around, adventurous, and remained active and alert until almost the very end. (She participated in a pinochle club about two weeks before her death.)She is the last of the Elmo Boggess family, and is survived by her children, Douglas (Beverly) Jensen, Jon (Janet) Jensen, Robert (Joni) Jensen and Janet (Glen) Taylor, 17 grandchildren and 30 great-grandchildren. Beth’s family would like to give special thanks to Kati and Mika for brightening her life and providing loving care in her final months.A biography and other pictures and information regarding Beth are available at BethJensenTurner.com.Funeral services will be held at noon on Wednesday, March 3 at the Hillcrest Ward Chapel at 495 East, 5600 South in Murray. There will be a viewing at the Jenkins-Soffe Funeral Home, 4760 South State Street, in Murray from 7:00-9:00 pm on Tuesday, March 2, and from 10:30-11:30 am on March 3 at the chapel. The interment will be at the Murray City Cemetery.