Beryl Anderson Wilson passed away on Wednesday, July 9, 2008, surrounded by family at her son’s home in West Jordan, Utah. \n\nBeryl was born on January 23, 1929 in Oak City, Utah to Otto Anderson and Alta (Peterson) Anderson. She grew up in Delta, Utah and attended high school in Delta and Spanish Fork, Utah. After high school, Beryl attended BYU where her roommates introduced her to their brother Alma M. Wilson. Beryl and Alma fell in love and were married on July 17, 1952 for time and all eternity in the Manti, Utah temple. Beryl is the mother of seven children, thirty-three grandchildren, and six great-grandchildren. Beryl and Alma raised their children in Davis, CA, Pullman, WA, and Fort Collins, CO where she lived until 2007. Her life was devoted to family, church and genealogy. Beryl served as a family history librarian for many years in Fort Collins. She also served as a family history missionary in Salt Lake City and as a temple worker in the Denver, Colorado temple. She enjoyed cake decorating, quilting, and crocheting.\n\nBeryl is survived by her children Kathleen (Paul) Hutchinson, Edmonds, WA; Garth (Angie) Wilson, Blanding, UT; Merrill (LouJean) Wilson, West Jordan, UT; Karl (Debbie) Wilson, West Jordan, UT; Brent (Patricia) Wilson, Newfoundland, NJ; Gerald (Tammie) Wilson, South Jordan, UT; Craig (Anthea) Wilson, Lakeville, MN; and her brother Clair Anderson, Benjamin, UT and her sisters Rae Shepherd, Fairview, UT; Ardith Bradford, Hyde Park, UT; and Marcia Anderson, Spanish Fork, UT; and numerous in-laws. She was preceded in death by her beloved husband, Alma on January 21, 1984; her parents, Otto and Alta; her brothers Ralph, Ronald, and Roland Anderson; and her sister Ilene Elder.\n\nFuneral services will be held Saturday, July 12, 2008 at the LDS chapel located at 6364 S. 3200 W., West Jordan, Utah at 11:00 am. A viewing will be held prior to the service from 10:00 to 10:45 am. Interment will be in the Benjamin City Cemetery, Benjamin, Utah.\n\nThe family wishes to offer our heartfelt thanks to all the doctors, nurses, and medical staff that so professionally and caringly treated Beryl during the last year of her life.