At her home, on June 22, 2011 Clem passed away peacefully while her daughter, Michael stood nearby. Clem was surrounded by the love of her family. Clem was born June 16, 1907 in Midvale to Joseph and Maud Turner. Clem married Ray Jackman in 1926, and after his death in 1935, she married Bill Williams in 1941. He preceded her in death as well as her son Bob (Merle Brown and Lawayne Christensen, also deceased) and daughter Cherie (Joe Kennedy, also deceased) father and mother, 5 brothers, Darrell, Ross, Clark, Morrel and Dee. She is survived by two daughters, Shirlee Jacobson (Don) and Michael Morrill (Denis), and daughter-in-law Marie Jackman and 27 grandchildren, 79 great-grandchildren and 27 great-great grandchildren, two sisters, Joy Fullmer and Marge Larson.\n\nClem became an expert chocolate dipper, working at several candy companies in Salt Lake City. She loved gardening and always planted a vegetable garden and beautiful flowers. Clem held many callings in the church, including service in the Jordan River Temple. She received her certificate as a genealogist from BYU and spent many hours searching for her ancestors and the ancestors of others. She loved to travel, and because of her great thirst for knowledge, she toured many countries. Clem lived a long remarkable life and she will surely be missed.\n\nFuneral services will be held June 30th, 2011 at 12 noon in the Winchester Chapel, 6300 So. 700 W. Murray. A viewing will be held at the Jenkins and Soffe Mortuary 4760 South State Street, in Murray on Wednesday evening from 6 until 8, and on Thursday at the church from 10:30-11:45 a.m. prior to the service. Interment: Midvale City Cemetery. The family would like to thank their friends from Bristol Hospice for their kind care and support.