Dorothy Jean Gibson Tuttle, beloved wife, mother, grandmother and great-grandmother passed away peacefully May 31, 2023 at the age of 95 surrounded by her loving family. We were so blessed to have three beautiful days with her reminiscing, laughing, crying and sharing our love for each other before she passed.\n\nDorothy was born on October 16, 1927 to Ondus (Jack) Horace and Remelda Nielsen Gibson in Shelley, Idaho. She graduated from Tooele High School on May 18, 1945. She would go with her sister Ivis to the army depot to dance with the soldiers there. She enjoyed rollerskating, water ballet, swimming, snow skiing, most weekends were spent riding the Bamburger train to Lagoon and hanging out at Saltair. She attended LDS Business College and lived in the Beehive House. While there, she was ranked the fastest typist in her class and won an award.\n\nDorothy met the love of her life Tedd Tuttle while swimming at Lagoon. They married March 18, 1949 in the Salt Lake Temple. They were blessed with 7 children Breck, Arlane, Cheryl, Tawna, Darran, Troy, Todd and every one of them thought they were her favorite.\n\nAfter marriage she enjoyed bowling leagues, snow skiing, riding her Honda 90, boating, waterskiing, hiking, rock collecting, camping, going on cruises, gardening, bird watching, and playing games. She was an avid fan of BYU football, the Utah Jazz, and many hours of family history. Dorothy cherished time with her family by planning monthly birthday parties, holiday celebrations and family reunions.\n\nDorothy was very resourceful in earning money for all the adventures we would enjoy as a family by sewing clothes for us and neighbors, tents, parkas and many more items. In 1982, she started her own business by creating and sewing packs for walkman stereos. She worked into her late 70’s.\n\nAll who had the privilege to know her can attest to her heavenly love, kindness, positivity, forgiveness, laughter and love of life. Many people have commented that their lives have been changed by knowing her. She left us behind a priceless gift, a perfect blueprint and example of how to treat others and live life. Dorothy is going to be sorely missed and remembered with fondness and happy memories.\n\nDorothy is preceded in death by her husband Edward (Tedd) Tuttle and her parents “Jack” and Remelda Gibson, her brothers; Junior, Jack, Melvin, LaRay, Max, Bill, Jed Gibson and her sister, Ivis Allsop She is survived by her children Breck (Linda), Arlane (Gene), Cheryl (Bobe), Tawna (Glen), Darran (Julie), Troy (Lily), Todd (Charlotte) and 32 grandchildren, 55 great- grandchildren.\n\nFuneral Services will be held Friday, June 9, 2023 at 11:00 a.m. with viewing prior at 9:30 at the Murray Hillside ward located at 495 E. 5600 So., Murray, Utah. Interment will be at the Murray Cemetery,\n5490 S. Vine Street, Murray, UT.\n\nLive Streaming will be available through Jenkins-Soffe Mortuary’s link on Dorothy’s obituary page at www.jenkins-soffe.com. A recording will be posted for later viewing.