TO VIEW FUNERAL WEBCAST, SELECT THE LINK BELOW\r\nView Funeral Webcast\r\n\r\nLena Thelma Hansley McMillan, loving wife, mother, grandmother, great-grandmother, sister, aunt, and friend, returned to her Heavenly Father on May 9, 2020 incident to age. She was 90 years old.\r\n\r\nMom was born on November 30, 1929 in Hampstead, North Carolina to Owen Lester Hansley and Lena Vance Sanders. She and her twin brother Thurman were the 6th and 7th of 11 children. Her family owned their own farm, and she learned to work hard from an early age. This work ethic followed her throughout her life. She held many jobs all of which required a lot of physical labor. She worked as a waitress at Carolina Beach, at a shirt factory, and retired from RC Willey as part of the custodial crew after 20 years of service. Mom graduated from Topsail High School in Hampstead and later moved to Wilmington, North Carolina.\r\n\r\nMom was sealed to Darrel Kaye McMillan on September 7, 1956 in the Salt Lake Temple. They met in June 1954 while he was serving as a missionary in the Central Atlantic States mission. They talked under the light of the Carolina moon following his mission release, and the following day Dad asked her to marry him. She accepted and came by bus to Utah with her youngest sister Sandy knowing nobody but Dad. They were married for 63 years and have built a wonderful life together.\r\n\r\nMom was an active member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, and she served in various callings in the Relief Society, Young Women, and Primary organizations as well as assisting dad as the director of the Jordan River Temple Baptistry. She was a faithful visiting and ministering sister and blessed the lives of many through her Christlike compassionate service. Mom’s favorite calling was with the children in Primary. Whether as a member of the presidency or a teacher, mom truly spoke the language of children. She held them transfixed as she shared her testimony of the Savior through stories. She had the same effect on adults. Mom had a great attitude and sense of humor which sustained her through her many health challenges later in life.\r\n\r\nMom is survived by her eternal sweetheart Kaye; children: Mike, Mary Ann (Rick) all of Murray, Melanie (West Jordan), and Mitch (Plechette) Murray; grandchildren: Tony (Keaton) Salt Lake City, Amy (Tom) Eagle Mountain, Mason (Jessica) Seattle, WA, Maddison (Trevyn), and Max (Carolina) all of Murray; and great-grandchildren: Savannah, Sadie, Milo, Sienna, and Enzo on the way; brother George “Stuffy” and sister Sandy Hansley both of North Carolina; and many nieces and nephews.\r\n\r\nShe is preceded in death by her parents; brothers: Bryant, Dan, and Thurman; sisters: Margaret, Mary, Evelyn, Faye, and Rebecca; and several in-laws and friends. Although we miss you so much, we are confident a great reunion is occurring on the other side of the veil.\r\n\r\nFuneral services will be held Wednesday, May 13 at 10:00 am at Jenkins-Soffe Mortuary in Murray, UT. It is restricted to immediate family only due to Covid-19 concerns. Others may view the service at www.jenkins-soffe.com. Please click on the link provided. The interment will be at the Murray City Cemetery.\r\n\r\nThe family expresses gratitude to all the doctors and nurses who cared for mom and to Intermountain Home Health and Hospice. We are also grateful to all those who have shown their kindness, love, and support in any way.