\nLibby Cobb, our beloved mother, grandmother, and great-grandmother went to her eternal home on March 22, 2023. Myrla Jayne Funk was born April 19, 1935. Her parents are Nancy Holbrook and Aerial George Funk. She had an older brother Vaughn. She was raised in Salt Lake City, Utah. She spoke fondly of her years at East High School and the dear friends she had there. \nNot long after high school she married Wallace Eddy “Ed” Larrabee, in 1954. They were blessed with 6 children; Lois (Ed) Ashby, Walter, Richard (deceased), LeGrand (Jaye), Ruth Ann (deceased), and Bonnie Walters. They divorced in 1974.\n\nMyrla married James Thornton Cobb in 1976. He explained to her that he wasn’t fond of the name Myrla and honestly, neither was she. They came up with the name “Libby” and she has been Libby ever since. Thorn had 4 wonderful children Christine, Jimmy, Julie, and Amy who quickly became Libby’s children, too. Grandma Libby and Grandpa Thorn were blessed with many grandchildren in this blended Cobb family. Libby and Thorn enjoyed travels to many places with family and dear friends. They especially liked cruising the high seas.\n\nIt seemed that Libby loved everyone. She had a way of reaching out and drawing people to her. She was happy and wanted for others’ happiness as well. Her hobbies included cross stitching, working jigsaw puzzles, writing poetry, and tending the most beautiful flower gardens you’ve ever seen. She started dancing when she was a little girl and would always “cut a rug” whenever she heard “Bad, Bad, Leroy Brown”. \n\nLibby had a deep and abiding faith in God and His Son Jesus Christ. This faith motivated her daily walk with her fellowmen. She was a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. She served faithfully in many callings and especially enjoyed the time she spent as a receptionist in the Jordan River Temple. While living at the Haven, she was happy to have been asked to lead the music in Sacrament Meeting. \n\nIt is impossible to encapsulate a lifetime into just a few words. We all have our own specific and special memories of this extraordinary woman. She loved deeply and lived life to the fullest. We are all better for having known and been loved by Libby. \n\nSpecial thanks to everyone at The Haven at Millcreek for providing a comfortable, loving home for her for the last year and a half. Also, thanks to Murial Pittman and the many caring people at Inspiration Home Health and Hospice who helped her so much in her last weeks of life. \n\nFuneral services will be held Wednesday, March 29, 2023, at 11:00 am, at the LDS meeting house located at 2930 South 2000 East, Salt Lake City, Utah. There will be a viewing from 9:30 – 10:45 am prior to the funeral service. \n\nInterment will follow at Wasatch Lawn Memorial Park at 3401 S. Highland Drive, Salt Lake City, Utah.\n\nZoom Link for the service is HTTPS://zoom.us/j/n94586408522 (click on below).