On July 1, 2020, our beautiful little Mama, Grandmother and Great-Grandmother, Lucille Kinghorn Cottle, peacefully passed away.\r\n\r\nBorn February 18, 1920 in Lewisville, Idaho to William Ray Kinghorn and Myrtle Jensen Kinghorn. She was the last surviving child, preceded in death by brothers: Dell, Ron, Vern, and Casey, and sister, Marlene.\r\n\r\nGrowing up on a farm she learned the meaning of hard work and homemaking.\r\nMama graduated from Midway High School in Lewisville and soon after married David Cottle and became a farmer’s wife.\r\n\r\nHer first child, Beverly, died in infancy. Surviving children are son, Jerry, and daughter, Pam (Rudy).\r\n\r\nDad had a relapse of rheumatic fever in 1949 and was forced to sell their farm. Mom and Dad purchased a small motel in St. George, Utah and operated it until Dad passed away in 1953. Mama was a widow at 33 years old. She sold the motel and the family moved to Salt Lake City. She learned to be independent and worked hard through the years to provide for her kids. While successful in all her endeavors, she often said she got her best job at age 63 as office manager for Midvale Water District. She finally retired at the age of 82.\r\n\r\nMama was an accomplished seamstress and gardener. She also enjoyed needle crafting and was happiest when creating a beautiful quilt or picture to give to a loved one or display in her home. She was known for her baking skills and took great pride in serving one of her perfect pies or cakes.\r\n\r\nShe was a devoted daughter always providing a home and care for her mother for over 30 years. Mama loved her family, and her grandkids and great-grandkids gave her more family to love. Jerry’s boys, David and Ryan, and Pam’s girls, Alisa (Jared) and Andria, loved and admired their Grandma and brought her much joy as did Great-Grandkids, David’s Piper and Alisa’s Nyah and Luke.\r\n\r\nMama loved her special friends at Elevation Hospice and Salt Lake Aging Services. They are truly wonderful and caring people.\r\n\r\nMama will be greatly missed by family and friends. She was an amazing, strong woman.