As the sun broke the horizon on the morning of August 25, 2022, Lynn Ramon Groves passed away peacefully at home while holding his wife, Beryl’s hand. \n\nLynn was born on January 6, 1939, to David Bryan Groves and Lena Mahala Hubbard in Midvale, Utah. \n\nOn August 31, 1961, Lynn married the love of his life, Beryl Perry. Together they raised three children and were blessed with six grandchildren.\n\nLynn proudly served in the U.S. Army as a mail courier in Verdun, France, during the Vietnam war. He spent his career working for the telephone company, first as a lineman and eventually retiring as a construction crew supervisor. \n\nNever one to sit idle, Lynn worked at Meadowbrook and Riverbend Golf Courses after retirement. He could be seen mowing the fairways but especially enjoyed maintaining the mowers and equipment. \n\nLynn loved working with his hands in the yard, garden, and his workshop. He was happiest spending time camping, boating, and traveling with his family. \n\nLynn was always quick with a joke, and if you spent any time with him, you probably heard them all. He loved to laugh and make everyone around him laugh. He was always whistling or singing songs, much to the delight of his grandchildren. He was the best of men—always ready to help and support his friends and family. \n\nLynn is survived by his loving wife, Beryl; children, Brian (Kami) Groves of West Jordan, UT, Brad (Lisette) Groves of San Tan Valley, AZ, Julie (Jerry) Mabe of Murray, UT; grandchildren, Allison Groves, Danielle (Isaac) Erekson, Kayden Groves, Tanner Groves, Matthew Groves, and Shelby Groves; sister, RaNae (DeWayne) Fennema, sister-in-law, LeAnne Groves; and in-laws, Joyce Johnson, Sharon (Jim) Petersen, Karen (Dave) Wahlen. \n\nHe is preceded in death by his parents, David and Lena Groves; in-laws, Waldon Charles and Erma Perry; brother, William "Bill" Groves; and brother-in-law, Vern Johnson. \n\nA viewing will be held at 10:00 a.m. on Thursday, September 1, at Jenkins-Soffe (4760 S State Street, Murray, UT) and will be followed by a graveside service at 11:30 a.m. at the Murray City Cemetery (5490 S Vine Street, Murray, UT).