Graveside services for Jenne Winzeler will be broadcast via Facebook Live on Tuesday, February 9, 2021 beginning at 2:00 PM MDT. To watch this service, please click on the link below. \r\n\r\n Click HERE to view Graveside Services for Jenne Winzeler\r\n\r\n\r\nJenne passed away peacefully in the home where she lived with her daughter, Jane Ann\r\nSmith, in Murray, Utah on February 6, 2021. They were “Buddies” over the past decade\r\nsince the passing of her husband of 67 years, Robert (Bob) Winzeler in 2011. She was\r\nborn July 25th 1923 in Woods Cross, Utah to Lucille Lee and Clarence Glenn Eldredge.\r\nShe was raised in humble farming surroundings west of Tremonton, Utah, the fourth of\r\neight children. She loved music and singing with her beautiful voice her whole life. In a\r\nprogram in Elementary School she sang “My Best Beau” and when her teacher asked\r\nwho she was singing to, she replied “Bobby Winzeler.” A Romantic at an early age!\r\nThey enjoyed one another’s company through High School, but soon after High School\r\nBob was drafted into the Army Air Core. During almost 2 years of training, their love\r\ngrew and he proposed by mailing her an engagement ring. She took a Greyhound Bus\r\nto Stillwater, Oklahoma where they were married October 9, 1943. While Bob served in\r\nthe Pacific at the end of World War II, Jenne was with family in Utah and gave birth to\r\ntheir first child Larry, who was then followed by Jane, Bobbi and Scott.\r\nThey raised their Family in Tremonton until 1955 when they moved to the Los Angeles\r\narea. As the family grew during this era, they ended up living in Canoga Park in the San\r\nFernando Valley and then after the kids moved on, in Thousand Oaks, California where\r\nthey lived until finally returning to Utah, in 2008.\r\nThroughout her life Jenne has been outgoing and vivacious, interested in people and\r\nwhat they were doing. With her infectious smile and that twinkle in her eye, she was the\r\nkind of person people enjoyed being around because you knew she was truly interested\r\nin you. She enjoyed learning of other countries and cultures in preparation for Church\r\nclasses she taught. She and Bob golfed for a large part of their lives together. With\r\nmost of the kids gone, a friend talked her into taking an Oil Painting class. This was the\r\nbeginning of a lifetime hobby which she loved and became very good at. All of her\r\nchildren and many grandchildren have some of her paintings as keepsakes. She was\r\nalways willing to try something new, she Para-sailed in her 50’s, went Zip-lining in the\r\nCosta Rica Jungle at 90 along with many other adventures.\r\nDuring the Thousand Oaks Empty Nester Years, they enjoyed traveling, a long term\r\nmonthly Bridge card playing group, and Church and Community Service. On holidays\r\nwhen on their own, they enjoyed driving to the beach in Malibu to feed the seagulls and\r\nshare memories of holidays past. They were best friends and enjoyed being together.\r\nIn 1983, Jenne about fell off her chair when Bob asked her if she thought he ought to\r\nhave the Missionary Lessons before he got baptized! This resulted largely from years of\r\nfriendshipping by a good friend of Bob’s. They were later sealed in the Los Angeles\r\nTemple of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in 1985. In time that led them\r\nto serving in that Temple as volunteers for a number of years in the 90’s.\r\nMusic and singing were a major love of her life and she participated in Choirs and\r\nSinging Groups whenever there was an opportunity. A highlight came on her 90th\r\nBirthday in 2013 when she had an opportunity to sing with the Mormon Tabernacle\r\nChoir. Larry was able to get her an invitation to practice with them one Thursday\r\nevening in the Salt Lake Conference Center. She fit in like a veteran Choir member!\r\nAnd now she truly is Singing like an Angel - with the Angels of Heaven!\r\nBless you for the Wonderful Person you have always been Mom\r\n………………………………………..\r\nShe was preceded in death by her husband, her parents, brothers and sisters, Bob\r\nEldredge, Effie Adams Wilson, Louisa (Lou) Petersen, Ben Eldredge, Lee Eldredge,\r\nMary Sharp Mallory. Two great grandchildren, Zach and Zoe Smith.\r\nSurvived by brother Dick Eldredge (Cleo), children Larry Winzeler (Cheri), Jane Smith,\r\nRoberta (Bobbi) Winzeler, Scott Winzeler. 14 grandchildren and 27 great grandchildren\r\nShe will be laid to rest beside her husband at the Honeyville City Cemetery, Honeyville\r\nUtah\r\n.\r\n\r\n\r\nVideo Tributes by grandchildren:\r\n Click HERE to view tribute from Addison Severnak, Great Grandson\n Click HERE to view tribute from Becky Severnak, Granddaughter\r\n\r\nView other tributes on the tribute wall.