We Will Greatly Miss You\nAloha mom, we are so very sad to have to say goodbye to you. Those who met you will never forget your warm greeting, and that wonderful smile of yours. We realize especially now, just how many people’s lives you touched, and how much you added to their world and ours. We know of no one who was more willing to give of themselves than you, and help anyone who was in need. As sad as it is for us, we know that you are now with all the ones you loved who left before you.\n\nOur mother began her life on October 5, 1918, and left for her new journey on December 16, 2010. Those there to greet her as she starts this new reunion include her father and mother, George Clifford and Nora (Crowther) Juhlin, our dad, D. Earl (Dode) Park, one of her twin sons, Kraig E. Park (wife, Ilona), and her baby girl she lost at birth, oh, and her precious Italian Greyhound dog, Ariel. She will also join her three loving brothers, Clifford Juhlin, Eugene Juhlin, and Robert Juhlin.\n\nThose remaining behind to keep her wonderful legacy alive are her sons, Kurt P. Park (wife, Pauline), and Brent J. Park who had the great honor and privilege of being her caretaker for many years. She was also blessed with four beautiful grandchildren, Milonie, Julie, Scott, Lisa, and her nine great grandchildren who she was so proud of.\n\nMom had so many accomplishments in her life, and was even listed in “Who’s Who of American Women”. She was a writer, artist, sculptress, poet, and creator of many fine porcelain portrait dolls. She was a member of the National League of American Penwomen, the United Federation of Doll Clubs, and the Ladies Auxilary ot the American Legion among others.\n\nThere are no words to adequately express the thanks for all the love and personal care that was shown to mom by the physicians, staff, and caregivers of St. Joseph’s Day Care, Neighborhood House, Silverado/Alpine Care Center, the St Marks Hospital, and all those who helped her throughout the years. God bless each and everyone of you!\n\n\nThe family would like to invite friends to a brief program starting Thursday, Dec. 23, at 6:30 p.m., followed by an open celebration of her life until 8:30 p.m. at the Millcreek 8th Ward located at 4558 South 600 East, Murray, Ut. In lieu of flowers, with so many in need at this time of year, please give to those who you feel could be helped most by your donations. Thanks, the Park family.