Warren Hyrum Burbank Aged 79, beloved husband of Iona Burbank passed away peacefully surrounded by his loving family in Draper, Utah on Wednesday February 12, 2020 following a prolonged illness. \r\nWarren was born August 12, 1941 in Claresholm, Alberta Canada, the third son born to Hyrum Dean Burbank and Ida Christine Lundgard of Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada. He was preceded in death by his parents, and older brothers Leonard and Irvin Burbank. He is survived by his loving and devoted wife Iona and his five children:\r\n Darren (Shannon), Tammy Nelson(Burbank) , Alana (David) Gabrielson, Dan(Nicole) and Andy(Jennie). He has fifteen grandchildren which he so loved and adored telling his stories. \r\nWarren grew up in farming communities of Southern Alberta while living in Claresholm, Nobleford, Diamond City, Fort Macleod and Lethbridge, Alberta Canada. He graduated from Lethbridge Collegiate High School in June, 1959 and served in the Western States Mission for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints from 1962-64. He married Edith Iona Rutledge in Cardston, Alberta on October 9, 1965. He received multiple degrees from Brigham Young University and the University of Lethbridge in business and education, and was a teacher in Corcoran Unified School District for14 years, until his retirement. An active member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, he served as service missionaries and Pioneer Trek Coordinators for the summers 2009 and 2010 in Wyoming. \r\nWarren loved camping and fishing, and spent his twighlight years fishing in crystal blue waters of Montana’s Quake Lake during the summer, and winter in the warm Arizona sunlight. He is remembered by family and friends alike for his sense of humor and willingness to work. Warren loved to work with the youth, and tried to make a positive impact in the lives of his children, grand-children and students that he taught. \r\nWarren was diagnosed with diabetes and fought a good fight for over twenty-seven years. During his last few years after travelling became difficult, Warren became very active in communicating on Facebook, reconnecting with many old friends. He also exchanged with Historical advocates of Lethbridge Historical Society. \r\nHe was a loving, caring, thoughtful and understanding husband, soul mate, father and grandfather who loved to make everyone laugh and have a good time together. He loved telling stories of his life and experiences. He will be greatly missed by his family and friends. \r\nA Memorial Service will be held at The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 498E Hollow Creek Rd, Draper, Utah on Tuesday Feb 25 @11 a.m. Reception to follow.