OBITUARY

Don Domgaard

September 18, 1931December 9, 2012

Don Stanley Domgaard 1931 ~ 2012

Don Stanley Domgaard was released from this calling and is onto his next one on December 9, 2012. Don was born on September 18, 1931 to Bryant Melroy Domgaard and Ida Burt in Salina, Utah. On July 1, 1954 he married Dorothy Ridgway in the Hawaiian Temple while serving in the U.S. Navy. Don served faithfully the saints in the Hillcrest Sandy Wards in the scouting program and in various bishoprics.

Don is survived by his wife, Dorothy; his sons Bryant (Carolyn) and Paul (Kathalene); his daughter Lee; his grandchildren Amy, Nathan (Melanie), Sarah, Randi, Kyle and Ryan; and two great-grandchildren. Don was predeceased by two infant boys.

Funeral services will be held on Friday, December 14th at noon at the Hillcrest 3rd Ward Building on 8600 South 1200 East in Sandy. The viewing will be Thursday, December 13th from 6:30 – 8pm at the Hillcrest 3rd Ward Building and Friday morning from 10:45 – 11:45 a.m. Interment: Wasatch Lawn Memorial Park. Online condolences www.wasatchlawn.com

Services

  • Visitation Thursday, December 13, 2012
  • Funeral Service Friday, December 14, 2012
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Cindy Harrington

December 14, 2012

What a great friend, neighbor and church leader Don was. I am saddened that he has moved on to the next great adventure. It is our loss here on earth and heaven has gained a very special man. I hope he and Dick have had a grand reunion. Love to all of you, Cindy Harrington

Anne Sheldon

December 13, 2012

Thinking of you and your family and of the many years and memories as neighbors...
"Although it's difficult today to see beyond the sorrow,
May looking back in memory help comfort you tomorrow"
Peace be with you... Anne, Susie, Doug, Joe and Karin

December 13, 2012

Dorothy, Wayne and I just read of Don's death and want to let you know that we love you very much. What a great gift of service you and Don gave us in our need. Thank you for all you and Don have done to bless our ward and our neighborhood. I so enjoyed your friendship and appreciated the goodness in each of you. Know that we care deeply about you - particularly, at this time. We live in Pleasant Grove and send our compassion. Sincerely, Annette and Wayne Clark (annette5804@gmail.com)

Shauna Denos

December 12, 2012

The best part of my day at work (I work for Cyprus Credit Union)was when Don would come in. He always had a wonderful smile and a kind word. All of us at the Union Park Branch will miss him, especially me. Thank you for sharing this wonderful man with us.

December 12, 2012

Don,

I have always enjoyed your friendship, lind heart, being staunch isn righteous behavior and decisions, and your great wife and children.

May you enjoy your transfer and the work ahead of you as much as you hve here on Earth.

YOur friends,

Brent and Sheila Chaston and Family

December 12, 2012

Dorothy, brant, Paul, and Lee. I have the deepest respect and love for your husband and father. i enjoyed working with him, his good spirit, and ability to choose and live by righteous principles.

May you find comfort at this time in knowing that he lives and his "transfer" is a new calling as well as the continuation of his eternal life.

Sincerely,

Brent and Sheila Chaston

Bob Harrington

December 12, 2012

I loved my neighbor, friend and Bishop. I always remembered that he, Paul and Bryant would have a deer from the hunt and my Dad and I wouldn't. He helped me with scouts and besides my Mom I owe that to Don. Great neighbor to my parents and family for so many years. With all of my love Bob Harrington

Steve and Rose Pickett

December 12, 2012

Dear Domgaard Family, I just want to tell you how much Don has meant to me in my life. They tell us that we are to give back to scouting more than we have been given. I have been working my entire life to try to measure up to what a great man Don was to me in my scouting. I don't think I can ever give back more than he has given me. Bryant and Paul I have so many wonderful memories of campouts and scouting adventures with you and your dad. Thank you for being such an important part of my life. Dorothy thank you for all you did for me in cub scouting. I will never forget all the fun activities and skits we did in your basement. I love your family and all you mean to me.
Love Steve and Rose Pickett and Family

Linda Durrant

December 12, 2012

I loved Bishop Domgaard. He was so good to me while I was the 3rd ward and I will never forget him. My deepest sympathies to you all. Love, Linda Durrant

John Brinkerhoff

December 12, 2012

So very sorry to hear of your fathers passing.