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Valley View Memorial Park and Funeral Home

4335 West 4100 South, West Valley City, UT

OBITUARY

Lynda White Hopes

July 12, 1944November 30, 2019

Lynda White Hopes, age 75, passed away in the early morning of November 30, 2019 at Promise Hospital after a long battle from complications of diabetes.

Lynda was born July 12, 1944 at LDS Hospital in Salt Lake City, Utah, to Harry Brown White and Iona Hughes. In 1962 she graduated from Granger High School. She married Dennis George Hopes on September 2, 1966 in Elko, Nevada and they raised four children together.

While her children were young, Lynda was a stay-at-home mother and a homemaker. She occasionally took a part-time job around Christmas to give her kids the best Christmases. Lynda was always very involved in her children’s lives by being a room mother at school, being involved in Boy Scouts for 15 years with her sons, Girl Scouts for 4 years and primary for 10 years. Later, Lynda went to work for Brashers Auto Auction for a few years and then went on to work for Work Activity Center (WAC) for 10 years. Here, she worked with mentally handicapped adults and she loved them all. After her husband Dennis passed away, she went to work for American Land and Leisure managing campgrounds in Utah’s beautiful mountains. Here, Lynda was in her true element working in the great outdoors and meeting people from all over the United States. In addition to camping, Lynda enjoyed crafts, sewing, crocheting and she loved, loved, LOVED to talk. To know Lynda was to love her.

Lynda is survived by her children; son Denny (Cammy), daughter Lisa, son Daniel(Erika), daughter Lynette, 11 grandchildren and 3 great grandchildren. She is preceded in death by her parents, her husband Dennis, sister Kaye, and daughter Cathy.

Funeral services with be on December 6, 2019 at the LDS church on 4251 S. 4800 W. in West Valley City, Utah. A viewing with be from 10:00-10:45 am followed by a service at 11:00 am. A grave dedication will be at Valley View Memorial Park 4400 W. 4100 S. at 12:30.

  • PALLBEARERS

  • Dennis Hopes
  • Daniel Hopes
  • Zarin Workman
  • Zander Workman
  • Skyler Black
  • Sheldon Black
  • Del White, Honorary Pallbearer
  • Richard White, Honorary Pallbearer
  • Sebestyn Hopes, Honorary Pallbearer

Services

6 December

Viewing

10:00 am - 10:45 am

Granger South Building

4251 South 4800 West
West Valley City, Utah

6 December

Funeral Service

11:00 am

Granger South Building

4251 South 4800 West
West Valley City, Utah

Dedication of the grave will take place at Valley View Memorial Park at 12:30 PM

Memories

Lynda White Hopes

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rick hopes

December 6, 2019

AUNT LINDA WAS WONDERFUL AUNT,SHE ALWAYS HAD SUNSHINE IN HER SMILE AND A CUTE LITTLE GIGGLE WHEN SHE TALKED. I WILL MISS HER,BUT I KNOW SHE IS AT REST FINALLY AND WITH UNCLE DENNIS IN PEACE, MUCH LOVE FOR MY COUSINS ,HOPE YOU CAN KEEP YOUR FAMILY CLOSE THAT IS VERY IMPORTANT AT THIS TIME. BLESS YOU ALL

Michele Elder

December 5, 2019

Our deepest prayers for your family Lisa. We are sorry for your loss. Remembering Lynda at the Workman reunions and get togethers and her friendliness. She will be forever missed.
Kind regards,
Michele J Elder (Nash & Nya)

Jodie Woodside

December 5, 2019

I remember as a teenager walking in to the Hopes' family home and feeling welcomed from day one. Lynda was so full of life and love, but she always allowed room for more. I regret not seeing her for so many years as I know there are many missed memories. However, growing up with Lynette, and having the chance to meet and share some time with Lynda, it's an honor to say she was one of the most beautiful souls I've ever met. You are loved and will be missed dearly, rest in peace Lynda. 😥💔

Angela Abu-Khamseen

December 4, 2019

I'll miss Lynda's bright smile, funny personality, having lunch together at Gardner Village, and having long conversations with her. She was such an amazing and strong lady. I'm very sorry Lisa. I know it is tough losing your mom. We pray for peace and wonderful memories of happy times together for her family.

Lori Bridges

December 4, 2019

Aunt Lynda was a very special Auntie to me, as you should ready know. Even though it was sometimes years that would go by without talking, she always was in my thoughts. Aunt Lynda felt like an angel that would take me under her wing whenever I would see or talk to her. I know she's at peace now and it's comforting to know she's back with Uncle Dennis. All my love goes out to my cousin's at this difficult time. 💔🙏

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY