Kaye Moffat

1952 ~ 2013

Shauna was born on December 15, 1952 to Max and Bessie Moffat at LDS Hospital in Salt Lake City, Utah. She was raised in Sandy, Utah and graduated from Jordan High School. Married her first love, Willard O’Neal in 1973. She attended LDS Business College. Became a successful insurance and real estate agent. She then started her 25-year-long career at American Express, holding a variety of positions, including Public Relations, Team Leader, as well as Fraud Investigations. Shauna was most passionate about her family. Her happiest moments were with her family. She opened her home and heart to many, taking them in as her own. She enjoyed shopping, especially for shoes. Shauna also loved to travel-her favorite trip was to Europe, where she visited the Vatican.
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Cremation Services provided to Taylorsville, UT

For compassionate services for cremation in the area of Taylorsville, UT, please use Wiscombe Memorial. More information about their services can be found at http://www.wiscombememorial.com/

Salt Lake City, United States – January 27, 2018 /PressCable/

The funeral directors of Wiscombe Memorial serve Taylorsville, UT with compassion and respect. Offering dignified funerals and memorial ceremonies, they have everything needed to properly commemorate a loved one when choosing cremation. Their services are meticulous and delivered at an affordable price. Please contact them at 1-385-528-1804 to arrange for cremation, cremation with a memorial service or full service traditional cremation of a loved one. Details about their cremation options can be found at http://www.wiscombememorial...

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The best ‘small’ city in the U.S. for start-ups is in Michigan

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Holland, Mich., is a four-hour drive from Milwaukee and more than 150 miles from Chicago and Detroit. About 33,000 people live in the city, and 113,000 people live in its metro area, according to a recent U.S. census.

The region is known for its heavily Dutch-influenced culture, and its annual tulip bulb festival attracts about 1 million visitors a year.

It’s certainly a beautiful place to live. It also beat out 1,260 other “small” cities as the best in the country to start a business.

Wait … what?

It’s true. That honor was recently bestowed as part of WalletHub’s annual survey of the best small cities in America for business start-ups...

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Cremation Services provided to Taylorsville, UT

For compassionate services for cremation in the area of Taylorsville, UT, please use Wiscombe Memorial. More information about their services can be found at http://www.wiscombememorial.com/

Salt Lake City, United States – January 27, 2018 /PressCable/

The funeral directors of Wiscombe Memorial serve Taylorsville, UT with compassion and respect. Offering dignified funerals and memorial ceremonies, they have everything needed to properly commemorate a loved one when choosing cremation. Their services are meticulous and delivered at an affordable price. Please contact them at 1-385-528-1804 to arrange for cremation, cremation with a memorial service or full service traditional cremation of a loved one. Details about their cremation options can be found at http://www.wiscombememorial...

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Cremation Services provided to Taylorsville, UT

For compassionate services for cremation in the area of Taylorsville, UT, please use Wiscombe Memorial. More information about their services can be found at http://www.wiscombememorial.com/

Salt Lake City, United States – January 27, 2018 /PressCable/

The funeral directors of Wiscombe Memorial serve Taylorsville, UT with compassion and respect. Offering dignified funerals and memorial ceremonies, they have everything needed to properly commemorate a loved one when choosing cremation. Their services are meticulous and delivered at an affordable price. Please contact them at 1-385-528-1804 to arrange for cremation, cremation with a memorial service or full service traditional cremation of a loved one. Details about their cremation options can be found at http://www.wiscombememorial...

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Candidates file for congressional, Utah legislative races

SALT LAKE CITY — Utah Reps. Rob Bishop, John Curtis, Mia Love and Chris Stewart this week officially filed for re-election to the U.S. House of Representatives.

Federal and state candidates in Utah have until 5 p.m. Thursday to file for the November election.

Curtis won the special election in 2017 to replace Rep. Jason Chaffetz, R-Utah, after Chaffetz stepped down in June.

Curtis faces two Republican challengers who filed Monday, Henry Kneitz III, of Draper, and Michael David Leavitt, of Orem, a distant relative of former Utah Gov. Mike Leavitt.

Love is seeking her third term in the U.S. House of Representatives...

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Taken for a ride? Taylorsville woman says she got ripped off by a Salt Lake County housing program

(Al Hartmann | The Salt Lake Tribune) Teena Johnson signed up for Salt Lake County’s Green & Healthy Homes Initiative. What she got was a new, leaky thermoplastic membrane roof. She points to a nail that has worked its way upward through the membrane, allowing moisture in.

Teena Johnson got a new roof on her Taylorsville home through a Salt Lake County program, but now her new roof leaks and there is a lien on her house for $16,000.

For the past 18 months, she has unsuccessfully sought redress from Salt Lake County’s Green & Healthy Homes Initiative; partner Habitat for Humanity; and a private-sector contractor, JR Remodeling.

“I didn’t have the money to get a new roof and I was worried about water damage,” she said. “Then I heard about this program and I became a victim of the program.”

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Photos: Taking it to the bank: Project aims to shore up Jordan River

Mark Roia, a field technician for the Salt Lake County Watershed Planning and Restoration Program, moves Christmas trees into place during a revetment project on the Jordan River at the Murray Nature Center in Taylorsville on Wednesday, Feb. 14, 2018. The revetment project used recycled Christmas trees to reinforce and protect banks along the Jordan River from erosion.

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Utah bill would ban abortions based on Down syndrome. In it, Connecticut Post reports that:

Republican Rep. Karianne Lisonbee of Clearfield, stands for the National Anthem to open the 2018 Utah Legislature Monday, Jan. 22, 2018, in Salt Lake City...

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Cremation Services provided to Taylorsville, UT

For compassionate services for cremation in the area of Taylorsville, UT, please use Wiscombe Memorial. More information about their services can be found at http://www.wiscombememorial.com/

Salt Lake City, United States – January 27, 2018 /PressCable/

The funeral directors of Wiscombe Memorial serve Taylorsville, UT with compassion and respect. Offering dignified funerals and memorial ceremonies, they have everything needed to properly commemorate a loved one when choosing cremation. Their services are meticulous and delivered at an affordable price. Please contact them at 1-385-528-1804 to arrange for cremation, cremation with a memorial service or full service traditional cremation of a loved one. Details about their cremation options can be found at http://www.wiscombememorial...

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Lawmakers unveil slate of bills aimed to aid women, the poor

SALT LAKE CITY — A bipartisan group of Utah lawmakers unveiled plans Thursday to eliminate Utah’s sales tax on groceries, provide birth control for poor women and tackle the gender pay gap — proposals that could be a tough sell in the Republican-dominated Legislature where leaders say the costs of social programs and tax credits and exemptions already have the potential to bust budgets.

Some of the bills from about a dozen lawmakers ae backed by groups like the American Civil Liberties Union, child advocacy group Voices for Utah Children, and the Salt Lake Chamber business group, but the legislators noted that not all of them support every proposal the group is working on.

The plans may also face an uphill battle in a conservative Legislature that resisted expanding Medicaid to more than 1...

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