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Winona Killpack

Winona Killpack

Friday, August 10th, 1928 - Saturday, January 4th, 2020
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Obituary

Winona Luke Killpack
August 10, 1928–Jan 4, 2020

Winona Luke Killpack, beloved mother and grandmother, passed away January 4, 2020 at the age of 91. Born August 10, 1928, in Orangeville, Utah, she was the fourth child, and only daughter, born to Leanora Hickman Luke and Leroy Luke. She graduated from Emery H.S. and attended classes at BYU.

She married Ben Killpack in the Salt Lake Temple on September 9, 1946 and celebrated 66 years together before his passing in 2012. They made their home in Oakley Idaho; Snowflake, Arizona; and in Coalville, Springville, Castle Dale, and Orem, Utah.

As a young mother, Winona taught tap dance classes out of her home. Later, she was employed for several years at Nebo School District. In 1978, she and Ben relocated back to Emery County, where she became a Real Estate Broker and founded a successful real estate company.

Winona truly loved music. She sang, played the piano, organ, and accordion—always having a song befitting every occasion. She knew by heart the words to hundreds of songs. She especially cherished the many years she spent performing as a member of the Springville Musettes Ladies Chorus.

Her life was one of warmth, generosity, gratitude, and devotion to family and friends. She radiated love and kindness every day of her life. In return, she was loved by all who knew her, and she will be missed beyond measure.

She is survived by her children, Steven B. Killpack, Susan Killpack Peay (Roger) and Melody Killpack Clyde, as well as 15 grandchildren and 40 great-grandchildren.

Funeral services will be held Saturday, January 11, 2020 at the LDS chapel at 1260 South 400 West, Orem, Utah at 11 am. A visitation will be held from 10-11 am prior to the service. A graveside interment will be conducted at 3:30 pm at the Orangeville City Cemetery. Friends and family may sign a memory book at fausettmortuary .com.
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  • Visitation

    Saturday, January 11th, 2020 | 10:00am - 11:00am
    When
    Saturday, January 11th, 2020 10:00am - 11:00am
    Location
    Orem LDS Chapel 1260 S. 400 W.
    Address
    Address Not Available
  • Service

    Saturday, January 11th, 2020 | 11:00am
    When
    Saturday, January 11th, 2020 11:00am
    Location
    1260 S 400 W Orem LDS Chapel
    Address
    Address Not Available
  • Interment

    Saturday, January 11th, 2020 | 3:30pm
    When
    Saturday, January 11th, 2020 3:30pm
    Location
    Orangeville City Cemetery
    Address
    Cemetery Rd
    Orangeville, Utah 84537
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Rob Reese

Posted at 07:00am
My father, Bill Reese, and Winona are first cousins, and I last saw her at his funeral in June 2015. He is the son of Maree Hickman Jensen, Aunt Leah’s sister. Winona is such a sweet, kind person. It was my pleasure to have been with her on several occasions. I’m sure that you will always cherish her memory, and look forward to being with her again. Rob Reese
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Rand E Ward

Posted at 11:16pm
One of the truly great women of our Father in Heaven. Very fond memories of the Killpacks. Rand & Barbara/ Scott & Becky Ward
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Cathy Huling

Posted at 09:15am
So sorry for your loss I had her as my tap teacher May God Be With You Until You Meet Again. RIP
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Brad & Mary Ann Hatch Family

Posted at 12:06am
We hope you find comfort knowing three trees are growing to honor your beloved Nonie in Nora, Abram and Ezra Hatch's names.
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3 memorial trees were planted in the memory of Winona Killpack
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carl jacobson

Posted at 09:35pm
Over fifteen years ago, on a beautiful fall Sunday afternoon, I told my bride I was going to take a drive down south. I headed to a small town named Castel Dale. There I met a couple of Ol'Love birds named Ben and Winona Killpack. They showed me the town, their Mobile Home Park business and we together sat on their front porch and talked for hours. Ben was the heart of the business, But I learned real fast that Winona was the brains and enforcer behind this partnership. In a no nonsenses manner we worked out a deal. We bought the business and through the years taught our kids to work, made a profit and had an adventure doing it. Amazingly. we also bought the house they both rebuilt and affectionally called the relic. We are honored to still own and reside in that every remodeling relic house, but most previous to my heart is the love and deepest respect I have for these two individuals we call family. My deepest symphony to you and yours from our combined beloved home to your warm, singing and gum chewing home, best wishes always, Carl A. Jacobson and family.
 
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Gina W. Killpack Posted at 02:48am

This is such a sweet tribute! I love hearing from people who knew my grandparents, and especially love that you’re familiar with (and still live in) their beloved “Relic.” And speaking of, the sign you made and displayed on your lawn the day of the funeral was so kind and so thoughtful, and made everyone smile. Thank you for thinking of us.❤️ Sincerely, Bennie and Winona’s granddaughter, Gina Killpack
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