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Lyle Clark Rich

September 27, 1935 — April 20, 2024

Ivins, Utah

Lyle Clark Rich

Lyle Clark Rich died 20 April 2024 in Ivins, Utah at the Southern Utah Veterans Home where he was a resident for the past three years. Lyle Clark Rich was born in Richville, Morgan County, Utah on September 27,1935 to Willian Rawle and Dora Clark Rich.


He served in the United States army from August 1958 to February 1962 including a tour in Korea. After his army service he worked for Swift and Co. in Ogden, Utah. He also worked for the Bureau of Reclamation as a surveyor. He married Pamela Wilson on July 6, 1963. They were later sealed in the Logan Utah Temple on May 17, 1965


Lyle spent 40 plus years on the dairy farm which he owned in Fairview, Idaho. He served on several committees and boards including DHI, and the village water board. He was active in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints holding a number of positions. He was always willing to help those less fortunate by providing work or other resources enabling them to be self-reliant. He was a generous man, often giving money to the bishop for families in need at Christmastime. Lyle has always had a passion for baseball and softball and volunteered as a city league softball umpire for numerous years. Lyle and Pamela moved to St. George, Utah in November 2006 after retiring from the dairy farm. But for some years afterward he would spend the summers in Fairview serving as the Cub River Irrigation Watermaster. 


He is survived by his children Kirk(Cheryl) of Orem, Utah, Todd (April) of Anacortes, Washington, Malinda (Justin) Allen of Fairview, Idaho. 11 grandchildren and 3 great grandchildren, his sisters Dorothy Camper of Fallbrook, California, and Doraleen Rich of South Jordan, Utah.


He was preceded in death by his wife Pamela of nearly 61 years, his parents William and Dora Rich, brother Carl Rich, sisters Beatrice Schofield, and Beverly Grimshaw, a half-brother Melvin Rich and half sisters Glenna Porter, Mildred Arnold, Flora Carter, Faye Smith, Aberta Liptrot, Ethelen Mortenson, and Ethel Rich.


The family and relatives will be celebrating his life in a private service on Friday April 26, 2024, at 2:00 p.m. at Webb Funeral Home.  Military Rites and Internment will be in the Logan City Cemetery, Logan Utah.


The family would like to thank the Nurses, CNA‘s, Social Workers, and staff of the Southern Utah Veterans Home for the expert, companionate, and gentle care given to our father over the last three years. We would also like to recognize the Nurses, CNA‘s, and Social Worker from Dixie Home and Hospice for the care they provided for the last few weeks of our father’s life.


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In lieu of flowers, please consider donating to the Southern Utah Veterans Home by sending a check payable to the Southern Utah Veterans Home at 160 North 200 East Ivins, Utah 84738 C/O Tony Moore. Please indicate on the check whether you would like the donation to go to the Residents Council Fund or to the Nurses Scholarship.

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