In Memory

Wendy Green (Record)

Wendy Green (Record)

 

 



 
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11/22/10 08:57 PM #1    

Benjamin Haslam

Wendy Lee Green Record 1973 ~ 2005 Our beloved wife, mother and daughter,
Wendy Lee Green Record, 31, passed away suddenly at home in Salt Lake City,
Utah on May 8, 2005. She was born July 9, 1973 to Clyde Green and Peggy
Donelson Green in Salt Lake City. She married Shawn Record on August 20, 1993.
Wendy loved her family, loved being a mother and homemaker. Wendy is survived
by her husband Shawn, children Brayden and Ashton, her parents, stepmother
Margaret Green, grandmother Dorothy Johnson, brothers Dave, Kirk, Bart and
Brett Green, stepbrother Kevin Monk. A viewing will be held from 6:00 p.m. to
8:00 p.m. on Thursday, May 12, 2005 at the Forest Dale Ward, 739 East Ashton
Ave (2340 South) in Salt Lake City, where friends and family may call.
Graveside service will be held at 12:00 noon Friday, May 13, 2005 at Murray
City Cemetery. Arrangements by SereniCare, Funeral Directors. Memorial
donations may be made at America First Credit Union, to the Wendy Record
Memorial Fund. You are my best friend. We will love you and miss you forever.
 

Published in the Salt Lake Tribune on 5/12/2005.

 


12/08/10 09:54 AM #2    

Andrea Drossos (Andersen)

Ah, Wendy!  I remember you from the early 80's when we were in Elementry school.  You were a lovely person, I hope your family is doing well.


12/09/10 09:53 PM #3    

Erin Merkley (Hughes)

Wendy lived across the street from me when we were young.  We painted our nails, spied on her brothers, ran through sprinklers, played in the attic, took dance together, rode bikes, played dress-ups, had our first sleepovers, and had chicken pox together.  It was hard when she moved away.  I wish I had re-connected with her later in life before her passing.  She was such a joy to be around.  Always a shining, smiling face.


06/03/11 09:20 PM #4    

Kami Redd (Giles)

I have very happy memories of beautiful Wendy Green.  She was kind, thoughtful, always happy, and fun to be around.  When I think of Wendy I remember her contagious laugh and darling sense of humor.  My thoughts and prayers are with her family.


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