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Annie Rogers Compton

Annie Rogers Compton

Annie Rogers Compton died Wednesday, December 15, 1976, after a lingering illness. She was born November 18, 1903 in Evanston, Wyo. to Alfred and Mary Shaw Rogers. She married John A. Compton September 1, 1926 in the Salt Lake LDS Temple.

Her early life was spent in Evanston, Blackfoot, Idaho, Salt Lake City and Croydon, Utah. She was a graduate of Weber College and had taught school in the Morgan County and Ogden City Scholl Districts. Active in church affairs, she had been a Sunday School Organist and teacher; Primary Organist, teacher and secretary; stake and ward Releif Society secretary and Relief Society visiting teacher.

She is survived by her husband; three daughters, Rosella Compton and Mrs. Neil (Cherril) Grose of Morgan and Mrs. Bradley H. (Lou Jean) Paul of Woods Cross, Two brothers, Wilford Rogers, Tremonton; and Vern S. Rogers, Bountiful. There are six grandchildren.

Funeral Services were held in the Morgan First Ward Chapel with Bishop John C. Johnson conducting. Floral arrangements were under the direction of the Morgan First Ward Relief Society. Pallbearers were Bradley C. Paul, Bert Carrigan, John Sommers, Lee Morgan, Bert Dickson, and Keith Johanson, Eileen Johnson played the prelude and postlude music. The Family prayer was given by Bradley H. Paul; the invocation by Wilford Rogers; Dean Pace played the piano medley followed by a talk by Pres. F. C. Jensen. Bishop Francis Webster played a violin solo with Dean Pace accompanist; Walter Dale Francis gave a talk and an organ medley was played by Ada Waldron; the benediction was by Bishop Charles Price.

Internment was in the South Morgan Cemetery with Vern S. Rogers giving the dedicatory prayer.

Friends who bought food, sent flowers, offered sympathy, or in any way helped or showed concern during the illness and death of our beloved wife and mother.

We extend a special thanks to Bishop John C. Johnson; LoRaine Wilkinson, President of the Morgan First Ward Relief Society; and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Walker.


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