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1946 Jackie 2021

Jackie Guymon

February 27, 1946 — August 19, 2021

Jackie Guymon

1946 ~ 2021

Carolyn Jean Britton Guymon “Jackie” 1946-2021,our beloved mother passed away peacefully surrounded by family August 19, 2021 in Park City, Utah.  She was born in Salt Lake City, Utah February 27, 1946 to Jacob Gilbert Britton and Selma Goodwin Nichols Britton. She married James Eugene Guymon Sr. November 16, 1962.  Together they were blessed with three children, Jim, Jayme and Gator.

Prior to her husband’s passing, they had many great adventures traveling.  One of their favorite destinations was Coos Bay Oregon.  Jackie had a big heart when it came to animals and she was always talking to them like they were her children and feeding the neighborhood strays.  She loved spending time with her children, grandchildren, great grandchildren. Later in life she found her second love, Larry Radtke and they had many happy years together.

Preceded in death by her parents; husband; brothers, Freddy Britton and Alvin Britton; sister, Eudora Ogaard.  She is survived by Larry Radtke, Jim (Kim) Guymon, Jayme (MJ) Guymon, Jeff “Gator” Guymon; grandchildren, Eric, Sean, Audris, Suann, Kirsti, Gator; and great-grandchildren, Zaley, Erica, Easton, Lole, Eliya, Raelynn, Dominick, Harrison.

A celebration of life will be held Sep 11, 2021 from 11 am to 2 pm at City Park located at 4500 W 3500 S West Valley City.

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Celebration of Life

Saturday, September 11, 2021

11:00am - 2:00 pm (Mountain time)

West Valley City, City Park


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