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Fay L. Muhlestein

December 3, 1928 - September 28, 2017


Funeral Visitation Interment
Friday, October 06, 2017, 11:00 AM

Monticello LDS Stake Center
165 South Main
Monticello, Utah

Friday, October 06, 2017, 8:30-10:30 AM

Monticello LDS Stake Center
165 South Main
Monticello, Utah

Friday, October 06, 2017

Monticello City Cemetery
Cemetery Road (East on 200 South)
Monticello, Utah


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Jody Shumway

Eagle Mountain, Utah 84005

Years ago, I worked with Fay when she was secretary and Harold was judge in the San Juan Justice Court. I worked closely with Fay for a few months as her assistant in the office, and I got to know her well. After that, I often visited with her whenever I saw her at the grocery store, pharmacy, or greenhouse. I was very fond of her, and I had a great deal of respect for the trials she so graciously and patiently bore, and for the many things she accomplished in her life. To me she was a humble but elect lady. I was sad to hear of her passing. My prayers for comfort go out to her family.


Anne B & Ralph Mitchell Mitchell

Spanish Fork Utah

Have known the Muhlesteins since they first arrived in Monticello and he taught at MHS. Since they first arrived all of my children have been taught by him even though we moved in and out of Monticello several different times prior to 1974.Each time we returned to visit we and attended church we enjoyed his Sunday School class and learned why the kids had enjoyed his teaching and we enjoyed his co-teaching with Fay. Her histories of Monticello are excellent. We have always enjoyed our relationship with them. We send our condolences and want their children to know how much we, too, enjoyed their parents.


Verna Black Askwig

Cottonwood Heights, UT

I grew up with the Muhlestein family in Monticello. Harold was a favorite teacher of mine in High School. I always remember how quiet and nice Fay was. She would always come and talk to me when I came home for the celebrations. I know how much time she dedicated to writing the history of Monticello. My condolences go our to the Muhlestein family. She left a great posterity. She will be greatly missed.


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