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Jean Ann Carlson

January 20, 1940 — December 5, 2022

Jean Ann Carlson, loving mother, daughter, sister, aunt, and grandmother passed away December 5th, 2022, peacefully at home surrounded by her loving family. Jean was born on January 20 ,1940 to Georgia Mckenna and Albert E. Carlson in Elgin, Nebraska. They later settled in Ashton, Idaho, where she graduated from North Freemont High School. She married Kenneth Reed Congdon in 1960 and together they had three children Brett, Jeff and Kalle Jo. They later divorced. In 1970 she married Franklin Delbert Taylor and moved to Logan, Ut, where they were joined by his two sons Robbie and Scottie. They later divorced. She married Dennis Nyman of North Logan in 1990. In 1993 Dennis’s son Randy Nyman joined their household. Dennis passed away in 1999.
Jean loved the outdoors and spent time with her family camping, hunting, fishing, riding her horse and snowmobiling. She opened her home to many who where displaced or struggling and gave them her unconditional love. Jean’s inner beauty matched her outer beauty. She had a way of making people feel welcome and important.
Jean was an extremely hard worker. She worked for several years at Wurlitzer’s where she earned the nickname “Stickers”. She then became a lab technician at Gossner Foods. She loved the work and especially the people she worked with for 32 years. After her retirement in 2014 she enjoyed traveling with her sister Dona to Bali, Indonesia, Alaska, the Caribbean, and Europe. Jean was an animal lover and devoted much time and attention to her special fury friends
Jean was blessed with a large posterity of 21 grandchildren and 43 great- grandchildren and 2 great-great grandchildren who all held a special place in her heart. Jean is survived by her children Brett (Connie) Congdon\Smithfield, Ut, Jeff (Sherri) Congdon\ Preston, ID, Kalle Congdon (Brent) Thompson/ No. Logan, UT, Robert (Bonnie) Taylor/Saratoga Springs, Ut, and Randy Nyman/Corvalis, OR, 1 brother Ernest Carlson\Ashton, Id , 2 sisters Dona (Wendall) Deboer/Maple Valley , WA, and Nancy Eckman\Seattle, 1 sister-in-law Barbara Carlson/Ashton, ID, and was preceded in death by her parents, brother Larry Carlson, nieces Tauna Jo Langridge and Tara Dawn Eckman.
Jean was an active member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Later-Day-Saints. She found peace in the restored gospel of Jesus Christ and the plan of salvation and looked forward to the reunion with loved ones who have already passed.
The family would like to thank the staff at the Gossner Cancer Center, Maple Springs Community Nursing and Intermountain Healthcare Hospice for their expertise and compassionate care for our sweet mother.
Special thanks to Kalle and Brent for their special care at the home she loved. Jean’s beautiful smile and humble heart will be greatly missed, and we have been blessed to know her.
Funeral arrangements are under the direction of Allen-Hall Mortuary. A viewing will be held at their North Logan location 420 East 1800 North St. North Logan, UT 84341, Friday December 9th 2022 from 10:00 am to 11:30 with the funeral service to follow at 12:00 noon. Interment will be in the North Logan Memorial Park, 2075 E 2500 N North Logan, Ut.
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Friday, December 9, 2022

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North Logan Memorial Park and Cemetery

1950 E 2500 N, North Logan, UT 84341

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