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In Memory

Phyllis Morley (Gilson)

Phyllis Morley (Gilson)

Phyllis ended her own life on May 24, 2005. Her obituary is from the May 9, 2005, Salt Lake Tribune.

Phyllis Marie Morley Gilson "Philly" Our Mommy, Gwama, Wife, Aunt Sister and Friend decided on May 24, 2005 to write the ending to her own life story. Philly enjoyed laughing and joking. She had a great sense of humor which allowed her to laugh at herself and others. Anyone who knew and loved her couldn't get enough of her infectious laugh. She loved spending time with her family and has 2 beautiful daughters that love her more than anything and will miss her very much. She always made sure "All her ducks were in a Row" and never hesitated when it came to "common sense." Gwama Thursdays were the highlight of her life, Shelby and Gwama would watch vivor, have nacks, take a tubby, put yotion on and nuggle in there blankdets. She was quite the scrabble player and was a blanket makin fool. She loved to wrap her homemade blankets around the people she loved. She loved nothing more than "hanging out" camping, going to Moab with her family, and getting herself a "sunburn." No one in this world could put a "lil' outfit" together better than Philly. Born on April 5, 1951 in Salt Lake City to LaVon and Marie Morley. Lived in Salt Lake City for all of her 54 years. Married for 35 years to her high school sweetheart Deano. Survived by: Husband Dean R. Gilson; two daughters: Jaime Gilson; Jill (Cory) Gilson; Granddaughter (Sweetheart Baby) Shelby Gilson and our buddy Milo, Riverton, Utah. Many Nieces and Nephews and extended family; Siblings Jim (Karin) Morley, Roy (Sherrie) Morley; preceded in death by her loving mother Marie Robertson Morley, Sister: Maurine M. Korologos, Brothers: Ray Hyrum Morley; Rodney Bill Morley. Funeral Services will be held Wednesday June 1, 2005 at 12:00 Noon at Jenkins-Soffe South Valley Mortuary 1007 W. South Jordan Parkway (10400 So.) Friends and Family may attend the viewing Tuesday, May 31, 2005 from 6-9 pm and 1 hour prior to the service on Wednesday at Jenkins-Soffe. "We Love you 50 Million"