Wednesday, September 30, 2009

JEROMY PECTOL - Served in the OCM

Jeromy Talcott Pectol 12/12/69 ~ 9/22/09 FARMINGTON- Jeromy Talcott Pectol, beloved husband, dad, son, grandson, brother and friend, returned home to his Heavenly Father on September 22, 2009 following a tragic accident. Jeromy was born December 12, 1969 to Wyatt and Karen Robinson Pectol in Provo, Utah. He was the eldest of 11 children. Jeromy grew up in Orem, Ogden, and Layton, graduating from Layton High School in 1988. Jeromy served an honorable LDS mission to the Cleveland Ohio Mission from 1989-1991. Jeromy married his sweetheart Shanea Williams on October 9, 1992. The marriage was solemnized in the Salt Lake Temple. There are not enough words to describe the father and husband we have lost. He loved his work and was employed with Weber Basin Water and Davis Mosquito Abatement. Jeromy was an avid hunter and outdoorsman. He loved camping, fishing and snowboarding with his kids. Jeromy is survived by his sweet wife Shanea, his sons Drew and Logan and daughter Hallie which he adored; his grandparents, Hal and Karma Pectol, Ken and Dawn Nodzu, his parents, step father Richard Thompson; his siblings, Eric, Jana, Ryan (Angie), Sheila (Damon), Ben (Cami), Brent (Chantelle), Blake (Wendy), Laura (Mitch), Kate and Karma Leia (Rudy) He is also survived by his in-laws Ace and Maydell Williams and family. Funeral services will be held at Fairways Ward, 1533 N. 1075 W. in Farmington at 11 a.m. Monday 28 Sept 2009. A viewing will be held at Russon Brothers Mortuary, 1941 N. Main St in Farmington from 5-7 p.m. on Sunday evening and 9:30-10:30 a.m. at the ward house prior to the services. The family wishes to thank all the family and friends for their love and support. Online guest book and condolences at www.russonmortuary.com

3 comments:

Karen said...

Jeromy loved serving in the OCM. His bishop shared this story at the services- A few weeks ago there was a YM activity in the ward. Three "elders" were asked to come and share their mission experiences. It was warm and two came dressed like the boys in shorts and flip flops- Not Elder Pectol he came in a suit with is hair cut and with his missionary name tag- Jeromy loved his mission and felt honored to be in the service of his Heavenly Father. Thank you to all of you who helped make his mission so wonderful.
Karen Pectol Thompson
Jeromy's Mom

Kate Lorraine said...

Thank you for sharing that story. From everything I have heard, Jeromy was a great person and a great missionary. I am so sorry for your loss. I am sure he is doing great things for the work on the other side.

Logan said...

Jeromy was a tremendous man. I served around him in the OCM and then, many years later--to my great joy--I moved into his ward in Farmington, UT. He spoke often and fondly of his time in the OCM and of his good companions and Misson Presidents. He left behind a beauitful family,an amazing wife and remarkable children.

Jeromy carried about him a wholesome, happy and good spirit--and he always had a twinkle in his eye. I'm certain he's working double-time beyond the veil, doing everything he can to serve his family and his Heavenly Father. He is missed.