Jalene Weston Obituary (1953-2021) – Ogden, UT
Jalene Simpson Weston, 68 years old, will be at her home in on Sunday, September 19, 2021. died
Hooper, Utah from Cancer.
Jalene was born on March 23, 1953, the first and only child of Jay and Charlene Simpson
lived in Hooper all her life. First with her parents and later building a house next door
her when she started her own family. Jalene grew up in a loving home. Lots of lessons were
Jalene taught when she was growing up. The most important lessons were from God and family and love.
These are the truths she cherished. Because Jalene was an only child, she was close to her
Cousins. Both in growing up and in adulthood. They became her siblings. She had a lot of loving ones
Memories of her time with her cousins.
Jalene attended Hooper Elementary, Roy Jr. High, and Roy High School, where she served as
a royalaire and sang in choir. She only attended Weber State College for one semester. It
That semester she met a sweet, returned missionary. His name was Dennis Jay
He and Weston had recently returned from Japan. They met at an MM Gleaners Church activity.
It is said that she played hard to get. It must have worked, because after only 3 weeks of dating
Dennis proposed. But his suggestion was in Japanese and Jalene had no idea what it was
Saying. After a few weeks he said the words in English and they were engaged. Dennis
and Jalene were married on March 8, 1973 in the Salt Lake Temple.
Jalene and Dennis welcomed children into their lives quickly and joyfully. Jalene wanted a lot
Children. She wanted her children to have siblings. Something she never had. And she always
wanted them to love each other and never argue. Your children would often hear the phrase “If I
Had siblings, I’d never fight! “Jalene gave birth to 7 children, the first six children
were all girls. One of the daughters born to her was stillborn at birth. And another daughter was
born in the car on the way to the hospital! Jalene’s last child was a son.
Jalene was her children growing up, a mother who stayed at home most of the time. She always had
such a loving feeling in her home. Jalene doesn’t like to cook, but she likes to bake. Their children
loved coming home with the smell of chocolate chip cookies or cinnamon rolls. Jalene loved it
sew. She has provided many beautiful clothes to her children and grandchildren over the years.
Even when Jalene was a housewife, she tried to help out with finances. She used it
Sewing skills for paid tailoring and even taught sewing courses for children in the summer. When
Her last children went to school, she got a job at Rocky Mountain Jr. High as a lunch lady. she
worked there for many years. Eventually she switched to Mary Kay Cosmetics. Jalene
loved selling her mary kay. She earned herself some fun new cars and lots of trips along the way, however
Most of all she loved the people she met there. Jalene would say it was her favorite job!
Barely a second followed in the summer, in which she and her good cared for Hooper Park
Friend, Debi Haws.
Jalene was a devoted member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. She served in
many callings, in Primary and young women, and as a Relief Society president. She found that
good luck in serving. Jalene had a strong testimony and love for our Savior.
Jalene enjoyed reading, traveling, and shopping. She loved purses and jewelry! Jalene too
loved watching movies. Her favorite films were disaster films. But mainly
Jalene loved life and people. She loved to laugh and have fun. Their laughter and their liveliness
Attitude will be missing.
Jalene was diagnosed with melanoma cancer in 2015 and found it to be in 2018
metastasized. Jalene underwent numerous treatments for this cancer. It’s been a tough way off
Suffering and sickness. But Jalene met him with courage and hope. When Jalene died, we believe that she
didn’t lose her battle with cancer. We believe Jalene beat cancer by living and loving.
The family would like to thank the doctors, nurses and staff at the Huntsman Cancer Institute,
Envision Home Health and Hospice, Dr. Jeremy Rinard, Dr. Zachary Campbell and Dr. Allison
Triplite. They also want to say thank you to the neighbors and friends in the Hooper 2nd Ward. there
are angels on earth.
Jalene had preceded her father C. Jay Simpson and a grandson Logan Raleigh in death
Bowling. She leaves behind her loving husband Dennis, her mother Charlene, and her 6 children:
Cariane (Derek) Bowles, Jennifer Weston, Amanda (Brett) Rasmussen, Melissa Christensen,
Abby (Hernando) Perez and Dennis Jay Weston Jr. and 13 grandchildren.
A viewing will take place on Thursday, September 23rd from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. in the Myers Mortuary. instead of
in Roy, 5865 p. 1900 W. The funeral service will take place on Friday, September 24th at 11:00 am
the Hooper LDS Church, 5500 S. 5900 W. Before the services there will be a short tour of
9:30 am to 10:30 am. The burial takes place in the Hooper cemetery.
Instead of flowers, the family would ask you to donate to the LDS Church Humanitarian Fund.
To send flowers to Jalene’s family, please visit our flower shop.
Published by Myers Mortuary on September 23, 2021.