Randy Dean Kimber

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Randy was born on January 18, 1952 in Elko, Elko County, Nevada a son of Jack O’Niel and Marion Valentine Pearson Kimber.

He was reared and educated in Grouse Creek, Utah and was a student of Bear River High School. He was priest and home teacher in the Grouse Creek LDS Ward.

He had the following brothers and sisters: Stuart Mathew, A. William, Quentin Joseph, Curtis Eugene, Marilyn O’Niel, Gwendolyn Kay, Jacqulyn “Jaque”, Karen M. and Edie K.

The following is taken from a news article:

Snowville, Utah

A 16 year old boy was fatally injured Thursday evening two miles north of here when he fell under a moving trailer loaded with baled hay. Randy Dean Kimber, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Kimber of Grouse Creek, died about 2:00 a.m. today at the Dee Memorial Hospital of head and internal injuries. The Utah Highway Patrol said the Kimber youth was riding on a hay laden trailer being pulled by Jim Hayder, 14, of Snowville. The Kimber boy apparently attempted to jump to a passing trailer being pulled by Mathew Hickman, 16, of Snowville said the highway patrol. He landed partially on the loaded trailer but slipped and fell beneath the right front wheel. The injured boy was taken to the Dee Hospital in Ogden by the Tremonton volunteer ambulance.

He died September, 27, 1968 and is buried in the Grouse Creek Cemetery.