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Obituary: Linda Mae Buttars



Linda Mae Buttars Mom to All Linda was called home November 4, 2006 at the age of 52. Born July 26, 1954 in Salt Lake City, Utah, to Aloha Mae Davis and John Antoni Vietti. Married Randy Kim Buttars March 16, 1973 in the Salt Lake Temple. Linda worked for the City of West Jordan as the Supervisor over the crossing guard program for over 25 years. She loved the children and was always concerned about them and was proud of the program that she helped develop. Linda was active in the community and served on many committees. She served as chair of the Healthy West Jordan committee, she was on the Drug Coalition committee. She was also a driving force for the West Jordan Red Run. She also served as an advocate for the Victims Assistance Program in West Jordan, on the Crime, Fire and Health Prevention Fair committee and as PTA president at Majestic Elementary School three times, West Jordan Middle School once and West Jordan High School once. Linda was an active member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints all of her life and loved to plan the ward parties. She was currently teaching the Young Single Adults and was the Cub Den Leader for the Wolf and Bear Dens. Her most current calling was working in the Baptistry in the Jordan River Temple. She was excited to help people in whatever call she had. Survived by her husband of 33 years, Randy; children: Kimberly Ann (Mark) Sweeney, Ryan John, Justin Drew, Sean Michael (Tonya), Greg Aaron and Todd Jeffery; her mother, Aloha; the absolute loves of her life, her two grandchildren: Xander and Brookelyn, with two more on the way; sister, Margarite (Jim) Gollaher; brother, Brett (Alyson) Vietti. Preceded in death by her father, John Vietti. Funeral services will be held Thurs., 11 a.m. at the West Jordan East Stake Center, 7600 S. 1899 W. A viewing will be held Wed., 6-8 p.m. at McDougal Funeral Home, 4330 S. Redwood Rd. and Thursday at the church, 10-10:45 a.m. prior. Interment, West Jordan City Cemetery.



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04/29/16 06:33 AM #1    

Heidi Hilton (Post)

Linda was a Glendale Girl...she started her Sophomore Year at South but then her family moved and we lost touch. She hung out with, Christine, Debbie, Marsha and others kept us all smiling and laughing. What a wonderful remembrance her obituary is.   We remember you, Linda,  R.I.P.

04/30/16 09:20 AM #2    

Eldon Hancock

Linda was our neighbor around the corner on Glandale Avenue.  I remember her family well.  I remember one night being awakened by screams from their home.  I and two male friends were sleeping out in the back yard.  Our 3-foot Iguana had wandered away from our house and at 1am, Margarite was startled by the presence of "Gronk" on her window sill.  Some of you may remember our pet iguanas.  You can imagine her fright in seeing a large green reptile.  We all had a good laugh about that for years.

Linda was always happy and friendly.  RIP Linda.


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