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Cherlynn Hamblin

May 19, 1953 — November 30, 2022

Cherlynn Green Hamblin, 69, lost her battle to cancer and passed away on November 30, 2022, peacefully surrounded by family.

She was born May 19, 1953, the daughter of Keith Green, and Betty Rose Green in Salt Lake City, Utah.

Cherlynn grew up in Sunset, Utah. She was a fun loving, and adventurous child. Cherlynn graduated from Clearfield High School. She continued her education and completed her LPN at the DATC sponsored by Weber State University.

After a lengthy career in nursing for 27 years, Cherlynn retired and decided to pursue her lifelong goal of working at the Yellowstone National Park Lodges. Cherlynn served in multiple capacities during her tenure at the park with her favorite role in assisting the seamstress as part of the Uniform Room Team. While she was enjoying her time in Yellowstone she embarked on another adventure where she met her partner in crime, and love of her life, “Cabin Jeff”. They both loved Yellowstone, and shared countless adventures scouring the majestic landscape, while following the daily antics of the Elk, which Cherlynn considered her spirit animal. They created a home together in Gardiner, Montana, where they shared years of memories and love together.

Cherlynn loved and enjoyed being a mom and raising her 5 children. She taught them to love and respect the outdoors as she did. They spent many summers out in the wilderness doing the things they loved the most. From hiking down in Capital Reef, to fishing at Johnsons Reservoir and at Fish Lake. Through her example, she taught her children the value of hard work, perseverance, and unconditional love.

As much as Cherlynn loved her children, her favorite role was that of grandma. She loved and cherished her grandchildren so much. She just lit up every time she was with them. She knew, and loved each one of them individually. Her grandkids will miss her unconditional love, unique sense of humor, and funny gifts.

Cherlynn had many talents and hobbies that she used to enrich her life, and the lives of everyone she knew. She loved the outdoors, and spent her entire life camping, hiking, and fishing. Her greatest talent was that of music. She loved writing music, poetry, and also playing the piano.

Cherlynn was a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. She held various callings, including using her musical talent to play the piano and organ during church services. Cherlynn and Jeff looked forward to every Sunday as they enjoyed watching Music and the Spoken Word, a tradition they have enjoyed for years, even up until her last days of life. She continued to also strengthen her testimony through family history, through experiences shared with her family.

She was proceeded in death by her parents, Keith Green, and Betty Rose Green.

She is survived by her children, Ryan Hamblin of Clearfield; Holly (Rod) Harris of Kaysville; Josh (Heather) Hamblin of Morgan; Zach (Mindy) Hamblin of Clinton; Tiffany (Will) Bright of Eagle Mtn; 16 grandchildren; siblings, Kathy (Don) Ostler of Bountiful; BettyAnn (Mike) Gregory of St George; Jeff (Susan) Green of Clinton.

We would like to thank everyone for their sacrifices in taking care of our mother during her last few weeks of life. She was blessed by your love and dedication.

A viewing will be held in her honor on Sunday December 11, 2022 from 4 P.M. to 6 P.M. at Aaron’s Mortuary and Crematory at 496 24th St, Ogden, UT 84401.

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