Dixie Hutchens

Thursday , March 06, 2014 - 10:41 AM


Dixie Burrows Hutchens of Uintah will be honored for her 80th birthday. Family and friends may attend a celebration from 5 to 6:30 p.m. on Feb. 23 at the former 60th ward building, 4955 Adams Ave., South Ogden. No gifts.

Born Feb. 18, 1933, in Logan to Floyd and Rhea Jacques, she attended school in Logan, moving to Ogden in the summer of 1943. She graduated from Ogden High School. She married James Edward Burrows in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Logan Temple on Feb. 9, 1951. Their children and spouses are Russell Burrows, Mike and Debbie Burrows, Becky and Perry Koger, Richard and Janice Burrows, Robert and Natalie Burrows, Clint Burrows and Todd Burrows (deceased).

She enjoyed, being a homemaker, baking bread, knitting, sewing, camping, skiing and water skiing. She still bakes bread. She has served in many LDS church callings. She also worked with her husband in the family heating and air-conditioning business. She continued working with her sons after his death on Sept. 25, 1988. She filled a service mission on Temple Square and was a worker in the Ogden Temple.

She later married Art Hutchens on March 1, 1991. Her stepchildren and spouses are Janice and John Dowler, Dave and Michelle Hutchens, Chris and Dan Anderson, and JoAnn and Robert Seager.

They served a mission in Hong Kong, enjoyed many trips and enjoy spending time in St. George. She enjoys spending time with family, hosting many parties and tubing in the river. They have 32 grandchildren and 43 great-grandchildren.

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