Ogden resident turns 100
Ina Deamer of Ogden was honored for her 100th birthday with 80 family members at the Sante Assisted Living Center in North Salt Lake.?One of 10 children, she was born on Aug. 28, 1909, in Idaho Falls, Idaho. Her parents were Henry and Geneva Taysom. ?She married Lyle W. Deamer on March 28, 1932, and they have five children: Jean Bigler, Carol and Robert Rohwedder, Gaye Deamer, Gary and Sharon Deamer, and Roger and Elisa Deamer.?She has 20 grandchildren, 53 great-grandchildren and six great-great-grandchildren. She has two living brothers: Clint Taysom, and Ronald and Arlene Taysom.?She was a stay-at-home mother. A member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, she lived in the Farr West stake area, where she was Relief Society stake president, Primary president, Relief Society president and served in many positions in the Mound Fort LDS Ward. ?She was a member of the Daughters of Utah Pioneers, Mound Fort Camp. She traveled throughout the intermountain area with her husband, who provided the sound system for many events.?She enjoyed working in her yard. Her vegetable and flower gardens and apple pies were shared with her family and friends. ?She lived on 12th Street and remained there until she was 96 years old, the same year she received her last driver’s license. She claims she can still sing the words to every song she has heard.?