Arlene Beverly Eden (Page) - October 25, 1942 ~ August 30, 2022\n\nOur loving wife, mother, sister, grandmother, and great-grandmother passed away on August 30, 2022, at the age of 79, with her eternal companion, our dad, by her side. They had just celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary on August 25th, 2022. \n\nArlene was born in Murray, UT on October 25, 1942 to Albert and Phyllis Page. Arlene was the first of two daughters and has two younger brothers. \n\nArlene Married John Talmage Eden, the love of her life on August 25, 1962 in the Manti temple. Early married life they lived in Salt Lake City, where she worked as a librarian. Always wanting a large family, while living in Bountiful Utah and later in North Salt Lake, John and Arlene were able to adopt Scott, Debi, Karyn, and Mike. During this time, they were also so loving, that they took care of MANY foster babies.\n\nIn 1976 it was their desire to move back to John's childhood hometown of Cleveland, Utah. Mom was already pregnant with Tommy and still managed to get us all packed & moved and settled into the home they built. They were happy to be farming and continuing to raise their family. Three years later Jennifer was born.\n\nAn active member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, no matter where she lived, she accepted many church callings including relief society president and counselor positions in both ward and Stake. She was the young women's president and counselor/advisor, girls camp director, primary teacher, choir director, choir groups, and in the earlier years she wrote and directed many road shows and put on a fantastic gold & green ball.\n\nArlene was an amazing stay-at-home mom for most of her life. She would sew everything from clothes for all the kids, to barbie doll clothes for the girls for Christmas (yes, tiny barbie doll clothes). She made sure breakfast, lunch, and dinner were always ready and waiting for all 8 of us every day. She was truly Super Woman!\n\nShe was known for her beautiful handiwork. Over the years she created scores of quilts, amazing finger puppets, lovely crocheted intricate doilies, cross stitching, and many other crafty items. Her greatest love of all was music, and teaching piano. She also worked for many years at Dr. Dan Coles dental office, which she really enjoyed, as she always needed to stay busy. She did everything BIG, she was always the first to jump into projects and serve. \n\nArlene is preceded in death by her parents, brother Tom Page, daughter-in-law LeAnn Eden, and grandson Ethan VanLeuven.\n\nShe is survived by her children: Scott (LeAnn *deceased*) Eden, Debi (Clell) Fowles, Karyn Petty, Michael Eden, Tommy (Jennifer) Eden, and Jennifer (Merrill) VanLeuven, 34 grandchildren, 8 great-grandchildren, sister Judy (Paul) Graham, and brother Doug (Teresa) Page.\n\nIn addition to the devoted care by her husband, and our dad, the family would like to extend thanks to Emery County Nursing/Rehabilitation, and hospice care provided by Symbii Home Health for their outstanding care. We would also like to thank the relief society of Cleveland 2nd ward for providing the luncheon. \n\nIn lieu of flowers please donate to Emery Carbon Piano Teachers Association. You can donate via vemmo @Elise-Tuttle or PO BOX 355 Orangeville, UT 84537\n\nVisitation\nCleveland 2nd Ward\nTuesday, September 6, 2022 ~ 11:00-11:45 am (close family & friends)\n\nGraveside Service\nCleveland Town Cemetery\nTuesday, September 6, 2022 ~ 12:00 noon (close family & friends)\n\nFamily and friends may sign the online guestbook and share memories of Arlene at www.fausettmortuary.com.