On January 28, 2022, Claudia Alice Kenney left her earthly cares behind. She is having a glorious reunion with her parents William Rasmus Justesen and LaVon Violet Gregerson, as well as Cassie Cox Ewell, (a granddaughter), Heath Oveson, (a grandson), and Teo Dal Oveson, (a great grandson). Claudia has been reunited with the love of her life, Mike Kenney. Preceded in death by her first husband, and father of her children, Neldon Cox. (Divorced.)\n\nClaudia is a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. She enjoyed several callings and associations with lifelong friends. Claudia loved her family. She loved talking on the phone and staying in touch with all who knew her. We have amazing memories of barbecues in her backyard, camping, exploring the San Rafael Desert, holidays and family reunions with our Justesen, Tuttle, Cox, and Gregerson families. She loved painting, cake decorating, dancing, and working in the Manti Temple. \n\nClaudia loved living and growing up in Orangeville, Utah. Cousins who were cherished friends, did her hair, talked on the phone, and met for lunches. They loved her, and have enriched her life beyond measure. She loves her lifelong friends. She let them know they have a special place in her heart by keeping in touch. Claudia had a natural ability to connect with people and she was a friend to so many. \n\nClaudia worked for Emery County Telephone Association for 5 years. She worked at Sunshine Alley clothing store in Castle Dale for 2 years, Utah Power and Light Service Center for 2 years, and UP&L Hunter Plant for 12 years. Claudia has cherished, lasting friendships and memories of those she worked with over the years.\n\nHer children and family who love her, and celebrate her life are Dennis W (Debra) Cox of Cedar City, Utah. Trina D (Jason) Branson of Orangeville, Utah. Doug J Cox of Orangeville, Utah. David N (Elizabeth) Cox of Vernal, Utah.\n\nMike's children; Michael J (Anna) Kenney, Marie L (Craig) Bowcut, Peter J Kenney. Claudia loved Mike's family and their children and she shared amazing memories with them. Michael and Anna have continued to visit Claudia through the years and decorate her front porch with flowers every Mother's Day. \n\nShe has been an amazing and cherished grandmother to her 25 grandchildren, (including Mike's grandchildren) and 45 great grandchildren, and 2 great-great grandchildren. She is loved by many and will be missed.\n\nFuneral Saturday, February 5th, 2022 at 1:00 pm preceded by viewing from 11:00-12:30 am. Orangeville 1st Ward 45 West 100 South in Orangeville, Utah.\n\nInterment will follow services at the Orangeville Cemetery. \n\nServices are in the care of Fausett Mortuary. Friends and family may sign the guest book and share memories of Claudia Alice Kenney at www.fausettmortuary.com.\n\nPlease join us for a live stream of the Service on the Fausett Mortuary FaceBook page.