07/06/1950 – 08/16/2023
Basil Arlynn Talbot, 73 passed away peacefully at home surrounded by family. He born on July 6th 1950, in Delta Utah. He was born to Basil Talbot and Geraldine Hone Talbot; he was the oldest of 8 siblings.
Though he lived in Benjamin Utah most of his life he had attended school in Benjamin, Lakeshore, and Spanish Fork, Utah. Basil Arlynn married Darla Winder on January 14th, 1970 in the Manti Utah temple. Together they had three children; Brody Leroy (Deceased), Sherland Arlynn, and Shelley May. They later divorced. Basil then married the love of his life Jeanette Haney on February 14th, 1984 and gained two more children Christopher George Haney and Tina Ann Corbin Herbert. They were later sealed in the Provo temple for time and all eternity on April 19, 2008. Basil Arlynn had a passion for baseball, softball, playing guitar and singing, along with being an avid hunter and fisherman. Basil Arlynn was an active member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. He worked for Van Gas, Geneva Steel, Neways and finally retiring in 2015 from SupraNatural. However, his biggest passion was his family and loved ones.
He is survived by Wife Jeanette, Children Sherland Talbot of Indianola, Chris Haney (Catrina) of Tooele, Shelley Console of Spanish Fork, and Tina Herbert (Russ) of Nephi. Siblings Randal Talbot(Marla) of Spanish Fork, Becky Roman of Nephi, Clair Talbot (Louann) of Benjamin, Doug Talbot (Jill) of Spanish Fork, Nanette Johnson (Kevin) of Nephi and sister in law Sherri Talbot of Lake Shore. In-laws Vickie Nostrom of Spanish Fork, Susan Haney of Spanish fork, Dennis Erickson of Spanish Fork and Patricia Thomas (Lynn) of Spanish Fork.
He is proceeded in death by Son Brody Leroy Talbot, Parents Basil and Geraldine Talbot, Brothers Robert Talbot (Linda), Ken Talbot, brother in law Jeff Roman, Brother in law Michael Haney, Sister in law Denise Erickson and brother in law Kelly Nostrom.
Graveside services will be held at 11 am at the Benjamin Cemetery located at 8408 South 3200 West Benjamin Utah. There will be a luncheon held at the Benjamin church following the services. (3278 West 7300 South Benjamin Utah) We will also have an open microphone for anyone wanting to tell stories or share memories.
We also want to thank all the nurses and staff at Intermountain Home Health and Hospice especially Kallie and her patients with our fur babies. We also appreciate all the help at Timpanogos Dialysis but for Kate we will be eternally grateful.
11:00 a.m. Monday August 21, 2023
Benjamin City Cemetery Benjamin Utah
8408 South 3200 West Benjamin Utah
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