September 18, 1951 ~ September 7, 2015
Viewings: Wednesday September 16, from 6-8 p.m. and again Thursday prior to the service from 10:00-10:45 a.m. both at Gillies Funeral Chapel
Service: Thursday September 17, 2015 at 11:00 a.m. at Gillies Funeral Chapel, 634 East 200 South, Brigham
Brigham City-Jeff Iverson 63 of Brigham City passed away peacefully at his home surrounded by his family on September 7, 2015. He bravely battled dementia like a soldier. Jeff was born in Tremonton Utah September 18, 1951, to Kenneth Carl Iverson and Arla Rae Wolverton. He was raised in Brigham and attended Mt. View elementary, Box Elder Jr. High, and Box Elder High School with the class of 1969. In 1976 he married Teresa Weeden in Snowville Utah. They raised their family in Brigham City. Jeff was granted a medical retirement from Autoliv in 2011 and missed his many friends he had made thru his years there. His passions in life were his family, hunting, camping and fishing and that orange truck. He is survived by his wife Teresa, daughter Misty Iverson and son Joshua Iverson, all of Brigham. Seven amazing grandchildren that he adored; Colton Andersen, Colby Andersen, Devin Andersen, Sabrina Anderson, Ameris Iverson, Brooklynn Anderson and Angus Iverson; His mother Arla Rae Iverson, two sisters, Kathy Iverson and Karen Farrebee, two brothers, Bruce Iverson, and Kurt Iverson, all in the Denver area, one brother, Mike Iverson of Brigham. He was preceded in death by his father, his brother Mark and his best friend and hunting buddy, Rusty Morgan. The family would like to thank everyone in this hard time. Bishop Michael Clark, Brothers Charles Bond and Jason Cornelius. Sister Rose Hensley; Encompass Health Care and Hospice. Jeff’s Aunt LeAnn and Uncle Larry Waters, Brother in law Albert Weeden and his wife Vickie. Their visits and phone calls. They were always there for us. A special thanks to Misty for coming back home so Jeff could remain home. Thanks to Missy Fonnesbeck for being our interpreter. Please feel free to come casual or in camo. A luncheon at the Eagles Lodge- 912 North Main, Brigham City, will follow the service. The service will be held Thursday September 17, 2015 at 11:00 a.m. at Gillies Funeral Chapel, 634 East 200 South, Brigham. Viewings will be held on Wednesday September 16, from 6-8 p.m. and again Thursday prior to the service from 10:00-10:45 a.m. both at Gillies Funeral Chapel.
I am so sorry for your loss, Jeff was my friend and he was an awesome guy. We worked together and he was in my family. Teresa, I am so sorry for your loss. Please know if I could be there I would but we are in Missouri on a mission for the church. God bless you all, I am sad for his passing. I will greatly miss him.
Rest in Peace big brother! Will miss our talks in the back yard!
Michael and Deborah Iverson
Jeff will be forever in my heart. What a strong, hard working, friend he was. No matter what was going on Jeff never stopped. I can still see him doing push up on the machines when we were down. He took great pride in his work. I knew we could alway count on him to be there and work hard. I can't remember him ever taking days off work. We'll maybe for hunting, but to many. Teresa I'm so sorry you had to lose Jeff like to a disease like this one. He was a strong and proud man. I know he is up in heaven driving his truck and scouting out the big one! Love to you and your family.
Me and Jeff work together at Autoliv on same line For many years, He was talking about his family camping, Hunting on his land up blacksmith fork. how he cared about the people around him,the hard worker he was, his willingness to show others and not complain I'm sorry I never got to go do things 'together with him like we plan I will miss you Jeff,
I'm so sorry for your loss. Teresa ,you and your family are in my thoughts and prayers.
Arla, LeeAnn, Garnie and family of Jeff Iverson. I didn't know Jeff, but I've known you ladies forever. I am so sorry for your loss. May you find peace in knowing you will be with Jeff again one day. I love you Arla, LeAnn, and Garnie. You are in my prayers.
Patsy Wilburn Fridal