Alta McIntosh Altom
Died: Thursday Apr-26-2018
Funeral: Thursday May-03-2018
Morrison Funeral Home
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Rupert, Idaho 83350
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Alta Lorraine McIntosh Altom, formerly of Oakley, passed away on April 26, 2018 in American Fork, UT. She was the middle of three children, born on November 6, 1925 to George Andrew & Maggie Lorraine Shangle. She graduated from Oakley High School in 1943.
She married Howard McIntosh in the Salt Lake LDS Temple on May 27, 1943. They were married for 50 years. They raised three children together: Ray, Wendy, and Lance. After Howard’s death in 1993, Alta married her good friend, Denver Altom in 1997. They shared sixteen years together until Denver’s death in 2013. Combined, Alta has 34 grandchildren and 61 great grandchildren.
Alta was an active member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. She will be remembered for her kindness and service to others as well as her love & concern for her family.
Funeral services will be held at 11:00 a.m. Thursday, May 3, 2018 at the Oakley Stake Center. The burial will follow in the Oakley Cemetery. A viewing will be held Wednesday evening, May 2, 2018 from 6:00-8:00 pm at the Stake Center and from 10:00-10:45 a.m. on Thursday prior to the funeral. Arrangements are under the direction of Morrison Funeral Home. Condolences may be shared at morrisonpayne.com
Condolences for Alta Altom McIntosh
From: Richard Williams
To the family of Alta McIntosh. Condolences.
Many years ago, 1955, when i was a junior at Oakley high school, Alta and Howard were stake dance directors and I was a participant in practices once or twice a week for 6 months and we prepared to dance in the all-church dance festival in Salt Lake. It was an enjoyable experience, being taught by Howard and Alta, and something I look back upon with fond memories. Every time I saw them after that we always stopped to speak and to remember those times.
Your loss will be felt by the Oakley community and by all those who knew Alta.
Richard Williams (son of May Sharp)
From: Sheila Adams
Dale and I send our sympathy to Lance , Wendy and the Altoms too. Alta was very good to me when I taught in Oakley.
From: Lynne P. Boren
I am sorry that I can't attend the funeral in Oakley, but I do wish to send my love and condolences. I had many interactions with Alta during the years I was in Oakley, at Clark’s, the family home, church activities, school activities. We were visiting teaching companions for a while, and that was especially close and dear to me. After she and Denver moved to Utah, I would walk past the home and remember all of you there and her love for the beautiful yard. I know that many people still in Oakley remember her with love and will fill the church for the funeral along with your family. God bless all of you. How dear it is to know the eternal plan of happiness that links families together forever.
From: Wendy Hays
Thoughts and prayers for your family.
From: Steve and Kay Wood / Frank Sutera
Alta was a fiesty lady that impacted our lives with laughter and activity. She knew what she wanted and went after it. We will miss our visits and lunch dates with her. She is where she has wanted to be.
Condolences to her family.
From: Paul Matthews
I am so sorry to hear of Alta's passing. I remember her working at Clark's when I was in high school. She was always so good to me as a kid. She is a great woman and I am sure had a great reunion when she got on the other side. My condolences to all.
From: Jim and Jo Gordon
To Alta's Family,
My wife and I went to High School in Oakley in the 70's at which time Alta worked at Clark's.
She was always so friendly, with a big smile. She will be missed by many. So sorry for your loss.
Jim and Jo Gordon Rock Springs,WY.
I am sorry to hear of your loss. I hope that these scriptures at Job 14:14,15 and Revelation 21:4 will provide some comfort for the family and friends.
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