The following obituary was published in the Deseret News, 27 July 1922, p. 8. Some of it has been difficult to transcribe, because the microfilm was damaged. However, I have been unable to find this paper in digital format to obtain a better image. For now, this is the best I have.
West Jordan Farmer
Dies at Cokeville, Wyo.
Word has been received of the death at Cokeville Wyo., of George Delos Gardner, 69, a farmer of West Jordan. Mr. Gardner who was a school teacher for more than 25 years, was seized with a heart attack while resting under a tree, Tuesday.
Mr. Gardner had traveled to Cokeville by automobile with his wife and two daughters. The party had stopped . . . in the open when the death of Mr. Gardner occurred.
He is survived by his widow [Mrs?] Eugenia Huffaker Gardner . . . daughters . . . and Marvel Gardner . . . Mrs. Edmund Evans . . . West Jordan, and by . . . sons Eugene Delos Gardner of Berkeley, Calif., and Darrell and Perry Gardner, both of West Jordan.
Mr. Gardner was born December 21, 1852 at Mill Creek and spent most of his life at West Jordan. He was son of the late Bishop Archibald and Althea Thompson Gardner. The body is at the mortuary of C. I. Goff of Midvale.
Funeral services will be held in the West Jordan ward chapel Saturday at 2 p.m. The body may be viewed at the residence from 12 to 1:30 on day of funeral. Interment will be in the Murray City Cemetery.