Kelly Jay Crompton

Born: Wed., Mar. 2, 1955
Died: Sat., Oct. 13, 2018


Memorial Service

11:00 AM Sat., Nov. 03, 2018
Location: Evanston LDS Elm St Chapel


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Kelly Jay Crompton passed away October 13, 2018 at the University Of Utah Medical Center. He was born March 2, 1955 in Ogden Weber Utah to Clarence Don Crompton and Beatrice Gerrard Crompton.

Kelly enjoyed hunting, fishing and family reunions. He was interested in the old west and enjoyed camp cooking anytime he could.

Ranching was his passion though he worked at many other jobs. He grew up and remained on the family homestead that his great grandfather settled.

Kelly is survived by his son Calvin Jay “CJ” Crompton, step children Amber (Skyler) Schiffman and James Lawrence of Evanston; his sister Peggy (Dennis) Peterson of Bozeman, MT; Tristan (Maggie) Peterson family of Montana, Taron (Sara) Peterson family of Nebraska; niece Tiffany (Brian McCall) Peterson of Alaska and many family members in Wyoming, Utah and Idaho.

He was preceded in death by his father Clarence, mother Beatrice, younger brother Philip W. Crompton and grandparents.

A memorial service will be held at 11:00 AM Saturday November 3, 2018 at the LDS Church, 251 Elm Street, Evanston.
Final resting place will be at Evanston Cemetery.

Lunch will be served at the LDS church following the graveside.

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Carolyn Calder
   Posted Tue October 30, 2018
To the family of Kelly,
I was sad to hear Kelly passed away. He was a good man.
He was especially good to my dad, Duane Calder. They would go for rides together to look at the elk or new baby goslings in Bear River Park. They ate many meals together at Jody's and drank lots of coffee there too. They were good friends. He will be missed by many.
Keeping you in my thoughts and prayers.
Carolyn

Eddie and Dorothy McCarty
   Posted Wed October 31, 2018

We enjoyed many years up elk hunting with Kelly. He was a very good friend, and we'll
always remember our time up there. Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this hard
time. We are sorry we couldn't make his services, but we had other obligations that
same day.


Fred N
   Posted Fri November 02, 2018
To the Family ,
I would like to express how sorry to hear of your loss. The pain of losing a loved one is a pain that seemingly never goes away. However, the pain can lessen when we think of what God has promised to do for us.
What comfort does he provide us? First of all, at 1 Cor 15:26 it says: "The last enemy that shall be destroyed is death." So God views death as an enemy and will eventually remove death.
Secondly, Jesus gave us hope when at John 11:25 he said: "I am the resurrection, and the life: he that believeth in me, though he were dead, yet shall he live:" So there is a chance to see our loved ones again under better conditions.
This comfort from the Bible has helped me in dealing with the loss of my father and I hope it will help your family to some degree with your loss.


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