Lynn Hildt

Our brother, friend and special son, Lynn Hildt, returned to his Heavenly Father July 14, 2011 after a valiant struggle with heart problems. Lynn was born March 30, 1948 in Montpellier Idaho and was the happiest 63 year old you could imagine. His parents Ivan and Phyllis Twitchell Hildt preceded him in death, along with his step-father Leo Telford and special dad, Bud Hogan. He was the oldest brother of Dee and Ted and proud to be so. He loved being an uncle to a number of nephews and part of the special families of Hogan, Holst, Israelsen and Storrs.

Lynn was an avid fan of the Utah Jazz, BYU football, Aggie Basketball and other local sporting events. He participated in Special Olympics where he won many medals.

Lynn was a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. Lynn loved doing “the Lord’s business” as he served as home teacher, passed the sacrament and lead the music in Priesthood meeting, supported the missionary fund and other contributions.

Lynn spent many years in the American Fork Training School before moving to Logan. He spent many summers helping on his family’s raspberry farm in Garden City, Utah. Lynn attended Cache Employment and Training Center where he had many special friends. He also worked as a custodian for Logan Parks and Recreation, Mtn. West Seat Covers and the North Logan Library before retiring.

He is survived by his brothers Dee (Shelley) Layton and Ted, Salt Lake City and his 8 nephews. His special caregivers Carol and Kathy Hogan, Logan, Marie and Tyler Holst, Smithfield, Stacey Storrs, Smithfield and Alex Kelley, Logan.

Funeral services will be held at 12 Noon, Tuesday, July 19, 2011 at the Smithfield North Stake Center, 155 West 400 North with a viewing starting at 10 a.m until 11:30 a.m. prior to services. Interment will be in the Garden City Cemetery at 3:00 p.m.

In lieu of flowers donations may be made to the LDS church missionary fund, Cache Employment and Training Center, 275 West 400 South, Logan, UT or a charity of your choice.

Condolences and memories may be shared with the family online at Allen Mortuaries.