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Noreen Ellen Lebaron

April 6, 1952 — October 10, 2022

Noreen Ellen Lebaron

Noreen Ellen LeBaron was reunited with her husband on Monday, October 10, 2022, while surrounded by her loving family. Noreen was born April 6, 1952 in Jamestown, NY to Duane (Bud) and Winifred Stenstrom. She was the oldest of eight children, and was preceded in death by her husband, her parents, and three brothers: Daniel, Duane (Butch), and Warren. She is survived by her sisters Sue, Georgia, Bonnie, and Barb; her brother Steve; and many nieces and nephews.

She grew up in Falconer, NY and attended Falconer Central School where she graduated in 1970. She met the love of her life, Rodney Jay LeBaron, in 1970 and was married to him on Sept. 10, 1971. She followed him to Guam then San Diego while he served in the US Navy. They were sealed in the LA Temple on Jan. 25, 1975.

Throughout the course of their 51-year marriage, they created a large family that included their six children: Kristine (Del) Jeppson, Jason (Kim) LeBaron, Heather (Kevin) Ribas, Joshua LeBaron, Denise (Shaun) Stocks, Jesse (Alex) LeBaron; their twenty-nine grandchildren: Marissa, Chelsea (Damian), Jessyka (Ashley), Rylan (Alex), Jaycie (Byron), Jeremy (Maddy), Morgan (Peyton), Addison, Bradly, Carson, Elayna, Ashleigh (Justin), Kearston, Courtnee (Zach), Preston, Shaleah, Derrick, Shon, Kylie, Jayden, Skylar, Cambree, Gabe, Brendan, Tatum, Xander, Phoenix, Damian, and Marik; and their seven great grandchildren: Alivia, Easton, Milo, Beau, Kiden, Weston, and Kainoa.

Noreen was well known for her kindness, her generosity, and her strong work ethic. She was exceptionally smart and put a lot of effort into her grades and schooling and was a mathematical genius. She was the definition of service to others. She would welcome strangers into her life, and they would leave as family. She was the most caring, selfless, and loving wife, mother, sister, and friend. She was the best Nana ever. She will be missed by everyone whose lives she touched.

The family would like to thank Dr. Reagan Schaplow, Dr. Casey Owens, the staff at Intermountain Home Health and Hospice, the staff at IHC Infusion Clinic, and the staff at Riverton Hospital ICU. We are so grateful for your compassion, kindness, and tireless work throughout our Mom’s journey over these past couple of years.

Services will be held Tuesday, October 18, 2022, at the LDS Church located at 4400 S. 3650 W., West Valley, UT. A viewing will be held from 9:00 a.m.–11:00 a.m. with the funeral following at 11:00 a.m. The graveside service will then commence at Camp Williams at the Utah Veterans Cemetery and Memorial Park located at 17111 S. 1700 W. (Redwood Rd.), Bluffdale, UT 84065. A luncheon will be held for family and friends immediately following at the ward house at 4400 S. 3650 W., West Valley.


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