SEVIER — Tana Shumway Maynes passed away Sunday April 26, 2020, at the age of 35 from a tragic accident. She is survived by her loving husband, Jaron Maynes; and her children, Piper, Jet and Maverick Maynes. Her children were her biggest joy and her children loved her.
She was born Dec. 21, 1984, to Shirwin and Susan Black Shumway in Monticello. Her parents and stepparents include, Shirwin and Annette Shumway and Devin and Laurie Magleby. Her brothers and sisters are, Zane Shumway, Michelle Huffaker and Michael Dean Harrison; and her grandmother is Donna Magleby.
She was preceded in death by her dear mother, Susan Black Magleby; brother, Luke Shumway; and grandparents, Merwin and Shirley Shumway, Calvin and Carolyn Black, Dallin Magleby and Jim and Ginger Palmer.
Tana was a loving wife, mother, daughter, granddaughter, sister and friend. She was an active, enthusiastic person always enjoying life with her family and friends. She had a love for life, playing, laughing, shooting, boating, camping and riding Harleys with her family.She always had a love for horses and shared that passion with her daughter, Piper. She was positive and strong enduring the trials of the twins’ difficult pregnancy, premature delivery and nursing the twins to a full, healthy development.
Tana was a strong person who could stand out with a smile and make you laugh, or stand up to you and make you cry. You always knew where you stood. She loved the friendships she made and was generous with family and friends. She will be sorely missed by those who knew her best.
Private family funeral services were held Saturday, May 2, in the Magleby Mortuary chapel. Online guestbook and video streaming of the services are available at maglebymortuary.com under Tana’s obituary.
Burial was in the Monroe City Cemetery.
Further information will be announced by the Magleby Mortuary, Richfield, Salina and Manti.