ANNABELLA — David Ernest Muir, 69, of Annabella, passed away at his home surrounded by his loving family Sept. 26, 2012.
David was born Jan. 31, 1943, to Ernest and Theo Muir in Elsinore.
He married Twyla Mae Lorenson, June 7, 1970, in Las Vegas.
David was born an outdoorsman. He loved hunting, fishing, camping, four-wheeling and spending time with his little boys, Dusty and BoBo. Dave loved spending time with his family and loved being in the mountains.
He is survived by his wife, Twyla; children, David Kelly (Carrie) Muir, Sheri Muir, Natalie (Chris) Sterritt, Renee (Colt) Trejo and Keri Jensen; sisters, Karen and Sally; and numerous grandchildren and great-grandchildren.
Preceded in death by his parents and brothers, Dwyane Muir and Dennis Muir.
Funeral services for David took place Sept. 29, in the Magleby Mortuary chapel, with Bishop Louis Brown officiating.
Compassionate services were provided by the Annabella LDS 1st ward Relief Society.
A family prayer was shared by Colt Trejo (son-in-law), and the invocation was given by Albert Sevy (home teacher).
Prelude and postlude music was performed by Pat Sorenson, and the chorister was Stephanie Hanchett.
Musical selections included CD recordings of “When I Get Where I’m Going,” by Brad Paisley, and “Blue Eyes Crying in the Rain,” by Willie Nelson; as well as a congregational hymn, “God Be With You Till We Meet Again.”
A life sketch was shared by Natalie and Chris Sterritt (children), and tributes were given by Renee and Colt Trejo (children) and grandchildren.
Remarks were shared by Louis Brown and the benediction was offered by Alan Campbell (home teacher).
Pallbearers included David Kelly Muir (son), Kevin Muir, Joshua David Murphy (grandsons), Colt Trejo, Chris Sterritt (sons-in-law) and Bill Lorenson (brother-in-law).
Honorary pallbearers Kaydn Trejo, Dalton Sterritt, Kelton Muir, KJ Muir (grandsons), Brady, Scott (grandsons-in-law), Charles, Matt, Kevin, Brad, Louis and Alan (nephews).
Casket escorts included Ashlee Muir, Amber Martin, Jamie Murphy, Aubree Freeman, Haylee Jensen, Layla Rae Muir, Payton Martin, Taylor Martin (granddaughters), Crystal, Kayla, Shannon, Truly and Amy (nieces).
Interment was in the Annabella Cemetery.
A recorded musical selection, “The Impossible,” by Joe Nichols was played.
The dedicatory prayer was provided by Louis Brown.
Funeral directors, Magleby Mortuary, Richfield, Salina and Manti.
Online guest book at maglebymortuary.com.