In Memory


Ron Flowers

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Ronald Flowers (1946 - 1986)

Services for Ronald Clifford Flowers, 39, of Mesa will be 1 p.m. Thursday at the Union Fifth Ward of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Sandy, Utah.  Mr. Flowers died Friday, June 6, 1986, at Mesa Lutheran Hospital from mesothelioma cancer.  He moved to Arizona in 1985 from his native Salt Lake City.  Mr. Flowers was an engineering section manager for Signetics Corp. In Orem, Utah.  Born September 3, 1946, he graduated from Olympus High School in 1964, earned a bachelor of arts degree in 1969 and a bachelor of science degree in 1970 from Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah.  He served in the LDS Church’s Central Germany Mission from 1966 to 1968, was an avid amateur radio operator for 27 years, and received a patent for the control of Shockley diodes.  Mr. Flowers is survived by his wife, Lisa; daughters Teresa Ann, 9, and Jeana Olivia, 6 of Salt Lake City; his parents, Clifford L. Flowers and Anna May Flowers of Mesa; and two brothers, Lynn L. of Yuma and Dean L. of San Diego.  Visitation will be from 6 to 8 p.m. today at Bunker’s Garden Chapel, 33 N Centennial Way in Mesa and 6 to 8 p.m. Wednesday at Cottonwood Mortuary in Holladay, Utah.


Annette Fox (Kennett) believes Ron was voted "Sexiest Man" at the Olympus '64 20-year class reunion.

Ron's brother, Lynn (Olympus '66), is a guest member on this website.

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11/16/13 02:40 PM #1    

Terry Wilkins

While we were in high school Ron took me to his house to show me his amateur radio system.  His enthusiasm and knowledge helped to encourage what has become my lifelong interest in radio and electronics. 

Thanks, Ron.  Thanks.

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