Warren Bruce Hyde
Warren Bruce Hyde

November 8, 1940 - January 4, 2018
Born in Tremonton, Utah
Resided in Howell, Utah
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HOWELL - Warren Bruce Hyde, 77 passed away on January 4th, 2018. Bruce was born November 8, 1940 in Tremonton, UT to Helen Gwen Roundy and Sheriff Warren William Hyde.
He grew up in Brigham City, where he graduated from Box Elder High School and L.D.S. Seminary in 1958. He enjoyed playing football much like his brother Marion, and was a member of the 1957 Box Elder Bees state championship team.
Upon graduation he worked several years for Fife’s Construction and as a candy salesman. He also served in the National Guard. Afterwards he was hired at Thiokol where he worked for more than 20 years.
On March 14, 1970, he married Janice “Jan” Johanson of Willard UT. They later divorced.
He had a great love for animals especially his two dogs Sim and Ledoux. Bruce had a special talent with horses which he trained; chariot raced and won several awards. He enjoyed listening to old country music, hunting, fishing, golfing, or any excuse to be outdoors.
He is survived by his three children: Marci (Russ) Balvin, Norfolk, NE; Emily (Tim) Jaramillo, Brigham City, UT; Ryan (Becky) Hyde, Garden Plain, KS. His seven grandchildren, Melissa and Brock Balvin; Ali, Hunter and Alexis Jaramillo; Paisley and Clynt Hyde. He is also survived by his brother Marion R. Hyde, Hyde Park; sister Tonya L. Hyde, Ogden; and Wade H. Hyde, Harper Ward.
He was preceded in death by both of his parents, son Dustin Warren Hyde, and ex-wife Jan Hyde.
Per his wishes their will not be a public visitation or service only a private family service. Interment will be in the Calls Fort Cemetery Harper Ward.
The family would like to give special thanks to Dr. John Markeson for all of Dad’s extra care.
In lieu of flowers donations may be made to Primary Children’s Medical Center
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“We never lose the ones we love, for even though they’ve gone, within the hearts of those who care, their memory lingers on.”