Luana Karen Greenhalgh

04/06/1936 - 12/08/2017
Service Date: 01/05/2018
Service Time: 10:00 AM
Service Location: Mariposa Gardens Memorial Park Cemetery, 6747 E. Broadway Rd., Mesa, Arizona

Luana Karen Greenhalgh, 81, returned home to her Heavenly Father on December 8, 2017. She was a beloved wife, mother, grandmother and friend. Luana was born April 6, 1936 in Huntington Park, California. She attended Brigham Young University, in Provo, Utah.

At BYU, she met her eternal sweetheart Richard. They married in the LDS Salt Lake City temple 59 years ago.

Luana was a faithful member of the LDS Church and served in many positions. She had unwavering faith and inspired all she came in contact with. Her life’s mission was to help others develop faith and a stronger relationship with their Savior. She was a wonderful example and gave countless hours of selfless service.

Luana is survived by her loving husband Richard N. Greenhalgh, four children; Kimberly Smith (Scott), Kent (Brian Roberts), Kevin (Laura) and Kristin Crook (Spencer), fifteen grandchildren and seventeen great grandchildren.

The family thanks the staff at American Orchards Assisted Living, Banner Gateway Hospital and Hospice of the Valley for their tender loving care.

Luana will be laid to rest at 10:00 AM, Friday, January 5th at Mariposa Gardens, 6747 E. Broadway Rd. in Mesa, Arizona. 

In lieu of flowers, please donate to:

Hospice of the Valley

Friendship Village

2525 E. Southern Avenue

Tempe, AZ 85282-7741

 

Please send any special thoughts or memories of Luana to Richard Greenhalgh. The family will be compiling a special book for him.

American Orchards

Richard Greenhalgh

735 N. Lindsay Road A8

Gilbert, AZ 85234

Condolences

  • Best mother and friend a son could ever have. I love you Mom. Xoxo

  • My grandmother was more then just a grandmother, she was always the soft voice in a loud world! She lived an amazing life and I will always be greatful to her for all she has done for me. Love you grandma, till we meet again!

  • Luana had such a wonderful creative touch. Deepest condolences to your family. I know she will be missed by all.

  • Walter and Linda Rowley

    Sweet Luanna is the best of the best. What a wonderful lady. ‘Til we meet again!

  • So many fun and sweet memories I have if you, thank you for being such a good example to me, my children and grandchildren. We will cherish your memory, hugs and love. Till we meet again.

  • Mary Ann and Russell Quick.

    Sister Greenhalgh was an amazing woman.She was one of the first people we met after the elders. She had us and a few others that were investigating the church to her home for supper. She was always thinking of others and so welcoming and loving no matter where or when you saw her.Heaven has definitely gained an angel. Alot of souls are better off because she was placed in their path. She was the kindest most loving person you could ever meet.It felt like she was your grandma from the moment you met her.She loved the lord and was always ready to serve no matter when or where.I know my life is better for just having the pleasure of her being in it. Even though she is gone from us she is with heavenly father and one day we will get to see her sweet face again.we will get to spend eternity qirh her and thoae amazing hugs she used to give. She will truely be missed

  • Don and Allene Biasca

    Hard to believe she is gone. Such a sweet lady with a heart of gold. She left her mark on all of us in Eureka. God bless you Luann’s and Richard .

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