FC: Steve Eugene Foutz
1: Dewey K Foutz MariDawn Palmer-Foutz
2: Dewey and his brothers and sisters
3: Dewey K Foutz
4: Dewey Kay Foutz
5: Clara Ashcroft Foutz
6: MariDawn Palmer
8: Lenore Lee
9: When you look at your life, the greatest happinesses are family happinesses. ~Joyce Brothers | Alvin Warner | Lamar Palmer
10: Dewey Jr and Steve, Easter at Grandma Warner's | Sheri, Dewey MariDawn, Steve and Dewey Jr.
11: Elder's Woodbury and "Corncob" When Steve was three he burned down the cellar. To teach him never to play with fire again, Elder Woodbury got a box of matches and made Steve light each one and hold it until it burned his fingers. It worked!
12: Dewey and MariDawn in Clara's Yard in Kirtland
13: (left) Sheri, Dewey Jr. and Steve (right) Sheri, Dewey Jr., Steve, Brad and Brenda
14: When you look at your life, the greatest happinesses are family happinesses. ~Joyce Brothers | Steve at Grandma Foutz's
15: Father | Steve and Greg Sanders
16: Dewey Jr., Dewey, Sheri, MariDawn, Steve Brad and Brenda
17: This has got to be the cutest little boy ever! Look at that hat, and those eyes. | Your moms comment with this picture was...this is Steve he is so handsome and so full of mischief!
18: Grade school days.
19: Steve Eugene Foutz
22: Sr. Prom date with Patty. | High School Graduation 1974
23: Christmas 1974 you and your brothers don't look very excited about posing for another picture!
24: My favorite picture! This is how you looked when I met you. You were the cutest guy I had ever seen | December 1975
25: Champion Backhoe Operator | 1983 | 1976 | College Days 1975 Ray Miller and Steve
27: Christmas time was when our mom and dad alway made you boys get together for a picture...some things never change.
29: Our most treasured family heirlooms are our sweet family memories. | Lonnie Stratton | Dewey Foutz
31: Your Dad taught you the importance of hard work and in later years he influenced your love of "flying". He is the biggest reason you love Christmas so much and enjoy seeing the kids with Santa. Just like your Dad you have learned the importance of helping your neighbor and making sure those around you are taken care of.