Bonnie “LaZell” Wright Hutchinson Moore

Bonnie Lazell Wright Hutchison Moore, age 86, or as everyone knew her, “Laz,” was born Aug. 9, 1933, to Hanah Ellen Olsen and Orville Henry Wright in Brigham City, Utah.

She passed at her grandson Nathan’s home in Mountain View on Oct. 19, 2019.

She was preceded in death by both of her parents; one sister, Shirley Patrick Fry; and one beloved daughter, Julie Hutchinson.

She leaves behind one daughter, Rose (Harry) Harrison; two sons, Mike Hutchinson and Doug Hutchinson; two stepsons, Bob Moore and Joe Moore; two stepdaughters, Ladonna Moore and Brenda Moore Warner; nine grandchildren, Nathan (Michelle) Harrison, Tony (Sherri) Fowler, Nickie (Jason) Balser, Jenny (John) Kennerley, Jackie Harrison, April Portell, Tim Portell and Todd Portell; nine great-grandchildren, Dylan and Kadee Harrison, Daetyn, Koletyn, and Braxtyn Fowler, Gentry and Lexie Balser, Brendan Lowry, David Harrison and several more in Missouri; one great-great-granddaughter, Quinnlee Wilkinson; two step-great-grandchildren, Whitney Petersen and Madison Staley; and two step-great-great-grandchildren, Max Warner and Everlee Petersen.

Funeral services were held at the American Legion Hall in Fort Bridger at 11 a.m. on Friday, Oct. 25, with visitation from 9:30-10:45 a.m. Graveside services followed at the Fort Bridger Cemetery. 

Laz loved spending time with her beloved family and many, many, many friends. She married Robert Hutchinson on Feb. 12, 1950, in Rich County, Utah. They moved to Evanston soon after, where they had their four children. They were married for 21 years when Robert passed away April 23, 1972. She married Robert Moore on April 28, 1975, gaining four more children whom she loved very much.

They moved to Mountain View in 1981, and bought the Sportsman Liquor “The Green Onion,” where she loved to work and enjoy the company of many good friends for 35 years.

Laz and Bob were married for 40 years before he passed on May 26, 2015. Her family and friends will truly miss her sass and spark and the love she had for everyone who knew her.


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