STANDING, Arnold Rudolph (Barney)

Arnold Rudolph (Barney) Standing, 67, Ogden, retired assistant regional forester of the U.S. Forest Service, died of a heart attack in Ogden Hospital, Oct. 30, 1967.  He was a member of the National Awards Committee and a long-time, devoted worker in . Formerly he was chairman of the Trails and Landmarks Committee.

Mr. Standing retired in 1962 after 40 years of service with the Forest Service. He was personnel manager of the Intermountain Region 4. He was also former assistant regional forester in Portland, Ore., and was consultant adviser in the personnel department. In January 1967 he was sent by the federal government to Saudi Arabia where he conducted studies of
range resources.

A former president of the Community Council of Social Services, Ogden, Mr. Standing was president of the Weber Valley Chapter of the Utah Historical Society.

Born June 30, 1900, Brigham City, he was the son of Hyrum and Olga Kaiser Standing. He married Josephine Lindquist, Nov. 7, 1923. in the Logan LDS Temple.

His survivors include his widow, two sons and one daughter, G. Robert, Chico, Calif.; Dr. Arnold L. and Mrs. Herbert (Joyce) Hill of Portland, Ore.: 13 grandchildren, two great grandchildren; brother, sister. Russell, San Bernardino, Calif., and Mrs. Leon (Alice) Bernard, Sacramento, Cal.

Funeral services were held Nov. 1st in the Weber Heights Stake Center, Ogden.

This article originally appeared in the Jan-Feb 1968 issue of The Pioneer.
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