Former cotton mission chapter member Charles Summerhays passed away recently. He will be dearly missed by our organization. Due to the Covid-19 restrictions private services  were held. Charles Callis Summerhays, 87, resident of Washington City,  Utah lovingly returned home to his Heavenly Father on May 10,  2020 in St. George, Utah. Born June 30,1932 in […]

Loren Webb, author of Southern Utah Memories

The February 2021 meeting of the cotton mission chapter featured Loren Webb, a retired newsman and historian in southern utah.  His new book, Southern Utah Memories. Local educator, author and journalist, Loren R. Webb is the author of “Southern Utah Memories” chronicling the history, events and people who influenced the development of southern Utah communities. […]

THORNLEY, Bob: Modern-day Pioneer

from the cotton mission chapter Newsletter, December 2020 Robert K (Bob) Thornley is recognized as a Modern Pioneer for his many contributions to his family and ancestors, the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, the community of St. George, and the Cotton Mission Chapter of the National Sons of the Utah Pioneers organizations. Bob […]

LEE, Roland L.: Modern Day Pioneer

This was originally published in the December 2018 issue of the cotton mission chapter Newsletter. (If your chapter has honored modern-day pioneers, please email to have them included on sup Online!) Roland L Lee is recognized as a Modern Pioneer for his many contributions to the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter–day Saints, his […]

WEAVER, Paul Kenneth

Paul Kenneth Weaver, 74, a member of the cotton mission chapter, passed away peacefully June 25, 2020, due to Parkinson’s disease. He was born Nov. 15, 1945, in Salt Lake City, Utah to Kenneth Conray Weaver and Bertha Weaver. Paul is survived by his beautiful and loving wife, Bonnie Rae Weaver; children Christian (Becky) Weaver, […]