John Deal Obituary, Death – John “J.B.” Beaver Deal, who resided in Taylorsville, Utah, passed away on Sunday, November 20, 2022, at the age of 91, in the comfort of his own home. On May 16, 1931, he was born in Alexander County to the late J. Deal and Verna Kerley Deal, who are both now deceased. His parents did not survive him. John is a member of the East Taylorsville Baptist Church, where he is also a regular attendee.

He served in the United States Air Force at one point in his life. Up until the late 1990s, Mr. Deal was employed at the Box factory located in Taylorsville, where he remained until the time of his retirement. John used to look forward to going fishing, watching sports, and having breakfast with his friends every morning.
In addition to his own parents, he was predeceased by the love of his life, Edith Wallace Deal, whom he was married to for 58 years.

His four brothers, Robert, Billy, Jack, and Bryant, all passed away before he did.
Those who are left to cherish the memories that John has left behind are his son, Davey Deal (and his wife Nancy), his daughter, Cathy Campbell (and her husband Tony), four grandchildren, Shane Russell, Brad Campbell, Allison Clonch (and her husband Thomas), and Brandon Deal (and his wife Larissa), two great grandchildren, Paige Deal and Morgan Clonch, and a special friend, Geraldine Tedder.

On November 23, 2022, visitation will begin at eleven in the morning and continue until eleven forty-five in the evening in the Sanctuary of East Taylorsville Baptist Church. This event will take place on November 23. The funeral will begin at twelve o’clock in the afternoon and take place in the sanctuary of the East Taylorsville Baptist Church. The Reverend Jamie Steele is going to act as the service’s presider.

After the funeral, the deceased person will be laid to rest in the Taylorsville City Cemetery, and the DAV Chapters 6 and 84 will be in charge of conducting the military rites that are associated with the interment. A number of men from the East Taylorsville Baptist Church, including Bradley Campbell, have volunteered to serve as pallbearers. Shane Russell has volunteered to act as an honorary pallbearer for the service.
In lieu of sending flowers, memorial contributions can be made in the name of John Deal to a church or charity of your choice, either locally or internationally. The amount of the contribution is up to you.