Our beloved and devoted wife, mother, friend and gran, Brynn D Gardner Shipp, 58, blew in on February 21 1964 and blew out March 28, 2022 in her home in Joseph. If you were lucky enough to be one of her chosen people you had a love that was with you no matter what.
Brynn touched the lives of many people she met. We all are saddened and heartbroken but are blessed enough to hold this love in our hearts forever. She was witty, selfless and a force of nature. You knew exactly where you stood in her life because she would tell you the truth even if you didn’t want to hear it.
Brynn was born in Salt Lake City, Utah but spent her early childhood days with her grandparents in Klammath Falls, Oregon. Her grandparents were her safe spot. Brynn spent a lot of her time there with her mother at the arctic circle that her “Peggy and Charlie” owned, before selling it and moving back to Salt Lake City, where Brynn ended up going to high school.
Brynn found herself years later back in Richfield to help with family. Brynn was managing the 7-11 where she met her love, Rowland. A mutual friend decided it would be a good idea trying to set the two up. They shared their love of the outdoors together. Many Lake Powell trips to enjoy boating and water skiing. Thirty years of marriage between the two brought two children, Charles and Raquel, as well as two beautiful grandchildren that were her pride and joy Kaden and Rowynn.
Brynn was a foodie who loved trying new foods and cooking new foods. Everyone loved whenever there was a gathering because they knew her food was going to be involved. She had a passion for music. One of the best days of her life, (as she would say) was meeting Steven Tyler from the band Aerosmith and getting to HUG him, lol. Brynn was a bookworm, her bookshelves are full of many first editions of all her favorites. If she could crawl into bed and curl up into a book, that was a good day to her. Brynn had an eye for all things creative and enjoyed scrap booking.
We all hope you are free having your reunion with loved ones and your animals. Ride free on your Pretty Girl, mom.
Survived by her husband, Rowland Parker Shipp; children: Charles Ryker Shipp, Raquel Avery Ship (Carson Maughan); grandchildren: Kaden Shipp, Rowynn Maughan; siblings: Chris Sterritt, Jeff Corbett; step-mother, Cathy Jackman “Super Mom”; and John Pappas, her step-father of many years.
Proceeded in death by her mother, Claudia Rae Dowding; father, Dale Jackman; grandparents: “Peggy” Marthela Dowding and “Charlie” Darwin Don Dowding; great-grandparents: “Little Granny” Leona Holt and Claude Holt.
Cremation services will be held at the Magleby Mortuary Crematory. A celebration of life will be held by the family at a later date. Funeral Directors: Magleby Mortuary, Richfield, Salina and Manti. Online guestbook at www.maglebymortuary.com