Chester A. Macomber III, died peacefully at home on January 28th , 2024 at the age of 79. He was born in Evanston Wyoming to Clyde Macomber and June Jones.

Chester served in the Army during the Vietnam War. He retired from Questar after working security for them for many years.

Chester loved fishing, and spending time with family and friends. He also enjoyed collecting and restoring antiques.

Chester is survived by his children (Brian Olander, Angie Perry, Crystal Macomber, Chester Macomber, Shaun (Ashleigh) Macomber) and many grandchildren.

He was preceded in death by his wife Charlene and their sweet dog Gizzy.

Graveside Services will be held on Monday, February 5, 2024 at 3:00 PM at Memorial Redwood Cemetery, 6500 South Redwood Road, West Jordan, Utah.

A public viewing will be held prior to Graveside Service from 1:30 to 2:45 PM at Memorial Redwood Mortuary, 6500 South Redwood Road, West Jordan, Utah.

Services

Viewing

Monday, Feb. 05, 2024 1:30 PM - 2:45 PM
Memorial Redwood Mortuary
6500 South Redwood Road
West Jordan, UT

Graveside Service

Monday, Feb. 05, 2024 3:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Memorial Redwood Mortuary
6500 South Redwood Road
West Jordan, UT

Services Handled By

Memorial Redwood Mortuary & Cemetery
6500 S Redwood Rd
Salt Lake City, UT

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Post Date

Feb 01, 2024

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79
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Chet was a such a character to work with at the Mountain America Expo Center in the security office. He had a very colorful humor; I remember him showing up very early for his shifts & visiting with all the staff. and making us all laugh

He had to eventually quit to help take care of his beloved wife but left us with lots of memories.

Rest in peace Chet & I am glad to have known you!

Scott Averett , Sandy , UT, US Feb 05, 2024

Chet was a such a character to work with at the Mountain America Expo Center in the security office. He had a very colorful humor; I remember him showing up very early for his shifts & visiting with all the staff. and making us all laugh

He had to eventually quit to help take care of his beloved wife but left us with lots of memories.

Rest in peace Chet & I am glad to have known you!

Scott Averett , Sandy , UT, US Feb 05, 2024

Chet was a such a character to work with at the Mountain America Expo Center in the security office. He had a very colorful humor; I remember him showing up very early for his shifts & visiting with all the staff. and making us all laugh

He had to eventually quit to help take care of his beloved wife but left us with lots of memories.

Rest in peace Chet & I am glad to have known you!

Scott Averett , Sandy , UT, US Feb 05, 2024

Always kind, always a gentleman at work … Mountain Fuel Supply

Janet Forrester Feb 04, 2024

I remember Chet as an always friendly face when he worked security at the Mountain Fuel building on 180 East 100 South. He was fun to talk to, a good listener, and friend.

Condolences to his loved ones left behind.

Joan Vrtis Feb 04, 2024

Lee and his brother Ron both worked with Chet. He was a caring person. So sad to hear of his passing.

Condolences to Chet's family. May he rest in peace.

Lee and Paula Johanson , Tooele, UT, US Feb 04, 2024

We grew up in Dayton, Idaho and we were able to have Chester around for a year or two during the time we were in elementary school. Chester seemed to always be in some kind trouble. We lost track of Chester when his mother moved away. We really didn't have any contact with him for many years, just heard rumors. I'm happy that he settle in the Salt Lake area, but it's sad that we didn't know he was so close.

Raymond Shepherd , Riverton, UT, US Feb 01, 2024

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