Lowell LaVoy Bryner, 82, died February 25, 2021 in West Valley City Utah from kidney and heart failure. Although his heart physically failed him, his love for his family and the heart of his testimony, the gospel of Jesus Christ endures.
Born May 9, 1938 to Alma Lloyd and Eunice Bryner the oldest child of 7 children. He married Karin Leni Angelika Kremulat in the Logan Utah Temple on March 18, 1963. Lowell served a mission for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints to the Swiss/Austria mission.
Lowell is a man of faith. Since 1978 he and his wife Karin had a regular temple assignment in the Salt Lake Temple and later in the Jordan River Temple. He honored his family heritage and along with his wife Karin participated in the 1997 commemorative Mormon Pioneer Trail reenactment. Lowell valued his lifetime membership to the Sons of the Utah Pioneers. Lowell and Karin volunteered for nearly 20 years at This Is the Place Heritage Park serving as docents. They both enjoyed a few trips to church historical sites including upstate New York and Nauvoo.
Lowell has a love for this country. He served in the 142 Military Intelligence Linguistic Company, Sergeant First Class E7 and served as a translator. He retired a veteran of the Cold War.
Lowell’s happiest moments were spending time with his family. He was especially pleased with the temple marriages of his posterity and marriage to his sweetheart Karin. Lowell worked hard, loved cars and racing, and could always be heard whistling a happy tune.
Lowell is survived by his dear wife Karin, children Sylvia (Scott) Gines, Thomas (Tamara) Bryner, Christine Anderson, Barbara (David) Gill, Michael (Stephanie) Bryner, 19 Grandchildren and 5 Great Grandchildren with more on the way. His siblings Carolyn Losee, Vaudys Dummer, Duane Bryner, Clifford Bryner, and Kathy Christensen.
Lowell is preceded in death by his parents, sister Marsha and son-in law Brian Anderson.
“I have kept the faith...and shared it”
Funeral services will be held on Thursday March 4, 2021. In person attendance is by invitation only. All are invited to watch the service at 11:00 a.m. online www.Larkinmortuary.com
From the main menu select Obituaries, then select the picture for Lowell Bryner to access the zoom link. All are invited to attend the graveside dedication at 12:15 p.m. at Larkin Sunset Lawn, 2350 E 1300 S Salt Lake City, Utah.