“The angels came, now all I have memories of honey”

Our beloved mother, grandmother, great-grandmother, sister, aunt, and friend, Maureen Lillian Mehan Britton, 85 of Kearns, Utah passed away peacefully Friday, September 9, 2022.

Maureen was born August 23, 1937, to Maryann Label and William Mehan. Maureen spent her childhood growing up in San Francisco, California with her parents and sister Joan. May of 1956 while skating Maureen met the love of her life, a handsome Air force man, Alvin Britton. Shortly after Alvin and Maureen married in August of 1956.

Together they raised four children, three daughters Pam, Peggy & Sissy, and one son Bryan. Alvin and Maureen watched their family grow over time, welcoming 11 grandchildren, 9 great-grandchildren, and one great-great-grandchild.

Maureen spent her time at home raising children while Alvin worked. She had a love for neighbors who became like family, spending afternoons with them enjoying coffee and neighborhood happenings. Many neighborhood pranks were initiated by Maureen, and many times toilet papering her house for milestone birthdays or occasions was the payback.

She loved adventures, this love for adventure would take her and Alvin and sometimes children and grandchildren to unique, unusual places including ghost towns throughout California, Nevada, and Utah. She also loved the hunt for a good deal or unique finds, through thrift stores, estate sales, and auctions. She forever will hold #231 auctioneer.

Her curiosity and adventurous side also lead her to seek events that occurred on the police scanner, many times she’d hear an incident occurring, and many times kids or grandkids would be her sidekick to “check it out”.

Her witty humor, As I learned from growing up, you don't mess with your grandmother sarcasm, love for adventures, and old and unique items were passed on to her children and many of her grandchildren. We will miss so much about her and cherish the memories we were so blessed to make with her.

Maureen is survived by her children Pam, Peggy, Sissy (Scott), and Bryan (Jennifer). Grandchildren, Great Grandchildren, Great Great Grandchild. Many nieces and nephews and others she loved so.

Preceded in death by her husband Alvin, her sister Joan, and her parents.

Special thanks to the family that took care of Maureen after Alvin passed to all those who kept her company, brought her meals, or took her on adventures. A special thanks to her Handyman for fixing all she found broken, and to Peggy for staying with her until the end.

Funeral services will also be broadcasted.

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Services

Viewing

Thursday, Sep. 15, 2022 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
McDougal Funeral Home
4330 South Redwood Rd
Taylorsville, UT 84123

Funeral Service

Friday, Sep. 16, 2022 10:30 AM - 12:00 PM
McDougal Funeral Home
4330 South Redwood Rd
Taylorsville, UT 84123

Life Story Info

Post Date

Sep 13, 2022

Personal Info

Age

85

Gender

Female

Religion and Beliefs

Catholic
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I remember her home and how nice and funny she was. Her neighbors were my grandparents and they loved her so much...

I miss them times and Sissy so much.

God Bless

Robin , Murray, UT, US Sep 14, 2022

I remember some good times with Maureen . Very special lady. Always enjoyed going to auctions . She was a great grandma. She always loved spending time with her children and grandchildren . She will definitely be missed . She will now be together with her depated husband Alvin .

Ed Rask , Midvale, UT, US Sep 13, 2022

I remember some good times with Maureen . Very special lady. Always enjoyed going to auctions . She was a great grandma. She always loved spending time with her children and grandchildren . She will definitely be missed . She will now be together with her depated husband Alvin .

Ed Rask , Midvale, UT, US Sep 13, 2022

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