The Nebo Education Foundation has received donations in the memory of Cleve Swenson.
The Clyde Swenson Family
Milo & Gerry Andrus Family c/o Patricia Christianson
Rich & Lana Creer-Harris
Howard & Joyce Creer
Westside Elementary in Springville
Bruce & Lana Hiskey
Clyde & Norma Nielsen
Cleve Hyrum Swenson, 84, passed away at his home surrounded by his loving family on May 14, 2011. He was born July, 8, 1926, in Spanish Fork, Utah to Rulon Joseph and Katie Rhea Christensen Swenson. He was the third of 4 children, 15 minutes younger than his twin brother, Clyde.
Cleve married his eternal sweetheart Helen Anderson on August 12, 1947 in the Salt Lake Temple. Helen passed away June 24, 1976. They are the parents of seven children: Ann (Rod) Dart, Carol (Bruce) Baker, Susan (Doug) Adams, Sharee (Rod) Nielsen, Joan (Sam) Lunceford, David (Lesa) Swenson, and Kaye (Scott) Johnson.
Nebo Foundation is committed to providing resources to enrich student learning. Without headlines and behind the scenes, volunteers and businesses are quietly making major contributions to our community's future by giving their time, money, equipment, and supplies to our local schools. In a day when too many are quick to criticize, others are actively helping.
The Nebo Education Foundation is a 501 (c) (3) organization created to bring businesses and donors together for the benefit of Nebo District school children. The foundation carefully manages and disperses tax deductible donations to local schools. Anyone interested in donating to Nebo District schools, classes or programs can do so through the Nebo Education Foundation. Your contribution is a tax deductible charitable gift as provided by law. Contact Lana Hiskey at 801-354-7400, e-mail email@example.com or mail 350 South Main, Spanish Fork, UT 84660.