Krystal Gay McGuiness was born October 8, 1975 in Salt Lake City, Utah. She returned to her Heavenly Father on May 12, 2021 at her home in Stockton.
She was a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of of Latter Day Saints. Loved the Savior. She had a love of the outdoors, Dutch oven cook outs, music, especially U2 and her daughters & grandchildren. She loved to play tractors with her grandson Adam and cuddle with her granddaughter Kathryn. Krystal was a social butterfly with many friends near and far. She was a hard worker, starting to work at the age of 15 at Reams. Her grandpa had her go and talk to the manager to get her first job. She moved up quickly and loved her job. Later she went to work at Albertson’s Grocery in Tooele and had several management positions. At one time she was working three jobs, including Nettys just for the socializing. She loved to talk to the regular customers everywhere she worked. Loved to help others and make others smile. Many times even though she may have been struggling, she continued to try and help those around.
Krystal graduated from Grantsville High School. She was married to Richard Gray and later divorced.
She was preceded in death by her great-grandmother; Elsie Hale, her grandfather; George Elsholz, her precious niece Michelle, several good friends and her beloved cat “Tiger.”
She is survived by her grandmother; Mazel Elsholz, mother Korrine McGuiness, siblings: Trudy (Ken) Jones; Brett McGuiness; Becky (Justin) Fields; Lisa Boyer; Joee (John) Salas; Troy (Laura) Elsholz. The joy and loves of her life her daughters: Laurien (Briley) Farr, Paige (Dallon) King. Her grandchildren: Adam and Kathryn King. Many nieces and nephews. Boyfriend: Jeff Wright.
Funeral services will be held on Thursday, May 20 at 12 Noon in the Grantsville West Stake Center, 115 E Cherry St. Visitations will be held on Wednesday evening from 6-7 PM and also on Thursday 10:30-11:30 AM both at the Church. Burial will follow in the care of Dalton-Hoopes Funeral Home. 435-884-3031.
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