April Anne (White) Touchette aged 65 years of Provo, Utah passed away peacefully on Sunday, March 20, 2022 of long chronic illnesses including organs failures. A Memorial service will be held at 8AM on Saturday, April 2, 2022 at the South Chapel (aka. Apple Chapel)\nat 1038 North 1200 East, Provo, Utah. Bishop Joseph McMurray of the Oak Hills 7th Ward will be officiating. There will be no viewing or burial. Instead after the service she wants her ashes scattered over Y mountain (her favorite spot). For families and friends from the\nEast coast we will be doing a Zoom link for all. April was born in Hyannis, MA on November 27, 1956. She graduated from Chatham High School. She took correspondence classes at home for Wild Life and Forestry. April was married to Edmond R. Touchette Jr. on April 20, 1985 at Our Lady of the Cape in Brewster, MA. they were married for 36 years. April worked several jobs over the years but really enjoyed National Forest campground management. She was a published author of her book "Parole at Camp Summerset" by A.W. Touchette.\nThe last job April had before her disability stopped her, was at the Heritage Schools as a nightwatch counselor in Provo, Utah. She enjoyed bingo, bowling and jigsaw puzzles. She was also involved with volunteer work for Project Read, Freedom Festival, and was a member of Ability 1st Utah in Provo, UT. She was also a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. \nApril is survived by her husband Edmond ReneTouchette Jr., two brothers, Ronald White of MA. and William White Jr. of FL, and a sister Deborah Warren of CT. and several nieces and nephews and\nother family and friends. April is preceded by her parents, William C. White Sr. and Elaine Hunt (Robie) White. Grand-parents, Charles S. White and Madeline I (Melanson) White also Charles Robie and Phyllis (Hunt) Robie her sister Donna Long and a niece Cheri White and her young family, also many aunts, uncles and friends. In lieu of flowers memorial donations may be given to American Cancer Society in memory of her mother Elaine White and father-in-law Edmond Rene Touchette Sr.