Phyllis LaRae Winkler Clyde\n\nPhyllis Winkler Clyde (93) passed away on September 23, 2023. She was the daughter of Justin and Donna Penrod Winkler. Phyllis attended schools in Provo, Utah including Brigham Young University High School and then Brigham Young University where she received a Bachelor of Arts in Elementary Education.\n\nAfter obtaining her degree, she married Norman Dean Clyde in the Salt Lake Temple. They were married for 71 years. Shortly after they were married, she began her work teaching elementary age children in Salt Lake City and in Arlington, Virginia. She loved being a teacher and found her work meaningful and fulfilling.\n\nThe couple moved to Germany in the years after World War II so that Norman could fulfill his service in the Army Corps of Engineers. They were very active in their local church and spent many hours raising money and volunteering to build a new meeting house.\n\nLater, Phyllis and Norman settled in Springville, Utah, where they made their home for more than forty years and raised their three children. Phyllis was active in her community and in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. She held both ward and stake callings and enjoyed being of service to others.\n\nPhyllis and Norman served as Sister and Mission President in Scotland, Edinburgh from 1997 to 2000. She worked tirelessly and profoundly enjoyed the years they spent in Scotland, giving service, and gaining friends. She loved her missionaries. Since 2000 and into her later years, Phyllis maintained strong relationships with friends in Scotland and many former missionaries. \n\nUpon returning to Utah, Phyllis and Norman were asked to serve in the Mission Training Center in Provo, Utah, where they greeted each missionary and helped missionaries adapt to the rigors of missionary life.\n\nPhyllis was preceded in death by her parents, Justin and Donna Penrod Winkler; her sisters, Barbara Winkler Gates, Marylee Winkler Haynie, and her brother Jon Winkler; her daughter, Tawna Clyde Smith, and her great-grandson Calvin Simons. She is survived by her husband Norman Dean Clyde, her daughter Cheryl Clyde DuBose, her son Lance Clyde and many grandchildren and great grandchildren.\n\nHer funeral will be held in Tucson, Arizona on September 30, 2023, and she will be interred in the Evergreen Cemetery in Springville, Utah.