“What would Jesus have me do?”\nArla died Sep 24, 2006 from a month long battle with West Nile Virus; bitten by a mosquito in her beautiful garden. Born Oct 20, 1931 in St. George UT to Judge LeRoy H. and Lillian O. Cox. Graduated Valedictorian from Dixie High School, attended Dixie College; married her high school sweetheart and life long best friend Glen W Heaton Dec 14, 1949 in the St. George temple. \nArla worked many years as a legal secretary, and as an exec. assist. for Ireco Chemical and Utah Power & Light Mining. She was active in the LDS Church and served in many callings. Most recently; teaching English to Spanish speaking members. She was an active, kind, loving person who touched many lives. Arla loved to learn and was taking 2 Spanish classes, a computer class and Tai Chi (which she loved). She delighted in her children, grandchildren, great-grandchildren and neighbor children. She had time for them all and taught them all how to cook. She loved to cook - felt there could never be too much food. \nArla is survived by her loving husband Glen, sister Marilyn (Ray) Squiers, sister-in-law Donna Cox, children Janine (Peter) Leyer, Lillian (Ray) Woolston, ‘Roy’ (Tracy) Heaton; 9 grandchildren, 4 great-grandchildren and her dog Tag. \nArla was preceded in death by her parents; brothers, Darrell and Lowell; children, Darrell, Joan and LaVonne (Marion) Frazier and granddaughter Joan Leyer. \nFuneral Services Friday, Sep 29, 2006 at NOON, Murray 23rd Ward, 755 E Three Fountains Dr., Murray, UT. The family will receive friends at a viewing Thurs. evening from 6 – 8 pm at Jenkins-Soffe Funeral Home, 4760 S State, Murray and one hour prior to service on Fri. at the Ward. Interment: Sandy City cemetery.