Phyllis Dorothy Dobrenick (Voigt) passed away peacefully in her sleep on December 16th, just 15 days shy of her 92nd birthday. Phyllis was a “New Year’s Eve” baby born on December 31st, 1926 to Carl Henry Voigt and Lillian Tessman. Phyllis was born in Evanston, Illinois. Phyllis was the younger sister to her brother, Richard Voigt. \r\nPhyllis grew up in the Chicago suburbs of Evanston and Skokie, Illinois. Her fondest memories of her childhood were that of spending time with her extended family at family gatherings such as birthday parties and holiday celebrations. She missed her extended family dearly. Phyllis attended both Monmouth college and Northwestern University and worked in accounting for such companies as Allstate and U.S. Life. \r\nPhyllis met her eternal companion at a dance hall in Chicago and was married for almost 60 years. Phyllis and Albert were married in the Lutheran church but years later, after becoming members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints were sealed in the Salt Lake Temple for time and all eternity, along with their children Susan and Thomas.\r\nPhyllis was a selfless woman, whose family and devotion to them and to her Savior Jesus Christ were her purpose for living. She will be remembered for her kindness, caring and willingness to serve those around her. \r\nPhyllis is survived by her daughter, Susan Butler and her son Thomas Dobrenick. She is also survived by her beloved grandchildren, Aaron (Crystal) Butler and their children, her great-grandchildren, Stockton and Bennett, Christie Butler and Cori Butler. Phyllis was preceded in death by her beloved eternal companion, Albert Reuben Dobrenick. \r\nServices will be held Friday, December 21st at the Daybreak North Shore 9th Ward (5058 W. South. Dock Street, South Jordan, Utah. 84009) at 11 am, with a viewing beginning at 10 am. Interment following at the Utah Veteran’s Cemetery and Memorial Park (17111 W. Camp Williams Road, Bluffdale, Utah). \r\nThe family would like to extend heartfelt gratitude for those who lovingly cared for her at Copper Ridge Nursing Home and Danville Support Services. We also extend our gratitude for members of the Daybreak 2nd ward, who lovingly served and cared for Phyllis and her husband Albert for many years.