Gary Michael Edwards, 47, of Enoch, Utah, died of pneumonia, October 9, 2012 in Provo, Utah, surrounded by family. He was born June 16, 1965, in Newcastle, Wyoming. He and his twin brother Jerry were adopted by Walter Albert Edwards and Virginia Elaine Edwards. He lived in Wyoming until age 8, when the family moved to Monroe, Utah. He and his twin worked on the family farm changing hand line sprinklers and growing corn. They had a little Indian 80 motorcycle they used to ride around. One would float down the canal on an inner tube while the other rode the motorcycle down, then theyd both ride back and switch and do it again.The family moved to Enoch when the boys were 12, and they used their motorcycle to chase rabbits and run their dogs. Around this time, the boys had an Indian Placement sister, Tomacita Ranger of Green River, Wyoming. Gary and Jerry received their Eagle Scout Awards in 1979, at age 13. In middle school Gary ran cross country track and played football. He started working for Zion Plumbing in 1981, and got into the heating and air conditioning business, which took him from Enoch to Las Vegas, NV, to Bullhead City, AZ and eventually to Park City, Utah, where he owned his own company until he was involved in a car accident in March 2000 that left him disabled. He was a fighter. He spent 9 months in the hospital following the accident, and then went through three years of rigorous physical therapy to get where he could walk and drive again.He married Julee Davis in September 1992 and the couple had one son, Joe Edwards. They divorced in 2000.Gary was involved in the Angel Fund and helped build the Clint Kelly residence. He loved working with the Iron County Search and Rescue. It was something he could do and volunteer and give service that way. He loved camping, hunting and fishing and spending time in the mountains. He was a practical joker, an easy-going kind of guy who loved to tease. He was preceded in death by his grandparents, Larry Turner (brother), and Elaine Edwards (mother). A viewing will be held from 11:00 until noon on Friday, at the Homestead Chapel on Midvalley Road in Enoch and the funeral will begin at noon. Graveside service and Interment will be at the Enoch Cemetery following the funeral under the direction of Southern Utah Mortuary. Online condolences can be sent to .