Mary Beth Dalley, 82, completed her assignment and returned home to her Father in Heaven on Sunday, Feb. 26, 2023 in Novi, Michigan, where she had been visiting her great-niece, Cassidy (Oska), and their children. She was born Sep. 19, 1940 in Cedar City, Utah to Bertrand and Minnie Hulet Dalley. She joined her brother Allen B. Dalley in their family in Summit, Utah where she grew up, and spent her life. \n\t\nShe was an active member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. She loved little children, and for years helped her mother care for the little tots while their mothers were at Tuesday Primary meetings. \n\t\nHer family owned property up Parowan Canyon where they grazed their sheep in the summers, and Mary Beth loved being in the mountains. She had a loyal dog, Socks, who kept her company there, as well as on the long walks she enjoyed around the outskirts of Summit.\n\t\nMary Beth loved being involved in the Parowan Senior Citizens group. She attended three days a week for years, and also went on the bus on the twice monthly shopping trips. She has lived by herself for the last ten years, taking care of herself and the cats.\n\t\nMary Beth was an amazing person in many ways. She could correctly explain to anyone the genealogical ties of her family back four generations. She also had a surprising vocabulary for a little Summit lady, and used those words correctly and often. She knew her own mind, and expressed her opinions on occasion. She won by far the most candy bars for Dee El Stapley's "Name That 50's Tune" game at a ward party. She loved Roy Orbison and Ricky Nelson.\n \t\nMary Beth was well-loved by her community, her Senior Citizen friends, and friends from the Iron County Rest Home, as well her family (of which the Ken Rowley family include themselves), all of whom will miss her greatly. Miss Hadlee Beth Rowley, new resident of Summit, is Mary Beth's namesake.\n \nSurvivors: brother, Allen B. Dalley, niece, Noreen (David) Barnes, nephew, Will (Emily) Dalley, great-nieces Jesse Barnes, Cassidy (Oska) Ang'ila, Cody Barnes and great-great nieces and nephews Nadia Joy, Nerea Dentzel, Stephen Mann Angus, Nathaniel Nelson Luther Ang'ila.\nPreceding her in death were her parents; nephew, Andrew Carter Dalley.\nFuneral Services will be held on Friday, March 10, 2023 at 11:00 am at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (55 E. Main Street, Summit, Utah). A viewing will be held prior to the services from 9:30 – 10:30 am. Interment will be at the Summit Cemetery, under the direction of Southern Utah Mortuary.