He never met a stranger and always had the best stories to tell.
For many years he would grow rows and rows of sweet corn. He would get up at dawn and try to sneak bags of corn onto his neighbors porches without being caught.
He lovingly became known as the “Corn Fairy” to family and friends around Leland, so it was only fitting that the corn fairy should live on as a part of the corn maze.
His life’s motto was, “It’s better to wear out than to rust out, “ and he worked on the farm until his dying day.
He and his kind, loving wife Genevieve, were major supporters of agriculture in the state of Utah and spent a large part of their life advocating for farmers and ranchers..
They would have been thrilled to welcome you to their farm!