Roberta Pauline Tucker left this life at her home with her husband and sons at her side on March 10, 2018. She was born on January 3, 1933 to Robert and Blanche Christiansen Wayman in Castle Dale, Utah. She married Vardell Tucker on March 3, 1949. She is preceded in death by her parents and brothers, Leon, Movell, Max, Bert, Clyde, Lloyd and sisters, Udella, and Lois. She leaves behind her husband Vardell, two son, Vance Vardell (Cathy) and Richard Wayne (Audrey), eight grandchildren Casey (Brian) Curran, Carrey (Chad) Brown, Monte (Jessica), Benjamin (Cami), Seth (Chantel), Danielle Arter, Erin (Ben) Justesen and Jesse (Camry), 38 great-grandchildren and numerous nieces and nephews. Pauline was a longtime resident of Gardena (El Camino Village). Moving to Southern California in 1951.Pauline retired from Hughes Aircraft after 37 years of service. Pauline and Vard loved to travel in their motorhome and visit many places, especially traveling with family and to visit family. She loved her family and attending as many family activities as possible. Pauline also enjoyed finding out about those family members who went on before. Funeral services will be at The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 14801 Osage Ave, Lawndale, California starting at 11:00 am. Burial will follow at Green Hills Cemetery in Rolling Hills. The family expresses a special thanks to those who have assisted in providing such wonderful care for Pauline for the past several years. In lieu of flowers the family suggests that contributions be made to an Alzheimer related charity.

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  1. Vard, We pray our lives can be as faithfully lived as yours has been. The example of love and service you have shown to Pauline has help shape and motivate all of us to live better and more Christ like lives. Vardell may you have the comfort of the Holy Ghost to sustain you at this time, relying on your testimony of the restored Gospel of Jesus Christ as an anchor.. V. Vardell and Rick we love you and express our gratitude for your dedication to your Dad and Mom. What a blessing it is that your own children have had the opportunity to be taught at the feet of two of the greatest people we have been blessed to call our friends.

  2. Dear Uncle Vard, Vardell,and Richard, I was very sorry to hear of Aunt Pauline’s passing. My prayers and thoughts are with you and your families. As you know I will be attending Verna, my sister, funeral on Monday also. It is hard to loss our loved ones from our presence. Thank goodness for the wonderful plan of happiness and the knowledge we will be with them again. Love to all of you,

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