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Cleveland is a clean, friendly community that retains its safe, small Town feel and charm. The citizens of Cleveland envision a family friendly Town that is unified, rich in heritage and cultural diversity, which provides economic opportunities, quality education and a healthy environment to all.
The Town of Cleveland was named in honor of President Grover Cleveland. In 1884-85 Henery A. Oviatt, Samual N. Alger, Jacob Johnson, John Eden, Robert T. Litster and Martin Mortensen took up homesteads in spite of the great handicap they faced in the matter of water.
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2019 Cleveland Days Honored Citizens Dan and Annette Wells!





Dan M and Annette H Wells

Dan was born and raised in Cleveland, Annette grew up in Huntington. They met in High School and were married in 1963 in the Manti temple.

They moved to Cleveland in 1968 after graduating from University of Utah.

At that time they had two children: Dale and Eric.  Danette was born that fall.  They built the basement of their home and moved into it when Danette came home from the hospital. After several years of construction they moved into the home they now have.

Dan taught the 4th grade in Orangeville for 2 years, then worked for the State of Utah for a year and was the administrator for the Ann Self School in Spring Glen for 6 years. He was the principal at Cleveland Elementary for 24 years when he retired in 2002.

Annette has been a home maker and mother to 10 children, keeping everyone where they needed to be. She has done wedding cakes, and many, many quilts which she is still making. Annette has been involved as Relief Society President, Primary President and Young Women programs and scouting.

Dan has been active in church callings as Bishop, High Council, and Scouting. He has also been Fire Chief, EMT, and Justice of the Peace in Cleveland.

Together they have served missions in Australia, Nauvoo Temple and Kirtland Historic Sites.

They are currently serving in the Manti Temple as ordinance workers.

They are the parents of 10 children: Dale & Jeana of Miller Creek; Eric & Jodi of Riverton; Danette & Robert of West Jordan; Karl & Teresa of Rock Springs, WY; Marlene of Herndon, VA;  Rebecca & Jon of Tooele; Glen & Ilham of Riverton; Pauline & Casey of Cedar City; Melinda and Mats of Redwood City, CA; Allison & John of Mapleton.

All of the boys and Dan attended the National Boy Scout Jamboree and the girls were involved in 4-H and FHA. All of the family was involved in the Southeastern Stock show in Ferron with pigs and sheep. Dan & Annette were 4-H leaders for the community.

They presently have almost 32 grandchildren and 5 great grandchildren.

 

 



"O'VILLE" A GREAT PLACE TO VISIT


ARE YOU LOOKING FOR SOMETHING FUN TO DO IN CLEVELAND?  LOOK NO FURTHER THAN O'VILLE PIONEER VILLAGE LOCATED ON EAST MAIN STREET IN CLEVELAND, UTAH!  YOU WILL LOVE BEING TRANSPORTED BACK IN TIME.  DON'T MISS IT.



                                               "14 miles from extinction"