Landra Johansen Adams, lately of Payson, Utah, was born on January 19, 1954 to\nNiels LaVon and Carrie Mae Johansen. She died on December 29, 2019 from\ncomplications of an infection. From the age of seven on she was raised by her\nfather and his wife Louise Roberts in Orem, Utah.\n\nLandra was preceded in death by her father, LaVon, brothers Wendell Charles,\nand Robert Neil Johansen, and her husband John H. (Jack) Adams. She is survived\nby her son Tyler William Satchwell and his wife Clare of Carrollton Texas; mother\nLouise Johansen Atwood of Elk Ridge, Utah; brother Michael Johansen (Lecia) of\nNinety-six, South Carolina; sisters Donna Kerr (Rick) of West Point, Utah, Christine\nJohansen of Bremerton, Washington, and Marcia Vincent (David) of Elk Ridge,\nUtah, as well as many nieces, nephews, great-nieces, and great-nephews who she\ntook immense pleasure in spending time with.\n\nLandra attended Orem Junior High and learned to play the Viola and the Piano\nduring that time. She was a wonderful pianist and brought pleasure to herself\nand others through this talent. She attended Orem High School where she was a\nmember of the Madrigals, an acapella group. After graduation she attended LDS\nBusiness College and later Ventura College where she studied English and Political\nScience.\n\nWhile attending LDS Business College she met and married Randy Satchwell and\nsubsequently gave birth to her son Tyler.\n\nShe lived in Ventura, California for many years where she worked as a\ntypographer and Labor Union President. She loved her role as she represented\nher colleagues at Ventura College and strived to improve their lives.\n\nWhen she returned to Utah she used her notably charming telephone voice to\nbecome the top sales person at the company she worked for. She won many\nprizes and incentives for her work, one of which was a trip to Disneyland which\nshe chose to share with her 13 year old niece.\n\nLandra loved learning and returned to school again at The College of Pastoral\nSupervision and Psychotherapy to become an Associate Clinical Chaplain in 2012.\nShe had a gift for comforting and serving people which brought her great joy. She\nserved in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day-Saints as a Temple Worker,\nPrimary Worker, and in a Relief Society Presidency. She developed a strong\ntestimony and loved the Gospel of Jesus Christ.\n\nDuring her final years she lived at Parkway Health in Payson where she often used\nthe skills she had developed as a chaplain to alleviate the challenges of those she\nlived with. She started a book club at that time and would read aloud to her\nfriends and neighbors. She will be missed by many.\n\nProviding service to those around her was an innate part of this beautiful woman.\nLandra made many friends through her efforts and treasured their\ncompanionship. She was intelligent, kind, well read, articulate, and enjoyed a\ngood discussion. She delighted in family events and thoroughly enjoyed a good\nparty.\n\nWe invite you to celebrate her life with us on Saturday January 4, 2020 at the LDS\nChapel at 259 E. Alpine Drive, Elk Ridge, Utah. At 11 am family and friends will\ngather for visiting and reminiscing in the Relief Society Room. The memorial\nservice will start at noon in the chapel. A luncheon will be served immediately\nafter where we plan to have one last party in her honor.\n\nCondolences can be made at www.legacyfunerals.com.