Rowland Lynn Denison, Age 50, of Spanish Fork, Utah, died Monday February 10, 2014.\n\nLynn was born in Provo Utah, March 3, 1963 to the late Rowland L. and Carol Ann Clegg Denison. \n\nLynn worked at Teleflex and later Klune Industries as a talented machinist. Anyone he worked with will \n\ntell you he had a Love/Hate relationship with the Machine he called the 'Ma-hoe', and that he was the \n\nonly one with the right touch and amount of patience to get 'her' to do what needed to be done. Many \n\nknew him as a gruff man, one who drank too much, but for some we will remember him by his gooey, \n\nendlessly loving inside. Daddy loved the outdoors; camping, fishing, and exploring many areas near his \n\nhome. He had many talents and hobbies such as a handy man, hunter/fisher, internet surfing, kite flying \n\nand texting just to name a few. Daddy always had a 'Plan' and insisted you have one too. He also loved \n\nspending time with his Australian Shepherd, "Abby", and she followed him wherever he went. \n\nHis most recent pride and joy was his new baby granddaughter, Avery. He was very proud of her and \n\nspoke of her often. He also went out of his way in assisting in preparations for her birth. His tool box at \n\nwork always had recent pictures that he shared with anyone interested in hearing about what was going \n\non in his life and family. \n\nHe is survived by his two children; Teralynn 'TJ' Coleman of Meeker, CO and Michael D. Denison of \n\nSpringville, UT, His Granddaughter; Avery R. Coleman of Meeker, CO, His Brother; Michael E. Denison of \n\nOrem, UT, and his grandmother; Vera Park of Phoenix, AZ. Ex-wife (28yrs) and friend; Jeannie Denison of \n\nSpringville, UT. He also has several aunts and uncles and many cousins.\n\nDaddy did not want a gathering or funeral, but a brief viewing was held for family and close friends.