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Sceptre Service – Sceptre Does Small Things with Great Love

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Hope Lodge is a place where cancer patients and caregivers can stay while undergoing treatment.   It was a humbling experience to serve those who are going through such tough challenges at this time.   The residence were so grateful that we brought them lunch.  Small things done with great love bless many.

Even something as small as making a meal and serving it blesses both the giver and the receiver.  Service connects and unifies people.  Notice the white board says, “Cooking up hope in honor of Lisa”.  We lost our friend and coworker, Lisa Carter, to Pulmonary Hypertension this year and last year she nominated Hope Lodge as a service project.  So this year we all voted to honor Lisa’s request.  The residence were asking who Lisa was and it was neat to share her light with them.   She was such a kind person.  Even Lisa’s smile was a small thing that gave so much light to everyone around her.   Serving at Hope Lodge was a great experience for both our awesome team and the residents.   Service creates unity with those you serve with and the people you serve.  We will definitely be back.


Sceptre Mourns the Loss of a Wonderful Team Member and Friend

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Lisa Carter

Account Coordinator

Sceptre Mourns the Loss of a strong team member and friend. Lisa was a bright ray of sunshine for everyone at Sceptre. Lisa made everyone feel like she was their best friend. She did this by caring, listening and loving. Lisa worked as a medical biller and account coordinator for 3+ years at Sceptre. Lisa's contributions and friendship will be missed. We wish Lisa's family the best as they mourn the loss of their wonderful mother, wife, daughter and friend. We hope the memory of the good times spent together sustains them during this challenging time.

Our beloved “Lady and Grandma Lady” passed away on July 6, 2019. Lisa was born to Duane and Judy Poll on March 28, 1963 in Ogden, Utah.

She graduated from Clearfield High School where she met her husband, Mark Carter. They were married November 5, 1981 in South Weber, Utah. After attending Utah State University, the couple returned to South Weber, Utah to raise their children and be close to family.

Lisa raised five children and seven grandchildren and was always surrounded by her family and friends. Family was the most important thing in Lisa’s life and she would never pass up the opportunity to go on an adventure or vacation with the people she loved. Family vacations to Mexico and weekend getaways to Jackson Hole were the trips she loved the most.

Lisa loved to barrel race and was a fierce competitor on her horse “Skinner”. She was the WPRA Wilderness Circuit rookie of the year in 1988 and was the 1989 WPRA Wilderness Circuit Barrel Racing Champion. She won many saddles, buckles, and horse trailers throughout her professional career. She passed her love of horses and barrel racing onto her daughters.

Lisa is survived by her husband, Mark and five children and their spouses; Josh (Stacey) Carter, Alexx (Allen) Keetch, Karson (Brian) Hall, Jayde (Sever) Talbot, and Madison (Tyler) Thornock; seven grandchildren; Sadie, Ryder, and Axel Carter, Sylvie, Karter, and Will Keetch, and Hayden Hall. She is also survived by her mother Judy and brothers; Chris, Jason, and Jared Poll.

She was preceded in death by her father Duane, her brother Darren, and her aunt Donna Poll.

Funeral services will be held Thursday, July 11, 2019 at 11 a.m. at the South Weber 1st Ward Chapel, 1401 E. South Weber Drive, South Weber. Friends may visit family Wednesday from 5 to 8 p.m. at Lindquist’s Layton Mortuary, 1867 No. Fairfield Road and Thusday from 9:30 to 10:30 a.m. at the church. Interment, Uintah Township Cemetery.

Sceptre Fights for a Friend with Cancer

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Sceptre fights for a friend with Cancer.   At Sceptre we not only fight for our clients right to reimbursement, we also fight for cancer awareness and friends.   We have a long time business partner and friend who is fighting for her life.  Our friend was recently diagnosed with pancreatic cancer.

Cancer is one of those diagnoses that helps us remember what matters most.   It is our relationships with people that matter most.   We have been blessed at Sceptre to work with so many great people for over 20 years now.   We sent our friend and her family a gift with some bracelets and let her know she is not fighting alone.

Everyone at Sceptre sends their love and support and hope our friend recovers quickly and her health returns soon.