Anita Infanger Perkins

Anita was born September 7, 1952 in Pocatello, Idaho. She died peacefully November 4, 2023 at her sister’s home Becky Clement of Phoenix, Arizona. She was preceded in death by her parents Ben and Edna Infanger of Pocatello, her brother Brent Infanger of Pocatello, Idaho and her husband, Keith Perkins of Kanab, Utah. She is survived by her children, Kyle Perkins of Beaver Utah, Bryan Perkins of Salt Lake City and Kristy Guerry of Fort Worth/Dallas Texas, brothers Wayne Infanger of Mona, Utah, Kelly Infanger of Pocatello, Idaho and Gary Infanger of Pocatello, Idaho. And, her sister the above mentioned Becky Clement of Phoenix, Arizona.

 Anita was a very kind person who would always find something nice to say about people she knew even if others were being negative about the person. She was naturally talented as an artist and painted beautiful oil paintings. She also was a good lyricist and penned the words to "The Ballad of Everett Roush" a family favorite song and others. She also enjoyed playing the piano. Anita and Keith went on a mission for the LDS church to Shiprock, New Mexico. Anita also volunteered to provide cost free tax preparation services to people who needed help in Kanab.

Funeral Services will be held at 11:00 am on Sasturday, November 11, 2023 in the Kanab Stake Center, 20 west Center Street. A viewing will be held from 9:30 to 10:45 am prior to the funeral. Burial in the Kanab Cemetery under the direction of Mosdell Mortuary.



  1. Heather Metcalf November 9, 2023 at 12:40 am - Reply

    Kristy has been my friend for over 30 years. I had the pleasure of knowing her parents when they lived in West Valley. They both were very kind. I know they are reunited and are smiling down on friends and family, free from pain. My condolences to Kristy, Kyle and Bryan. Your mother was one of a kind

  2. James Donat November 12, 2023 at 10:27 pm - Reply

    So sorry to hear of Anita’s passing. She was my cousin, and we would visit them every so often growing up when they lived on the farm in Idaho. She was always nice to me, as were her siblings. My deepest sympathy goes out to her family.

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