OBITUARIES - December 2008
Ellis Franklin Wells passed away November 26, 2008.
He was born in Springfield, Idaho on December 12, 1924 to Charles and Ellen Hale Wells. He graduated from Aberdeen High School.
After graduation he joined the Army and served with the 11th Airborne Division serving under General Swain and General MacArthur. He was a paratrooper during the Second World War and served in the Philippines and Japan. He had memories of duck hunting with General Swain and General MacArthur. He once rode down on another soldiers parachute because his did not open.
On August 10, 1949 he married Floy Ransom in the Idaho Falls LDS Temple. She preceded him in death October 4, 1980.
They were blessed with seven children: Edgar (Debra) of West Haven, UT; Gloria Smith of Wapello, ID; Angela (Darryl) Rigby of Belmont, MA; Loretta Price of Pocatello; Benjamin (Sandy) of Oak Ridge, TN; Jonathan of Downey, ID and Nathan (Jamie) of Pocatello.
For many years he farmed and raised cattle in the Moreland area. He spent many hours working for other farmers and helping out whenever he could. He had many fond memories of the farm. This is where he raised his family. Many family reunions were held here.
On April 4, 1981 he married Doris Dingman Kodis. From this union he gained two additional daughters, Lori (Ken) Willmore and Pamela (Jim) Barnes, both of Idaho Falls.
He has 47 grandchildren and 37 great-grandchildren. How he loved spending time with his family.
Ellis worked at the INEL, retiring in 1985. He was a member of the LDS Church and served in many positions. He had a strong love for Scouting, receiving a Silver Beaver, Order of the Arrow, Wood Badge, and the Scouter’s Key.
He is survived by a brother Lawrence (Bonnie) of Beryl Junction, UT.
Funeral services were held Tuesday, Dec. 2 at the Ammon 6th Ward LDS Chapel. Burial was in the Moreland Cemetery, Moreland, ID where military rites were provided by the American Legion Post 23 of Blackfoot, ID.
Wilbur Raymond Krein, longtime Power County farmer and beloved citizen, passed away at his home on Wednesday, Dec. 3, 2008, at the age of 88.
He was born on Jan. 11, 1920, in Jefferson County to Christian J. Krein and Christina Kramer Krein. Wilbur moved to American Falls at the age of two. The oldest son in a traditional farm family of 13, he left school early to assist with family obligations.
After serving with the U.S. Marines in the Pacific during WWII, he returned to American Falls, and began working in the T.S. Vanderford potato operation in Aberdeen as warehouse foreman.
While working at the Vanderford Warehouse, Wilbur launched his farming career. He purchased 150 acres of land in the Neeley Area. After buying another 500 acres in Pleasant Valley in 1960, he left his warehouse position and starting farming full time growing potatoes and grain. He purchased another 900 acre farm from a cousin, Wes Kramer, in 1977.
He continued a self-education, and went on to become an active member of the American Falls Education Foundation, an inductee into the Agricultural Hall of Fame, School Board Member and President, Rotary Club President, Boy Scout Century member, Cub Scout leader, lifetime member of the American Legion and an active member of the Elks. He also sponsored several youth athletic programs including a bowling team for over 20 years; and youth soccer and baseball leagues. He sponsored seven exchange students over 20 years.
He was a foundation contributor to the Power County Senior Citizen Center, was a century member of the ISU Bengal Boosters and was an active member of the L.D.S. Church serving in many capacities, including High Priest.
Wilbur Krein had a love for children! He always had a knack of singing little ones to sleep with his beautiful voice. His second love was cooking! He was known by all for his famous German Sausage! He was a very generous man and was always willing to lend a hand to those in need.
Following his wife Lee’s auto accident and death in 1974, he married Vernene Russell. He helped raise her four daughters, his own two daughters, and their son.
Wilbur is survived by his wife, Vernene Krein of American Falls; daughters Kelly Woodworth American Falls; Jamie Turnbull, Forrest Grove, OR; son Kryst (Melissa) Krein, American Falls; stepdaughters Alaina (Brent) Eldredge, American Falls; Robyn (Kirk) Adkins, American Falls; Apryl (Jason) Hunt, Modesto, CA; Alair (Russell) Palmer, Aberdeen; 23 grandchildren, Shane (LeeAnn) Bolgen, Kyle Woodworth, Breanna Turnbull, Emilee Krein, Matthew Krein, Meagan Krein, Jacob Krein, Ariel Harmon, Jordan Harmon, Olivia Eldredge, Victoria Eldredge, Sam Eldredge, Lacy Eldredge; Ashlee Adkins, Audrey Adkins, Dallen Adkins, Russell Adkins, Andrew Adkins, Levi Adkins, Jyllian Hunt, Alex Hunt; Kaelee Palmer, Caden Palmer, Kimberlee Palmer, Logan Palmer; three great-grandchildren, Britton Bolgen, Halee Bolgen, Sawyer Bolgen; sisters Ruth Stevens of Spokane, WA, Lucille (Marvin) Balis, Jerome, ID, and brother Ted Krein of Albuquerque, N.M. and he has numerous nieces and nephews and many lifelong friends. Wilbur was loved tremendously and cherished by his family! He will be greatly missed!
Wilbur is preceded in death by his parents, six sisters, and four brothers.
Funeral services were held Saturday, Dec. 6, at 11 a.m. at the LDS church in American Falls, 650 Pocatello Ave.
Delane Hall passed away Thursday, Nov. 14, 2008 at Charlton Methodist Hospital in Dallas, TX, due to complications from a sudden heart attack. He had his loving daughter, Nancy; grandsons, Michael and Nathan; and son-in-law, Wayne Clay, by his side holding him.
Delane was born on Feb. 25, 1922 in old town American Falls, to Lelia and Harold Hall.
After graduating from A.F. High School, he entered the Army as part of the Aviation Engineers specializing in metallurgy. He served in the Pacific Theater during World War II, operating heavy equipment building runways. He served his country with honor and pride in a war that claimed many, including his own brother, Harold Hall. Following the war, he returned to American Falls and later married Helen Elsenpeter on Dec. 11, 1948 and they were blessed with a daughter Nancy.
Delane worked as Power County Weed Supervisor for over 40 years, a job he loved because it brought him into contact with so many of the area farmers and their families. This past summer, he and Nancy drove through Power County. He pointed out the many farms and houses where he happily remembered being served delicious meals with the families while he was spraying their fields or cattle. He retired in the spring of 1985 with the only regret that he missed the contacts he had with so many of his friends. He was also a member of the American Falls Lions Club for many years.
Delane was always a very athletic person who enjoyed many hobbies. His greatest love was collecting parts and working on antique cars. He shared his love and knowledge of antique cars with his oldest grandson, Michael Clay, when Michael was very young. One of Michael’s fondest memories is riding on a red tractor with Grandpa. Delane was also an airplane pilot. His grandson, Michael, and daughter, Nancy, went flying with him many times when they were in Idaho. He passed the love of flying down to his youngest grandson, Nathan Clay. It was just last year that Nathan took Delane flying in Nathan’s 1946 Luscombe and encouraged his grandpa to fly the plane, which he was able to do and enjoyed very much. Delane had always wanted to see Alaska. His dream came true this past summer when his grandson, Nathan, was fulfilling an internship with the Alaska Marine Highway. Delane and his family took a vacation to Alaska and traveled on the M/V Malaspina, the ship that Nathan was navigating. He got to see many beautiful places in Alaska and also went Halibut fishing with a friend of Nathan’s from Juneau. Delane caught two 30 lb Halibut on the same line and was very proud as he reeled them in. Delane said: “It was a vacation he would remember for the rest of his life.”
Delane is survived by many loving relatives: daughter Nancy, grandsons Michael and Nathan, son-in-law Wayne Clay, his aunt June Barlow, her son, Rick and his wife Alice, his cousin’s son, Monte Glascock and his wife Marla, numerous nieces and nephews, and special friends, George Santee and Patty Litton. When he was in Idaho, he enjoyed visits from many friends. He loved their company and enjoyed being with each and every one of them.
Delane was preceded in death by his wife of 58 years, Helen Hall, parents, Lelia and Harold Hall, and his brothers, Harold and Donald Hall. It was in keeping with his giving spirit that Delane was an organ donor. Donations can be made to the American Heart Association in his name.
Services will be held at St. John’s Lutheran Church, 656 Tyhee Ave., American Falls, on Friday, Dec. 12, at 1:30 p.m. Graveside military services will follow at Falls View Cemetery.
A luncheon will be held at St. John’s Lutheran Church following graveside service with a special video presentation honoring a beloved father, grandfather and father-in law.
Lucille M. Howard, died peacefully surrounded by her family on Dec. 3, 2008, at Cassia Regional Medical Center in Burley. She was 86.
Lucille was born Jan. 5, 1922, the third daughter of Jacob Stein and Elizabeth Enneking Stein in Melrose, Minn. Lucille was raised in Opheim, MT, on the family homestead. After high school she received her teaching certificate at Havre College in Montana. She taught school in Montana and Washington State.
After World War II, while teaching school in Dayton, WA, she met Nelson D. Howard. They married on May 25, 1946. From the marriage they had four sons and one daughter. From Dayton, the couple moved to Delaware, MD, Clarkston, WA, Milton-Freewater, OR, and settling in American Falls, where Nelson was instrumental in the building of Lamb Weston. All five children graduated from American Falls High School.
After Lucille and Nelson retired in 1979, they moved to Colorado Springs, CO, and became snowbirds in Mesa, AZ. Nelson died Feb. 12, 1982, in Mesa, and was buried at the Arizona Veterans Memorial Cemetery in Cave Creek, AZ. A year later, Lucille met Robert Salkovics at a dance in Mesa. They were married on April 10, 1985. Bob always said that his legs were a few inches shorter since he had met Lucille because she danced his legs off. They spent the summers in Mukilteo, WA, until the traffic was too much to drive in. They then moved to Burley, to be closer to family. Bob died June 23, 2007. Lucille lived independently until her death.
Lucille was preceded in death by her parents; sisters and brothers-in-law Elmer and Loretta Bohn and Elmer and Alvina Walstead; both husbands; and a granddaughter, Celeste Howard.
She is survived by her five children, Tom (Marjorie) Howard of Littleton, CO, Liz (Jim) Davis of Burley, Marc Howard of Burley, Ron Howard of Hood River, OR, and Patrick Howard of San Francisco, CA; her grandchildren, Emily (Rolando) Branly, and son, Pablo of Davie, FL, Andrew (Heather) Howard of Denver, CO, Teresa Rodriguez and children, Anthony Rodriguez, Lorriana Soto and Augie Soto of Glendale, AZ, Dustin Rodriguez and daughter, Angelica Rodriguez of Glendale, AZ, and Richard (Linzie) Saenz and daughter, Zoey of Burley.
The funeral was held at 11 a.m. Friday, Dec. 5, at the Rasmussen Funeral Home, 1350 E. 16th St., in Burley. Officiating was the Rev. Father Reginald Nwauzor. She will be buried with Nelson at the Arizona Veterans Memorial Cemetery in Cave Creek, AZ.
Lucille’s five children and daughter and son-in-law will sorely miss her. She was our light but we know that she is at peace. We love you, Mom!
Our beloved mother, grandmother, great-grandmother, sister and friend, Dixie Lee Carroll Williams died Wednesday, Dec. 3, 2008 peacefully of natural causes at her home in American Falls. She was born Oct. 24, 1937, to the late Roy Richardson and Hettie Mae Carroll of Clayton, OK. She is survived by her sister Pansy (Bill) Anderson.
Dixie attended Southeastern Junior College, where she met and later married Donald Ray Williams. Together they had five children.
Dixie proudly retired after over 20 years of employment from The Department of Human Services in Stillwater, Payne County, OK, in 2002 and eventually moved to Idaho to be near her children.
Dixie was a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and lived her life as a woman with great charity and love for others. She will be remembered as a mother with great devotion who taught her children unconditional love and faith in God and humanity.
She is survived by her five children, Donna (Alan) Permann, Dee Ann (Lee) Hanley, Don (Michelle) Williams Jr., Deborah Williams, Doris (Paul) Ruelas. nine grandchildren: Seth, Erik, Rebecca, Justin, and Kevin Permann, Lynzi Layton, Nicholas Williams, Emery and Lincoln Ruelas; and four great-grandchildren: Ammon, Belle, Prezlee and Nathan Permann.
Visitation and viewing was held Monday, Dec. 8, from 1 to 2 p.m. at the Rockland Ward church building, 405 East Shoshone. Funeral services followed.
The family expresses thanks and gratitude for all of the prayers and efforts made in their behalf during this time. Funeral arrangements were under the direction of Davis-Rose Mortuary in American Falls.
“After the many testimonies which have been given of him, this is the testimony, last of all, which we give of him: That he lives!” (D&C 76:22).
| Milford “Mip” James Burgemeister, 79, of American Falls passed away Friday, Dec. 12, 2008 at Harms Memorial Hospital in American Falls.
Mip was born July 17, 1929, in American Falls to Martin and Georgia Worley Burgemeister. He graduated from Aberdeen High School in 1948. He served in the U.S. Army in Japan and Korea and was honorably discharged in 1952. He was a lifelong member of the American Legion Post 59 in Aberdeen, serving over 56 years, and holding several post offices. He helped with the many fund raisings in the 60’s to build the present Legion Hall.
Mip was always a hard worker, working at the Midland Grain Elevator during high school and after returning from Korea for PF Funk Grain Elevator, later for TS Vanderford, JR Simplot, Knudsen Irrigation, and retiring from Funk Irrigation.
In 1957 he married Ethel Copeland. They had three children, they later divorced. The later years of his life he was happily married to Josephine (Jo) Mendizabal.
He is survived by his children, Wayne of Buhl, Lynda (Jerry) Schwenson of Twin Falls, Russell (Trudy) of Filer, Rock (Heather) Roy of American Falls; grandchildren, Lynzey and Erik Surber, Laurie Burgemeister, Kyle Burgemeister, Steffanie, CJ and Cerise Schwenson, Brandi and Kambi Roy; and a brother, Richard of Aberdeen.
He was preceded in death by his parents, brothers, Fred, Marvin and Bob; his first wife Ethel, and present wife Jo.
The family received friends at 11 am, Tuesday, Dec. 16, at the Aberdeen American Legion Hall. The military graveside service was at 1 p.m. at the Aberdeen Cemetery, Aberdeen. Funeral arrangements were under the direction of Davis-Rose Mortuary, 170 Idaho St., American Falls.
Memorials may be made to the Aberdeen American Legion Post # 59, Aberdeen.
|Sharon was born on Oct. 29, 1934 in Aberdeen, to Lee V. and Ida Stanger Corbridge. She passed away Friday, Dec. 12, 2008, after a long history of heart disease, at home in Shelley, ID, with her family by her side.
Sharon was a long time resident of American Falls, graduating from American Falls High School in 1953. She married George W. Rogers on Dec. 17, 1953. While raising her family she also worked at the Arctic Circle Drive In for 19 years. George passed away in April 1973. She later married Clint Stewart in August 1974 and moved to Shelley.
Sharon enjoyed her kids, grandkids, and making beautiful porcelain dolls, which she was very proud of doing.
She is survived by her husband, Clint; son, Willie (Joanne) Rogers of Rockaway Beach, OR; daughter, Faith (Phillip) McDaniel of Idaho Falls; son, Jim Rogers of Denver, CO; daughter, Hope (Terry) Walker of Shelley; stepchildren, Marcus (Judy) Stewart of Reno, NV, Brett (Joy) Stewart of Denver, CO, Jeff Stewart of Salt Lake City, UT; sister, Marla Kay (Junior) Schultz; brother, Virgil (Patti) Corbridge; brother, Ron (Sandy) Corbridge; brother, Don Corbridge; sister, Gayla (Dave) Carlson; brother, Lee V. Corbridge; and her special joys, 13 grandchildren and 19 great-grandchildren. Her mother, second mother, father, two sisters and an infant son precede her in death.
The funeral service will be held at 11 a.m., Wednesday, Dec. 17, at The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 650 Pocatello Ave. in American Falls, with Bishop Steve Tolman conducting. The visitation was Tuesday from 6 to 8 p.m. at Davis-Rose Mortuary, 170 Idaho St., American Falls, and from 9:45 to 10:45 a.m. Wednesday at the church. Interment will follow at Fallsview Cemetery in American Falls.
| Esther Marie Kopp was born Aug. 29, 1924, the daughter of Fred Deeg and Leah Permann Deeg. She died Sunday, Dec. 14, 2008.
She attended school at the Garn School, which was about one mile from the Deeg farm. Because the country school classes were so small, they held Esther a year and started brother, Otto, one year early so there were more students in each grade.
When Esther and brother Otto reached the eighth grade, they then went to American Falls High School. All students began to ride buses to town in about 1939 and the country schools closed.
Esther was a confirmed member of the Zoar Congregation Church in American Falls, one of a class of 13 students.
Esther grew up on the farm and knew how to do most chores, from milking the cows to driving the Caterpillar tractor pulling the Case combine in grain harvest in the 1940s.
Esther met and married Fred Kopp on Oct. 25, 1942 and shortly after he was drafted into the army. While Fred was in the military, Esther’s first son, Leonard Kopp, was born. She later had two more sons, Fred Jr., and Blaine Kopp.
They have lived and farmed east of American Falls for 66 years. During those years Esther always had a large garden and later sewed many lap robes for the V.A. Hospital. She was actively involved in the American Legion Auxiliary. She was able to travel some, especially she enjoyed attending a number of Legion Auxiliary conventions and seeing different parts of our country.
Any memorials may be left in her memory to the charity of your choice.
She will be missed by her husband, Fred, her three sons, Leonard, Fred Jr., and Blaine, her brother Otto, and two sisters and other family members.
|Thomas Jeffrey White, 69 of American Falls died Thursday, Dec. 11, 2008 at the Portneuf Regional Medical Center.
The memorial service was held at 4 p.m., Sunday, Dec. 14, at the United Methodist Church, 710 Ft. Hall Ave. in American Falls, with Pastor Marcie Collins officiating.
Funeral arrangements were under the direction of Davis-Rose Mortuary in American Falls.
Andrea Lin Duffin returned to live with her Heavenly Father Thursday, Nov. 27, 2008 at the age of 51. Andrea was born Oct. 25,1957 in American Falls. She was the first born child of John and Myrna Feld Duffin.
Andrea was raised on a farm in Aberdeen until she was 14, when she moved to Pocatello to live with several very kind and loving families. She attended special education classes in Aberdeen and the Pocatello school district. She worked at New Day Products and Deseret Industries. After about 10 years Andrea returned to live in Aberdeen where she was closer to her family and friends. When her parents moved to Pocatello she also returned to Pocatello to be closer to them. Upon moving to Pocatello she reunited with a childhood classmate Roger Heer, whom she married on July 17, 1998. They were later divorced.
Andrea always knew she was a special spirit and had great faith in her Heavenly Father. She knew if she could just endure she would return to live with him and her beloved grandparents and others who have gone on before her. What great rejoicing when they meet again.
Andrea loved people. In spite of being developmentally challenged, she never forgot a face and was the most forgiving and loving person you would ever meet.
Andrea is survived by her parents, John and Myrna of Pocatello, her sister Shauna Elsberry (Terry) of Kaysville, UT, brother Byron (Shanda) of Shelley, ID, brother Eric (Melanie) of Pocatello, brother Kelly (Cindy) of Pocatello, and sister Ginger (Jeff) of Kaysville, UT, 18 nieces and nephews and her best friend and dog Sugar.
She was preceded in death by her grandparents Roland and Ella Duffin, numerous aunts and uncles, all of whom she loved very much.
There have been so many people who have touched Andrea over her lifetime. She has had so many caregivers who have known her and shown great compassion. Though they are too numerous to mention her family would like to thank each and every one of them. The family would especially like to thank Dr. Lavonne Mills for her years of caring for Andrea and loving her as a friend, and Pocatello Care and Rehab and Access Hospice for their tireless love and care shown to Andrea on her final days here on this earth.
In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Idaho Food Bank in Andrea’s name.
Funeral services for Andrea were held on Monday, Dec. 1, at the Tyhee LDS Stake Center with Bishop Richard Watt conducting. Interment followed in the Aberdeen Cemetery.
Condolences may be sent to the family online at www.wilksfuneralhome.com.
|Kurt Ward Cates, 46, of American Falls, passed away Tuesday, Dec. 16, 2008, at Eastern Idaho Regional Medical Center following a stroke.
Kurt was born Feb. 24, 1962, in Pocatello, to Andrew Wilson Cates and Nona Jessie Beasley Cates. He grew up in the Fort Hall area and attended grade school at Fort Hall Elementary. He attended Blackfoot Junior High and Hawthorne Junior High. Kurt graduated from Highland High School in 1980. That same year he was the President of the Highland FFA Chapter and met his future wife through the FFA. He then attended the University of Idaho and graduated in 1984 from the College of Southern Idaho with an Associate Degree in Agronomy.
Kurt married Rayma Jean Hill on April 4, 1981, at the “Chapel in the Valley” in Swan Valley, ID. They lived in the Fort Hall area. Kurt worked for Simplot Soilbuilders in Rockford. He later worked for the USDA - Soil Conservation Service in the American Falls Field office. In 1991 Kurt and Rayma moved to American Falls. Kurt became a District Conservationist for the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) – Natural Resources Conservation Services (NRCS) on the Fort Hall Indian Reservation, where he remained until the time of his death.
Kurt was a member of the Shoshone-Bannock Tribes and enjoyed working with fellow tribal members on the reservation. Kurt was heavily involved with the Intertribal Agriculture Council (IAC) the American Indian Native Employee Association (AINEA) and the Idaho Envirothon program through the USDA. He was a strong supporter of the American Cancer Society’s Relay for Life and helped organize a team from Fort Hall the last two years. Kurt had lived with Juvenile Diabetes since age eight. He tried to utilize the newest diabetes treatments and be a model patient. He was a volunteer for diabetes drug trials and a supporter of the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation and the American Diabetes Association. Whether work, family or community related, Kurt was always ready to volunteer and help out in any way he possibly could.
Kurt was a member of St. John’s Lutheran Church in American Falls. He held a black belt in karate. He enjoyed fishing, hunting, camping, skiing, boating, and helping with family projects. He loved to hunt with his daughter, Sandy, and fish with his family and friends.
Survivors include: wife, Rayma Cates, American Falls; daughter, Sandy Jo (Dustin) Webster, Challis, ID; daughter, Andra Reshel Cates, American Falls; parents, Andy and Nona Cates, Fort Hall; brother, Andy Wade Cates, Fort Hall; brother, Robert Cerino, Fort Hall; sister, Nola (Deland) Osborne, Fort Hall; sister, Kim (Pete) Becker, Blackfoot; sister, Misty (Ricki) Cerino, Fort Hall; and numerous nieces and nephews.
Kurt was close to his in-laws, Ed and Toni Hill and family of Driggs, ID. He loved to hunt and fish with his father-in-law and brothers-in-law: Tom (Lexie), Heidi (Mike), Harley (Sherri) and Eddie Hill. He was adored by his mother-in-law, Toni. He was preceded in death by a brother, Chris Wayne Cates, and his father-in-law, Ed Hill.
Funeral services were held at 11 a.m. Saturday, Dec. 20, at St. John’s Lutheran Church, 656 Tyhee Avenue, American Falls, with Pastor Jon Beake officiating.
Arrangements were under the direction of Wood Funeral Home, PO Box 51434, Idaho Falls, 83405-1434. Phone (208) 522-2751. Fax (208) 522-5413. Condolences may be sent to the family online at www.woodfuneralhome.com.
In lieu of flowers the family suggests donations to the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation International, 120 Wall Street, 19th floor, New York, New York 10005. 1-800-533-cure or the American Cancer Society, P.O. Box 22718, Oklahoma City 73123-1718. 1-800-ACS-2345.
Alvin Dean “Al” Littlefield, 60 of Aberdeen, died Sunday, Dec. 28, 2008 at his home of a heart attack. Alvin was born in American Falls on Oct. 31, 1948 to Raymond A. and Hazel Canfield-Littlefield, the fourth of eight children. He grew up in American Falls and Pocatello. He lived in Aberdeen for the past 30 years.
He married Carol Ann Chornuk Aug. 23, 1973 in Quincy, WA. They later divorced. Alvin was an avid fisherman, and loved tinkering with cars and collecting clocks and coins. He also enjoyed traveling and camping. He had a wonderful sense of humor and enjoyed helping others. He never met a stranger and always stopped to help people. He was proud of his children and their accomplishments. Alvin cared for his mother for many years and took her traveling all over the country.
Alvin is survived by four children, Rick Chornuk of Soap Lake, WA; Jana Littlefield-Clark of Tacoma WA; Raymond (Dawn) Littlefield of Fountain, CO; and Jeri Rowland of Bremerton, WA; seven grandchildren, Kylie, Marquel, Joey, Eve, Ashley, Ray and Zack; two brothers, Charlie Littlefield of Aberdeen and Ron (Andrea) Littlefield of Pocatello; three sisters, Jane (Jay) Simonson of Idaho Falls, Carol Clark of Aberdeen and Donna (Brian) Jensen of American Falls.
He was preceded in death by his parents and two brothers, Carl Leon Littlefield and Harold LeRoy Littlefield.
The visitation will be from 5 to 7 p.m. Friday, Jan. 2, at Davis-Rose Mortuary, 170 Idaho St., American Falls, and Saturday from 10 to 11 a.m. at the Aberdeen American Legion, 180 South Main, Aberdeen, with the funeral service following at 11 a.m.
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