OBITUARIES - September 2007
Mr. Gerald “Gary” Dallas Yates, a resident of Crooked River Ranch, passed away Sept. 4, 2007. He was 74. No services will be held at this time.
Gary was born in Atlanta, NY, on December 4, 1932 to Frank and Thelma Yates. He served in the Marines in the 1st Airwing Division between 1952-1955.
He married Darla Keeney in Henry’s Fork, ID, on July 21, 1979.
He worked in National Park Services at Glacier National Park and Pecos National Monument in Santa Fe, NM, before retiring in 1995.
Mr. Yates also worked as a cowboy on Ranches in the West, and was the author of two books: “Summits and Trails” and “Jess.”
Gary and Karla both climbed and hiked in Glacier National Park, the Cascades, the Rocky Mountains, the Canadian Rockies, New England, Scotland, volcanoes in Mexico, the Himalayas in Napal, and other places.
Gary was an avid runner and bicyclist and was a true Renaissance man. He played guitar and violin and was actively involved with Osher Lifelong Learning, Sierra Club.
Survivors include his wife Karla Yates of Crooked River Ranch, OR; one stepdaughter, Julie Brown, Pocatello, ID; three brothers, Robert, Victor and David Yates, all of New York.
Memorial contributions may be made to the Glacier National Park Fund, PO Box 5600 Whitefish, MT, 59937. Please annotate Gary Yates Memorial with donations.
He will be missed by all his family and friends.
Thomas Charles Richards died Wednesday, Aug. 29, 2007, at his home in Phoenix, AZ, after losing his battle with lung cancer.
He was born Sept. 16, 1943, in American Falls to Jack W. and Ruth Richards. He graduated from American Falls High School in 1961, and married Sharon Mehlhaff of American Falls on Sept. 5, 1964.
He received both bachelor’s and master’s degrees from the University of Idaho, and a Ph.D. in anatomy from the University of Michigan. He also received a Doctor of Chiropractic degree from Western States Chiropractic College in Portland, OR.
Thomas taught at Oregon Health Sciences University in Portland, for 15 years before beginning his chiropractic practice in 1988. He returned to his first love, teaching, at Lake Erie College of Naturopathic Medicine in 2001. At the time of his death he was professor of anatomy and Dean of Biomedical Sciences at Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine in Phoenix.
Thomas was preceded in death by his father, Jack W. Richards. He is survived by his mother, Ruth Batt Richards; his wife, Sharon; his son, Jeffrey (Taunya) Richards, and daughter, Kristen Richards; four grandchildren, Benjamin, Emma, Charity and Phoebe; two sisters, Judy (Robert) Schow and Charlotte (Leon) Campbell; brother, Steve (Glenda) Richards; and seven nieces and nephews.
Thomas was a loving, dedicated husband and father, and a gifted teacher. He loved his family and he loved to teach, but his greatest love was for the Lord and the Bible. He was a Bible scholar, teacher and minister in his church in Phoenix. He will be greatly missed by his loving family and the many people whose lives he touched.
A memorial service was held Sept. 8, at 11 a.m. at Gospel Assembly Church in Phoenix. The family suggests a memorial in lieu of flowers be sent in his name to his church, 13244 N. 21st Place, Phoenix, AZ 85022.
Nora Dell Hartley, 78, of American Falls passed away on Tuesday, Sept. 4, 2007 at Harms Memorial Nursing Home where she has resided for the last two years. Nora was born on June 1, 1929 to Perry and Rachel Hunter Cox in American Falls. Nora lived most of her life in Rockland Valley.
Nora and her five siblings walked to school in Rockland and she graduated from Rockland High School in 1947. Shortly before she graduated from high school, she met a handsome young man named Harold Hartley at a dance and they were later married on Dec. 20, 1946 at the American Falls Methodist Church parsonage. Harold signed Nora’s report card as she was still in school until May.
Nora and Harold moved to the Hartley dry farm where they started their life together. In the winter of 1949 a daughter, Marla, was born, followed by a son, Richard, in August of 1950. Then in March of 1961 another son, Glade, was born. In 1952 Harold built their home near the Rockland Highway and they lived happily for many years operating the family dry farm until their retirement. Nora was always known for her beautiful flowers, floral arrangements, sewing and her cooking skills. It didn’t matter how many people showed up for dinner, she always had enough to feed them.
In 1993, Harold and Nora moved to American Falls where Nora was busy with her yard. She also enjoyed spending time with family and friends. Nora still played bridge with the same bridge club that she had played with in Rockland. She was very active in the Rockland Congregational Church and then in the American Falls Congregational Church where she served in many capacities over the years, but especially as Women’s Fellowship President. Harold and Nora had the opportunity to spend several winters in Quartzite, AZ, with friends from all over the Northwest and Canada.
Surviving Nora are daughter, Marla (Ron) Bodenstab; son, Richard (Norma) Hartley; and son, Glade Hartley. Grandchildren are Heather (Rock) Roy, Lynn (Sarah) Hartley, Britney Hartley, Michael Hartley, and Brooke Hartley. Great-grandchildren are Tanner Hartley and Alana Hartley. Nora is also survived by sister Margaret Gilson, sister Rowene (Fred) Morris, brother Glen (Ida Fae) Cox, sister-in-law Alice Cox, brother-in-law Fred Rhom and many nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her husband Harold, brother Wayne Cox and sister Jean Rhom.
Arrangements are under Davis-Rose Mortuary with the viewing Friday, Sept. 7, between 6 and 8 p.m., and Saturday, Sept. 8, one hour prior to the funeral service. The service was held at the American Falls Congregational Church at 10 a.m. with the Rev. Helen Young officiating. The internment was in the Valley View Cemetery in Rockland immediately following the service.
Marjorie Ruth Wegner, 67, went home to be with her Lord, Tuesday, Sept. 4, 2007. Marge was born March 23, 1940 in American Falls, to Rowe and Ella Bolton.
She grew up in American Falls and married her high school sweetheart Daniel Wegner on June 24, 1956. They were married 51 years. Marge and Dan owned and operated ranches in Idaho, Montana, Oregon, Oklahoma and Nebraska. She was a partner of the family “Ten Mile Ranch”, a woman who walked beside her husband, not behind him, with wisdom and grace whether it was family or business. She loved horseback riding and tending the cattle, horses and dogs.
In addition to the ranch, Marge’s hobbies included listening to her family’s gospel singing, cooking, gardening, sewing and knitting. She was also a successful Avon representative in American Falls and served in the voting polls. Marge was the secretary-treasurer of the Homemaker’s Club in McDermitt, NV, and was selected as “Homemaker of the Year” for Nevada. She was a member of the “Friends of the Library” in McDermitt.
Marge is survived by her husband, Dan; their three children and spouses, Sherry (Blaine) Leisy of Post Falls, ID, Terry (Patti) Wegner of Cody, NE, and Tammy (Rex) Mayer of Salt Lake City, UT; grandchildren Ryan (Abby) Leisy of Post Falls, Michelle Leisy (Andy) Cline of Coeur d’Alene, ID, Thane Wegner, serving in the U.S. Army in Iraq, Amy Wegner (Rama) Kho of Denver, CO, Cody (Linzy) Officer of Cody, NE, Zane Officer of Louisville, KY, and Kendall Mayer of Salt Lake City; great-grandchildren, Owen Leisy, Wil Leisy and Jaben Cline; her mother, Ella Bolton of American Falls; and sister, Dorothy Rise of Pollock Pines, CA. Her father, Rowe Bolton, and siblings Elaine and James preceded her in death.
Marge was a role model of a Christian loving wife, mother, mother-in-law, grandmother and friend. She touched the hearts and lives of those around her and was beloved by many.
Funeral services are pending in American Falls.
| Roger D. Hawes, 66, died of pancreatic cancer on Saturday, Sept. 1, 2007, in Salt Lake City, UT. He was born Sept. 13, 1940, in Aberdeen.
He served in the U.S. Army from 1966-68. Roger married Doreen Huse on June 12, 1964 in Aberdeen. They resided in Taylorsville, UT, for 40 years and currently live in Lava Hot Springs. Roger worked faithfully in the trucking industry for 35 years. He loved spending time with his sons as a soccer and basketball coach for 15 years. His friends and family will remember him most for his hard-work ethic and degree from the “College of Hard Knocks.” He was a member of the LDS Church. At the time of his death he was serving in the Sunday School Presidency at the Lava Hot Springs Ward.
Roger is survived by his wife Doreen; three sons, Trent (Tammy) Hawes, Tory (Amanda) Hawes, Travis (Kori) Hawes, all of Salt Lake City; four grandchildren and one to be born in November; sister, Veda Kendell of Neeley; brother, Verl of Lava Hot Springs; and additional loving nieces and nephews. He was proceeded in death by parents John and Ethel; brothers, Ken, Clair, Lewis, Larue, John, Merlin; and sister, Neva Green.
Services will be held at 11 a.m., Friday, Sept. 7, at the First Mennonite Church in Aberdeen, with a public viewing at 10 a.m. Internment will be at the Fallsview Cemetery in American Falls. In lieu of flowers memorial gifts may be sent to the Huntsman Cancer Foundation in memory of Roger D. Hawes.
Rev. Martin Dormier, 94, went to his Heavenly Home on Saturday, Aug. 25, 2007 in Reno, NV.
He lived a full and interesting life in his 94 years beginning on a dusty farm near Megargel, TX on Dec. 21, 1912. He lived the life of homesteading with his parents in Idaho, where he worked on the farm, was educated, played baseball, football and graduated as valedictorian for the class of 1931 in Dietrich, ID.
Called of the Lord at 18 years of age to minister, he went on to graduate from the Glad Tidings Bible Institute in San Francisco, CA in 1934. In 1936 Martin founded the Assembly of God church in Blackfoot. He met his beautiful wife, Viola Isaak in American Falls, where they married in 1936. Martin and Vi built and pastored several Assembly of God churches in Idaho, Washington and Montana during their many years of ministry. They pastored in American Falls from 1950 through 1956. After retiring from active ministry he served on staff at Northwest University in Kirkland, WA until his late seventies. Upon retiring the second time he and Vi lived in Everett, WA and Vancouver, WA, then San Diego, CA, where they lived with their youngest son, Bruce.
Martin’s devoted wife Viola preceded him in death in 2001 after more than 65 years of marriage. He later moved to Reno, NV along with his son, Bruce. He succeeded his parents and two siblings in death by many years.
Martin is survived by his three sons, Willard, Larry and Bruce, six grandchildren, eight great-grandchildren and five great-great-grandchildren. Internment to be held graveside on Friday, Sept. 28, at 11:30 a.m. at the Evergreen Memorial Gardens and Funeral Chapel, 1101 NE 112th Ave, Vancouver, WA, followed by a celebration of his life at 12:30 p.m. in the Chapel.
Anyone desiring to send a remembrance is encouraged in its place to send a gift in Martin’s memory to his most loved ministry, the Dave Roever Evangelistic Association, P.O. Box 136130, Fort Worth, TX 76136. This ministry works incredibly hard helping our men and women in uniform.
| Eileen Jane Childers was born March 5, 1916 in Down Patrick, Northern Ireland to John and Ellen Jane Conner Ellesmere, the third of eight children. She died at the age of 91 on Thursday, Aug. 30, 2007 in American Falls.
As a young woman she studied as a Mental Health Nurse in Ireland, then moved to London to work. The hospital where she was working was turned into a military hospital where she met her future husband. She married Lowell Dale Childers on May 25, 1942 in London. Their daughter Joanne was born in 1943 in London. In 1945 Dale was shipped home and Eileen and Joanne followed on a later ship to America. They traveled by train to Hastings, NB. After a short stay in Nebraska they moved to Rawlings, WY. While in Rawlings, their family was joined by a daughter, Shirley, and sons, Shaun, James and Harvey.
The family moved to Arco, ID in 1964. In the mid 1970’s Eileen received her U.S. Citizenship.
After her husband, Dale’s death in 1984, Eileen continued to live in Arco near her son and daughter-in-law, Jim and Patti Childers.
In 1996 Eileen moved to American Falls. In 2003 Eileen joined the family at Harms Nursing Home where she lived until the time of her death.
Eileen is survived by a sister, Agnes, and brother, Colm, of Ireland, and a sister, Anne, and brother, Malachy, of England; her children, Shirley Stark of Texas, Shaun (Deanna) Childers of Pocatello, Jim (Patti) Childers of Arco and Harvey (Norma) Childers of Colorado. She has 18 grandchildren and 21 great-grandchildren.
She was preceded in death by her parents, sisters, Mary and Bernadette, brother Paddy and daughter Joanne Jensen.
The graveside service will be held at 11 a.m., Wednesday, Sept. 5, at the Grove City Cemetery in Blackfoot, with Fr. Justin Bradey officiating.
The visitation was from 6 to 8 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 4, at Davis-Rose Mortuary, 170 Idaho St. in American Falls.
| Glen E. Wortley passed away Sunday, September 16, 2007, surrounded by his children.
He was born August 7, 1950, in Idaho Falls, ID, to Lynn and Dorothy Wortley. He spent his first summer in Spencer, ID, and then moved with his family to Howe, ID.
He joined the U.S. Navy on November 13, 1968, as a machinist mate. He fought in Vietnam, where he became a decorated seaman. Numerous medals were awarded to Glen, including three Bronze Stars.
While he was in the Navy, Glen met and married Bobbi Ann Beverland. Together they raised three children. They later divorced. Glen had lived in American Falls with his mother since 2004.
Glen was preceded in death by his father, Lynn Wortley, and his grandson, Justice Campbell. He is survived by his mother, Dorothy Wortley, American Falls; his siblings, Tommy (Reta) Wortley, Canada, Ruth Montross, American Falls, Carl (Sue) Worley, Naples, ID, Marie (Ron) Schmidtgall, American Falls; his children, Jonia (Johnny) Powell, Cherry Point Air Station, NC, Travis (Becky) Wortley, Rupert, ID, Troy (Elisabeth) Wortley, Pocatello, ID, Bryan (Carrie) Zerba, and 10 grandchildren.
A memorial service was held at 11 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 22, at the LDS Church, 111 Church Place in American Falls.
| Allan Lee Barcus was found dead Monday, Sept. 24, 2007 in Pocatello.
Graveside services will be held Thursday, Sept. 27, at 3 p.m. at Fallsview Cemetery, with Military Honors by the Roland Evans Post 3 of the American Legion.
Arrangements are under the direction of Davis-Rose Mortuary, American Falls.
Scott “Scotty” Cordon passed away in his home, surrounded by his family and friends, on Saturday, Sept. 15, 2007, after a valiant fight with brain cancer.
Scott was born in Ashton, ID, on Sept. 4, 1952 to Gary L. Cordon and LaVeral Bressler Cordon. The family later moved to Blackfoot where his father was a prominent farmer.
He married Julie Rudd on March 25, 1970. He graduated from Blackfoot High School in 1971 and went into farming with his father. After his father passed away he continued farming with his uncles, Daryl and Jake Cordon in American Falls. In 1990 he continued his love of farming by working for the University of Idaho’s research facility in Aberdeen. Scott took a medical retirement in 2000 when he was diagnosed with congestive heart failure. He overcame that disease with a heart transplant in 2005.
He loved growing things, steelhead fishing, and playing cards with his good friends at the Elks Club and most of all his beautiful grandchildren.
He was preceded in death by his grandparents, parents, two uncles and an aunt. He is survived by his loving wife Julie; two sons, Russell and Gary (Natalie) Cordon of Blackfoot; two daughters, Jenny (Frank) Wells of Pocatello and Natalie Cordon of Blackfoot; his loving grandchildren, Kylar Miller, Kace, Sentra, Macy Cordon, and Hunter Wells; two sisters, Rhonda (Kenny) Frederick of Blackfoot, Suzann (Jeff) Malmstrom of Boise; five nephews, six nieces and many friends. He will be remembered and missed by all who knew and loved him.
Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. Thursday, Sept. 20, at the Hawker Funeral Home, 132 S. Shilling Ave., Blackfoot.
Family will meet with friends Wednesday evening from 7 to 9 p.m. at the funeral home and for one hour prior to the service.
Burial will follow at the Grove City Cemetery.
| Kay Louise McMurdie Tilley passed away September 16, 2007, from complications arising from kidney failure.
Born June 26, 1937 in Logan, UT, she was the fourth child of five children born to William Evan and Geneva Wadsworth McMurdie. She married Keith C. Tilley on March 19, 1959 in the Logan Utah Temple.
She lived in Cache Valley, Utah, American Falls, Idaho and Kaysville, Utah. She graduated form Utah State University in 1959 with her Bachelors Degree in Physical Education. She was active in the Scouting program, earning the District Award of Merit and the Silver Beaver Award.
Kay was also active in the LDS Church, serving as a teacher in the Primary as well as Primary President and also Relief Society President. She was quiet and unassuming and loved to be with her family.
She is survived by her husband Keith and their children; Charles (Stephanie) Tilley, Ridgecrest, CA, Robert (Natasha) Tilley, Perry, UT, Michael Tilley, Boston, MA, James Tilley, Logan, UT, Lance (Melanie) Tilley, No. Ogden, UT, William Kent (Natasha) Tilley, Roy, UT, Chad (Brooke) Tilley, Logan, UT, Jana Rae (John) Lovell, Salt Lake City, UT. She is also survived by 21 grandchildren and her sister Diane Wilson, Pullman, WA.
Kay was preceded in death by her parents, two brothers, Bill and Maughan and a sister Renee’.
Funeral services will be held on Thursday, Sept. 20, 2007 at 11:00 a.m. at the Creekside Ward Chapel, 555 North Fairfield Road. Family and friends may gather Wednesday evening at Myers Mortuary, 250 North Fairfield Road, Layton from 6 to 8 p.m. and at the church Thursday from 9:30 to 10:30 a.m. prior to services.
Interment will be at 2 p.m. at the Logan City Cemetery.
Send condolences to the family at www.myers-mortuary.com.
Hazel H. Linscheid, 93, of American Falls, died Friday, Sept. 14, 2007 at Ashley Manor-Hill Road, in Boise, following an extended illness.
Hazel was born Nov. 7, 1913 in Rockford, Lamar County, Texas, the youngest of six children, to G. Perry and Nevada Cash Wooldridge. Following the death of her father, she and her mother moved to Twin Falls in 1926, where other relatives resided. Hazel married Joseph M. Gardner in Twin Falls Dec. 31, 1930. They had four children together. During the early years of their marriage they lived in Twin Falls, Boise, and for a short time in Nevada.
In 1946 the family moved to American Falls, where they managed the Barnard Hotel, and later purchased the Grand Hotel, re-named the Gardner Hotel. During these years, Hazel was active in Rebekah Lodge, the American Falls Business and Professional Women’s Club, and attended Bethany Baptist Church.
Hazel was an excellent seamstress, making much of her daughters’ clothing when they were young. She also enjoyed different kinds of needlework. Hazel always canned and preserved an abundance of food for her family each fall, and loved growing flowers, especially her roses. After Joe’s death in 1964, Hazel continued to operate the hotel, which she later sold. In 1966, Hazel married Dewey Metcalf of Pocatello, who died suddenly the following year.
In 1968, Hazel married Art Linscheid, a long-time family friend. For several years Hazel and Art owned and managed the Crystal Ice Caves on the Great Rift northwest of American Falls. After retirement, they traveled extensively throughout the United States, the Orient, South Pacific and Europe. Hazel and Art also enjoyed many happy days fishing and boating. Art died in 1995. They both were members of St. John’s Lutheran Church, American Falls. Hazel subsequently left her home in American Falls, residing in assisted living care centers in Pocatello, American Falls, Twin Falls and finally Boise.
Survivors include three daughters, Connie Coil of Pocatello; Marlene Clarkson (Lonnie) of Boise; and Patricia Ruschetti (Joseph) of Idaho Falls; nine grandchildren; 12 great-grandchildren; and one great-great-grandchild; two step-sons, Denver (Marge) and Dallas (Gayle) Linscheid; and one step-daughter, Devota Linscheid Szlachetka (Mike), and their families. Also surviving is Dean Stumbaugh, of Spokane, WA, a special friend of Hazel, who lived in the Gardner Hotel during his youth. Hazel was preceded in death by her parents; three brothers, Dow, Tony and Royce Wooldridge; two sisters, Edith Furgerson and Ruby Moore; her son Travis Gardner (Susan); a grandson, Philip Ruschetti; and a stepdaughter, Diane Linscheid McMillan.
Funeral services will be at 1 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 20, at St. John’s Lutheran Church, 656 Tyhee Avenue, American Falls, Rev. Helen Young officiating. The family will visit with friends at St. John’s Church for one hour prior to the service. Burial will be in the Falls View Cemetery, American Falls, under the direction of Davis-Rose Mortuary. In lieu of flowers, the family suggests memorial donations to the American Falls Public Library, your local hospice or your favorite charity.
Morgan, UT - Richard Melvin Walton, 89, born April 13, 1918 in American Falls, moved into eternity on Thursday, Sept. 13, 2007. He was the youngest son of Wesley E. and Alba Warner Walton.
He was raised in the American Falls area and attended area schools, worked in CCC camps before the war. Dick was a veteran of WWII, having served in pack artillery/cannon unit in Australia and after being injured, as a training sergeant at Fort Sill, OK, until the end of the war. Dick was an expert marksman with a pistol or rifle.
He married Donna Marie Sibbett in Riverside, ID, on Nov. 16, 1946. They recently celebrated 60 years of marriage.
After working in sales, farming and his own plumbing business, Dick worked as a plumber-pipefitter for over 30 years and belonged to the Plumbers’ Union in Washington State. He loved animals, farming and ranching. During his lifetime, he trained, bred, (and ran) race horses, cow cutting horses, and roping horses. He was a member of the Cassia County Sheriff’s Posse at one time and was over 80 when he finally had to quit riding.
His dogs entertained state fair audiences in three states, herding ducks, sheep or cattle into ponds, pens or trailers. He trained, sold and bred Border Collies and experimented with other working breeds. He moved to Morgan, UT, and started the Utah Stock Dog association, also creating a youth program.
Dick prized honesty and made it part of his life. He was a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. He served as a ward mission leader and was an exemplary home teacher.
Dick loved his family: his wife, Donna; two daughters, Dixie (Wayne) Miller of Morgan and Linda (Bud) Schmitz of Kenmore, WA; his seven grandchildren, Jenny (Jerry), Karl, Rich (Chandra), Jeff (Jana), Emily, Diana and Carin; five great-grandchildren and special niece, Marlyn of Iowa.
He is preceded in death by his parents and three brothers: Ray, Mark and Tom.
Funeral services were held Tuesday, Sept. 18, at 11 a.m. in the Morgan North Stake Chapel, 2755 W. Old Hwy. Road, in Enterprise, UT. Friends and family called at the church Monday from 6 to 8 p.m. and Tuesday from 9:45 to 10:45 a.m.
Interment was at Mtn. Green Cemetery.
Send condolences to the family at www.walker-mortuary.com.
Carol Findlay, 76, of Sterling, passed away Thursday, Sept. 13, 2007 at her home. She was born May 30, 1931 in Bernice, ID, the daughter of John and Gertrude Andrews Wellard.
Carol lived most of her life in Southeast Idaho. She graduated from Sugar-Salem High School.
On Sept. 10, 1955, she married Dee Findlay in Rexburg, ID.
She was a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. She also belonged to the Idaho Cowboy Poetry Association, Idaho Cattlewomen’s Association, and a bowling league.
Carol was a wonderful homemaker and also worked alongside her husband on their ranch.
She enjoyed cowboy poetry, pool and bowling, but her family was her greatest enjoyment.
Carol is survived by her husband, Dee of Sterling; son, Kent G. (Kimmra) Findlay of Springfield; daughters, Tonya (Donald) Anthes, Cheryl (Arthur) Anderson, Lea Findlay, all of Pingree; sisters, Phyllis Banta and Cleo Klingler, both of Rexburg, Juanita Tam of Firth, Ester Anderson of Idaho Falls, Iris Colton of Seattle, WA and nine grandchildren.
She was preceded in death by her parents, brothers, Bud, Dougan and Dick, and one sister, Velva.
A funeral service was held Monday, Sept. 17, at Hawker Funeral Home, 132 S. Shilling Ave. Interment was at the Springfield Cemetery.
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