OBITUARIES - March 2009
|Rosa Linda Bartel, 91, of Aberdeen, died Thursday, Feb. 26, 2009, in Pocatello.
Rosa was born in Aberdeen, June 25, 1917 to Peter W. and Sara Becker Bartel. She had three brothers and one sister. They lived on a farm and were a very close family. She received her early education there, graduating from Aberdeen High School. As a child she joined the First Mennonite Church at Aberdeen of which she remained a faithful member.
She wanted to be a missionary since childhood. She began her training at Biola College (the Bible Institute of Los Angeles), attending for three years and graduating with teaching credentials. Upon finishing there she went to the Child Evangelism Institute in Dallas, TX. While in Dallas, she taught children for six months.
Because of physical conditions her father suggested she do home missions work. Upon graduating, Rosa received her ordination as a Home Missionary on Sept. 29, 1946. She applied for work from the Home Mission Board of the church and was requested to teach children. She then took some courses from Bethel College in Newton, KS, and graduated from Idaho State College with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Elementary Education. She taught school in Kansas, Idaho, and Minnesota most of her years. She taught DVS in Los Angeles. She started the Wednesday night class for children. She also started VBS in the Aberdeen area.
She was President of the Bethany Circle for five years and served as president of the Pacific District. She spent one summer at the Manitoba Girls Home at the Busby, Montana Mission field.
She quit teaching to care for her aged parents. After that she worked for the Idaho Power Company for 15 years at Aberdeen. After her retirement from there, she did volunteer service at the Senior Citizens center and for her church at Aberdeen.
Due to health problems Rosa moved to Quail Ridge on April 1, 1998.
Three brothers and one sister, Arnold, Susie, Milton and Herb, preceded her in death. Three nieces, three nephews and numerous great nieces and nephews survive her.
The funeral services will be held at 11 am, Wednesday, March 4, at the First Mennonite Church, 381 W. Washington in Aberdeen with Pastor Jerry Kaiser and Reverend Monty Ledford officiating. Interment will follow at the Homestead Cemetery in Aberdeen. The visitation was Tuesday, March 3, from 6 to 7:30 p.m. at Davis-Rose Mortuary in American Falls and one hour prior to services Wednesday at the church.
|Funeral services were held on Monday, March 2, at 11 a.m. at Bethel Baptist Church, McMinnville, OR, for Carole Mayer who died at Providence-St. Vincent Health Center on Wednesday, Feb. 25, 2009. She was 68. Viewing was Sunday, March 1, from 12 noon to 6 p.m. at Chapel of Macy and Son.
Carole was born to Jack and Paula Clark on May 4, 1940 in American Falls. She attended elementary school in Bend, OR, junior high school in Gilchrest, OR, and high school in Burns, OR. Following graduation in 1958 she attended nurse’s training at Good Samaritan Hospital, Portland, where she earned her RN. Carol began work at Good Samaritan Hospital in Portland. She continued to work as a surgical nurse until retirement at the age of 62.
In June 1966 she married Leon Mayer and lived in Idaho for two years. In 1968 Carol, Leon and baby Carrie moved to Oregon City, OR. In the next several years Anne and Mike were added to the family. Carol and family were active in Maple Lane Baptist Church where Carole served as church organist. Carole spent time working at Willamette Falls Community Hospital and enjoying family activities. In September 1984 Carol moved with her family to McMinnville. She and her family became active in Bethel Baptist Church and Carole began working at McMinnville Community Hospital and later Willamette Valley Medical Center. Carol retired from nursing in 2002 devoting more time to her church, family and her new hobby of birding.
Central to Carole’s life was her Christian faith. She had a gift of compassion and ministered to others at every opportunity. Carole loved her family and her family loved her. She was very close to her grandchildren. She greatly enjoyed holidays with decorations, gifts, special meals and having the family over. She was an avid supporter of her children’s and grandchildren’s athletic events attending as many as possible. Carole Mayer, RN, worked in “the operating room” for nearly 40 years. She loved nursing and surgery. In her retirement, Carole enjoyed the outdoors, especially bird watching and trips to Malheur Wildlife Refuge were among her favorites. She also enjoyed sports, especially Mariner and Blazer ball games.
Carole is survived by her husband Leon Mayer of McMinnville; daughters Carrie Mayer and Anne Muilenburg of McMinnville; a son, Michael Mayer, of Sebastopol, CA; a brother John Clark of Augusta, GA; a son-in-law, Paul Muilenburg, of McMinnville; and grandchildren Zack and Megan Muilenburg of McMinnville.
Memorial contributions may be made to the McMinnville Christian High School.
Arrangements by Macy and Son Funeral Directors, McMinnville.
|Rockland -- Viola Rosa Hymas Brown, at age 79, passed away on Monday, March 2, 2009, at the Power County Nursing Home in American Falls.
She was born on July 17, 1929 to Milford and Charlotte Hymas in Plano, ID. She was the seventh child out of nine.
Viola married her eternal companion, Dale B. Brown, on June 29, 1951 in the Idaho Falls LDS Temple. Dale and Viola started their life together in Salmon, ID. They were blessed with four children. The family moved to Rockland in 1968, where Dale and Viola continued raising their family. Viola worked at Lamb Weston in American Falls for many years. They loved living in Rockland, until failing health required both of them to enjoy the comforts of the Power County Nursing Home.
Viola was a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and served in many callings including the special calling of a Primary teacher. She had a love for her family and friends, a love for her Savior, and a love for earthly passions of flowers and crocheting.
Viola is survived by: her husband, Dale Boyce Brown; her children, Rosa Diane (Martin) Reaves of Rockland, Cindy May (James) McLean of Rockland, Dale Boice (Vicki) Brown of Roy, UT, and Myrtle Charlotte (Thomas) Waddoups of American Falls; her 18 grandchildren and numerous great-grandchildren; one brother, Bert Hymas; one sister, Lottie Roberts; and many extended family members and dear friends. Viola was preceded in death by her parents, one sister, five brothers, and one granddaughter.
Funeral services will be held at 10 a.m. on Saturday, March 7, at The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Rockland Ward, in Rockland. A viewing will be held Friday, March 6, from 6 to 7:30 p.m. at Davis–Rose Mortuary, 170 Idaho St., American Falls. A viewing will also be held one hour prior to the funeral services in Rockland.
|Lena Helena Deeg Bruns passed away on Monday, Feb. 23, 2009 in Twin Falls, ID. Lena was born on Feb. 3, 1916 in Pleasant Valley, ID, to John and Pauline (Burgemeister) Deeg.
She was baptized into the Christian faith on April 9, 1916 at the Martin Luther Evangelical Lutheran Church, and later confirmed her faith in the Zoar Congregational Church, both in Pleasant Valley. She attended the Sunny Valley School and grew up on the family farm. Besides working on the farm, she worked as a waitress, in a bakery and helping to care for neighborhood children.
On Jan. 10, 1954, she married Arthur Bruns in the Congregational Church in American Falls and moved to Eden where she and Arthur farmed together. They had two children, John and Nancy.
Lena was a talented gardener, and shared flower bulbs and clippings with many friends. She also enjoyed embroidery, crocheting and sewing.
In 2003, failing health led to Lena’s move to the Twin Falls Care Center. The family wishes to thank the many loving caregivers at the Twin Falls Care Center and Hospice Visions who looked after her.
She is survived by her loving husband, Arthur; son and daughter-in-law, John and Beth Bruns, Eden; daughter, Nancy Bruns and fiancé Dwight Heide, Salt Lake City; brother and sister-in-law, Harold and Irene Deeg, American Falls; sisters-in-law, Phyllis Deeg, Pocatello; Ilean Bruns, Eden; numerous nieces and nephews and her dear friends, Mary Schwarz and Millie Mussmann.
She was preceded in death by her parents; an infant sister; brothers, Arthur Deeg and Albert Deeg; and sister, Bertha Deeg Kucera.
Lena was a faithful and loving wife and mother.
Lena had a deep, strong faith in the redeeming grace of God. We are grateful for the time we had with her, and give thanks for her rest in Christ Jesus.
Memorials are suggested to Lutheran World Relief.
Funeral services were held at 11 a.m., Friday, Feb. 27, at Trinity Lutheran Church, 1602 E 1100 S, Eden, with visitation from 6 to 8 p.m., Thursday, Feb. 26, at Parke’s Magic Valley Funeral Home, 2551 Kimberly Road, Twin Falls and one hour prior to services at the church.
Condolences may be sent to the family at www.magicvalleyfuneralhome.com.
|Jerome - Dr. Bruce J. Bradley, age 65, loving husband, father, inventor and scientist decided it was time to ‘pursue a more lofty work’, as he would say, after a courageous battle with brain cancer. He returned to his Heavenly Father on Friday, March 6, 2009, with love surrounding him from family. He’d been a resident and business owner in Jerome for nearly 30 years.
Bruce was born on May 16, 1943, to Verl and Doris Gravatt Bradley in Springfield, ID. He learned on the family farm that hard work and dedication brought rewards and success. He used these principles throughout his life and instilled this character in all of his children and grandchildren.
Bruce graduated from Aberdeen High School in 1961. He was an active member of Future Farmers of America where he received national recognition in welding.
After graduation, he attended the University of Idaho in Moscow, residing in Farmhouse Fraternity. At Idaho, he reestablished a relationship with his high school sweetheart, JoAnn Wahlen. They were married July 12, 1963 and sealed for eternity on July 14, 1965 in the Cardston Alberta Canada Temple. He graduated with his Bachelor’s degree in Animal Science in 1968 and received his Masters Degree in Dairy Science, Reproductive Physiology in 1971. During this time, Bruce and JoAnn had the first four of their children and Bruce personally built their own home in Moscow. Bruce graduated from Washington State University with a PhD in Nutrition in 1977 and thereafter spent two years doing postdoctoral research in respiratory physiology and disease at the Medical Center of the University of Vermont in Burlington.
Bruce and JoAnn have seven children and were actively involved in their lives. He would attend scouting events, hunting trips, sports competitions, dance and piano recitals, often in the same week. He always strived for “Family First.”
Bruce seemed to have a positive influence on everyone with whom he came in contact. He was a Scoutmaster for over 30 years and helped countless young men become Eagle Scouts and better members of their community. He was a good and fair businessman as well as a great friend and confidant to many.
Bruce was an avid hunter and later became a fan of 4-wheeling, forming his own 4-wheeling “gang” of best friends, family and most definitely his grandchildren. They were all his best 4-wheeling buddies. He was most happy when able to ride to the top of a mountain with friends and family and look out over the grandeur and feel closer to our Heavenly Father.
Bruce was an active member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. He held many positions and gave his best effort to all of them. We have all been blessed to be part of his life, influenced by his testimony and educated by his strong work ethic and passion for life.
We can truly say that Bruce accomplished everything he set out to do in this life. He fulfilled even his last goal of seeing his own invention become a reality. He won the prestigious 2008 Award for Innovation in Food Safety from the International Association for Food Protection. His company, Microbial-Vac Systems, Incorporated and his crew will greatly miss their “Dr. B.” He’ll forever be remembered as the heart of the company.
Bruce is survived by his wife of 45 years, JoAnn; sons B. Joel Bradley, Jared (Marla) Bradley, Matthew Bradley, Christopher Bradley and Andrew Bradley; and daughters, Megan (John) Supernaugh and Lindsey (Tim) Bradley.
He was blessed with eight granddaughters, Erin, Sara, Kristi, Kaila, Nicole, Kessika, Sydni and Aliza; and three grandsons, Connor, Caden and Brendan.
Surviving him are two brothers, Robert (Kathie) Bradley and Barry (Judy) Bradley; and two sisters, Jean (Dwayne) Savage and Diane (Les) Stith, as well as numerous cousins, nieces and nephews.
Bruce was preceded in death by his parents, sister Pauline, nephew Todd Stith and most recently, a beloved brother-in-law, Dean Conrad. We’re sure he had an incredible welcoming committee as he arrived in Heaven.
The loss of our husband, father, grandfather, brother and friend will leave an indelible void in our lives. As we continue his teachings and work here, we will be better able to understand the higher purpose for which he was called Home.
A visitation for Bruce will be held Wednesday, March 11, at Farnsworth Mortuary Chapel, 1343 South Lincoln, Jerome, where friends and family may call from 6 to 8 p.m.
Funeral services will be conducted at 11 a.m., Thursday March 12, in the Jerome LDS Stake Center, 26 North Tiger Dr., Jerome, with Bishop Blain Hope officiating.
Graveside services will be conducted at 12 noon, Friday, March 13, in the Springfield-Sterling Cemetery, Springfield, ID.
In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to T.H.E Brain Trust, 490 Broadway Suite 4, Somerville, MA 02145-2637. e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Condolences and comments may be left at http://wwwdr-bruce-bradley.blogspot.com.
|Dec 28, 1929 – Mar 6, 2009
James Robert Davis succumbed to pneumonia at Harms Memorial Hospital on Friday, March 6, 2009. He was a Research Professor Emeritus of Plant Pathology at the Aberdeen Branch Experiment Station, and will be remembered as a notable researcher that loved history, world travel and meeting new people.
James (Jim) was the only child born to Willard and Dorothy (Swan) Davis on Dec. 28, 1929, in York, NB. He grew up learning about traditional life on his grandparents’ farm, which would later influence and challenge his ideas on modern farming techniques related to potato disease control.
Jim’s family moved to Boulder, CO, during the depression years, before eventually settling in Riverside, CA. He proudly served as a corporal in the U.S. Army’s 224th Infantry Combat Team, 40th Infantry Division from 1950-1952 (where he made the peculiar claim of the army serving the best food he’s ever eaten.) Jim was an active member of the American Legion in later years, where his sense of patriotism and respect for soldiers everywhere were rekindled.
Jim married Ann Elizabeth LaGrone in 1956, and settled in Davis, CA, to raise a family of three children, Steven Arthur, Alan James, and Shelley Ann. He worked full time as a Laboratory Technician from 1956-1967 at UC Davis, where he received an M.S. in 1961 and a Ph.D. in Plant Pathology in 1967.
Jim moved his family to Aberdeen in 1968 when he began working at the UI’s Research and Extension Center in Aberdeen to study potato diseases. He was exceptionally pleased to have a job that was about pure research and set in a rural environment that he often compared to that of his childhood’s. Part of his duties were to speak to groups about potato disease. Though initially anxious and uncomfortable with public speaking, Jim quickly discovered that speaking to researchers, farmers, and church groups was one of his greatest joys. For almost 40 years he traveled around the world speaking at scholarly conferences, and learning about his hosts’ cultures and histories.
He retired in 1999, but remained active in research. His loyalty and commitment to this work and to his colleagues never wavered. He believed his later work of the last 20 years was as important as it was controversial — that his grandfather’s traditional crop rotation methods were essentially superior to modern chemical treatments. His efforts were recognized on many occasions. The Potato Association of America awarded him Researcher of the Year in 2000, and he was inducted into the Idaho Potato Hall of Fame in 2001.
Jim was widowed in 1989, when he lost Ann to cancer. At about that time, he found friends and spiritual direction through the American Falls Lutheran Church. They helped him through many tough times, including the unexpected loss of his son, Alan in 2004. He is survived by his children Shelley Ross, 44 of Gardnerville, NV, and Steven, 51 of Olympia, WA. His grandchildren are Nathan, 16; Kimberly, 14; Christian, 7; and Ivy, 2.
The memorial service for Jim will be at 1:30 p.m. at St. John’s Lutheran Church, 656 Tyhee Avenue, American Falls. Committal service will follow at the Falls View Cemetery.
The family wishes to thank Kim and Gary Ferguson, his friends and neighbors in American Falls and Aberdeen, and the Lutheran Church for the help and generosity given him over the years.
|Helen Louise Beitz Craven passed away on Friday, March 13, 2009. She was born Nov. 25, 1927 in American Falls, to Ralph and Louise Beitz. She attended school and graduated from American Falls High School. She then attended and graduated in 1947 from Albion State Normal Women’s College with a two year teaching degree.
She married Doyle Max Craven on Aug. 8, 1947 at St. John’s Lutheran Church in American Falls. In 1947 they moved to Rupert, ID, and became involved in the family business of Craven Transfer and where she also taught third grade classes for many years. They had two sons, James “Jim” Doyle Craven and David Michael Craven.
After her husband passed away in 1975 she and her two sons moved to American Falls, where she was an active member of St. John’s Lutheran Church. She was the secretary and at various times she taught Sunday School, Vacation Bible School and Catechism.
She devoted her life to helping others. She was a teacher’s aide and tutor for a number of children throughout her years and volunteered at many other organizations. She was devoted to her children, family, friends and country.
She was preceded in death by her mother, father, two brothers, Ralph and Robert Beitz, also by her husband Doyle Craven and her beloved son, James “Jim” Craven. She is survived by her son David Craven of Pocatello, her brothers and sisters-in-law Michael and Diane Beitz of Oakridge, OR, and Edwin and Eva Beitz of Rockland, and Martha Beitz of Ontario, OR.
The funeral service was held on Monday, March 16, at 11 a.m. at St. John’s Lutheran Church in American Falls. The visitation was one hour prior to the service at the church. Interment was at the Rupert Cemetery. Funeral arrangements were under the direction of Davis Rose Mortuary, 170 Idaho St., American Falls. In lieu of flowers donations can be made in her name to St. Jude’s, VFW, or St. John’s Lutheran Church.
|Carolyn Mae Aders Lowder died unexpectedly and peacefully in her sleep on Thursday, March 12, 2009 of natural causes at the age of 63. She was born May 7, 1945, in Rigby, ID, to James Rudolph Aders and Ila Elizabeth Fife. She attended school in Idaho Falls.
Carolyn married Everett Dean Lowder on March 23, 1962. They were later sealed in the Idaho Falls LDS Temple on Feb. 26, 1963. They had five children, Carla, Darla, Annette, John and Jed, that they raised in Aberdeen.
Carolyn worked for the Cardinal grocery store as well as Simplot Soilbuilders for many years. She also worked on the family farm and drove truck during harvest.
Carolyn was a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and held numerous church callings. She had deep faith and a compassionate nature that led her in service to others. She filled her spare time with projects for her grandchildren namely: crocheting hangers and sewing quilts. Her grandchildren were the highlights of her life, she enjoyed every minute she had with each child. She was a loving wife to her eternal companion and nurturing mother to her treasured children.
She is survived by her loving husband, children, and 10 grandchildren. She was preceded in death by both parents, a brother-in-law (Robert McMurtrey), a niece (Misty McMurtrey), and a son-in-law (Michael Corbridge).
The funeral services were held on Tuesday, March 17, at 11 a.m. at The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Aberdeen. The visitation was held Monday, March 16, from 6 to 8 p.m. and March 17, from 9:45 to 10:45 prior to the service on Tuesday in the Aberdeen Church. Burial was at the Aberdeen Cemetery. Funeral arrangements were under the direction of Davis-Rose Mortuary in American Falls.
|James Albert Buzzard, 83, passed away peacefully Friday, March 20, 2009, with his loving wife by his side at their home in American Falls. Jim was born Oct. 11, 1925 to Altia and Sylvester Buzzard in Jasper, MO.
He came to rural American Falls with his mother and younger brother Bob in 1939. Jim was raised on the farm by Altia and stepfather Christ Funk. Jim served in the U.S. Army from 1942 to 1948 and earned awards and medals while serving in Europe during World War II.
Jim married Frieda Schmidtgall Feb. 6, 1950. Together they had three children, Betty, Mike and Peggy. Frieda passed away in 2003.
Jim owned and managed A-1 Action Wrecker Service and Buzzard’s Auto Wrecking for 28 years. Jim drove for Shaw Auto Parts for several years before retiring in 2001.
Jim enjoyed circle track racing and touring the Midwest running combine demolition derbies. His hobbies included wood working, camping, fishing, and yearly hunting trips to Spring Creek on the Salmon River. It was on Spring Creek where the best story telling and shooting the bull were enjoyed by all.
On Feb. 16, 2005, Jim married Louella Shephard, a longtime friend.
Jim is survived by his wife Louella, daughters Betty (Joe) Espindola, Pocatello, and Peggy (Adam) Nelson, Firth, son Mike (Connie) Buzzard, Idaho Falls, 14 grandchildren, 24 great-grandchildren, brother Bob (Dorothy) Buzzard, sister Ardith (Earl) Vollmer, all of American Falls, and Verda (Tom) Burke, Pocatello. Jim was preceded in death by his first wife Frieda, parents, and infant brother William Joseph.
The funeral service was held at 1 p.m., Tuesday, March 24, at St. John’s Lutheran Church, 656 Tyhee Ave. in American Falls. The visitation was one hour prior to the service Tuesday at the church. Interment was in the Falls View Cemetery with military honors by the Roland Evans American Legion Post No.3 in American Falls. Funeral arrangements are under the direction of Davis-Rose Mortuary in American Falls.
|Harold Martin Deeg died Wednesday, March 18, 2009 peacefully at the Idaho State Veteran’s Home. He was born April 14, 1924 in Pleasant Valley, Idaho. His parents, John and Pauline Burgemeister Deeg farmed in Pleasant Valley. He grew up with two brothers, Art and Albert, and two sisters, Lena and Bertha. Harold attended Sunny Valley Grade School in Pleasant Valley and graduated from American Falls High School. He married Irene Gohl on May 6, 1951 at Martin Luther Lutheran Church in Pleasant Valley.
Harold served in the U.S. Navy on board the USS Maryland as an electrician’s mate in World War II. He received seven Battle Stars. His ship survived two kamikaze attacks and one torpedo attack while he was on board. He worked for Union Pacific Railroad for 30 years and retired in 1987. He was a long-standing member of St. John’s Lutheran Church, American Falls. He served on the church council and Boy Scouts. He was a member of the American Legion.
Harold was a long time member of the Southeast Idaho Gem and Minerals Club. He received a lifetime membership award in December 2003. He specialized in collecting and working with petrified wood. He also loved German, polka and country music.
Harold is survived by Irene and their three children and families: Linda (Ron) Duncan, of Mesa, AZ, Marty (Cindy) Deeg of Pocatello, and Stan (Robin) Deeg, of Boise; seven grandchildren, Ryan (Lindsey) Duncan, Scott Duncan, Celeste, Justin, Kelsey, Brennan, and Mariah Deeg; and two great-granddaughters, Willow and Melanie. His parents, brothers, and sisters preceded him in death.
The family received friends from 6 to 7:30 p.m. at St. John’s Lutheran Church, 656 Tyhee Ave, American Falls, Sunday, March 22. Family also received friends from 9:45 to 10:45 a.m. before the service. Funeral service was held Monday, March 23, at 11 a.m. at St. John’s Lutheran Church. Interment followed at Falls View Cemetery, American Falls, with military honors by the Roland Evans American Legion Post #3. Funeral arrangements are under the direction of Davis-Rose Mortuary in American Falls.
Memorials may be given to the Idaho State Veteran’s Home, 1957 Alvin Ricken Drive, Pocatello, Idaho 83201 or the Power County Youth Center, 500 Pocatello Avenue, American Falls, Idaho 83211.
Additionally, the family wishes to thank the staff of the Idaho State Veteran’s Home for the loving and compassionate care they provided to Harold during his residency at their facility.
| Kyle Adam Weaver, 32, died Friday, March 20, 2009 in Hollister, CA, as a result of injuries suffered in a motorcycle accident. He was born Feb. 9, 1977 in Hollister, to Charles Dean Weaver and Carole W. Weaver.
He is survived by his parents of American Falls, brother Kevan Dean (Shari) of Seattle, WA, sister Wendy Ann Palmer (Wayne) of American Falls, sister Tara Sue Elliot (Mike) of Boise, and brother Kory Sean of Boise. He is also survived by his grandmothers, Bethis Weaver and Viola Workman, nieces and nephews, Jess, Ali, Sam, Jake, Isaac, Olivia, Cortney, Tyler, McKinzie and
He was preceded in death by his sister Carlene Marie Carter and grandfathers Charles Evan Weaver and Wendell Ovie Workman.
The funeral service will be held at 1 p.m., Saturday, Feb. 28, at The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, American Falls 4th Ward, 650 Pocatello Ave., with Bishop Jerry Hubbs officiating.
The visitation will be from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. prior to the funeral service. Interment will be in the Falls View Cemetery in American Falls. Funeral arrangements are under the direction of Davis-Rose Mortuary, American Falls.
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