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The Press OBITUARIES - Aug. & Sept. 2011

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Delon (Lon) Teeter
Delon (Lon) Teeter was taken from us on Saturday, Sept. 17, 2011 by a logging accident while enjoying the great outdoors with many members of his family. He was 64 years old.
While his unexpected passing fills us with sorrow, we are left with a lifetime of memories of this truly loving father and husband, brother, caring uncle, and dedicated friend.
To his children, family, and friends, Lon was a source of strength and unwavering support. Following the loss of his wife, Maureen, Lon dedicated himself to being the best father possible to his children. Whether it was a birthday party in Boise, a round of golf in American Falls, or a weekend of chores at the family cabin near Stanley, Lon was a constant and welcome presence in the lives of everyone who knew him.
Another important part of Lon’s life was his commitment to the Idaho Department of Fish & Game. He spent 30 years as an officer protecting the many natural resources that help make Idaho great. His love of nature and commitment to the education of future and current sportsmen is a lasting legacy that will continue to protect our wilderness and the species that live there for years to come.
Lon was a man who was comfortable in both silence and conversation, but he was always there with an open heart and an open mind. He loved to laugh and make others laugh. Lon will be missed by his family, friends and those who knew him.
Delon Teeter is survived by his daughter KaLauni Teeter, daughter Katie (Mark) Mitchell, son Kelly (Jamie) Teeter, son Tracy (Megan) Teeter, brother Rob (Kitty) Teeter and dear friend Evelyn Michaelson.
In lieu of flowers, the family suggests a donation to the A.F. Men’s Golf Association for course improvement at the American Falls Golf Course or American Red Cross.
Friends and family are invited to celebration of Lon’s life on Friday, Sept. 23, from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. at the American Falls Golf Course. There will be a Celebration of Life Service at 7:30 p.m. at the golf course clubhouse. Condolences, memories and pictures may be expressed at
Weston K. Webb
Weston K. Webb, 78, passed away Wednesday, Sept. 7, 2011 in Twin Falls, ID. Born Sept. 12, 1932 to George and Carrie Strong Webb in Twin Falls, Weston was the youngest of six children. He spent much of his youth on the family dry farm in Roy, ID, and winters in Twin Falls. He graduated Twin Falls High School in 1950 and shortly thereafter joined the United States Air Force where he served four years during the Korean Conflict as a Crew Chief for an F-86-D squadron based in Chicago. Weston’s love for aviation began during his high school years and continued right up to his death. He restored and flew two classic Ercoupe airplanes similar to the first one he had in his youth.
He married Shirley Walker on Aug. 12, 1958 and spent the early years of the marriage working the family dry farm in Roy and again wintering in Twin Falls. Upon the birth of their son Kevin, they moved permanently to Twin Falls where Weston worked as a mechanic at the Workman Ford dealership and later operated his own Chevron service station.
In 1970 Weston moved his family to American Falls where they had just purchased the Allis Chalmers farm machinery dealership from J.P. Melhaff, renaming it Webb Tractor. Weston operated the business until 1982 when he sold it and expanded the custom van conversion business he and his son Kevin had started, opening locations in Idaho Falls and Twin Falls. He retired in 1988 but continued working part time in the summers at the Willow Bay Recreation Area until his permanent relocation to Twin Falls in the early 90’s. Here he continued flying his airplanes, driving an employee bus for Cactus Pete’s, and charter buses for North Side Bus, and Sun Valley Stages.
He is survived by his wife of 53 years, Shirley Webb of Twin Falls; a son Kevin Webb and spouse, Dr. Barbara Webb of Tucson, AZ; stepson Brock Wells and spouse Tyra Wells of Mesa, WA; and stepdaughter Kathy Wells of Fairbanks, Alaska; along with 12 grandchildren and 21 great-grandchildren. Services will be held Saturday, Sept. 17, at 11 a.m. at Parke’s Magic Valley Funeral Home, 2551 Kimberly Road, Twin Falls, with internment in the Twin Falls Cemetery. Friends may call Friday, Sept. 16, at the funeral home from 5 to 7 p.m. Those who wish may share memorials at

Violet Jean Peck
Violet Jean Peck was born Feb. 3, 1926 in Washougal, WA, to Arvie O. Berreman and Edna Mae Sill Berreman (of Washougal, WA). Violet preferred the name “Jean”.
After high school, she attended business college in Portland, OR, where she met Robert K. Peck during WWII, who was on furlough from the USS Suwanee on the Oregon Coast. They were married on Nov. 30, 1945. After the war, they moved to Chico, CA, and lived on campus at Chico where Bob received his teaching degree. Next they moved Paradise, CA, and built a home there. Later they lived in Orland, Petaluma and San Rafael, CA, before moving to the Philippine Islands for five years where Bob was a teacher and later principal on the Subic Bay U.S. Naval Base there. They transferred to Iwakuni, Japan for two years and then Keflavik, Iceland for two more years before returning to Campbell, CA. Jean worked as the secretary to the chief of staff at each of those three military bases.
She became a top realtor in Campbell, CA. She loved planning trips and traveling as well as gardening, camping, hiking and especially ballroom dancing. Jean was an excellent financial planner, seamstress, gourmet cook and a navigator while she and Bob traveled in their fifth wheel all over the U.S.
Jean had a stroke in 2002, so they moved to Sonoma, CA, to be near their son Mike and family. When Bob passed away in 2004, Jean moved to American Falls, ID, to be close to her daughter, Kathie. Jean was a resident at Quail Ridge in Pocatello since 2005.
Jean was preceded in death by her parents, Arvie and Edna Sill Berreman, and her husband, Robert K. Peck. Jean is survived by her sister, Patricia Kenyon of Washougal, WA; daughter, Kathie Strand (Ben) of American Falls; son, Mike Peck (Helen), Sonoma, CA; four grandchildren, Kristin Strong (Nate) of Moscow, Eric Strand (Anne), Diana Wilson, Josh Strand (all of Boise); and five great-grandchildren, Millie Peck of Sonoma, CA, Caleb and Taylor Strong of Moscow, ID, Daniel and Noah Strand of Boise.
There will not be a funeral service per Jean’s request. Friends who wish may send online condolences to the family by visiting We wish to give e a special thanks to the Alliance Hospice team for their loving care of Jean in her final days.

Melvin Knopp
Melvin Knopp, 83, passed away Friday, Aug. 19, 2011. He was preceded in death by his wife, Norma Knopp, and his son, John Knopp. He is survived by his sons Dean Knopp and Glen Knopp.
Melvin moved to American Falls in 1973 to help establish a new congregation of Jehovah’s Witnesses, which continues in the area. Melvin enjoyed visiting about the Bible with many people over the years, including the Bible promise of everlasting life in the new world promised in the scriptures (John 17:3, Ps 37:11).
At the time of relocating to this area, he had been trimming trees in Wyoming for 21 years. He continued to do so for quite a number of years more as “American Falls Tree Service”.
A memorial will be held Saturday, Aug. 27, at 2 p.m. at 2889 Kingdom Hall Road, American Falls.
Cletis Naomi Harwood McLean Bott Clark
Cletis Naomi McLean Bott Clark died Saturday, Aug. 20, 2011. She was born on March 26, 1919 to Clarence Henry Harwood and Stella Pearl Harwood in Wastuchna, WA. She was raised at Cedarhill in Oneida County, Idaho. She attended school at Cedarhill and college in Logan, UT. She married Lavell Hadley McLean on Dec. 4, 1936. She is survived by sons Leland and Marvin, and a daughter Eileen (John) Bobish.
She is also survived by four grandchildren, 11 great-grandchildren and five great-great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her parents, two husbands, a son Delvin, a sister, two brothers, two granddaughters, and a daughter-in-Law.
Following the death of Lavell McLean she married Louis Bott of Rupert, ID, and upon his death married Harland D. Clark which sadly ended in divorce.
Cletis worked as a farmer and rancher at Cedarhill and Rockland, and as a telephone phone operator in Rockland. She also worked in potatoes for T.S. Vanderford in American Falls and as a potato inspector in Burley. Cletis was also a volunteer at the hospital in Rupert, ID.
She was a resident of Whispering Pines Assisted Living in Pocatello, ID.
The viewing will be held at Davis-Rose Mortuary in American Falls on Friday, Aug. 26, from 1 to 2 p.m. Burial will follow at the Valley View Cemetery in Rockland at 2:30 p.m.
Barbara E. Lunden
Barbara E. Lunden, 94, formerly of 792 Swedenburg Rd., Knoxville, IL, went Home to be with her Lord and Savior early Saturday morning, Aug. 20, 2011 at Spring Creek Manor, American Falls, ID.
She was born May 19, 1917, the daughter of Titus G. and Edith Larson Engberg. She was preceded in death by her brother, Herman Engberg; her parents; husband, Clarence; sister, Jean Engberg; and two step-children, Eleanor Brimlow and David Lunden. She is survived by a step-daughter, Virginia (Jim) Greenway of Seattle, WA; 12 grandchildren; many great- and great-great-grandchildren, cousins and friends, all of whom were very dear to her heart.
Barbara accepted the Lord Jesus Christ as her personal Savior when still a child and was in fellowship all her life with a Christian Brethren Assembly in Knoxville. She graduated from Knoxville High School in 1934 and then attended University of Illinois. She taught for District 205, at Bateman and L.T. Stone Schools and also served as principal, until her marriage to Clarence in 1958. She enjoyed accompanying him on his evangelical mission trips and gospel efforts to Newfoundland, many areas of Canada and the United States. She was a faithful helpmate and loved by all wherever they traveled. She kept up an enormous correspondence with family, friends and former students until she suffered a stroke in November 2010.

Andrew Stephen Cerro
Andrew Stephen Cerro, 27, son of John and Peggy Cerro of American Falls, passed away Wednesday, Aug. 10, 2011.
The graveside service will be at 10:30 a.m. Thursday, Aug. 18, at Falls View Cemetery, American Falls.
Funeral arrangements are under the direction of Davis-Rose Mortuary. Condolences and memories may be expressed at

Darwin Wayne Blair
May 27, 1937 -- June 19, 2008
Elizabeth (Faye) Blair
May 25, 1941 -- August 28, 2010
Graveside services for Elizabeth Fay Blair and for Darwin Wayne Blair will be held Friday, Aug. 19, at the Rockland cemetery with a barbecue to follow at their house, 234 Jackson Street. The family welcomes all friends and family to come and help express their love for these two.

Mary V. Mayer
Mary V. Mayer went home to be with the Lord on August 2, 2011. Mary was born August 7, 1920 in London Mills, IL. Mary married Roland Mayer on Sept. 16, 1961, in American Falls, ID. Together they raised their six children on the farm on Cold Creek. Mary enjoyed serving in many capacities, and as Sunday school teacher for many years at the Bethany Baptist Church. She also enjoyed being a Pink Lady at the hospital. Most of all she truly enjoyed spending quality time with her kids and numerous grandkids and great-grandchildren.
Mary was preceded in death by her first husband Roy, and Roland Mayer, stepson Danny, her parents, three sisters, and several grandchildren and great-grandchildren. She is survived by two brothers, Marvin and Bill, children Linda (Bill) Castleman, Mike (Kathy) Hawks, Susan (Jess) Pena, Kathy (Myrle) McLean, and Lee (Jan) Mayer, 12 grandchildren, 25 great-grandchildren, and two great-great-grandchildren.
A small celebration of her life was held in Corona, CA.
Jeremy Rey “J.R.” Saiz
Jeremy Rey “J.R.” Saiz passed away Wednesday, Aug. 3, 2011. Funeral services were held Monday, Aug. 8, at Fort Hall, ID.
He was born in American Falls on Aug. 2, 1971 to his parents Rey and Bonnie Saiz. J.R. is survived by his two daughters, Sierra Nicole Saiz and Katie Lynn Montelongo; son-in-law Isidro “Chilo” Montelongo; granddaughter Olivia Lynn Montelongo; brother Jared Saiz; sister-in-law Brandy Lynn Saiz; and niece and nephew Ashley and Jordan Saiz.
J.R. enjoyed fishing and camping and is a very artistic man. He has drawn many pictures for his daughters and they will be cherished forever. He loved his family very much. J.R. is loved greatly and will be missed very much by all family and friends.
Although he is gone, we all know he is in a much better place and will be in our hearts forever.
Lydia Doering
Lydia “Gigs” Doering passed away on Sunday, July 31, 2011 at the age of 106. She was born June 16, 1905 in Ellendale, ND, the youngest of ten children of Friedrich and Augusta Zinter.
Gigs was full of life and love for everyone she met and to those who knew her she became a source of inspiration and friendship. Her ability to make friends was underscored on her 106th birthday by an answer she gave to a TV reporter’s question about the secret of her advanced age. She said it was simply friends and to have good friends you have to be one! Sage advice from this remarkable lady.
Lydia began her teaching career in a North Dakota country school at the tender age of 17. She later attended and graduated from Ellendale Normal in 1926 with a degree in home economics. At that point she accepted a teaching job in Belfield, ND, where she would also meet the love of her life Harwood “Hod” Doering. They were married on Aug. 16, 1930 and had two children, Helen and Harwood.
They moved to American Falls in 1938, where Hod accepted a position with the school district. After a short stint in Hansen, ID, and in Oregon, they settled permanently in American Falls in 1944 when Hod returned to become Superintendent of Schools.
Beyond raising her family here she was involved in a host of church and community roles. Many people in the Falls will recall her as their Sunday School teacher at St. John’s. Her countless other activities included a tenure on the Library Board, active memberships in the PEO sisterhood, a hobby club, bridge club, and the Senior Center. Later there would be bingo, cards, and other activities at her Spring Creek Manor home. Symbolic of her zest for life, she celebrated her 100th birthday with a tour of the town on the back of her Godson’s motorcycle.
She was preceded in death by her husband, Hod; her great-grandson, Sean Michael; and her nine siblings. Surviving her are her two children and their families. Helen’s family consists of her husband, Don Nielson, four children David (Julie), Richard (Tracy), Sandra (Jeff), and Greg (Izabel), and four grandchildren, Olivia, Deanna, Sean, and Chloe. Harwood’s family includes his wife Mary, two children, Robert (Lisa) and Pamela (Brian), and grandchildren, Eric, Julie, Kimberly, and Rebecca.
Celebration of her life will begin with a public viewing on Thursday evening from 6 to 7:30 p.m. at Davis-Rose Mortuary, 170 Idaho Street, American Falls, and on Friday morning from 9:30 to 10:15 a.m. at St. John’s Lutheran Church, Tyhee and Tyler, in American Falls. The Funeral Service will start at 10:30 a.m. at the church, and interment will follow at Falls View Cemetery.
In lieu of flowers donations are requested to a charity she was fond of, Hope House, Inc. in Marsing, ID, in care of St. John’s Lutheran Church, PO Box 55, American Falls, ID 83211. Condolences may be posted at

Patricia Diane Doornink
American Falls/Aberdeen - Patricia Diane Doornink, 68, of American Falls, passed away Monday, July 25, 2011, at Pocatello Care and Rehabilitation under the care of Creekside Home Health and Hospice as a result of a stroke.
Pat was born on Oct. 20, 1942, in Bozeman, MT. She was the second daughter of Robert D. Spurrier and Edelene J. Ross Spurrier. She was raised in Logan, MT, until the age of 13 when she moved to Aberdeen, ID, with her mom and one sister.
She attended schools in Aberdeen, finishing in 1961. When she was a teenager she worked at the local “sweet shoppe” and spoke fondly of her experiences there. She worked at area potato processing plants for many years, retiring from J.R. Simplot Company in 2005.
Pat married LeRoy Copeland in April of 1961. They had four children together but were later divorced. She devoted her life to working hard and raising her children. She then married Cecil Doornink on Sept. 30, 1995, in Elko, NV. Pat and Cecil spent many enjoyable days traveling, camping, and visiting their family and friends. She was an avid reader who enjoyed reading books, magazines, newspapers, etc. She also enjoyed spending time with her grandkids and attending their many activities.
She is survived by her husband, Cecil Doornink of American Falls; her four children, Cathy Hutchinson of Billings, MT, Buck (Kristi) Copeland of Aberdeen, Jeanette (Chad) Slichter, of Boise, ID, and Joe Copeland of Pocatello, ID; her 10 grandchildren, Joshua, Justin, Travis, and Seth Hutchinson, Alesia (Kasyn) Vollmer, Baylee and Zakary Copeland, and Victoria, Savannah and Trey Slichter; her great-grandchild Paislie Vollmer; and her sisters Nancy Hill and Carolene Hayen. She is also survived by Cecil’s three children, Debbie, Doug and Aaron, and their families who reside in Wisconsin. She was preceded in death by both of her parents.
A memorial service will be held Saturday, Aug. 6, at 11 a.m., at St. John’s Lutheran Church, 656 Tyhee Avenue, American Falls, with Reverend Jon M. Beake officiating. Visitation and a light luncheon will follow. Arrangements are under the direction of Davis-Rose Mortuary, 170 Idaho Street, American Falls. Condolences may be sent to the family online at
The family would like to extend a special thank you to the employees of Creekside Home Health and Hospice and Pocatello Care and Rehabilitation for their loving care of Pat and their support of the family. They would also like to thank all of their friends and family for their care and concern.

Edgar E. Jacobs
November 18, 1928-July 16, 2011
Edgar E. Jacobs, a native of Pocatello, died of pneumonia on July 16, 2011 at Stanford Hospital in Palo Alto, CA. He was 82 years old. He lived in Pocatello in recent years, but had returned to California to be with his family while undergoing treatment for lung cancer at the Stanford Cancer Institute at Stanford Hospital.
Edgar attended American Falls High School and was a member of the basketball team that won the 1946 Idaho state championship with a record that remains unbeaten. After serving in the Army, Edgar attended Reed College in Portland, OR, where he met his wife Jenny. He received degrees in physics and business from Reed and M.I.T. After working in Massachusetts, Ohio, and England, Edgar moved with his family to Palo Alto in 1963. He worked for many years as an industrial economist at Stanford Research Institute (now SRI International). His consulting work took him to Europe numerous times, as well as to Brazil for an extended period.
Following his wife’s death in 2000, Edgar returned to live in Pocatello, where he renewed old friendships and made new ones. In 2002, Edgar was given the Distinguished Alumni Award by the American Falls Education Foundation, and he and the surviving members of his American Falls High School basketball team were presented with the “Legends of the Game” award during a halftime ceremony at the state championship game in Nampa in 2010. Together with teammate Richard Morris and other alumni, Edgar undertook the task of raising funds in 2005 for new presentation cases for the sports trophies at American Falls High School.
Edgar had a keen love of nature, and enjoyed spending time birdwatching. He was intellectually curious, with a broad knowledge of science and a great interest in world history and art.
Edgar’s wife of nearly 50 years, Jenny, died in 2000. He is survived by his son David and daughter-in-law Elga of Palo Alto; his daughters Terry of Palo Alto and Meg of Petaluma, CA; and his granddaughter Sonya of Sausalito, CA. His extended family includes niece Brenda Wesson and her husband Karl Wesson of Salem, UT; niece Patti Michelle Smart and her husband Ron Smart of Provo, UT; and nephew Clark Perman and his wife Tanya Perman of Yakima, WA. Edgar is also survived by his aunts Elena Barnes of Idaho Falls and Lou Williams of Malad, and his cousin Abby Mae Jensen of Pocatello.
Edgar will be remembered by his teammates and fellow American Falls alumni and his close friends in Pocatello, including Helen Lindley, her daughter and son-in-law Debbie and Pat Woodworth, and her son and daughter-in-law Doug and Carrie Lindley.
A celebration of Edgar’s life will be held at a later date in Palo Alto, CA.
Col. (Ret.) Edwin Ruff
COL (Ret) Edwin Robert Ruff, decorated combat veteran, beloved husband, father and friend passed quickly of a heart attack from heaven on earth – dip netting on the Kenai River in Alaska – to be with his heavenly Father on Tuesday, July 19, 2011.
Ed was born Feb. 25, 1940 in Aberdeen, ID, to Herbert and Bessie Ruff. He graduated from Aberdeen High School, Diesel Mechanic School in Pocatello, ID, received a Bachelor of Science degree in Engineering from St Martin’s College, Olympia, WA, in 1974, and a Master’s Degree in Engineering from the University of Texas, Austin in 1981.
Ed was a dedicated, nurturing family man and loyal friend. All will miss his great bear hugs, his wonderful laugh, his excellent cooking, his support, encouragement and generosity. He also had a passion for, fishing, hunting and traveling. He was very active in the Littlerock United Methodist Church and very proud of all the congregation had accomplished. Whatever he undertook he did it with passion, integrity and a never give up attitude.
Ed was drafted into the US Army and served 29 years. After initial basic and advanced training followed by stateside assignments to Fort Bliss, TX, and then attended Infantry Officer Candidate School at Fort Benning, GA, in Oct. 1963. Ed received a 2LT commission in the regular Army as a Combat Engineer. He is one of those rare few with a field commission. He was an Army Paratrooper as well as completing the prestigious Army Ranger training where he earned the Ranger Tab. Ed served subsequent state side assignments at Minot AFB, ND, Fort Leavenworth, KS, Fort Hood, TX, Norton AFB, CA, Carlisle Barracks, PA and Fort Richardson, AK. Ed’s overseas assignments included Wagewan, Korea, Frankfurt, Germany, and three tours in the Republic of South Vietnam with the Army 1st Cavalry Division and as an advisor to the South Vietnamese Army. While serving in Vietnam, Ed received the Bronze Star Medal, Purple Heart, Meritorious Medal, Air Medal, National Defense Service Medal, Army Service Medal, Republic of Vietnam Gallantry Cross and the US Army Combat Infantry Badge.
Ed also attended the Army’s senior level officers training courses at the Command and General Staff College, Fort Leavenworth, KS, and the Army War College at Carlisle Barracks, PA. Ed served in the ranks through Private to SGT and from Lieutenant to Colonel always in positions of greater responsibilities, trust and leadership.
Ed’s military career was full of command assignments, long deployments, challenging opportunities and rewarding accomplishments. Ed’s service to his country was something he was most proud of. Ed retired June 1991. He never lost his love for the soldiers he served with and the brotherhood associated with his long and distinguished service. After army retirement Ed joined Parson’s Corporation Environmental Science.
Ed is survived by his wife of 41 years, Leigh Warren Ruff, of Olympia, WA; and his children, Brenda Ruff, Gayle Jenkins, Barry Ruff; grandchildren, Shelby, Justin, Robert and David; two sisters, Joyce (Howard) Klempel, Marylyn (John) Richard; and two brothers, John (Betty Kay) Ruff, Leonard (Cris) Ruff; great-grandchildren, many nieces, nephews and cousins. Ed is preceded in death by his parents and his brother Marvin (Suzanne) Ruff.
A Celebration of Life and full military honors will take place on Saturday, Aug. 6, at 9:30 a.m. at the Mennonite Church, 381 West Washington, Aberdeen. Interment will be in the Aberdeen Cemetery followed by a lunch at the Fellowship Hall. The visitation will Friday, Aug. 5, from 6 to 8 p.m. at Davis-Rose Mortuary, 170 Idaho St., American Falls, ID.
In lieu of flowers a memorial contribution may be made to the Littlerock United Methodist Church, Building Fund, P. O. Box 8, Littlerock, WA 98556
Condolences may be sent online to for the family.
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