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The Press OBITUARIES - July 2011

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Christopher B. Koompin
Christopher “Chris” B. Koompin, 79, passed away Monday, July 18, 2011 at Power County Nursing Home.
Chris was born May 11, 1932 to Thomas and Hedwig Holz Koompin in Blackfoot, ID. He graduated from Idaho State College of Technology with certificates in welding and metallurgy. He served in the Navy during the Korean Conflict.
He was a member of Local 182 Boilermakers of Salt Lake City, UT, Lodge #12 A.F. and A.M. in Wyoming, Lander Scottish Rite Masons and Korean Temple AAONMS. He was also a member of the Presbyterian Church. Chris was an avid rock hound and loved riding with the boys around the farm.
Chris is survived by his wife of 40 years, Marilyn (Lewis) Koompin; and five children from a previous marriage, Kevin of Blackfoot, ID, Kay Ann (Scott) Irby, Lori (Edward) Santiago, Lonny (Tami) and Mary (Brian) Williams, all of California; six grandchildren; five great-grandchildren; one sister, Edna Willette of Arizona; and numerous nieces and nephews.
He was preceded in death by his parents and siblings, Peggy, Melvin, George, Pete, John, Leona, Vonda and Connie.
Memorial services were held Saturday, July 23, at 3 p.m. at Davis-Rose Mortuary with a visitation from 1 p.m. until the time of the service. Inurnment followed at Falls View Cemetery with Masonic and military rites.
In lieu of flowers, please send donations to the Power County Nursing Home or Shrines’ Hospital in Salt Lake City, UT. Arrangements are under the direction of Davis-Rose Mortuary, 170 Idaho St., American Falls, ID, 208-226-5216. Condolences may be expressed on their website, www.davisrosemortuary.com.

Floyd Chester “Chet” Wahlen
Floyd Chester “Chet” Wahlen, 90, of Aberdeen, ID, passed away Monday, July 18, 2011 at his home.
Chet was born Jan. 15, 1921 on the farm where he still lived. He was the sixth child of seven children born to Fred and Alma Malmstrom Wahlen. He was welcomed into the family by two brothers, Clarence (Clix) and Ferris and one sister, Mabel Phillips Gull.
Chet started school at Grandview in 1927. In 1934, when he was in the seventh grade, his father died suddenly of a broken appendix. Ferris stayed home from school to help with the family farm so Chester could finish the eighth grade. The next year Chester stayed home to help with the farm so Ferris could finish high school. Chester returned the next year and finished ninth grade in Grandview and then went to Aberdeen to attend high school. He loved all sports and particularly enjoyed basketball and baseball. He graduated from Aberdeen High School in 1940.
In August 1942 Chet enlisted in the Army Air Corps where he was trained to become an airplane mechanic. Chester was honorably discharged from the military on Oct. 13, 1945 and returned home in time to help with the fall potato harvest. He worked a year for his brother-in-law, Harvey Phillips, then returned to work the family farm with his brother Ferris.
He met a beautiful redhead from Thomas, Orva Marie Broadhead, and they were married in the Logan LDS Temple on Aug. 5, 1947.
Chester spent 52 years farming in the Grandview area and Pleasant Valley. He raised potatoes, grain, sugar beets, cattle and sheep. Chester was instrumental in starting Pleasant Valley Potato with his four sons and Dwight Horsch.
He is an active member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and spent 19 ½ years serving in bishoprics, 5 ½ years as bishop. Other callings included High Council, young men organization, High Priest teacher and home teacher. He was an ordinance worker in the Idaho Falls Temple for eight years and served as school board trustee for Aberdeen School District for 14 years.
After Orva Marie passed away he married Carla Adamson on March 28, 1997. Chet and Carla have enjoyed several years of traveling and keeping up with their children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren.
Chet is survived by his wife, Carla; children, David (Colette) Wahlen of Aberdeen, Susan (Melvin) Markham of Huntington Beach, CA, Kim Wahlen of Aberdeen, Jan (Dave) Baker of West Jordan, UT, Wendy Wahlen of Huntington Beach, CA, Val (Lori) Wahlen of Aberdeen and Eric (Ralene) Wahlen of Aberdeen; step-children, Paul (Stephanie) Adamson of Aberdeen, Denise (Matt) Moody of Eagle Mountain, UT, Kathy (Mike) Blaker of Aberdeen, Keri (Mark) Bellows of Rochester, MN, Jonathan (Tiffani) Adamson of American Falls and Melissa (Menny) Rodriguez of Bountiful, UT; 50 grandchildren; and 50 great-granchildren.
Chet is preceded in death by his wife, Orva Marie; parents; and daughter-in-law, Connie Wahlen; three infant sisters, Erma, Lenore and Felicia; and siblings, Clarence (Clix), Ferris and Mabel.
A funeral service was held at 11 a.m. on Monday, July 25, at the Lakeview LDS Chapel in Springfield, ID. Family met with friends and relatives from 6 to 8 p.m. Sunday, July 24, and from 9 to 10:30 a.m. on Monday, prior to services at the church. Funeral arrangements were under the direction of Hawker Funeral Home in Blackfoot. Condolences may be sent to the family at condolences@hawkerfuneralhome.com.
Shawna Winberg
Shawna Rae Kopp Winberg of Aberdeen, ID, passed away at a local care facility on Thursday, July 21, 2011, from her five year battle with cancer.
Shawna was born in American Falls, ID, on Dec. 17, 1960, to her loving parents George Benard and Martha Marie (Hofmeister) Kopp. She was the youngest of four children. Her siblings Richard Kopp of American Falls, Marian Pena of Lawrenceville, GA, and Darlene Miller (deceased) loved to dote on their baby sister.
Shawna graduated from American Falls High School in 1979 and immediately started on her college endeavor. She received her associate degree in computer science at Idaho State University. She used her computer skills in her job and as a secretary at Pleasant Valley Potato, and later, Simplot fertilizer division in Aberdeen.
Shawna married Blaine Winberg in 1992 and moved to Aberdeen, where they raised their two sons, Damian Jacobson and Jeff Winberg. Shawna was so proud of her sons’ accomplishments. The most recent was Damian’s service in the military and his deployment to Iraq.
Shawna loved to camp with her family and dog Saddie. One of their favorite places to go was Big Springs, between Bancroft and Lava, where they could enjoy the outdoors and ride motorcycles. Long walks with Blaine and board games in their fifth wheel were some of the pleasures they shared together on their camping trips. Shawna was always an avid reader. She often read into the night when she had a good mystery or romance novel started.
Shawna was preceded in death by her father George Kopp, sister Darlene Miller, and grandparents Ben and Alvina Kopp and Gottfried and Katherine Hofmeister. Shawna is survived by her husband Blaine Winberg, sons Damian Jacobson and Jeff Winberg, her mother Martha Kopp, siblings Richard (Edith) Kopp and Marian (Lee) Pena, bother-in-law Charlie Miller, nieces Tracy (Doug) Taki, Heidi (Brandon) Hobbs, Brooke (Garr) Bischoff, nephews Troy (Susan) Miller, Tim Miller, Bryan Kopp and David Pena, and special second mother, Grace Jacobson.
A visitation was held Tuesday, July 26, from 6 to 8 p.m. at Davis-Rose Mortuary in American Falls. Funeral service will be held Wednesday, July 27, at 10:30 a.m. at St. John’s Lutheran Church, with a visitation from 9:30 to 10:15 a.m. in St. John’s Fireside Room.

Linda Armstrong
American Falls -- Linda Lee Armstrong, 67, passed away Thursday, July 14, 2011 from complications of the liver.
Linda Lee Armstrong was born April 15, 1944 to Thurman Alfred Kidd and Mildred Sarah Williams Kidd.
She married Lucian Joseph Armstrong in the Idaho Falls LDS Temple on Aug. 22, 1963.
She is survived by her husband Lucian (Lute) of American Falls; a daughter, Lisa (Ben) Bullock of Meridian, ID; sons, Lucian Neal (Nadine) Armstrong of Shelley, ID, Lance (Kari) Armstrong of Meridian, ID, and Lane (Christy) Armstrong of Meridian, ID.
She has two surviving sisters, Norma Jean (Allen) Hardy of Boring, OR, and Carol (Larry) Barksdale, Burley, ID.
She was preceded in death by her parents, Thurman and Mildred Kidd, and a brother, Glen Thurman Kidd.
She graduated from Burley High School where she was active in Bell Cantos and choir.
Linda was an active member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. She served in many callings within the church; she enjoyed her Relief Society callings and the Sisters that she associated with. She loved music and singing in the choir.
Above all she loved her family and spending time with them and the grandchildren and great-grandchildren.
Linda worked for the American Falls School District as a teacher’s aide for 11 years and enjoyed working with Mrs. Debbie Curry and the fourth and fifth grade students. She will miss them.
Her other love was working with her husband in Lucian’s Photography, a business they started in 1976 later building a studio onto their home in 1982. She was active in Professional Photographers of Idaho along with her husband. They had many experiences together photographing weddings, families, little league sports and seniors. She had a special way of getting smiles from stubborn kids. She will be greatly missed as a partner and helpmate.
Funeral services will be on Wednesday, July 20, at 11 a.m. at the LDS Stake Center, 111 Church Place in American Falls. There will be a brief viewing at the church from 10 to 10:45 a.m. before the service.
Also on Tuesday evening there was a viewing from 7 to 8 p.m. at the Davis-Rose Mortuary in American Falls.

Albert J. Horsch
Albert J. Horsch, 80, passed away Wednesday, July 13, 2011 in his home in Aberdeen, ID. He was born Aug. 9, 1930 in his home in Aberdeen, the son of Rudolph Horsch and Lisel Rullmann Horsch. He married Shirley Ann Hunsinger Horsch on Aug. 24, 1950 in the First Mennonite Church in Aberdeen.
He is survived by his children: Alberta (Ron) Zimmerman, American Falls, ID; Carla Jensen, Pingree, ID; Gerri (Roger) Wilson, Las Vegas, NV; and Debbi (Doyle) Monsen, Inkom, ID; grandchildren: Roni (Bob) Hamrick, Bremerton, WA; Ryan (Amanda) Zimmerman, Meridian, ID; Barry (Crystal) Wilson, Dover, DE; Nicole Jensen, Pingree; Jamie Jensen, Pocatello; Sean Wilson and James Wilson, Las Vegas, NV; great-grandchild, Paige Nicole Hamrick, born June 20, 2011 in Bremerton, WA; sister, Elizabeth Merrill, Salem, OR. He is preceded in death by his parents, brothers, Walter and Rudolph Jr., and sister, Paula Cary Cleveland.
Albert enjoyed his team of horses, Buck and Tuck, refinishing antiques, woodworking and farming the family homestead. He was a lifelong and faithful member of the First Mennonite Church, serving as Deacon and in many other capacities. He also served a number of years on the ASCS board of Bingham County and was a member of the Aberdeen Lions Club. Albert enjoyed drinking coffee with friends by the “round table” at the local coffee shop daily. He was a friend to all and a constant testimony of his faith and the love of life. He loved to laugh and make others laugh. He enjoyed life to the fullest and loved his family unconditionally. Albert will be greatly missed by family, friends and the entire community.
Shirley and the family wish to thank the Portneuf Cancer Center and Creekside Hospice for their tender care toward Albert.
A viewing was held Sunday afternoon, July 17, from 3 to 5, at the Davis-Rose Mortuary in American Falls. A memorial service was held at the First Mennonite Church in Aberdeen on Monday, July 18, at 11 a.m. The family invited everyone for a meal following the service. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Mennonite Mission Network, 381 West Washington, Aberdeen, ID 83210 or Creekside Hospice, 4425 Burley Drive, Suite C, Chubbuck, ID 83202.
Alvin “Al” Knudsen
1930 ~ 2011
Alvin “Al” Knudsen, 81, our beloved husband, dad, and grandpa, died Friday, July 15, 2011, after an extended illness.
He was born Feb. 1, 1930 in Idaho Falls, ID. After graduating from high school he enlisted in the Navy. Following his honorable discharge from the Navy, he started his life-long career as a farmer.
Al and Gloria were married in 1970 where they resided in American Falls. Upon Al’s retirement, he and Gloria moved to Boise in 2000.
He enjoyed spending time with his children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren. He was always making us laugh with his dry sense of humor. He loved Wheel of Fortune, and he usually solved the puzzles before the contestants.
Al is survived by his wife of 41 years, Gloria; five children, Linda (Rick) Rowe of Boise, ID, Jami (Mark) Wetzel of Meridian, ID, Greg (Tammi) Hartley of Eagle, ID, Patti Smith of Nampa, ID, and Colby (Sandy) Knudsen of American Falls; 16 grandchildren; 14 great-grandchildren; and one brother, Don (Sharon) Knudsen of Tacoma, WA.
He was preceded in death by his parents, daughter Pamela; three brothers; and one sister.
A graveside inurnment service will be at 10:30 a.m. on Wednesday, July 20, at Cloverdale Memorial Park, 1200 N Cloverdale Rd, Boise, ID.
To share memories with the family please visit Al’s memorial webpage online at www.cloverdalefuneralhome.com.
John Waddoups
John Waddoups, 56, of American Falls, passed away on Tuesday, July 12, 2011 at Portneuf Medical Center in Pocatello, ID. He was born on July 11, 1955 in Blackfoot, ID, the son of Letho and Freda May Heneffer Waddoups.
He loved fishing and hunting in the great outdoors.
He is survived by his father, Letho, “Pappy” and brother, Dale (Ann) Waddoups. He was preceded in death by his mother, Freda May, and sister, Trudy.
The visitation was at 9:30 a.m., Friday, July 15, with a prayer service at 10 a.m. at Davis-Rose Mortuary, 170 Idaho St. in American Falls. The dedication of the grave will be at 11:30 a.m. at the Riverside-Thomas Cemetery, 13 S. 725 W. (Hwy 39), Blackfoot.
Elmina Faye Moore
1928 – 2011
Mrs. Elmina Faye Moore, 83, of Boise, passed to her loving family in heaven on Thursday, July 14, 2011. She passed gracefully from complications of cancer with her family at her side. Born on Friday, April 13, 1928, in Rockland, ID, at the family homestead, a daughter of William Christian Clausen and Nellie Esther Dillard and Faye was named after her great-grandmother Elmina Jane Carey.
Faye was born and raised on the Clausen family farm. She attended the Landing School in Rockland where she graduated from the eighth grade, then went on to complete her freshman year of high school at Rockland High School. She married Ray McLean in 1946 and to this union was born a delightful son, Ronald “Ronnie” McLean. After divorcing, Faye and Ronnie moved to Boise with her parents, William and Esther Clausen in 1946, where they lived on a family acreage in south Boise. In 1954, Faye married Carroll V. Rowell and they were blessed with a beautiful daughter, Pamela. Faye and Carroll divorced and Faye raised her two children with the support of her parents and sisters. She always cherished her family members and helped as she could, especially with her nieces and nephews.
Many family memories were created on her sister Lucille’s farm in Rockland as they celebrated the yearly harvest, birthdays, summer, holidays and reunions. On Oct. 5, 1968, Faye married her lifelong partner Vernard L. Moore in Winnemucca, NV. She helped Vern raise his two daughters, Leighan and Staci.
This cherishing of her family roots to the farm, led Faye to join and dedicate many years of service to the Holcomb Grange in Boise. She held many officer positions and loved organizing and attending events on the local, state and national level. She was proud of her position as the Idaho State Secretary for ten years and her Ada County Pomona State Fair Booth display. Her baked goods and handiwork often won awards at Grange contests. Faye was a Fifty Year Honored Member and Lecturer of the Year. She was honored at “Faye Day” at the annual state meeting in Idaho Falls and loved her position as lecturer where she could plan programs and participated in special events. She especially enjoyed attending the Idaho State Legislature on the designated Grange Day.
Faye was also an active member of Boise First Baptist Church where she cherished her Sunday School group. Faye and Vern were active in the Los Viajeros Motorcycle Club, amateur radio and Good Sam RV Club; they loved traveling together and meeting with friends of like interests.
Faye’s special talents were gardening, home cooking and canning, baking pies, sewing and handiwork. She loved taking photos of her travels with Vern and her family. Faye was proud of her children and was ever supportive of their accomplishments and goals.
Faye supported herself and her son by working in the lunchroom at Falk’s Department Store in Boise until she went to work for the Idaho Mountain Bell Telephone Company. After about ten years of service at the phone company, she worked until retirement at the Idaho Department of Health and Welfare as a claims administrator. Faye retired to spend time with her husband Vernard L. Moore in April, 1990.
Faye is survived by her husband of 44 years, Vernard L. Moore of Boise; son, Ronnie McLean (Sarah) of Oklahoma City, OK; daughters, Pam Rowell-Bailey (Alan I.) of Anchorage, AK, Staci (Clint) McCreedy of Boise, Leighan (Michael) Smith of Boise; grandchildren, Rick, Tammy, Mary, Rhonda, Melanie, Zoe, Kipp, Andy, Hilary; ten great-grandchildren; two great-great-grandchildren; and many nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her parents, William and Esther Clausen; her siblings, Lucille Andersen, Mildred Christiansen, Robert and Thomas Clausen; grandson, Tyler Smith; and nephews Darwin Andersen, William and Robert Christiansen.
The family requests memorial donations to MSTI, WACAP Adoption Agency, MS Foundation or a charity of your choice.
A viewing for family and friends will be at 4 until 8 p.m. on July 21 at Cloverdale Funeral Home. A graveside service will be at 10 a.m. on July 22, at Terrace Lawn Memorial Garden with a Celebration of her Life following at 1 p.m. on Friday, July 22, at the First Baptist Church, Boise.
To share memories with the family please visit Faye’s memorial webpage at www.cloverdalefuneralhome.com.

Helen Dalke
American Falls -- Helen Brucks Dalke, 96, passed away Wednesday, June 29, 2011. She was born Dec. 25, 1914, on her parents’ farm at Pleasant Valley near American Falls, ID, to Henry and Louise Brucks. On June 15, 1934, she married Ferdinand Dalke of Aberdeen, ID. They were married for almost 74 years before Ferd’s passing in 2008. As long-time residents of Aberdeen, Ferd and Helen were once honored as Grand Marshals of the Aberdeen Daze Parade.
Helen had many talents. Ceramics was one specialty. She and her husband were members of the Eastern Idaho Ceramics Association. Helen made hundreds of beautiful items and won many awards at Eastern Idaho State Fairs. She also was a certified ceramics instructor and taught this craft for over 30 years. Helen also taught sewing and cooking to 4-H students. In addition, she was very gifted at quilting, oil painting and gardening. She was a member of the women’s group of the Boots and Saddle Club, Bethany Circle and the Agenda Club. Helen was considered by her children to be a great cook. Three of her specialties included Ukrainian vereniki, German peppernuts (pfeffernusse) and zwieback.
Helen was a long-standing member of the First Mennonite Church of Aberdeen.
Her husband Ferdinand preceded her in death along with her one sister and three brothers. She is survived by her three children, Delon Dalke of Yuma, AZ; Karen Dirks (Joel Moss) of Ft Collins, CO; and Nancy Clark (Greg) of Prescott, AZ. In addition, she is survived by four grandchildren, six great-grandchildren, and two great-great-grandchildren.
In lieu of flowers remembrances may be made in Helen’s name to First Mennonite Palisades Camp, PO Box 246, Aberdeen ID 83210 or Access Hospice, 240 West Burnside St. Suite A, Pocatello, ID 83202. Condolences may be sent to the family online at www.davisrosemortuary.com.

Roger Lee Whitnah
American Falls -- Roger Lee Whitnah passed away unexpectedly at age 77 on Thursday, June 30, 2011 in Pocatello, ID.
He was born on June 11, 1934 in Rupert, ID, to Lloyd and Norabelle Whitnah. Roger’s mother died when he was 10 years old. Lloyd then married Velma Wood and together they raised Roger, along with their children, Doug and Edna, on a homestead in Roy, ID.
Roger went to school in Rockland and then married Lydia Muller in 1960. They together had four children, Shonda, Linc, Nora and Kyle. Roger enjoyed being a rancher in the Roy area and in American Falls. He served on many committees and enjoyed all cowboy activities.
Roger is survived by his wife, Lydia; his stepmother, Velma Whitnah; brother, Doug (Carol) Whitnah; sister, Edna Whitnah; children, Shonda Whitnah, Linc (Debbie) Whitnah, Nora Howell, Kyle (Kat) Whitnah; and father-in-law, Emil Mayer. Roger has 10 grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. He is preceded in death by his mother, Norabelle; father, Lloyd; mother-in-law, Melba Mayer; and son-in-law, Brian Howell.
Viewing was held at Davis-Rose Mortuary on Tuesday, July 5, from 6 to 8 p.m.
Funeral will be held at the fine arts center in American Falls High School on Wednesday, July 6, at 11 a.m. with a viewing from 9:30 to 10:30 before the service. Interment will be at Falls View Cemetery.
In lieu of flowers, family would like memorials to be made to the American Heart Association in honor of Roger Whitnah.
David Winder
David E. Winder, 61, of American Falls, ID, born Sept. 13, 1949, went home to be with his Lord and Savior Jesus Christ on Monday, June 27, 2011. He was a beloved husband, father, brother, and grandfather. We will miss his smile, addicting laughter, and everlasting sense of humor.
David married Jona Anderson, the love of his life, on June 26, 1988. These two were inseparable. David is survived by his wife Jona of American Falls; daughter Cherie (Lawrence) Wray of Coin, IA; daughter Dana (David) Hendricks of Pocatello, ID; son David (Heidi) Winder of American Falls; stepson Adam (Sharon) Anderson of American Falls; stepson Matt (Sheila) Anderson of Pocatello; and stepdaughter Amanda (Ross) Freckleton of Pocatello; 12 grandchildren, two great-grandchildren, two brothers, one sister, and many more friends and family.
David loved the outdoors to go fishing, camping, and hunting with family and friends. But most of all, he loved our Lord Jesus Christ with all his heart, mind, soul, and strength. We are comforted in the joy of knowing he is with our Lord and King Jesus Christ at last.
Funeral arrangements are being handled by Davis- Rose Mortuary in American Falls, Idaho. A celebration of his life was held at American Falls Community Church at 11 a.m., Saturday, July 2.
In lieu of flowers, donations in David E. Winder’s name to: SOS Ministries at sosradio.net or mail check/ money order to: Faith Communications Corporation, 2201 South 6th Street, Las Vegas, NV 89104-2999.
Thank you to all of Power County EMS, Power County Hospital, and every individual who assisted David with his last moments. May God Bless you. Condolences for the family may be sent to www.davisrosemortuary.com.
Death Notice
Ralph Beitz
Ralph W. Beitz, 55, Ontario, OR, died Thursday July 30, 2011 at a Boise hospital.
Memorial services are pending under the direction of The Haren-Wood Funeral Chapel, Ontario.
 
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