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The Press OBITUARIES - June 2009
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Terrill (Ben) Bedingfield
Terrill (Ben) Bedingfield passed away Wednesday, June 3, 2009, after a seven year battle with colon cancer.
He was born Jan. 12, 1936, in Eureka, UT, the son of James F. Bedingfield and Beatrice Madeline Drussel. He married Arleen Zaring Aug. 8, 1955, in American Falls.
He is survived by Arleen; daughter Mary Bedingfield Smith (Scott); son John (Barbara); five grandchildren, Sean, Jessica, Kelli, Casey and Wesley; brothers K.C. (Ann) and Dana (Judy); sisters Carol Ann Lemke (Terry) and Marcia Hopkins and his faithful hunting companion and therapy dog, Allie.
Ben served in the US Navy (submarine service) during the Korean Conflict. He was a licensed pilot and a master craftsman, who could build or repair anything whether carpentry, electrical, plumbing or automotive. His expertise is showcased in such buildings as Mercy Hospital, Nampa, ID, College of Business Administration ISU, Pocatello, ID, Gore Library, Westminster College and the Institute of Religion at the U of U in Salt Lake City.
He was a master of the practical joke. Although he claimed to be a “practicing curmudgeon” he touched many lives in unassuming ways. Ben served the Masonic bodies in numerous capacities – Past Master Bonneville Lodge No. 31 F&AM, Past Worthy Patron Bethsaida Chapter No. 22, O.E.S., Past Associate Grand Guardian International Order of Job’s Daughters, and he was Utah’s original Father Job.
Ben’s family thanks caregivers Dr. Patricia Legant, Dr. Edward Hashimoto, and Community Nursing Service’s Ganine, Bridget, Troy, Dave, and April.
Friends and family were invited to a celebration of Ben’s life on Saturday, June 13, at his home from 3 until 5 p.m. In lieu of flowers share kindness with one another.
Electronic condolences may be sent to benbedingfield@live.com.
Vivian Paul

Vivian L. Paul born Aug. 13, 1928 died Tuesday, June 9, 2009, from complications from a fractured hip.
Dear mom – Our beautiful mom, although we miss you very much, we know you are in heaven with Jesus. We also know that you have been reunited with Claude, your first-born son who left us at the early age of 32, whom you have missed very much. Please send us your survivors, Diana (Jeff) Stewart, Debbie (Gary) Tiede and Greg (Janet) Paul, a feather to let us know that all is well. Your grandchildren, Chris (Kresta) Glaser, Kelli Fabela, Jason (Katie) Murphy, and Criss Montgomery have been shown by you what love is. Your great-grandchildren, Brett, Brandon, Saige, Siara, Madeline, Aramy, Isaac, Adli, Emory and Chloe, will have fond memories of you and your loving and caring ways.
Mom’s only sibling Evelyn and two nieces Robin and Lynn kept her in Walmart gifts cards at every holiday and birthdays.
Mom spent her early childhood in Boston, Massachusetts. The family then moved to California. She graduated from Alameda High School in 1946. She married Daniel Paul in September 1946. Together they raised four children. They were later divorced.
While living in Santa Cruz, CA, she gained a great love of the ocean and spent many hours walking the beach searching for seashells etc. In 1998 she moved with her oldest daughter Diana to American Falls, where her younger daughter Debbie, lived. She made many friends and spent many pleasant days in American Falls where she helped out at Trinity Treasures and the hospital Pink Ladies. She will be greatly missed.
As per Vivian’s request a private family service was held in St. John’s Lutheran Church fireside room on June 13. Final dispositions will be carried out by her children at a later date.
Funeral arrangements were under the direction of Davis-Rose Mortuary, American Falls.

Janice L. Gross Doty

Janice L. Gross Doty of American Falls, Idaho died Thursday, June 4, 2009 after a lingering Illness. She was born Jan. 14, 1941 to Wesley and Margrie Gross in American Falls, Idaho.
She attended and graduated both grade school and high school in American Falls. After graduation she went to Portland, OR, to attend nurse’s school. While there she met and married Herbert Doty in 1961.
Her working career was spent in hospitals, doctor’s offices and as a meat wrapper, all in the Portland area.
On retirement she and Herb moved back to American Falls.
Janice is survived by her husband, Herbert; two sons, Gregory (Penny), and Michael; three grandsons, Jacob, Wesley and Jeffery; two great-grandchildren, Tyler and Lily.
The viewing was from 6 to 7:30 p.m., Tuesday, June 9, at Davis-Rose Mortuary, 170 Idaho Street, American Falls. An inurnment service will follow at a later date.

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