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The Press OBITUARIES - September 2009
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Doyle Sherman Peterson
Doyle Sherman Peterson, 68, American Falls, passed away in his home with loved ones by his side the morning of Thursday, Sept. 24, 2009, after a battle with cancer.
Sherm was born April 25, 1941, in Idaho Falls, to Levoy F. Peterson and Eula Afton Svedin Peterson. He was raised and attended school in Swan Valley and Ririe. After graduating from high school, Sherm enlisted in the U. S. Navy as a Seabee.
Sherm met the love of his life, Rula Jean Anderson, and they were married Oct. 24, 1968, in Idaho Falls. Following his honorable discharge from the Navy, Sherm worked as a truck driver the rest of his adult life. His final place of employment was Simplot Transportation, where he worked for 15 years and retired in 2008.
Sherm loved fishing, hunting, bowling, and spending time with family, especially his kids and most of all, his grandkids – the ones who stole his heart.
Survivors include: wife, Rula Peterson, American Falls; son, Shawn (Kira) Peterson, Idaho Falls; daughter, Kimberli Tilley, American Falls; daughter, Deb (Earl) Wallace, Pocatello; son, Timothy (Stacia) Speck, WA; son, Thomas (Leasa) Speck, Buhl, ID; mother, Eula Peterson, Idaho Falls; brother, William (Esther) Peterson, Idaho Falls; brother, Robert (Queenie) Peterson, Boise; sister, Sheryl Lowe, Idaho Falls; sister-in-law, Shirley Peterson, Idaho Falls; brother-in-law, Jim Mechling, Idaho Falls; granddaughters, Brittni (Charles) Jones, KyAnn Tilley, and Indikah Peterson, all of American Falls; grandsons, Colten Wallace of Pocatello, Austin Speck and Jason Speck of Washington, Jake Speck of Buhl, and granddaughter, Kelsey Speck of Buhl; and two great-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his father, Levoy Peterson, a brother, Wayne Peterson, and a sister, Gaynol Mechling.
Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m., Wednesday, Sept. 30, at Wood Funeral Home, 273 N. Ridge, Idaho Falls, with Jon A. Wood officiating. The family visited with friends Tuesday from 7 to 8:30 p.m. and Wednesday from 1 to 1:45 p.m., both at Wood Funeral Home.
Burial will be in the Annis-Little Butte Cemetery under the direction of Wood Funeral Home. Condolences may be sent to the family online at www.woodfuneralhome.com. Military Rites will be performed by the Jefferson County Veterans Memorial Team and Idaho Honor Guard.
Matthew Patrick Kelly
Matthew Patrick Kelly 48, of Rockland, died Sunday, Sept. 27, 2009.
The funeral service will be at 11 a.m. Friday, Oct. 2, at the Little Flower Catholic Church, 1601 Oakley Ave., Burley. Interment will follow at the Pleasant View Cemetery in Burley.
Funeral arrangements are under the direction of Davis-Rose Mortuary in American
Anjanette M. Fenwick
Anjanette M. Fenwick passed away Saturday, Sept. 19, 2009. Anjanette was born Dec. 7, 1970 to Gary L. and Pennie Sue (Bray) Fenwick in American Falls, ID.
She grew up and attended school in American Falls, graduating from American Falls High School in 1989. She earned a Bachelor of Science degree, majoring in Zoology at Idaho State University in Pocatello. She then went on to medical school at Wayne State University in Detroit, MI, where she earned an M.D. degree as a general practitioner. In 1999, she returned home and worked at Harms Memorial Hospital in American Falls for about three years. At the same time, she taught upper level Biology classes at Idaho State University, teaching Anatomy and Physiology lecture and labs, Gross Anatomy lab, as well as some Senior Seminars.
Anjanette was a well-loved doctor and ISU professor. Her idol and hero was “Patch” Adams, whose words she lived by, “You treat a disease, you win you lose. If you treat the patient, I guarantee that you’ll always win.” Anjanette treated each patient as if they were family not just another case. She would sit and talk with them as she treated them, quieting their fears and answering their questions.
Anjanette loved teaching. It was the one thing in life she couldn’t imagine not doing. It was her passion, as was her chosen field of medicine. Her greatest joy was teaching at ISU. When she became ill, she still wanted to teach and tried to find ways to do that while in the hospital. Her students loved her dearly, and she hated turning students away when her classes were full. She was a professor and doctor whom everyone hoped they would get.
Anjanette is survived by her brother, Matt Fenwick of Pocatello; and her father, Gary Fenwick of Twin Falls, ID. She was preceded in death by her mother, Pennie (Bray) Fenwick, who passed away Jan. 9, 1992.
She will be dearly missed by everyone whose life she touched. Funeral services will be held at Willow Bay Baptist Church, 246 Lee Street, in American Falls on Friday, Sept. 25, at 2 p.m.
Jim Correll
Jim Correll, 75, of Rockland, passed away Friday, Sept. 11, 2009 at his home.
Jim was born in Jerome, ID, the oldest of four children to Jack E. and Attice Maureen Beall Correll. He grew up in the American Falls and Neeley area.
He married LaRay Williams in Blackfoot, ID, on April 23, 1953. They lived and both worked in Pocatello. Jim worked for Union Pacific Railroad from 1953 to 1991, when he retired.
They moved to Rockland at retirement. He loved to explore in the hills around the Rockland Valley. He loved taking his grandchildren and friends hunting and fishing. He found more enjoyment in watching the excitement of others as they caught fish or shot game than in the enjoyment of his own success.
Jim and LaRay managed and ran the Willow Bay Café and campground in American Falls for the past 15 years.
Jim and LaRay were adventurous. They enjoyed traveling and visiting wherever they went. Jim was a very generous and giving man who always tried to help those less fortunate than he was whenever he could.
He is survived by his wife, LaRay; his children, Becky Evans, Jack L. (Brenda) Correll, Chris Lloyd and Rick Lloyd; grandchildren, Travis W. Taylor, Camille Dean, Pika Correll, Jeremy C. Lloyd, Andy Correll and Susie Lloyd; great-grandchildren, Madison, Mitchell, Grace, Oliver, and brother, Billy Correll; and many nieces and nephews.
His parents, an infant daughter, CinDee Correll, brother, Jack D. Correll, and sister, Dolores Sparks, preceded Jim in death.
A celebration of Jim’s life was held at his home, 2702 Landing Rd. in Rockland, on Tuesday, Sept. 15, at 11 a.m. Interment followed at Falls View Cemetery in American Falls. Everyone was invited to a luncheon at the home following the graveside service.
He will be greatly missed by his family and friends. The family requests donations to be made to the Idaho Food Bank.
Funeral arrangements are under the direction of Davis-Rose Mortuary in American Falls.
Melvin R. Funk
Melvin R. Funk passed away peacefully, Friday, Sept. 11, 2009 at his home in Pocatello. He was born May 7, 1940 in American Falls to Otto and Edna (Tillman) Funk. He attended school in American Falls and graduated in 1958. Mel went on to attend Idaho State University, in the vocational program taking classes in welding, auto body and business management. He worked for different farmers after attending college, including one of his favorites, Joe Allen, before working for his father.
In 1962 Mel purchased his father’s farm that was originally homesteaded in 1908 by his grandparents, thus beginning “Mel Funk Farms”. He raised grain, potatoes, sugar beets, peas, barley and various other crops.
The same year he purchased his father’s farm, he married Diane Benson. They were married for 27 years and had four children. They continued to live in the Pleasant Valley area farming. They later divorced.
After 35 years of farming Mel retired in 1992. He married Sheila Funkhouser. They spent retirement enjoying life traveling with family, boating and fishing. They settled in Pocatello and have been married for 17 years.
Melvin was a very accomplished farmer receiving various awards for his crops. He was one of the only two farmers to ever receive six consecutive “Golden Grower” Awards from Ore-Ida Potato. He also won many top sugar beet grower awards for the Mini Cassia District. He was always willing to take risks and be ahead of the times. Many don’t know that he was a talented welder and enjoyed auto body painting. He often painted his own trucks and equipment. He also enjoyed hunting and fishing and was an avid gun collector. His biggest passion was flying his helicopters. Whether it was flying them, talking about them, working on them or flying models in the last few years with his grandsons, that was what he loved.
Melvin is survived by his wife, Sheila Funk; two sons, Monty (Carolene) Funk and Lance (Lisa) Funk; one daughter, Tara (Justin) Pyne; three sisters, Eileen Dalton, Doreen (Jerry) Swisher and Carolee Funk; one daughter-in-law, Traci Funk, and step-daughter Tina Funkhouser. He is also survived by 11 grandchildren: Tyson, Tanner, Colby, Tasha, Chase, Megan, Jared, Parker, Gracie, Isabella, Ryder and one great-granddaughter, Houstyn.
He was preceded in death by his parents, infant sister Paula and his son Brad.
The funeral service will be held Saturday, Sept. 19, at St. John’s Lutheran Church, 656 Tyhee Ave, American Falls. The viewing will begin at 9 to 10:45 a.m. in the youth lounge with the funeral service to follow in the sanctuary at 11 a.m. Interment will be in the Falls View Cemetery with a luncheon following the graveside service at the church.
The family requests donations to be made in Mel’s memory to St. John’s Lutheran Church, PO Box 55, American Falls, 83211 or Grace Lutheran Church, 1350 Baldy Ave., Pocatello, ID 83201.
Donal E. Garrison
Donal E. Garrison, 81, was born May 8, 1928 in Wendell, ID, to Frank and Lillie Garrison. He was the second of four children. Don passed away peacefully in his sleep, at home, on Wednesday, Aug. 26, 2009.
Don was raised in the Wendell and the Twin Falls area. He graduated from high school in Twin Falls in 1946. He married Betty Hunt and they had two children, Catherine and Ronald. They later divorced. Don moved to American Falls to pour concrete on the new Lamb Weston Plant. He went to work for Patton Litton and opened the first batch plant.
Don married Doris Long in 1975 in Elko, NV. They made their home next to the American Falls Ready Mix Plant where Don leveled all the land, poured all the concrete and he and Doris designed everything to make it their home.
Don poured many concrete structures and helped many friends and family members with their concrete projects. He was a perfectionist when it came to concrete finishing. He also worked many years with Dee Adair building houses and doing the concrete work. He retired from American Falls Ready Mix in 1990. Even after retiring, Don helped family and friends with their concrete projects.
Don enjoyed many hunting trips with his grandsons, Jerry and Bobby, and his son-in-law, Jim, his friend Marshall Payne and many other friends. His other close friend Robert Eames spent many countless hours with him.
Don was a wonderful father, stepfather, grandpa and great grandpa. He and Doris spent many years camping, fishing, hunting and getting together with their family. Don and Doris loved to travel and see the countryside. All kids loved Don. He was a wonderful man. We all loved Don very much. We have a lot of special memories with him and we will miss him very much.
He is survived by his wife, Doris; his son, Ron (Terry) Garrison of Syracuse, UT; stepchildren, Von (Laurie) Michaelson of Post Falls, ID, Debbie (Brent) Moore of Pocatello and Jalene (Jim) Phillips of Pocatello. Grandsons Jerry (DeAnn) Baird of Pocatello, Jake (Dana) Garrison, Boise, Chance (Kenzie) Garrison, Price, UT , granddaughters, Jessica (Stan) Flint, Twin Falls, Shanel (J.R.) Blair, American Falls, Katie (Bobbie) Simms, Pocatello, 11 great-grandchildren; brother, Frank Garrison, Twin Falls; sister, Lillie (Joel) McNish, Twin Falls; and several nieces and nephews.
He was preceded in death by his daughter, Catherine Garrison; parents, Frank and Lillie Garrison; and brother, Harold Garrison.
The graveside service was held Saturday, Aug. 29, at the Falls View Cemetery. Cremation and burial were under the direction of Davis-Rose Mortuary.
Orville M. (Bud) Johnson
Burley -- Orville M. (Bud) Johnson passed away peacefully Sunday evening, Sept. 13, 2009, at the Cassia Regional Medical Center following a stroke.
Born April 11, 1915, on the family homestead in Heglar, Bud, the oldest of nine children, was born to Barnett and Marie Goudschaal Johnson. He lived the normal life of a child of that era, riding horses, playing in the outdoors, and helping on the farm. He attended the Heglar School and graduated from the eighth grade. The rest of his education was from “the school of experience.” He learned to work hard and continued to do so all his life. At 19, Bud left home and worked locally in the Heglar area farming and breaking horses to work and ride. He enjoyed his time skidding logs at the Heglar sawmill.
While staying with an injured friend in the American Falls Hospital he met a young lady that cooked at the hospital. He married Doris Ann Reed in 1941, and took her back to Heglar, where they raised their six daughters. Due to the poor health of his father, he returned to the homestead in 1945, to help his mother. He cleared hundreds of acres of sagebrush and greatly increased the productivity of the farm. He later purchased his own farm ground. He raised dry land wheat and cattle. Bud was known for his ryeless wheat and excellent herd of cattle. In 1949, he and Doris purchased a home in Burley. Summers were spent in Heglar on the farm. Bud learned to “witch” wells from Luther Warren and found many a solid running vein of water for several wells still in operation in the Raft River Valley.
Bud was active in farm organizations. He served as the last Master of the Heglar Grange, President of the Cassia Chapter of the Idaho Wheat Growers and served on the board of the local Farm Bureau for many years. He was senior judge for 30 years of the Heglar Election board. He also served on the Heglar Road Commission and was responsible for keeping the roads graded in the Heglar area. He was a supporter for many years of the 4-H Fat Stock Sale and the Idaho Youth Ranch.
After health problems arose, Bud sold the farm and he and Doris retired on an acreage in the Heyburn area that he maintained until he was 89 years old. He has resided the last five years at Highland Estates.
In his 94 years of life, Bud has lived through many trials and joys as the world changed. He didn’t always go for the new modern “things.” His word was as good as any signed contract.
Bud is survived by “his six jewels,” Lola (George) Combe of Ogden, UT, Arlene (Rick) Solmon and Nelda (Garth) Hess, both of Boise, Fonda (Tony) Cox of Sandy, UT, Colleen (Roland) Wood of Burley, and Natalie (Scott) Allen of Ogden, UT; 16 grandchildren and 23 great-grandchildren called him Grandpa J. He is also survived by sisters, Eva Marie Johnson of Spring Valley, CA, and Irma (Butch) Gochnour of Boise; and brothers, Chuck (Claudine) of Heyburn, and Earl (Jeanne) of Wickenburg, AZ.
He was preceded in death by his wife, Doris in 2000; a grandson, Sheldon Hess; sisters, Gladys, Fay, and Anna; brother, Ray; and a very special friend, Sylvia Beck.
The family thanks Mike and Gayla Staker for their friendship and watchful care for many years, the Sylvia Beck family, and the staff at Highland Estates for taking care of our Dad the past five years.
The funeral will be held 11 a.m. Friday, Sept. 18, at the Burley United Methodist Church, 450 E. 27th St., in Burley, with the Rev. Herb C. Whitaker officiating. Burial will be in the Pleasant View Cemetery.
Friends may call from 6 until 8 p.m. Thursday at the Rasmussen Funeral Home, 1350 E. 16th St., Burley, and from 10 until 10:45 a.m. Friday at the church.
In lieu of flowers, charitable contributions may be given to the Idaho Youth Ranch via the funeral home.
Darrell Wayne Hadfield
Darrell Wayne Hadfield of Albuquerque, NM, passed away peacefully after a four-month battle with glioblastoma brain cancer. He was born Aug. 1, 1947, in Logan, UT, to Darrell C. (Bud) and Colleen Poulsen Hadfield.
When Darrell was eight, his family moved from Preston, ID, to American Falls, where he graduated from AFHS in 1965. He then served in the military services in Germany for three years. Darrell graduated from Idaho State University with a BS in math and from University of New Mexico with his Masters Degree and Ph.D. He worked as a U.S. Defense Department contracted computer programmer for Northrop Grumman in Albuquerque and Washington, D.C. for his entire career.
He is survived by the love of his life, Edrie Bays of Bedford, VA; mother, Colleen, of Rexburg, ID; brother, Lon, of Juneau, AK, and Bullhead City, AZ; sister, Rawna (Sunny) Lohse, of Idaho Falls and Island Park, ID; and children: Lance of Albuquerque, Erin (Chris) Lammert of Seattle, WA; Brandon Fox of Japan. His grandchildren are Nyah, Misha, Myah, Dylan, and Shelby Jade. His father, Bud, and brother Lance Glen preceded him in death.
Darrell enjoyed his family and friends. He took numerous fishing trips to Alaska and loved fly-fishing on the Snake River. His favorite mode of transportation was one of his motorcycles, on which he traveled all over the United States, many rides with his good friend and riding partner Joe Baird of Albuquerque. Anyone who knew Darrell, especially political conservatives, knew he was a vocal Democrat and an active member of the National Democratic Party. He listened to Liberal Talk Radio and was always ready to argue his points. An admitted tech geek and Trekkie, most often seen wearing his Bluetooth, he acquired the latest technological gadgets; if he wasn’t typing on his computer, he was fiddling with some puzzle, game or toy. Early in life, he was an artist. He was an avid photographer and decorated his home with prints he had made. He loved feeding, watching, and photographing the birds outside his beloved Tijeras, NM, home.
Celebrations of his life -- being planned in Albuquerque and in Island Park, by his family -- are to be announced at a later date. He will be so greatly missed by all. “Beam me up, Scottie.”
William Leonard Lowe
William Leonard “Bill” Lowe of American Falls died Wednesday, Sept. 2, 2009.
The memorial service will be held at 11 a.m., Thursday, Sept. 10, at the Roberts (ID) Community Church, 637 N 2872 E.
Funeral arrangements are under the direction of Davis-Rose Mortuary in American Falls.
Robert K. (Bob) Brulotte
Robert K. (Bob) Brulotte, 74, of American Falls, passed away on Monday, Aug. 31, 2009, after a hard fought battle with cancer.
Bob was born on Feb. 17, 1935, in Toppenish, WA. He was raised in the State of Washington until age 15 when he moved to Jerome, ID, where he attended school until he graduated in 1954. Two days after his graduation he married his high school sweetheart, Joan Buttcane, on May 28, 1954 in Jerome. The two celebrated their 55th wedding anniversary this year. She was definitely the love of his life.
Bob attended Boise Junior College (class of 1956) and University of Nevada-Reno (class of 1958) earning a Bachelor of Science degree in Secondary Education. He was a teacher and a coach at Hawthorne Junior High School in Hawthorne, NV; Gill High School in Gill, CO; Nampa High School in Nampa, ID; Valley High School in Eden/Hazelton, ID. He finished his career teaching and coaching for over 23 years at American Falls High School in American Falls. While in American Falls, Bob attended Idaho State University and earned a Masters of Education in Athletic Administration.
Coach Bob’s life was spent around athletes. He coached football, baseball, wrestling, golf, and basketball. He loved being around young adults helping them achieve their highest potential; watching them grow into adulthood. Coach Bob served in several positions for the Idaho Coaches Association and served as president of the association in 1982-84. In August 1992 he received the Fourth District Distinguished Service Award from the Idaho High School Activities Association (IHSAA). In 1996 he was inducted into the IHSAA Hall of Fame.
Bob believed in community service. He was elected to four years on the American Falls City Council and was active in the American Falls Lions Club where he served as president. He was awarded the “Melvin Jones Fellow Award” for humanitarian services, the highest award given to a Lion.
Bob is survived by his wife, Joan, of American Falls; four half siblings: Yvonne (Wayne) Seemer; Teresa (Rob) Zeller; George (Joanette); Dan; his four sons: Timothy (Bonnie) of Dandridge, TN; Michael of Irwin, ID; Richard (Claudia) of Nampa, ID; William of Twin Falls, ID. He is the grandfather of eight and great-grandfather of four. He is preceded in death by his parents George and Betty Brulotte of Yakima, WA, and Frank and Carrie Graham of Nampa, ID.
The family wishes to thank the staff of Creek Side Hospice and Harms Memorial Hospital as well as all the prayers for Bob helping him down his final journey to the 19th hole.
A celebration of life will be held on Saturday, Sept. 5, at 2 p.m. at St. John’s Lutheran Church, 656 Tyhee Street, American Falls. Interment will follow at Falls View Cemetery in American Falls. A viewing will be held Friday, Sept. 4, from 6 to 8 p.m. at Davis Mortuary, 170 Idaho Street, American Falls. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the American Falls High School Athletic Department, 2966 S. Frontage Road, American Falls, Idaho 83211.
Ada Lankford
Ada Lankford, 86, of Sterling, passed peacefully away with her family by her side on Saturday, Aug. 29, 2009.
Ada was born April 12, 1923 in Belgrade, MT, the daughter of Silas Henry and Grace Permilia Jones Barclay. Ada grew up and lived her entire life in the Sterling / Grandview area. She attended schools in Grandview and Springfield and graduated from Aberdeen High School. She then attended Albion Normal School, where she received her teaching certificate. She later received her B.A. degree from Idaho State University.
On Oct. 14, 1947 she married Olen Lankford and they began their lives together with Olen farming and Ada teaching school. She taught school for nearly 40 years and loved every minute of it. Ada was a great teacher. She taught hundreds of students over the years and she absolutely loved every one of them. She had a great ability to inspire and bring out the best in people.
Ada was a tiny little thing with a big heart and lots of energy. She was a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and served in many different callings - but her favorite was working with the Boy Scouts. She served for 30 years in the scouting program and spent countless hours helping many boys on their way to achieving the rank of Eagle Scout. She was one of the first women to receive the Silver Beaver Award, received the District Award of Merit, and was inducted into the Boy Scout Hall of Fame.
Family was also very important to Ada – she was blessed with two wonderful sons, Larry and Lane. They were her pride and joy. She spent many hours worrying and fussing over them. In return they blessed her life with two daughters-in-law and seven grandchildren whom she adored. Ada has always been a hard worker who enjoyed spending time with her family, gardening, camping and fishing every summer at Cherry Creek. To everyone she met she gave unconditional love, encouragement, guidance and she helped shape their lives for good. She will be greatly missed.
She is survived by her children, Larry (LuAnn), Lane (Kimberly) and grandchildren, Connor, Tara, Alyssa, Laura, Bryan, Logan and Whitney; two brothers, Earl Barclay and Duane Barclay. Her husband, parents and sister preceded her in death.
The funeral service was held at 11 a.m., Tuesday, Sept. 1, at The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Lakeview Ward Chapel in Springfield. The viewing was from 6 to 8 p.m. Monday, Aug. 31, at the church and from 9:45 to 10:45 a.m. Tuesday before the funeral service. Interment was in the Aberdeen Cemetery.
The family thanks Ashley Manor for their loving care of Ada during the past three years.
Chet Abelgore
Former American Falls resident Chet Abelgore died on Friday, Aug. 28. There will be a wake in his honor held at Duffy’s Tavern, 1304 N. Main, Pocatello, on Saturday, Sept. 5, at 1 p.m.
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