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The Times OBITUARIES - July 2010
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Wayne Easton Lyman
Wayne Easton Lyman, 79, of Aberdeen, passed away Friday, July 23, 2010 at a local hospital surrounded by his loving family.
Wayne was born July 14, 1931 the third of six children of Wayne Roper Lyman and Margaret Easton Lyman in Milford, UT, where he attended school and enjoyed playing basketball and going to dances.
Wayne joined the United States Air Force in 1950, and served his country as an aircraft mechanic during the Korean conflict and after serving, received an honorable discharge in 1953.
After moving to Pocatello, Wayne went to work for Garrett Freight Lines as a diesel mechanic. He retired in the early 1990’s.
He met Yvonne Cox and they were married June 15, 1956 in Pocatello, and together had four children: Clayton, Denice, Lori, and Thomas. They were later sealed together in the Ogden LDS Temple.
Wayne was proud to be a lifetime member of the NRA, and a member of the Machinist Union. He also served as the mayor of Arimo and was currently serving on the Senior Citizens Board in Aberdeen.
Wayne is a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and served in the Sunday School. Every fall he loved going on cattle roundups on the Big Onion. He loved hunting and fishing and being outdoors. He had a love for horses where he became involved in 4-H and high school rodeo with his son Tom.
His most favorite way to spend his time was with his ten grandchildren and one great-grandson, and they lovingly nicknamed him “Grandpa EZ”. He will be missed by his family and friends.
He is survived by his loving wife of 54 years, Yvonne Lyman, Aberdeen; children, Clayton Lyman, Tucson, AZ, Denice (Terry) Anderson, Kearns, UT, Lori (Troy) Beck, Aberdeen, Thomas Lyman, Tyhee, ID; five sisters, Melpha (Bob) Kane, Beaver Dam, AZ, Geraldine Christesen, Pocatello, Shirleen Quinn, Salt Lake City, UT, Helen (Don) Mecham, Idaho Falls, Marion (Sam) Houston, Sunset, UT; a niece, Marci (Leroy) Bartu, Pocatello; ten grandchildren, Danielle, Katrina, Anthony, Niccole, Natalie, Britanie, Tyler, Ashley, Kristan, Samantha; and a great-grandson, Ethan.
Wayne was preceded in death by his parents.
Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m., Wednesday, July 28, at the Aberdeen Second Ward Chapel, with Bishop Daryl McCombs officiating. A viewing was held from 6 to 8 p.m. Tuesday, July 27, at the Aberdeen Second Ward Chapel and also one hour prior to the services at the church. Burial will follow at the Aberdeen Cemetery with military honors.
Condolences may be sent to the family at www.colonial-funeralhome.com.

Wendell V. Anderson
(1930-2010)
Wendell V. Anderson went to stay with his Heavenly Father on Sunday, July 25, 2010, following a long fight with Alzheimer’s.
Wendell was the oldest son of Virgil and Mae Anderson. He was raised in Aberdeen, where he graduated from high school in 1948. In 1953 he enlisted in the U.S. Navy, serving until 1958.
When he left the military he enrolled in the Normal School of Education in Albion, ID. Upon graduation, he was hired as the youngest superintendent in the state of Idaho in Tetonia.
In 1963 he met and married Donna Bowman Anderson in Pocatello. Donna had four sons. In 1966 they had their son, Paul. In 1976 they moved to American Falls. Wendell became the elementary principal in Aberdeen from 1976 to 1987. Then in 1988 he became principal/superintendent of the Bliss School District, where he retired in 1991.
Wendell was an avid golfer, bowler and pool player and he loved to dance. He had a hole-in-one in golf. He bowled the first 300 game ever bowled in American Falls and won numerous championships playing pool.
He was preceded in death by his parents, his brother Norm Anderson and sister Gayle (Jim) O’Dell.
He’s survived by his wife, Donna Anderson; his sons, Ric (Leslie) Anderson, Terry (Terrilyn) Anderson, John Anderson, Darrell Olson and Paul (Tanya) Anderson; eight grandchildren; seven great-grandchildren; brother, Morgan (Bobby) Anderson; and sisters, Lola (Gary) Wells and Lona (Dwayne) Westfall.
Services will be held Friday, July 30, at 11 a.m. at Willow Bay Baptist Church, American Falls.

Loa Cammack Nelson
Loa Cammack Nelson, 90, passed away on July 18, 2010 at Blackfoot, ID. Loa was born Feb. 21, 1920 at Darlington, ID, daughter of Francis Cammack and Sarah Edna Atwood Cammack. Loa was the ninth child of a family of 11 children and the third girl. She spent her childhood in the Lost River and Pingree area. She attended school in Lost River, Pingree and Thomas.
Loa married Lyle Nelson on Nov. 1, 1937 in Soda Springs, ID. They were later sealed in the Logan, UT, LDS Temple. Lyle and Loa made their home in the Sterling-Springfield area for 35 years, farming and ranching. They continued their ranching, moving to Malta, ID, in 1973. They later sold their Malta ranch and retired to Parma, ID, in 1995, keeping a few head of cattle and horses.
Loa was an active member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, serving in many positions. She served as Relief Society President in two wards.
She especially enjoyed sports and being outdoors with the horses and cattle. Her 90th birthday celebration was held on Feb. 20, 2010.
She is survived by her children: Sherian and Gary Abercrombie, Aberdeen; Sonja and Lyle Sasser, Richland, WA; Lila and Eugene Thurston, Boise, ID; Lynda and Arlis Wheeler, Sandy, OR; Loa Beth and Stephen Probst, Mount Pleasant, UT; Mark and Cheryl Nelson, Emmett, ID; Douglas and Sylvia Nelson, Parma, ID; 38 grandchildren and more than 50 great-grandchildren.
Her husband Lyle Nelson, grandson Jeff Thurston, and great-grandson Alec Thurston preceded Loa in death. She was also preceded in death by her parents, brothers Rulon, Edwin, Henry, Wilbert, Melvin, Otter and Kenneth Cammack and sisters Edna Cammack Hansen, Mary Cammack Moses, and Lula Cammack Morris.
Funeral services will be at 11 a.m., Friday July 23, at the Lakeview LDS Church, 2150 West 800 South, Springfield. Friends and family may also call at the Hawker Funeral Home, Blackfoot, from 6 to 8 p.m. on Thursday, July 22, and from 9:30 to 10:45 a.m. Friday, at the Lakeview LDS Church. Burial will be in the Springfield Cemetery.
 
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