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The Times OBITUARIES - June 2011
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Ronald Brown Foster
Joyous was the reunion of Mom and Dad on Tuesday, June 21, 2011 when Ronald Brown Foster graduated from this earthly university of life.
Dad was born Jan. 4, 1926 in Pocatello, ID, to Claxton Edwin and Lorena Ellen Brown Foster. He attended schools in Idaho graduating from Rigby High School in 1944. Following graduation, he served his country in the U.S. Army during World War II. He also served as a missionary for the LDS Church in the Western States Mission.
Upon returning he was introduced to a “new school teacher” in town and there began an eternal relationship with Naomi Clark. They were married in the Salt Lake LDS Temple on Aug. 17, 1949. Marrying a school teacher encouraged him to graduate from Ricks College and Utah State University with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Agronomy. He received a Master’s Degree from the University of Arizona.
They enjoyed traveling, spending time at the cabin in Island Park and enjoying warmer weather in St. George, UT. An ultimate bonding experience for them was serving an 18-month mission on the Island of St. Thomas.
As the oldest sibling, Dad learned early the meaning of hard work. He spent time working in plant breeding in Tucson, AZ, then moved to Teton Valley (Driggs, ID) as County Extension Agent and was employed at the University of Idaho Experiment Station in Aberdeen. With six children, a full time job which required much travel, and a small acreage of land, a major decision to go into farming fulltime was made. Blood, sweat and tears filled the next 30 years of farming…blood when Dad lost the end of his finger in the shop door, sweat every day of physical labor, and tears from the joys and disappointments of life, however, hours of boating, fishing and hunting brought him much pleasure. Dad returned to a more professional aspect of farming by serving as the Executive Director of the Idaho Sugar Beet Growers Association, which meant a move to Boise, ID. They later moved to Pleasant View, UT.
Dad exemplified work through service. He served in numerous church callings including Bishop in the Aberdeen Third Ward. He was very generous with time and means in helping others. Many hours were spent in community service through agricultural boards.
Dad is survived by six children, Jolene (Mike) Emery, Nampa, ID; Ronald Craig (Kalleen) Foster, West Haven; Bruce Clark (Kathy) Foster, Aberdeen; Janalee (Murray) Olsen, Pleasant View; Marc Brown (Terri) Foster, Aberdeen; Jilane (Scott) Mee, Farmington; 27 grandchildren, 16 great-grandchildren; a brother Gary (Jefferine) Foster and a sister, Bernice Spahr.
He was preceded in death by his parents; wife; two brothers, Dewain and Kent; and a sister, Sharon.
Funeral services were held Saturday, June 25, at the Pleasant View South Stake Center.
Interment was at Farmington City Cemetery (under his protest).
In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the LDS Perpetual Education Fund or the Missionary Fund.
The family expresses their thanks to the doctors, nurses and staff at the George E. Wahlen Ogden Veterans Home for the love and care given to our Dad.
Condolences may be sent to the family at www.lindquistmortuary.com.

Ella Joy McCarthy
Ella Joy McCarthy, cherished infant daughter of Justin and Katie McCarthy passed away, Thursday, June 16, 2011. She was born June 16, 2011 at Portneuf Medical Center, Pocatello, ID.
Though she never spent any time with us, she touched many of our lives and we will always miss and love her deeply. We look forward to the day that we will all be united again.
She was greeted in Heaven by her maternal great-grandparents, Claire and Mary Lou Rudeen, and paternal great-grandparents Richard and Joy Matthies and Maurice McCarthy. She is survived and will be greatly missed by her parents; maternal grandparents, Tim and Deborah Rudeen; paternal grandparents, Angela (Arnold) Boldt, and Kevin (Georgi) McCarthy. Ella will also be missed by her many aunts and uncles, Angela (Marc) Mortenson, Breianne (Brandon) Bauer, Shawn McCarthy, Emily (Ryan) Happe, Hailey McCarthy, Katie McCarthy; by her maternal great-grandparents, Earl and Ardith Vollmer; paternal great-grandmother Eileen Hinphy; and her cousins Cody, Abby and Maycee Mortenson.
Graveside memorial services were held Tuesday, June 21, at 2 p.m. at the Falls View Cemetery, American Falls.

Polly (Lankford) Heaney
Polly (Lankford) Heaney, age 87, passed away Tuesday, June 7, 2011 at Spring Creek Independent Living in Meridian, ID. She was born March 29, 1924 to William and Mariah (Whitaker) Lankford in Somerset, KY. Three months before Polly was born, a tornado demolished their home. The family lived with relatives until they relocated to Indianapolis, IN, where her father helped build the “Brickyard” home of the Indy 500. After three and a half years they moved to Fort Collins, CO, where Polly attended a one room school house for a year. In 1930 the family made their way to Southeast Idaho where she met and married Edward (Ned) Heaney on Feb. 6, 1948. They made a life in Grandview where they farmed and raised five children: Michael Heaney, Aberdeen; Margo (Don) Nicholson, Meridian, ID; Monica (Charlie) Wiebe, Aberdeen; Marcia (Brad) Hager, Las Vegas, NV; and Mark (Anita) Heaney, Pocatello. She had 12 grandchildren and 15 great-grandchildren.
She was preceded in death by her parents, her husband, three sisters, Eula Varley, Alma Johnston, and Inez Cornforth, and two brothers, Olen and Glen Lankford, and one granddaughter, Courtney. She is survived by her sister, Verlene (Bob) Mann.
Polly was a member of the Catholic Church. She loved spending time with friends and family. She spent many hours cooking those special pies and cinnamon rolls. Her neighbors knew the never-ending pot of coffee 24/7. Sometimes they even came on in to fill the pot if it was low - as the door was always open. Many generations of kids called her “Grandma Polly” no matter their last name. She spent joyful hours reading novels, playing pinochle or community service at tax elections, working the golf course and many auctions. Always ending her day with the warmth of “Good Ole Country Music” or Gospel softly playing through the house.
Remembered as feisty, never without lipstick and White Diamonds, lovingly admonishing her grandchildren, with many a catchy phrase, “And then they hung pictures.”
There will be a Celebration of Polly’s life at her home in Grandview on Saturday, June 25. Friends and family of Polly are welcome and encouraged to attend. The Celebration starts at 4 p.m. (come as you are).
In lieu of flowers Polly’s favorite charity was Habitat for Humanity at: www.habitat.org/cd/giving/donate.aspx?
Condolences may be sent online to: www.maws72@gmail.com.

Richard M. (Dick) Savage
Richard M. (Dick) Savage, 86, of Boise, died Thursday, June 9, 2011, at his home. No formal service will be held at Dick’s request, however a remembrance gathering was held at Warm Springs Golf Course, Boise, on Monday, June 20. Cremation arrangements are under the direction of Alden-Waggoner Funeral Chapel, Boise.
Dick was born April 4, 1925, in Murtaugh, ID, to Richard Mathew Savage and Sarah Louise Willey. He graduated from Aberdeen High School in 1943, received his BA at Idaho State College in 1949, and his MA at the University of Utah in 1950, and then completed graduate work in Educational Administration. He married Phyllis Jean Clezie on April 14, 1949 in Elko, NV. Dick enjoyed fly fishing, golf, bowling, gardening, poker, bridge and reading. He was an avid outdoors man and conservationist, and loved spending time at his cabin in Lowman. Dick made sure his three daughters were educated, well informed, well read, articulate, and darn good fisherwomen.
Dick is survived by his wife of 62 years, Phyllis J. Savage; daughters, Sandra Savage and Merri Ann Savage, of Boise, and Shannon Savage (Marcos Grimsditch) of Port Angeles, WA; and his sister, Bernetta Feld, of Aberdeen, ID
He was preceded in death by his parents; sisters, Lela Conner, Jacqueline Brown, Barbara O’Marra, and Patricia Judd.
In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made in Dick’s name to a charity of your choice. Condolences can be left for the family and an online guest book can be signed at www.aldenwaggoner.com.
Richard Spingler
8-24-48 - 05-23-2011
Our brother Richard was born in Connecticut. His parents were Joseph F. Spingler and Nan Louise Braden. Being born into a Naval family, Richard lived in many different states, winding up in California where we settled down. Richard’s passion was cooking -- our mom always said her boys were better in the kitchen then her girls.
Richard finally found his happiness and contentment when he met Diane -- you could always feel the love they shared. Through Diane, Richard was also able to enjoy being a dad and grandad. He loved that part of his life, just as he loved living in Aberdeen.
We would like to say thanks to the special people in Aberdeen for being so wonderful to our brother. We know that you were a major part of Richard and Diane’s lives for many years. They always knew that they were loved by all of you.
Esther and Susan had the opportunity to meet some of you, and they found that Aberdeen is a warm and caring community. Through conversations we learned about Heather Shaper and Dr. Mark Horrocks at the Aberdeen Health Clinic. Richard and Diane had terrific care from them.
Allberto, Maggie, Bob, Lucy, Bobby, Pam, Brent, and Louise, you all made a difference. He also spoke highly of Kimmy at Wells Fargo, Ernie and all of his co-workers. He truly appreciated all the help he received from them and knew that all he had to do was ask. There are many names that we don’t know, but please know that you are important.
Please join Esther and her husband John on Saturday, June 25, 2011, at 11 a.m. at the Aberdeen Cemetery to share memories and thoughts. (We changed from the original time of 2 in the afternoon due to the scheduling of the Aberdeen Daze and hope that this will be a more convenient time for all who would like to attend.)
From all of us to all of you, thank you -- Kathryn, Helen, John, Sharon, Vikki, Skip, Susan, Esther and John.
Death notice
Dick Savage
Richard M. “Dick” Savage, 86, of Boise, formerly of Pocatello, passed away on Thursday, June 9, 2011, at his home. Cremation arrangements are under the direction of Alden-Waggoner Funeral Chapel, Boise.
Donna Treasure
Donna LaVon Olsen Treasure, 82, a resident of Aberdeen and Pocatello, passed away on Saturday, June 11, 2011, at Pocatello Care and Rehab after a long and brave battle with Alzheimer’s Disease.
Donna was born on Nov. 30, 1928, to Donald and LaVon Marchant Olsen in Buhl, ID. Her parents would move back to Lovell, WY, when Donna was a year old, and she lived there permanently until she was married.
Donna graduated from Lovell High School, where she was active in marching band – clarinet, glee club, French club, the National Honor Society, and she was a frequent vocal soloist. Donna enjoyed working at the local drug store at the soda shop, and told many stories of how much fun she had in that position. Donna was named to the Court of Beauty her senior year, and received a music scholarship to Brigham Young University. While at BYU, she participated in Opera Workshop, Madrigal Choir, and other musical groups.
Donna went to work for Mountain States Telephone Company as an operator for several years. It was there that she met Monte Jack Treasure, a lineman for the American Telephone and Telegraph Company. They were married in Elko, NV, on Nov. 5, 1954. Their marriage was later sealed in the Salt Lake City LDS Temple. They were blessed with eight children: Melodie Treasure, West Jordan, UT; Monte Treasure (Mary), Marysville, WA; Donald Treasure (Eileen), Idaho Falls, ID; Michael Treasure (Rebecca), Springville, UT; Tamara Treasure Kendell (Lynn), Pocatello, ID; Gregory (deceased), Elaina Treasure Hall (Mike), Boise, ID; and Sean Ray Treasure, Pocatello.
Though Donna stayed at home for many years raising her children, she also held several jobs she enjoyed: She worked at The Paris and The Modern Deb in downtown Pocatello, where she loved dressing the windows and working with clientele. She worked at a toy store at Christmastime for several years, where her love of Madame Mademoiselle dolls was born. Donna also had the difficult task of keeping the books for two family-owned businesses for over 30 years.
Donna was a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints all her life and held many positions: Primary teacher and leader, visiting teacher, Relief Society teacher and leader, Ward chorister and choir director, and finally as a temple worker in the Idaho Falls Temple.
Donna loved music more than anything. She was the President of the Pocatello Music Club and an active participant for many years. She sang in several choral groups in Pocatello and Aberdeen. She loved listening to opera, and said “…she felt the heavens near” when she saw Les Miserables in Salt Lake City. Donna was also an expert seamstress. Her favorite thing to do was listening to beautiful music or to watch “The Nanny” or “The Golden Girls” while she sewed. Donna loved sewing for her family, and there are probably hundreds of warm fleece “cuddles” to prove it.
Donna is survived by her husband, Monte J. Treasure; a brother, Ronald Olsen; and two sisters, Ruth Brage, Sylvia Wamsley; seven children; 25 grandchildren; and 13 great-grandchildren.
Donna was preceded in death by her son, Gregory Lynn Treasure; her granddaughter, Angela Dawn Avila; her parents; and her brother, Gordon Olsen.
The last two years of her life were spent at Spring Creek Assisted Living Center in American Falls, where she resided with her husband. The family thanks the staff of Spring Creek for their loving assistance.
Funeral services for Donna will be held Saturday, June 18, at 2 p.m. at the LDS Chapel in Aberdeen. A viewing will be held Friday, June 17, from 6 to 8 p.m. at Davis-Rose Mortuary, 170 Idaho Street, American Falls, and Saturday from 1 to 1:45 p.m. Interment will follow services at Mountain View Cemetery in Pocatello.
Funeral arrangements are under the care of Davis-Rose Mortuary, 208-226-2147.
 

Polly (Lankford) Heaney
Polly (Lankford) Heaney, age 87, passed away Tuesday, June 7, 2011 at Spring Creek Independent Living in Meridian, ID. She was born March 29, 1924 to William and Mariah (Whitaker) Lankford in Somerset, KY. Three months before Polly was born, a tornado demolished their home. The family lived with relatives until they relocated to Indianapolis, IN, where her father helped build the “Brickyard” home of the Indy 500. After three and a half years they moved to Fort Collins, CO, where Polly attended a one room school house for a year. In 1930 the family made their way to Southeast Idaho where she met and married Edward (Ned) Heaney on Feb. 6, 1948. They made a life in Grandview where they farmed and raised five children: Michael Heaney, Aberdeen; Margo (Don) Nicholson, Meridian, ID; Monica (Charlie) Wiebe, Aberdeen; Marcia (Brad) Hager, Las Vegas, NV; and Mark (Anita) Heaney, Pocatello. She had 12 grandchildren and 15 great-grandchildren.
She was preceded in death by her parents, her husband, three sisters, Eula Varley, Alma Johnston, and Inez Cornforth, and two brothers, Olen and Glen Lankford, and one granddaughter, Courtney. She is survived by her sister, Verlene (Bob) Mann.
Polly was a member of the Catholic Church. She loved spending time with friends and family. She spent many hours cooking those special pies and cinnamon rolls. Her neighbors knew the never-ending pot of coffee 24/7. Sometimes they even came on in to fill the pot if it was low - as the door was always open. Many generations of kids called her “Grandma Polly” no matter their last name. She spent joyful hours reading novels, playing pinochle or community service at tax elections, working the golf course and many auctions. Always ending her day with the warmth of “Good Ole Country Music” or Gospel softly playing through the house.
Remembered as feisty, never without lipstick and White Diamonds, lovingly admonishing her grandchildren, with many a catchy phrase, “And then they hung pictures.”
There will be a Celebration of Polly’s life at her home in Grandview on Saturday, June 25. Friends and family of Polly are welcome and encouraged to attend. The Celebration starts at 4 p.m. (come as you are).
In lieu of flowers Polly’s favorite charity was Habitat for Humanity at: www.habitat.org/cd/giving/donate.aspx?
Condolences may be sent online to: www.maws72@gmail.com.

Julia Rae (Heer) Isaak
Julia Rae (Heer) Isaak, 56, of Aberdeen, passed away with her family by her side on Friday, June 10, 2011, at Portneuf Medical Center, after battling with COPD.
She was born on March 14, 1955 in American Falls, ID, to Edwin and Martha (Underwood) Heer. She was raised in Aberdeen for most of her life. When she was in her early teens she went to stay with her sister in Washington for a few years before returning to the Aberdeen area.
Julia married Carlos De La Cruz in 1972, and they later divorced. She married Leonard Isaak in 1982, and they later divorced. Julia was blessed with two children, Jenifer (Marie) and Augustus (Joe).
She attended ISU VoTech and received a degree in drafting in 1994 and moved to Las Vegas to work in her field until returning home seven years ago to spend time with her family and watch her grandchildren grow.
Julia was an active member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. She was dedicated to genealogy, Relief Society and the Visiting Teaching program.
She is survived by her son Augustus J. Isaak of Boise, ID; daughter Jenifer M. Isaak-Sprayberry; son-in-law Christopher; grandsons Collin, Gowen, and Garradyn; sister Dyanna (Rusty) Hicks of Anchorage, Alaska; brother Clinton Heer of Aberdeen; sister Charlotte (Chuck) Johnson of Norman, OK; brother Victor Heer of Colorado Springs, CO.
She is preceded in death by her parents and her brother Edwin Leroy Heer.
A gathering of friends and family will be held on Wednesday, June 15, from 6 to 8 p.m. at Colonial Funeral Home, 2005 S. 4th Ave., Pocatello. A memorial service will be held on Friday, June 17, at 1 p.m. at the Aberdeen LDS 1st Ward Chapel. Burial will follow the memorial service at the Aberdeen Cemetery.
In lieu of flowers, the family would appreciate donations be sent to Colonial Funeral Home.
Condolences may be sent to the family online at www.Colonial-FuneralHome.com.
Stella Cardona Pena
Stella Cardona Pena, 76, passed away peacefully on Thursday, May 26, 2011 surrounded by her family at Power County Nursing Home from a long battle with Alzheimer’s disease.
Stella was born Oct. 4, 1934 in Karnes City, TX, to Rafael and Regina Cardona. She had six brothers, Ernesto, Eloy, Israel, Raul, Evelio and Genaro; and one sister, Esther Pena. She lived in Texas until 1945 then the family moved to Aberdeen.
On Oct. 17, 1948 she married Felipe F. Pena. They were married 62 years and together they raised three children, Carol A. Flores (Ron), Esther Johns and John Pena.
Stella never got to finish school but she loved to learn. She taught herself to read and write; her favorite subject was math. She was always taking classes and she finally received her GED.
She was employed by J.R. Simplot for 20 years where she made a lot of lady friends, sharing new recipes, especially Italian desserts and canning recipes.
Stella taught herself to sew and made her own patterns at a very young age. She was known in the community as a beautiful seamstress. She made wedding dresses, bridesmaid dresses and her favorite sewing clothes for her daughters and granddaughters.
She was an excellent cook and loved cooking for her family, especially during the holidays. She loved to can and she canned all the fruits and vegetables from their garden. She enjoyed camping. She and Felipe would take their travel trailer to Ilwaco, WA, where Felipe would go salmon fishing and she would can the fish and bring jars home for her family. Every summer she would take all the grandkids camping and boating at Twin Lakes.
Stella has 10 grandchildren and 12 great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her daughter, Esther Johns; a grandson, Michael Ron Flores; and three of her brothers and her sister. She is survived by her loving husband Felipe, her daughter Carol and son John.
The Rosary was at 6 p.m. Monday May 30, with a visitation from 7 to 8 p.m. at Blessed Sacrament Catholic Church, 667 S. 4th W. Aberdeen. The Mass of Resurrection was 11 a.m. Tuesday, May 31, with a visitation at 10 a.m. at the church. Interment was at Aberdeen Cemetery. Services were under the direction of Davis-Rose Mortuary.

Leah Johnson
Leah Johnson, longtime resident of Sterling, passed away peacefully on May 21, 2011 in Sandy, UT. She was the seventh of eight children of Ernest and Mina Rosa (Gfellar) Baumgartner.
Leah was born in Rexburg on June 1, 1917. Her parents were from Switzerland and homesteaded their farm. Leah was raised on the family farm in Hibbard, ID. Some childhood memories she shared with her family are: riding her horse, Nip, while putting up hay, then standing on Nip’s back as he ran all the way home; going to school in a sleigh pulled by horses with a hot brick to warm her feet; and dressing up her cats and kittens in doll clothes and playing with them. She graduated from Madison High School.
Leah married Lewis Johnson on Aug. 21, 1939. After living in Driggs while Lewis taught school, they rented a farm in Osgood, ID. Then in 1951 they bought an 80-acre farm in Sterling. There they raised cattle, potatoes, sugar beets, alfalfa, wheat, and four children. Leah and Lewis enjoyed square dancing, pinochle parties, reading and gardening. Leah and Lewis were happily married for 58 years.
Leah loved music and was especially talented with cooking, sewing, oil painting, and charcoal sketches. She was a graceful, giving, accepting, loving woman with a great sense of humor and incredible work ethic. She was a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and taught Primary for many years. Friends and family were always most important in Leah’s life.
Leah will now be with her husband, daughter Pamela, parents, grandson David, brothers and sisters, and other loved ones. Missing her here are her children: Jeralyn Moncur, Sharon (Knut) Fladmark, Larry (Mickie) Johnson, and Christine (Dave) Benn. She had 12 grandchildren: Angela (Richard) Zimmerman, Darrin (Christy) Moncur, Tanya (Brad) Smith, Tara Moncur, Cynthia Moncur, Kristin (Dave) Beeby, Disa Fladmark and partner Simon Diprose, Nick (Kim) Johnson, Ryan Johnson, Candace (Jay) Hart, Leah Benn, and Rebecca Benn. Leah has 19 great-grandchildren, and five great-great-grandchildren. She has two granddaughters and one niece named after her.
The family appreciates the love and friendship shared with Leah and her family throughout their lives.
Funeral services will be held on Thursday, June 2, at the Aberdeen LDS Ward building. Viewing will be at 11 a.m. Funeral services will be at 12 p.m. followed by internment at the Aberdeen Cemetery.
On-line condolences can be sent to: tanyababe12@yahoo.com.

Richard Joseph Spingler
August 24, 1948 to May 23, 2011
Richard Joseph Spingler died quietly in his sleep at the home of his sisters, Esther and Susan; his sister, Kathryn, was with him.
Richard is survived by his siblings, Kathryn Spingler of Tennessee, Helen Vanpool of Oregon, John Spingler, Susan Spingler Casady, and Esther Poma of California.
Richard will be interred with his wife, Diane Spingler, on June 25, 2011, at 2 p.m. at the Aberdeen Cemetery, 2665 W 1750 S, Aberdeen.
We welcome anyone who would like to join us as we say … LOVE YA!!!
Joseph H. Canfield
Joseph Harold “Joe” Canfield, 83, died peacefully at his home on Friday, May 20, 2011 in American Falls. He was born on May 9, 1928, the son of John Wesley Canfield Jr. and Mary Jane Malcolm Canfield.
I leave behind my best friend Dotty. I was raised in the Fairview area of Power County. “When I was young I needed shoes and my brother had some good shoes, I had an old ewe, so I traded it to him for the shoes and then the old ewe died. He never let me forget it.”
I loved animals and loved to fish until my health slowed me down. I worked many jobs throughout my life: for famers, (the Vanderford’s in Aberdeen), on the railroad, (UP and PFE), construction by Wendell and Glenns Ferry, ID.
I went to school at Fairview for eight years. I belonged to 4-H and was a member of the Moose Lodge. “I love people”. I was always known to play tricks on people or tell some good jokes, mainly about Chevy’s and Fords.
I enjoyed all the reunions “my nieces and brother Lewis would plan. I think the world of you.” It was great to go to one place and see so many relatives. I want to thank Will Rowe for all you did for me as a neighbor and friend. If I needed something you would come or send a worker. “Ornery Joe”
Joe was a great son, uncle, brother and friend. He will be missed by many, whose lives were blessed to know him.
Arrangements are under the direction of Davis-Rose Mortuary, 170 Idaho Street in American Falls.
 
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