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The Times OBITUARIES - October 2012
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Elva Isabelle Anderson
Elva Isabelle Anderson, 97, passed away Monday, Oct. 29, 2012 at her home with her family surrounding her at her side.
Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. on Monday, Nov. 5, at the LDS Valleyview Ward on 1433 Gwen Dr., Pocatello. A viewing will be held Sunday evening, Nov. 4, from 6 until 8 p.m. at the Colonial Funeral Home, 2005 S. 4th Ave., Pocatello, and one hour prior to the services at the church. Burial will follow at the Aberdeen Cemetery.
Philip Allen Satterfield
Philip Allen Satterfield of Boise passed away on Wednesday, Oct. 17, 2012 at the Kindred Care Center in Caldwell, ID, at the age of 67. Phil was born to Irvin Allen and Isabel Ann Satterfield on Feb. 25, 1945 in California.
Phil was a graduate of Aberdeen High School in 1963 and attended ISU Vo-Tech College earning a degree in printing. He did his apprenticeship in Rexburg, ID, for Porter’s Print Shop.
Phil married Sandi Simmons of Hazelton, ID, on Nov. 27, 1969. They moved to Twin Falls, ID, and later to Boise and were blessed with two daughters, Jenny and Amber. Phil and Sandy were later divorced. While in Boise, Phil managed Northwest Printing and soon after, he owned and operated Saturn Printing on Vista Avenue. After selling his print shop, he entered into other business ventures including a miniature golf business called Golf Mountain, and later operating the Shamrock Tavern. Phil loved the outdoors and all sports, especially golf.
He was preceded in death by his parents, Isabel (Dolly) and Irvin Satterfield. He is survived by his children, Jenny (Scott) Martin of Utah and Amber (Noah) Ulam of Middleton; four grandchildren, sister LeeAnn (Chris) Christensen of Rigby, brothers Dean (Cathy) Satterfield of Boise, and Tim (Kathy) Satterfield of Aberdeen, along with several nieces and nephews.
Graveside service was at 3 p.m. Monday, Oct. 22, at the Falls View Cemetery in American Falls with Father Carlos Camargo officiating. Condolences and memories may be shared at www.davisrosemortuary.com.
Herbert E. Ingersoll
Herbert E. Ingersoll, 77, passed away on Saturday, Sept. 15, 2012, after a short, courageous battle with cancer.
Herb was born on May 26, 1935 to Leonard Ross and Irma Bassett Ingersoll in Rifle, CO, at the family ranch. He was the youngest of three children.
Herb’s early years were spent on the family ranch in Rio Blanco County. In 1945 the family moved to Meeker, CO, where Herb learned many of the skills that he would use throughout his life as both a cowboy and a horseman. Herb graduated from Meeker High School in 1953 and enlisted in the United States Army. He served for two years as paratrooper with the 82nd Airborne division and was honorably discharged in 1955.
Shortly after returning home from the Army, Herb and his entire family moved to Nevada. It was there that Herb married Pamela Idol of Meeker. They had two sons, L. Russell, and R. Douglas Ingersoll. Herb and Pamela were later divorced.
In 1966 Herb moved north to Idaho where he met and married the love of his life, Jeanne Elizabeth Turner of Bruneau. Herb and Jeanne were married on Feb. 14, 1969 in Reno, NV. Together they had one son, Joseph Ross.
For the first ten years of their married life Herb and Jeanne lived in Eagle, ID, where they both worked on, and Herb managed, the Idaho Feedlot. In 1978 Herb went to work with Dr. Millard Ickes in the newly created venture M.W.I. Veterinary Drug Supply in Nampa, ID. Herb and his family moved from Eagle to Nampa in the spring of 1978 where they lived for the next 23 years.
Herb was an accomplished cowboy both in and out of the rodeo arena. Throughout his life his ability as a “top-hand” was acknowledged by many who met and worked with him. Herb won several amateur championships in both the Nevada and Idaho Cowboy Associations along with several large team roping competitions. Herb was inducted into the Idaho Cowboys Hall of Fame in August of 2012. In his time at MWI Vet Supply the company went from a small three-man operation to a multi-million dollar business with operations spread out all over the United States and Great Britain. Herb retired in 2004 as the Director of Operations for MWI.
He and Jeanne retired to the Sand Hollow area of Caldwell where they ran their small cattle operation. His retirement was full of the type of life he and Jeanne loved the most; good friends, close family, horses and cattle. There was not a day that they could not be found in the saddle together or enthusiastically cheering on one of their grandsons in a game. Herb was a devoted husband, loving father, cherished grandfather, brother and loyal friend. He will be greatly missed by all who had the pleasure of knowing him.
Herb is survived by his sister, Margaret Heimann of Los Angeles, CA; brother, L. Robert (Allene), of Yerington, NV; wife, Jeanne Ingersoll of Caldwell, ID; his three sons, Russell (Mary) of Granite Bay, CA, Douglas (Mary) of Tahoe City, CA, and Joe (Erika) of Aberdeen, ID; his four grandsons, Conor, Ryan, Clayton and Ross; and three nieces and one nephew.
He was pre-deceased by his parents and two half-brothers Ross H. and David Don Ingersoll.
There will be a service to celebrate Herb’s life on Sunday, Oct. 28, 2012 at the Canyon County Fairgrounds in Caldwell, at 2 p.m.
Ray H. Snow
Our loving father, Ray H. Snow passed away at age 86, on Wednesday, Oct. 10, 2012, in St. George, UT. Ray was born on Feb. 19, 1926 to William and Mae Snow of Aberdeen; he was the 12th of 14 children.
Ray spent his early years working with his family, milking among the many chores that a rural upbringing required. Ray along with his younger brother Keith, would milk cows then deliver 24 quarts of milk in a hand drawn wagon to the Club Café, a diner operated by their father. Tending to the cows, and delivering milk built a lifelong bond between Ray and Keith.
Dad attended school in Aberdeen until he traveled with his father to work in the lumber industry in Washington State.
While in Washington Ray made the choice to join the United States Army, and defend the country he loved in World War II going on in Europe. On April 27, 1944 Dad was assigned to the Army Special Services in Germany and France. On June 18, 1946, Private First Class Ray Snow was honorably discharged and returned to Fort Douglas, UT.
Ray married Lois Lorraine Lasley of Rockland on April 4, 1949. They split the difference and settled in American Falls. Ray and Lorraine had five children; Debra Rea, Lois Ann, Keven Kent, Nora Lynn and Evan Dale.
In the early 1950’s our father went to work for the Union Pacific Railroad first as a Carman in Lima, MT, then at “Flaming Torch” in the Pocatello, ID, yard. Ray would eventually be promoted to Foreman of The Steel Car Shop. He retired from the position in 1987.
While working at the railroad Dad and Mom purchased a farm on Fairview Lane. Ray worked with his wife, children, and brother Keith growing hay, wheat, and sugar beets.
After his retirement from the railroad Ray and Lorraine ended their marriage and Ray relocated to St. George, UT, where he spent the rest of his days with his constant companion Claudia Jorgenson.
He was passionate about the railroads and farming, but when not working Ray loved to hunt, fish, and make beautiful jewelry from the rocks that he collected and polished. Dad was a lifelong basketball fan, later in life Ray changed his affiliation from the Boston Celtics to the Utah Jazz and followed The Jazz avidly.
Ray is preceded in death by his parents, eight sisters, four brothers, and son Keven.
He is survived by his sister Thelma Vollmer (George); daughters, Debra McCune (Phil), Lois Melander (Brent) and Nora Savage (Dave); and son Evan Snow (Launa).
Ray is also survived by his grandchildren: Nick Melander (Trish), Kurtis Workman, Tyler McCune (Rebekah), Spencer Snow, Justine Johnson (Paden), Kylie Snow, and Sayli Snow, along with four great-grandchildren Uriah, Eden, Ruben and Naomi McCune.
Viewing was from 9:30 to 10:45 a.m. with funeral service at 11 a.m. on Monday, Oct. 15, at The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints first ward building at 149 W. Central Avenue in Aberdeen. Military services and burial followed at the Aberdeen Cemetery.
Condolences and memories may be shared at www.davisrosemortuary.com.

Stanley “Wayne” Stroschein
Stanley Wayne Stroschein was born on Dec. 21, 1934 in American Falls, ID. His parents were Bert Eldridge and Esther Alice Stroschein.
If you knew Wayne, you were aware of his true and amazing character. His passion for farming started early in his life. He grew up in Idaho on a potato and sheep farm. He moved to Blythe, California with his family in 1946 and continued with his passion, farming.
Wayne met his true love, Gloria June Byrd, and knew instantly he was going to marry her. They were married on July 4, 1959; he saw fireworks that day and every day afterwards. Wayne served proudly in the army from 1956 to 1958 plus three years in the reserves. He served in the war room in Germany. He received an honorable discharge.
Wayne was a self made man; he grew his business into a very substantial and viable business. He loved life. Wayne was a very staunch conservative, he was proud of our Country.
Wayne is survived by his wife Gloria Stroschein of Blythe, CA; his son and his wife, Eric and Judy Stroschein; his son and his wife, Russell and Becky Stroschein; and his daughter and her husband, Debra (Stroschein) and Mark Keenan.
He is survived by 11 grandchildren, Kerri, Brett, Rushell, Heather, Brent, Kaylyn, Austin, Stephan, Caleb, Maddy, and Parker; four great-granddaughters, Charlie, Bethany, Breanna, Brandy; and numerous nieces, nephews, and cousins.

Lorin S. Warner
Lorin S. Warner 93, of Aberdeen, ID, passed away, Friday, Oct. 5, 2012 at Spring Creek Assisted Living in American Falls.
Lorin was born in Salem, UT, on Dec. 28, 1918 to Nellie and James Warner. He was the youngest of nine siblings. They moved to Idaho when he was a young boy and his dad farmed in the Arbon Valley area, later moving to Aberdeen. His dad passed at a young age and Lorin quit school in the eighth grade to help the family. At the young age of 17 he put a down payment on the farm with his brothers’ George and Glenn. Their mother also was on the farm with them.
He met the love of his life, “his Little Red Head” Wanda Welch, while pickin’ potatoes during potato harvest. They were married on March 6, 1942 in Pocatello, ID. They were sealed July 15, 1942 at the Logan LDS Temple. To this union were born three children Gary, Peggy and Wayne. Lorin and Wanda worked side by side on the farm for 68 years. Lorin was a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. He served in several different callings. Lorin and Wanda worked at the Aberdeen LDS Church as custodians for six years. As their health started to fail, they moved to Spring Creek Assisted Living in July of 2009.
Lorin was preceded in death by his wife Wanda, his parents, three brothers Roy, George and Glenn, three sisters Nellie, Jenny, Reva, Vera, and a baby sister who died at three and a half months Irva Maud; and one great-grandchild.
He is survived by his three children Gary (Lois), Peggy (Jerry) Zaccardi, Wayne (Linda), 10 grandchildren, 27 great-grandchildren, seven great-great-grandchildren.
The family would like to take the opportunity to thank all of the staff at Spring Creek for the excellent care they gave our dad. He loved all of the girls there. Also thanks to Hospice for extra care and love they showed him.
The viewing was from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 9, at Davis-Rose Mortuary, 170 Idaho Street, American Falls. The burial and dedication of the grave followed at 1:30 p.m. at Aberdeen Cemetery, Aberdeen, ID.
Condolences and memories may be shared at www.davisrosemortuary.com.

Tina Kay Wasia
Tina Kay Wasia passed away Friday, Sept. 28, 2012. She was born in Blackfoot, ID, to Ronald and Patricia Wasia. Tina loved spending time with her family and enjoyed movie night at her parent’s house. She loved being with her sisters and nieces and nephews and was especially close to her sister Chris. Tina never missed a birthday for anybody. Her three sons, Mathew, Aaron, and Preston were the love of her life. Tina always had encouraging words for others and was great at lifting people up. She was quirky, independent and never afraid to be herself.
Tina was preceded in death by her sister Chris Moldenhauer and is survived by her parents Ronald and Patricia, her sons Mathew and Aaron Workman and Preston Bethke; stepdaughters Rachel Downs and Sierra Ramos; her sisters Wendy Heinson (Darrin), Desia Anderson (Wade), Traci Harbart (Brandon), and Melissa Wasia; brother Skyler Whitnah and brother-in-law Cody Moldenhauer.
The Rosary will be at 6 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 3, at St. Mary’s Chapel, American Falls, with a viewing following from 6:30 to 8 p.m. There will also be a viewing at 9:30 a.m. Thursday, Oct. 4, with Funeral Mass starting at 11 a.m. at St. Anthony’s Chapel, 524 North 7th Avenue, Pocatello. Burial will follow at the Falls View Cemetery, American Falls, Idaho.
The family would like to thank everyone for their support and prayers during this difficult time. Condolences and memories may be shared at www.davisrosemortuary.com.

 
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