Marianna Fehringer

Beloved wife, mother, grandmother and great grandmother.

Born in Senath, Missouri on July 9, 1934 to HD Holder and Ruby Wilkins, Marianna passed away Wednesday, June 17, 2015 at the Portneurf Medical Center with her family by her side.

She is survived by her husband Clarence of 59 Years, children Keith Fehringer (Machelle)American Falls, ID, Renee Scheierman (Reggie)Soda Springs, ID., Joe Fehringer (Laura) Eagle, Id., Debbie Jenks (Mike) Middleton, ID., and Michael Fehringer (Libby) Chubbuck, ID. Ten grandchildren (Lindsay, Erin, Tyler, Cody, Kristen, Robbie, Avery, Rylee, Angel and Lucas) and three great grandchildren, (Bryant, Eli and Sage) and sister Beverly (Jim) Reed, Michigan.

After her mothers death her junior year she moved to Sidney Nebraska in 1940 to live with her cousins Hervey and Helen Nelson and graduated from Sidney High School. She went to work at the Souix Ordinance Depot in Sidney Nebraska. She was roommates with Marge Fehringer and that is where she met Clarence.

She married Clarence on November 19, 1955 in Peetz, CO. and a few months later they made their way to Idaho to start their family and farm where they have remained until recently when they moved to Pocatello.

Clarence & Marianna enjoyed their life on the farm.

She had a great love for her family.

She enjoyed following her children in all of their various activities through their school years and enjoyed doing the same with her grandchildren. She was always their best fan and they kept her busy.

She loved to play cards with the ladies group and square dance with Clancy. Bingo was a favorite pastime during the winters they spent in Arizona. She was active in the Jayceetts and enjoyed bowling.

She was a member of the Blessed Sacrament Catholic Church and was very active in various positions and projects there such as Alter Society, fund raisers for the building fund for the church that she grew to love. She said the thing she would miss most about Aberdeen was her church when they moved to Pocatello.

Services were held on Monday, June 22, at the Blessed Sacrament Church in Aberdeen and Interment was in the Aberdeen Cemetery. Condolences and memories may be shared at

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