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Ronald Tebbs

Monday, June 26, 2017

June 19, 2017 a few days short of his 80th birthday. Ron is survived by Carol, his wife of 60 years of Disney, Oklahoma; sister Beverley Henderson of McCall, Idaho; daughter, Kim Godber of Wrightwood, California; and son, Ron Tebbs Jr. of Disney, Oklahoma and owner of Ron’s Heat and Air in Vinita. Six grandchildren and three great-grandchildren lovingly remember him as, “Grandpa Santa” for his warm wide smile, white beard and jolly disposition. Ron lived a full and active life, teaching Advanced Biology for 38 years until 1997 in the same classroom where his own father taught Chemistry before him and as President of the Whittier High School District Teachers’ Association. After retirement, Ron established himself as an A-flight golfer in the Men’s Golf Association at PGA West in La Quinta, California and served as Treasurer of the Homeowner’s Association there. Ron is remembered for his devotion to family, even when personally recruited twice by Michael Jackson to head a proposed Olympic track and field training camp for black athletes. He worried that the young star was a “flash in the pan” unable to reliably match his teaching salary. He never regretted turning down the offer, though his family was in disbelief. His many students regard “Mr. Tebbs” as their most memorable teacher who made learning difficult material interesting. He once quipped, “I teach until their eyes get glassy, then I go ...

Obituary reflects on life of woman killed in her N. Idaho home -

Monday, May 01, 2017

Photo of Shirley Ramey and her husband of 57 years, Daryl Ramey. (Photo: Coffelt Funeral Services) SPOKANE, Wash. --- The obituary of the woman killed inside her home in Hope, Idaho reflects on her life as a life-long North Idaho resident.Shirley Ann Ramey, 78, died after being shot in the head, on April 5.Ramey went to Newport Schools, then Eastern Washington University, Washington State University and North Idaho College, according to her obituary.Ramey worked as a city clerk in Hope, Idaho for more than 25 years, according to her obituary. She “so enjoyed her work that she never missed a Council meeting, even while battling cancer,” her obituary reads.“She could also be seen around town sporting hats and scarves while lunching with the Red Hat Society,” her obituary reads.Friends: Bonner Co. murder victim was ‘sweet, sweet old woman’Ramey is survived by her husband of 57 years, her two sons, a sister, as well as multiple grandchildren and a great-grandson.RELATED: Former Bonner Co. murder suspect released from jail, charges unfoundedThe original suspect in the case, Nathan Utt, has been cleared of all charges. Authorities said Wednesday they did not have...

Blackfoot baseball player who died in wreck memorialized - Idaho State Journal

Monday, May 01, 2017

Sunday. Hours earlier, Baler was killed in a wreck that occurred around 2 a.m. on Blacktail Road east of Bone Road near Idaho Falls. Baler was a passenger in an SUV being driven by a juvenile female.Baler was a classmate of Hayes, and the two have been playing baseball together since they were 9 years old. On Wednesday, the Broncos’ baseball team honored their late teammate in a home game against Pocatello.AdvertisementBefore the matchup, Baler’s No. 11 jerseys, hat and glove were placed on first base, the position he played for Blackfoot, and given to his mother, Kindra. The Broncos also honored Baler with a ceremonial first pitch from Cayden Cornell. And when Baler’s No. 4 spot came up in the lineup, his name was announced and Pocatello threw a pitch to an empty batter’s box.“The last few days, it’s been all of us together,” Hayes said. “That is what you have to do. It’s helped everyone a ton. It’s a roller coast for all of us.“One minute, you are just all right, not good, and the next minute you are falling apart. It’s uncontrollable.”Pocatello presented Blackfoot with No. 11 bandanas that were signed by each Pocatello player. The Indians also wore one green sock to remember Baler.“It was even better to honor him with Poky,” Blackfoot coach Liam Pope said. “It was absolute class. It really was perfect.

Bernard “Bernie” J. Wlodarski, Sr. Obituary -

Tuesday, April 18, 2017

Wlodarski and his wife, Jean, Masury.In addition to his parents, Bernie was preceded in death by a sister, JoAnn James.The family suggest memorial contributions be made to St. Anthony Church, 804 Idaho St., Sharon, Pennsylvania 16146.Calling hours will be 5:00 – 8:00 p.m. Tuesday, April 11 in J. Bradley McGonigle Funeral Home and Crematory, Inc., 1090 East State St., Sharon.Funeral mass will be 10:00 a.m. Wednesday, April 12 in St. Anthony Church, Sharon, with Rev. Matthew Ruyechan, pastor, as celebrant.Interment will be at Our Lady Mt. Carmel Cemetery in Hermitage.Funeral arrangements handled by J. Bradley McGonigle Funeral Home, Inc.Order Flowers HereShare this:Related PostsAdvertisement...

J. Bruce Wackenhut Obituary -

Saturday, April 08, 2017

Ann Mathieson and her husband, Scott of Aurora, New York and Janet Michaelsen and her husband, Christian of Annandale, Virginia; two sons, Paul B. Wackenhut and his wife, Martha, of Blackfoot, Idaho and Norman C. Wackenhut and his wife, Socorro of South Lake Tahoe, California; nine grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his parents; first wife and a brother, Norman H. Wackenhut.Calling hours will be held on Tuesday, April 4, 2017 from 5:00 – 8:00 p.m. at Loutzenhiser-Jordan Funeral Home and Cremation Services, Inc., 366-368 S. Main St., Greenville, Pennsylvania. There will also be calling hours prior to services on Wednesday, April 5, 2017 from 10:00 – 10:45 a.m. in Roth Library in Holy Trinity Lutheran Church. Funeral services will be Wednesday, April 5, 2017 at 11:00 a.m. at Holy Trinity Lutheran Church, 1 Trinity Place, Greenville, Pennsylvania with Rev. Lee Penvose, Pastor, officiatingMemorial contributions may be made to Holy Trinity Lutheran Church, 1 Trinity Place, Greenville, Pennsylvania 16125 or to the Greenville Public Library, 330 Main St., Greenville, Pennsylvania 16125.To view obituary visit Flowers HereShare this:Related PostsAdvertisement...

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Church's first retired Air Force general to serve as a General Authority Seventy, Elder John R. Lasater, dies at age 85 - Deseret News

Monday, June 19, 2017

Utah, to Rowena Saunders and Robert B. Lasater, and spent his youth in the Ogden, Utah, area. He graduated from Weber County High School in Ogden, Utah, and married Marilyn Jones, from Samaria, Idaho, on July 21, 1950. They are the parents of five children.In March 1952, he enlisted in the US. Air Force and was a ROTC staff sergeant while he attended Brigham Young University. His “life changed” when he was encouraged to apply for Officers Candidate School and flight training, and although he only needed 14 credits to graduate with a bachelor’s degree, Elder Lasater decided to leave BYU to obtain an Air Force commission.He became one of 162 accepted for Officer’s Candidate School and one of 33 accepted for pilot training.In March 1957, he received his commission as a second lieutenant through the air Force Officers’ Candidate School at Lackland Air Force Base in Texas. From there he received his first flying assignment in 1958, and later accepted assignments that took him to California, Southeast Asia, Vietnam and Europe.While stationed in Laon, France, in 1966 (at the time he was serving as Branch President) Elder Lasater enrolled in a program through the University of Maryland to qualify for Operation Bootstrap, a program that enabled him to attend Omaha University (later known as the University of Nebraska Omaha) for six months to complete his bachelor’s degree in political science.Later, while stationed in England, he enrolled in an overseas program offered through the University of Southern California — combined with the London School of Economics, Oxford and Cambridge universities — and obtained a master’s degree.According to the U.S. Air Force website, he completed Squadron Officer School in 1966 and graduated from the National War College, Fort Lesley J. McNair, Washington, D.C., in 1974.During his military career he held many responsibilities and assignments, which included serving as a deputy assistant secretary of defense for European and North Atlantic Treaty Organization policy. He was also the principal director for European and North Atlantic Treaty Organization policy, and he worked in the Office of the Assistant Secretary of Defense for International Security Policy, Washington, D.C.Prior to his retirement, he served as the senior military adviser to the U.S. Arms Control and Disarmament Agency of the State Department, and was U.S. Commissioner to the Standing Consultative Committee at Geneva SALT talks XIX and XX, as commander of the SAC 4th Air Divition (responsible for B-52 bombers, ICBMs, and 28,000 men). He also served as deputy assistant Secretary of Defense under Caspar Weinberger.Elder Lasater and his wife moved more than 33 times over the course of his career.During one of the family’s stays in Germany, Elder Lasater served as a Regional Representative assigned to the Servicemen’s Stake in Europe — the same stake he had previously presided over — which, at the time, covered 65,000 square miles.“At the time of the call, Major Lasater thought himself an unlikely man for the job, since he was required to spend nearly all his time flying to various U.S. bases throughout Europe, training and evaluating pilot performance,” a...

Obituaries for Saturday, June 10 - Fresno Bee

Saturday, June 10, 2017

St. Joseph Catholic Church. Rosary: 6 p.m. June 12 at the church. Mass: 9 a.m. June 13 at the church. Arrangements: Farewell-Page Funeral Chapel.YOUNGBLOOD — Marjorie Nadean Youngblood, 70, of Idaho Falls, Idaho, formerly of Tulare, died May 24. She was an administration clerk for the California National Guard for 20 years. Visitation: Noon to 8 p.m. June 13 at Peers-Lorentzen Funeral Chapel in Tulare. Chapel Service: 9:30 a.m. June 14 at the funeral home.

Obituary of Leal Marilyn Portis - The Union of Grass Valley

Monday, May 01, 2017

Junction City, Oregon.Leal is preceded in death by her husband of 50 years, Lloyd Portis. A celebration of life service will be held from 1-4 p.m., on May 27, 2017 at the Foothills Event Center, 400 Idaho Maryland Rd., Grass Valley, California 95945. Desserts will be served.

Devin Meyers - Mountain Home News

Tuesday, April 18, 2017

Douglas and Sheila Meyers. He attended schools in Meridian and Kuna before moving back to Grand View and graduated from Rimrock Jr. / Sr. High. He attended welding school at College of Southern Idaho before leaving to work in the oil fields of North Dakota.Devin’s passions included welding, running equipment, farming, hunting and shooting, as well as riding motorcycles and four-wheelers. His was one of a kind — he had a contagious smile and always a witty comment. Devin had a fearless attitude, and could be known as a rebel. He will be deeply missed.Devin is survived by his mother, Sheila Meyers of Boise; his father, Douglas and his wife, Jennifer Meyers of Grand View; his brothers, Danny and his wife Lana DeBeaumont of Boise and Michael Dylan Meyers of Boise; his step-sister, Jaden Pollard of Grand View; his paternal grandmother, Cherry Meyers of Grand View; his maternal grandparents, John and Sandra Riegles of Boise; and numerous aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his grandfather, Ray Meyers.