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Buck Miller Hann Funeral Home and Cremation Services

825 East 17th Street
Idaho Falls, ID 83404
(208) 522-7424
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Coltrin Mortuary and Crematory

2100 1st Street
Idaho Falls, ID 83401
(208) 524-1000
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Eagle Rock Crematory

273 North Ridge Avenue
Idaho Falls, ID 83402
(208) 522-2751
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Wood Funeral Home

273 North Ridge Avenue
Idaho Falls, ID 83402
(208) 522-2751
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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.

As Utah's Cochran family mourns, Brits unravel mystery of London terror attack - Salt Lake Tribune

Monday, March 27, 2017

Kurt Cochran Memorial Relief Fund had topped $63,000, with more than 1,600 individuals donating anywhere from $5 to more than $1,000.Cochran's brother-in-law, Clint Payne of Idaho Falls, Idaho, said the money will primarily go to helping Cochran's wife, 46-year-old Melissa Payne Cochran — who was seriously injured in the attack — with living expenses and loss of income.The West Bountiful couple were self-employed, having spent the past decade building up Onion Street Studio, a music and rehearsal studio in the basement of their home. Dealin' in Dirt, an alternative-country band that recorded its first album in Cochran's studio, dedicated its set to Cochran at a benefit concert Friday night at The Acoustic Space, 124 S. 400 West in Salt Lake City.Jacki Chilton, owner of the venue, remembers Cochran as someone who helped band musicians "believe in themselves" and used his talent to put on great productions.The "tight-knit" music community wanted to honor Cochran, Chilton said, and hopes playing music he produced might help comfort his family."They've been riding with us since day one," guitarist and screamer Kurt Landenberger told the crowd of about 50 people gathered in the low-lit room as the show began.The Cochrans met the band members two and a half years ago at an open mic show, vocalist and guitarist Evan Mullaly said, and after recording their album, Cochran ran the soundboard for the band at various venues. Cochran was "motivating an...

Obituaries of residents from the District, Maryland and Northern Virginia - Washington Post

Monday, January 09, 2017

Amy Thorne, CIA officerAmy Thorne, 54, a CIA intelligence officer from 1985 to 1995, died Nov. 20 at a medical center in Idaho Falls, Idaho. The cause was a heart attack, said her husband, Steve Thorne.Mrs. Thorne was born Amy Kline in Pittsburgh and grew up in Fairfax County, Va. She also accompanied her father on his CIA postings to Africa, Asia and Europe. In 1995 she moved from Fairfax to North Bend, Wash., and later to Idaho Falls.Lester Schlitz, judge, mediatorLester Schlitz, 99, a Virginia state judge and member of the legislature who in retirement was a mediator at the D.C. Superior Court, died Nov. 2 at his home in Chevy Chase, Md. The cause was heart ailments, said a son, David Schlitz.Judge Schlitz was born in Portsmouth, Va., where he practiced law and served as chief judge of the 3rd Judicial Circuit of Virginia. He also was a Democratic member of the Virginia House of Delegates from 1968 to 1975. He moved to the Washington area in 1996 after his retirement and, until 95, was a D.C. Superior Court mediator, assisting in dispute resolution.Jean Rainey, public relations specialistJean Rainey, 91, who spent about 50 years as a Washington-area public relations specialist, working for trade associations, her own firm and for Edelman, died Nov. 18 at an assisted-living center in Washington. The cause was sepsis, said a daughter, Cynthia Rainey.Mrs. Rainey, a District resident, was born in Lansing, Mich., and moved to the Washington area in 1942. She wrote a 1972 book on practical tips for food shoppers and was a past president of the parent-teacher organization at Hyde Elementary School in Washington.Warren MacIsaac, Catholic U. professorWarren MacIsaac, 86, a professor for 25 years in Catholic University’s drama department and a spe...

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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.

As Utah's Cochran family mourns, Brits unravel mystery of London terror attack - Salt Lake Tribune

Monday, March 27, 2017

Kurt Cochran Memorial Relief Fund had topped $63,000, with more than 1,600 individuals donating anywhere from $5 to more than $1,000.Cochran's brother-in-law, Clint Payne of Idaho Falls, Idaho, said the money will primarily go to helping Cochran's wife, 46-year-old Melissa Payne Cochran — who was seriously injured in the attack — with living expenses and loss of income.The West Bountiful couple were self-employed, having spent the past decade building up Onion Street Studio, a music and rehearsal studio in the basement of their home. Dealin' in Dirt, an alternative-country band that recorded its first album in Cochran's studio, dedicated its set to Cochran at a benefit concert Friday night at The Acoustic Space, 124 S. 400 West in Salt Lake City.Jacki Chilton, owner of the venue, remembers Cochran as someone who helped band musicians "believe in themselves" and used his talent to put on great productions.The "tight-knit" music community wanted to honor Cochran, Chilton said, and hopes playing music he produced might help comfort his family."They've been riding with us since day one," guitarist and screamer Kurt Landenberger told the crowd of about 50 people gathered in the low-lit room as the show began.The Cochrans met the band members two and a half years ago at an open mic show, vocalist and guitarist Evan Mullaly said, and after recording their album, Cochran ran the soundboard for the band at various venues. Cochran was "motivating an...

Obituaries of residents from the District, Maryland and Northern Virginia - Washington Post

Monday, January 09, 2017

Amy Thorne, CIA officerAmy Thorne, 54, a CIA intelligence officer from 1985 to 1995, died Nov. 20 at a medical center in Idaho Falls, Idaho. The cause was a heart attack, said her husband, Steve Thorne.Mrs. Thorne was born Amy Kline in Pittsburgh and grew up in Fairfax County, Va. She also accompanied her father on his CIA postings to Africa, Asia and Europe. In 1995 she moved from Fairfax to North Bend, Wash., and later to Idaho Falls.Lester Schlitz, judge, mediatorLester Schlitz, 99, a Virginia state judge and member of the legislature who in retirement was a mediator at the D.C. Superior Court, died Nov. 2 at his home in Chevy Chase, Md. The cause was heart ailments, said a son, David Schlitz.Judge Schlitz was born in Portsmouth, Va., where he practiced law and served as chief judge of the 3rd Judicial Circuit of Virginia. He also was a Democratic member of the Virginia House of Delegates from 1968 to 1975. He moved to the Washington area in 1996 after his retirement and, until 95, was a D.C. Superior Court mediator, assisting in dispute resolution.Jean Rainey, public relations specialistJean Rainey, 91, who spent about 50 years as a Washington-area public relations specialist, working for trade associations, her own firm and for Edelman, died Nov. 18 at an assisted-living center in Washington. The cause was sepsis, said a daughter, Cynthia Rainey.Mrs. Rainey, a District resident, was born in Lansing, Mich., and moved to the Washington area in 1942. She wrote a 1972 book on practical tips for food shoppers and was a past president of the parent-teacher organization at Hyde Elementary School in Washington.Warren MacIsaac, Catholic U. professorWarren MacIsaac, 86, a professor for 25 years in Catholic University’s drama department and a spe...