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Alsip and Persons Funeral Chapel

404 10th Avenue South
Nampa, ID 83651
(208) 466-3545
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Conner Family Funeral Chapel Inc

2685 Caldwell Boulevard
Nampa, ID 83651
(208) 461-7019
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Nampa Funeral Home Yraguen Chapel

415 12th Avenue South
Nampa, ID 83651
(208) 442-8171
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Zeyer Funeral Chapel

83 North Midland Boulevard
Nampa, ID 83651
(208) 467-7300
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Funeral set for Nampa teen who vanished last fall, was later found in creek - Idaho Statesman

Monday, February 27, 2017

Four months later, his body was discovered in a debris trap in Mason Creek, near the 1000 block of 3rd Avenue.A memorial service will be held at 1 p.m. Monday at the Nampa Civic Center, 411 3rd St. S.In lieu of flowers, the family has asked for donations to go to the Idaho Youth Ranch, 5465 West Irving St., Boise ID 83706. Arrangements are under the direction of the Nampa Funeral Home, Yraguen Chapel. Visit www.nampafuneralhome.com for an online guest book.Thompson was born Aug. 23, 1998, in Boise to Tyler and Sunny Thompson, the first of three children, according to the obituary.He “loved everything outdoors; hunting, trapping with his dad, fly tying, and fishing,” his family wrote. He delighted in vacationso to the Oregon coast, “could complete many tricks” on his skateboard and “loved magic and entertained us all,” the obituary said. He also loved music and played the guitar and mandolin, performing at local nursing homes.Thompson worked at Burger King and Office Depot and was a member of First Southern Baptist Church. He attended Victory Charter School, Nampa’s Union High School and graduated from the Idaho Youth Challenge Academy in Pierce in North Idaho. Earlier this month, administrators at Victory lauded his abilities as a student, remembering him as a “smiley, love-to-laugh kind of kid” who excelled ...

Kidnapping report leads to fatal crash in Ontario - Idaho Press-Tribune

Monday, January 16, 2017

ONTARIO, Ore. — Charges are pending against a Nampa man suspected of stabbing and kidnapping a woman prior to a deadly car chase in Ontario.“The caller described there was a female being stabbed right in front of her, she was very hysterical,” said David Goldthorpe, Malheur County district attorney.Ontario Police said that when they arrived, the suspect fled with the woman in a black 2014 Dodge Ram pickup, and police pursued the vehicle in the city and then south onto Highway 201.The pickup crossed the center line and collided with a 2001 Ford Excursion on Highway 201 near the intersection with Southwest 18th Avenue, Goldthorpe said.The driver of the Ford, David Bates, died at the scene of the crash. His wife, Jessica Bates, was a passenger in the Ford and was taken to a local hospital with serious injuries. The couple were from Vale, Oregon, according to social media posts.An adult female was found dead in the pickup truck. Her name was not released as of Monday evening. Ontario Police believe the kidnapping was not random.The vi...

Beloved Boise High teacher requested no funeral or flowers, but there are scholarships - Idaho Statesman

Monday, January 09, 2017

Los Angeles Rams NFL team for a brief time in the 1970’s — but ironically he found his passion in coaching golf, a game he didn’t play well,” the obituary states.He taught briefly in Nampa before joining Boise High in 1976 and was by all accounts deeply committed to the school. He is survived by three sisters, including Susan Sahlberg of Boise, and six nieces and nephews.

Death of beloved Boise High teacher/coach rocks generations of students, staff - Idaho Statesman

Monday, January 09, 2017

Carlton, 67, died Monday night. He was in his 40th year as a Boise High School teacher and also served as the Braves’ golf coach. He started at Boise in August 1976 after a short stint in the Nampa School District, Boise High Principal Robb Thompson said.Athletic Director Tracy Leinen was at the hospital when Carlton died, but she declined to discuss details of his death, saying Carlton and his family are private people.“It wasn’t expected at all,” Leinen said Tuesday. “It hit hard, and it hit fast.“As a coach, as a teacher, as a person, he’s the best man you could ever ask for.”In 1998, the Boise High girls’ golf team won the state title.“The kids he touched weren’t just the athletes,” Sandmire said. “He was the one who took kids in and took an interest in them, no matter what. One of my sons (Spencer Hattabaugh) says, ‘He’s the reason I graduated from Boise High, and now Boise State.’ ”That’s a common refrain among Boise High alumni, Thompson said.“He kind of came off as a gruff person with a wicked sense of humor, but he was very kind and very caring,” Thompson said, noting that Carlton spearheaded numerous efforts to promote school spirit and lend a helping hand.“One of the fundraisers that he did every year for the school and the golf team was to sell holiday turkeys, hams and oranges,” he said. “What a lot of people don’t know is he always ordered extra ... out of his own pocket ... and took those turkeys, hams and oranges to people who couldn’t afford them, or had lost someone or ... just people who were special to him and the school.”Carlton also “ran what we call the Brave Wave ... all of our apparel. He made tens of thousands of T-shirts over the years” for class reunions, senio...

Joan Daley

Monday, September 05, 2016

Joan Marie Daley, age 81 of Nampa , Idaho, formerly of Cambridge, passed away peacefully on September 1. Devoted and loving mother of Charles MacMurray and his wife Mary of Weymouth, Cathleen Jordan and her husband Carl of Nampa, Idaho, Lynda Garcia of San Jose, California, Kevin MacMurray of Boston, Stephen MacMurray of Santa Fe, New Mexico, Kenneth MacMurray of San Jose, California and Sharon Brink of Nampa, Idaho; loving grandmother of Katie Dundon, Amy Dundon, Colleen LaRue, Ryan Brink, Bryan MacMurray, Andrea Garcia, Jason Brink and Jamie Byram; loving great grandmother of Joseph Larue, Jr.; sister of the late Henry Daley, Mary Connelly, Grace Dunn and John Daley, Survived by her sisters Teresa Lambert of Needham and Rita Donovan of Watertown ;and her brother, James Daley of Watertown; and many nieces and nephews. Joan was a graduate Cambridge Latin High School. After raising her family, Joan returned to school and worked as an administrator. She was a giving, fun –loving adventurous mother, grandmother a...

Hilda Schmidt

Monday, July 11, 2016

Edna and her brother Melvin. She is survived by her children: son Mervin (Cindy) Schmidt of Ramona, OK, daughter Betsy (Norman) Olson of Glen Ellyn, IL, son Fredrick (Desiree) Schmidt of Nampa, ID, son Jonathan (Karen) Schmidt of Spokane, WA, son Ronald (Anne) Schmidt of Ponderay, ID; sisters AnnaMae (Glen deceased) Epp, Myrna (Verne) Zielke, Elisabeth (Walt) Heinrichs, brother Norman (Nancy) Regier, sister-in-law Lydia Regier, 16 grandchildren and 16 great grandchildren.Memorial contributions may be made to Avant Ministries with Ladusau-Evans Funeral Home serving as custodian of the funds. Online condolences may be left and viewing of the service at www.ladusauevans.com.

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Funeral set for Nampa teen who vanished last fall, was later found in creek - Idaho Statesman

Monday, February 27, 2017

Four months later, his body was discovered in a debris trap in Mason Creek, near the 1000 block of 3rd Avenue.A memorial service will be held at 1 p.m. Monday at the Nampa Civic Center, 411 3rd St. S.In lieu of flowers, the family has asked for donations to go to the Idaho Youth Ranch, 5465 West Irving St., Boise ID 83706. Arrangements are under the direction of the Nampa Funeral Home, Yraguen Chapel. Visit www.nampafuneralhome.com for an online guest book.Thompson was born Aug. 23, 1998, in Boise to Tyler and Sunny Thompson, the first of three children, according to the obituary.He “loved everything outdoors; hunting, trapping with his dad, fly tying, and fishing,” his family wrote. He delighted in vacationso to the Oregon coast, “could complete many tricks” on his skateboard and “loved magic and entertained us all,” the obituary said. He also loved music and played the guitar and mandolin, performing at local nursing homes.Thompson worked at Burger King and Office Depot and was a member of First Southern Baptist Church. He attended Victory Charter School, Nampa’s Union High School and graduated from the Idaho Youth Challenge Academy in Pierce in North Idaho. Earlier this month, administrators at Victory lauded his abilities as a student, remembering him as a “smiley, love-to-laugh kind of kid” who excelled ...

Kidnapping report leads to fatal crash in Ontario - Idaho Press-Tribune

Monday, January 16, 2017

ONTARIO, Ore. — Charges are pending against a Nampa man suspected of stabbing and kidnapping a woman prior to a deadly car chase in Ontario.“The caller described there was a female being stabbed right in front of her, she was very hysterical,” said David Goldthorpe, Malheur County district attorney.Ontario Police said that when they arrived, the suspect fled with the woman in a black 2014 Dodge Ram pickup, and police pursued the vehicle in the city and then south onto Highway 201.The pickup crossed the center line and collided with a 2001 Ford Excursion on Highway 201 near the intersection with Southwest 18th Avenue, Goldthorpe said.The driver of the Ford, David Bates, died at the scene of the crash. His wife, Jessica Bates, was a passenger in the Ford and was taken to a local hospital with serious injuries. The couple were from Vale, Oregon, according to social media posts.An adult female was found dead in the pickup truck. Her name was not released as of Monday evening. Ontario Police believe the kidnapping was not random.The vi...

Beloved Boise High teacher requested no funeral or flowers, but there are scholarships - Idaho Statesman

Monday, January 09, 2017

Los Angeles Rams NFL team for a brief time in the 1970’s — but ironically he found his passion in coaching golf, a game he didn’t play well,” the obituary states.He taught briefly in Nampa before joining Boise High in 1976 and was by all accounts deeply committed to the school. He is survived by three sisters, including Susan Sahlberg of Boise, and six nieces and nephews.

Death of beloved Boise High teacher/coach rocks generations of students, staff - Idaho Statesman

Monday, January 09, 2017

Carlton, 67, died Monday night. He was in his 40th year as a Boise High School teacher and also served as the Braves’ golf coach. He started at Boise in August 1976 after a short stint in the Nampa School District, Boise High Principal Robb Thompson said.Athletic Director Tracy Leinen was at the hospital when Carlton died, but she declined to discuss details of his death, saying Carlton and his family are private people.“It wasn’t expected at all,” Leinen said Tuesday. “It hit hard, and it hit fast.“As a coach, as a teacher, as a person, he’s the best man you could ever ask for.”In 1998, the Boise High girls’ golf team won the state title.“The kids he touched weren’t just the athletes,” Sandmire said. “He was the one who took kids in and took an interest in them, no matter what. One of my sons (Spencer Hattabaugh) says, ‘He’s the reason I graduated from Boise High, and now Boise State.’ ”That’s a common refrain among Boise High alumni, Thompson said.“He kind of came off as a gruff person with a wicked sense of humor, but he was very kind and very caring,” Thompson said, noting that Carlton spearheaded numerous efforts to promote school spirit and lend a helping hand.“One of the fundraisers that he did every year for the school and the golf team was to sell holiday turkeys, hams and oranges,” he said. “What a lot of people don’t know is he always ordered extra ... out of his own pocket ... and took those turkeys, hams and oranges to people who couldn’t afford them, or had lost someone or ... just people who were special to him and the school.”Carlton also “ran what we call the Brave Wave ... all of our apparel. He made tens of thousands of T-shirts over the years” for class reunions, senio...

Joan Daley

Monday, September 05, 2016

Joan Marie Daley, age 81 of Nampa , Idaho, formerly of Cambridge, passed away peacefully on September 1. Devoted and loving mother of Charles MacMurray and his wife Mary of Weymouth, Cathleen Jordan and her husband Carl of Nampa, Idaho, Lynda Garcia of San Jose, California, Kevin MacMurray of Boston, Stephen MacMurray of Santa Fe, New Mexico, Kenneth MacMurray of San Jose, California and Sharon Brink of Nampa, Idaho; loving grandmother of Katie Dundon, Amy Dundon, Colleen LaRue, Ryan Brink, Bryan MacMurray, Andrea Garcia, Jason Brink and Jamie Byram; loving great grandmother of Joseph Larue, Jr.; sister of the late Henry Daley, Mary Connelly, Grace Dunn and John Daley, Survived by her sisters Teresa Lambert of Needham and Rita Donovan of Watertown ;and her brother, James Daley of Watertown; and many nieces and nephews. Joan was a graduate Cambridge Latin High School. After raising her family, Joan returned to school and worked as an administrator. She was a giving, fun –loving adventurous mother, grandmother a...

Hilda Schmidt

Monday, July 11, 2016

Edna and her brother Melvin. She is survived by her children: son Mervin (Cindy) Schmidt of Ramona, OK, daughter Betsy (Norman) Olson of Glen Ellyn, IL, son Fredrick (Desiree) Schmidt of Nampa, ID, son Jonathan (Karen) Schmidt of Spokane, WA, son Ronald (Anne) Schmidt of Ponderay, ID; sisters AnnaMae (Glen deceased) Epp, Myrna (Verne) Zielke, Elisabeth (Walt) Heinrichs, brother Norman (Nancy) Regier, sister-in-law Lydia Regier, 16 grandchildren and 16 great grandchildren.Memorial contributions may be made to Avant Ministries with Ladusau-Evans Funeral Home serving as custodian of the funds. Online condolences may be left and viewing of the service at www.ladusauevans.com.