Archive - Jul 12, 2013
Barbara Joyce Hatten, beloved wife, mother, and grandmother, was born to Gertrude and Jack Hill in December 1936 in Santa Cruz, California, and passed away on Monday, July 1, 2013.¬† She raised her children in California but in later life relocated with her husband, Christian Hatten, up to his native Idaho.¬† Barbara loved animals and instilled that love in her children.¬† She always had a dog and cat in her home and her lap was a favorite resting place for her pets.¬† Her living room was always graced with a piano and Barbara often filled the house with her wonderful playing.¬† She had a beautiful
Pedro Ramirez Jr., 60, of Blackfoot, Idaho passed away Wednesday, July 10, 2013 at his home.¬†
Pedro was born April 14, 1953 in Ft. Morgan, Colorado to Pedro Ramirez and Lucia Garza.¬† He has lived most of his life and attended school in Blackfoot, Idaho.
On February 2, 1974 Pedro married Elva Hernandez in Coachella, California.¬† They have four children, Lucia ‚ÄúLucy‚ÄĚ, Juan, Roy and Stephanie.
Vicki Lynne Wheeler Wilson Weeden, 71, peacefully passed away, Saturday, July 7 2013 at Kaweah Delta District Hospital in Visalia CA.¬† Born February 16, 1942 in Blackfoot, ID to Dean E. Wheeler and Geraldine Jones.¬† Married to David L. Wilson on June 5, 1964 in the¬†Idaho Falls Temple.¬† She was a teacher for the¬†Jordan School District.¬† She served faithfully in the Riverton 8th Ward in various church callings.¬† She was very musically talented and blessed with a beautiful voice.¬†Her husband David L.
Francis Kay Wildenhaus, 76, passed away Wednesday, July 10, 2013 at Ridge Wind Assisted Living in Pocatello.
Kay was born April 21, 1937, in Ferron, Utah, to Ernest S. Mower and Pearl Swenson Hancock.¬† She attended school in the Snake River School Dirstrict.¬† Kay has lived in Northern California and Pingree, Idaho.
In 1955 she married Thomas Wildenhaus at Pingree, Idaho.¬† Thomas preceded her in death in 1995.
Kay was a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.¬†
She worked as a salesclerk for J. C. Penney Co. for 30 years before retiring.
BLACKFOOT‚ÄĒThe Blackfoot school board is now complete after new trustees Dewane Wren and Derek Preece along with longtime trustee Mary Jo Marlow were sworn in at a special board meeting Thursday afternoon.
Wren replaced former trustee Peter Lipovac in Zone 2 and Preece replaced Taylor Johansen in Zone 4. Lipovac and Johansen officially resigned from the board at the end of June.
Mary Jo Marlow, who has served on the board for 16 years, was reelected in May for a four year term representing Zone 5.