Henry Glade Wilcox, born Nov. 21, 1953, age 58, of Aberdeen passed away May 27, 2012 at his home from a lengthy illness.
Henry was preceded in death by a baby sister, Beverley Ann, and his father, Arden J. Wilcox. He is survived by his mother Betty Jane, brother Nolan (Linda), sister Emma Sue, brother Forrest (Bonnie), sister Cindy Cordell, many nieces, nephews and lifelong friends, Nyle Thornley, Al Littlefield, and Doni Kirby, who loved him dearly.
Henry was a lifelong resident of Aberdeen. He graduated from Aberdeen High School, class of 72, and attended Idaho State University.
Terry Rae Flores, 66, of Blackfoot passed away Tuesday, May 29, 2012 at Eastern Idaho Regional Medical Center in Idaho Falls.
Terry was born Dec. 26, 1945 in Oceanside, Calif., to Charles Ralph Colvin and Barbara Marie Hill.Â She lived her lifetime in Blackfoot.Â
On July 8, 1962 Terry married Pedro â€śPeteâ€ť Flores in Blackfoot.Â
Terry worked with her husband at their business, Peteâ€™s Paint and Repair, for 21 years.Â In her free time she enjoyed crocheting, sewing, camping and especially being with her family.Â
She was a member of the Roman Catholic Church and had worked at Saint Vincentâ€™s.
John â€śAlanâ€ťÂ DeGiulio, 73, of Sterling passed away Tuesday, May 29, 2012, at Bingham Memorial Hospital in Blackfoot.
He was born May 30, 1938 in Springfield, the son of Santo and Mabel Elizabeth Line DeGiulio.
Florence Condie, 91, of Blackfoot passed away on Sunday, May 27, 2012, at the Bingham Skilled Nursing and Rehab Center.Â
She was born June 26, 1920 in Swan Lake to Lewis James Petty Jr. and Edith Chella Howell.
She graduated from Downey High School.
She married George L. Condie on Oct. 29, 1942, in the Logan LDS Temple
Florence was a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints where she served for 14 years as the stake organist and served as various organizations as the pianist, organist and chorister and taught in the Relief Society.
SANTA CLARA, Utah- Christopher Jordan Chapman, age 20, died IN a tragic plane crash Saturday, May 26, 2012 in St. George, Utah. He was born June 17, 1991 in St. George, Utah, a son of Chris K. Chapman and Terry Lee Denney Chapman.
Jordan grew up in St. George, Utah. He graduated from Snow Canyon High School, then attended Dixie College, and the University of Utah. Jordan had hopes of getting a degree in Exercise & Sports Science in pursuit of a physical therapist career. He had an opportunity to work with a physical therapist for two years while in St. George.
Farrell DeVon Cammack, 69, a lifetime Blackfoot resident, passed away Tuesday, May 29, 2012, at his home following a valiant battle with cancer .
He was born June 21, 1942 in Riverside to Wilbert and Eunice Ward Cammack.
He attended school in Blackfoot, graduating from Blackfoot High School.Â Following high school Farrell enlisted in the United States Air Force.Â He served in Vietnam and the Philippines from 1961 to 1965.
Family, friends, teachers, administrators and staff members celebrated with the 126 graduates of Snake River HIgh School Wednesday evening.
"Every class forges its own identity; its own uniqueness," said SRHS principal Dean Bonney.
The class of 2012 has received $247,000 in scholarships and awards.
Three more banners have been hung in the gymnasiumâ€”for state championships in boys soccer, football and volleyball.
Twelve different teams represented Snake River at state events.
"What's unique about this class is how well you treat one another," Bonney said.
The Eastern Idaho State Fair is celebrating its 110th birthday and you're invited to the Barnyard Birthday Bash Sept. 1-8.
"It's the place for lots of excitement and fun," said fair director Brandon Bird. He announced this year's grandstand entertainment at the offices of I.E. Productions, the company charged with promoting the fair.
On Thursday and Friday of fair week there will be two concerts sure to please rock and roll fans, Bird said.
As the longest running city councilmen in Blackfoot, Farrell Cammack was clearly loved and respected by his friends and colleagues within the city offices and will be sorely missed. Cammack died at his home Tuesday evening after a tough battle with cancer.
Cammack had just been re-elected to another four-year term last November, making it his fifth term and his 17th year of service to the city. He continued to serve right up to his death.
Blackfoot Mayor Mike Virtue thought earnestly before speaking of his councilman and friend.
Seventh District Judge Jon J. Shindurling heard arguments for quashing the death warrant issued against former Blackfoot resident Richard A. Leavitt Wednesday.
Leavitt was convicted of first-degree murder in 1985 for the mutilation and stabbing of Danette Elg. He is set to be executed on June 12.
After hearing all the arguments, Shindurling left the death warrant in place.