Archive - Obituary
November 12th, 2013
Maria Consueloâ€ťCheloâ€ť Lora, 53, of Blackfoot, passed away Monday, Nov. 11, 2013 at her home.
She was born Dec. 7, 1959 in Zimapan, Hildalgo, Mexico to Narciso Lora Labra and Placida Cruz.
Maria received her education in Zimapan, Mexico and had lived the past 22 years in Blackfoot.
She was a parishioner of the Roman Catholic Church.
She married Nemorio Trejo on May 4, 1994 in Blackfoot.
Maria worked at Idaho Potato Packers, now NonPareil.Â She enjoyed cooking, singing, music and was very family-oriented. She was very kind, friendly and loved by everyone.
Lillian Timbana 60, passed away on Friday, Nov. 8, 2013 of natural causes.
Lillian was born on May 2, 1953 in Pocatello, the daughter of the late Stanley Guardipee Sr. and Nancy Diggie.
She lived her life in Fort Hall and Pocatello. She married Tom Jones and later divorced; they had two sons, James Jones and Eli Jones. She later married Clinton Timbana, her lifelong companion, in 1997.
Wade Lynn Hone, 42, of Idaho Falls and formerly of Blackfoot, passed away on Nov. 7, 2013 as a result of injuries sustained in a single-car accident. He will be sorely missed by family and friends across the United States and beyond.
Wade was born on Aug. 5, 1971, in Mesa, Ariz. He was the first of five children born to his parents, Dennis and Karen Hone. In his first four years, his family moved to Hillsboro, Ore. and then to Bellevue, Iowa for a short time, before finally settling in Blackfoot in 1975.
Cleo Dean Camphouse, 85 of Blackfoot passed away Sunday Nov. 10, 2013 at his home with his family around him.
Â He was born May 13, 1928 in Rexburg, the son of Harry Dioniesius Camphouse and Mary Christina Baggesen Camphouse.Â Cleo passed away not wanting to leave his family as they were the most important thing in his life.Â Peacefully Cleo went fishing Nov. 10, 2013.
Cleo was raised in a large family; he was next to the youngest of 12 children. All of his brothers and sisters have preceded him in death.Â
Zeltha Helen Clegg Rowley, 94, of Blackfoot, Idaho passed away Wednesday, November 6, 2013 at the Gem Village Assisted Living in Blackfoot.
Zeltha was born March 4, 1919 in Blackfoot, Idaho to Leslie Richard Clegg and Zila Buttcane.Â She was raised in Blackfoot.Â While in high school she worked for her father at Clegg Furniture Store as a bookkeeper. Â
Following graduation she married Melvin Cook Hooper on June 24, 1936 in the Salt Lake LDS Temple.Â They had five children.
Gary Russell BolanderÂ of Firth, passed away at the EIRMC on November 3, 2013.
He was born December 22, 1923 to George and NoraÂ Bolander,Â the fifth of eight children. He attended schoolsÂ in Shelley, Blackfoot and Firth. After graduation he married Lois Dye on May 24, 1943 in the Salt LakeÂ LDS Temple.
Chris Blake truly was larger than life. Any person that knew him can attest to that. Every aspect of his life was performed at full throttle. This began with the unconditional love he had for his family. Everything he did in life stemmed from his devotion to loved ones. He married the love of his life, Amanda Blake, in 1984 and began an incredible 29 year journey. Chris is also survived by his four children â€“ Heidi, Matt, Joe, and Miranda.
Nelda Faye Clements Swearingen, 85, of Basalt, passed away peacefully on Oct. 30, 2013, at The Gables of Ammon. She is now reunited with her beloved husband, Jim Swearingen, daughter Glenda Swearingen, and son Rodney Swearingen.
Â Nelda was born Jan. 16, 1928, in Idaho Falls to Elias G. Clements and Harriet A. Albright Clements.Â She grew up and attended schools in Idaho Falls.
On Aug. 3, 1944, she married Jim Cecil Swearingen at Idaho Falls.Â Nelda and Jim made their home in Basalt.
Kristen Marie Menta of Blackfoot passed away on Oct. 27, 2013 of injuries sustained from a vehicle accident. She was born on March 17, 1989, daughter of Tom Menta and Helene Siow of Fort Hall.
Kristen lived most of her life in Fort Hall. She attended Tyhee Elementary, Hawthorne Jr. High and Highland High School. She then transferred to Sho-Ban High School, graduating in 2007.
Robert E. Lee Baker was born on July 28, 1937 in Ranson, Ill., a son of Robert and Dorothy Baker. He passed away Oct. 25, 2013.
He served in the U.S. Navy from 1958-1962. After serving in the Navy he worked for the Union Pacific Railroad for 28 years.
He married Alva Anderon on Dec. 17, 1971. She brought four children into the marriage, all of whom he adopted. They include Vicki (Jesse) Torres, Cindy (Raymond) Nelson, Scott (Jami) Baker and Mark Baker. Other survivors include 11 grandchildren and 14 great-grandchildren.