March 15th, 2011
Nina Anderson Mecham, 85, of Blackfoot, Idaho passed away Saturday, March 12, 2011 at the Willows in Blackfoot.
Nina was born on May 20, 1925 in Goshen, Idaho to Andrew Christian Anderson and Clara Marie Jensen.Â She attended schools in Shelley, Thomas, Moreland and graduated from Blackfoot in 1943.Â Later she attended Business College in Pocatello.Â She lived in Goshen, Shelley, Riverton, Thomas, Riverside, Blackfoot and Pingree.
On March 20, 1944 Nina married Alvin John Mecham in the Salt Lake LDS Temple.Â They were later divorced.
Etha was born on April 22, 1914, in Dixon, Wyo., to Elzie Earl Eversole and Emma Louisa Stocks. She was the second child of eight and the first girl in the family. She always looked up to her older brother, Sanford (deceased), who took her on many adventures as they were growing up.
As the oldest girl in the family she took care of her younger siblings, Frank (deceased), Lee (deceased), Dale (deceased), Lucille (deceased), Don (Evanston, Wyo.) and Patricia (Mrs. Bill Meehan, Layton, Utah).
Judith âJudyâ Lee Rundle, 72, of Blackfoot passed away Friday, March 11, 2011 at her home.
Judy was born Aug. 26, 1938 in Detroit, Mich., to Norval Wenner and Henrietta Woiderski.Â Judy graduated from Firth High School in Michigan in 1957. She lived in Michigan until 1961, when she moved to Southern California.Â She lived there until 1997, when she moved to Blackfoot and has lived here ever since.
On Aug. 4, 1966 Judy married Douglas Rundle in Santa Anna, Calif.Â
November 27, 1930 â March 11, 2011
Our beloved husband, father, brother, grandfather, and great-grandfather, Rolla John Windley, 80, of Lindon, Utah, passed away on March 11, 2011, in Salt Lake City, Utah due to heart failure.
He was born in Bloomington, Idaho, on Nov. 27, 1930, on Thanksgiving Day. Rolla was the fifth of six children born to John Gordon Windley and Vilda Thornock Windley.
Claude Everett Lilya, 86, of Groveland passed away Thursday, March 10, 2011, at the Bingham Memorial Hospital.
He was born Nov. 22, 1924, the son of Ernest Otto Lilya and Mary Jane Simper. He was the youngest of five children including three brothers, Marvin, Ruben, Freeman and a sister, Orva Park.
He attended school in McDonaldville, in a two-room school, through the eighth grade. During his high school years he drove a school bus. He graduated from Blackfoot High School in May of 1943.
Claude married his high school sweetheart, Grace Smith, in the Logan LDS Temple on July 9, 1943.
Elizabeth âBettyâ Louise Lewis, 80, of Pocatello, passed away on March 12, 2011. at the Ashley Manor in Chubbuck.
Betty was born July 21, 1930, in Firth to Adolph Bartausky and Cristina Worthen.Â She attended St. Margaretâs Catholic Boarding School until eighth grade, graduating from Firth High School.
On April 10, 1950, Betty married Paul E. Lewis in Blackfoot.Â Together they had four children, Gary, Don, Darrell and Cathy.Â Paul preceded her in death in May of 1983.Â
THOMAS âÂ Snake River band director Randy Brady has wasted no time making big improvements to the Snake River School District band program and the community can hear it for themselves at a concert Wednesday. It begins at 7 p.m. in the Snake River High School Auditorium. The concert features band students in seventh through 12th grades.
Brady's first job upon graduation came last year as director of the Snake River band program. Taking things one step at a time, he is committed to creating a program that offers new opportunities and excels.
Our beloved husband, father, brother, grandfather, and great-grandfather, Rolla John Windley, 80, of Lindon, Utah, passed away on March 11, 2011 in Salt Lake City, Utah due to heart failure.
Georgia F. Mosbrucker, 77, of Blackfoot, passed away Friday, March 11, 2011 at the Willows Assisted Living Center after a long battle with COPD.
Georgia was born on November 24, 1933 in Campwood, Texas to William and Mary Whipkey. She was married to George Mosbrucker.
They lived in Aberdeen until 1972 where together they ran the Conoco Service Station and raised three children.Â George preceded her in death in 1980.
Danny Leroy Dahlquist was born on October 3, 1953 to David Frankin Dahlquist Sr, and Fern Cora Elston Dahlquist. There was a small mix-up with his drivers license as it read 1952, and Danny was always excited about that, making him a year older.Â Danny was born, grew up and educated in Blackfoot.
Danny married Cherryl Camphouse Dahlquist in 1972, soon after they moved to Dallas, Texas, where his son, Johnathon was born.