Linda Broncho, 53, of Gibson passed away Sunday, Feb. 2, 2014.
She was born Sept. 8, 1960 in Pocatello, the daughter of Bert Broncho and Eva Hardy Broncho.
Linda received her GED at Washington State and then went to AGC Teamster Truck Driver Training in Weiser. After working in these non-traditional fields, Linda went to college at ISU where she received her license as a nail technician and ultimately earned her associate’s degree in Marketing and Management.
Linda wasn’t afraid of hard work: she worked right alongside men in road construction and at FMC, then as a secretary at TERO, as a TERO commissioner and as a gaming commissioner. She was very opinionated and often stood up for the working man by politicking and doing her homework about controversial interests.
She enjoyed having fun and socializing with people; she was truly the life of the party! She was known as Linda Bull and for being the most particular shopper. Often dressed in her “fancy” wardrobe, Linda was noted for dolling up in her diamonds, jewels and Ralph Lauren outfits. Even while doing her nails at the kitchen table, she wore silk robes and fur- trimmed slippers.
Almost all her friends have a story about Bull. Among other things, experiences with Linda were certain to be entertaining and fun. Linda was always laughing, teasing, telling jokes and harassing people. Linda even had a short career as a bartender in Leroy’s Pow-wow Lounge. Anyone remember, Edna Mary?
When Linda became a mom, she was a very protective parent not trusting her babies' care to anyone but Gramps and “the Mother.” Linda was just as particular about her kids’ appearance and dressed George and Jay just as fancy as she was.
Linda is survived by her son, Brennen George and daughter, JaLynn George; mother, Eva Hardy Broncho; brothers, Weldon and Paul Broncho; sister Myrna Broncho; and nieces, BaNocka Brunette and Kailei Broncho Perry, all of Gibson.
She was preceded in death by her fathers, Bert Broncho and Edwin Broncho; brother, Murphy Broncho; grandparents, Daniel and Lillie Teton Broncho and Henry, Bessie Nanneky Hardy and grandfather, Edwin LeRoy Broncho.
Linda will be taken to her residence on Thursday, Feb. 6 for visitation from 9 a.m. – 1 p.m. A traditional burial will be held at 2 p.m. on Thursday, Feb. 6, 2014 at the Cedars Cemetery.
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