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Idaho Obituary and Death Notice Archive - Page 213

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Date: Friday, 28 April 2017, at 7:35 p.m.

Elisabeth Hagn, 90, Lenore
Elisabeth Hagn, 90, Lenore, passed away at Clearwater Valley Hospital in Orofino Thursday, Oct. 15, 2009.
No services are being held. Pine Hills Funeral Chapel and Crematory are caring for arrangements.

Roy William Isbelle, 85, Orofino
Roy William Isbelle, 85, Orofino, passed away Thursday, Oct. 8, 2009 at his home.
A graveside service will be held Saturday, Oct. 10, at 2 p.m. at Sanders Cemetery, Wells Bench Rd.
Pine Hills Funeral Chapel is caring for arrangements.

Rodney Daryl Twedell, 78, Orofino
Rodney Daryl Twedell, 78, Orofino, passed away Tuesday, Oct. 6, 2009, at Sacred Heart Medical Center, Spokane, WA.
A funeral service will be held at 10 a.m. Saturday at Pine Hills Funeral Chapel in Orofino.
Pine Hills Funeral Chapel is caring for arrangements.

Deborah 'Debbie' Jones, 61, Weippe
Debbie Jones passed away the 25th of Sept. 2009. She was born in Twin Falls June 28, 1948 to Glen Jones & Ellen Wisdom.
She lived in Weippe for the past 20 years with her mother. The past 7 months, she was in Payette in a care center.
She also lived in Colville, WA, for several years. She married John Reed and they later divorced. She was also married to Don Anderson and they later divorced.
She moved to Boise where she finished her education with an A.A.S. Degree in Administrative Secretary. She went to Lewiston to Lewis Clark State College for three years.
Debbie leaves behind her four children: Dawn Thompson of Weippe; Johnnie Reed of Colville, WA, Mitchel Day of Union, OR, and Tim Day of Port Angeles, WA. She is also survived by her mother, Ellen Wisdom; sisters: Connie Spencer, Kathy McIntosh of Weippe, brothers; Steven Jones and Troy Jones of Walla Walla, WA Her 11 grandchildren and 2 great-grandchildren; step-sisters: Pauline Hill of Boise, Yvonne Logan of Hermiston, OR; Marlean of Boise; Grace of Hermiston, OR ; step-brothers: Allen Wisdom of Grangeville, and Ronald of Lewiston; and many nephews and nieces and uncles and aunts also survive her.
She was preceded in death by her father, Arthur G. Jones Sr.; her brother, Arthur G. Jones Jr; and a daughter, Lisa Reed, in heaven.
A memorial service will be held Friday, Oct. 9, at Pine Hills Funeral Chapel at 11 a.m. Pine Hills Funeral Chapel and Crematory are caring for arrangements.

Beverly Ann Wilson, 67, Orofino
Beverly Ann Wilson, age 67, Orofino, went to be with her Lord and Savior on Monday, Sept. 28, 2009. Her family and friends admired the strength of her faith and depth of her courage as she fought a 12-year battle with cancer. She was an inspiration to all who knew her. Her effervescent personality and impish smile always lit up the room.
Bev was born in Milwaukee, WI, on Jan. 31, 1942, to Don and Ingrid Ponozzo. From the ages of nine months to six years she lived with her maternal grand parents Lars and Jenny Ockerstrom and her favorite Auntie Sig in Iron River, MI while her father was stationed in the Philippines and her mother was recovering from illness. She was reunited with her parents and they moved to Weippe where the family helped to start the Ponozzo Brothers logging company. By fourth grade the family moved to Orofino where she went to school and graduated from Orofino High School in 1960.
She married Gordon Wilson whom she had met in high school in January 1963. Gordon was stationed in Darmstadt, Germany, where they began married life and parenthood with the birth of their son, Shannon. After Gordon's tour of duty, the family moved to Lewiston where son, Eric, was born. They lived for a brief time in Spokane, WA, before moving to Orofino. Here son, Sven, joined the family. While the boys were growing up, Bev served as den mother and room mother, traveled to sporting events and attended various other school activities.
Over the years she and Gordon took in seven foreign exchange students and numerous teenagers who needed a better place to stay.
For 30 years she worked as a secretary for the State of Idaho Department of Health and Welfare in Orofino. As a Sunday school teacher for the Ascension Lutheran Church (her second home), she arranged many Christmas programs. For 17 years, Bev served as Secretary/Manage for Orofino Celebrations Inc., the same position her mother had held the previous 30 years. Working with contestants was one of her favorite duties. Just a couple of weeks ago during the Lumberjack days, her mind and heart continued to be concerned about the contestants and logging show. Her dedication included volunteering for the Clearwater Youth Alliance where she directed the yearly fashion show fundraiser. Her compassion for all animals led her to foster dogs for the Clearwater Humane Society.
Bev is survived by her husband, Gordon, of 47 years at their Orofino home; three sons, Shannon Wilson and wife, Leanne, of Lewiston, Eric Wilson and wife, Stacey, of Orofino, and Sven Wilson of Plantation, FL. Three grandchildren, Kristin Wilson of Portland, OR, and Brandon and Kecia Wilson of Orofino also survive her. Special survivors include Aunt Sigrid Howerton of Independence, MO, several cousins, all of them her favorites, many special nieces and nephews, and also her beloved dogs at home.
Her surviving extended family include Dr. Scott and Kristin Fry and their children Steven, Emily and Mara of Milton-Freewater; Caroline Van Doorne and son Meryn of Holland; Andrea McConnell and children Brenden, MacKenzie, Allyson, and Bryden; and Jenna Nettles and son Caden of Seoul, Korea.
Preceding her in death were her grandparents Lars and Jenny Ockerstrom and Louis and Exilda Ponozzo and her parents Don and Ingrid Ponozzo.
A memorial service will be held Saturday, Oct. 3, at 11 a.m. at Ascension Lutheran Church with a Celebration of Life potluck luncheon immediately following at the Orofino High School cafeteria.
In lieu of flowers, the family suggests donations to Clearwater Humane Society, Ascension Lutheran Church, Clearwater Youth Alliance, or the American Cancer Society.

Virginia May Carter, 81 Orofino
Jennie Carter our beautiful mother, sister, grandmother and best friend went to heaven Sept. 26, 2009. She was met on her journey by her mother, father and three brothers.
She was born April 8, 1928 in Branson, MO to Frank Epps and Virgie (Holt) Epps. Jennie attended school in Branson and graduated from Branson High School in 1946.
She began her work career as a telephone operator. She started this when she still attended school. She also worked at a drug store/soda fountain. This began a lifelong career of waitressing.
A marriage in 1947 resulted in the birth of her two daughters: Cathy and Connie. She moved west when she was 28 years old.
In 1968 she married Thomas M. (Matt) Carter. Matt was employed in construction which enabled him to travel to several states which included: Hawaii, New Mexico, California, Arizona and Washington. These were some of Mom's favorite memories. Matt injured his foot on a job in Spokane, WA, resulting in their move to Orofino in 1978.
Mom resumed her waitressing at the Ponderosa. She loved working in the Garden Room, meeting new people and working with the good friends she had made there.
In her younger days she enjoyed bowling, playing bridge, pinochle and taking care of her flowers. More recently she liked her flowers, crossword puzzles, country western music and country weekly magazines.
She retired from the Ponderosa in 1989 after 15 years.
She dedicated her retirement years to her daughters, grandchildren and great-grandchildren. She tried to make time each week to keep in touch by phone calling her brothers: Charles and Fred, and her nieces and nephews in Missouri.
She will be forever missed by the daughters and family she loved so much. She leaves behind: Cathy and Larry Osborn of LoLo, MT; Connie and Steve Province of Orofino: grandson Shawn & Vickie Carlock of Rathdrum; granddaughter: Elizabeth Osborn of Missoula, MT and great grandchildren Shay, Tyler, Joe, Kayla and Kasey. brothers: Charles Epps of Kirbyville, MO; Fred and Barb Epps of Branson, MO; sister-in-law Billie (Epps) Howard of Halfway, OR; many nieces and nephews; special friends Penny Hasenoehrl of Orofino, Barb Hoag of Darby, MT and Patti Marvin of Orofino.
Jennie was preceded in death by her husband Matt, parents, and brothers: Warren, Jim and Bob Epps and a baby boy, Perry.
In lieu of flowers donations can be made to the Clearwater Humane Society, P.O. Box 2063, Orofino, ID 83544 or the charity of your choice.
Funeral Services with be held Friday October 2, 2009 at Pine Hills Funeral Chapel at 11:00 a.m. with burial to follow at Orofino Riverside Cemetery. Pine Hills Funeral Chapel and Crematory is caring for arrangements.

Ernest B. Kehl, Orofino
Funeral Services for Ernest B. 'Ernie' Kehl, Orofino, are scheduled Friday, Oct. 2, at 11 a.m. at Ascension Lutheran Church, 215 115th St. in Orofino.
Pine Hills Funeral Chapel is caring for arrangements.

Donald Richard Lange, 63, Pierce
Donald Richard Lange, 63, Pierce, passed away Wednesday, Sept. 23, 2009 at Clearwater Valley Hospital in Orofino.
Pine Hills Funeral Chapel and Crematory is caring for arrangements.

Roger Olan, Walker, 73, Orofino
Roger Olan Walker, 73, Orofino, passed away Sept. 23, 2009.
He was born Aug. 8, 1936 in Los Angeles, CA, and was raised in central Oregon. Roger moved to Idaho in 1965 near Palouse, WA. Five years later, he moved to Harvard and began working for Bennett Lumber in 1972. He was a welder and fitter by trade, as well as a published author of Idaho history. Above all he was a mountain man at heart.
A private memorial has already been held. In lieu of condolences, please give of yourself to someone in need.
Pine Hills Funeral Chapel and Crematory is caring for arrangements.

Tony C. George, 47, Kamiah
Tony Curtis George passed away Sept. 22, 2009. He was born Aug. 2, 1962 in Clarkston, WA to Theron and Judy George. Growing up, the family moved to Red River while Tony was in second Grade and he spent the rest of his young life on Red River, outside of Elk City. He attended school in Elk City through eighth grade and Clearwater Valley High School where he graduated in 1981. After high school, Tony went to work in logging and went into business operating Jacks Repair. He pursued his entrepreneurial interests buying into the Perfection Tire franchise in 1998. He and his wife Angela owned and operated the Orofino Perfection Tire.
Throughout his life starting at a young age, Tony displayed his ambitious and hardworking traits. In high school, he preferred the shop class over any class and always had money in his pocket working odd jobs and during the summers for Harley Hammond Logging. He was a talented Jack-of-All Trades diving into any project with zeal and an eye for perfection. Tony loved his family and friends, always a willing and helping hand for his parents who remain in Elk City in the family home at Red River, volunteering and helping friends and community members in Kamiah and Orofino, or being the camp cook, creating his mouth watering dishes he so loved to make. Tony was very involved in his children's lives taking them hunting, fishing, dirt biking and camping. He supported them in their multitude of sports activities attending games, helping out with fundraisers and anything else that he could do. He and Angela built a beautiful home overlooking the Clearwater River and invested in additional real estate. He so enjoyed the "fixer upper" homes they would purchase, finding the diamond in the rough, completing all repairs and maintenance himself, turning the properties into profitable income rentals. He was ever watchful for more rough diamonds. Needless to say really, Tony was involved in so many different activities that we just don't have room to detail. Just ask any of his family and friends, and each one will tell you something about Tony, his life and good memories!
Tony is survived by his wife, Angela and children Cassidee, Garrett and Brycen all of Kamiah; his children Casey George, Kayla George and boyfriend Travis Beller, Breeana and husband Jeremy Dalton, all of Lewiston; parents Judy and Theron George of Red River; sister Tammy and husband Tony Shuyler of Boise, nieces Sarah Whipple and husband Jason of McCall, Summer Workman of Boise, and grandmother (Nana), Viola George of Clarkston; as well as many extended family members.
Tony is preceded in death by his grandmother and grandfather, Mary and Rhinehart Sudbrink; and grandfather, Glen George.
Tony loved his family dearly and touched many lives throughout his lifetime. He will be greatly missed by all that knew him, his dear family, friends, co-workers, loyal customers and by his favorite family pet "Simon".
A memorial service was held Friday, Sept. 25 at St. Catherine's Catholic Church in Kamiah. The family requests in lieu of flowers, donations be made in honor of Tony to the Back Country Medics at PO Box 586 Orofino, ID 83544.

Holly Renee Jacobson Messelt, 42, formerly of Southwick
On Thursday, Sept. 17, 2009, Holly Renee Jacobson Messelt left this world to be with her Lord and Savior. She was met there by her father, Robert Lewis Jacobson.
She leaves behind two beautiful daughters, Casey Lynn Jacobson, 11 years, and Audrey Rose Messelt, 11 months. Holly's daughters were the light and joy of her life. She was a wonderful wife and an awesome mother. Holly would never rest until she was sure all her babies' needs were met and they were well cared for. Holly would sometimes place more care into the needs of others before herself, and she was a diligent worker and took pride in everything she did.
Holly loved winter, and would always try to get this "Southern Boy" to try winter sports such as snowmobiling or skiing. Holly loved her horses and just about anything to do with a horse. Holly had a smile that would light up the darkest day, and all who met her instantly liked her. Holly would start every day with a prayer and a warm hello and, for me, "Good morning, lover."
Holly was born Nov. 4, 1966, at Phoenix, AZ. She lived in Southwick until age 10, then in Clarkston, WA. She graduated from Clarkston High School and attended the American College in Arizona.
Holly, you are so loved and missed. There will never be another like you and your memory will never be allowed to die. Go with Jesus, my love, and I know you are watching over your girls and me from above.
Vassar-Rawls Funeral Home has been entrusted with arrangements.

Brandy Ann Baxter, 26, formerly of Orofino
Brandy Ann Baxter, beloved wife, mother, daughter and friend, was taken from us all too soon on Thursday, Sept. 17, 2009. She was 26.
Brandy was born in Lewiston on Sept. 17, 1983, to Rose and Greg Cox. She moved to Orofino and attended school there before moving back to Lewiston, where she resided with her husband, Joe, and daughters Kjerstin Ann Marie and Samantha Ray Baxter.
She enjoyed camping with family and friends, riding horses and snowmobiling on her stepfather's ranch in Orofino. Brandy brought joy to all who ever met and knew her.
Brandy is survived by her husband, Joe; daughters Kjerstin and Samantha; mother Rose Turney; father Greg Cox; brother Jeremy and sister-in-law Kim Cox; nieces Honesty, Destiny and Sierra; stepfather Ray Turney; stepmother Sherill Turney; grandparents Bob and Lila Turney; mother-in-law Jennifer Baxter; and grandparents Nick and Diane Bayer.
A memorial service will be at noon Saturday at the National Guard Armory on U.S. Highway 12 in Orofino, followed by a covered-dish dinner.
Vassar-Rawls Funeral Home has been entrusted with arrangements.

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