Paul Dean Scrivener
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Paul "Dean" Scrivener passed away June 6, 2014 in a local hospital with his wife, Bobbi, and son, Tommy, by his side following a long and courageous battle with cancer. He was born July 13, 1941 to Laura Louise and Cleo Scrivener in Springfield, Missouri. Dean was one of five children having two brothers and two sisters. He lived in Missouri for approximately 25 years.
Dean has a daughter, Patrician Ann, and a son, Rodney Scrivener, from previous marriages. In 1977, he met and married Barbara "Bobbi" Ann Hahn and with this marriage, gained another young son, Tommy, who he loved dearly and raised as his very own.
Dean worked for General Motors in many different capacities throughout his younger life in California. He moved to Boise with Bobbi in July 1994. He had fallen in love with all the golf courses and country while moving his mother-in-law and son, Tommy, to Boise. This made his decision to move to here and finish out his life in the country he loved, enjoying its beauty.
Dean loved his job in later years working for the Youth Ranch and later working for his boss, Joe, who became one of his main supporters during his battle with cancer. While at the Youth Ranch, he did much wheeling and dealing with the "bargains" acquired through this job.
Dean was an avid golfer and spent many hours on the golf course with his special friends who also enjoyed the sport he loved. He also loved working and driving his "souped up" VW bugs. He had a true eye for picking out Volkswagens that needed a new home and restoring them.
When believing that his cancer was cured, Dean and Bobbi purchased their dream home in Meridian which was closer to his son, Tommy, and his family.
Dean was preceded in death by his parents, two brothers, and one sister. He is survived by his beloved wife of almost 37 years, Bobbi; his daughter, Patricia; his sons, Rodney and Tommy (Shari Lynn) of Boise; and 3 grandchildren, Ashley, Tanner, and Dominick. Dean was loved by his family and friends and will be missed by many.
A memorial service for family and friends will be held on July 12, 2014 at 10:00 a.m. at the Columbus Park Ward LDS Chapel, 3020 Cherry Lane, Boise.
Relyea Funeral Chapel
318 North Latah Street Boise, ID 83706
Published in Idaho Statesman on July 9, 2014