Jerry Pyne

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Jerry Glen Pyne " Pynutz"
POCATELLO - Jerry Pyne passed away November 16, 2011, at his home in Pocatello at the age of 69 from congestive heart failure.
Jerry was born November 15, 1942 to Reuben and Beulah Pyne in American Fork, Utah. He graduated from Orem High School in Utah.
He moved to Salt Lake City, Utah where he leased several service stations before moving to the Pocatello area in 1970, where he owned Midas Muffler. In 1974, he started working for Union Pacific Railroad and retired in 2005 after 31 years of service.
Jerry was also a resident of Island Park for several years. The cabin, located in Shot Gun was his favorite place to be. He always said he wanted three things, a Harley Davidson, a cabin in Island Park and a big shop. It was his pride and joy. He enjoyed snow mobiling, 4-wheeling and riding his various bikes. He was a great mechanic and enjoyed wrenching on all of his toys. He also collected authentic boots and was a collector of classic memorabilia. He was the ultimate pool shark.
He was survived by his wife, Bonnie Pyne; sister, Jolene (Gary) Horrocks; brother, Ivan (Jackie) Pyne; son, Steven (Kristy) Pyne; daughter, Jodi (Darrin) Clendennen; son, Justin (Tara) Pyne; step-son, Nick (Karen) Scott; step-son, Derek (Holly) Scott; and step-daughter, Jobee (Kelly) Scott-Wainwright, 18 grandchildren, Joshua, Jordan (Sadie), Jackson, Kenzie, Keziah, Channer, Megan, Jared, Mason, Tyler, Corbin, Kaytlynn, Olivia, Danika, Dylan, Drake, Tyson and Kenneth and one great-grand child, Jake.
A gathering will be held for friends and family on Sunday, November 20, 2011, at the Cedar Hills Condominiums at the Club House from 1:00-4:00.
A Celebration of his life will be held in the Summer at his cabin in Island Park
Published in Idaho State Journal from Nov. 18 to Nov. 22, 2011
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