Today's Obituaries and Guest Books
Name
Detail
Last
Name
All | A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
Talboy, .Pauline Pearl - Meridain  
Pauline Pearl Talboy passed away Monday, June 29, 2015 at her home. A Memorial Gathering will be held Thursday, July 2, 2015, from 4 pm to 6 pm at The Cremation Society of Idaho. Services are under the direction of Cremation Society of Idaho.
Share Memories and Condolences
+
Read Obituary
Published in Idaho Statesman on July 2, 2015

Yesterday's Obituaries

Townsend, Pamela Lee  
Townsend, Pamela Lee, of Middleton, Idaho, passed away Saturday, June 27, 2015. Arrangements are under the direction of Cremation Society of Idaho.
Read Obituary
Published in Idaho Statesman on July 1, 2015
Trued, Nancy Christine  
Trued, Nancy Christine, 67, of Meridian, died Monday, June 29, 2015 at her home of natural causes. Arrangements are under the direction of Cremation Society of Idaho.
Read Obituary
Published in Idaho Statesman on July 1, 2015

Obituaries from Two Days Ago

Taylor, Marilyn Anne - Boise  
Marilyn Anne Taylor 1926 - 2015 Our loving mother, Marilyn, was born on November 17,1926, in Renville, Minnesota, to Joseph and Clara Dvorak. She was the youngest of five girls. The family moved to the Minneapolis area when she was 10, and after the death of Marilyn's father in 1947, they relocated to Boise. Here she met Donald G. Taylor and two years later they exchanged their vows in St. John's Cathedral. They had a son, Mark and two daughters, Sharon and Vicki. The glow of married life spanned 42 years, dimming only with Don's death in 1991. Don was employed by United Airlines at the Boise Airport for four decades. He and Marilyn experienced many adventures during his career, making many lifelong friends and traveling extensively through the friendly skies. Although mom's undisputed primary career was devotion to her family, she too helped 'bring home the bacon.' Her experience in a Minneapolis bank gave her skills which she brought to Idaho and the State Capital Building. After raising her family she was employed by the Ada County Assessor's Office, Anthony's clothing store, and later, by Eimers Restaurant as a hostess. Though she was skillful in her performance, her wit and amiable character were the delights of friends, co-workers and customers. Marilyn regularly attended Mass and received the sacraments; she has been a faithful parishioner of Sacred Heart Church since its founding in 1952. She was an altar society member, sang in the church choir, volunteered her time and talents in other supportive roles, and coached the girls' softball team to first-place victories. Marilyn enjoyed playing bridge, bowling in mixed and women's leagues, and creating many baked goods and delicious desserts. She supported local sports teams - specifically: attending numerous Boise Hawks baseball games and never failing to watch a Boise State football game. She liked to travel by air (especially to the Hawaiian Islands), by car (to their tiny cabin in McCall and to sites on the Oregon coast), by RV (to Canadian destinations and treks to Jackpot), and by ship (cruising the inside passage to Alaska.) Mom's faith and faithfulness to her Catholic roots certainly helped instill in her the values of a loving and unpretentious existence. She enjoyed life and brought that joy to all who were fortunate to share an exchange with her. She will be missed by many, but none so much as by her children who never doubted for a moment that in her eyes they had value, were loved as only a mother might, and could count on her in any situation. Certainly heaven has welcomed another soul to its realms. The Lord summoned our precious mother on June 25. She was preceded in death by her husband Donald, her parents and four sisters: Arlene, Erma, Lorraine, Margaret / husband Gerald McBroom, and a few nieces and nephews. She is survived by her son Mark of Boise, daughters Sharon of Portland and Vicki of Boise, and sister-in-law Betty Jo Courtright / husband Phillip also of Boise, nieces and nephews. A funeral Mass will be celebrated on Thursday morning, July 2 at 10:30 at Sacred Heart Church, 811 S. Latah, Boise, with a rosary preceding it at 10:00 for those wishing to attend. Graveside services to follow at Morris Hill Cemetery for those who would brave the temperatures, with a luncheon afterwards at Hope Hall in Sacred Heart Church. Please dress for the heat (respectfully casual). Flowers to Alden-Waggoner or gifts to St. Jude's Childrens' Hospital may be made in Marilyn's honor by those who wish to donate.
Share Memories and Condolences
5
Read Obituary
Published in Idaho Statesman on June 30, 2015

Obituaries from the Past Week

Taylor, Marilyn A.  
Taylor, Marilyn A., 88, of Boise, died on Thursday, June 25, 2015. Arrangements are pending with the Alden-Waggoner Funeral Chapel, Boise.
Read Obituary
Published in Idaho Statesman on June 28, 2015
Teunissen Jr., Bernard - Nampa  
Bernard Teunissen Jr. 1934 ~ 2015 Bernard Teunissen Jr. went to be with the Lord on June 25, 2015. He died peacefully at home of natural causes, in the company of his faithful loving family. He was born on October 12, 1934 in Sanborn, IA, to Bernard and Elizabeth Teunissen. He was the 6th of 7 siblings, William (deceased), Mina Meekhof (deceased), Theresa Vander Stelt (deceased), Bernice (deceased), Betty Wigboldy and Arthur Teunissen. Bernard married Jane Boersma on April 17, 1957 and they shared an amazing, dedicated, and Christ centered love for 58 years. Following his graduation from Valley Christian High School in Cerritos CA, Bernard joined the army. He served in Germany and Fort Ord, CA. Bernard was a life long dairy farmer. This was a great source of joy and passion for him. He farmed with his family in Sanborn, IA, and moved to Artesia, CA during the dustbowl, and eventually settled in Corona, CA. After decades of success in dairying and family leadership, he moved to retirement in Nampa, ID. He remained vigorously interested in the dairy business in Idaho, and enjoyed watching his sons thrive on their own dairies there. His hobbies included travel, RV trips with friends and family, warming up during the winters in Indio, CA, and gardening. He grew some of the most beautiful Dahlias in his zip code, and was a master of pruning his fine roses. Visits to his children and grandchildren brought him tremendous joy. A strong believer in the grace and mercy of Jesus Christ, he taught his children well, and constantly sought opportunities to serve his church. A highlight of his life as a disciple was being a founding member of (then) Calvary Church in Chino, CA. He will undoubtedly be remembered for his kindness and hospitality to so many, for his warm handshake, and generosity of words and resources. His current church, Crossroads of Nampa, gave him great hope in his latter years. Sunday sermons were a highlight and he was eager to share the love of Jesus at any encounter. He served in many dairy industry related boards,including Federal Land Bank, Milk Producers Council and Class III of Ag Leadership Foundation; where he visited what was then Red China with Vice President George H. Bush. It was a true highlight in his life. He loved his country tremendously, and was genuinely concerned with current politics and culture. Bernard was an avid writer, and penned many thoughts of gratitude and encouragement to those around him. He was generous with advice, scripture, and kindness, and will be fondly remembered even for his lovely penmanship. Bernard is survived by his loving wife Jane, children Renae and Arthur De Jager, Bernie J and Anna Teunissen, and Frank and Leslie Teunissen. He was the grandfather to 11 grandchildren and 16 great-grand children. Each child was of great importance to "Grandpa Bern" and we cherish and embrace the many gifts he relished on our family: spiritually, relationally, and physically. His selfless love and legacy of giving will continue to inspire us all. The family would like to offer sincerest thanks and love to Anna Moreno, his precious caretaker, who was a tremendous support and comfort to him as he neared the end of his earthly journey. Encompass Hospice Care Center was also a strong pillar of support, and their kindness will not be forgotten. "I am not my own, but belong to my faithful Lord and Savior Jesus Christ." -Heidelberg Catechism A memorial service to honor and celebrate Bernard's life will be held on Thursday, July 2 at 11:00am at Crossroads Community Church. 4144 Amity Ave, Nampa, ID. Interment will precede the memorial service at the Hillcrest Memorial Gardens, Caldwell, ID. Services are under the direction of the Nampa Funeral Home, Yraguen Chapel, 415 12th. Ave. So. in Nampa -442-8171. An online guest book is available at www.nampafuneralhome.com . The family suggests that memorial contributions be made to Lifeline Pregnancy Care Center, 1323 12th Ave So., Nampa, ID 83651.
Share Memories and Condolences
10
Read Obituary
Published in Idaho Statesman on June 28, 2015
Teunissen Jr., Bernard  
Teunissen, Bernard, Jr., 80, of Nampa, died Thursday, June 25, 2015 at his home. Arrangements are under the direction of the Nampa Funeral Home, Yraguen Chapel. 208-442-8171
Read Obituary
Published in Idaho Statesman on June 26, 2015
Search results for:
Obituaries in Idahostatesman.com
Displaying 10 out of 1000+ Results
Powered by Legacy.com
Refine Your Search
Powered by Legacy.com
Reset Search
Search Obituaries & Guest Books
You are searching
Helpful Services

Create a Lasting Memorial

Share your loved one's story with a Legacy.com Memorial Website.

Find Advice & Support

Funeral Home Information

Additional Links

Powered By Legacy.com