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Jackson, Aletha Pauline - Boise  
Aletha Neindorf Reynolds Jackson 1925 ~ 2016 Aletha Pauline Neindorf Reynolds Jackson, Meridian, Idaho, passed away Thursday, February 4, 2016, of a brief illness. Aletha was born in Ashton, Idaho on November 12, 1925; the only child of Paul Bert Neindorf and Bernice Florence Gibson. She went to school in Lamont, ID, Hamilton, MT, Phoenix, AZ, and Idaho Falls, ID before returning to St. Anthony, Idaho where she graduated from So. Fremont High School in 1943. She married Dallas E. Reynolds in 1944 who farmed at Wilford Idaho until 1952. She enjoyed camping, fishing and playing canasta, with family and friends. They moved to St. Anthony, Drummond, and finally to El Monte, California for Dallas to pursue a stucco and plastering career. While there, Aletha worked in accounting at W.T. Grant, a variety department store and later for Bank of America. She enjoyed going to the beach, visiting with her many friends and even playing a little golf. They moved back to St. Anthony in 1961 where she worked for Targee National Forest in St. Anthony and also Island Park. She and Dallas were divorced in 1963 and in 1964 she transferred with the Forest Service to a Job Corps facility in Heber, Arizona where she worked as a counselor to the job corps students. She transferred back to Ogden, Utah and then Pocatello, Idaho to work for the Forest Service. She met Bob (Robert D.) Jackson while in Ogden; and they were married in 1974. She retired from the Forest Service and moved back to Ogden where she lived with Bob until his death in 2000. She and Bob enjoyed traveling to Arizona, California, Lake Louise, Canada and many other places. Regular trips to Boise and Brigham City to visit their kids and grandkids were another favorite activity. She moved to Boise to join her son, Gene, and family, where she resided until her death. Aletha is survived by her son, Dallas Gene (Vikki) Reynolds, Meridian, ID; step-daughters June Jackson and Peggy (Roger) Hammer, Brigham City, Utah; five beautiful grandchildren: Tauna (Ryan) Pacheco, Caldwell, ID; Ryan (Mary) Hammer, Arlington, TN; Dallas J. Reynolds, Boise, ID; Mandy (Marc) Blauer, Logan, UT; and Utah Air National Guard Tech Sargent Brock (Rikell) Hammer, Ogden, UT (currently serving in Afghanistan). She has 10 great-grandchildren, and 5 great-great-grandchildren. Additionally, she is survived by former daughter-in-law, Terry Lynn Reynolds, Boise, ID; her son Justin (Jeannie) Haws and the wonderful 3 great-grandchildren and 1 great-great-grandchild they provided her. Her sister-in-law, Mae Reynolds Niendorf, along with numerous cousins, nieces and nephews, mourn her passing. She was preceded in death by her parents and husbands. A life-long champion of animals and people not as fortunate, she contributed to a number of charities. The family suggests memorial contributions to the Idaho Humane Society, Boise, Idaho, in lieu of flowers. A viewing and time of visitation will be held from 10-11 am on Thursday, February 11, 2016 at Cloverdale Funeral Home, 1200 N. Cloverdale Rd., Boise, with a Celebration of Life Service to follow at 11 am in the funeral home chapel. A brief graveside service will be held Saturday, February 13, 2016, 2 pm at Riverview Cemetery in St. Anthony, Idaho. To share memories and leave condolences for the family, please visit Aletha's page at www.cloverdalefuneralhome.com
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Published in Idaho Statesman on Feb. 9, 2016
Johnson, Leslie  
Johnson, Leslie, 81, of Caldwell, passed away on Thursday, February 11, 2016 at a local hospital. Services are under the care of Flahiff Funeral Chapel, Caldwell. 459-0833
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Published in Idaho Statesman on Feb. 13, 2016
Johntz, Willa - Boise  
Willa M. Johntz 1924 - 2016 Willa M. Johntz died Friday, February 5, 2016 in Boise after a short illness. Willa was born January 31, 1924 in Boise, ID, the daughter of Winifred McGuire Maxey and Roy Basil Maxey. She graduated from Jerome High School and attended the University of Idaho where she was active in the Gamma Phi Beta Sorority. In 1945, Willa married James A Johntz, Jr. in Boise, and together they had two sons, Andy and Kevin. She was member of the Cathedral of the Rockies and sang in the choir for years. During her later years, she became the family genealogist, tracing family roots back to Ireland. She had a special love for animals, especially horses. She enjoyed the outdoors, fishing and golf. She is survived by her sons, Andy and his wife, Karen Burton Johntz of Boise, and Kevin Johntz of Long Beach, CA; and an adopted daughter, Kathy Lythgoe of Fullerton, CA. Willa's family would like to extend their appreciation to her caregivers C.J. Wilkinson, Stacie Stallings and Michelle Budwee.. A memorial service will be held at 2:00 p.m., Friday, February 12, 2016, at the Alden-Waggoner Funeral Chapel, 5400 Fairview Ave., Boise.
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Published in Idaho Statesman on Feb. 10, 2016
Johntz, Willa M.  
Johntz, Willa M., 92, of Boise, died on Friday, February 5, 2016. Arrangements are under the direction of the Alden-Waggoner Funeral Chapel.
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Published in Idaho Statesman on Feb. 9, 2016
Jones, Mary - Boise  
Mary Agnes Jones Mary Agnes Jones, much loved wife and mother, died peacefully at home on February 1, 2016 at the age of 90. A funeral mass will be held at Sacred Heart Church, 811 S. Latah Street, Boise on Saturday, February 20, 2016 at 10:30 a.m. A luncheon will be served afterward in the church hall for those attending the service. Mary was born December 28, 1925 in Kenilworth, Utah, the youngest of three children of Martin and Josephine Ahlin who came to America from the part of Austria now known as Slovenia. Mary graduated with high honors from Carbon County Senior High where she was also active in tennis and swimming. Mary met the love of her life, Vern August Jones, at a movie theater. Both agreed it was love at first sight. They were married on June 11, 1944 in Helper, Utah. They celebrated their 50th anniversary in 1994, one year before Vern died. Mary and Vern had three daughters while living in Utah and Colorado, whom they taught their great love of the outdoors. In addition to camping, fishing and pheasant hunting, Mary knew how to garden, can preserves, crochet, sew, sing, dance, bowl, golf and play bridge. She knew how to have fun and she always welcomed others to join her. When the family moved to Idaho in 1953, Mary began working as a part-time bookkeeper. Over the years she advanced into secretarial, junior accounting and payroll accounting positions. She retired from Ore-Idaho Foods in 1986. After retirement, she devoted many volunteer hours at her church, St. Luke's Hospital, Elk's Rehab, and the Veterans Home. She even took up the accordion when she was 65. Always ready with her beautiful smile and willingness to help wherever needed, she made friends over the years with whom she remained in touch. She moved into the Hillcrest Assisted Living Apartments in 2013 where she built a new network of friends and became quite a fan of bingo, book club, and anything musical. She is survived by daughter, Ginger Walmsley and her husband, Joe; daughter, Susan Thomas and her partner, Marty Anderson; daughter, Sharon Becker and her husband, Ted; granddaughter, Angela Lowman; grandson, Phil Becker and family; grandson, Eric Becker and family. She has four great-grandchildren and eleven nieces and nephews. Mary's daughters send special thanks to the staff of Hillcrest Assisted Living in Boise for the excellent loving care.
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Published in Idaho Statesman on Feb. 14, 2016
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