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Christensen, Lawrence R. - Boise  
Lawrence R. Christensen 1940 ~ 2015 Lawrence (Larry) R. Christensen, 74, passed away on February 26, 2015 at a local care facility of Lewy body dementia. Graveside services are scheduled for Friday, July 10, 2015 at 11:00 p.m. at Dry Creek Cemetery. The reception information will be provided following the service. The family wishes to thank those who cared for him: VA Medical Center, Boise, Cherry Ridge Care Center (Genesis), Emmett, Ashley Manor, Eagle. A special thank you to Horizon Health Hospice, Meridian for their loving care during his last days. In lieu of flowers, the family asks that donations be made to: New Heights Christian Fellowship, 9950 W. Ustick Rd., Boise, ID 83704, Wounded Warrior Project, or to a charity of your choice. Services are under the direction of Cremation Society of Idaho.
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Published in Idaho Statesman on July 7, 2015
Church, John Richard - Boise  
John Richard Church 1931 ~ 2015 John Richard Church was born at St. Luke's Hospital in Boise on December 24, 1931 to Leona N. Church and Walter Scott Church. He is survived by his wife, Dolly; two sons, Edward and John of Boise; a daughter, Dallas Turner of Boise; five grandchildren; and one great-grandson; three sisters, Shirley Rosenvall of Boise, Mary Kennedy of Eugene, OR, and Grace Call of Sparks, NV. His brother, Scott Church and his sister, Margaret Drake preceded him in death. John attended Pierce Park Elementary School and graduated from Boise High School in 1949. He served in the Navy as a photographer from 1950 to 1953. He joined the Boise Police Department in 1954. He rose through the ranks becoming Chief in 1968. He retired in 1983. After retiring, he had been attending the Police Officers Training Academy graduations to offer the benedictions. He shared his faith in the Lord Jesus Christ as the only Savior for lost sinners. Through the death of Christ on the Cross of Calvary, you can have eternal life. Only believe. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Boise Veterans Hospital or Wounded Warriors. A memorial service for John will be held at Collister Community Church at 4709 W. State Street, Thursday, July 9, 2015 at 2:00 p.m.
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Published in Idaho Statesman on July 7, 2015
Clark, Genevieve Elsie Leech - Emmett  
Genevieve Elsie Leech Clark 1918 ~ 2015 Born in Sergeant, Nebraska to Don R. and Mabel Leech, Genevieve attended junior high and high school in nearby Albion. She received an academic scholarship to Nebraska Wesleyan University in Lincoln, where both her parents attended college. In 1938 she transferred to the University of Nebraska in Lincoln. During the first semester of her senior year she was chosen to represent her college and was sent to Merrill Palmer College in Detroit Michigan. At Merrill Palmer she studied some of the social services in which children were involved. She returned to the University of Nebraska for her last semester of school. After college she had a lot of different jobs and traveled to California, Chicago, Washington, and Idaho. She worked as a processed food grader for the USDA in California and was transferred from there to Idaho where she worked in Emmett and the surrounding areas. She met her future husband in Emmett and married him a year later. She and Vern Clark were married for 41 years before his death in 1987. They had three sons Larry (Vickie) Clark of Reno NV., Rick (Liz) Clark of Boise ID., and Robert Clark of Boise ID. — nine grandchildren and 14 great-grandchildren. Genevieve loved music and played the cello, piano, and keyboard. She was an active member of the Methodist Church all of her life as well as a P.E.O. member since she was a young girl. She taught Home Economics at Emmett High School for more than 23 years. She was preceded in death by her husband Vern, sister Irene, and both her parents. Service will be held July 12th at 2:00 p.m. at the United Methodist Church in Emmett, Idaho. In lieu of flowers donations can be sent to the P.E.O. Education Foundation or a charity of your choice in Genevieve's name.
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Published in Idaho Statesman on July 7, 2015
Dorn, Richard Earl - Boise  
Richard Earl Dorn 1965 - 2015 Richard E. Dorn of Boise, Idaho passed away on June 29, 2015. His memorial service will be held at 1:00pm on Wednesday July 8 , 2015 at Redeemer Lutheran Church. Richard was born January 2, 1965 in Council Bluffs, Iowa to Darrell and Patricia Dorn. He was the fourth of four children. In 1968 Richard was in a horrific car accident the left his sister Debra and his brother Gregg dead, his mother critically injured, and putting Richard into a coma. The outcome of the accident would have a life lasting affect. In 1970, he moved to Boise along with his family. He went to Lincoln, graduated from Borah, and went to Boise State University. Part of Richard's legacy will be the many people he encountered. There was not a person who he would not talk to. He lived the neighbor part of neighborhood. Another part of his legacy is the family cabin he helped build with his father. His interests varied, but his love of bowling he valued the most. Every Sunday night he and his life-long friend, Debbie Holznagel and her brothers would bowl in a league. Richard was a fan of Boise State Broncos and thanks to his cousins in Iowa, the Hawkeyes. He was also very interested in his genealogy. He worked at various businesses including Albertsons where he worked for 12 years. Richard is survived by his father Darrell, brother Kurt, nephews Aaron Dorn (Seattle) and Trevor Dorn (Boise), aunts and uncles Robert and Lois Hanson, Donald and Donna Dorn, Larry and Phyllis Dorn, Dorothy Ward and many cousins. He is preceded by his mother, Patricia Dorn, sister Debra Dorn, brother Gregg Dorn, uncles Robert Dorn, Robert Pitt, Kenneth Dorn, Les Ward, Grant Hunter and aunts, Madeline Pitt, and Thelma Hunter.
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Published in Idaho Statesman on July 7, 2015
Duvall, Jo Ann  
Duvall, Jo Ann, 85, of Boise, died Wednesday, July 1, 2015, at home. Arrangements are pending with the Alden-Waggoner Funeral Chapel, Boise.
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Published in Idaho Statesman on July 7, 2015
Elliot, Marjorie  
Elliot, Marjorie, 85, of Boise, died July 4, 2015 at her home. Arrangements are under the direction of Bowman Funeral Parlor.
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Published in Idaho Statesman on July 7, 2015
Faught-Schlegel, Madeline Elaine - Garden City  
Madeline (Madge) Elaine Phillips Faught Schlegel 1917-2015 Madeline (Madge) Elaine Phillips Faught Schlegel Boise, Idaho – Madeline Faught Schlegel, 97, was welcomed into the loving embrace of our LORD and Savior, Jesus Christ, on Saturday, June 27, 2015, at Emerson House in Garden City. She was born at Red Lodge, Montana, on October 22, 1917 to parents Mary Ellen and Frank Phillips. At an early age of 9, she and her mother cooked meals for the harvest crews on a chuck wagon at the neighboring farms. Her mother remarried in 1923 to Carl H. Foust, Sr. They moved to Hardin, Montana in 1930; she graduated from Hardin High School in 1935. Madge moved to Nampa with her family in 1936. Her high school sweetheart, Earl E. Faught, also moved to Nampa later that same year. Madge and Earl were married at Nampa Baptist Church on April 17, 1937. They both worked retail at Montgomery Wards in Nampa. In 1941, they had their first child, Cheryl. After moving to Boise in 1942, Carl was born September 24, then Kathy on October 17, 1945, and David Sr. on November 4, 1957. Madge was a stay at home Mom being involved with Roosevelt Elementary School's PTA. She was also a Brownie and Girl Scout Leader. Earl and Madge were very involved with the building of the Log Cabin United Brethren in Christ Church on East Bannock. She played piano at the church, taught Sunday School, and was very active with the Women's Missionary Fellowship. They were active members there for many years. Madge loved playing the piano, and Earl played the guitar and harmonica, both being self taught. There are many fond memories of Mom and Dad playing their foot tapping music together after dinner, and at family gatherings. They also loved to square dance. A large part of our family activities was to go camping and fishing, as well as helping at harvest time on 2 family farms. She loved playing bridge and belonged to a bridge club that met monthly at The Mode Tea Room. They dressed to the nines, enjoyed tea and finger sandwiches while kibitzing, and playing their favorite game. She worked for JC Penney's, Dr. Frank Crowe, and the Idaho Employment Department in Unemployment Claims. Madge and Earl became members of the Boise First Baptist Church in 1957, and both were very active there in many capacities. Earl went on to be with our LORD on April 4, 1975. They had been married 27 years. Five years later she met and soon married Wesley Schlegel, Sr. on December 7, 1980, combining our two families for a total of 9 children. Mom loved her extended family as much as her own; Wesley Jr., Carolyn Schlegel Morris, Tony, and Gerald Schlegel, and Dick Gohman. She received their respect and love as well. Madge and Wes both retired and were able to enjoy many years of golfing and RV trips throughout the Northwest, Southwest and Alaska. There weren't many golf courses left for them to explore in any of those areas. They also enjoyed meeting up with family members for a great time together at various campsites. Entertaining family and friends was a joy to her. The more the merrier. She always loved to have lots of people around her especially for her great home cooked meals. The intense dominoes and pinochle games with family and friends were also dear to her heart. Madge is survived by her children, Cheryl and David Faught of Boise, Kathy, and husband, Jack Humason of W. Richland, Washington. Stepchildren: Wesley Schlegel Jr. of Tacoma, Washington, Carolyn and husband, Raymond Morris of Anchorage, Alaska, Dick and wife, Pat Gohman of Salt Lake City, Utah, 5 grandchildren, 6 step grandchildren, and 5 great grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her parents, Mary Ellen Phillips Foust, her Father, Frank Phillips, Stepfather, Carl H. Foust Sr., husbands Earl E. Faught, and Wesley Schlegel, Sr., her brothers Jim Phillips, Carl Foust, Jr., David Garth Foust, her sister Esther Foust Grey, Stepsons, Tony and Gerald Schlegel, and her son, Carl Faught. We would like to express a very special "Thank You" to Eric Collette and his fantastic staff at Emerson House in Garden City for the excellent, loving care of our Mom. You are the best! Thank you, Mary Roehling, XL Primary Care, and a "Thank You" to the XL Hospice team! Arrangements are being made by Bowman Funeral. Services will be held on Thursday, July 9, 2015 at 10 AM at Boise First Baptist Church, 13th and Washington Streets. Interment will be at 1 PM at Dry Creek Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Boise First Baptist Church, "Widows and Orphans Fund", 607 N. 13th Street, Boise, ID 83702.
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Fleetwood, Ila Rae  
Fleetwood, Ila Rae, 81, of Nampa, died Sunday, June 28, 2015. Services are being provided by Boise Funeral Home, Aclesa Chapel, Boise. 322-3999
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Foose, Dave Carl - Boise  
Dave Carl Foose 1935 - 2015 Dave Foose was born January 5, 1935 in Morrisville, Pennsylvania to Florence and John Foose. He had four brothers and three sisters. Dave married Joyce Halderman in 1956, together they had three children. He resided in PA, WY, WA and Idaho.Together Dave and Joyce were active in both Mason and Shrine organizations. Dave owned his construction company, Foose Construction located in Cheyenne, Wyoming. He was in business for over 20 years. He also worked in Idaho in construction and as a security officer. He enjoyed camping, dancing and going to the ocean with his family. He passed away at his home in Boise, Idaho from Mesothelioma Cancer on June 26th, 2015. He is survived by his children, Dave C. Foose, Jr, Daniel Foose, both of Boise, Donna Fung and husband Terry of WA; and three grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his wife Joyce Foose. Dave will be greatly missed. Friends and family can make donations to the American Cancer Society or the Shriner's Hospital. A memorial service will be held in Washington.
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Goldsberry, Marlene D.  
Goldsberry, Marlene D., 82, of Boise, passed away on Thursday, July 2, 2015 at her home. Services are under the direction of Cloverdale Funeral Home.
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Published in Idaho Statesman on July 7, 2015
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