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Lewis, Janice  
Janice I. Lewis, 87, of Boise, died November 20, 2014 at her residence. Arrangements are under the direction of Cloverdale Funeral Home..
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Published in Emmett Messenger Index from Nov. 25 to Dec. 3, 2014
Lough, Norma  
Norma L. Lough, 81, of Boise, died Saturday, Nov. 22nd. Funeral Home: Cremation Society of Idaho
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Published in Emmett Messenger Index from Nov. 25 to Dec. 3, 2014
Lyle, Lloyd  
Lloyd C. Lyle, 71, of Emmett, died Wednesday November 12 . Funeral Home: Services pending, Potter Funeral Chapel
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Published in Emmett Messenger Index from Nov. 16 to Dec. 15, 2014
Martin, Delmar  
Delmar Martin, 98, of Nampa, died Monday November 24, 2014 at a Nampa care. Service are pending Nampa Funeral Home, Yraguen Chapel. 442-8171.
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Published in Emmett Messenger Index from Nov. 25 to Dec. 3, 2014
McNutt-Pratt, Marian*  
Marian Dawn McNutt-Pratt April 3rd, 1940 - November 14th, 2014 Marian Dawn McNutt Pratt passed away Friday, November 14th 2014, due to complications from Alzheimer's Disease. She was 73 years of age. Marian was born in Emmett, ID, on April 3rd, 1940. She graduated from Emmett Senior High in 1958. She married David W. Pratt in 1960 and they had four children that survive her. Belinda, Daniel, Lisa and Lara. She had 11 Grand Children and 13 Great Grand Children. In place of flowers, send donations to - www.giraffelaugh.org Address: 1191 W Grand Ave Boise, ID 83702 These folks help dis-advantaged Children in the Treasure Valley area. Helping children was really big with Marian. A Celebration of Mom's life is being planned for probable early spring. We will put an announcement in the paper. Thank you, The Daugher's of Marian Pratt
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Published in Emmett Messenger Index from Nov. 18 to Dec. 17, 2014
Mecham, Lloyd*  
Lloyd D. Mecham March 26, 1932 - November 21, 2014 Lloyd Delano Mecham was born March 26, 1932 in Upalco, Utah, a town so small it was essentially a service point for the Utah Power and Light Company (UPALCO). Unfortunately, it was difficult to eke out a living there, so the family moved to Oregon and Northern California. Lloyd spent his formative years in the rough and tumble life of mill towns that cropped up in the region. It was there that he learned the finer points of rolling dice, although he abandoned this activity in his later years. Orphaned in his early years, Lloyd was fortunate to have been born into a loving family, with 8 older siblings who welcomed him into their homes. Lloyd spent his late teenage years working in mills in central Oregon, and learning the finer points of carpentry; a skill he put to many uses over the years, from building well-crafted furniture, to fully renovating the family home. Nobody could true a corner better than Lloyd. In early 1953, Lloyd was drafted into the Army Signal Corps. He received orders to serve in Korea, but that war ended just before he left, so he remained stateside. After the Army, Lloyd returned to Oregon to work in the timber industry. Which works out great for the rest of this story, because this is when he met the love of his life, feisty cowgirl Lois Stephenson. They married and settled in the company-owned town of Kinzua, Oregon where Lloyd worked as the head sawyer. This job was almost the death of him when a rogue log jumped the carriage and hit him full on. There was no ambulance, so he was loaded in the back of a station wagon and taken to the nearest hospital, 90 miles of winding roads over two mountain passes. It took 11 months to recover from the injuries, and he said that going back in the saw box felt like facing a monster, but once inside, it was back to normal. About a year after his recovery, the family moved to Emmett, Idaho when Lloyd took a job with Horseshoe Bend's Hoff Lumber Company (later Boise Cascade), where he sawed enough lumber to build 93,000 homes. Soon after retiring in 1995, Boise Cascade convinced him to oversee one of their mills in Mexico. It was there that Lloyd's reputation reached mythological status, because he was able to cut an enormous amount of lumber using a saw that was broken almost beyond repair. He and Lois regaled the family with many interesting stories of their time in Mexico. While raising their family in Emmett, Lloyd and Lois made many strong friendships that have endured for decades. Many of these friends introduced Lloyd and Lois to the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints; they became faithful members, and were joyfully sealed to each other and to their four children in the LDS Idaho Falls Temple. Lloyd's beloved cowgirl, Lois, preceded him in death in 2012; we, his children, take comfort in the thought that they are once again reunited. Considered by all to be a kind and quiet man, those who knew him best will also remember his sly sense of humor. Lloyd, being bald since his early 20s, was once asked if his father was also bald. Lloyd's response, "well, he was; but most people were unaware because he grew out his eyebrows and combed them back." He also shared his humor and love with his 11 grandchildren each of whom learned early that he always could be talked out of a tootsie roll or Tic Tac. Lloyd left this earth on 20 November 2014. Always a humble man, Lloyd felt there would be little to be said when he left this life. The truth, however, is that Lloyd exemplified a life well lived and leaves a far reaching legacy of inspiration. He was an honest and decent man, who believed in doing good unto others. Most importantly, he was a loving husband, father, grandfather and uncle, who will be a blessed memory for generations. Lloyd is survived by his son Duane (Mary Lou Soscia); and his daughters Darla, Deidre (Jay Heinrich) and Denise (Greg Himes) and his eleven grandchildren: Christian Mecham, Vincent Heinrich, Danielle Mecham, Mackenzie Healey (Kevin), Gage Heinrich, Cyrus Ariavand, Madison Heinrich, Claire Ariavand, Nikolas Himes, Zoie Himes and Molly Mecham, and many beloved nieces and nephews. Funeral Services will be held at 2:00 p.m. on Saturday, November 29, 2014 at the LDS Stake Center in Emmett. Burial will take place at a later date at the West Branch Cemetery in Mitchell, Oregon.
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Published in Emmett Messenger Index from Nov. 24 to Dec. 23, 2014
Mercado, Priscilla  
Priscilla J. Mercado, 29, of Caldwell, died Saturday, November 22, 2014. Funeral Home: Dakan Funeral Chapel. 459-3629
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Published in Emmett Messenger Index from Nov. 24 to Nov. 28, 2014
Michael, Vernon*  
Vernon R. Michael, 66, of Caldwell, died Monday, Nov. 10, 2014. His Memorial Service will be held Friday, Nov. 21, 2014 at 11:00 AM at Flahiff Funeral Chapel, Caldwell. Military Honors and Inurnment will follow at the Idaho State Veterans Cemetery at 1:00 PM. Condolences may be left at www.flahifffuneralchapel.com 208-459-0833
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Published in Emmett Messenger Index from Nov. 13 to Dec. 12, 2014
Miller, Robert  
Robert L. "Pastor Bob" Miller, 84, of Nampa, died Monday, Nov. 17, 2014, at his home. Funeral Home: Nampa Funeral Home, Yraguen Chapel. 442-8171
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Published in Emmett Messenger Index from Nov. 18 to Nov. 26, 2014
Munger, Frederick*  
Frederick "Bud" Munger February 15, 1933 - November 14, 2014 Frederick "Bud" Munger, 81 of Emmett died peacefully at home on November 14th, 2014, surrounded by loved ones. "Bud" was born on February 15, 1933 in Rutland, Vermont. He grew up in Bristol, Connecticut. He was a Veteran of the Korean War while serving in the United States Air Force. "Bud" married Billie Hyde of Emmett, Idaho in 1955. Bud, Billie, and their two children moved back to Emmett in 1968. Bud was a carpenter and general contractor. Many homes and buildings from Connecticut to Idaho were built by his hard-working hands. He was an avid hunter and fisherman. He loved the wildlife, mountains, rivers, and streams of Idaho. Much of his free time was spent among these places. Bud was born to Dwight Munger, and Doris (Fuller) Munger. He was the second of seven children. He is survived by his wife Billie, his son, Rick and Lana Munger, his daughter Cindy and Rick Beutler all of Emmett. His grandchildren, Shelly, Danny, and Cynthia. His great-grandchildren Zach, Dillon, and Kenlei. Three sisters Phyllis of Florida, Carol and Jane of Connecticut and his brother Dwight Munger, II of Idaho. He is also survived by numerous nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his parents and two brothers. There will be no funeral services at his request. Local arrangements are with the Potter Funeral Chapel in Emmett. The family wishes to thank Horizon Hospice, many friends, and neighbors for their acts of kindness and support. He is NOT gone, he has gone fishing....
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Published in Emmett Messenger Index from Nov. 17 to Dec. 17, 2014
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