CLEARWATER TRIBUNE HOME

JULY 22, 2010

Obituaries for July 22, 2010

Jeremy B. Garland, 29, Boise

   Jeremy Bret Garland, Boise, oldest son of Bret and Susan Garland, was born Monday, March 30, 1981, in Vallejo, CA. He died Saturday, July 3, 2010, while trying to swim across the Salmon River in Riggins. He was 29.

   While growing up, Jeremy, being the oldest of six kids, was always relied upon to help with his siblings, but never seemed to mind and loved them all. When visiting his parents as an adult, he just seemed to enjoy “hanging out” and “grazing” on homemade food, watching TV with dad or giving advice and help on building projects. He once spent two days running a backhoe, then said “Happy Mother's and Father's Day.”

   Jeremy attended elementary school in Twin Falls, Buhl and Boise; middle school at Lake Hazel in Boise; Meridian High School during his freshman year; and Kuna High School, where he graduated in 1999. During high school, he worked for the Plush Pippin and Panda restaurants.

   After high school, he did framing and finish work and made beautiful banisters and tile floors. The last few years, he built pools and the decks, even right into the pool. He was very talented and enjoyed his work.

   One of his proudest accomplishments was going to helicopter school, where he earned his private license and was working on his commercial license. He was almost finished when the school went bankrupt. He dreamed of being a search and rescue pilot.

   He loved snowboarding, floating on the Boise River and Indian Creek, going to movies and concerts with friends, and watching and learning mixed martial arts.

   He loved his pet goats, Maynard and Adolph, as evidenced by their bellies.

   He was preceded in death by his sister, Karina; his great-grandparents, Leona and Harry Dobson, and his great-grandma, Edith Virginia Holder.

   He is survived by his parents, Bret and Susan Garland of Orofino; brothers Kenny and Sean, both of Boise, Casey, working in Buttonwillow, CA., and Wayde and sister-in-law Jessica of Orofino; grandparents Lillian Shotwell of Prescott Valley, AZ., and Dee and Jack Garland of Oregon House, CA; aunts and uncles, Cheryl and Ken of Vancouver, WA., and Deena and Vince Camponelli of South Jordan, UT; and cousins Timothy, Rachel, A.J., Brittany, Kendra, Vincent, Jennifer and Rebecca.

   Jeremy will be missed by all who loved and knew him.

   We wish to thank the Idaho County Sheriff's Office, the Idaho Department of Fish and Game, Clearwater County Search and Rescue, Riggins dive team and the search-and-rescue dogs and their owners who worked to find Jeremy and give us all closure. Their caring efforts are greatly appreciated. Thank you to all our family and friends for their love and support during this difficult time.

   Funeral services were held July 17 at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Boise. Burial followed at the Kuna Cemetery.

   Arrangements are under the direction of Summers Funeral Homes, Boise Chapel.

Walter Bill Archer, 57, Snohomish, WA

   Walter Bill Archer of Snohomish, WA died Saturday, July 10, 2010. He was 57.

   Walter was born Jan. 3, 1953 in Pocatello. He attended Orofino High School, the University of Idaho, and also Lewis-Clark State College. After college, he was a heavy equipment operator for 30 years. He was also a member of the Operating Engineers Union.

   Walter loved hunting, fishing, reading, and operating heavy equipment. He was previously married to Brenda Presnall.

   He was preceded in death by his brother, Michael and father, Clarence.

   Walter is survived by his brother, Gerald Archer, of Gold Bar, WA; his mother, Laura Archer, of Snohomish; step-daughters,   Misty,    Nadine, Jamey, and their families.

   No services will be held.

   Memorials can be made to any charity of choice in Walter's name.

Robert Rears memorial service

   A memorial service for Robert H. Rears will be held at 2 p.m. Sunday, July 25 at the Lewiston Community Center. Robert died of pneumonia on June 2.

Christina Jo (Barnes) Heindel, 68, WI

   Christina Jo (Barnes) Heindel's journey on Earth ended on Wednesday, June 30, 2010, at home in Kaukauna, WI. She was 68.

   Chris was the daughter of Howard B. Barnes Sr. and Dorthea Rae (Potts) Barnes.

   Chris started her journey on Oct.12, 1941, in Lakeview, OR. She spent the first six years of school in many different settings, including a one room school when she was in the fourth grade (Dent, near Orofino). Most of this time was spent in logging communities.

   Her family then settled in Pierce, where she graduated from Pierce High School with the class of 1959. She then moved to Spokane, WA to further her education.

   She married her first husband, Leon E. Jensen, who was serving in the U.S. Air Force, on Nov. 23, 1960. After her schooling, she started working for the State of Washington in the Juvenile Parole Office. Her first child, Catherine Janet, was born while living in Spokane.

   Her family then moved to Mountain, WI and lived for a brief period, before moving to Green Bay, WI. Their second daughter, Sue Ann, was born on March 15, 1964.

   Chris started working for the State of Wisconsin in the Department of Health and Family Services in 1965. She retired after 36 years of service with the state.

   She married Paul G. Heindel on June 24, 1983 in Green Bay, and then moved to Kaukauna, WI.

   Chris was an avid reader, always having a book or two in progress. She had a special passion for history, especially World War II. She also loved gardening, planting many flowers and vegetables in her garden. She always had plants left for anyone that wanted one.

   After retiring, Chris started volunteering at the Green Bay Botanical Gardens and also volunteered as an usher for the Fox Cities PAC in Appleton, WI. She thoroughly enjoyed both jobs.

   Chris is survived by her husband, Paul, of Kaukauna; daughters, Catherine (Todd) Heggesta of Portage, WI and Sue Ann Ruby of Green Bay; a brother, Howard B. Barnes, Jr. (Benny) of Kent, WA; a niece, Corrina Johnson of Kent; and a nephew, Daniel (DanLee) Barnes, Seattle, WA.

   She is further survived by six stepchildren, Mark (Mary) Heindel of Kaukauna, Paula (Brian) Jacobs of Little Chute, WI, Adam (Colleen) Heindel of Kaukauna, Shane (Pam) Heindel of Lima, OH, Kevin (Cristina) Heindel of Kaukauna, and Bart (Stacey) Heindel of Kaukauna; 16 grandchildren; and one great grandchild.

   Her family is honoring Chris' wishes and no services will be held.