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|Obituaries for July 10, 2014|
Margaret Williams, 84, formerly of Pierce
“Maggie” Williams, 84, recently of
planned for Saturday, July 19 at the
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“Ginny” Trapp, 77,
Virginia Ann “Ginny” Trapp, 77, of
daughter of Jim and
Ginny grew up in
all over the state of
In 1980, Ginny and her husband purchased a Coast-to-Coast hardware store in Orofino. They were a large part of the community of Orofino during this time. They operated it until Ron was forced to retire due to his illness.
In 1997, they
She was a true friend to all that got to meet her. Ginny will be greatly missed by all who know and loved her.
Survivors include: a son, Cory, and his wife Juanita of Coeur d’Alene, a son, Kurt of Meridian, a daughter, Vonda of Moscow, and a son, Eric of Eagle; two grandsons, Jordon and Callen of Coeur d'Alene; a brother, Dick Palmer and wife Maxine of Meridian; a sister-in-law, Marleta French and husband Jack of Nampa; a brother-in-law, Eldon (Cork) Trapp and wife Sally of Columbus, SC.; as well as nieces, nephews, other relatives, and many friends.
Shirley and parents
were held July 5 at the Wright Community Congregational Church in
In lieu of flowers, please send donations to the Wright Congregational Church of Boise in Ginny’s name.
Jean (Mac) McCarter, 85, Peck
F. Jean McCarter
(Mac), of Peck, born
She is survived by her baby sister, Helen Haney; daughters Brenda Capps and her husband Steve, Jackie Cram and her husband Terry Anderson; grandkids Mike Cram, Tom and Amanda Boyd, David Strom, Jesse, Tanya and Cassie Anderson; great grandchildren Maia and Ryder Cram, many nieces and nephews, friends and loved ones, all were her entire world.
She lived and loved to make all happy. Jean was preceded in death by her parents, her youngest daughter Leigh Boyd, her sister Elsie Hitzel and brothers Harold, John and Milton Anderson. She requested no service but we will celebrate at a later date that we were blessed to have her in our lives.
|Obituaries for July 3, 2014|
Kelly Zink, 86, Weippe
Fountain Keller Zink was born
While living in
In 1954 they
Kelly had a deep love for God all of his life, and his faith sustained him during his last days. For many years, Kelly was a faithful elder in Grangeville and Weippe.
Kelly was preceded in death by his parents; sisters Joyce, Clara and Delphia; and a brother, Fred.
He is survived by his wife, Ronnie; daughters Denise Cole and Erin Laughlin; son-in-law Mike Kern; brother Orval; and Vance Curtis, his brother-in-law and lifelong friend. He leaves behind six grandchildren, Rebekah Cole Schafer, Lucas Laughlin, Matthew Cole, Amber Laughlin Collins, Anna Cole Bennett and Mary Cole Perkes; and 17 great-grandchildren.
Robert John Stolberg “Bob,” 79,
Bob Stolberg, age
79, was born in
He served in the U.S. Army as a Senior Recovery Mechanic from 1953-1956. He helped ‘mop-up’ after the Korean War. He worked in the construction industry for over 50 years building bridges, infrastructures and roads and traveled throughout the Northwest including; Alaska, Washington, Idaho, Utah and Nevada.
Bob was a quiet,
friendly, loving, loyal and courageous person. He died
A celebration of
his life was held June 30 at
Memories and condolences may be shared with the family on Bob's memorial webpage at www.summersfuneral.com.