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Patrick Lootens

Nov 17, 1971 - Nov 17, 2023

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Caldwell, ID

Patrick William Lootens passed, peacefully, on November 12, 2023, surrounded by family who cherished him. He was born to John and Patricia Lootens on February 4, 1971, and it was realized from birth that he was a child with special needs who would require custodial care, thereafter. He fell within the embrace of his loved ones as the 12th of thirteen children where he enjoyed membership in the communities of Homedale and Marsing as one of the Lootens kids. Even as his particular needs were being...Read More

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Sean Patrick Lee Richardson

Jun 20, 1960 - Feb 26, 2024

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Caldwell, ID

SEAN PATRICK LEE RICHARDSON, 55, of Caldwell, Idaho, passed away on February 26, 2024, from complications following a heart attack. His loss is completely unexpected, and his family is profoundly saddened. Their only consolation is the family dog, Petey, was there to meet him on the other side. Sean was born June 20, 1968, in Caldwell, Idaho, to Lynette Wallace and Monte Richardson. He spent his early school years at Middleton Elementary School until his mom remarried. The family moved to San Diego where his step-dad, Bob, was stationed with the US Navy. Sean returned to Idaho in 1984 and graduated from New Plymouth High School in 1986. Less than a year after high school, Sean enlisted in the US Navy as an Aviation Fire Control Technician and worked on F-14 Tomcats at Naval Air Station Pt. Mugu in Oxnard, California. He met his beloved wife, Marge Fox, in 1990 at NAS Pt. Mugu. After marrying in 1991, they both transferred to Naval Air Station Miramar in San Diego. Upon leaving the Navy, Sean and Marge returned to Oxnard, for 4 years where Sean managed a shooting range and gun store. They moved to Idaho to be closer to family when their son, Killian, was almost one year old. Three years later, their daughter, Victoria, was born. Sean has worked for the telephone company since 2000. Family meant everything to Sean. He is survived by his wife, Marge. Children: Killian Richardson and Victoria Richardson. Parents: Lynette (Bob) Collins and Monte (Cindy) Richardson. Sister Misty (Scott) Burns. Stepbrothers: Gary and Eric Collins. Brothers-in-Law: Joe (Jeanette) Gibbs, Tom Gibbs and David Fox Jr. Sister-in-law: Amy Fox. Father-in-law: Kelvin Bicknell. As well as numerous aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces and nephews. Sean is preceded in death by his grandparents, Keith Wallace, Lorraine and Don Collins, Cecil and Frances Richardson, Uncle Richard Scott, Aunt Cecilia Benoit and Uncle Melvin Benoit, mother-in-law Mary Bicknell, father-in-law David Fox, father-in-law Ronald Gibbs, cousin Annaka and several great aunts and uncles. He will be remembered for all the heart and conversation he shared with family and friends. He truly loved each of them – and if you knew him, you knew it. Sean was truly a one-of-a-kind person that will be missed dearly. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to one of the many organizations that assist veterans. To to the family or in memory of Sean Patrick Lee Richardson, please

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Suzann Marguerite Wagner

Aug 04, 1949 - Feb 17, 2024

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Caldwell, ID

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Joann Louise Dienhart

Nov 10, 1930 - Feb 26, 2024

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Caldwell, ID

Joann Louise Dienhart, beloved wife, mother, grandmother and great-grandmother, graduated to glory on Monday, February 26, 2024, age 93. Joann was born on November 10, 1930 in Flint Michigan, first born of 4 daughters to Alger and Pauline Olcott. She married Robert Leon Dienhart on April 22, 1950, in Flint, Michigan, and later that year moved to Glendale, Arizona. The were blessed with 73 years of marriage, and 2 sons. Survivors include her husband Robert, her sons David (Diane) and Timothy (Miriam), 7 grandchildren 8 great-grandchildren. Also 2 sisters Dorothy Jiron and Sue (Bob) Strayer both of Arizona, and many beloved nieces and nephews. One sister, Mary Martin of Arizona, preceded her in death in 1993. Joann was a wonderful homemaker and hostess with a gift of serving others. She loved flowers and gardening and worked in several flower shops. She was know for her knitting which were gifts to many loved ones. Camping in the mountains and traveling with her husband and family were a great pleasure for her. Being born again of God, her life manifested her love for the Lord Jesus Christ. His word was her absolute and focus throughout her lifetime here. One of her favorite scriptures is Proverbs 3:5-6. Funeral services will be held on Wednesday, March 6, 2024 at 10:00 am at Flahiff Funeral Chapels, Caldwell, Idaho. Interment will follow at Marsing Homedale Cemetery in Marsing, Idaho. To Livestream Joann's Funeral Service please click on the following link:

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Timothy Terzian

Sep 10, 1958 - Feb 24, 2024

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Caldwell, ID

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Carolyn Sue Mcdermed

Jul 16, 1946 - Feb 23, 2024

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Caldwell, ID

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David Gary Bradley

May 24, 1940 - Feb 27, 2024

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Caldwell, ID

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Jose Reyes Ramos

May 01, 1960 - Feb 23, 2024

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Caldwell, ID

Jose Reyes, 63, de Caldwell ID fallecio el viernes 23 de Febrero, 2024 tranquilamente en su hogar. Jose nacio en Nicolas Bravo Durango el dia 1 de Mayo, 1960, sus padres Samuel Reyes y Francisca Ramos. El fue el mayor de 12 hermanos. Su infancia fue muy bonita. Fue hijo unico por 5 años. A los 17 años el vino a los Estado Unidos como muchos a conseguir el sueño Americano. Aqui en los Estados Unidos el empeso trabajando en restaurantes y hoteles como lava platos. En 1980 conosio a el amor de su vida, Guadalupe Pineda. Jose y Guadalupe se casaron el dia 11 de Febrero, 1984 y fueron bendecidos con tres hijas; Nancy, Elizabeth, y Jacqueline. Jose continuo superando hasta llegar ser chef y manejador de la cocina. Tuvo la dicha de aver aserlo por 25 años hasta que logro su sueño de abrir su primer restaurante en California. En 2000, se mudo a Notus, Idaho con su familia. Y con mucho esfuerzo para lograr sus sueños abrio otro restaurante. Fueron 12 años que trabajo duro hasta que desgraciadamente por su salud tuvo que cerrar las puertas. Jose siempre se aseguro que su familia estuviera bien. Fue un hombre fuerte y ambicioso. El siempre luchaba para lograr mejorar en la vida. Su precencia se escuchaba a lo lejos, y su risa era incomparable. Fue un esposo, padre, abuelo, hermano, tio, y amigo. Siempre vivira en nuestros corazones. Se que me extrañas… Se que mi ausencia es dura, que desde que me marche tus dias no son como antes. Se que te cuesta conciliar el sueño. Se cuanto me extrañas y lo mucho que deseas que vuelva. Te he visto llorar y creeme, lloro contigo… No es facil verte triste, se que es inevitable que llores, pues los recuerdos estan en todas partes, ves fotos y tu mirada se llena de nostalgia, lloras y yo acaricio tu pelo, he sentido tus lagrimas, tu dolor, y tus miedos… Se que tienes mucho miedo, que crees que tu vida se acaba. No llores… Ya no! Tienes que aceptar que a todos nos pasa, que es asi, esta escrito, que no es injusto, que los tiempos de Dios son perfectos. No te preocupes por mi, yo estoy bien, si tu supieras lo hermoso que es este lugar, la paz y amor que existe, Hay colores que jamas imaginaste, este lugar es realmente hermoso. Llena tu corazon con los mejores momentos que vivimos juntos… Si supieras que si tu te ries yo sonrio contigo, en cada logro, cade festejo, en cada alegria en cada tristeza yo he estado contigo, nunca te dejare sol@. Te amo y se cuanto me amas. El amor vive en nuestros corazones. Escuchas? Sigue latiendo en el tuyo y ahi estoy yo… No trates de entender la Muerte, de hacer mil preguntas, mejor entiende la vida, porque la vida es tu presente.. Cuando pienses en mi por favor regalame una sonrisa y te lo repito una vez mas… Si piensas en mi, ahi estare siempre, siempre contigo. Con amor. To to the family or in memory of Jose Reyes Ramos, please

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Bob Busch

Jan 01, 1945 - Feb 19, 2024

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Caldwell, ID

Bob Busch (79) of Caldwell passed away on Monday, February 19th. Bob worked in the law enforcement field most of his adult life, including the Canyon County Sheriff’s Department, Caldwell Police Department and finally retiring as a U.S. Marshall out of the Boise Marshall’s Office. One of his proudest accomplishments was becoming a Black Belt in Kenpo Karate in 1995. He was also an avid weight lifter his entire life. Bob was a huge animal lover and we lost count of how many stray cats he housed and fed over the years. Friends used to call him Noah as every stray seemed to go toward the glowing light hovering over the Busch house.

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Simon Landa

Jun 01, 1939 - Feb 22, 2024

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Caldwell, ID

Simon Landa passed away on February 22nd, 2024, doing what he loved—farming. He was born June 1st, 1939, in Boise, Idaho to Sabino and Sabina Landa. Raised on the farm with his brother Joseph and sister Josephine, Simon spent his entire 84 years of life farming in the Sunnyslope area of Caldwell. Simon attended grades 1-8 at Sunnyslope school. He attended and graduated from Marsing high school in 1957. This was the start of making lifelong friends in the community he grew up in. Everybody knew Simon. After graduation Simon served eight years in the Army National Guard before being honorably discharged in September of 1964. On July 10, 1970 he married Patricia (Pat) Baalson at Saint Hubert’s Catholic Church in Homedale, Idaho. Simon was the proud father of two daughters Gina and Michelle. Simon developed a passion for the game of golf and in 1978 he and Pat purchase property at Terrace Lakes resort in Garden Valley. Over the next 45 years, so many memories were made on the golf course and in the cantina with family and friends. Simon was a diehard fan to his favorite sports teams— the New York Yankees, Notre Dame, Oakland Raiders, and Boise State. He and Pat were BSU season-ticket holders for many years and loved to travel to away games. Go, Broncos! Simon was a commissioner for 35 years serving on the Marsing Ambulance Board. He was also a 50+ year member of the Caldwell Elks. His community was very important to him. Simon was very proud of his Basque heritage. Simon and his parents were charter members of Euzkaldunak Basque club in Boise, Idaho. They enjoyed many dinners at the Basque Center, helping to keep the Basque culture alive and thriving. He was a member of Caldwell Basque Charities serving as co-chairman numerous times. He loved helping his community through the charitable work this organization does. And he particularly loved watching his daughters and later his granddaughters perform traditional Basque dances. He also was a member of the Basque Museum and Cultural Center, Mountain Home Basque club, Gooding Basque club, Ontario, Oregon Basque club and Txoko Ona Basque Club of Homedale, Idaho. He developed a love for the Basque card game Muz in his retirement years. Every Tuesday evening and on many Sundays, you could find Simon playing the game that he loved surrounded by old and new friends. Gora Euzkadi!! He was preceded in death by his parents, Sabino and Sabina Landa, his brother, Joseph, and sister, Josephine. He is survived by his wife of almost 54 years Pat, his daughters Gina Landa and Michelle Andrews, son in law Dan Andrews, and his four grandchildren Kamryn Phay, Campbell Andrews, Carson Andrews and Teagan Phay. He loved being an Aitita and joking around with all four of his grandchildren. A viewing and visitation will be held on Wednesday, March 6, 2024, at the Nampa Funeral Home Yraguen Chapel. A private family graveside will be in the Canyon Hill Cemetery, Caldwell. A celebration of life will be held at Txoko Ona Basque Center in Homedale on Sunday, March 10, 2024, from Noon to 4 PM). Please join us in a toast to a very full life. In lieu of flowers the family would like donations to be made in Simon’s name to the Basque Museum and Cultural Center (611 W. Grove Street Boise, Idaho 83702) or Txoko Ona Basque Club (P.O. Box 1163, Homedale, Idaho 83628 ) or a charity of your choice. Condolences can be given at www.nampafuneralhome.com. To to the family or in memory of Simon Landa, please

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Vera Joan Berghuis

Jul 24, 1929 - Feb 25, 2024

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Caldwell, ID

Vera Joan Berghuis, born July 24, 1929, in Trenton, Nebraska, passed from her earthly home in Caldwell, Idaho, to be with Jesus on February 25, 2024. She was 94 and lived a very fulfilling life. There are so many family members and friends who meant so much to "Mom", that there isn't enough space to write their names. I often heard from others, "Your mom is so kind." And it was true! Mom was a real treasure and she will be dearly missed and remembered with fondness, especially for her sweet smile and loving heart. A smile never fading, Free of earth's chains, Resting in the arms of Jesus. A graveside service will be held on March 15, 2024 at 12:00 noon at Cypress Lawn Cemetery in Everett, WA. If so desired, contributions can be made to: First Christian Reformed Church 1429 McDougall Ave. Everett, WA 98201

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