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The following obituaries are not family, but friends and acquaintances who have touched my life one way or another.
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POCATELLO - Frances Deagle, 73, Pocatello, died Tuesday evening, June 10, 2008, at home.

She was born October 13, 1935, at Ainsworth, Neb., to Frank and Nettie Brede Kolb.

She married Herb Deagle November 20, 1955.

She loved her job as an instructor for the Office Occupations Department of the Idaho State University Vo-Tech, retiring after 27 years.

She enjoyed playing golf with her friends, gardening, watercoloring, travel, playing bridge, music, telling jokes and laughter. Frances also enjoyed volunteering at the Art Center a half a day a week, where she made many friends. She loved children and loved to take care of her grandchildren.

Frances played the violin. Her grandfather was a violin maker and had made her a violin.

She is survived by her husband, Herb; two sons, Mark (Tami) Deagle of Hailey, Idaho, and Todd (Jackie) Deagle of Pocatello; four grandchildren, Kolby, Mitchell, Tyson, and Lyndsey; a great-grandson, Caden; and two sisters, Glenda (Earl) Braga of Twin Falls and Tootie (Bud). She was preceded in death by a son, Gregory, her parents, and a infant sister.

Memorial services will be held Saturday, June 14, 2008, at 11 a.m. in the Cornelison-Henderson Funeral Chapel, 431 N. 15th Ave., Pocatello, with Pastor Mike Powell officiating. The family will receive friends one hour prior to services in the funeral home Saturday.

Idaho State Journal (Pocatello, ID) Date: June 13, 2008 Page: 6 Record Number: 13/06/2008/Ar00610 Copyright 2008, Idaho State Journal (Pocatello, ID), All Rights Reserved.

Silviano ("Sil") Martinez 1942 ~ 2008 Silviano ("Sil") Martinez was born on Oct. 16, 1942 in San Cristobal, New Mexico, to Mary and Jose Martinez, and died on Jan. 6, 2008.

His mother and father preceded him in death. Sil and Pamela Marie Poole Martinez were married in Logan, Utah on June 23, 1972. They had two daughters Monique Ahlstrom (Floyd) and Farrah Reyes (Eleazar) and Sil was a proud and loving grandfather to Sophia Reyes.

Sil is survived by two sisters Ida Bittmen (Joe) and Evila Perronne (Jerry); nephews Rev. David Bittmenn, Mark (Michele) and Paul (Carrie) Bittmenn, and Brian (Loris) and Craig Perronne; brother-in-law Craig Poole (Sharon); and nephews and nieces Christopher, Andraea, Catherine Poole and Dawn (Casey) Waldron; mother-in-law Afton Poole; three grandnephews, and five grandnieces.

Sil lived the early years of his life at Deseret Chemical Depot south of Tooele and then moved to Tooele, Utah. He graduated from Tooele High School, and then took courses at numerous colleges the University of Utah, Weber State and Westminster.

From 1960 to 1963 Sil was a SEABEE in the US Navy and served in the West Pac Detachment Amphibious CB-2 Naval Beach Group 1. Sil worked with the Utah Highway Patrol from 1968 through the spring of 1977 in Tooele County. He then went to work for Union Pacific in Salt Lake City and later transferred to Pocatello, Idaho. He served as a Senior Special Agent and Hazardous Materials Specialist. He also worked in drug education and enforcement for the railroad.

Sil loved golfing, hunting, fishing and bicycling with his friends. His hobbies included woodwork, metalwork and welding.

The family wishes to express their thanks to the staff at Huntsman Cancer Institute. A funeral mass will be held on Fri. January 11 at 11 a.m. at St. Marguerite's Catholic Church, 15 S. 7th Street, Tooele. With a visitation the hour prior at the church also Thurs. evening from 6-8 p.m. also at the church. Interment Tooele City Cemetery.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in Sil's memory to Huntsman Cancer Foundation (Restricted to Leukemia), 500 Huntsman Way, Salt Lake City, UT 84108.

Salt Lake Tribune, The (UT) Date: January 9, 2008 Record Number: 100914738 (c) 2008 The Salt Lake Tribune. All rights reserved.

Idaho State Journal, 08/20/01

POCATELLO — Marvin Daniel Whitworth, 73, passed away Saturday, August 18, 2001, at his home after a lengthy illness. Marvin (Marv) was born on June 18, 1928, at Inkom, Idaho, to Francis (Frank) and Katheryn O. Whitworth. He grew up in Chesterfield, attending school in Inkom, Bancroft and Pocatello.

On October 6, 1950, he married Margaret (Marge) A. Valentine at Chesterfield, Idaho. He ranched in the Chesterfield, Eight Mile, south of Soda Springs, and the Doc Newton Ranch on Marsh Creek Road. He began employment for Idaho Portland Cement (Ash Grove) in 1957, became a foreman until his retirement in 1991.

Marvin and his wife, Marge, had a race horse training business from 1969 until 1984. He enjoyed hunting, fishing and summers with his family and friends at his retirement home located at Cedar Bay Marina, Henry, Idaho.

He is survived by his wife of 50 years, Marge, Inkom; four daughters, Terry Lish and Marilyn Brown, both of Inkom; Jackie (Dennis) Davis and Marian (Marvin) Shappart, Pocatello; three granddaughters, Leslie (Dan) Bull and Totonka, Sharlene Gonzalas and Kim Jones; three grandsons, Spencer, Terry and Troy (Teresa) Davis; three great-grandsons, Andrew, Anthony Gonzalas and Kyle (Powers) Davis; his father, Francis (Frank) Whitworth, Inkom; sisters, Darla (Jud) Tolman, Portland, Oregon; Iris (Gordon) Bernier, Inkom; brothers, Arden (Norma) Whitworth and Albert (Karen) Whitworth, all of Inkom. He also is survived by numerous nieces and nephews and his honorary family of Robbie and Margurite Davis of New York.

He was preceded in death by his mother, Katheryn; and a brother, Steven Whitworth; grandsons, Juston D. Corson Whitworth and Heath A. Lish.

Funeral services will be held Wednesday, August 22, 2001, at 2 p.m. in the Inkom L.D.S. Church with Bishop David Hunt of the Rapid Creek Ward conducting.

The family will receive friends from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. Tuesday evening at the Henderson-Cornelison Funeral Home, 431 North 15th Ave., Pocatello, and also at the church from 1 p.m. until service time. He will be laid to rest in the Inkom Cemetery.

Idaho State Journal, 03/07/08

INKOM — Margaret A. “Marge” Whitworth, 81, Inkom, died Tuesday afternoon, March 4, 2008, at a local medical center. Marge was born on October 25, 1926, in Diamondville, Wyoming, to Joseph and Mary Glass Valentine.

She met and married Marion Clark on November 25, 1946, and they had two daughters, Marilyn and Marian. An airplane crash took Marion’s life in 1948. Widowed and working as a nurse at the Caribou County Hospital in Soda Springs, she met and married Marvin Whitworth on October 6, 1950. They had two daughters, Terry and Jacklyn. Marvin preceded her in death on August 18, 2001.

With a deep, unwavering love for her family and friends she has enjoyed fishing, hunting, gardening, sewing, crafting and 4-H projects with her grandchildren. These interests have given her many unforgettable memories.

Marge had a reputation as a great cook, and her large garden and home canning provided much of the food for those meals. She worked in the family horse racing business, which presented the opportunity to travel to many Western states and Mexico.

Marge served as a regional president of the Hemophilia Foundation. She enjoyed her summer home at Cedar Bay Marina, Henry, Idaho, where she formed many wonderful and long-lasting friendships. Marge was a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. She has always been a positive inspiration to her family and friends and purity of purpose and ideas.

Marge is survived by four daughters, Terry Lish and Marilyn Brown, both of Inkom, Jacklyn (Dennis) Davis and Marian (Marvin) Shappart of Pocatello; three granddaughters, Leslie (Russ) McAffee, Sharlene Gonzales and Kim Jones; two grandsons, Terry and Troy (Teresa) Davis; seven great-grandsons, Andrew and Anthony Gonzales, Kyle (Powers) Davis, Mason and Dixon McAffee and Matt and Mark McGillis; four greatgranddaughters, Jodi, Liane, Felicia and Olivia; three greatgreat-grandchildren, Luke, Drew and Taylor; a sister, Betty (Marvin) Watkins; and a brother, Joseph (Dixie) Valentine, all of Soda Springs. Marge is also survived by many nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death besides her two husbands by her parents, three grandsons, Juston Whitworth-Corson, Heath A. Lish and Spencer Davis.

The family wishes to thank the nurses and staff at the Portneuf Heart and Vascular Center, Dr. Boehm, Dr. Jackson, Dr. Rahim, all their staff and her special friend, John Serpa, for their kindness, compassion and excellent care of our mother.

Funeral services will be held Saturday, March 8, 2008, at 2 p.m. in the Inkom LDS Ward Chapel, with Bishop John C. McNabb conducting.

The family will receive friends at the church from 7 to 9 p.m. this evening and from 1 to 1:40 p.m. on Saturday. Burial will be in the Inkom Cemetery following services. Funeral arrangements are under the direction of the Cornelison-Henderson Funeral Home, 431 N. 15th Ave., Pocatello.

Memorials may be given in Marge’s memory to the Breast Cancer Foundation, 2600 Network Blvd., Suite 300, Frisco, Texas 75034. Condolences may be sent online to the family at





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