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Upon discharge from the service, he enrolled in the University of Idaho where he resided in the Sigma Nu fraternity house. During the time he was in Moscow, he met and married Georgia Fisher, who became his friend, partner and love. Keith and a friend ... (Billings Gazette)
Annette (Robert) Hanson of Boston, Massachusetts, Philip (Patricia Sausser) of St. Anthony, Krista (Giuseppe) Coco of Suffern, New York, Mark (Turi) of Moscow, Idaho, Karina (Joel) Peterson of Brainerd, Elizabeth (John) Bade of Northfield; 10 grandchildren ... (Brainerd Dispatch)
Boyd always put others first and was willing to help anyone. Boyd is survived by his wife, Brenda of Rio Rancho, New Mexico, his children, Nathan Pope (Connie) of Moscow, Idaho; Shaun Pope (Andrea) of Centerville, Utah; Kristi Fairchild (Richard ... (Ogden Standard-Examiner)
Wallace Frances Ogden was born in Deary, Idaho, on March 4, 1932 ... Onaway, Potlatch, Palouse and Moscow, with the only exception being a year in Bremerton, Wash., when he was 9. His adventures continued while serving in the Navy during the Korean ... (Moscow-Pullman Daily News)
He had one year of college credits from the University of Idaho in Moscow and University of Montana in Missoula. Trever was actively employed in the construction industry most of his life. He was a good carpenter, living in Polson and Missoula most of the ... (Missoulian)
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