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Peggy Marie Ward 82, of Nampa, died Friday, November 26, 2021. Graveside services will be at 11 AM, Thursday, December 2, 2021 at the Lower Boise Cemetery located at 22410 10 Davis Road, Parma, ID 83660. Services are under the direction of Zeyer Funeral Chapel, Nampa. 208-467-7300

Nampa - Lynda Jean Jackson, 74, of Nampa, Idaho, and formerly of Caldwell, ID, went home to be with her Lord and Savior on Tuesday, November 9, 2021, at a hospital in Billings, MT while visiting family. A Celebration of Life service will be conducted at 3 p.m., December 6, 2021, at Harvest Life Church, 11437 Orchard Ave, Nampa, ID. Pastor Dave Whaley will officiate the service. Lynda was born October 18, 1947, in Nampa, ID. She was born and raised in Caldwell, ID on a dairy farm. Lynda completed her school years in the Caldwell School District, graduating from CHS in 1966. She married Gerald "Jerry" Jackson on July 13, 1972. The couple raised their 3 boys in the same family home she grew up in. Survivors include her husband of 49 years, Jerry Jackson of Nampa, ID; a son and daughter-in-law, GJ and Dustie Jackson of Nampa, ID; a son and fiancé, Cody Jackson and Anje Mercado of Billings, MT; a son and daughter-in-law, Jeremy and Davina Jackson of Nampa, ID; a step-son, Jason Jackson (Laura) of Whittier, CA; a step-daughter, Lisa Wright of Moreno Valley, CA; a brother and sister-in-law, Gary and Carol McConnell of Eugene, OR; along with numerous grandchildren, nieces and nephews.

Chester Seburn Harris 88, of Greenleaf, died Monday, November 15, 2021. Celebration of Life will be held on Friday, November 19, 2021 at 1:00pm at the Greenleaf Friends Church, 20535 Academy Rd, Greenleaf, ID 83626. Family and friends can read the full obituary online at www.flahifffuneralchapel.com

Wilder - Jackie Eugene Cagle Jr., 46, of Wilder, passed away Tuesday, November 2, 2021 at his home of natural causes. A family viewing will be held on Monday, November 8, 2021 from 5 p.m. to 6 p.m. at Dakan Funeral Chapel, Caldwell. Graveside services will be held at 2 p.m. on Tuesday, November 9, 2021 at the Fargo Cemetery, Wilder, with his second cousin, Bob Brixey of Boise officiating. Services are under the direction of Dakan Funeral Chapel, Caldwell, 208-459-3629. Condolences and memories may be shared with the family at www.dakanfuneralchapel.com Jackie was born in Caldwell, ID to Jack and Clarice Cagle on July 24, 1975. Jackie enjoyed tee ball as a young child and Tae Kwon Do for several years earning five belts, all except the black belt. Jackie graduated from Wilder High School in 1993. He then attended Idaho State University (ISU) for one year living with his sister who was also attending ISU Pocatello. Later he worked several jobs in life including working with Uncle Eddie and Grandma Carrie on the family farm. He also fought forest fires for a couple years, worked construction in Boise, ID and welding jobs. His greatest adventure came when working in Alaska on commercial fishing ships for three years. The adventure for him was to see all the wildlife and eat fresh seafood every night on the ship. He always brought mom and dad a huge filet of Lingcod on the plane ride home. His last job was at Clayton Tree Farm in Wilder, ID. Learning all varieties of trees and how to care for them. He loved fishing with his family in their favorite place, Hells Canyon. He and his sister Carrie Ann, Loved deep sea fishing together and made several trips to Morro Bay and Bandon. He will be forever missed by his family. Till we meet again my son and brother. A special thank you to the St. Luke's doctors, nurses, home health, hospice and the Wilder EMT's. In lieu of flowers, donations to the Wilder EMT's would be appreciated.

Boise - Gary Dennis Hyland passed away on October 27th, 2021 surrounded by his wife and kids. Gary was born in Dartford, England on September 8th, 1961. His parents, him and his younger brother immigrated to the United States Nov of 1967. Eventually ending up in Boise, ID in 1968. Gary lived his life with a "Work hard, Play harder" mentality. He spent his youth under the hoods of cars and on dirt tracks racing sprint cars. He loved to snowmobile, ride his RZR in the mountains and his Can-Am in the dunes. His favorite place was up at his property in Cascade, ID surrounded by the mountains and his family and friends. Gary was employed by Western Trailers for 28 years, working his way up from parts salesman to being one of their top-producing trailer salesmen, building strong bonds with many people across the Northwest. Most importantly, he was a husband, son, father and grandfather. Together with his dear wife Jana, he proudly raised 3 strong children. However, Gary was a father figure to many more. He always lent an ear, a shoulder to cry on, or his wisdom to whoever needed it. Somehow intuitively knowing just the right time to call someone and check in and tell them to "Keep Going". He was the glue that held many people together. Gary is survived by his Wife, Jana. Their 3 kids, Chantelle Hyland-Sweat (Justin Sweat), Jackelyn Sucher (Brian Sucher), and Mackenzie Hyland. As well as his first granddaughter, Frances Sucher. Parents, Dennis and Terry Hyland. Brother, Daryl Hyland. Niece, Abigail Hyland. In laws, Gene and Glenda Blessing. Brother in law, Michael Blessing. Nieces, Hannah and Shianne Blessing. As well as numerous relatives in the UK. His Celebration of Life is Friday, November 12th at 2pm at The Vineyard Church in Garden City, ID. 4950 N Bradley St, Garden City, ID 83714

Nampa - Cody Thomas Jacobs, 37, of Nampa, ID joined the angels on October 18, 2021. Born in Boise, ID on February 28, 1984 to parents Loreli Brandt and Jerry Jacobs. He graduated from Mountain Home High School and later married Krystal Kilgore. They had only four legged children, and divorced. From an early age Cody had to know how things worked, forever tearing them down and putting them back together. He loved to build with his hands. He worked in the masonry field with TMC. To know him was to love him. His playful, goofy, caring soul! He loved karate and music. There isn't a time he didn't share a song that I remember. He connected deeply through song. He loved animals and kids. His truck. He enjoyed deep conversations and simple moments in time. He gave you pieces of himself selflessly. Loving and living, always. The outdoors held a special place for him. The riverbank, the stars, tailgate of his truck, camping, fishing, hunting. He loved it all. Taking in all those moments offered. Cody is survived by his mom, stepdad, and sister. Along with numerous cousins, family members and friends. Fly free! We love you. A Celebration of Life will be Saturday, October 30, 2021 at 4pm. Please direct flowers/donations to Cloverdale Funeral Home. We are doing a potluck gathering. Please bring a dish to share.

Boise - Velma Downing was born January 7, 1932 in Wendell, ID to Harvy and Eulalie Downing. The youngest of six children, she was raised on the family farm north of Jerome and attended school there. In 1954, she married Harold Wageman and moved to Boise, ID. Together, they raised four children while moving around a bit. Velma worked for The Shiloh and Ramada Inns in Salt Lake and Boise for many years, before retiring in Boise. Velma died in Nampa, ID due to complications after a falling accident. Velma is survived by her husband, Harold, and three of their children; Lyndia Townley (Lowell), Jerry Wageman (Cenia), and Michael Wageman (Lani). She is also survived by one sister, Deloris Towne, as well as many grandkids and great-grandkids. Velma was preceded in death by her parents, four siblings, daughter Charlotte Evans, and grandsons Jeremy Evans and Mathew Townley. The family would like to thank the staff of Truewood, St. Alphonsus, and Meadow View Rehab. for taking such good care of her. Services will be held at a later date. Memories and condolences can be sent to www.CloverdaleFuneralHome.com

Eagle - Cheyenne Clinton Kimball, born May 8th 1970 in La Grande, OR. Lost his battle with COVID-19 on October 7th 2021 in Boise, ID. Cheyenne was raised in logging camps and in his teen age years went to be a logger. He logged in ID, OR, WA and MT. In his 30s he settled down in Treasure valley and became a heavy equipment operator. He had a need to stay busy, loved to learn new things: beside his job he always had a construction project. Last 10 years his passion was training and raising dogs; people in ID, MT, UT, NV, CA, OR and WA enjoy amazing German Shepherd Dogs from his breeding program. In 2006 Cheyenne met the love of his life. She came half way around the world to join him. They had two amazing children.He loved the outdoors and loved to camp, jet ski, and ride atv's with his family. He'd go to great lengths to help the people. He is greatly missed by everyone whose lives he touched throughout his life. Cheyenne is survived by his beloved wife Xeniya, daughter Zoe 14, son Diesel 6, and countless family and friends. A potluck-celebration of life will be held at the Community Hall East End of town on Main Street in Unity, Oregon on Saturday November, 6th 2021 at 12:00 pm Noon.