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Home arrow News arrow Obituaries arrow Obituaries for March 7, 2011

Obituaries for March 7, 2011


Glenn Stutzman
Glenn Wayne “Bub” Stutzman, died March 4, 2011, died peacefully March 4, 2011, at the Veterans Home at Pocatello, Idaho, after a long battle with Alzheimers.
His graveside service will be scheduled at Filer, Idaho, this spring.

Bub was born on Oct. 11, 1923, at Filer, Idaho, to Lee and Sade (Yoder) Stutzman.  After graduating from school he joined the U.S. Navy, where he served his country.

After being discharged, he married Louetta Phinney on Oct. 6, 1951, and began a career in truck driving. They had two sons, Ira and Rod.

For many years, they lived at Filer, Idaho, and then moved to American Falls, Idaho, where they lived until Bub retired. After retirement, Bub and Louetta made their home at Gibbonsville, Idaho, for the next 33 years. Bub is known as the “Gold of Gibbonsville.”

In 2005, they moved to Halfway, where Bub remained until he entered  the Veterans home at Pocatello.

He enjoyed hunting, fishing, woodworking, lapidary, cribbage, pitching horseshoes, and most of all visiting with friends and family.

Survivors include his wife, Louetta Stutzman; sons, Ira (Sharon) Stutzman and Rod (Lizz) Stutzman; grandchildren, Kim (Casey) Stutzman-Rowen, Matt Stutzman, Kara Stutzman and Elisha Stutzman; two great-grandchildren, Kerri and Kadie Stutzman-Rowen; one sister, Betty (Wilfred) Ulrick; and numerous nieces and nephews.

He was preceded in death by his parents and two brothers.

Memorial contributions may be made to the Alzheimer’s Association through Tami’s Pine Valley Funeral Home, P.O. Box 543, Halfway, OR 97834.

 
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