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MAY 13, 2020 Ray George Law Ray George Law, 88 our loving , father, brother, and grandfather , passed away on May 9, 2020 due . to complications of a fall. He was born February 21, in .Paris, Idaho to Charles and Edna Law. He grew up on a ranch on the north side of Paris from to 1948. Heattended Emerson Elemen—' tary and Field- ing High School. Ray worked for and retired from the Union Pa- cific Railroad. He worked on the . section between ‘ Soda Springs, Idaho and Cokev- ille, Wyoming. Ray married Vernae Wind— ley in 1951. They later di- vorced. Three children, were . born from this union Rae Ann, Darrell, and Michael. Ray married Dorothy Cron— quist in "1967. They were sealed in the Logan Utah Temple-in Together they raised a house full of children includ- ing fOur children from Doro- thy’s previous marriage: Danny, Donna, Robert, and Mary Ann Hymas. A daughter, Diana, was born from this union. In January of Dorothy passed away. ‘ In October of Ray mar- ried Eilene Kunz. They lived to- gether in Bern, Idaho for 20 years. Ray’s hobbies included the one thing he loved the most, horse- back riding. He was a member of the Bear Lake Rangers and served many positions in that organization. He loved garden- ing and growing things. He raised a large garden every year along with fruit trees and rasp- berries. Ray loved the outdoors and Spending time in the moun- Terry Kimball passed away peacefully in his home in San Tan Valley, AZ on April 30, 2020. He was born June ‘30, 1946, to Leslie and Ruth Kiniball of Fish Haven, ID. He was the youngest of six children. He is survived by tains'camping and picking huck- leberries. Ray also enjoyed hunt- ing, fishing, and photography. v Ray was a mem- ber of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter—day Saints. and held many positions includ- ing counselor in the bishopric, Sun- day school presi- dent, Boy Scout leader, Sunday school teacher and young men’s coach. Ray is survived by his wife Eilene Kunz Law of L0- gan, Utah, four children, Rae Ann (Randy) Prescott Florida, Darrell (Gaye Lynn) Law of Rigby, Idaho, Michael (Trish) Law of Smithfield, Utah, and Diana (Richard) Wilcox of San . Angelo, Texas, five stepchildren, Donna (Carl) Henrickson of Washington, Virginia, Robert Hymas of Hurricane, Utah, Mary Ann Evans of Smithfield, Utah, Russell (Jackie) Kunz of Woods Cross, Utah, Shelley (Calvin) Patrick of Sandy, Utah, one sis- ter Esther Layland of Montpe- lier, Idaho, and one brother Rex Law of Sandy, Utah. He is also survived by many grandchil- dren and great grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his wife Dorothy Law, his , stepson Danny Hymas, his parents Charles and Edna Law, one sister Ora Parker, and one. brother Scott Law. Funeral arrangement will be provided by Schwab-Matthews Mortuary, Wednesday, 'May 13, 2020 at 2:00pm. A Live stream- ing‘ of the service will be available on Schwab- Matthews Mortuary Facebook page. Interment will take place in the Ovid Cemetery. his wife June Esterholdt Kim- ball, four.children Stacey Hall, Chad Kimball, Dana Kann and Tyler Kimball. grandchil- dren and one great-grandchild. He was laid to rest in the Lake- town Cemetery on May‘7,‘ 2020. of Davenport, A (News ~EEX311’111’161’ The only newspaper in the world that really cares about the Bear Lake Valley 7 Larry Robert Bauman Larry Robert Bauman, 83, returned to his Father in heaven and his eternal part— ner on Monday, May 8, 2020. He was a loving husband, fa- ther, grandfather, and great grandfather. He was born November 4, 1936 in Mont- pelier, Idaho. He was the second child of Leon- . ard and Neva ‘Bauman. His only sister Betty Wahl proceeded him in death. He was raised in Geneva, Idaho until the family relocate to Ogden, Utah due to his fa- ther working for the railroad. Larry Bauman attended Og- den High School and gradu- ated with his high school diploma in 1955. After gradu- ation he enlisted in the Air Force as an aircraft mechanic. He enjoyed serving and ex- ploring different areas in the world. He was honorably discharged from the Armed Forces on August 20, 1960, as an Airman Second Class. As a civilian he'was hired as an aircraft mechanic at Hill Air Force Base where he enjoyed going to work every day and made many lifetime _ friends. In he retired as a Quality Inspection Special- ist with 28 years of service. In Larry met the love . of his life, Rose Marie Brady in Ogden, Utah. They were married. on March 17, and later sealed for eternity in Shan Duane Ross Born July 15, died April 26; 2020. Mont- pelier, Idaho resident. Duane is a full blooded Four Corners Navajo Indian, a Medicine Man, a Ceremo- nial Hoop Dancer, an oil rig manager, a rancher, a fa- me“, ""wa tlrer'and husbandr‘fie‘died“ ‘ . unexpectedly in his sleep on Sunday, April 26, 2020. .He was born to Benjamin Ross and IdaNae Ross in Shiprock, New Mexico. He was raised by his father and step-mother, He took extreme pride in Evelyn Ross: Bill‘s. the Logan‘Temple on August 5, 2005. They were devoted to each other they were a defin- ing part of each other’s lives. They settled in Hooper, Utah where they had four chil- dren, Amy Genetti (Mike), Len Bauman (Roxanne), Becky Drysdale, Wendy'Ot- tesen (Randall). He has grandchildren! Dave Gen-- etti, Michelle Lesperance, Ste- ven Genetti, Larry Bauman, Laurianne Bauman, Lacee Bauman, Landin Bauman, Matthew 'Drysdale, Keith Drysdale, Heather Drysdale, Jamie Groesbeck, Jeremy Ot- tesen, Timothy Ottesen, Ken- dall Ottesen, Kira Ottesen, and great-grandchildren. Larry’s fondeSt memories were spending the summers in Geneva, Idaho with his family on the farm. He always talked about going fishing with his dad, Tommy Hillier, and John Linford. His heart . was always in Idaho. After he retired, they moved back to Montpelier, Idaho where they enjoyed the small-town atmosphere. Larry was a de- voted member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. His biggest joy was his family. He was always there when they needed him. He loved to play with grandchil- dren and great grandchildren. He enjoyed gardening, golf, hunting, camping, riding his Harley Davidson, and trav- eling. We will always have fond memories fishing with him on the creeks of Idaho. He was preceded in death by his wife, Rose Bauman, his par-' ents, Leonard and Neva Bau- man, and sister, Betty Wahl. There will be a viewing for family only due to COVID-l9 on May 14, 2020 at 10:00-11:00 A.M. at Schwab-Matthews‘ Mortuary at 702 Clay Street in Montpellier, Idaho. Graveside service will be at 11:00-12:00 in the Geneva Cemetery. his eight children; Shawn (20), Jayden (18), Jordanna (17), Paul (11), Shiiwaye I (10), Ashlie and Shawnndre ' Idaho, (8), and Victoria (18). Duane married his soul mate, Amelia Skin- ner, on February 6, 2020. He is preceded in death by his sister Shasta. His second family was the Dennis and Merlynn and Suzanna Hunzeker family. He loved working on the Hunzeker. Ranch. The funeral services were held at the Dingle, Cemetery on Sat! urday the 2nd of May. He will be greatly missed by all who . knew him. Georgetown/from A6 Mayor Waechtler said, “When you u take someone’s freedom of choice away . from them, they have nothing. There were a lot of kids and adults that were excited about going on trek and it got > cancelled. It’s about the same time, so it would be kind of nice to have something at the: same time. I think we should even have a little radio advertising for it too.” The FY. 2018-2019 Financial Au- dit of City Funds performed by Gary H. Teuscher, CPA was tabled until the next meeting~ when it will be easier to go over in person, if the council is able to meet in person. Or, they may hold- a special meeting just for this subject. Transfer of City Funds from Water 8: Sewer to General was not discussed. The council then discussed a resident who wants to put up an eight-foot fence on his property which borders the high- way because of the noise traffic makes. The ordinance only allows for a four- and Dr. Keith Nelson pBézlrLake Podiatry Dr. Adam Matthews Ear Nose 'lhro‘at Dr. Jeff Bennion Urology - Dr. Ryan Larsen ‘ Orthopaedics Dr. Kerry Jepsen Ophthalmology - Dr. Robert Jones . ‘ Call 208—847-1630 to schedule an appointment. Research each physician at click on Patient Services then Specialty Clinic. MEMORIA 3% Hospital 4.3 foot fence. He would have to come be- . fore the council and have it approved.- Secretary Nate then mentioned that Dan Shirley had asked if the council could send Steve Oliver a letter and a clean-up flyer because he has garbage in a truck that “smells.” She asked the council if they need to “help” him. Mayor Waechtler said that he will take care of it personally. Mayor Waechtler then said the city cleanup was a success. The dumpsters filled up in about four hours. He said that next year they may need to get four dumpsters instead of two. It was also men- tioned that this year they had a garbage receptacle which was good. Clerk Smith mentioned that She had people say we should have the cleanup again in the fall. The mayor said he would see what the bill came to and then decide. Clerk Smith said the bill came to $245, so the mayor said there is a possibility of doing it twice a year. Clerk smith commented. that there was not much on the po- lice report, so it was not discussed. For the maintenance report, Shane 7161-1 Clark reported that he has been working with the backhoe service at Matt’s house. Water has been found and they will be in- stalling some time this Week. They have a little problem with the sewer around that area. They have dug various trenches and finally looked at the manhole and found it was never plumbed into the manhole. In talking to Doug, they can use the sewer pipes by the hydrant and tie into the sewer line. ‘What he needed to know is how the City wants to proceed with having them do part of the work or having Matt do it because his equipment is there. Mayor Waechtler said he would be okay with letting Matt do it with Shane overseeing it using Matt’s equipment. Councilman Kunz asked how much Matt would do and be responsible for. Shane responded that he would probably do about 100 or so feet. They haven’t taped it off yet. He said that Matt would do part of the work with him helping him. Then he would continue to dig the trench and the city would charge for the pipe. The mayor said that if Matt is helping with the city’s part, then the city should have to pay Shane, just not as much. The city shouldn’t pay Matt to help, and he isn’t expecting them to pay, he just wants to get in there and get it done. The city would still need to pay Shane for his time for the city’s portion of it. The home- owner still has to pay for the sewer hook- up plus whoever is doing it. Plus, he has to pay for the labor and the hours it takes to do it. He has to pay a sewer hookup fee. The water hookup is on his property there now. He still has to pay the $1,500 buy-in hookup fee, or impact fee, to use the water. As far as a maintenance report, Shane didn’t have much to report. He said, however, that Tee Steadman wanted him to bring up that he had a resident who wants to put a four-way stop sign by Chuck Sim’s place (W 4th Street and West Street). They are worried about traffic there with kids. People are “flying up and down that road.” It was decided they will talk about it at the next coun- cil meeting with a couple of other ideas. More GEORGETOWN I 118