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Irene B Snyder

November 30th, 2012

Irene B. Snyder, 88, of Nampa, died Friday, November 30, 2012, at an assisted care facility in Nampa. She was born July 3, 1924 to Mary and Steve Woznick in Wilton, ND, 7th child of 9. She married Haroldean Butcher in 1945 and raised two children Greg and Lori in Portland OR. She worked for many years as a clerk for Safeway and Fredmeyer’s then retired in 1976 to Bend OR until the passing of Haroldean (Bud) in 1982. She then moved to Caldwell, ID to be closer to her family where she was an active member of the Eagle’s Lodge and she enjoyed helping with many fund raisers until her health declined. She is survived by her brothers Larry Woznick and Greg Woznick, her son Greg Butcher on Caldwell, her daughter Lori Alexander of Nampa, 3 granddaughters and a grandson, Travis Perdue and family of Alabama, Kayti Bauer of Middleton, Jaymi Howard of Nampa, and Breanne Zoeller whom recently moved to Golden Valley ND, near the town of Wilton ND where her grandmother Irene grew up and went to school. She also leaves behind her great-grandchildren Joshlin Bauer 5 years old and Cooper Howard 22 months old that were G.G’s pride and joy. A memorial graveside service will be at10:00AM on Friday, December 14, 2012, at Canyon Hill Cemetery, Caldwell. Condolences for the family may be left online at www.flahifffuneralchapel.com. Service Information

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