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|According to Lynn's website, the nickname "Clyde" was given by friends of his brother Dennis Lee Duckworth during the years when they worked together at Dennis's floor cleaning service AKA Hoppies Floor Cleaning. At the time Dennis drove a 66 Cadillac and pulled a big old u-haul trailer. One of the friends said, "You two make an entrance like Bonnie & Clyde." I responded, "I'm Clyde!" and it stuck.
|DUCKWORTH, Lynn Vern (I1748)
|Born at 2:34pm, 8lbs, 1 oz at Avera St. Lukes hospital in South Dakota.
|NUTTALL, Morgan Elaine (I1749)
|Cause of death due to childbirth.
|Cemetery records indicate her age was 61 yrs 10 months.
|BARLOW, Mary (I0032)
|Gerald L. Nuttall, 87, died peacefully in his sleep on January 22, 2010 at his home in Boise, surrounded by his wife and friends. Memorial services will be held at 11:00am on Thursday, January 28, at Cloverdale Funeral Home, 1200 North Cloverdale Road, Boise, Idaho. A luncheon will follow at the Cloverdale Funeral Home Reception Center.
Jerry was born in New Lisbon, Wisconsin on August 11, 1922. He was the third child of six siblings born to Ray and Lillian Nuttall. Jerry completed his public education in New Lisbon and received his high school diploma in May of 1940. He enlisted in the U.S. Army Air Corp in January of 1942 and was stationed in China during World War II. Jerry was decorated in April of 1945 with the Bronze Star for bravery in combat. He also received the American Campaign Medal, the Asiatic Pacific Theater Medal, the Good Conduct Medal and the World War II Victory Medal. In 1946, Jerry enrolled at the University of Wisconsin in Madison, where he earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Civil Engineering. His first employment as an engineer was for the Bureau of Reclamation in Sacramento, CA until 1952 when he joined Morrison Knudsen International. He was originally hired as a field engineer for Morrison Knudsen and worked his way to becoming Vice President. Jerry retired from MKI Boise in 1987 after a distinguished 35-year career with the company. During his career, he traveled throughout the world, residing in Afghanistan, Indonesia, Taiwan, Australia, Singapore and the United States. On his return from Indonesia in the spring of 1957, Jerry met the love of his life, Jean Gilbertson, who was working in the personnel office of MKI San Francisco. They married in December 1958. Together they had the adventures and joys of fifty-one beautiful years of marriage. They enjoyed traveling, socializing with friends, fishing, playing cards and golfing together. Jerry even joined that select group of people who have scored a hole-in-one. Jerry was a Fellow in the American Society of Civil Engineers and a registered Professional Engineer in the State of California. He was a contributing member of Shriners International since 1960 and long-time member of the American Legion. Jerry was also an exclusive member of the Domain of Neptunus Rex. Beloved Husband of Jean; Father of Curtis and Isabel Nuttall of Anchorage, Alaska, and Robert and Gina Nuttall of Everett, Washington; Grandfather of Matthew Nuttall of Anchorage, Alaska, and Sarah and Brandon Nuttall, of Everett, Washington; sisters, Mavis Martin of Mauston, Wisconsin and Karen Schroeder; and numerous nieces and nephews, his extended Canadian family, and his treasured friends in Boise and around the world. He will be truly missed by all who knew him and loved him. Jerry was preceded in death by his parents; brothers, Everett and Norman; and sister, Delores. The family would like to express their heartfelt appreciation to all the wonderful people who were involved in Jerry's home care during the past few years: doctors, nurses, caregivers, therapists and special friends. As Jerry would always say; "Thank you." In lieu of flowers, please make a contribution to your favorite charity.
Published in Idaho Statesman on January 26, 2010
|NUTTALL, Gerald LeRoy (I0014)
|Graduated from New Lisbon High School in 1932.
|NUTTALL, Lucille Avina (I0069)
|Jean Adele Nuttall
1934 - 2017
Jean Adele Nuttall, 83, passed away peacefully on November 19, 2017 at her family home in San Diego, California, surrounded by her loving family and friends.
Born and raised on a wheat farm in Taber, Alberta, Jean's never-ending quest for adventure soon led her on an amazing journey throughout the world.
Working for Air Canada, Jean left Taber for the excitement of San Francisco, California, where she met a young engineer who quickly became the love of her life. Gerald Nuttall worked for Morrison Knudsen International and soon after their marriage in 1958, they started their international adventure when Jerry was assigned as a civil engineer on the magnificent Shimen Dam in Northern Taiwan. Far from home, Jean adapted like a pro and flourished in the new cultural experience. She established deep rooted friendships within the MKI community and she loved the beauty and warmth of the Taiwanese people. Jean and Jerry also started their own family in Taiwan with the birth of their sons Curtis and Robert.
After completion of Shimen in 1964, Jean and Jerry lived the "MKI lifestyle" based from the company headquarters in Boise, Idaho and moving from job to job in numerous exotic locations including the beautiful Snowy River area of New South Wales, Australia, the rugged outback of Western Australia, and the tropical garden city of Singapore. In 1978 Jerry was promoted to a corporate position at the headquarters in Boise where they retired in 1987.
At each location, Jean shrugged off the inevitable hardships of construction life and she was unshakable as a loving wife, mother and friend to everyone in the MKI community. The family home was always filled with love and laughter, she thoroughly enjoyed hosting dinners and cocktail parties and everyone was equally welcome - from the youngest construction apprentice to the most senior of visiting VIPs. Their retirement in Boise was a reunion of their extended MKI family and Jean thoroughly enjoyed socializing with her wonderful friends and family. She also enjoyed traveling, fishing, golfing, playing bridge, and Boise State Bronco parties.
Beloved wife of Gerald Nuttall (d. 2010), mother of Curtis and Isabel Nuttall of Anchorage, Alaska, and Robert and Gina Nuttall of San Diego, California, grandmother of Mathew Nuttall of Anchorage, Alaska, Sarah and Brandon Nuttall of San Diego, California, sisters Marion King of Calgary, Alberta, and Nora Hadley of Edmonton, Alberta, and numerous nieces and nephews. Jean was also much loved by her extended Nuttall family in Wisconsin and her treasured friends in Boise and around the world. She will be truly missed by all who knew her and loved her.
Jean was preceded in death by her parents Melvin and Helen Gilbertson of Taber, Alberta, and her brother Harold Gilbertson of Taber, Alberta.
The family would like to express their heartfelt appreciation to all of the wonderful people who were involved in Jean's home care during the last few years: doctors, nurses, caregivers, therapists, and special friends.
In lieu of flowers, please make a contribution to your favorite charity. Jean was especially supportive of the Idaho Youth Ranch.
Published in Idaho Statesman on Nov. 26, 2017.
on Dec 26, 2017.
|GILBERTSON, Jean A. (I0479)
|Juneau County Genealogical Society's cemetery book indicates Susan was 72.5 years of age when she died, hence the estimation of birth "about July 1821".
|CURE, Susan M. (I0024)
|Killed in action, World War II as an Army Sgt, Co. A, 44 Armd Inf, 2nd Armd Div.
|NUTTALL, Donald G. (I0072)
|life is definitely different with 3 kids. madison is a good helper for the most part. she likes to help feed and burp her sister and will usually get you something if you need it.
mitchell still isn't real sure about the whole thing.
he's been the baby for 2 years, so things are tough for him. he does help once in a great while and is very protective of his baby. miss miranda is growing she now weighs in at 9 lbs 9 ozs. she has already made her first trip to the doctor. she has a cracked clavical(the left one)and doesn't move her arm very much. it happened when she was born, but it just took a while for it to show up. the doctor told us that she must have moved her arm just right and now it bothers her. the only thing to do for her is give her tylenol and try to keep her arm still. she seems to be adjusting quite well and the crack will heal on it's own. as for mommy and daddy, we are trying to adjust too. we have had some late nights trying to get everyone to bed and get everything else done. some days we wonder what sleep is and if we will every get caught up doing the things we need to do like laundry, dishes.....
Mother's notes by e-mail around Nov 3, 2005.
|NUTTALL, Miranda Emily (I1660)
|Mitchell is definitely all boy. Anything and everything he can get into the better. He loves to be outside and get dirty. I just cringe when he comes in. Dirt from head to toe! Of course he loves to pick on his sister too. He has really had a thing for baby cows. We have three calves here in town and he wants to go by them at least twice a day.
Mother's notes via e-mail around 9 June 2005
|NUTTALL, Mitchell Andrew (I1097)
|NUTTALL, Jerry, 64, of Nashville, Tennessee, passed away August 23, 2015. He was preceded in death by his Father, Norman R. Nuttall and his Mother, Joyce M. Nuttall.
He is survived by his wife, Pat Harris-Nuttall; sons, Jerred, Jimmy, David & Ramsey; daughters, Sherrie, Courtney, Kim, Karie & Kendra; brother, Ron (Terrie) Nuttall; many grandchildren & great grandchildren.
Jerry had been employed at Leatherwood, Inc. for over thirteen years. He was a former Councilman for the City of Mauston, Wisconsin and a Emergency Medical Technician for Mauston Hospital. He was a Navy veteran during the Vietnam Era, a member of the National Rifle Assosciation and the American Legion Post 82.
A Celebration of life will be held 1pm Saturday at Phillips-Robinson Funeral Home with visitation from 11am to 1pm. In lieu of flowers, please send donations to the Wounded Warrior Project.
PHILLIPS-ROBINSON FUNERAL HOME, 2707 Gallatin Rd., www.phillipsrobinson.com, 615-262-3312.
|NUTTALL, Gerald Norman (I0246)
|She weighed 9 lbs and 2 ozs and was 20 1/2 inches long. Her sister (Madison) was excited and her brother (Mitchell) still isn't too sure about her yet. She is the first of the 3 to have dark hair and eyes. She is a very quiet baby.
Her mother's notes by e-mail around Oct 28, 2005.
|NUTTALL, Miranda Emily (I1660)
|Some old published accounts say birth YEAR was 1807.
|NUTTALL, Joseph H. (I0025)