Eileene E. Kindall, 84, of Middleton, died at home Saturday,
May 13, 1995. Funeral
services will be held at 2 p.m. Wednesday, May 17, 1995, at Valley Pentecostal
Church, 20594 Ward Lane,
Pastor Norman Rutzen
will officiate. Interment
will follow at the Middleton Cemetery.
Services are under
the direction of Dakan Funeral Chapel, Caldwell.
Eileene was born February 25, 1911, at Blackfoot,
Idaho, the daughter of Miller August
Jensen and Mary Ellen Scott Jensen.
Her early childhood
was spent on a homestead in the
Lost River Valley.
There, her father
built the first wooden frame house in the
Lost River area The
family moved to Montana for
a short time, then to
where she met her husband, Henry J. Kindall.
They were married
November 10, 1931, at Ontario, Oregon.
They moved to
Middleton in 1936 where she has resided until her death.
Mr. Kindall passed
away October 5, 1984.
Eileene was a devoted and faithful mother and
faith in the Lord was expressed by her granddaughter, Pam
Silveria: "Being a Christian and serving the Lord became a
way of life for her as a young woman.
Together with her
husband, she provided a home filled with love, peace and
a straight course and being ever mindful of the Lord's
leading gave her in return a life filled with cornfort,
security and many blessings.
Her unending faith in the Lord goes on as her
children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren continue on
the path she set before them."
Eileene is survived by two daughters and sons-in-law, Carol
and Clyde Oswald of Middleton and Mary and Richard Stagg of
Bowling Green, Kentucky; three sons and daughters-in-law,
Rev. H. LaVon Kindall and Letha of Seattle, Washington,
Conley and Rowena Kindall of McCall, Idaho, and Richard and
Dorothy Kindall of Eagle, Idaho; thirteen grandchildren and
addition to her husband, she was preceded in death by five
sisters and five brothers.
Her family suggests that memorials be made to Valley
Pentecostal Church Building Fund or the West Valley Medical
Center Hospice Program, 1717 Arlington, Caldwell, Idaho