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Information for Inez D. Boyles Johnson

24 January, 1911 - 16 August, 1996

From The Idaho Press-Tribune

August, 1996
Contributed by Dennis McIndoo

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Inez Boyles Johnson

    Inez D. Johnson, 85, of Homedale, Idaho, formerly of Caldwell, Idaho, passed away Friday, August 16, 1996, at Roes Country Manor, Homedale, of Natural causes.
    Graveside services will be held at 11 a.m. on Monday, August 19, 1996, at Wilder Cemetery.
    Inez was born January 24, 1911, in Wayne County, Iowa, the daughter of Frank and Mary Duskin Boyles.  At age ten she moved to Idaho with her family, settling in the Marsing area.  She grew up and attended schools in Marsing.
    Inez married Kenneth Johnson May 5, 1941.  They worked and raised their family in the Marsing area.  Inez worked for the Marsing school lunch program and she and Kenneth ran the Rose Haven Cafe in Marsing for several years.  Inez also worked for several nursing homes in Caldwell and retired in 1973.
    Inez was a very generous and giving person.  She always put others before herself and made many sacrifices for her family.
    Inez enjoyed going fishing with her husband Kenneth and going to see and visit friends.  She loved having her grandchildren stay with her.
    Inez is survived by two sons and daughters-in-law, Duskin and Ann Johnson of Boise; Terry and Carol Johnson of Caldwell; four grandchildren, Carlene, Dusty, Michelle and Darr, and four great grandchildren, Tyler and Kaycee and Heather and Clay.
    She was preceded in death by her husband, Kenneth, a brother and her parents.
    The family would like to express thanks to Roes Country Manor employees for the tender loving care they extended to Inez during the time she resided there.

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