John Paul Geyer
9 May, 1914 – 6 February, 1985
From the Idaho
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Services for John Paul Geyer, 70, Caldwell, who died
Wednesday, Feb. 6, at home of natural causes, will be
conducted at 2 p.m. Tuesday at the Dakan Funeral Chapel,
The Rev. Robert Geyer of Caldwell will officiate.
Interment will be in the Greenleaf Cemetery. Mr. Geyer was
born May 9, 1914, at Blackfoot, the son of Norman Paul and
Sarah Willan Raine Geyer. He resided in Blackfoot from 1914
until 1975, when he came to Caldwell to make his home with his
brother, Robert Geyer, and his wife, Lucille.
As a young boy he helped his father on the farm. For the
past 40 years, he had been considered disabled. Much of his
interest centered in the geography of our country and world
and the travel possibilities it portrayed, especially with
emphasis on the animal life. He loved to make friends with
the animals he lived among. He also loved to talk to others
about these interests, or about local and world problems and
He is survived by two sisters older than he, Virginia
Geyer Vanderwood of Witchita, Kan., and Catherine Geyer Sine
of Burlingame. Calif.; one brother and one sister younger than
he, Robert R. Geyer of Caldwell and Mildred Geyer DeWeerd of
Pennville, Ind.: and a goodly number of nieces and nephews.
Friends may call from 12 to 1:30 p.m. at the Dakan Funeral
Chapel on Tuesday.
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