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Information for Magdalena "Madge" Wagner Ibbotson

26 March, 1913 - 22 March, 1996

From The Idaho Press-Tribune

26 March, 1996
Contributed by Dan Fowler

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Magdalena 'Madge' Ibbotson

    Magdalena "Madge" Ibbotson, 82, of Caldwell, died Friday, March 22, 1996, at home of natural causes. Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Thursday, March 28, 1996, at Dakan Funeral Chapel in Caldwell. Rev. Brian Smith of the Crouch Community Church, Garden Valley, will officiate. Private interment will follow at Hillcrest Memorial Gardens, Caldwell.
    Madge was born March 26, 1913, at Mercer, North Dakota. She moved to Nampa in 1937 and married John Lester Ibbotson on October 7, 1946. John died May 27, 1995. Madge was a homemaker and, together with her husband was active in the Owyhee Gem and Mineral Society and Simplot Credit Union.
    She is survived by one son and daughter-in-law, Ed and Gwen Ibbotson of Skagway, Alaska; two stepdaughters and husbands, Mabel and Illerd Guntenberger of Port Ludlow, Washington, and Pat and August Michaelis of Garden Valley, Idaho; five grandchildren, Dawn Brown, Skagway, AK, Kay Ackerman, San Antonio, TX, Ken Gutenberger, Port Ludlow, WA, Lori Moon, Odessa, WA and David Duro of Boise, ID; seven great-grandchildren, Michael and Sydney Brown, Nicholas Ackerman, Sean and Brett Moon and Brennan and Balee Duro; four brothers, Edwin Wagner, Turle Lake, ND, Otto Wagner, Washburn, ND, Albert Wagner, Walla Walla, WA and Meinhardt Wagner of Mercer, ND; four sisters, Louise Just, Mercer, ND, Clara Schock, Turtle Lake, ND, Leona Goven, Turtle Lake, ND and Emma Schock, Miles City, MT.
    She was preceded in death by her parents, Fred and Mathilda Wagner; her husband, John; one brother, Rudy Wagner; and one sister, Emma Wagner.

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