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Information for Archie Lee Lightfoot

26 December, 1910 5 January, 1984

From the Idaho Press-Tribune

January, 1984

Contributed by Dennis McIndoo

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Archie Lightfoot

    Funeral services for Archie Lee Lightfoot, 73, of 715 N. Second Ave., Caldwell, who died Thursday Jan. 5, will be conducted at 2 p.m. Monday at the Dakan Funeral Chapel with Bishop Jim Blacker of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints officiating.  Interment will follow at the Lower Boise Cemetery.
    Mr. Lightfoot was born Dec. 26, 1910, at Hale, Mo., to Jacob E. and Ella White.  He married Helen Marie Wagg in December of 1931 at Hale and was a farmer and construction worker in Carroll County, Mo.  He moved to Winnemucca, Nev., in 1960 and worked at a gold mine for five years.  From there, he moved to Rupert to work at a processing plant for approximately six years.
    He married Clariece Stephenson in November of 1965 and moved to Caldwell where worked at the J.R. Simplot processing plant.  He retired from the plant in 1972.
    He is survived by his wife at home; two sons, Hobert Lightfoot of Lewisville, Texas, Norman Lightfoot, Carrollton, Mo.; four daughters, Juanita Wayman and Mary Jane Wills, both of Kansas City, Mo., Phyllis Sanders, Independence, Mo., and Teresa Scott of Carrollton; two stepsons, W.D. French of Olympia, Wash., and Richard French of Notus; 30 grandchildren and 24 great-grandchildren; two brothers, Clyde Lightfoot, of Hale, and Millard Lightfoot of Carrollton; four sisters, Alta Mansfield and Lorene Mansfield, both of Bogard, Mo. Faye Jenkins of Dewitt, Mo., and Hazel Lentz of Recklaw, Texas.
    He was preceded in death by his parents, one infant son Teddy Joe and two brothers.

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