Lyman, 90, formerly of Caldwell, Idaho, passed
away at her son's home in
Salt Lake City, Utah,
on January 8, 1997. Graveside
services will be held Friday, January 10, 1997, at 2 p.m. at
Idaho, pending weather conditions.
services will be conducted by the family.
Wilma was born
January 6, 1907, in Bassett Rock,
Nebraska, to Frank Leon Lyman and
Emma Skullu McCort. She
was married to Joseph Francis Garland on December 7, 1934.
In 1935 Wilma and
her husband came to Idaho
where they farmed in Wilder, were in the dairy business for
a number of years, and later operated a grocery delivery
Wilma retired from
her employment at the
College of Idaho in 1972 after serving in several
capacities for approximately 40 years.
Wilma enjoyed the
outdoors, working in her flowers, fishing, camping with her
family and was always taking care of her grandchildren and
was a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day
was preceded in death by her husband, a daughter, her
parents, two sisters, four brothers, a grandson and
She is survived by her sons, Harold Wayne Garland of
Salt Lake City, Utah, Eldon Eldo Garland of Nampa, Idaho;
eight grandchildren; 18 great-grandchildren and one