Information for Faye H. Chadwick Pulley Peck
30 October, 1910 - 9 January, 1992
From the Idaho Press-Tribune
January, 1992

Contributed by Dennis McIndoo


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Faye Peck
 
  Faye H. Peck, 81, of Meridian, died Thursday, January 9, 1992, at a Boise care center of natural causes.
    Graveside services will be held at 2 p.m. Monday, January 13, 1992, at Hillcrest Cemetery, Karcher Road, Caldwell.  Rev. Don Ian Smith will officiate.  Fraternal rites by the Order of the Eastern Star, Chapter 30, of Nampa.  Arrangements are under the direction of the Chapel of the Chimes, Meridian.
    Faye was born October 30, 1910, at Winslow, Arkansas, a daughter of Lines Frank and Ann Pryor Hardwick.  She grew up and received her education at Buhl, graduating from Buhl High School.  She married Sheldon Pulley on February 11, 1931.  In 1949 they moved to Nampa where Mr. Pulley managed the Shields Seed Company.  He died in June 1961.  Faye moved to Sacramento, CA, in 1962 and married June Peck on October 30, 1965, at Carson City, NV.  They moved to Eagle in 1980 and Mr. Peck died in August 1983.
    Faye's hobbies included sewing, painting, and arts and crafts.  She was Past Worthy Matron of the Order of the Eastern Star, Chapter #30 of Nampa, El Korah Temple Ladies Auxiliary of Boise, and the has Temple #40 Daughters of the Nile of Boise.
    Survivors include her daughter and son-in-law, Karen and Thomas Zenor, of Meridian; 3 grandchildren, Robin, Sheldon, and Shannon; 3 great-grandchildren, Nicole, Jessica, and Cory; several stepgrandchildren; and a sister Mrs. Gus (Berniece) Teply, of Buhl. 
    The family suggests memorials be sent to the Arthritis Foundation, Idaho Chapter, 4696 Overland Rd. #538, Boise, ID 83705 to aid in osteoporosis research.
    Friends may call from 2 to 8 p.m. today at the Chapel of the Chimes, Meridian.


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