Georgia K. Pate
Georgia K. Pate, 68, of Nampa, passed away Thursday,
December 31, 1998, at St. Alphonsus Regional Medical Center,
Boise, following heart surgery. A celebration of her
life will be held at 10:30 a.m. Wednesday, January 6, 1999,
at the Nampa Baptist Church, Nampa, with pastor David Rowe
officiating. Cremation arrangements are under the
direction. of Alsip Funeral Chapel, Nampa.
Georgia was born April 26, 1930, in Hudson, Kansas, the
daughter of Ira Halbert and Rosa Mary Kallaus. She
attended and graduated from schools in Kansas and met Wiley
Douglas Pate. They were married in Truth or
Consequences, New Mexico, on November 27, 1951. They
had seven children and moved to the Boise area in 1968.
Georgia loved the Lord and she was very active in her
church. She loved to travel and just be on the go.
Above all, she enjoyed spending time with her family.
Giving of herself came naturally to Georgia, and she was
loved by all who knew her. Georgia had a passion for sewing
and making crafts, many of which were for her church
programs. She always liked a good fishing trip, was an
avid sports enthusiast, and rejoiced in singing with the
Georgia's family wishes
to thank her fellow church members for their friendship,
love and caring throughout her life and her hospitalization.
You meant a great deal to Georgia and she loved each of you.
Mom, we will miss you greatly and
look forward to seeing you again in Heaven.
Georgia is survived by four sons: Stephen and wife, Dawana,
of Boise; Barry and wife, Cathy, of Nampa; Craig and Kelly,
both of Nampa; two daughters: Cheryl Randall and husband,
Doug, of Nampa, and Nancy Pate of Billings, Montana.
Georgia enjoyed her six grandsons, three granddaughters, and
two great-grandchildren. Georgia is survived by two
sisters: June Hadden, and husband, Art, of Paul, Idaho; and
Lavine Sloan and husband, Bob, of Boise; numerous nephews
and nieces and other family members. Georgia was
preceded in death by her husband, Wiley D. Pate, her sister,
Vivian Willard; two brothers, Cecil and Andy, and her second
In lieu of flowers, the
suggests your memorial contributions be made to
the: First Baptist Church Memorial Fund, 1417 3rd St. S.,
Nampa, ID 83651.