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Information for Phillip G. “Phil” Maupin
6 March, 1920 – 4 September, 1987
From the Idaho Press-Tribune
September, 1987

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Phillip Maupin

    Graveside services for Phillip G. "Phil" Maupin, 67, of Homedale, who died Friday, Sept., 4, at a Caldwell nursing home, will be conducted Tuesday at 1 p.m. at the Wilder Cemetery.  The cortege will leave Flahiff Funeral Chapel, Homedale at 12:45 p.m. Friends may meet at the cemetery.
    The Rev. Kenneth Pitts of Homedale will officiate.
    Mr. Maupin was born on March 6, 1920, to Perry and Dorothy Franks Maupin.  He was reared and educated at Watson, Ore.  He operated his father's ranch there as a young man following the death of his father.  He joined the U.S. Army and served during World War II.  After the war he returned to run horses, before he was employed by John Wright operating heavy equipment.  He married Glenyce Robinson on Dec. 27, 1956.  Later he worked for the soil conservation service as a heavy equipment operator.  He also worked as a rancher in the Squaw Creek area.  He worked in Nevada for several years in the summer months and would return to ranch in the winter.  They moved to Vale, Ore., in 1974, where he ranched, and they returned to Homedale in 1979.
    He enjoyed his grandchildren and riding horses.  He was a member of the D.A.V., Parma Chapter.
    He is survived by his wife; one son, Howard Maupin of Homedale; one daughter, Susie Love of Homedale; three brothers, Lewis Maupin of Homedale, and Ted and Bud Maupin of Merrill, Ore.; four sisters, Grace Pennington of Weiser, Ann Johnson and Pearl Maupin both of Merrill, and Lois Kingsford of Joseph, Ore.; nine grandchildren; and numerous nieces and nephews.
    He was preceded in death by a stepson, three brothers and a sister.

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