67, of Caldwell, died Monday,
August 7, 1995, at a
nursing home. Funeral
services will be held at 10:30 a.m. Thursday, August 10,
1995, at Dakan Funeral Chapel, Caldwell.
follow at Hillcrest Memorial
Mrs. Mayberry was born August 27, 1927, at
Dora, Missouri, to John and Melinda E. Driskell.
She married Lowell
D. Mayberry August 29, 1946, in Dora.
They came to the
Wilder area in 1948 and later returned to
West Plains, Missouri,
in 1951. They later
again returned to Wilder where they farmed. She also worked
at the P.E.O. Chapter House in Caldwell for 19 years and at Caldwell Care
Center for 10 years.
As her children were
growing up, she provided encouragement and helped them with
school work and took them to church.
She also encouraged
her children to participate in other activities such as 4-H,
band, and school functions.
She was involved from the very first meeting in
School started and was
always there to help others and to do what needed to be
done. She never said
no when there was work to be done.
were the joy of her life. She was always there to take them
wherever they needed to go, to school, swimming, ball
practice, Girl Scouts and many other activities and she
enjoyed having the grandkids over on the weekends.
She was always there
for her family no matter how big or small the problem.
She was a caring,
loving person to family and friends and made anyone who came
over feel welcome in her home.
hobbies included sewing, making crafts, raising flowers and
she loved to travel. Whenever
someone would call and ask her to go, she would drop
everything and go with them.
Mrs. Mayberry is
survived by a son, Marvin Mayberry of Caldwell; three
daughters, Beverly Frailey of Nampa and Susan Lemrick and
Carol Lynn Bittick, both of Caldwell; two sisters, Cora
Sparks of Dora, Missouri, and Opal Webb of Council, Idaho; a
brother, Clifford Driskell of West Plains, Missouri; nine
grandchildren and four great-grandchildren; and her special
friend of over fifty years, Ruby Arbaugh,
She was preceded
in death by her husband and 3 brothers.
suggests that memorials be made to Mountain States Tumor
Institute, 151 E. Bannock, Boise,
or to West Valley Medical Center Hospice, 1717
Friends may call
at Dakan Funeral Chapel in
from 4 to 8 p.m. today.