Information for Maude Theadore Poulton
26 September 1902 - 9 February 1996
From The Idaho Statesman
14 February 1996
Contributed by Dennis McIndoo



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Maude Poulton

     Maude Theadore Poulton, 93, of Parma, died Friday, February 9. 1996, at a Payette shelter home.  Memorial services will be held at 11 a.m. Saturday at Kirkpatrick Memorial Community Presbyterian Church, Parma.  Private interment will be at the Parma Cemetery under the direction of Dakan Funeral Chapel, Parma.
    Mrs. Poulton was born September 26, 1902, at Ravenna, Nebraska, to Walter J. Theadore and Daisy Lee Frye Theadore.  She graduated from Wilder High School and received her B.A. degree from the College of Idaho. Mrs. Poulton taught school in Parma in 1925 and 1926 and in Burley from 1926 to 1933.  She married Raymond Poulton June 7, 1933, at Wilder.  They made their home on the Warm Creek Ranch at Oakley, Idaho, in 1933 and in 1960 moved to Parma.  Mr. Poulton died April 18, 1980.  In 1989 Mrs. Poulton moved to a shelter home in Payette where she had since resided.
    She was a member of Kirkpatrick Memorial Community Presbyterian Church in Parma and Chapter BD of P.E.O.
    Surviving are two daughters and sons-in-law and four granddaughters, Jody and Dominic Iaderosa of Parma and their daughters, Becky Iaderosa-Lindsay, Chris Iaderosa-Desroches and Cate Iaderosa-Blakeway, Jeanne and Richie Coles and their daughter, Josephine Coles of Stratford, New Zealand; and a sister, Jeanneta May Hutchinson of Edmonds, Washington.
    She was preceded in death by her husband; three brothers, James Claude, Raymond Lee and Carlton Leroy Theadore; and one sister, Elenore Ruth Sunderman.
    Her family requests that memorial contributions be made in her name to Kirkpatrick Memorial Community Church in Parma or to the Alzheimer's Association, 4620 Overland Rd., #211, Boise, Idaho 83705.


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