Teddy Joan Pennington, 63, of Parma, died Monday, June 13,
1994, at a Caldwell hospital of natural causes.
Graveside services will be held at 2 p.m. Thursday, June 16,
1994, at the Parma Cemetery. Services are under the
direction of Dakan Funeral Chapel, Caldwell.
Joan was born March 10, 1931, in Lago, Idaho, the daughter of
Elmer and Bertha Campbell. As a young girl she moved
with her family to Nampa. They later moved to Caldwell
and then to Apple Valley near Parma. They later moved to
Sand Hollow and she attended Notus High School. For a
time she worked at her brother-in-law's service station and
then later worked for the J.R. Simplot Co. for several years.
She married Howard O. "Bud" Pennington December 11, 1949, at
Caldwell. They made their home at Notus until 1973 when
they moved to Parma where they have since resided.
Joan was a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day
Saints. She was a devoted wife, mother and grandmother
and enjoyed the outdoors and family reunions.
Surviving are her husband, Howard O. "Bud" Pennington of
Parma; their children, Virginia Kidwell and her husband, Buddy
of Notus, Thomas Pennington of Parma, John Pennington and his
wife, Tina of Notus, Pamela Cone of Notus and Juanita Klahr
and her husband Russ of Caldwell; eleven grandchildren,
Matthew, Scott and Sarah Campbell; Kenneth, Jeremy and Kendra
Pennington; Howard and Joey Pennington; Barry, Amanda and Alex
Klahr and one great-granddaughter, Tyler Camp-bell; four
brothers, Marley and Bernita Campbell of Idaho Falls, William
and Lorraine Campbell of Boise, Scott V. and Jackie Campbell
of Pomona, California and Dale and Helen Patient of Prairie
City, Oregon; three sisters, Reba Black of Salt Lake City,
Utah, Berthanne Bittick of Nampa and Fauntella and Glen Hill
of Santa Rosa, California and numerous nieces and nephews.