NAMPA — Services for Lydal Wayne Richesin, 67, of 204 Maple,
who died Saturday morning in a Nampa hospital following a
short illness, will be conducted at 10:30 a.m. Tuesday at
Alsip Chapel by the Rev. Leo Reed, pastor of the Nampa First
Baptist Church. Interment will follow at Hillcrest.
Mr. Richesin was born Jan. 5, 1901, at Boone County, Ark.
He married Ruth Journagan on Sept. 10, 1922, at Mincey, Mo.
He joined the Baptist Church in 1930 at Grove, Okla.
The family came to Idaho in 1935, and he farmed at Melba and
at Nampa for several years. He was the owner of the
Snack Shop Cafe in Nampa from 1952 until 1963, and was
active in this business until his retirement in 1963.
He was a member of the Nampa First Baptist Church.
Survivors include his wife, Ruth of Nampa; five daughters,
Mrs. Gordon (Neola) Strom of Portland, Ore., Mrs. Albert
(Chloe) Schwandt of Rockford, Ill., Mrs. Murle (Evelyn)
Romjue of Nampa, Mrs. Jim (Peggy) Lay of Lomond, Alta.,
Can., and Mrs. Eugene (Connie) Ertel of Sacramento, Calif.;
two sisters, Mrs. Jess Brown of Caldwell and Mrs. Dwight
Albright of Medford, Ore.; six brothers, Guy of Fresno,
Calif., Bob of Cools, Calif., Tom and Dick, both of Caldwell
and Hugh and Fred, both of Omaha, Ark.; 15 grandchildren and
Mrs. Zella Richesin of Caldwell, died in 1967, and a
brother, Bert Richesin of Fruitland, died in 1967. His
father, William Richesin, also preceded him in death.