Information for Clayne Carl Beck
5 June, 1974 – 11 January, 1992
From the Idaho Press-Tribune
Contributed by Dennis McIndoo
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Clayne Beck II
Clayne C. Beck II,
17, of Middleton, died Saturday, January 11, 1992, at his home
following a courageous battle with brain cancer. Funeral
services will be conducted at 1 p.m., Thursday, January 16,
1992, at the Jewett Auditorium, located on the College of
Idaho Campus. The college is requesting that friends attending
the services park their cars in the parking area behind the
Activities Center, located at the comer of Indiana and Oak
Streets and not in the parking area near the auditorium.
Interment will follow at the Middleton Cemetery, under the
direction of Dakan Funeral Chapel, Caldwell.
Clayne was born June 5, 1974, at Caldwell. He lived his 17
years on his family's dairy in Middleton. He enjoyed the wide
open space to ride horses and motorcycles. He was a member of
the First Christian Church in Caldwell. He attended Middleton
Schools for 12 years and was a member of the MHS Class of
1992. He loved basketball and other sports and participated
until he was no longer able.
Clayne was a counselor for Camp Rainbow Gold, a camp for
children with cancer. He loved the mountains and enjoyed
hiking, camping and fishing. He will be greatly missed by his
family and many friends that he left behind.
Clayne is survived by his parents, Clayne and Irene Beck
of Middleton; a brother, Raymond A. Beck of Middleton; a
sister and brother-in-law, Candy and Greg Wilcox of Middleton;
his grandparents, Raymond and Hazel Beck of Middleton, Roger
and Felicha Banville of Caldwell, Alex and Joan Silva of
Nampa; his great-grandparents. Gabriela Silva of Honolulu,
Hawaii, Chago DiCristina, Bayamon, Puerto Rico; his aunts and
uncles, Quentien and Donna Markwell of Notus, Gerald and Carol
Beck of Middleton; Tom and Ilene Dobbin of Marsing, James and
Diana Silva of Zanesville, Ohio; and numerous cousins and
The family requests that people attending the services
wear bright colors and no black.
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