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Obituary for Dave L. Clifford
26 March, 1962 - 16 July, 1986
From The Idaho Press-Tribune
July, 1986
Contributed by Dennis McIndoo

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Dave Clifford

     Services for Dave L. Clifford, 24, of Melba, who died Wednesday, July 16, at home, will be held at 4 p.m. Saturday at the Nampa First Southern Baptist Church, 1311 E. Sherman Ave.
     The Rev. Ralph L. Bowen, pastor of the church, will officiate with burial following at the Melba Cemetery, under the direction of the Alsip Funeral Chapel, Nampa.
     Mr. Clifford was born March 26, 1962, at Trona, Calif., to Trueman J. and Donna R. Clifford.  When he was four years old, the family moved to San Bernardino, Calif.  In 1973 they moved to Eagle, and to Melba in 1975, where he graduated from high school in 1980.
     He worked at the OK Livestock Market in Caldwell while in high school and shortly after his graduation.  He then worked for George Earll at the Snake River Ranch for a short while before going to work for the Armour Meat Packing Cp., where he worked until he was injured in a motorcycle accident in 1985.
     He was married to Tamra Taylor from 1983 to 1985.
     while in high school and shortly after high school, he enjoyed bull riding and team roping.  He also enjoyed dirt bike riding.  He was a member of the Nampa First Southern Baptist Church.
     He is survived by his mother, Donna R. Clifford of Melba; his father and step-mother, Tureman and Roberta Clifford of Caldwell; two sisters, Kathy Clifford of Joshua Tree, Calif.; and Sue Yoshikane of Nampa; a brother, Thomas Clifford of Riverside, Calif.; two step-sisters, Amie and Betsie Kimbrough of Caldwell; his maternal grandmother, Katherine M. Reche of Melba; three nephews, Robby and Brian Clifford and Charleton Yoshikane; a niece, Audra Yoshikane; and an uncle, Morgan Reche of Melba.
     Memorials may be made to the Idaho First National Bank, P.O. Box 220, Nampa 83653.