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Information for Harold L. Bledsoe
25 August, 1932
18 January, 1985
From the Idaho Press-Tribune
January, 1985
Contributed by Dennis McIndoo


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Harold Bledsoe

     Services for Harold L. Bledsoe, 52, Melba, who died Friday, Jan. 18, at a Nampa hospital will be conducted at 2:30 p.m. Monday at the Melba Ward Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, with the Rev. Conrad Zeyer, bishop of the ward officiating.  Interment will follow in the Melba Cemetery.  Services and interment are under the direction of Alsip Funeral Chapel.
     Mr. Bledsoe was born Aug. 25, 1932, at Marsing, to Floyd and Edna Loucks Bledsoe.  He was reared and educated in Marsing and Nampa.  After his schooling he started farming in Garden Valley.  He married Anita R. Roark Dec. 11, 1953 in Garden Valley and continued farming there.  In 1962 they moved to Melba where they farmed and currently owned and operated a dairy farm.
     He was a member of the American Jersey Cattle Club and the Treasure Valley Jersey Cattle Club.  He was also active in 4-H and a leader and had been a member of the Foster Parent Association for several years.
     He is survived by his wife, Anita; his father, Floyd M. Bledsoe, Nampa; two sons, Daniel L. Bledsoe and Nathan D. Bledsoe, both of Melba; one daugher, (sic) Rhonda M. White, Aztec, N.M.; two brothers, Cecil V. Bledsoe, Mountain Home, and Clifford L. Bledsoe, Boise; four sisters, Juanita Travis, Wilder, Irene Martin, Caldwell, Pauline Adamson, Billings, Mont., Frieda Miller, Vancouver, Wash.; three grandsons and numerous nieces and nephews.
     He was preceded in death by his mother and one daughter, Josette.
     Friends may call at the Alsip Funeral Chapel Sunday from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. and Monday from 8 a.m. to 11 a.m.
     Memorials may be made to the American Heart Association , the Melba Quick Response Unit, or flowers may be sent.