Information for Ila Jeanette Dye
1942 - 26 December, 1982
From the Idaho Press-Tribune
Contributed by Dennis McIndoo
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Ila Jeanette Dufur, 40, of 2815 Chieftain Way, Boise, who died
of natural causes Sunday, Dec. 26, in a Boise hospital, will
be conducted at 10 a.m. Thursday at the South Maple Grove
Stake Center by Bishop Paul Price of the 30th Ward of the
Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, under the
direction of Relyea Funeral Chapel, Boise. Interment
will be at the Hillcrest Memorial Gardens.
She was born march 9, 1942, in Firth, Idaho. She was
the daughter of Barber Dwane and Etha Jeanette Quinn Dye Sr.
She received her schooling in Firth and was graduated from
Firth High School in 1960. She was graduated from BYU in
1964 and attended graduate school there from 1964 to 1966.
She married George Carvel Dufur Aug. 5, 1967, in the Idaho
She was a school psychologist. She worked in the
Caldwell School for two years and the Boise School District
for one year in testing and counseling.
In 1970, they moved to Twin Falls where they managed a
tutoring clinic, and in 1971 they moved to Salt Lake City.
They returned to Boise for three years and then moved to
Seattle in 1975, residing there for three years. They
returned to Boise in January, 1978, and had resided there
She was a lifelong member of the LDS church and had held many
positions, serving as choir director and as a visiting teacher
in the 30th ward. At the time of her death, she was
working in the young women's organization.
She is survived by her husband, four children, Mikaela,
Traci, Brian and Ami, all of Boise; five brothers, Dwane Dye
of Firth and William Dye of Colorado Springs; Dale Nebeker of
Brigham City, Utah. Brent Dye of Idaho Falls and Kerry
Dye of Murtaugh, Idaho; two sisters, Lois Bolander, Firth, and
Barbara Swain of Roosevelt, Utah; and her mother, Etha Dye of
Friends may call at the Relyea Funeral Chapel today from 9
a.m. to 8:30 p.m. The family will receive friends from 7
to 8 tonight, and at the stake center an hour before services.
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