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Information for Lloyd B. Boone
29 November, 1916
3 January, 1983
From the Idaho Press-Tribune
January, 1983
Contributed by Dennis McIndoo


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Lloyd Boone

     Services for Lloyd B. Boone, 66, of Wilder Route 1, who died Monday, Jan. 3, at home of natural causes, will be conducted at 10:30 a.m. Friday at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Homedale, by Nolan Taggart.  Private commital services will be held at the Wilder Cemetery, Wilder.
     He was born Nov. 29, 1916, at Bangor, Calif., to Lloyd and Evelyn Boone.  He attended school in Bangor and graduated from Orville, Calif., high school in 1935.  He moved to Loyalton, Calif., and worked on the railroad in the logging industry.  He moved to Hawthorne, Nev., in 1948 and worked at the ammunition depot.  He retired in Hawthorne after 28 years of service as superintendent of public works.  He married Ruby Chadwick in 1950.  Upon retiring at age 53, he moved to Wilder.
     In 1945, he was a charter member and on the board of directors of the Mineral County Sportsman Club in Hawthorne.  In 1948, he was a member of Pheasants Limited of California.  From 1950 through 1952, he was a charter member of Sportsman Club and president of Sportsman's Club of Nevada.  In 1950, he was a charter member and on the board of directors of the Nevada Federated Sportsman.  From 1953 to 1956, he was a member of the Nevada Fish and Game Commission.  From 1957 to 1958, he was president of Nevada Wildlife Federation.  From 1965 to 1967. he was district supervisor of Boy Scouts.  From 1967 to 1969, he was chairman of U.S. Navy Conservation Commission of Nevada.  In 1969, he was supervisor of the Boy Scout Conservation and Survival training.
     From 1968 to 1969, he was appointed to the governor's conference under Paul Laxalt on the highway safety and court revision.
     In 1970, he received a lifetime membership to the Sportsman Club of Mineral County for his work with youth training and education.  In 1973, he was state runnerup for the Idaho Farmer Sportsman relationship award which was a result of "Operation Respect."
     He was a member of the following organizations;  National Wildlife Federation, Ducks Unlimited, Hawthorne Elks Lodge, Masonic Lodge of Wilder, Idaho Wildlife Ambassador, American Federation of Government Employees.  Poachers Club of Boise, and Citizen's Committee of the Right to Bear Arms.
     He is survived by his wife of Wilder;  three daughters, Joan Swigart, of Las Vegas, Mrs. Robert (Ida) Burt of Homedale, Mrs. Harvey (Carol) Richards of Homedale;  one son, Rulon Chadwick of El Paso, Tex.;  two sisters, Evelyn Ivanoff of Gridley, Calif., and Donna Beloit of Standish, Calif.;  one uncle, Lester Boone of Yuba City, Calif.;  one aunt, Nell Stanton of Gridley;  17 grandchildren, 31 great-grandchildren, several cousins, nieces and nephews.
     In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the Heart Fund for Cardiac Equipment of the Canyon County Ducks Unlimited, in care of Dakan Chapel, Post Office Box 1386. Caldwell 83605.