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Information for Lloyd Q. Dibble
1 January, 1911 30 March, 1983
From the Idaho Press-Tribune
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Lloyd Dibble

    Services for Lloyd Q. Dibble, 72, of Parma who died Wednesday, March 30 at a Caldwell hospital of natural causes will be conducted at 2 p.m. Monday April 4, at the Nazarene Church, Parma by Rev. Milo Wittkopf of the Nazarene Church, Parma, Rev. Herbert Lilly of Payette and Walt Hopper of Weiser.  Interment will follow at the Parma Cemetery, Parma under the direction of Dakan Funeral Chapel, Parma.
    He was born January l, 1911 at Kissimmee, Fla., the second son of Jesse L. and Edna Dibble. At the age of four, he returned to the family homestead at Alton, Kansas where he was reared and attended grade school and high school.  He attended Bethany Nazarene College at Bethany, Oklahoma and then taught rural schools in the Alton area.
    He married Dorothy Sandy of Covert, Kansas on May 29, 1934.  They moved to Hutchinson, Kansas where he attended Bresee Nazarene Junior College and was graduated with an Associate of Arts Degree.
    In 1944 they bought a farm in the Apple Valley area, near Parma, Idaho where he farmed until 1952.  They moved to Bethany, Oklahoma where he attended Bethany Nazarene College receiving his Bachelors of Science Degree in Education.
    They returned to Idaho in 1954 and he taught elementary education at Roswell, Wilder, Idaho and Nyssa, Ore., both regular classroom and special education. He did post graduate work at Idaho State University at Pocatello and at Oregon College of Education in Monmouth, Ore., during his years of teaching.
    He was a member of the Church of the Nazarene in Parma serving as Sunday school superintendent for 30 years and serving on the Church Board for many years. At the time of his death he was teaching the Senior Adult Sunday School class.  
    He is survived by his wife of Parma; one son, C. Henry (Hank) of Cambridge; two daughters, Mrs. Walter (Ann) Hopper of Weiser and Sue Dibble of Parma; six grandchildren; one brother, Ustel D. of Walkerton, Indiana; and three nieces.
    The family suggests that memorials be made to the Building Fund of the Parma Church of the Nazarene.

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