BURLEY—Annetta Corrine Thurman Woodhouse was born to Catherine Elaine Murray and Norval Earl Thurman on May 16, 1942, in Pocatello, Idaho. She grew up actively playing beside the Portneuf River with her more mature sister, Jeannine Louise, until the household moved to Burley in 1952 when her dad was transferred to get the job done as the main of the Burley airport.
Not very long just after the shift, her father experienced a stroke and shortly died, leaving the relatives in desperate straits. Many thanks to her mother’s resourcefulness and grit, the family survived, and Annetta grew up in a loving and joyful residence and produced a lifelong friendship with a neighbor female, Kathryn (Kathy) Ida Thomas (Piper). Annetta graduated from Burley Substantial School in 1960 and went on to attend Idaho Point out College for a single calendar year. She was lively in a sorority and built quite a few additional lifelong good friends.
In 1960, soon after graduating from superior university, Annetta fulfilled a Harley-using Oakley boy, Vaughn Woodhouse, on a blind date. They married on September 1, 1961, and ended up afterwards sealed in the Logan Utah Temple of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
Just after a small continue to be in Burley, the pair moved to a farmhouse in Oakley, Idaho. Their very first son, Michael Vaughn, was born in 1963, followed by Shaun Murray in 1966, and Scott Morgan in 1969. In 1973, Annetta was overjoyed to welcome a daughter, Jennifer Louise, into the dwelling. She was energetic in all features of her children’s lifetime. She served as a PTA president and a Cub Scout den mom, baked countless numbers of cookies and other handmade treats for different gatherings, and attended each and every athletics, dance, and cheerleading function and every single engage in and concert her small children participated in. She also beloved entertaining and regularly opened her house for prepared and impromptu significant college events. Her enthusiastic assist for all of her youngsters, their spouses, and her 7 grandchildren ongoing during her everyday living, by means of letters, playing cards, provides, telephone phone calls, visits, regular loved ones reunions, and month to month get-togethers for one particular cause or a further (or no explanation at all).
Besides elevating a loved ones, Annetta stayed near with her mom, sister, and several close friends and served her partner on the farm. Amongst other items, she drove vans and picked clods for the duration of the harvest and aided with the administration of the relatives contemporary-packing potato shed. She inevitably landed her desire task of functioning in a house decoration keep. In spite of all the perform, she however located time to take part in neighborhood education courses on almost everything from decoupage to cake decorating, served in quite a few callings in her church, and volunteered as a hospice employee for a lot of a long time. She also was a voracious novel reader, liked HGTV, and raised a lot of pet dogs, together with three Shih Tzus, and innumerable cats.
Annetta died peacefully on February 3, 2023, in Ogden, Utah, surrounded by her family. She is survived by her partner, Vaughn her sons, Michael (Grazyna) Woodhouse of Boise, Idaho, and Scott (Andrea) Woodhouse of Oakton, Virginia her daughter, Jennifer Hadley (Stuart Bedke) of Value, Utah her daughter-in-legislation, DeAnna Woodhouse and seven grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her moms and dads her stage-father, William Arval Bower her sister, Jeannine her father-in-regulation, Elmo Morgan (Bish) Woodhouse her mom-in-law, Louise Port Woodhouse her son, Shaun a son-in-legislation, Ryan Kent Hadley and her good friend, Kathy.
The funeral will be held at 11 a.m. Monday, February 13, at The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-working day Saints – Oakley Stake Center, found at 355 N. Middle St., in Oakley. Burial will stick to at Marion Cemetery in Oakley.
Family and close friends will be acquired from 4 until 6 p.m. Sunday, February 12, at Rasmussen-Wilson Funeral Household, 1350 E. 16th St., in Burley, and from 10 right until 10:45 a.m. Monday, prior to the support, at the church.
A webcast of the funeral service will be accessible and maintained at rasmussenwilson.com.
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