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Tracy Kay Crisp, 61, of Kimberly, Idaho passed away on Thursday, February 23, 2017 with loving family at her side. Arrangements are pending under the direction of Parke's Magic Valley Funeral Home of Twin Falls, Idaho. (Twin Falls Times-News)
The funeral is pending and will be announced by the Rasmussen Funeral Home of Burley. Tracy Kay Crisp, 61, of Kimberly, Idaho passed away on Thursday, February 23, 2017 with loving family at her side. Arrangements are pending under the direction of Parke ... (Twin Falls Times-News)
Joe Guillory of Bennigton, Erienne (Dwight) Swift of Aurora, Co., Kirby (Emily) Smith of Bennington, Jessica Massie of Aurora, CO. and Kimberly Bridges of Blue Springs, MO., 15 great-grandchildren; Sam, Nate, Gabe, Addison, Mia, Linkin, Ruby, Sam ... (KSAL)
She enjoyed working outside in her yard, traveling with family to Idaho, Wyoming, Nevada and California ... (Judy) Hennefer, South Ogden; two daughters: Kimberly (Dennis) Stratton, Syracuse; Dixie Lundgreen, West Haven; seven grandchildren; 19 great ... (Ogden Standard-Examiner)
She married Carrel “Gene” “Mark” Trail on November 5, 1962, in Boise, Idaho, and he survives. Other survivors include two daughters and sons in law: Kimberly and Ted McGibany of Godfrey, Ann and Phil Meredith of Nashua, New Hampshire, one son and ... (riverbender.com)
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