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In Memoriam

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1941 – 2015

Roger Lane, 74, of Kuna, Idaho, passed away on December 24, 2015, in Mesa, Arizona, while visiting family. Roger was born to Raymond and Elsie Lane in Mitchell, Nebraska. His family moved to Idaho where he attended Nampa schools and the College of Idaho. Roger served four years in the Navy during the Cuban Missile Crisis on the submarine USS Tunny. Following his naval service, Roger married Joann Sheffield, began his 35+ year career with Hobart Food Equipment, had two children, and settled his family on a farm in Kuna, Idaho.
Throughout his lifetime, Roger so enjoyed the relationships with his family, neighbors, friends, business associates, and farming community, regularly putting the needs of others at the top of his list. He looked forward to each day with a constant optimistic outlook and experienced much joy from his career, raising and caring for farm animals, growing and eating garden food, acquiring and using farm equipment, hunting, fishing, playing cards, and being a faithful BSU sports fan.
Roger is survived by his family, Joann (wife), Shelley & John (daughter/son-in-law), Mike (son), and grandsons (Nate, Josh, and Erik) who deeply miss his smile, laughter, strength, and unwavering support.
Funeral services will be held at 3 p.m. Saturday, January 2, 2016, at the Cloverdale Funeral Home followed by a Celebration of Roger’s Life at the Kuna Event Center at 4:30 p.m.
Further information can be found at cloverdalefuneralhome.com.


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