FORT HALL — Fernando Hall, 66, Pocatello, passed away July 31, 2017 in Fort Hall, Idaho.
Viewing was at Wilks Funeral Home on Tuesday, August 1 from 6 to 7 p.m. followed by services at 7 p.m.
Family began receiving friends and family at their home on Wednesday, August 2 located at the corner of Hawthorne and Lodge Road.
Burial services were at the Cedars Cemetery on August 3, 2017 at 2 p.m.
Fernando was born in Owyhee, Nevada to Lawrence and Louella Hall on November 9, 1950.
He went to high school at Owyhee High School and graduated in 1968. He went on to earn his Sheet Metal Journeyman Certification with the encouragement of his good friend Bud Wadsworth who informed him of the great benefits and opportunities that the Sheet Metal had to offer.
He worked as Sheet Metal Journeyman for 41 years and retired in 2013. In the Sheet Metal Local #103, he served on the E-Board and was also an instructor for the Journeyman Apprenticeship Training Center (J.A.T.C.) until his medical extremities prohibited him from continuing. He was a dedicated Union Member.
He enjoyed hunting, fishing, riding horses, baseball, running, basketball, Indian Relays, boxing, cattle ranching, gardening, football and the outdoors.
Fernando is preceded in death by his parents, Lawrence Hall & Louella Mae Little Hall; two brothers Kendrick and Alan; and paternal grandparents, Charles & Bessie Hall and Opert and Katherine Thomas Blossom.
Fernando is survived by his wife Lenora Buckskin Hall, daughters Marcia (John) and Rachel, sons Nolan Cody & Jr. Fernando also raised his nephew Earl Buckskin (Maggie), grandsons Rodrick Timbana (Cynthia) & Blake Buckskin (Bobby-Jo), granddaughters Sally Ann Buckskin (Myron) & Mary Lou Buckskin, and great-grandchildren Treicyn, Caroline, Cambri, Ollyanna, Dianari, and Ailani.
The family wishes to extend their gratitude to the Encompass Hospice and Ashley Manor Assisted Living (Cedar) for their support in his final days.
Clayson Lewis Neaman
FORT HALL —Clayson Lewis Neaman 44 of Ross Fork, Idaho began his Spiritual journey, Sunday, July 30, 2017 in Pocatello, Idaho.
He was born November 23, 1972 to Nancy Nacki and Samuel Neaman in Pocatello, Idaho. He was the great, great, great-grandson of Donsoaossa Buffalo Robe also known as Chief Pocatello.
He attended the following schools; Fort Hall Head Start, Fort Hall Elementary, Mountain View Middle School, Blackfoot High School and he obtained his GED at Idaho State University.
Growing up Clayson stayed with his Great Grandparents Marie and Joe Hardy. In that home, the door was always open to all to the children. He rode bikes with his friends, rode horses, played Atari video games, had a large collection of action figures, watched TV and just hanging out. He was musically inclined he played the piano, guitar, saxophone and Native American flute.
As an adult, Clayson’s interests were hunting, fishing. He went to sportsmen expos, shopping at Cabela’s. He had his trophies mounted and including two rings made out elk teeth. He traveled with his sister helping her with her performances. He enjoyed traveling with family and friends.
Clayson was also very involved in traditional ways as he participated in the Warm Dance, Sundance, Ghost Dance, drumming, singing and dancing. He performed with the Fort Hall Dance Troupe traveling to various places in Idaho, Wyoming, Nevada, Ohio and Vancouver, British Columbia at the World’s Fair.
Clayson had various jobs in his life, he was recently employed with Shoshone-Bannock Gaming as a limo driver for Player Development and as a Security Officer, He was a Seasonal Flagger for a short time, he worked for the Shoshone-Bannock Tribes; Elderly Nutrition for where he was a driver and enjoyed spending time with the elders and the Fish & Game Department as a Game Warden.
Clayson was preceded in death by his father Samuel Neaman, Paternal Grandfather Foster Neaman, Maternal Grandmother Effie Hardy Neaman, Uncles Louis, Melvin, and Wilford Neaman, and Aldayne Browning. Aunts Madeline Neaman Stratton, Lola Geneva Neaman, and Mary Neaman Shay.
Clayson is survived by his Mother Nancy Nacki of Fort Hall, Idaho and his sister Hovia (Pete) Edwards-Yellowjohn of Fort Hall, Idaho. His Grandfather Louis Nacki of Ross Fork, Idaho and Grandmother Charlene Browning of Fort Hall, an Uncle Leo Neaman Sr. of Arbon Valley, Idaho, and numerous other relatives.
Funeral services were at Hawker Funeral Home, Blackfoot, Idaho on Thursday, August 3, 2017 with viewing will be from 6 to 7 p.m. Funeral services followed at 7 p.m. He was taken to the Good Shepherd Episcopal Mission Church on Mission road for viewing at 10 a.m. until time of Traditional burial services that were Saturday, August 5, 2017 starting with a sunrise ceremony followed by burial at 10 a.m. at the Good Shepherd Episcopal Mission Church where he was laid to rest in the Mission Cemetery, Fort Hall, Idaho.
Condolences may be sent to Hawker Funeral Home www.hawkerfuneralhome.com
FORT HALL — LesSanyole Leo Honena, 40, of Fort Hall, passed away Sunday, July 30, 2017 at Eastern Idaho Regional Medical Center surrounded by his family.
LesSanyole was born October 7, 1976 to Leo Honena and Evon Moon in Pocatello, Idaho.
LesSanyole attended and graduated from Sho-Ban High School.
Shawnie Sammaripa has been his companion for many years.
LesSanyole worked as a wildland firefighter.
In his free time he enjoyed fishing, hunting, camping, beadwork, mechanic work, and playing volleyball and basketball. His favorite pastime was playing at the casino.
LesSanyole is survived by his companion Shawnie Sammaripa of Fort Hall; an auntie mom and uncle dad, DeMonte and Sharon Johnson of Fort Hall who all helped raise him; mother, Evon Moon of Ibapah, Utah; grandmother, Delilah Boise George of Blackfoot and Orlena Pete McCurdy of Ibapah, Utah; sisters, Delsray Honena Tendoy and Talletha Hutchinson both of Fort Hall; aunts and uncles, Delia Moon, Daune Moon, Wesley Honena Sr., Samuel Snipe, Velma Arriwite, Elmarie Snipe, Rosalinda Osborne; raised with his first cousins, JR Johnson, Patty Johnson, Pearl Johnson and Thomas Johnson, Twinkal Tendoy and Thunder Tendoy; and numerous cousins, nieces and nephews.
He was preceded in death by his father, Leo Honena; great grandmother, Edith Honena; grandfather, Leslie Honena; grandmother, Patricia Nagashoah; uncles, Larry McCurdy, Dale C. Moon, Nathan Honena, Vernaldo “Toe” Honena, Buddy Tendoy and Bert A. Wadda; aunts, Almona Moon, Darlene Moon, Irene Moon, Diane Ottogary; great grandfather, Edward Boise Sr.; great-grandmother, Jessie Boise Snipe; cousins, Larry D. Moon, Emma Bishop, Travis Honena, Dallas Racehorse, and Feather Sage Tendoy.
A prayer service was at 6 p.m. Tuesday, August 1, 2017 at Hawker Funeral Home. He was taken to the home of DeMonte and Sharon Johnson on East Simplot Road and viewing was at 10 a.m. Wednesday, August 2, 2017 where he remained until the traditional burial service at 2 p.m. Thursday, August 3, 2017 at the Gibson Cemetery. A sunrise service was Thursday, August 3, 2017 at the DeMonte Johnson residence. Condolences may be sent to the family at: www.hawkerfuneralhome.com