Bonnadonna “Bonnie” L. (Rueth) Siegfried, age 89, of Boone, IA and formerly of Niota, IL, passed away peacefully with her young children by her facet on Thursday, September 9, 2021 at Westhaven Neighborhood in Boone.
Catholic Solutions will be held at Saints Peter and Paul Catholic Church in Nauvoo, IL. Mass of the Christian Burial will be held at 10:00 A.M. on Saturday, September 18, 2021, adopted by burial in Saints Peter and Paul Catholic Cemetery in Nauvoo, IL. Visitation will be held from 9:00 A.M. until finally time of provider.
Bonnie was born on April 28, 1932 in Rock Island, IL, the daughter of Fred C. and Elenor W. (Vorwaldt) Rueth. At all around the age of two, her father handed absent. Following her father’s passing her mother and her moved to Fort Madison, IA to be nearer to household. Bonnie graduated from St. Joseph’s Catholic School, Fort Madison,
3 much more bodies from Downard Funeral Household discovered, law enforcement need to have assistance with 3 many others
POCATELLO — 3 added bodies identified at Downard Funeral Dwelling have been identified as police carry on functioning to decide the identities of a few others.
A male in his mid-60s to early-70s, a female in her late 50s to early 60s and a male in his late 30s or early 40s ended up recognized Thursday night or Friday with the support of relatives associates and Idaho Point out Police Forensic Companies, according to Pocatello Police.
Detectives say twelve decomposing bodies had been located within the funeral property last Friday and so far, nine have been recognized. Authorities want support figuring out the identities of the remaining people.
Their descriptions are shown as follows (subject figures were furnished by police):
Adult male about early to mid-60s at the time of his passing. The male has a white beard with salt & pepper small hair with a whole head
Sister of woman uncovered decomposing inside of funeral household ‘can’t consider this is happening’
POCATELLO — Eva Bode feels betrayed, confused and heartbroken right after understanding her sister was a person of 12 decomposing bodies found out at Downard Funeral House on Friday.
Bode life in Virginia with her husband, Tom Henderson. Her sister, Charlotte Ann Mygrant, died Aug. 17 at age 65. She was an inmate at the Pocatello Women’s Correctional Middle and was taken to Portneuf Professional medical Centre following suffering a critical heart attack.
“The hospital named and requested what funeral household I wanted her transferred to,” Bode tells EastIdahoNews.com through a Zoom interview. “At the time, I did not know any funeral homes in Pocatello, but the medical center recommended Downard, so we went with that.”
Bode spoke with Lance Peck, the operator of Downard, the day her sister handed absent. She says he confident her all the things would be taken treatment of, and Mygrant’s wishes to be cremated
Remains of an additional specific identified as Pocatello funeral residence investigation carries on
POCATELLO, Idaho (KIFI) – The Pocatello Law enforcement Section reviews the remains of a further individual have been positively recognized. At this time, 6 people today have been positively recognized.
Workers from the Idaho Point out Police Forensic Products and services office environment is helping detectives in deciding the identities of the remaining six unknown individuals making use of fingerprints and DNA.
Officers are helping the Idaho Division of Occupational and Professional Licenses (DOPL) in returning the continues to be of cremated men and women to future of kin. Make contact with information for upcoming of kin has been attained for numerous sets of continues to be, and all those people will start acquiring cellphone calls from officers or personnel from DOPL to make preparations to get them. If contacted folks have supplemental queries pertaining to getting stays, make sure you contact the Pocatello Police Office at 208-234-6121.