Alsip and Persons Funeral Chapel in Nampa, ID

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Jim George


Jim George, born on July 18, 1977 died on September 19, 2020. He was a father of four children and husband of Serah, his wife. They shared 20 years together. He attended the Treasure Valley...

Jack Harris


Jack Duane Harris, of Nampa, passed away on Monday, September 21st, 2020 at age 88. Jack was born on April 29th, 1932, in Bellingham, WA, to Robert and Ruth Harris. He was raised alongside his...

Ruth Eldene Smith


  Ruth Eldene (Pascoe) Smith passed away in Beaverton, Oregon. at the age of 94 years young. She was predeceased by her husband, DeForrest E. Smith. She is survived by an older sister,...

William Joseph Foss


William "Bill" Joseph Foss left this earth too soon at the age of 62 on Tuesday, September 15th, of health complications due to a long struggle with alcoholism. From his birth in...

Sandra Lee Landon


Sandra (Sandy) Landon (79) of Kuna, ID, passed away peacefully on September 10, 2020, at home, surrounded by her family after a long illness. Sandy was born Sandra Lee Matthews on January 5, 1941...

Latisha Ann Mora


  Latisha Ann Mora, 42, passed away peacefully on September 5th, 2020. She was born February 11th, 1978 in Nampa, Idaho to Tamara Bednorz and Servando Nieto. Latisha was a hard worker...
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Alsip and Persons Funeral Chapel
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404 10th Avenue South
| Nampa, ID 83651
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Tel: 208-466-3545
| Fax: 208-468-0274

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