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Lisa Kay Bohm

Jul. 24, 1958 - Jul. 9, 2018

Date of Service: Jul. 17, 2018

Lisa Kay Bohm, 59, of Rupert, passed away at home on Monday morning July 9, 2018.
Lisa was born on July 24, 1958, in Sterling, Colorado to William and Sandra Ils. She joined an older sister and was brought up on the family farm where she was taught to use an irrigation shovel and back up a truck. She grew up and attended school in Sterling where she was active in 4-H and graduated from Sterling High School in 1976.

Lisa went on to attend Colorado State University, where she graduated in 1981 with a Bachelor’s of Science in Range Management. This is also where she met the love of her life, Steve Bohm. They were married in Sterling, Colorado, on June 27, 1981. They later made their home in Rupert, Idaho.

Lisa worked as a dairy secretary for Moo Mountain Milk for 16 years. She loved working and was passionate about her job. She also loved to go shopping and took every opportunity she could get to take her grandkids and spoil them rotten. She enjoyed spending every minute with her family especially if it meant time on the boat on the river or going on family vacations.

Lisa was blessed with 3 children and 8 grandchildren (and 1 due in December). She deeply loved her children and considered her grandchildren to be her “greatest” gift! She raised her children with love and compassion and showed the same love to her grandchildren. She could always be found sharing her kids’ and grandkids’ accomplishments and boasting about how proud she was of each one of them. She was very loved by all who knew her and she will be missed dearly.

Lisa is survived by: her husband, Steve; children, Kristin (Dereck) Sanderson of Rupert, Idaho, Eric (Genesis) Bohm of Twin Falls, Idaho, and Cody (Natasha) Bohm of Pocatello, Idaho; grandchildren, Haylee, Brooke, McKinlie, Harper, Zoiee, Braylee, Decker, and Arianna; her mother, Sandy Ils; her sister, Sue Whitney; as well as three nephews. She was preceded in death by her father, Bill Ils; her maternal grandparents, Dale and Marie Hutchinson; and paternal grandparents, John and Frieda Ils.

The funeral will be held at 11 a.m. Tuesday, July 17, at the Acequia LDS Church, 20403 5th St, Rupert, Idaho, with Pastor Scott Sampson officiating. A luncheon for family and friends will follow the service.

The family will greet friends from 6 until 8 p.m. Monday, July 16, at Hansen Mortuary, 710 6th Street, Rupert, Idaho. Arrangements are under the direction of Joel Heward Hansen Mortuary.

In lieu of flowers, an account has been set up with D.L. Evans Bank in Lisa’s memory where the money will be donated to the Minidoka County 4-H Association.




Condolences for Lisa Kay Bohm

From Dave Whitney:
Dear Steve, Kristin, Eric, Cody, and family,
I always loved Fritz, she was such a special person to me. I remember your wedding and the great time we had at the reception. You two were ment for each other. I remember the many nights we stayed at your house in Plattville. I remember the time I bought some special dried fish and kept it in your refrigerator. When I came to get it and asked where it was you said you threw that stinky stuff out. What a laugh. You were a great mom and grandmother. I am so glad I saw you at your dads funeral and you gave me that special Fritz hug. I guess you can get Baja anytime you want now. Love you all and may God be with you.
From Sherrie Chandler:
My dear best friend Lisa, oh how my heart breaks for you and your family. I miss you terribly. I am so glad to have known you and had the time together that we did. And we had some great times and many many memories. Memories that i will cherish forever. You are such a special person and i love you and your family dearly. I know we will see each other again someday. I pray that your family will be comforted at this time and forever because not having you with us is a great tremendous loss. Go rest with the angels now and be at peace, though i know you are close my dear sweet friend, i will miss you beyond belief. I love you Lisa now and forever.
From Sandy Montgomery Newsome:
My thoughts and prayers are with you. Lisa was a great friend and roommate. We shared many laughs and good times especially at the Logan County Fair and on livestock and wool judging trips. I am blessed to have known her and to call her my friend.
From Karen Smith:
Lisa I enjoyed our visits at our home, Amber's home and Natasha and Cody's home with the Baby Showers, Birthdays, Super Bowl Sunday (mmmmm...you made Delicious food) and going to dinner a couple times with you and family...I am Blessed I got to know you. We are Blessed for you and I being Grandma's to the same Grandchildren. I promise I will do my best to watch over Cody, Natasha, Braylee, Zoiee and Decker. Rest in Peace my friend in the arms of our Lord Jesus. I love you Lisa.
From Karen Smith:
I love you all. All of you I am praying for. Kristin and Eric and children...


.And Cody, Natasha, Braylee, Zoiee and Decker (my children and Grandchildren) and Steve....my heart goes out to you. Jesus tells us we are never ever alone...
From Rebecca Brotherton:
My prayers are with your family. I remember eating many lunches with Lisa in high school and going places on the weekend with her. She was always very kind and considerate and fun to be with.
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