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Grant Lavore Haslam

October 4, 1930 — August 17, 2016

Grant LaVore Haslam, 85, of Woodville, Idaho died August 17, 2016 at his home.

He was born October 4, 1930 in Lymon, Idaho to Ephriam Earl Haslam and Florence Emma Smith.

He married Leora Emily Quinton on May 15, 1953 in Idaho Falls, Idaho, She passed in April 1992.

He found a companion, Maxine Anderson until her death.

LaVore was the third of seven children.

He grew up in the Sugar City area and loved farming with his dad.

He was an auto mechanic and loved going to car races.

He went to school in Sugar City and Ucon, graduating in Ucon class of ’49.

He also worked at INL, retired in ’92, was a lifelong farmer, and worked the canal in Woodville.

He is survived by his six children; three sons, Larry Haslam of Woodville, Max Haslam of Woodville and Burt (Debbie) Haslam of Woodville, three daughters, Karen (Joe) Martin of Central, Louisiana, Anita (David) Christensen of Woodville and Jeanie (Darwin) Stoddard Jensen of Burley, as well as his sister Marva (Keith) Pack of Woods Cross, Utah.

He is also survived by 20 grandchildren and 39 great-grandchildren, with 3 more great-grandchildren expected.

He is proceeded in death by his parent and wife Leora Emily Quinton, granddaughter Jennifer Stoddard, grandson Brandon Haslam, two great-grandchildren, brothers Cleon Nedrow, Paul Nedrow and Bill Haslam, sisters Shirley McCormick and Carolyn Rogers, and companion Maxine Anderson.

Funeral services will be 11:00 a.m. Tuesday, August 23, 2016 at Nalder Funeral Home (110 W Oak Street) in Shelley. The family will receive friends Tuesday morning from 9:30 till 10:45 a.m. at the funeral home. Burial will be in the Taylor Cemetery.

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