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Glenda Cole Coburn

Glenda Cole Coburn, beloved wife, mother, daughter and sister, returned to her Heavenly Father on Thursday, Dec. 18, 2003. Funeral services will be held at 10 a.m. Monday, Dec. 22, at the Canyon Building Chapel 4th Ward, 121 N. Canyon St., Nampa. Visitation will be Sunday from 6 to 8:30 p.m. at Alsip & Persons Funeral Chapel, and Monday from 9 to 9:45 a.m. at the Canyon Building Relief Society room. Interment will follow at the Whitney, Idaho, Cemetery. She was the first of six daughters born to W. Wayne and Gwen B. Cole on Aug. 22, 1942. She grew up on a dairy farm in Whitney, Idaho, where she was "her daddy's right hand girl." After graduating from Preston High School she attended Ricks College in nursing. On Sept. 14, 1962, she married the love of her life and high school sweetheart Bruce Coburn in the Logan, Utah, LDS Temple. This love and friendship was blessed with four children - Carie Lynne, David, Darryn and Kimberly Ann. The thing she enjoyed most was being a loving mother and grandmother. She also enjoyed music, playing the piano, singing, working with flowers, reading, family gatherings, and date night with her sweetheart. During 41 years of marriage she worked as a registered nurse, sold insurance, and assisted her husband at the Nampa IGA Supercenter in the flower department. She is survived by her husband, C. Bruce Coburn; mother, Gwen B. Cole; children, Carie Lynne Coburn, David Bruce Coburn, Darryn Wayne Coburn (Amy Allcott Coburn), Kimberly Ann Ray (Wade L. Ray); sisters, Joyce Shipley of Farmington, Utah, Diane Purser of Rigby, Idaho, Bonnie Budge of Hyde Park, Utah, Marilyn Munk of Amalga, Utah, Sharlene Barner of Payette; eight grandchildren, Amanda, Victoria, Elizabeth, Kaycee, Preston, Kyle, Makayla and Ashley. She was preceded in death by her daddy, W. Wayne Cole. The family would like to extend a special thanks to all the friends who have shown loving care and support throughout the years.


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