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Morrison Funeral Home & Crematory
Phone: (208) 436-1800

Jim Fenstermaker

Born: Saturday Sep-11-1937
Died: Wednesday Jan-24-2018
Funeral: Saturday Feb-03-2018

Morrison Funeral Home
& Crematory

188 S. Hwy 24
Rupert, Idaho 83350
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Melvin Jim Fenstermaker, 80 year old Rupert resident, died Wednesday, January 24, 2018 at St. Luke’s hospital in Boise due to a massive stroke. Memorial services will be held at 11:00 a.m. Saturday, February 3, 2018 at the Morrison Funeral Home, 188 South Hwy 24 in Rupert. 

Condolences for Jim Fenstermaker

From: Cathy (Lawson) & Leonard Ingalls
Dear family of Jim, he was a very good guy to me and our family.. he will be missed.. he never passed by without saying hi…rip Jim.

From: Mary and Harold Poole
We are so sorry for your loss. I have known Jim for many years! We grew up together in the Emerson area. Our thoughts and prayers are with the family. R.I.P. Jim.

From: Allen & Marilyn Tuma
We will miss you Jimmy.

From: Becky Mallory
My heart felt thoughts and prayers go out for this family.

From: Lee and Beth Cannon
Sorry not to be able to attend service. Jim was our lifetime friend. He was always respectful and kind to us. What a character. He will be sorely missed in our life.

From: Denny Smith
Kyle was a good friend and neighbor. We farmed as neighbors for many years . I will miss him.

From: John & Mary Gavrila
We are saddened by the loss of uncle Jim. He was a character with the biggest heart ever.  May he rest in peace and continue to look over those who loved him. Thank you Dee, Nita and family for years of service to him.

From: Deann (Ward) Shillington
We used to do a little trap shooting with Jimmy out at the Elks, he was quite a character.  So sorry for your loss.

From: Sheila Hurlbert-Liesen & Terrell Jokumsen
Jimmy was a dear friend and distant family member. We loved talking with him any time we could. He was real honest and full of it all at the same time! The world lost a great soul and heaven gained one. Rip uncle Jimmy look forward to more stories some day in Heaven.

From: Gay Dawn (May) and Lonnie Downs
Jim has been a long time friend of the May family.  Then years later while we had our own business he was very helpful and always made sure everything he did was done just like we asked. He was such a likable guy who always had time to stop and visit.  Our condolences to his family.

From: Nonnie Osterhout Johnston
I remember Jim and my Dad , Pete Osterhout hauling hay when I was young, like 4 or 5. They were joking with each other and I remember thinking how Jim's laugh was funny. To Jim's family, so sorry for your loss.

From: Jimmy and Linda Oliver
He was a real cowboy, now he is with his Lord no more pain.  He was a true friend to everyone. so sorry of your family loss. r.i.p.

From: Lynn Osterhout
Our sincere condolences, what a great person Jim was, we will miss him very much!!! Friends like him are hard to come by, rest in peace my good friend. 

From: Kelly Munsee
I had the pleasure to work with Jim when I was a kid.  Let me tell you that guy could out work three men always laughing and making fun while he did it. He will be missed rest in peace Jim.

From: Dennis and Donna Hunter
Jim has always been a great friend of mine since we hauled hay, went rodeoing, booked football, and had a lot of good times together. Jim was one of the hardest working men I have ever known. He loved to sing old cowboy songs, tell bs stories and mostly be a very nice guy.  Rest in peace ole friend we have lost a "good one".

From: Delmas Beaver
Sorry to lose an old friend.

From: Donna Caldwell Price
Condolences to the whole family. Jimmy was a good guy. Worked with him at Herbold's.  He was always a joker.  Rest in peace my friend.

From: Walter and Janna Rose
When myself and younger brother was very young we lived next door to Jim and Pat.  We would walk through the desert to see them because we knew there would be cookies there.  Later he remained my butcher. I will miss you old friend.

From: George & Gwen Montgomery
One of the fun memories of Jimmie was the night of the Late Kent Cooper and his new bride Suzie. When came time for the bride and groom to dance Kent Grabbed Jimmie and told him to show her how it was done! He had in infectious laugh and such a sense of humor. He will be missed for sure! Our sincere condolence!

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Morrison Funeral Home
& Crematory

188 South Hwy 24
Rupert, Idaho 83350
Phone (208) 436-1800