IDAHO FALLS, ID -- Nathan Ray Neiwert, 31, of Idaho Falls, died July 20, 2007, at Eastern Idaho Regional Medical Center.
He was born July 17, 1976, in Burley, Idaho, to John and Marilyn Hogg Neiwert. He grew up and attended schools in the area, graduating from Minico High School.
On March 25, 1999, he married Jillea Robinson in the Boise LDS Temple. He was a farmer and also President of Sun Contracting.
He was a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and served as a missionary in the Mississippi Jackson Mission. Nathan enjoyed the outdoors, and especially loved being with his family.
Wife: Jillea Neiwert, Idaho Falls, ID
Daughter: Laura Neiwert, Idaho Falls, ID
Parents: John & Marilyn Neiwert, Hazelton, ID
Brother: Norman Neiwert, Hazelton, ID
Brother: Neil (Angela) Neiwert, Boise, ID
Sister: Ellen (Troy) Cooper, Mt. Vernon, OH
Grandmother: Pauline Neiwert, Rupert, ID
He was preceded in death by his grandparents, Ray and Agnes Hogg and John Neiwert.
Funeral Services will be held at 11 a.m. Thursday, July 26, 2007, at the Idaho Falls LDS 28th Ward, 1165 Azalea, with Bishop Roger Olsen officiating. In honor of Nathan’s request, there will be no public viewing.
Burial will be in the Iona Cemetery under the direction of Wood Funeral Home.
Condolences received online:
Ken and Glenda Phillips
How sorry we are to hear of Nathan's death. Please know of our love and prayers in your behalf. We wish you the peace and comfort that comes from the spirit. Because of our temple assignment, we will not be able to attend the services, but we will be thinking of you on Thursday.
Ken and Glenda
I am shocked and saddened about the death of your husband. If there's anything I can do, please ask! My whole family is so sorry for your and Laura's loss.
Susan, Loren, Taylor & Norris
Daniel & Audrey Neiwerth
We are so sorry to learn of Nathan's death, and know that your sense of loss is great. May God Bless you an your family with His Peace and Comfort. May Nathan's wife and daughter and all of you be Blessed with many Happy Memories.
We understand the feelings and grief from losing a son.
We would have come to the funeral, but we will be out of town on Thursday.
Please know that our thoughts and prayers are with you.
Cousin, Daniel Neiwerth and Audrey
Dear Neil and Angela Neiwert,
I'm so sorry to hear about Nathan. My mother read the obituary to me over the phone to me this evening. I can only imagine how difficult it is losing a sibling. I'll be praying for both you and your family over the coming days.
Grow complete in God's love,
Colorado Springs, Colorado
Bob & Shirley Haslam
We are so sorry to learn of Nathan's death, and know that your sense of loss is great. May God Bless you an your family with His Peace and Comfort.
Jerry and Roanne Gillette
We are in Nathan's home ward, in Paul. The Emerson 2nd family. We are so very sorry for your loss, as we too loved this special young man, husband, father, son, friend. Truly a celebration in heaven as he was one of our Heavenly Father's finest.
Nathan was such a friend to all. A bright spot, and he loved the gospel, and was a wonderful missionary. He carried the keys. It was a pleasure knowing him.
May the Lord comfort your family.
Jerry and Roanne Gillette
Dear Neiwert Family,
I am so sorry to hear about the death in your family. I wish I could find words that would relieve your pain, but I cannot imagine what they are. Losing someone close to you is one of the saddest life experiences possible, and words of true comfort are difficult to find. I remember when we were kids that we called Nathan the Chicken Farmer. My mind has slipped and it never was that strong anyway. But, I remember that Nathan was raising chickens that summer. Todd Zeller and I would tease him about being a chicken farmer. He was a great kid and it looks like he was a good man. My memory of him will be that he was always fun and pleasant to be around.
Please know that I am thinking of you in your sorrow. You have my sincere condolences. I have recently moved from Idaho Falls to Utah or I would be there with your family.
Greg and Pari Edgar
If only words could express the sorrow that we feel.
Nathan was such a wonderful husband and father, Cora told me that Laura was so excited for her Daddy to come home at night. He always worked so very hard for his family and never let an excuse prevent him from reaching his goals and providing for his family. Your marriage was an example to me of supporting each other.
Please know we want to help and that we love you and Laura.
Pari & Greg and family (with a big hug from Cora)
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Wood Funeral Home