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Shuler, Nola

September 2, 2018

Nola Shuler December 31, 1924 - August 29, 2018 On August 29, Nola Bolton Shuler, peacefully left this earthly life to return to our Heavenly Father. We feel certain Dad came to get her. Nola was born December 31, 1924 in Kemmer, Wyoming to Clarence and Ilah Bolton. She was the third child and only girl of 5 children. Nola attended schools in Conda and Soda Springs, Idaho. She graduated as salutatorian of her class. She Married her high school sweetheart, George W Shuler Jr. on June 19, 1943 in Wayne, Nebraska while he was in cadet training. They were later sealed in the LDS temple. They are parents of four children, Karen, Alan, Kirk and Annette. Other than a few months at a time in Nebraska, while George was in the service, Nola has lived her entire adult life in Soda Springs where she still resided in the home they purchased in 1951. Nola worked for several years in the office of the John Deere family business and was supportive of George when they owned the Ford dealership. They took Ford sponsored trips, to Italy and Hawaii. Air Force reunion trips to England/Ireland, and south to visit George’s relatives. They also took a trip with her brothers to Alaska. She has always been active in her church and community. She held several positions in the primary and relief society, was stake primary clerk, compassionate service leader and was currently her ward and stake historian. She was still an active member and had served as past Noble Grand of the Rebekah Lodge. She and George traveled to state lodge meetings for many years, and she continued to do so as late as this spring. She worked at every primary and general election0 for the last 50 years and has been a local correspondent for the local newspaper for over 40 years. Her final article will be in last weeks edition of the Caribou County Sun. She has 13 grandchildren, 10 living; 3 step-grandchildren; 24 great grandchildren and 3 great, great grandchildren. Although she lost her husband 4 years ago she has stayed active in her church and community and insisted on staying in her own home. She has been an amazing example to all of us and we are going to miss her dearly. Nola is survived by her children Karen (Don) Poppleton, Logan, UT, Alan (Sue) Shuler, Omaha Nebraska, Kirk (Michele) Shuler, Lake Tapps, WA., and Annette Weighall, Logan, Utah. 10 grandchildren; Kary Stoor, Victor, Montana, Rachelle (Danny) Williams, Pocatello, Ida, Sheri (Nathan) Shuler-Morgan, Omaha, Nebraska, Angel (Russ) Burnside, West Jordan, UT, David (Susie) Shuler, Orono, MN; Kirchele Davis, Puyallup, WA, Troy Shuler, Lake Tapps, WA; Brent Weighall, Pocatello, ID; Stephanie(Travis) Barlow, South Jordan, UT; Angela Salerno, Sandy, UT; Chris Poppleton, Logan, UT; Scott Poppleton, Haskell, AR. She has 24 great grandchildren; and 4 great grandchildren and one surviving brother Frank (Lillian) Bolton of Soda Springs, ID., two sisters-in-law Dixie Bolton and Sue Bolton and a special niece Jeraldine Hansen. Preceded in death by parents, Clarence & Ilah Bolton, brother, Dennis Bolton, Merlin Bolton, Roscoe Bolton; brother in-law, Don(LaRue) Shuler; granddaughters, Robyn Stoor Smith ; Kami Stoor Thornley, grandson, Matthew Stoor, grandson; Mike Poppleton; great granddaughters, Hailey & Heidi Gambles. The funeral will be Tuesday September 4 at 2:00 pm at Soda Springs Stake Center. The family will visit with friends on Monday evening from 7 - 8 pm at Sims Funeral Home in Soda Springs, Idaho and at the Stake Center from 12:00-1:30 prior to services. Memories and condolences can be shared with the family by visiting www.simsfh.com .

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