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Trudy Louise Hall Carver

Nov. 2, 1946 - Feb. 15, 2021

BURLEY – Trudy Louise Hall Carver, a 74-year-old resident of Burley, passed away at her home on February 15, 2021, where she had lived for 40 years.

Trudy was born in La Grande, Ore., the daughter of Robert V. and Betty Zane Kight Hall. At an early age her family moved to Ontario, Ore. She was active in the International Order of Job’s Daughters in high school and for many years after. She attended the University of Idaho in Moscow and graduated in 1968. Her life-long career was as a registered medical technologist capped by managing a doctor’s laboratory for 16 years. At the same time she was partners in H&W Mobile Homes in Burley. Her retirement years were spent taking many international trips to much of the world, missing only the African continent.

She is survived by her husband of 52 years, Jim Carver of Burley; one daughter, Adrienne (Brent) Sterner of Twin Falls; and a grandson, Christopher Rasmussen also of Twin Falls.

At Trudy’s request, there will be no formal service.

Arrangements have been placed in the care of Rasmussen-Wilson Funeral Home of Burley.

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From Doris Haines:
Just read about your wife. What wonderful couple you were. When I first met you both with Bill by my side at H&W, your kindness was overwhelming. Trudy was a darling. I know she is smiling down on you from the heavens. All my deepest sympathy.
From Barbara West. :
Jim I will miss call you on Thursdays to see if you have any needs for Trudy. What a wonderful couple you are. Trudy was so welcoming when I met her. You both were so happy and kind, Your loving care of her was remarkable. Bless you and your family at this time.
From Van Thomas:
A much liked person by her high school classmates! Glad to see she had a wonderful life and beautiful family!
From Betty Jo Parr:
I miss you my big sister and best friend. A piece of my heart left with you, but that piece will be replaced when we meet again. Love you, Trudy.
From Mark and Lori :
Will miss you your sweet spirit! Classy woman. We are going to miss!! We will see you on the other side loves and kisses!!
From Hugh Fraser:
So sorry to hear this...Trudy you were a bright spot in school and I recall your positive, friendly, and upbeat nature. See you on the other side
From Marc Iseri MD:
Trudy always had a smile on her face and was a great friend to many, she will be truly missed
From Richard Takao:
One of the most fun classmates one could ever have. She will be missed by so many!
From Tia Mullins:
Trudy, you will be missed greatly. You are one of the kindest, most generous, quit witted persons I have ever met. Your example of life and taking care of your home and Jim..one in the same..he was your home....will always be remembered. Thank You for always lending an ear. Love You and I will miss you sweet lady.
From Teresa Edmondson Lewis:
Oh,Trudy,I haven't seen you for so long.But remember you from the drs.lab as one of my favorites and you would see me and say,In't it time for your lab workSo glad you got to travel.To her family;So sorry for your loss.

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