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John Stutheit

John Stutheit

John Stutheit July 26,1935 – May 18, 2017


John Yates Stutheit 81 passed away peacefully on May 18,2017, at Saint Alphonsus hospital in Boise Id. His wife Betty, Sherry, & Karla  were by his side.

John was born in Otis, CO. to Emmitt & Thelma Stutheit, on July 26,1935. He is survived by his wife Betty Stutheit, Daughters Sherry Romaine & Karla (Bill Crispin) & Son David (Debbie) 14 grandchildren, 27 great grandchildren, & 2 great great grandchildren, younger siblings Sandra & Danny. John was proceeded by his mother & father, by older siblings Glenn, Orval , a younger brother Ronald, also sadly his son Thomas, & grandson Orval.

John got married on may 11, 1954 to Betty Owens, they began having children 1955 Sherry, David 1956, Tommy 1957, & then 1966 came Karla. He worked in car mechanic and sales he truly loved, a few years he did lawn care, but retired as a Car lot owner, he close the car lot in 2002 and moved to Wilder, Idaho and lived there 14 years. He said for so many years that Idaho is God’s country and got to retire where he lived.

John, Husband, Dad, Papa, Brother, Uncle, Cousin, & Friend, will be dearly missed but never Forgotten.


  • Karla Posted May 23, 2017 8:22 pm

    Dad you will be missed dearly we all LOVE you and will never forget you… Love, Karla

  • Samantha Posted May 23, 2017 9:00 pm

    We love you papa.You will always be missed by us all. Chris Munoz, Samantha Ames Sebastian Munoz, Nakyta levan, Lily Munoz, and Maddox Munoz.

  • Sonja & seth Posted May 23, 2017 9:22 pm

    You will be forever missed papa. Thank you for all the wonderful memories and beaing such an amazing papa to us all. Love you R.I.P.

  • Steven Parsons Posted May 23, 2017 10:57 pm

    Thanks John for being a part of the good memories in my life. Oh and that fishing trip we talked about at the hospital, well scout out a good place and God willing some day we can make it happen. You will be missed❤️

  • Mike and Mary Posted May 23, 2017 11:31 pm

    This is Gods country and always will be to us who knows it.

  • Frank Ries Posted May 23, 2017 11:43 pm

    I will miss you John, I will forever miss the fun we had Bass fishing together. Sooner or later, we will be back to bass fishing in the here after. I am betting that I will catch a bigger one at one of our favorite fishing holes; OHOP Lake. Luv ya pal.

  • Vivian Harden Posted May 24, 2017 12:18 am

    Our family will miss you John. All the fun times we shared and tne kids growing up together. Your family was our family and vice versa.

  • sherry romaine Posted May 24, 2017 5:05 pm


  • Sharon Stutheit Posted May 29, 2017 4:32 pm

    Johnny, we miss you. You were an incredibly strong-minded and strong-willed person and we all felt your presence. But now you are in a better place with your parents/brothers/son and grandson. Are you “kids” still jumping over the sagebrush and chasing each other like you did at Big Bend? May God bless you, until we meet again. Go Fishing! Love, Shari

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