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The Adams County Record Obituary Wednesday, AAril 4, 2012 Obituary David Wright Campbell graduating in 1952 with a BS in Agriculture. After college, his family (which now included two daughters) moved to the Circle C Ranch where he became general manager. Because of his girl's activities in high school rodeo, he became involved and served several state and national offices for the High School Rodeo Association, including state and national president. One of his duties as National President was to organize the National High School Rodeo Championships in Twin Falls, ID in 1971. With the sale of Circle C in 1973, he worked as a cattle superintendent for a 40,000 head feed lot at Pasco, WA. Dave and his wife then moved to Boise in 1978, where he sold farm real estate. In January 1985, he went to work for the USDA Farm Home Administration where he remained until he retired in 1993. While living in Boise, he and his wife enjoyed traveling the world, and visited 49 of the 50 United States, and 6 out of 7 continents. Dave is survived by his wife of 65 years, kan, two daughters, Marilyn Perry (Seattle, WA) and Linda Knoeber (Raleigh, NC). He also has four grandchildren: Kenn Knoeber (Raleigh, NC), Nick Perry (San Francisco, CA), Jennifer Perry (Seattle, WA), Carrie Knoeber Hughston (Raleigh, NC), and her two children, Clayton and Campbell Hughston. Graveside services were held Monday, April 9, 2012 at the Idaho State Veterans Cemetery. Remembrances and condolences may be left online www. summersfuneral.com 1926 - 2012 Dave was born July 13th, 1926 and spent his childhood on the Circle C Ranch in Meadows Valley, ID. After attending Meadows Valley High School, he served as a combat medic with the 34th infantry regiment (which used water-cooled 30 caliber machine guns), 24th division in the Philippines. After two years in the Philippines, he was assigned to the Army of Occupation in Japan, where he served for a year. He received a bronze star, combat medic badge, Asiatic-Pacific Campaign Ribbon, and two combat stars. At the conclusion of his service, Dave returned home and married Jean Buchholz on October 19th, 1946. Dave also served in National Guard for three years beginning in 1946. He then attended the University of Idaho, where he was a member of Sigma Alpha .Epsilon Fraternity, Leilani Golson Nov. 27 th, 1943- Apr. 3, 2012 Leilani passed away after having suffered a second stroke on March 27th, 2012. Leilani was born in Vancouver, Washington, to Leslie and Hester Brouhard. 5he shared a home there until she and her husband, Ron, of over 29 years, moved to and retired in Council, Idaho. Loni, as she was known, shared her love to hunt, fish, go mushrooming, gardening and many other out door activities with her husband. She loved to care for the wild birds during the winter and fed hundreds of quail, dove and song birds for those many winter months. As a homemaker she excelled at home cooking and sharing with all who enjoyed a good home cooked meal. She took great pride in her home, and the decor and yard work are evidence of her talents. Her love of our two Shih Tzu's could be seen in the care and comfort that she provided them. One of her last wishes was to be sure that they were cared for as she would have cared for them-- a promise that will be kept. Page 3 Loni is survived by her husband Ron Golson Sr.; Three children: Rick Schwabe, Ron Schwabe Jr., and Vonda Van Lieu all of Vancouver, Wash. She also leaves behind, her sister Carol, & brother-in-law Wilfred (Gene) Roberts, Vancouver, WA; Sister Vicky Antrim, Orting WA; 5 granddaughters, I grandson, 3 StepTdaughters and nieces and nephews. A memorial for Loni is planned for early summer. 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