Phyllis Kathlene Anman


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Clifford Leroy Worsley

Phyllis Kathlene Anman 2450

  • Born: 4 Nov 1911, Breckenridge, Wilkin, Minnesota, USA 4,2450
  • Marriage: Clifford Leroy Worsley on 4 Dec 1935 in St Paul, Hennipin, Minnesota, USA 2450
  • Died: 11 Mar 2010, Meridian, Ada, Idaho, USA at age 98 4
  • Buried: 2010, Boise, Ada, Idaho, USA 4

bullet  General Notes:

LATI N48.2243
LONG W101.5452
LATI N43.6135
LONG W116.2035
LATI N45.5
LATI N40.7608
LONG W111.891
LATI N40.7608
LONG W111.891

bullet  Burial Notes:

Event Description: Cloverdale Memorial Park


bullet  Noted events in her life were:

Residence, 4 Dec 1935. 2450 Ward, North Dakota, USA

Grave Marker: Cloverdale Memorial Park. 4 Boise, Ada, Idaho, USA

Obituary: Idaho Statesman, 13 Mar 2010. 32 Idaho, USA
Birth: Nov. 4, 1911 Breckenridge, Wilkin County, Minnesota, USA Death : Mar. 11, 2010 Meridian, Ada County, Idaho, USA Phyllis K. Worsley, 9 9, of Meridian, passed away March 11, 2010 at her home. Arrangements a re pending under the direction of Cloverdale Funeral Home. Published i n Idaho Statesman on March 13, 2010. Phyllis Worsley Phyllis, wife, mo ther, grandmother and friend, passed peacefully into the arms of her l oving Heavenly Father on March 11, 2010, at her daughter, Sandra's, ho me in Meridian at the age of 98. She was born to David and Alexandra A uman on November 4, 1911 in Breckinridge, MN. She and her five sister s and older brother were raised and schooled in Wilmer, MN, spending t heir summers close by at their family home on Ottertail Lake. Phylli s attended the Nursing program at the University of North Dakota. Sh e did her practical at Northwestern Hospital in Minneapolis. Phyllis w as affiliated with the Alpha Phi Sorority at U of ND and held an activ e membership until she passed. On a blind date set up by one of her so rority sisters, she met her future love, Cliff Worsley, who took her t o dinner, and to his surprise she ordered a sirloin steak with all th e trimmings, he ordered tea. He was very short on cash after paying fo r dinner so they agreed to walk the short two miles back to campus. Th is turned out to be true love and 70+ years of marriage. 1936 brough t the couple to Salt Lake City, UT, with an offer of a new job for Cli ff. A son, David, and a daughter, Sandra, arrived during their four pl us years there. Every few months, mother would find a bigger and bette r furnished apartment to move into by taking the baby buggy, childre n in tow, and walking the neighborhood comparing price and space. WWI I called and dad joined the Army as a First Lieutenant stationed at Ca mp Kilmer in Plainfield, New Jersey. A spunky little girl named Kath y was born soon after they arrived. Phyllis loved the trips into New Y ork, spending their weekends when Cliff could get away from the Camp . Many Broadway shows and dancing to the live dance bands: Dorsey, Mil ler, Goodman, etc. were among her favorite memories along with many wo nderful stories of friends, acquaintances, and military experiences th at resulted in life long friendships. 1945 brought a return to Salt La ke and then in 1949 to Boise and a new position for Cliff with Boise P ayette Lumber Company, later to become Boise Cascade Corporation. Phyl lis continued to search out bargains! She had a love of antiques befor e it became popular, and especially furnishing her home with layaway i tems from Betty Feeney's store in downtown Boise. Dad's favorite, a wi ngback chair, she purchased for 50 cents at a neighborhood moving sale . This chair was in her bedroom (recovered many times over) when she d ied. Mother would cook large dinners for her family and friends. Grea t times were had with the neighbors; Blues, Theils, Nagels, Drabbles , and Wrights in the backyard on Kootenai Street. Jimmy Blue built a c abin cruiser for fishing which was used more by the whole gang joinin g him in McCall many fourth of July's for fun and nonsense. Thanksgivi ng brought out the fineries; mom's wonderful turkey dressing, homemad e dinner rolls, and rutabagas, shared with many guests. Kathy remember s mom's homemade hash made from leftover pot-roast; chicken with grav y and homemade noodles; and Aunt Nettie's large white cake with boile d frosting. Kathy tried to make that cake years later, but it just wa s not right. Mom said, "You can't use an electric beater, you must bea t the batter by hand." Mother loved traveling the world with Cliff an d their friends - making many more friends along the way. For many yea rs Palm Springs was their favorite winter spot inviting their marrie d children to join them there. It was during this time we noticed th e slow change in mother's memory although her body remained strong an d active. The family cabin in McCall was the summer retreat the last 2 0+ years of both mom and dad's life. She did love to read and went thr ough the same book many times right up to a month before she passed. O n behalf of the entire family, we express our sincere appreciation fo r the countless people who loved and supported mom over the years. Sal a Fetzic was a wonderful blessing to mother over six years, never miss ing a day. She took mom to her home many days and overnight when it wa s needed. She treated mother as her own family. Also, Fikrita Suljic c ame faithfully each week with her sweet smile and cheerful dispositio n along with hugs for mom. Julie Flowers also touched mom's life the l ast couple of years with reminders to mom of her sisters and parents t hrough family photos. St. Luke's Hospice nurses Brook, Linda, and soci al worker Julie, were so very helpful and kind during mom's final days . ~I won't be far away for life goes on so if you need me, call an d I will come. Though you can't see or touch me, I'll be near, and i f you listen with your heart, You'll hear all of my love around you so ft and clear. And then when you must come this way alone, I'll greet y ou with a smile and say, Welcome home.~author unknown Phyllis is survi ved by her daughters, Sandra L. Dunn of Meridian; and Kathleen (John ) Dahl of Boise; her daughter-in-law, Marina Worsley of McCall; her si ster-in-law, Marguerite "Maggie" Worsley of San Francisco, CA; her gra ndchildren: Daniel M. Worsley, C. Scott (Gabriella) Green, Clifford L. (Danelle) Green, Holly L. (Steve) Melcher, Stephen G. Green, John C. ( Eizelle) Dahl, Jennifer K. Dahl, Mathew D. (Stephanie) Dahl, Stacy M . Dahl, Jennifer Worsley, and Ryan C. Worsley; her great grandchildren : Haley Worsley, Nicholas and Christina Green, Sarah and Hannah Green , Zakeree and Chloe Melcher, Bela Rae Green, Ava and Emma Dahl, Alexan dria Johnston and Jacqueline Dahl, and Jacob, Madeleine, and Charles D ahl. She was preceded in death by her husband, Clifford L. Worsley; so n, David M.Worsley; her parents; her five sisters, and one brother. Me morial contributions may be made to the Boise Public Library or to P.B .S. Public Television. Private inurnment services will be held at Clov erdale Memorial Park.

1940 Census of Utah, USA: Phillis A., age 27, with husband Clifford L., age 31, and son David, a, 16 Apr 1940. 2451 ge 3.
Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah, USA

Residence: 1103 - 3rd Ave, 1941. 1177 Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah, USA


Phyllis married Clifford Leroy Worsley, son of Charles Leroy Worsley and Harriet Blanche Manning, on 4 Dec 1935 in St Paul, Hennipin, Minnesota, USA.2450 (Clifford Leroy Worsley was born in 1909 in Sidney, Towner, North Dakota, USA,669 died on 25 Jan 2007 in Midvale, Yakima, Washington, USA 176 and was buried in 2007 in Boise, Ada, Idaho, USA 4.)

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