Obituary [Idaho Statesman on 1/7/2007] Doyle LaVon Pulsipher, ...of Nampa, Idaho, formerly of McCall, Idaho and Orem, Utah passed on to his heavenly mansion on Jan. 4, 2007 after a long struggle with heart and lung disease. Born on April 29, 1925, in Mapleton, Utah, Doyle was the youngest of seven children born to Charles William and Annie Hutchison Brown Pulsipher. Doyle spent his youth in Utah Valley and joined the Army Air Corp during World War II. His active duty took him to the Pacific arena in the 5th bomber division of the Jolly Rogers, where he admits to single handedly winning the war in the air. He was also re-called during the Korean War. He met and married Dorothy June Goode in July 1946, with whom he spent the next 61 years. They had three children, Michael, June (deceased) and Judy. During Doyle´s life he spent many years in the steel industry both in Utah and Wyoming. After retiring, he and his family crafted fine wood products and sold them on the craft circuit. Doyle was also a master antique restorer and could repair anything. He never met an enemy and was truly a gentle man. He will be missed more than our hearts can express. Doyle is survived by his wife, of 61 years, Dorothy, his son Michael (Diane) Pulsipher, daughter, Judy Sterrett, grandson Clinton (Diana) Pulsipher, granddaughter, Jacqueline Sterrett, great-granddaughters Sydney and Aubrey Pulsipher and his sister Belma Jex, as well as many cousins, nieces and nephews. At his request, there will be no services at this time, but he will be interred in the family plot in Pleasant Grove Utah at a later date. Cremation arrangements are being provided by Zeyer Funeral Chapel, Nampa. Remembrances in Doyle's name can be made to the Mercy Home Health and Hospice, 215 East Hawaii Avenue, Nampa, Idaho 83686. The family wishes to thanks with heartfelt sincerity the Mercy Hospice for their gentle and constant care for Doyle through the painful struggle he endured. Your care made his journey much easier. Thank You!