|Birth: ||May 10, 1912|
|Death: ||Sep. 5, 2010|
Ellamae Bartholomew "Jeri" Krantz, 98, of Iona, passed away Sunday, Sept. 5, 2010, at her son's home, where she has resided for the past two years.
She was born May 10, 1912, in Gunnison, Utah, to Alma C. Bartholomew and Elsie Katherine Christensen Bartholomew. She attended Gosphen Grade School and graduated from Payson High School. She attended Henager Business School. She lived in Gunnison for four years; Lyman, Wyo., for two years; Goshen, Utah, for nine years; Payson, Utah, for three years; Salt Lake City for four years; and Whittier, Calif., for nine years. She has resided in Idaho Falls for the past 60 years.
She married Harold Dorcheus "Pat" Krantz on Dec. 16, 1933, in Payson. Their marriage was solemnized Aug. 16, 1988, in the Idaho Falls LDS Temple. Harold preceded her in death Aug. 11, 1987. Jeri worked for 25 years as a legal secretary for Holden, Holden, Kidwell, Hahn and Crapo, attorneys at law.
Jeri was a skilled typist and stenographer. While attending Henager, she typed 104 words per minute in a five minute test. She was a member of the Daughters of the Utah Pioneers.
As an active member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Jeri served as a Primary teacher, in Relief Society and on the homemaking committee. She served an LDS mission in Salt Lake City from 1992 to 1993.
She enjoyed gardening, fishing, golfing with her husband, traveling and taking long walks.
Survivors include her sons, William Charles (Helen) Krantz of Iona, Idaho, and Michael B. (Judith) Krantz of Preston, Idaho; sister, LaPreal Loveless of Lake Forest, Calif.; eight grandchildren; 25 great-grandchildren; and four great-great-grandchildren.
She was preceded in death by her parents; husband; four brothers, A. Owen Bartholomew, Edgar Bartholomew, Byard Bartholomew and Clifton Bartholomew; and one sister, Edith Bauer.
Harold Dorcheus Krantz (1910 - 1987)*
Fielding Memorial Park Cemetery
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Record added: Sep 08, 2010
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