says farewell to two family members
the loss of Jim Onthank and Toby Stevens
memory of James W. Onthank
employees who regularly drive Idaho’s
highways as part of their job to ensure
safe public travel do so at considerable
personal risk. Bad weather... Road hazards...
Impatient drivers... Split-second decisions...
They are ever-present dangers.
James W. Onthank
of Grangeville died March 15, 2005 at the
age of 42 in a work-related automobile accident
on Highway 95. Also killed in the accident
was Toby Stevens.
Jim is survived by his wife, Cynthia D. Onthank,
42, also of Grangeville; and his two sons,
Kirt L. Onthank, 22, his wife Stephanie J.
Onthank, 24, of College Place, Wash., Cody
J. Onthank, 19, his wife, Falina F. Onthank,
22; and Jim's first grandson, Caleb Josiah
Onthank, 16 months, of Walla Walla, Wash.
He also is survived by parents, Samuel and
Katherine Onthank of Clarkston, Wash., and
siblings, Michael, Scott and Kelly.
memory of Toby Joe Stevens
Joe Stevens, loving husband, brother, son
and friend, lost his life Tuesday, March
15, 2005. Toby was born in Loyalton, Calif.,
in 1962 where he lived until 2003. Toby
spent many years working in the woods, beginning
in 1977 when he was 15 years old.
operated heavy equipment for the family
logging business. Toby moved to Paradise,
Calif., where he met and married Juli; they
moved back to Loyalton.
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