Eva Emily Potter Frank
Eva Emily Potter Frank passed away in Boise on June 24. When she was a young girl, Eva and her parents Harmon and Esther Potter and other family members moved to Vale from Oklahoma. They lived on a farm at Willowcreek. Eva graduated from Vale, before moving to Idaho.
She is survived by her daughters Valerie and Melody, 4 grandkids and 1 great grandson, sister Lavon Carrier.
Eva’s favorite thing to do everyday was to feed her birds and squirrels, and walk around several streets to pick up trash to keep the neighborhood clean.
Funeral services were at Dry Creek Cemetery, Boise.
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