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Lindsay Guerrero

d. June 12, 2014

Lindsay Connie Bosquez, 30, passed away at her home June 12, 2014. She was a loving mother, sister and daughter with an open big heart to everyone. Lindsay was born in Pocatello, Idaho on November 1, 1983 to Manual and Diann Bosquez. Her Family lived mostly in Idaho. She spent her school years at Ellis Elementary, Hawthorne middle school and Pocatello Senior High. Lindsay enjoyed life. She loved to take walks in nature and go fishing with her dad. Lindsay loved to laugh, often at herself. She loved sharing her life with family and friends and lived it to the fullest. Lindsay had a great sense of humor and loved watching people laugh as she shared a good joke or story with them. She'd often be at the softball field cheering for her nieces Ashlen and Veronica. Lindsay is survived by three Children: future ladies man Isaac Troyer 10 years of age, Superstar Wrestler Arimo Shelman 7 years of age, super model Isabella Shelman 5 years of age: Father, " Sir Don" Manual Bosquez: Brother and softball royalty Bobby and Roni Bosquez: Sisters, Hustlin' Kimberly Flores, Graceful Kristen Bosquez, Beautiful Brianna Bosquez and double dribble Alianna Bosquez. She is also survived by numerous nephews' nieces' aunts and uncles and many family members and friends who loved her dearly. She was preceded in death by her Mother "Angel" Diann Bosquez (1984) and brother in law "Angel" Juan Flores (2011), Grandparents: Jon and Josie Dominguez, Eluteria Bosquez, Susan Watson, Uncle Ben Flores, Uncles: Danny "Loco" Bosquez, "Unca" Leo Bosquez, Joe Bosquez, Coach Ricky Dominguez, Cousins: Dave and Jessie Bosquez Lindsay will now spend her time focusing her other worldly powers to bring the Raiders back to the superbowl, traveling through time with her family chasing the "Legend of Bigfoot" and the "Lochness Monster" and always watching over her children. Her one last request was to have Six Raider pallbearers... .so they can let her down one more time. Ver m�s de heavan baby sister. Services will be Wednesday, June 18, 2014 at 2:00 PM at Colonial Funeral Home 2005 S. 4 th Ave. Pocatello, ID 208-233-1500. A viewing will be held one hour prior to the services. Condolences may be sent to the family on line at www.colonial-funeralhome.com. Monetary donations for the children can be given to Bobby Bosquez.

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