Wednesday, June 11, 2014

Wilma Dugger Thomas


    Wilma Dugger Thomas passed away peacefully on Oct. 1, 2013, in Henderson Nev. Wilma was born Oct. 15, 1926, in Altamont, Mo., to George and Gladys Davis. They moved to Idaho in 1936.
    Wilma attended Bellevue High School and moved to Hailey where she met and married Robert Dugger. They raised a family of four children in Hailey where they lived for more than 40 years until the death of Robert in 1986.
    Wilma worked many years at Wood River Building Supply where she was well known for her kindness, cheerfulness and great smile.  
    After the passing of Robert, she spent her winters in Yuma, Ariz., where she met and married her second husband, Charles “Chap” Thomas. They did a lot of traveling and spent their summers in Hamilton, Mont. After the passing of Chap, Wilma spent her remaining years living with family.
    Wilma is survived by her two daughters, Marcia Borncamp (Bill) and Marie Hall (John); and grandchildren, Wade Berry (Casey), Shelly Wright, Brent Berry (Carrie), Robby Wright and Shane Stansfield. She has six great-grandchildren: Ashley, Lana, Cody, Jesse, Cera and Cole, and a great-great-grandson, Kyson.  
    She is survived by two sisters, Alice Godby and Dilla Hunter (Dick), and many nieces and nephews.  
    She was preceded in death and now joins her two sons, Richard and Jonathon Dugger; husbands Robert and Chap; and siblings, Marcine Martin, Bill Davis and Bob Davis.
    Graveside memorial services will be held at 11 a.m. Saturday, June 21, at the Hailey Cemetery. A gathering will be held immediately following at the Grange Hall in Hailey.  




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