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LaVonnie Clindist

LaVonnie Clay Clindist (Clay)

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LaVonnie Clay Clindist, 78 passed away peacefully at her home in Buhl, Idaho on Saturday, April 18, 2020. Services are under the direction of Reynolds Funeral Chapel.
LaVonnie was born on March 19, 1942 in Twin Falls, Idaho to Donald and Violet Clay. Prior to joining the U.S Army in 1964 she graduated from Filer High School in 1960. While in the Army She met and married her husband of over 46 years, Roland Clindist on Valentines day 1966. The couple welcomed their only child Anna. She loved spending time with her family and animals.
She is survived by her daughter, Anna; 4 grandsons, Dondo (Angela) Morton, Brandon Adams, Jonathan (Mikayla) Rich and Michael (Victoria) Rich; 6 great grandchildren and many nieces and nephews and many other family members and friends.
Lavonnie was preceded in death by her husband, parents, a grandson, Paul; sisters, Shirley Hostetler and Darlene Zink; a brother Robert Clay; a niece, Amy Worley and a nephew, Eric Byberg.
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Dorothy Worley Egersdorf

Posted at 07:17pm
I am Vonnie's first niece. She turned 9 years old when I was born 4 days later. I always thought it was special that our birthdays were so close together and that we were somewhat close in age. I was very proud that she went in the Army and I almost joined but was unable to join the military. There is a lot of memories I have of us. Once Vonnie put handkerchief's on our heads, a shawl around her and taught us to dance like gypsies. My Mom filmed us. In 1959 we moved in with Grandpa and Grandma Clay, Jim and Shirley were visiting, Vonnie was sitting on the floor watching Pat Boone on TV and Uncle Jim sneaked up behind her to make her think that Pat Boone came out of the TV to hug her. She was sure startled! I also remember her circle skirt. It was black with pink cats. There is a picture of her laying on the floor with the skirt circled around her. The school year of 1959-1960 the Filer basketball team won the State Championship. I went to the games with her because she was in the Pep Club. I remember the yelling, screaming, clapping, and stomping. I will really miss my Aunt Vonnie.
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