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Marlene Standlee

Marlene Standlee
Marlene Standlee

 

 

 

Marlene Standlee, 82, of Jerome, died Thursday, Nov. 24, 2016 in Twin Falls, Idaho.         Marlene Madsen was born April 3, 1934 in Manti, Utah, to Terrance and Bedelia Faatz Madsen.

She attended and graduated from Manti High School and then worked at the Tooele Ordinance Company. There she met and married John McIntosh and together they had eight children. John passed away unexpectedly and Marlene continued to live in Manti.

There she met the love of her life, Steve Standlee, and they were married in Elko, Nevada in 1982. Being a long haul truck driver, Steve and Marlene lived and worked thoughout the west in the states of Montana, Colorado and Utah. The couple loved to see the country and together have traveled to all but five states.

On one trip Steve and Marlene ran into bad weather in Wyoming and that was when Marlene stopped traveling with Steve. In the 70’s the couple settled in Jerome where Steve retired in 1999.

They enjoyed fishing and hunting and Marlene was able to do the craft hobbies and cooking she enjoyed. She was a true animal lover and had everything from raccoons to skunks and sugar gliders to antelope. Steve was her caregiver for the last nine years and their love and friendship for each other will be missed.

Marlene was preceded in death by her parents; her brother, Keith Madsen;  sons, Ronnie, Johnny and Jerry Mclntosh; Daughter, Penny Mclntosh Foster;  and daughter- in-law, Lynette Mclntosh.

Marlene is survived by her husband, Steve Standlee of Jerome Idaho; daughters, Virginia Draper of Checotah, Oklahoma; Sherry Horne of Salina, Utah; sons, Kendell McIntosh of Gunnison; and Billy (Gayle) McIntosh of Centerfield. She is also survived by many grandchildren, nieces, nephews and friends who love and will miss her.

In accordance with Marlene’s wishes private graveside services will be held in the Jerome Cemetery. Arrangements are under the care of Farnsworth Mortuary of Jerome.

 

Marlene Standlee, 82, of Jerome, died Thursday, Nov. 24, 2016 in Twin Falls, Idaho.         Marlene Madsen was born April 3, 1934 in Manti, Utah, to Terrance and Bedelia Faatz Madsen.

She attended and graduated from Manti High School and then worked at the Tooele Ordinance Company. There she met and married John McIntosh and together they had eight children. John passed away unexpectedly and Marlene continued to live in Manti.

There she met the love of her life, Steve Standlee, and they were married in Elko, Nevada in 1982. Being a long haul truck driver, Steve and Marlene lived and worked thoughout the west in the states of Montana, Colorado and Utah. The couple loved to see the country and together have traveled to all but five states.

On one trip Steve and Marlene ran into bad weather in Wyoming and that was when Marlene stopped traveling with Steve. In the 70’s the couple settled in Jerome where Steve retired in 1999.

They enjoyed fishing and hunting and Marlene was able to do the craft hobbies and cooking she enjoyed. She was a true animal lover and had everything from raccoons to skunks and sugar gliders to antelope. Steve was her caregiver for the last nine years and their love and friendship for each other will be missed.

Marlene was preceded in death by her parents; her brother, Keith Madsen;  sons, Ronnie, Johnny and Jerry Mclntosh; Daughter, Penny Mclntosh Foster;  and daughter- in-law, Lynette Mclntosh.

Marlene is survived by her husband, Steve Standlee of Jerome Idaho; daughters, Virginia Draper of Checotah, Oklahoma; Sherry Horne of Salina, Utah; sons, Kendell McIntosh of Gunnison; and Billy (Gayle) McIntosh of Centerfield. She is also survived by many grandchildren, nieces, nephews and friends who love and will miss her.

In accordance with Marlene’s wishes private graveside services will be held in the Jerome Cemetery. Arrangements are under the care of Farnsworth Mortuary of Jerome.