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Lindy Lee Reagan June 7, 1950 - April 18, 2022

Lindy Lee Reagan

Lindy Lee Reagan, 71, a resident of Boise, passed away April 18, 2022 in Seattle, Washington. She was born on June 7, 1950 to William and Marjory Winkle in Cheyenne, Wyoming. She was the fourth of six children. She attended grade school in Cheyenne and moved with her family to Nampa, Idaho in 1963. She graduated from Nampa High School in 1968.  She attended Boise State College for a year before going to work for Idaho First National Bank.   

Lindy was introduced to Rexford Dwight Reagan by her soon-to-be sister-in-law, Judy Gammill, who lived across the street from her family in Nampa.  She was smitten, and they were married on September 5, 1971 at First United Presbyterian Church of Nampa, Idaho. She was a loving and devoted mother to their two daughters, Kimberly and Sarah.  While her children were in grade school, Lindy always held a job at their school as a teacher’s aide.  She loved working with children, and was always the leader of the Halloween parade, wearing a Christmas tree costume.  Later, she opened her own in-home daycare so that she could be home to care for her mother.  She delighted in getting to care for her oldest grandson, Calvin until he was five years old.  Her grandchildren and great-grandchildren were her greatest joy.  She spent her entire life in loving service to her family.   

She spent her years before retirement working for SODEXO at Boise Cascade.  She was fond of her job and her associations with co-workers and customers.  She retired in 2010.  Lindy and Rex enjoyed retirement, traveling and visiting with family, and were active in their church community at Southminster Presbyterian Church.  She was a steadfast member of Presbyterian Women and loved helping with their annual fundraisers.  Lindy and Rex spent many lunch dates with the Sages, their retired friends from Southminster. She loved her faith and her church family with all her heart.  Lindy loved to sing.  She sang in the choir in High School, and was a member of the choir at her church and with the Boise Choristers. Music was a big part of her life and her worship. She was also actively involved in PEO (Philanthropic Educational Organization) Sisterhood, Jobs Daughters, and Eastern Star.  She loved her neighbors and friends in her neighborhood and enjoyed their Wednesday gatherings.  Rex and Lindy just celebrated their 50th Wedding anniversary in September of 2021.  Their legacy of love and faithfulness is a treasure to their children and grandchildren. 

Lindy was preceded in death by her parents William and Marjory Winkle and her great-grandson, Milo.

She is survived by her husband Rexford Reagan, her brothers Andy Winkle (Helen), Larry Winkle (Marianne), and Don Winkle (Glenna), and her sisters Cathy Clifford (Dwayne) and Cindy Olson (Darrell), her daughters Kimberly (Adam) Fuhriman and Sarah Reagan, grandchildren Calvin (Allison) Fuhriman, Destenee Fuhriman, Thomas Fuhriman and Isabel Fuhriman, and great-grandchildren Millie Fuhriman and Rhett Fuhriman.

She will be dearly missed by all who loved her. 

A Celebration of Life will be held at 2:00 pm, Saturday, April 30, 2022 at Southminster Presbyterian Church, 6500 W. Overland Rd. In Boise. 

Arrangements are under the direction of Bowman Funeral Parlor of Garden City.

A Celebration of Life will be held at 2:00 pm, Saturday, April 30, 2022 at Southminster Presbyterian Church, 6500 W. Overland Rd. In Boise. 


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    Wanda Metzgar & George says

    Lindy was one of the sweetest ladies. She was always so happy and kind and full of life. I believe she still is… may you dance at the Father’s feet Lindy. You will be missed by your family, but soon to reunite. Prayers for the family as they await that reunion.

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    Vicki Funaiole says

    Dear Rex and family,
    I was deeply saddened to learn of Lindy’s passing. Though it has been some time since we last visited I have wonderful memories of our younger years. You were a perfectly matched couple.
    Lindy was interesting, compassionate and a pleasure to be around. Please accept my condolences for your great loss.
    Vicki {Simpson, Mueller} Funaiole

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    Katie Sierra says

    So sorry to hear about Lindy. She will be greatly missed by her PEO sisters. Your family is in my thoughts and prayers.

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    Pam Landon says

    Rex, Kimberly, and Sarah,

    Your wife and Mom was a beautiful, kind, loving woman. She was a gentle soul and touched many lives. She will be missed. Sending love, hugs and prayers that you may be comforted during this time. Remember all the love she had for each of you and the many memories you have to keep her alive in your heart.

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    Patty Jarski says

    I was sad to hear Lindy had left us but joyful to know she is now in the presence of Jesus. Her life long journey is now completed. What a precious soul was Lindy. Lindy touched so many people with her gentle ways. She had a servant’s heart and gave of her time and talents freely. We who knew Lindy will never forget her.

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    Patty Jarski says

    I am remembering Lindy with many fond memories. My condolences go to Rex and the family. Lindy will be greatly missed by all who loved her. She was a gem in the crown of Jesus. Lindy always put others before her self. She was always there to lend a helping hand and serve with a true servant’s heart. My thoughts and prayers are with you at this difficult time. May Jesus hold us all close as we wait for the day when we will all be together once again.

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