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Nancy (Louise) Flowers January 24, 1946 - March 31, 2021

Nancy “Louise” Flowers, 75, of Boise, passed away March 31, 2021. Louise was born January 24, 1946 in Fresno, California to parents A.J. and Violet Hendrix.

Louise grew up in California, eventually moving to Rupert, Idaho, Jerome, Idaho and finally settling in Boise. She graduated from Minico High School in Rupert, Idaho, and married Brian Flowers in 1964.

Louise loved quilting, photography, doll collecting, and enjoyed camping and capturing every moment with her kids. She loved her friends, family, and cabin time. She also had a great faith and loved her church. Louise grew up as a preacher’s daughter, spending much of her time with her father at church. She was a member of the Church of Christ in Boise for many years.

Throughout Louise’s lifetime she worked at Brownfields and often helped with the family business, Capital Steamway.

Louise is survived by her sons, Mike, and Bob Flowers; grandsons, Max Sam, David, and Devin all reside in Boise.

She is preceded in death by her parents A.J. and Violet Hendrix and James Hendrix.

A memorial service will be held, 2:00 pm, Monday, April 12, 2021 at Bowman Funeral Parlor 10254 W Carlton Bay Garden City, Idaho 83714.

To view Louise’s memorial service please visit https://vimeo.com/535057397

In lieu of flowers, please make donations to the Boise Church of Christ at 2000 N Eldorado St, Boise, Idaho 83709.

A memorial service will be held, 2:00 pm, Monday, April 12, 2021 at Bowman Funeral Parlor 10254 W Carlton Bay Garden City, Idaho 83714.

To view Louise's memorial service please visit https://vimeo.com/535057397

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    Dwight and Robin McGee says

    Louise was such a wonderful person, we thought the world of this beautiful friend. She was a loving example of friendship to our family. We felt so fortunate to have her youngest son Bobby as our son AJ’s best friend and for Mike’s friendship as well. We know she’s lighting up the field’s of gold in Heaven with her beautiful brown eyes and smile. We are praying g for peace and sending love to the Flower’s family.

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    Arlene Stoor says

    I first met Louise when I was working at the Boise Cascade computer department. She came to work there in about 1963 or 64. We were key punch operators. She was so full of life and excited about the future, about a week or two after she started, she got married. We worked together until I left BC in 1965. As fate would have it many years later, our children met, Jerel and Mike have become lifelong friends. Our heartfelt prayers go out to Bob, Mike and the rest of the family. We know you will all miss her dearly but knowing that she is now in Heaven with God and her Heavenly family, she will be watching over you, know that that will be most comforting. Love Jerry, Arlene and the rest of the Stoor family. God Bless and Keep You.

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