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Richard Kelly Pinson December 17, 1960 - February 2, 2020

Richard Kelly Pinson, age 59, a resident of Boise, passed away February 2, 2020. Richard was born in Boise, Idaho on December 17, 1960 to Gary and Lila Louise Pinson. He graduated from Minnetonka High School.
After high school Richard moved to Idaho and spent all his adult life in Boise. He enjoyed spending time in the outdoors hunting, camping, and fishing. He worked as a master stone cutter and an artist with marble and stone. Richard was a skilled tradesman with many construction skills. After working for many years Richard opened his own business in stonework. Richard was known for having his 32-year-old Ford Ranger which he called “Wonder Truck.”
Richard is survived by his Daughter Karma Hill of Boise, Gary Pinson and stepmother Anita Pinson of West Bloomfield Minnesota, Sister Melanie Pinson of Boise, Brother John Pinson of Boise, Brother Chris and wife Rhonda Pinson of Mountain Home, Arkansas, Sister Cheyenne Pinson of Chicago, Illinois, and many nieces, nephews, and great-nieces and great-nephews. Richard is preceded in death by Mother Lila Louise Pinson and brother Brett Pinson.
A Celebration of Life will be held on February 5, 2020 at 3:00 pm with a gathering to follow at Bowman Funeral Parlor located at 10254 W. Carlton Bay Drive Garden City, Idaho 83714. In lieu of flowers the family has asked donations to be made to Richard’s daughter, Karma Hill for her college education. Cash and checks made payable to Karma Hill may be left at the service. Arrangements are under the direction of Bowman Funeral Parlor.

A Celebration of Life will be held on February 5, 2020 at 3:00 pm with a gathering to follow at Bowman Funeral Parlor located at 10254 W. Carlton Bay Drive Garden City, Idaho 83714. In lieu of flowers the family has asked donations to be made to Richard’s daughter, Karma Hill for her college education. Cash and checks made payable to Karma Hill may be left at the service.

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