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Dorothy Mae (Skaug) Demaree

Dorothy Mae (Skaug) Demaree

Dorothy Mae (Skaug) Demaree, loving mother, passed away in Boise, Idaho, on April 9, 2021, at the age of 84. Dorothy was born in Sicklerville, NJ, July 5, 1936 to Theodore Skaug and Bella Shovitz Skaug, of Clemanton, NJ. She married Wilbur Raymond Demaree of Colorado Springs, Colorado, in 1957, and they raised three children in Los Angeles, CA, and in Boise, ID. Her three children were the center of her life.

Dorothy loved learning. She graduated from Boise State University with a degree in Business Administration. Her love of books helped in her work as a reference librarian for several years. She enjoyed the challenge of researching and finding answers to people’s questions. She also volunteered with the Idaho State History Museum and with Habitat for Humanity.

She is preceded in death by her former husband Wilbur Raymond Demaree II and her aunt Ruth Pleu. Survivors include her sons Bruce David Demaree, Tracy Earl Demaree, and Roger Dean Demaree (with wife Marsha Ann Demaree). Grandchildren include Aaron, Jimmy, Grant, Andrew, Anna, Marshall, Clark, and two great-grandchildren.

Funeral Services were in Boise, ID, April 13, 2 pm, and her ashes were scattered at one of her favorite points on the Oregon Trail.

Dorothy Mae (Skaug) Demaree, loving mother, passed away in Boise, Idaho, on April 9, 2021, at the age of 84. Dorothy was born in Sicklerville, NJ, July 5, 1936 to Theodore Skaug and Bella Shovitz Skaug, of Clemanton, NJ. She married Wilbur Raymond Demaree of Colorado Springs, Colorado, in 1957, and they raised three children in Los Angeles, CA, and in Boise, ID. Her three children were the center of her life.

Dorothy loved learning. She graduated from Boise State University with a degree in Business Administration. Her love of books helped in her work as a reference librarian for several years. She enjoyed the challenge of researching and finding answers to people’s questions. She also volunteered with the Idaho State History Museum and with Habitat for Humanity.

She is preceded in death by her former husband Wilbur Raymond Demaree II and her aunt Ruth Pleu. Survivors include her sons Bruce David Demaree, Tracy Earl Demaree, and Roger Dean Demaree (with wife Marsha Ann Demaree). Grandchildren include Aaron, Jimmy, Grant, Andrew, Anna, Marshall, Clark, and two great-grandchildren.

Funeral Services were in Boise, ID, April 13, 2 pm, and her ashes were scattered at one of her favorite points on the Oregon Trail.

Dorothy Mae (Skaug) Demaree, loving mother, passed away in Boise, Idaho, on April 9, 2021, at the age of 84. Dorothy was born in Sicklerville, NJ, July 5, 1936 to Theodore Skaug and Bella Shovitz Skaug, of Clemanton, NJ. She married Wilbur Raymond Demaree of Colorado Springs, Colorado, in 1957, and they raised three children in Los Angeles, CA, and in Boise, ID. Her three children were the center of her life.

Dorothy loved learning. She graduated from Boise State University with a degree in Business Administration. Her love of books helped in her work as a reference librarian for several years. She enjoyed the challenge of researching and finding answers to people’s questions. She also volunteered with the Idaho State History Museum and with Habitat for Humanity.

She is preceded in death by her former husband Wilbur Raymond Demaree II and her aunt Ruth Pleu. Survivors include her sons Bruce David Demaree, Tracy Earl Demaree, and Roger Dean Demaree (with wife Marsha Ann Demaree). Grandchildren include Aaron, Jimmy, Grant, Andrew, Anna, Marshall, Clark, and two great-grandchildren.

Funeral Services were in Boise, ID, April 13, 2 pm, and her ashes were scattered at one of her favorite points on the Oregon Trail.

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