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Shannon Ray Niederworder

Shannon Ray Niederworder

October 28, 1973 – December 21, 2021

Shannon Niederworder, 48, of Boise, died Tuesday, December 21, 2021.

He was born on October 28, 1973 in Rapid City, SD to Leslie Ray Niederworder, Jr. and Rebecca Ann (Beebe) Niederworder.

Through his years, Shannon resided in Tucson/Phoenix, Arizona, Charleston/Summerville, South Carolina, and the Meridian/Boise, Idaho area.

He became a Certified Minister through Global University and was attending Western Governors University to receive a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Management in 2022.

Shannon married Sharon on August 6, 1994 in Meridian, Idaho.

He had worked at Scentsy, Inc. for 12 years.

Some of Shannon’s hobbies include knife sharpening, working with wood carving and building furniture, fishing and hunting, and played on a Bocce League with wife and friends/family. He had a love for studying the Bible and was currently a member at Vineyard Church in Garden City. He also enjoyed grilling and creating spice mixes and sauces.

Shannon is survived by his Wife:  Sharon Niederworder of Boise, ID. Son:  Cody Niederworder of Nampa, ID  Daughter:  Shianne (Niederworder) Jones and Son-n-love:  Jacob Jones of Morrison, Colorado.  Parents:  Ray and Becki Niederworder of Hot Springs, SD.  Sister:  Shiela and Josh Hiedeman of Meridian, ID. Sister:  Tiffany Smith of Phoenix, AZ.  Nieces: Kylie Clark of Nampa, ID; Elianna, Adelynn and Phoenix Larson of Phoenix, AZ. Nephews:  Cameron Clark of Nampa, ID:  Jarrett Buckles of Nampa, ID; Elijah, Zane and Ryker Hiedeman of Boise, ID;  Israel Millon of Phoenix, AZ

He was preceded in death by Grandmother, Dorothy Beebe.  Grandfathers, Donald Beebe and Leslie Niederworder.

Funeral services will be held at 1:00 p.m., Monday, December 27, 2021 at Vineyard Boise. A viewing will be held at the church from 11:30 a.m., until the service. Burial will follow at Dry Creek Cemetery.

All who knew Shannon would say that he was the type of person that you could sit next to and have a great conversation, which would make you walk away feeling good. He had a gift for listening and was able to respond in a way that was both gentle and firm. Shannon had a wit about him that brought laughter into the room. His laugh was deep and jolly which caused everyone around him to laugh as well. He was a strong man with a loving and kind soul.

He loved the Lord with all of his heart and soul. Shannon led his family in understanding God’s word through church, bible study and good conversation. Aside from his relationship with Christ, his family was the most important thing in his life. He loved them with everything he had. Shannon still opened the door for his wife, romanced her and held her hand every day. As a father, he scheduled time to make sure he maintained a relationship with his adult children with regular communication, meeting for meals and fun activities. Shannon was an example of what loving in action means.

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