Wanda Elayne Crandall
On March 17, 2018 Wanda passed away.
Wanda was born October 27th, 1943 to Emmett and Winona Nicolaysen Davis in Nampa, Idaho.
She graduated from Nampa High School Class of 1962.
She lived her whole life here except for 8 years when she moved to Tacoma, Washington with her husband Richard Foreman. There her son Richard (Rick) Jr. was born. Wanda worked for 7 years at Boeing in Renton, Washington.
In 1972 she moved back to Nampa. She and Richard divorced, and she married Dennis Crandall. From this union her sons Arthur and Tracey were born.
In 1984 she and Dennis divorced. In 1985 she rekindled a love with a childhood sweetheart Wayne Dodge. Although they never married, he was truly her soulmate. They loved to go hunting and camping, and she enjoyed their trips to Oregon. Whenever she could, she loved to play Pinochle at least 2 or 3 nights a week.
Wanda retired from JR Simplot in Caldwell in 2005 after 28 years there. Most of it she spent in the freezer driving hyster, except for the 2 ½ years she was a facilitator on shift 3.
Wanda is survived by her soulmate Wayne Dodge, her older brother Delroy (Del) Davis, a daughter-in-law Darlene (Mrs. Rick) Foreman of Nampa, 2 grandsons: Andrew Foreman and Parker Foreman, a son and daughter in law Arthur and Sharrong Crandall of Nampa, 7 grandsons: Jacob Crandall, Jeremiah Crandall, Jedidiah Crandall, Jarrek Crandall, Adam Crandall Almhdawi, Omar Crandall Almhdawi, and Malik Crandall Almhdawi, 2 granddaughters: Jazzmen Crandall, Jaristian Crandall and 2 great-grandsons: Alijiah Fuentes and Mateo Fuentes, and a son and daughter-in-law Tracey and Renea Crandall of Nampa, 3 grandsons: Jaden Crandall, Talan Crandall, Nick Ramirez, and 7 granddaughters: Tori Crandall, Makala Crandall, Sierra Crandall, Katie Hutchens, Kacy Buecker, Dava Rose Hutchens, Taylor Goodenough. Wanda is preceded in death by her father, mother, younger brother Gary Davis, and son Richard Foreman JR.
A graveside service will be held on Friday March 30th, 2018 at Noon (12pm) at Kohlerlawn cemetery in Nampa.