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Nola Ann Long

Born: Mon., Nov. 20, 1950
Died: Sun., Sep. 1, 2019


Graveside Service

2:00 PM Tue., Sep. 10, 2019
Location: Inkom Cemetery


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Nola Ann Long, 69, of Pocatello, died Sunday, September 1, 2019 after a long battle with Cancer. She was born on Nov 20, 1950 In Pocatello, Idaho to parents, Edna A. Davis and Linn M. Davis.

Nola attended school in Pocatello and graduated from Pocatello High School in 1968 and attended courses at BYU.   

She married Cecil LeRoy Long in 1972. Nola and Cecil moved to Inkom, Idaho on Green Canyon Road where they spent many happy years.

Nola had a green thumb and her gardens were spectacular, always full of flowers, butterflies and hummingbirds. Nola loved watching the hummingbirds feed at their feeders.  She loved to work in her gardens; the gardens were her canvas and the flowers her paintbrush. Nola was a talented crafter and painter, when she wasn’t working, she would enjoy creating beautiful art. She was a very active in the LDS church. She loved teaching the youth and helping others.

To Nola, family was everything; she loved her children and grandchildren. 

Nola is preceded in death by her loving husband, Cecil L Long; her mother, Edna A. Davis; father, Linn M. Davis; and her brother, Othello J. Davis.

Nola is survived by brother, Arnold Lee Davis of Inkom, Idaho; sister, Jean Wendt  of Orem, UT; daughters, Cherrie & Ron Frey of Pocatello, Idaho and Lisa & Kevin Smith of Powell, Wyoming; her grandchildren, Nicole Frey, Samantha Frey, Aubrey Blake, Dutch Brangham and Teagan Smith; and many great-grandchildren.

There will be a graveside service on Tuesday, September 10, 2019 at 2 pm at the Inkom Cemetery, Inkom, Idaho.

Kisses on both cheeks, mom!

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Karen and Steve Myler
   Posted Fri September 06, 2019
Oh, how we love Nola. She is one of God's special angels. Her beautiful smile and loving, compassionate heart will continue to bless us. Nola had a way of helping us, our children and everyone she interacted with feel cherished and loved.

Thank you, Nola, for blessing our lives.

Teresa Moore
   Posted Mon September 09, 2019
So very sorry for your loss. Nola is such a sweet lady. She always made people smile. She was always thinking of others. She had the patience of Job. I have missed seeing her at church and having her for a Visiting Teacher since she moved from Inkom. May you always remember her sweet smile and think of her loving mannerisms each time you see the sun or pass by a beautiful flower.
Sincere Condolences,
Teresa Moore

Norman & Julie Rademacher
   Posted Wed October 16, 2019
We had just found out of Nola's passing what a shock it was to us. She was such a beautiful person and her smile and laugh was contagious. Nola is a kind and loving person, We will miss seeing her from time to time.

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