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Freddie "Butch" Beguhl

March 26, 1954 — November 12, 2015

Jerome- God called your name so gently, that only you could hear. No one heard the silent footsteps of the angels drawing near. Softly from the shadows, there came a gentle call, you closed your eyes and went to sleep. You quietly left us all. Freddie Lee "Butch" Beguhl, 61, passed away November 12, 2015, in Jerome, after a lengthy struggle with cancer.

He was born March 26, 1954, in Caldwell, Idaho, the son of Alberta Eyre Beguhl and Fred Beguhl. Within two and a half years, he was joined by two sisters, Denise and Christy. His family moved to Nampa where Butch graduated from Nampa High School in 1973. His parents owned Bulldog Lanes in Nampa, where Butch learned to bowl and was the first bowler to achieve a 300 game. Over his lengthy bowling career, he bowled seven 300 games. In 1981, the family moved to Jerome where they owned and operated Jerome Bowl. Butch was married twice, but had no children. His favorite birthday dinner was liver and onions and lemon meringue pie. He collected swords, playing cards, shot glasses and ducks. He gave away many rubber ducks to neighborhood kids.

Butch is survived by his parents, Fred and Alberta; two sisters, Denise (Gary) Lewis and Christy Friesen; several nieces and nephews including his special niece, Amber Beguhl; and many extended family members and friends.

A memorial service will be held this Spring when the flowers come up and the baby ducks are hatched. Butch's family suggests that in lieu of flowers, memorials be made in his name to: Rising Stars Therapeutic Riding Center, 3068 E 3400 N , Twin Falls, ID 83301. We won't say "Goodbye," only "See ya later! Love You, our Son." Say hello to both sets of grandparents, your aunts and uncles and your nephew, Andrew McFadden, all who went before to Welcome You! Arrangements are under the care of Farnsworth Mortuary of Jerome.

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