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Kristine K. Hondo

Kristine K. Hondo

Jul. 1, 1946 - Jan. 22, 2024

Date of Service: Jan. 30, 2024

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BURLEY – Kristine King Hondo, age 77, of Burley, passed away Monday, Jan. 22, 2024, at Highland Estates, in Burley.

She was born on July 1, 1946, in Wendell, Idaho. She graduated from Minico High School and went on to attend Idaho State University earning a degree in Home Economics.

Kris married Dan Hondo, her high school sweetheart. Their first son, Dewayne, was born in 1969, and then Brooks was born in 1972.

Later on she was blessed with two grandchildren, Aralyn and Sicily; they brought her great joy.

She enjoyed gardening, spending time with family, skiing, traveling and Razor riding.

Kris was preceded in death by her parents, Kenneth and Marjorie Minert King; her two brothers, Wayne and Paul; and a younger sister, Mary Jane.

The funeral will be held at 11 a.m. Tuesday, January 30, at Burley United Methodist Church, located at 450 E. 27th St., in Burley, with Pastor Kenneth Haftorson officiating. Burial will follow at Pleasant View Cemetery, in Burley.

Family and friends will be received from 5 until 7 p.m. Monday, January 29, at Rasmussen-Wilson Funeral Home, located at 1350 E. 16th St., in Burley, and from 10 until 10:45 a.m. Tuesday, prior to the service at the church.

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From Craig Abo:
So sorry for your loss. Rest in peace Kris, thank you for being such a good friend to my Mom.
From Laura Easton Cyr:
I loved Kristine. She was my first 4-H leader. I am glad she is with Jesus.
From Gary and Glena Turner:
So sorry to hear this. We spent many happy hours traveling together to different States and doing politicing with our senators and representatives concerning Farm Issues. I will miss her. Danny and family you are certainly in our thoughts and prayers.
From Joyce Bjorklund (Hata):
I am so very sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you.
From Diane Griswold:
Dan, DeWayne & Brook, So sorry for your loss, prayers to each of you and was always fun to see Kris.
From Patty Stiles:
My sister and I attended many class reunions with Danny and Kris, Class of 64, always fun to catch up. I enjoyed seeing Kris at Skaggs Furniture, she was always so friendly and a great salesperson. So Sorry Danny and family.
From Dwayne and Pam Free:
So sorry for your loss Danny and family. Kris was such a lovely and kind person, she will be missed. Sending prayers for the family.
From Cathy (Lawson) Ingalls:
Dan and family, you are in my thoughts & prayers at the loss of Kris.
From Richard and Deon Fassett:
So sorry we won’t be there for Kris’ service, but we have wonderful memories of the side x side trips we had with her. She was a lot of fun. Dan, DeWayne and Brooks, you will be in our thoughts and prayers.
From Lucile King:
Kristine Kay was a special sister. She worked hard, had fun, and took care of the people she loved. Kris had an effervescent personality, and knew how to stir people up. She was our dad’s favorite kid for good reason. Peace be with you, Kris.
From Charlene Bartlome:
Kris was a wonderful lady. My thoughts and prayers are with her family.
From Neal and Kay Hansen:
So sorry for your loss. All of your family is in our thoughts and prayers.
From Tia Mullins:
I am so sorry for your loss. I remember Kris from the time I was a little girl playing with Lucile. She was always so beautiful and someone I looked up to. Your family will be in my prayers.
Walt and Tia Collett Mullins
From Lindy Edwards (Van Marter):
Kristine and I were first cousins; our mothers were sisters. My family lived in Tacoma, WA and Dad would drive us to Wendell, Idaho most summers. Kristine was 2 years older than I was and I always thought she was so pretty. She was a beautiful seamstress. And she could sure "hold her own" with all those brothers! I'm glad I have so many wonderful memories of being with her on the farm, and the great summer she went with my family to Disneyland. She was 16 and already knew she was going to marry Danny Hondo!
From Carolyn Van Marter Hinkle:
Fly in joy, my dear cousin Kristine. I have so many happy memories of family vacations in Idaho. I will always remember when you went with us on our family vacation to Disneyland when you were 17 and I was 12. Danny, DeWayne and Brooks, you are in my heart and prayers.
From Blythe Miller:
Aunt Kris, you will always be loved and cherished. You were involved in the community, church, 4H, farming, politics, family reunions and sister adventures. I could go on and on but nothing compared to the love you have for your sons and granddaughters. You were filled with so much appreciation for family. Kris, you set a wonderful example of a life well lived. We will always hold onto the memories you created for each of us. Miss you.
From Judy Francisco Brown:
When we were young we went to school and MYF Church together. She was always so kind. She will be missed. Condolences to the family.
From Mike and Janet Ellenberger:
Kris was always such a kind and friendly lady...Danny you and your family are in our thoughts and prayers.
From Michael Todd Zarybnisky:
Sorry for your loss Brookes / Dan.
From Mary Zarybnisky:
Kris was a friendly person, and she so involved with many activities. Your family is in my thoughts and prayers.
From Pam Abo Lehrman:
Sorry to hear this. Prayers for your family.
From Jerry and Jolene Hines:
Kris was such a nice person. Jolene and I enjoyed spending time with her and the boys in 4H. Our sincere sympathy to Dan and extended family.
From Nina Lemon:
So sorry for your loss. Mom loved her so much.
From Tami & Matt Clark:
So sad to hear of Kristine passing. Your whole family will be in our prayers.
From Sandra Stevens :
I’ve known Kristine since we were both young teenagers. Such a wonderful person. She always took time to say “hello” and a few words of friendly chitchat. RIP
From Roger Graham:
So sorry for your loss. Roger Graham and family
From Mary Neal:
Sorry for your loss
From Jan Vandersypen:
So sorry for your loss. Prayers to the family.

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