Idaho State Journal, 07/05/12
ANIAK, Alaska — Lesia June Loomis Gittins, 50, died peacefully in her sleep, in Aniak, Alaska, where she lived with her husband David Gittins. Lesia was born March 6, 1962, to Helen Leda Ipsen and Theodore Daniel Loomis.
She lived many places including Malad, Idaho, Cache Valley, Jackson Hole/Teton area and most recently Alaska.
Lesia made friends easily and enjoyed life everywhere she went. She enjoyed spending time with her children, grandchildren and family, she enjoyed crocheting knitting cross stitching and she loved to travel. Lesia is survived by her husband, Dave; her children, Krishel Smith, Malad, Idaho, Danny (Kimberly) Smith, Tremonton, Utah, and Travis Smith, Pocatello, Idaho; stepsons, Kimber Gittins, and Devin Gittins both of Logan, Utah; grandchildren, Drew Nieffenegger, Gage Nieffenegger, Kamrie Nieffenegger, Jocelyn Anderson and Rylee Hamson; siblings, Linda Jones, Andy (Dani) Anderson, Louie (Marian) Anderson, and Mary (Kim) Wakley.
Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m., Saturday, July 7, 2012, at the Nelson Funeral Home Chapel, 162 East 400 North, Logan, Utah. A viewing will be on Friday evening from 5 to 7 p.m. at the Malad 2nd Ward Chapel, 100 West 20 South in Malad, Idaho. Interment will be in the Smithfield Cemetery. Condolences and memories may shared with the family at www.nelsonfuneral