Died: Saturday Jan-06-2018
Funeral: Friday Jan-12-2018
Morrison Payne Funeral Home
321 E Main St
Burley, ID 83318
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OAKLEY - Peter Sidley Nelson III 63 of Oakley, passed away at Cassia Memorial Hospital on January 6, 2018 after a valiant battle with cancer. Funeral services will be held at 11:00 a.m. Friday, January 12, 2018 at the Oakley Stake Center, in Oakley, Idaho with Bishop Ryan Cranney, officiating. Burial will follow in the Basin Cemetery. A viewing will be held at the Oakley Stake Center on Thursday evening from 6:00 until 8:00 pm and from 10:00 until 10:45 am at the Church on Friday prior to the funeral. Arrangements are under the direction of Morrison Payne Funeral Home.
Condolences for Sid Nelson
From: Nelson family
We know heaven is s better place now that you have arrived. You will be missed, we love you very much. Until we see one another again.
From: Robert Roundy
I hated your practices but it always paid off during the game or wrestling match. You always had us prepared. Thank you for everything.
From: Maricela Rocha-Gutierrez
My biggest condolence to this amazing man he was and will continue being there has been a new angel added to protect and still guide in the right direction because he never had a doubt how special each n every person is. We will greatly love and miss u Sid a man to never forget.
From: James Dayley
Just a great guy!
From: Cousin Tonya K.
Hey, Sid, I'm thinking about all the laughter and joy of all those family and friends that are getting to see you and hug you now and the great reunion you 're having with them; like your mom and my mom, cleo and jack, Lane, and all the others who knew and loved you. we'll miss your jokes and teasing and especially that great smile of yours but it won't be long till we meet again. Our deepest caring and sympathy for cindy and your great family. see you later ,cuz.
From: Leslee Warr
Sid really was one of the good guys in town. Always a fabulous neighbor when they lived By us. Prayers are With all if you at this time.
From: Paul Matthews
Cindy and family, Words fail me at this time. Sid has always been "bigger than Life" and a huge influence for good for so many people in the Oakley valley and beyond. i will always look up to him because of his kindness, positive outlook on life, amazing sense of humor, and his willingness to help others. He has left an amazing legacy and touched so many lives- especially while working with so many of the youth in the community. i know that this legacy will go on for generations. i am so thankful to know that families are eternal and that you will once again be together.
Cindy, i have always felt such a special bond, friendship and admiration for you. Please accept my sincere regret that I will not be able to be there for sid's service. my love and prayers are with you and your family at this time
From: Nina Jenks Osterhout
I am so saddened to hear that Sid has gone to the next life. It is better for him, considering his circumstances, but so sad for those he leaves behind. You will be in my prayers and i know the lord will bless you with peace and comfort.
From: Gary and Lorraine Armsstrong
Sid and Cindy, there are so many thoughts going through my head. Sid and I have gone way back at least since first grade. I have so many fun memories. Cindy, when you moved to Oakley, my home town I love, we became instant friends.
We have enjoyed all the times we have spent with you guys and and smetimes our kids. I'm so thankful you came and stayed during the state games last year. We are certainly going to miss Sid, Cindy. When it' s time for a break you know where we live or I am always just a phone call away. Gary said he always enjoyed visiting with Sid talking about sports and politics. He enjoyed his laughter. We are sure going to miss him.
From: Ellen Clark
Dear Cindy. I am so sorry to hear of your loss. I have such fond memories of growing up in the same neighborhood and ward as the Sagers family. My deepest condolences.
Name: Tanya Nix
Cindy, I am so sorry to hear of Sid’s passing! I always remember him of being such a happy guy and always laughing. Keeping you in thought and prayer as you go through the days ahead.
From: Kelby Flowers
There will always be a place in my heart for Sid. At one time we were going to be brothers, for some reason we went our separate ways but I always thought of the family. I had just heard he was a coach in Oakley should have known, was planning to go to Oakley this summer to find him. My heart is missing a piece. May he rest in peace I always thought a lot of him.
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