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A. W. "Bill" Molyneux

March 10, 1929 — October 1, 2023


A.W. (Bill) Molyneux passed away peacefully on October 1, 2023, at home with angels holding his 

Bill was born March 10, 1929 at home in Declo, Idaho to Nina Pulsipher Molyneux and Clyde 
Molyneux. He was the middle child with two older sisters and two younger brothers. He grew 
up in the Magic Valley agricultural community. Upon graduating high school he met and married 
his lifelong sweetheart, Maxine Rose. 

In venture with his father and uncle, Bill and Maxine and their young family moved to Blaine 
County to farm in 1952. They raised their family of one daughter, four sons and a grandson in 
the home they lived in for 71 years Throughout the years they farmed and managed many farms 
in southern Blaine County. Bill was active on many committees within the community, including 
Farm Services Agency, Soil Conservation District, Blaine County Fair and Farm Bureau. In 2002 Bill 
and Maxine were inducted into the Eastern Idaho Agricultural Hall of Fame. In addition to his 
accomplishments in agriculture, Bill was proud of his collection of tractors, guns, coins and cars.

 Bill is preceded in death by his parents, sisters Nina Mae Kuehn and Lois Roberts, brother Marvin 
Molyneux, son William Lee Molyneux, grandson Cody lee Molyneux.   He is survived by his wife of 76 years Maxine Molyneux; brother Earl Molyneux (Kimberly); daughter Nina (Wayne) Orvik, Bellevue, sons Clyde (Theresa) Molyneux, Carey, John (Kristy) Molyneux, Bellevue, C.E. Chip (Kathy) Molyneux, Carey and grandson Justin (Esterlee) Molyneux, Logan, Utah; 13 grandchildren, 30 great grandchildren and one great-great grandson. 

The family extends a special sincere thank you to Bill's caregivers, Vee Peterson, Gaylyn Burke,  Melissa Owens, and Hospice and Palliative Care of Wood River Valley. 

En lieu of flowers please consider making a donation to the CSI Foundation. Please make your check payable to the CSI Foundation and reference: Diesel Tech Program Fund, in memory of A.W. Bill Molyneux in the memo line. Checks can be mailed to : The CSI Foundation P.O. Box 1238 Twin Falls, Idaho 83303-1238 or Chip Molyneux 80 Laidlaw Park Road, Carey, Idaho 83320. To donate online visit, select CSI Diesel Tech Program Fund, and reference in memory of A.W. Bill Molyneux in the comments. Bill loved to work on John Deere tractors. Funds will help with the Stotz Equipment sponsorships.

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Service Schedule

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Celebration of Life

Saturday, October 14, 2023

12:30 - 2:30 pm (Mountain time)

There will be a short program followed by a lunch served by the Carey LDS Relief Society.
The family will have a private burial in the Kilpatrick Cemetery

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