Darci Woodruff, 31

Wednesday, May 16, 2007
Darci Woodruff

Darci Dee Woodruff, 31, of Mountain Home, died on Tuesday, May 8, 2007, in an automobile accident, along with her brother, daughter and son, near Mountain Home.

Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. on Wednesday, May 16, at the Mountain Home Idaho Stake Center, Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, with burial to follow at Mountain View Cemetery in Mountain Home. Arrangements are under the direction of Rost Funeral Home, McMurtrey Chapel in Mountain Home.

Darci was born Feb. 3, 1976, in Vicenzia, Italy, to George and JaQuita Rodrigues.

She graduated from Mountain Home High School in 1994. She graduated from the College of Southern Idaho's nurse practitioner program in 2000. As an LPN she worked at Mountain View Care Center and doctor's office in Twin Falls. She was currently employed at Elmore Medical Hospital in Mountain Home.

Darci loved her husband, four children and family above all else, even her cats, her family said. In her "spare" time she found homeless cats to nurture, put together puzzles, played Catan and watched football -- all with coffee. "We will all miss 'Darci's World' in our life," her family said.

Darci is survived by: her husband, Dion Scott Woodruff; her daughter, Thea LeFevre; her son, A.J. Woodruff, all of Mountain Home; her father, George Rodrigues, Sr., of Mountain Home; her in-laws, Gary and Kathy Woodruff and Ken and Sheryl Carpenter; her sister, Margrite Lancaster of Tooele, Utah; her brother, George Rodrigues, Jr., of Mountain Home; her brother, David Rodrigues of Mountain Home; her sister, Danielle Sherman of Meridian; her sister, Candi McBroom of Fort Hood, Texas; her sister, Heidi Smith of Mountain Home; her sister, Amber Schweikert of Mountain Home; her brother, Anthony Rodrigues of Mountain Home; her grandparents, Billy Joe and Viva Mae Wright of California, and her grandmother ,Mary Rodrigues of California and many aunts, uncles, nieces, and nephews.

She was preceded in death by her mother, JaQuita Rodrigues, and her grandfather, Joseph Rodrigues.

In lieu of flowers a Memorial Fund has been set up at Idaho Independent Bank -- Rodrigues/Woodruff Memorial Fund, 310 American Legion Blvd, Mountain Home, ID 83647.