Juston Waltar Wolfe, 15, of Grand View, died Friday, Aug. 15, 2008, at his home.
A Celebration of Life and Love was held Tuesday, Aug. 19, at Glenns Ferry High School in Glenns Ferry. Arrangements were under the direction of Rost Funeral Home, McMurtrey Chapel in Mountain Home.
Juston was born on June 1, 1993, the son of William and Victoria Wolfe.
"Juston was a beloved son, brother, grandson and friend," his family said.
He attended Grand View Elementary, Camas County Elementary, Glenns Ferry Middle School and Glenns Ferry High School. He was a class treasurer of the Class of 2011, and participated in many sports and activities.
"Juston loved everything about the outdoors -- hunting, snowmobiling, motor cycle riding and sports," his family said. "He loved anything with horsepower, but his ultimate passion was football, with wrestling coming in a close second. Baseball and track filled his springtime.
"He had a love for life and he worked hard and played hard. Summers were filled with farming, and he was a skilled operator. He could drive anything."
His freshman awards included a Varsity Pilot award his first game, Wingman award for Boot Camp, Coaches Award for Baseball and Star Chapter FFA Greenhand Award. He was the district heavyweight champ, and he placed sixth in state, even with a broken rib.
He competed in BPA Regional's, placing first, and competed at state.
"He was an excellent student and ranked second in his class," his family noted. "Juston was most proud when his efforts resulted in a positive gain for his team."
Juston is survived by: his parents, Billy and Vickie Wolfe of Grand View; his sister, Christina Harger from Mill City, Nev., and sister Jerrica of Grand View; his grandmothers, Mid Connelly of Ridgefield, Wash., and Anne Wolfe of Grand View, and many aunts, uncles and cousins across the United States.
He was preceded in death by his grandfathers, J.W. Connelly of Ridgefield, Wash., and Hue Dean Wolfe of Grand View.
Memorial contributions may be made to the school in Juston's name for a memorial trophy and tournament. Memorials should be sent to: Glenns Ferry High School, 693 N. Bannock Ave., Glenns Ferry ID 83623.