Charyl Ann Loman, 63, of Nampa, Idaho, and formerly of Cabool, Missouri, passed away August 13, 2008 at her home in Nampa, Idaho.
She was born on September 19, 1944 in Nampa during World War II to Beulah Maurer. Her father, Daryl Maurer, was a crew member of a B17 flying fortress in the European theater and did not meet his new daughter until his return from the war.
Charyl grew up in Nampa and one of her fondest memories was making a tent in her grandmother’s living room with her cousins and listening to the radio programs. She attended Nampa High School and this was where she met her first husband, Manuel Navarro. From this marriage was born her first son, Joe Navarro.
After several years this marriage ended and eventually she met her last husband, Oliver Loman. They lived in Nampa on Cherry Lane and during this time she worked at Hehr International. In 1974 she had her second son, Ross Loman.
In 1977 the couple decided to move to Cabool, Missouri, where during this time they operated an apartment building and a restaurant known as Charyl’s Country Kitchen. Eventually they dropped out of the restaurant business and Charyl worked for many years at the Murr Drug and Dime Store.
After Oliver passed away in 1996, she moved back to Nampa where she spent the remainder of her days with her grandchildren and her mother, Beulah.
Charyl was preceded in death by her parents.
She is survived by her sons, Joe Navarro and wife Rae Anne and Ross Loman; stepson Russell Loman; stepdaughter Brenda Loman; family members and friends Amanda Loman and Suzette Armas; her grandchildren, Joe D. Jr., Nicholas, Thomas and Steven Navarro, Robert Hinkle, Mackenzie and Ryker Loman, and Christina Kampe; and a great grandson, Alex Navarro.
Services were held in Nampa, Idaho, on August 16, 2008 at Alsip & Persons Funeral Chapel. Local services were held at 10:00 a.m. Tuesday, August 19, 2008, at Elliott-Gentry-Carder Funeral Home, Cabool, with the Rev. Wesley Wallace officiating. Pallbearers were Joe Navarro, Ross Loman, Russell Loman, Nicholas Navarro, Thomas Navarro, Steven Navarro, Robert Hinkle, Mackenzie Loman, Ryker Loman and Christina Kampe. Interment was in Jarrett Cemetery beside her husband, Oliver, under the direction of Elliott-Gentry-Carder Funeral Home.