He was always an avid hunter and fisherman while working as a carpenter and also a truck driver but always dreamed of moving west.In 1989 he packed up and moved to Montana to live and work for outfitters in the wilderness, where he became well known for his guiding skills.Read more about the performance evaluation process.Go to edu for helpful resources on creating your requisition and managing your candidates.Joan never forgot to mail the perfectly selected card in recognition of birthdays.She shared her best wishes for many a new graduate, new baby or newlywed near and far.She was an avid pet lover, animal rescuer and did volunteer work at local pet shelters.
Joan was preceded in death by her parents and husband.
She retired from CVH as the assistant administrator in September 1997.
Joan received an award from the State of Idaho for her 36 years of service; she was extremely proud of this recognition. She shared her love with people by feeding beloved family members, cherished friends, and countless baseball/softball team members and twirlers.
She is survived by mother, Susan Graham Bittleston; father, Cyrus Ray Bittleston; stepfather, Gregory Wilson Snow; brother, Kermit Charles Graham; grandmother, Glenndine Graham; and grandfather, Oliver Bittleston. After retiring from the USFS, he pursued his hobbies of woodworking, prospecting for gold and fishing, particularly for steelhead.
His family moved to Caldwell where he went to school and graduated in 1959. He also joined and served in the Idaho National Guard from 1964 until 1970. His favorite pastime was spending time with his family and most especially his two grandchildren, nieces and nephews.