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Dayle LaRayne Hobbs Mundy


June 20, 2018

Dayle LaRayne Mundy of Moscow, Idaho died on Monday, June 4th at her home. She was 82. Dayle was born March 30, 1936 at home in Chinook, Montana to Alfred and Ida(Severson) Hobbs. She grew up and attended school and graduated from Chinook High School. She then attended Concordia College for a time. A young Great Northern machinist Robert A. Al Mundy was doing his apprenticeship in Chinook when he and Dayle met. They were married in Chinook on May 20, 1956. The couple owned and operated a service station in Chinook before moving to Whitefish, Montana and then to Wenatchee, Washington.

In 1968 the family moved to Moscow, where Dayle worked for Sears, Culligan, The University of Idaho and served as an executive assistant for the City of Moscow until retiring from the city in 1998.

In retirement she and Al enjoyed wintering in Arizona for several years. They were active members of St. John’s Lutheran Church in Genesee, Idaho and she also enjoyed providing the never ending supply of “grandma cookies”.

Her husband of more than 61 years, Al, preceded her in death last December. Dayle is survived by her son David (wife Irene and daughter Emily) of Moscow, ID, daughter Peggy(husband Jeff and daughters Jessie Roberge and Heidi Score) of Twin Lakes, ID. Great Grandchildren Maddox, Zachary and Brooklyn Score and Avery Roberge, and her fifth grandchild is on the way.

In addition to her husband, Dayle was preceded in death by her parents, a great grandson Hayden Jeffery Score, her sisters Ina Strain of Chinook, Lois Coyner of Toppensih, WA and Delores Maetche of Chinook.

A family graveside service was held at 10:30am on Monday, June 11th at St. John’s Lutheran Cemetery, in Genesee, Idaho with a funeral that followed at 11:00am at St. John’s Lutheran Church. A reception and luncheon was held at the Genesee Senior Citizen’s Center.

The family suggests memorials to be make to St. John’s Lutheran Church, 648 West Ash Street, Genesee, ID 83832.

Arrangements have been entrusted to Short’s Funeral Chapel and online condolences may be sent to



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