Published online: Feb 03, 2011
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Apache River, LLC dba Double L, in American Falls, Idaho, honors one of its Upper Valley salesman, Lynn Henry Radford, who died while snowmobiling in Teton County, Idaho, on Jan. 21.

Lynn was born June 17, 1949, at Rigby, Idaho. He was the son of Etsel Henry Radford and Cleo Lavon Gallup Radford. He attended Ririe grade school and graduated from Rigby High School in 1967, and then attended Ricks College.

He married Cindy Sue Hackworth "Curey" on June 2, 1971, in the Idaho Falls LDS Temple. He was an active member of the LDS Church and served a mission in the Southwest Indian Mission, Navajo Speaking.

He enjoyed basketball, baseball and water sports. He was an avid fly fisherman and enjoyed snowmobiling, and four-wheeling and camping in the summer with his wife, family and friends. He loved his 12 grandchildren and was a good friend to everyone. He was always proud of his sons for their accomplishments. His family meant everything to him.

He is survived by his wife, Cindy Radford, of Ririe; three sons, Curtis (Jodi) Radford of Smithfield, Utah; Casey (Jenni) Radford of Smithfield, Utah; and Craig (Jill) Radford of Herriman, Utah; two brothers, Max (Treasa) Radford of Rigby; and Kevin (Kathy) Radford of Rigby and 12 grandchildren. He was preceded in death by a son, Cory, one sister, Colleen, one brother, Gene, and his parents.