Times News, 2017
March 4, 1940 – October 10, 2017
Eldo Turner Nield was born March 4, 1940 to parents Ortho Nield and Delia Turner Nield. One of four children, a brother and two sisters. Born in Afton, Wyoming, then the family moved to Montpelier, Idaho where he grew up. He lived most of his life in Buhl, Idaho.
He is survived by Sisters Mary Jensen of Providence Utah and Carolyn Spatig of Smithfield Utah, three children from his first marriage and five children from his second marriage, numerous grandchildren and great grandchildren.
He worked as a Dairymen/Farmer hired hand, then later in life he became a welder for Halverson Construction. Many times we drove by the Kaysville, Utah LDS grain mill and he would always say, “I welded on top of those grain silos”. Later in his life he served a LDS Service Mission at a Walnut Plantation in California. About five years before his death he was diagnosed with Prostate Cancer. He underwent two years of Radiation therapy in Utah and finished with a clean bill health. He found great joy in a team of draft horses and loved to show them off by pulling an old wagon in Parades.
A graveside service will be held Monday, October 16, 2017 at the 11 a.m. at the Buhl, Idaho Cemetery.