Audra S. Koplin

  • Born: May 16, 1930
  • Died: November 2, 2017
  • Location: Rigby, Idaho

Tribute & Message From The Family

Audra was born on May 16, 1930 and passed away on Thursday, November 2, 2017.

Audra was a resident of Rigby, Idaho at the time of passing.

She attended elementary school in Lewisville, Idaho and graduated from Midway High School.

A funeral service will be held Wednesday, November 8, 2017 at 11:00 AM in the LaBelle 3 rd Ward LDS Chapel (364 North 4100 East, Rigby, ID). Interment will be in the Grant Central Cemetery.


Condolence & Memory Journal

Dear family of Audra S Koplin,

I am so sorry to learn of your dear mother's passing. She was one of my favorite teachers and I just loved being in her class learning shorthand. She was a wonderful teacher. May the memories bring you peace and comfort.
Robin Rhodehouse Jergins

Posted by Robin Jergins - Idaho Falls, ID   November 09, 2017

Kathy,
I'm so sorry for the loss of your dear mother. I loved her as my shorthand teacher and she made me a better secretary for it. She always had a loving way about her. She is a wonderful woman and has affected alot of lives. She taught with love. May the Lord bless you and your family with comfort at this time.

Posted by Diane Walker - Rigby,, ID   November 08, 2017

Dear Uncle Dick and Family,
I am sorry to hear of Aunt Audra's passing. I loved her dearly, she was one of my favorite people. I know she is in good hands. May peace be with you all.

Love,
Jo Nell

Posted by Jo Sinclair - Portland, OR   November 06, 2017

I'm saddened to hear that Audra has left mortality, and is out of our view. Our loved ones move on to their reward and leave us here in mortality. Missing them can be heart breaking.
Audra was one of my teachers, and I credit her for giving me the confidence and knowledge to tackle shorthand so well. I used it, and other clerical skills, to provide a living for my family. Thanks to her being an awesome teacher I can still read, write, and transcribe it. Here its been 50 years ago, and it was Christmas 2015 that I typed the life history of a man's deceased wife that she had written in shorthand.
He was ever so grateful, along with his children.
I will always remember her sweet smile and firm but kind way she interacted with us students.
I want you to know, that I know first hand, that she is in the most beautiful, peaceful and loving realm, surrounded by all who love and care about her. God bless you and yours.

RHS Class of 1966

Posted by Vicki Marie Young Argyle - Layton, UT   November 05, 2017

Uncle Dick; My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. God bless.

Posted by Brett Sauer - West Jordan, UT   November 05, 2017

I'm so sorry about the passing of your Mom. She was my shorthand teacher in high school as well as my Mom's first cousin. She was such a genuine and sweet lady. Her example and service made the world a better place. She will be missed. To honor her I am having a tree planted in her name in a National Forest. I wish I could be there in person. Sending love and prayers to all of you.

Posted by Bonnie Cromwell Berry - Fairview, MT   November 04, 2017

Dear Koplin family - so sorry to hear of your loss. Audra was such a sweet and loving lady. She and my Mom, Kathryn Cromwell are cousins and I remember what a beautiful girl she was! Love and prayers for all. May your precious memories bring you peace.

Posted by Jolene and Larry Jacobs - Idaho Falls, ID   November 04, 2017

Dear Bro.Koplin,
Kirk and I love you and your dear wife Audra so very much. I so loved coming to visit long after I was no longer her VT. It was a blessing to get to know you both. I wish I could bring over some chocolate cake with chocolate icing, for the good times. We sorrow with you and your family. May God bless you always Bro Koplin.
Love,

Posted by Kirk and JoAnne Davis - Euless, Fort Worth mission, TX   November 03, 2017

Mrs. Koplin was my shorthand teacher. She was a great teacher and truly saw the best in her students.
Sorry for your loss Koplin family.
Cheryl Downey Tennant
RHS Class of 74

Posted by A friend   November 03, 2017

Dear Koplin Family,
So sorry for the loss of Audra. I was one of her students. My family and yours were also friends, as at one time your family lived across the street from my family on Dove Ave.
May you find comfort in the knowledge you have.
Sincerely
Pam Nalder Downard

Posted by A friend   November 03, 2017