Local

January 21, 2007 12:00 AM

In Remembrance: Eagle woman lived to be 100

Long life came easy to Viola Mohr. She ate home-grown vegetables and fruit and exercised daily. Her lifestyle is the reason she lived to be 100 years old, according to family. And they're quick to add that she was the nicest, sweetest lady anyone could ever meet. But just because Mohr never gossiped or overstated her opinion, doesn't mean hard times didn't fall on her. She lived through the Depression and war, experienced divorce and was later widowed after her second husband, Rudolph Mohr, died. At a recent service, family and friends remembered Mohr, who died Jan. 10.

Related content

Comments

Videos

More Videos

Playing at Borah Pool splashpad in Boise 00:32

Playing at Borah Pool splashpad in Boise

May 17 Boise Bench fire 01:12

May 17 Boise Bench fire

Forty-eight Idaho residents become U.S. citizens 00:52

Forty-eight Idaho residents become U.S. citizens

The View From Terra Nativa 00:24

The View From Terra Nativa

How Many Zookeepers Does It Take To Lift An Aldabra Tortoise? 00:42

How Many Zookeepers Does It Take To Lift An Aldabra Tortoise?

Boise Airport trains for disaster with mock airplane crash 01:15

Boise Airport trains for disaster with mock airplane crash

Angie Smith photographs Boise's refugees 01:39

Angie Smith photographs Boise's refugees

Boise homeless leave Cooper Court tent city 03:45

Boise homeless leave Cooper Court tent city

Naghmeh Abedini gives her thoughts after meeting Obama 00:34

Naghmeh Abedini gives her thoughts after meeting Obama

Share Video

Editor's Choice Videos