Reynolds Funeral Chapel

2466 Addison Ave East, Twin Falls, ID


Linda LaVaughn Bulcher

February 5, 1947August 13, 2019

Linda LaVaughn Bulcher, 72, of Twin Falls passed away at her home on Tuesday, August, 13, 2019. She was born in Twin Falls in 1947 and raised on the family farm East of the city on Falls Avenue. Linda attended Kimberly Schools and graduated from the University of Idaho with a degree in Elementary Education. Her first teaching assignment was in Boise at Garfield Elementary and then later, when she moved to Twin Falls, she taught 5th grade at Morningside Elementary where she received teacher of the year in 2001 in the TF district.

She was preceded in death by her parents Louis and LaVon Bulcher. Linda is survived by her four brothers: Bruce (Kathy) of Kimberly, Doug (Betsy) of Bradenton, Fl., Rod (Brenda) of Rio Verde, AZ, and Mark (MarJean) of Twin Falls and one sister, Rhonda (Darlene Boyce) of Boise. She has many nieces and nephews and great nieces and nephews who she loved dearly and who will miss her greatly. Their birthdays were always remembered and Linda loved taking them to the movies and showering them with gifts.

Linda had many friends whose companionship she greatly enjoyed and the memories created were treasures to her. Among her greatest pleasures were her four-legged kids, Josie and Murphy. Linda was creative, artistic and loved a good book with a good cup of coffee. Rest In Peace dear sister Linda, we will miss you.

A viewing will be held Thursday, August 22nd at Reynolds Funeral Chapel 2466 Addison Ave E. in Twin Falls from 6-8pm and the funeral mass Service will be held at St. Edwards Catholic Church in Twin Falls on Friday, August 23rd at 10am. Burial services will be held at the Sunset Memorial Park with a luncheon to follow at, St. Edwards Catholic Church.

In lieu of flowers, a donation can be made in Linda’s name to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital at stjude.org or at People for Pets - Magic Valley Humane Society, Inc. located at 420 Victory Avenue, Twin Falls, Idaho 83301.


  • Louis Bulcher, Father (deceased)
  • LaVon Bulcher, Mother (deceased)
  • Bruce (Kathy) Bulcher, Brother
  • Doug (Betsy) Bulcher, Brother
  • Rod (Brenda) Bulcher, Brother
  • Mark (MarJean) Bulcher, Brother
  • Rhonda (Darlene Boyce), Sister
  • Many nieces, nephews, great nieces and great nephews

  • Bruce Bulcher, Pallbearer
  • Rod Bulcher, Pallbearer
  • Matt Bulcher, Pallbearer
  • Daniel Bulcher, Pallbearer
  • Marc Bulcher, Pallbearer
  • Rhonda Bulcher, Pallbearer
  • Mark Ward, Honorary Pallbearer
  • Brian Jenkins, Honorary Pallbearer


  • Viewing Thursday, August 22, 2019
  • Funeral Mass Friday, August 23, 2019
  • Burial Service Friday, August 23, 2019


Linda LaVaughn Bulcher

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Kirsten Stewart

August 23, 2019

Linda was my child’s teacher. She loved her students and wanted the best for them. Jared respected her and worked hard in her class. She was a caring individual. We will pray for her family at a time of loss.


August 22, 2019

I'm very sorry for your loss of Linda. I last saw her 23 years ago at my 30th reunion. I will remember her as a KHSer that had dignity and had warmth to share.

Ralph & Dianna Fyke

August 21, 2019

Our prayers are for your family at this time of loss. I remember fond memories of growing up with Linda and her siblings. Your parents were the greatest and raised fine loving people.

Debra Thaemert

August 20, 2019

Cousin Linda, a beautiful soul...so many fond memories of our time in Idaho visiting our cousins. We had many "girl" talks, and a lot of laughs. Linda was always doing interesting things, she has left us to soon.
To her family, sending you lots of love and prayers, we will all miss her.

Debbie Thaemert

Lorri Hazen

August 19, 2019

It was a pleasure I treasure to have taught with Linda for five years and sharing a portable classroom with her. I looked forward every morning to a cheery hello and a chat about our students, families, and her beloved pets. My most treasured memory was when we updated they lyrics to "Santa Baby" and performed it for our students! We had a lot of fun teaching side by side. She will be missed!