Lindsay Anne Rice (Beta) 1986-2017

On June 3, 2017 we lost our amazing daughter Lindsay in a rafting accident near Riggins, ID. In the end, our little “river rat” was doing what she loved. Lindsay had a lust for life and enjoyed traveling, photography, camping, rafting and sharing great times with her friends and family. One of her friends stated it the best- she was a bright bubbly optimistic light in an Eeyore world. What better compliment. Lindsay has been a great student of education. She attended Meridian schools until relocating with her family to Great Falls, MT. She graduated from Great Falls High in 2004 and continued her education at Montana State University. She graduated from MSU with honors and received a BS degree in animal science in 2008. Her love of smaller animals led her to College of Southern Idaho in Twin Falls, ID. She graduated in 2010 with an Associate’s Degree as a Veterinary Technician.  Lindsay worked for two years at Big Sky Animal Medical Center in Great Falls, MT before accepting a position for Pacific Steel and Recycling in Lewiston, ID. In 2016 she accepted a position with Pacific back in Great Falls where she lived until her passing. Lindsay is survived by her parents, Paula and Russell Rice and her brother, Andrew. All of her family and friends from all over the United States will miss her contagious smile and loving heart. We all mourn her leaving, but are just so grateful to have had her in our lives and forever in our hearts. Cremation is under the direction of Accent Funeral Home in Meridian, ID. We will have a Celebration of Life, at a later date, to honor her memory. Lindsay was a proud sponsor of Locks of Love- 234 Southern Blvd., West Palm Beach, FL 33405. Donations in her name to this or other charities of your choosing would be greatly appreciated. Remembrances may be left for the family at www.AccentFuneral.com. Published in Idaho Statesman on June 11, 2017

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