Alvin Franklin Toledo, 58, of Nampa, died unexpectedly at home December 17th, 2020. Born April 13th, 1962 to Frank and Mabel Toledo in Ogden, Utah. Married October 1st, 1988 to his lovely wife of 32 years, Angela (Everton).
While he attended Weber High School in Ogden, Utah where he graduated in 1981, he grew a deep love of sports, whether it was football or anything competitive, and it wasn’t uncommon for him to throw a no hitter in baseball. He also enjoyed watching his three gorgeous daughters play a variety of sports and more recently his five wonderful grandchildren. Alvin in later years turned his natural competitiveness to golf, playing at courses all around the Treasure Valley. Then coached golf at Vallivue, Meridian, and Nampa High Schools.
Alvin was well known as a hard worker, starting at Stone Meats in Ogden as a young man. Then May 7th, 1984 started at Union Pacific Railroad. He continued to work there up until his sudden death. In his 36 years with UPRR, where he was affectionally known as “Big Al”, he made many friends across the country that became like his brothers. When Alvin wasn’t working, he spent all his extra time with family camping, BBQing and going on walks with his beautiful wife. Alvin achieved his “Papa” status and was exceptional at his post. No matter what activity the grandchildren were doing “Papa” was always close by with a few pointers and witty humor.
Alvin is survived by his wife of 32 years Angela Toledo; his three daughters, Brianna (Keith) Shain, Katelin (Brent) Mai, and Kendra (Mike) Koch; his five grandchildren Trenton, Ashtyn, Paiten (Papa’s Princess) Shain, Brody Koch, and Wiley Mai; his mother Mabel Toledo; his mother in law Regina Everton; sister Amy Toledo; brothers Adam and Allen Toledo; and numerous cousins, nephews and nieces. He was preceded in death by his father Frank Toledo and his father in law Max Everton.
Services will be held at Centennial Baptist School Gymnasium at 3610 E Ustick Rd in Caldwell, Idaho. Viewing will start at 9:30 a.m. and funeral service starts at 10 a.m. on December 30th. The family asks in lieu of flowers, for donations to be made in his name to Ridgecrest’s Junior Golf Program.
Live streaming of the service can be found on the "Centennial The Serve Church" facebook page.
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