March 17, 1952 ~ December 11, 2016
December 14, 2016
James Kevin McNally, born March 17, 1952, passed
away peacefully at his home in Bonners Ferry on
December 10, 2016. A small service to bury
Kevin's ashes will be held at Grandview Cemetery
11 a.m. Saturday, July 1. A get together at the
Bonners Ferry Eagles Aerie will be held
Kevin was born in Moscow, Idaho to Harold and PJ
(Patricia) McNally. They moved to Spokane for a
short time before taking up permanent residence
in Bonners Ferry. Kevin attended school for all
12 years in Bonners Ferry, and four years at the
University of Idaho.
Kevin was preceded in death by both parents. He
is survived by his son, Ryan, Coeur d'Alene, and
daughter Tenley (Andrew) Rebon, Hagerman, Idaho,
grandchildren Isabella and Bear, stepson,
Christopher (Michelle) Reiber and grandkids
Sydney and Austin, Nanaimo, B.C., brothers Steve
(Patti) McNally, Port Gamble, Washington, and
Keith (Lillian) McNally, Spokane, sisters Kathy
(John) Curtis, Spokane, Margaret (Robert)
Routsalainen, Cheney, Washington, and Patti
(Rich) Ochsner, Missoula, Montana, and numerous
nephews and nieces of whom he was very proud and
cousins who he enjoyed spending time with.
Kevin was very proud of his children and loved
them and his grandchildren.
Kevin married Becky Tupper in 1976. They had a
daughter, Tenley. After their separation, Kevin
married Cathy Lowman and they had a son, Ryan.
After a few years of the single life, Kevin
married his current wife, Vicki (Snodgrass)
Reiber in 2004. They resided on the McNally
Ranch for those 14 years.
Kevin was employed by the State of Idaho as a
senior log scaler for most of his working life.
He enjoyed spending time at home, with all his
friends and family. He liked to take drives
around the county, grouse hunting or just
sightseeing. Kevin was known as a very
thoughtful, caring person. He took excellent
care of his mother and unt Sal in later years,
and was caregiver to his wife, Vicki for the
last two years of marriage.
Kevin liked playing golf until he had to stop
due to medical issues. He enjoyed helping with
the State scaling contest and the scholarship
program with his Class of '70.
In lieu of flowers, please make donations to our
local Boundary County Restorium.