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Lila Mae Mallicoat

December 28, 1936 — April 30, 2024

Boone

Lila M. Mallicoat, 87, of Boone, Iowa, passed away on Tuesday, April 30, 2024, at Westhaven Community in Boone.

 

Private family services will be held at a later date.

 

Lila Mae Miller, daughter of Virgil and Maudie (Johnson) Miller was born on December 28, 1936, in Boone, Iowa.  She graduated from Ogden High School with the class of 1955.  

 

On June 12, 1955, Lila was united in marriage to Dale Pervier at the Community United Methodist Church in Ogden, Iowa.  The couple made their home in El Monte, California, where Lila operated an in home daycare for two years.  Lila’s main vocation was as a homemaker for her husband Dale and her two children, Risa and Bradley.

 

Following her husband, Dale’s passing in 2003, Lila began spending more of her time in Iowa until deciding to move back in 2015.

 

Over the years, Lila was very active in politics, especially focusing on social justice reform, including women’s rights and equality issues. Lila also served on the Board of Directors of Regency Retirement Community in Boone.  She volunteered as a parent helper at the elementary school in California when Risa and Bradley attended.  Lila also enjoyed participating in community events.

 

In addition to her parents, Lila was also preceded in death by her husband, Dale Pervier;

and her three brothers, Arvid, Ivan, and Lee Miller.

 

Survivors include her daughter, Risa (Bob) Pervier-Sawhill of Arlington, WA; son, Bradley (Shelly) Pervier of El Monte, CA; granddaughter, Krissanny; two great granddaughters, Arianny and Brynnlee; two sisters, Marlena Sparks, and Irie (Gary) Peters; and her brother, Vernon Miller.

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