Nathan Merrill Obituary, Death – Mamie Leavitt became his wife on December 23, 1931, and the ceremony took place in the LDS Temple that was located in Salt Lake City. They were blessed with a total of nine children, seven of whom were sons, and two daughters. As a farmer, he toiled the soil day in and day out, and he derived a great deal of satisfaction from watching his crops flourish and grow. A sizeable garden was consistently one of the requirements for the ideal home.
In addition to that, some of his favorite activities included going fishing, reading, and simply spending time with his family. Mamie died on December 11, 1978. On the day he tied the knot in Idaho Falls, Idaho, on March 19, 1983, Elda Murdock was his bride. The ceremony took place. Over the course of 22 years, he was an active member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and held a variety of positions within the church. These included serving as president of the ward Sunday School and as a counselor in three different bishoprics.
He and his new wife Elda went on to work as missionaries in the Charlotte, North Carolina area after they were married. In addition to that, they both served for the same total amount of time in the Idaho Falls Temple. His wife Elda, who currently resides in Ammon, as well as his sons Wayne (Elaine) of Ammon, Louis (Karen) Merrill and Reed (Dianna) Merrill of Rigby, Stanley (Margaret) Merrill of Parma, Idaho, Lamont (Denise) Merrill of Sugar City, Clayton Merrill of Yakima, Washington, Ross (Lynda) Merrill of Parker; daughters Phyllis (Larry) Johnson