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Rebekah Alecia (Kinney) Oberson

November 11, 1980 ~ September 30, 2019 (age 38)
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Rebekah Alecia Oberson, 38, of Kuna, Idaho passed away on September 30, 2019 from unknown cause brain injury. A Celebration of Bekka’s Life will be held on Saturday, October 5, 2019 at 1:00 pm at Christian Faith Center, 31 S. Midland Blvd in Nampa. Bekka was the Princess of Pink, please wear pink if you wish! Arrangements are under the direction of the Nampa Funeral Home, Yraguen Chapel where an online guest book is available at www.nampafuneralhome.com

Rebekah was born on November 11, 1980 in Everett, Washington. She was raised in Washington, Idaho, California and Oregon. She enjoyed many careers including corporate travel booking, bakery assistant, assisted living server and most recently loved working at the Backstage Bistro at The Village Cinema in Meridian.

Rebekah married her kindred spirit and soul mate, Brian Oberson on March 19, 2018 and inherited three beautiful children, Mordred, Ash and Neve. She became the mother she always dreamed of and loved them like her own.

Rebekah was part of the Hearties fan club for “When Calls the Heart” series on the Hallmark channel. She was a burgeoning author who wrote stories for the “Hearties” with 50 followers on FanFiction and 609 Twitter followers.

Rebekah was preceded in death by her son Micah Edward, who she lost in miscarriage.

She is survived by her husband. Brian Oberson; children Mordred, Ash & Neve; her parents Michael & Alecia Kinney; brother Randall Kinney; sister-in-law Jaime and nephews Ryan, Jaryd & Brodie. Grandparents Duane & Loveta Buhler and many aunts, uncles and cousins of whom she loved greatly.

Rebekah marched to her own drumbeat. Not a different one, hers.

She taught people not to be afraid of who they are and to love people dearly and deeply. She shared her love of Dutch Bros. Coffee unashamedly, unapologetically and unconditionally. She believed you should sing as loud as you want in the car regardless of talent level. She demonstrated how to give really great and appropriate gifts to people. She gave big long hugs to the people she loved. Too many she has been a champion and light, always happy and encouraging. She lived life with a childlike wonder, full of life, unashamed of who she was or what she liked, the more pink and sparkly the better. She taught us to not sweat the small stuff and always choose laughter. She brought so much sparkle and kindness to life. She was the most genuine person we will ever meet on this side of Heaven. Rebekah always welcomed everyone without conditions. She was a shining light that didn’t judge. She soaked up love and life and disseminated it to all that had the pleasure of knowing her.

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