Miscellaneous Uintah County, Utah Obituaries


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Max W. Clark

Max W. Clark 26, died from an accident at work on Feb. 8, 2001. He was born Oct. 8, 1974 in Vernal, a son of Tiny Max and Jane Hodgkinson Clark. Max married Kate Alayne Allred on July 1, 1995. They have two daughters, Miranda (Randi) Jane Clark and Tyree Anne Clark. He graduated from Uintah High School in 1993. 
He owned and operated C-7 Landscaping and Welding, Inc., and Max Clark Welding and Construction. Max was a member of the LDS Church and served for years as a primary teacher, also served in the Elders Quorum. He enjoyed working with his hands doing beautiful leather work and he was a perfectionist in his work. He enjoyed raising horses and riding them with his father, fishing and camping. 
He is survived by his wife and children; his parents; and also brothers, Lawrence Jay (Jennifer) Clark, David Wayne Clark; sister, Katie Jean Clark, all of Lapoint; grandparents, Jay & Lola Clark, Grantsville; many aunts, uncles and cousins.
Max loved his family more than anything in the world. He was a fantastic father. He spent all of his spare time with his children. He was a loving husband. He loved the business that he built with his wife; and loved working for himself. He helped out anyone he could in herding cows and such. He loved helping people and did a lot for everyone. He was loved by all; and will be greatly missed. 
Funeral services were held Tuesday, Feb. 13, 2001 at 11 a.m. in the Lapoint LDS Ward Chapel with John Allred conducting. 
Larry Allred offered the family prayer. 
Bishop Allen Huber gave the invocation and John Allred read the obituary.
Speakers were Blaine Huber, Jason Philps and Mike Allred. 
Cal Huber sang "How Great Thou Art" and "Because I Have Been Given Much;" Larry and Dorene Allred sang "Daddy's Hands;" and the congregation sang "I Know That My Redeemer Lives."
Martin Huber gave the benediction and Harmon S. Hodgkinson dedicated the grave. 
Pallbearers were Ben Allred, Mike Angus, Trent Tomlison, Skoby Downs, Daniel Angus and Brynnen Lamb. 
Interment was in the Lapoint Cemetery under the direction of Thomson Blackburn Vernal Mortuary. 

Keith L. Durfee

Keith Lee Durfee, 45, born September 18, 1955 in Tucson, Ariz., returned home to his heavenly father on Feb. 9, 2001. Keith was loved by all and made Vernal his home. 
Keith is survived by his daughter, Josie Olsen; son-in-law, Clint R. Olsen; and grandson, Tate Olsen, all of Harriman; his mother and father, Coy and Vernal Durfee, West Valley City; sisters, Jeanne (Eldon) Pulley, Salt Lake City; and Cindy (Arne) Carlson, Bluebell; and his best friends, Tina Harbison and Mary Lee Godfrey, of Vernal; and Heather Stoddard, Loma, Colo. 
He was preceded in death by a brother, Ralph Lee Durfee. 
Our father, son, brother and friend loved his home and many friends in Vernal. His passions were trapshooting, fishing, hunting, photography, and his favorite was boating at Flaming Gorge with his friends and family. We know that he is in a much better place now, home with his Father in Heaven. We will miss our friend.
Funeral services were held Monday, Feb. 12, in the Ashley Maeser Chapel with Bishop Mike Haslem officiating. 
Randy Freestone offered the family prayer with prelude and postlude music played by Annette Freston. 
Cindy Carlson gave the invocation and Josie Olsen gave the eulogy. 
Speakers were Ann Paskett, President DeArmon Batty and Heather Stoddard. 
The congregation, led by chorister Annaliese White and accompanied by Annette Freston, sang "Where Can I Turn For Peace;" Annaliese White, accompanied by Annette Freston, sang "Lead Me Home;" and duets were played by Annaliese White, cello, and Annette Freston, piano, titled "Love One Another" and "The Dance."
Bishop Mike Haslem offered remarks.
Dan Olsen gave the benediction and Coy L. Durfee dedicated the grave.
Pallbearers were Clint Olsen, Arne Carlson, Eldon Pulley, Adam Massey, Randy Freston, II, Bjorn Carlson, Jessie Gunn, Shon Thomas and Josh Graham. 
Interment was in the Vernal Memorial Park under the direction of Spafford Funeral Home. 

Lisa E. Anderson

Our beloved sweetheart, daughter, mother and sister, Lisa Ethel Anderson, 34, passed away at her parent's home in Vernal on Friday, Feb. 9, 2001, after a long - three years, three months and three days - valiant battle with brain cancer.
Lisa was born on August 1, 1966 in Nephi to Jesse Darlene Clark and Louis Dewayne Anderson. As a child, Lisa suffered with acute asthma and was allergic to her own bacteria. She would take weekly injections from the age of 2 until she was 10 years old, when she finally outgrew this. She spent a lot of time in the hospital in an oxygen tent, fighting for breath. She has always been such a fighter, and wants to give hope and encouragement to those who are suffering with cancer. 
Lisa loved being with her family. Her children, Bret and Jesse, were her pride and joy. Her hobbies were rock hunting, fishing, camping, roller skating, and she loved to go dancing. She collected blown-glass figurines, eagles and angels. She had a huge rock collection gathered from all her travels.
Lisa received her GED at the age of 16, while she was expecting her first child, Merlin. She worked at various jobs during her lifetime, but had two favorites. She worked as a cook at the Cedar Rest Home in Cedar City. She prepared meals for the residents, who loved her for her sweet smile and kind words. She would cook their special favorites for them. She also loved her job at the Fish and Game office in Nampa, Idaho where she worked as a receptionist. She also issued fishing and hunting licenses and learned a lot. Learning and education were very important to her. 
Lisa was a member of the Harvest Fellowship Church in Roosevelt. 
Lisa was preceded in death by her baby son, Merlin Casey Johnson, and grandmothers, Leona Davis and Ethel Clark.
She is survived by her companion, Jeffery Benner, Vernal; parents, Jesse Darlene and Michael Benner, Vernal; and Louis Duane and Betty Anderson, Odessa, Texas; grandfather, Howard Clark, Vernal; brothers and sisters, Gerie (Tom) Shiozaki, Vernal; Troy (Laurie) Smuin, Vernal; Patricia (Jed) Tate, Blanding; and Lonnie Anderson, San Diego, Calif.; and many nieces, nephews, aunts, uncles and cousins.
The viewing will take place Wednesday, Feb. 14, from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. and one hour prior to services Thursday morning at the Thomson-Blackburn Vernal Mortuary. 
Funeral services will be held Thursday, Feb. 15 at 1 p.m. at the Thomson Blackburn Vernal Mortuary. 
Burial services will be in the Vernal Memorial Park under the direction of the Thompson-Blackburn Vernal Mortuary. 
"Our angel soars with the eagles."

Merwin J. Kellogg

Merwin Joe Kellogg born April 14, 1939 in Hailey, Idaho died Feb. 4, 2001 in Yuma, Ariz. Merwin passed away early Sunday morning after a courageous battle with cancer.
He is preceded in death by his mother, Verna Kellogg and his son, Kip Kellogg. He is survived by wife, Janet Kellogg of Rock Springs Wyo.; father, Joe Kellogg of Beaver City, Neb.; sisters, Beverly (Mel) Bell of Wells, Nev., Carolyn Lara of Wendover Nev., and Sheryl (James) Beckett of Concord, Calif.; children, Cory (Vickie) Kellogg of Phoenix, Ariz., Brian (Kathy) Kellogg of Vernal, Merlynn (Bob) Bott of West Jordan, Jeanette Ellison of Rock Springs, Wyo., and David Daniels, 10 grandchildren, two great-grand children and his dog, Booze.
Merwin worked most recently for Pomerenke Wireline and previously for Dowell Schlumberger as a diesel mechanic. He loved life, running the dune buggies, smarting off, hassling waitresses and a good laugh. His smile, love, and the twinkle in his eye will be missed by all who knew him.
Family and friends are invited to attend a celebration of his life on Saturday, Feb. 10 from 2 p.m. to 5 pm at the home of Beverly and Mel Bell in Yuma. There will be graveside services held in Rock Springs, Wyo., at a later date.

Grace M. Oaks

Grace M. Oaks, 80, passed away Feb. 13, 2001 in Vernal. She was born Dec. 14, 1920 in Vernal, a daughter of Samuel Murray and Lauretta Henry Merkley. She married Martin LeRoy Oaks on Oct. 30, 1937. Their marriage was solemnized in the Salt Lake Temple in 1965. 
Grace was a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. She was a visiting teacher in the Relief Society. She loved the mountains, fishing and bowling. She raised beautiful roses and above all, she loved her cats. 
She was preceded in death by her husband; two sons, Earl Leon and Gary Wayne; son-in-law, Henry Pehacek; three brothers; and three sisters; her parents, Murray and Lauretta Merkley.
She is survived by her sister, Mary Price; sons, Darwin L. (Delora) Oaks; Harold L. "Butch" (LaRita) Oaks; Carlyle (Rose) Oaks; daughter, MarRita Pehacek; daughter-in-law, Bonnie Oaks; 21 grandchildren; and 33 great grandchildren. 
Funeral services will be held Friday, Feb. 16, at 11 a.m. in the Naples Ward Chapel. Friends may call at Thomson-Blackburn Vernal Mortuary, Thursday from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. and on Friday one hour prior to services at the Chapel. 
Burial will be in the Maeser Fairview Cemetery under the direction of Thomson-Blackburn Vernal Mortuary.

Donald Simmons

Donald Bobby Simmons, 79, of Whiterocks, passed away Feb. 4, 2001 at the Uintah Basin Medical Center after a courageous battle with cancer. 
He was born Feb. 24, 1921 in Roosevelt to George Edward and Elsie Fern Marrott Simmons. He married the love of his life, Ednal Smith, in Marysville, Calif., on May 19, 1944. Their marriage was solemnized in the Salt Lake Temple on Jan. 24, 1946. 
Don was a veteran of World War II, serving in the U.S. Army. He enjoyed fishing, hunting and camping. His greatest love was his family. He found great joy in his children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren. He was an active member in the LDS church and had been serving as an ordinance worker in the Vernal Temple. 
He was a rancher and farmer and enjoyed working with the land and livestock, especially his sheep. He was a wonderful story teller and those around him enjoyed listening to his stories. He had a competitive spirit and one of his favorite pastimes was playing games with his grandchildren.
He is survived by his wife, Ednal, of Whiterocks; children, Clay (Kelly) Simmons, Whiterocks; Uleeta (Alloin) Myore, Neola; Karissa Simmons, Whiterocks; grandchildren, Kimberly (Justin) Jackson, Vernal; Wendy (Jarod) Edwards, Roosevelt; Shaun Simmons, Whiterocks; Bryon Mullins, Neola; Danielle Mullins, Ohio; Duffy (Gena) Simmons, Roosevelt; Delilah Duncan, Whiterocks; Teegan Simmons, Whiterocks; and Jared Reed, Whiterocks; great-grandchildren, Cheyenne Labrum, Roosevelt; Gunner Kofford, Vernal; Jraevon Edwards, Roosevelt; Earl and Meredith Simmons, Roosevelt. 
He is also survived by brothers and sisters, Farrell Simmons, Tridell; Evelyn Swarts, Mapleton; Ora Morrill, Salt Lake City; Orvin Simmons, Vernal; Verrena Prescott, Neola; Merlyn Simmons, North Ogden; Lean Simmons, Clearfield; and Lula Halt, St. George. 
He was preceded in death by his parents; a sister, Ardella; and a brother, Elvis. 
Funeral services were held Feb. 7, 2001 at the Whiterocks LDS Church. 
Burial was in the Tridell Cemetery with military honors by the American Legion, Basin Post #64 of Roosevelt, under the direction of Hullinger Olpin Mortuary.

Etta M. Burch

Etta M. Burch, 94, died Feb. 8, 2001 at the Ashley Valley Medical Center. She was born Oct. 31, 1906 in Florence, Colo., to Paul and Adelia McCumber DeWeese. Etta was married to Roger H. Burch, who preceded her in death. 
She is survived by sons, Ora E. Burch, Vernal; Roger G. Burch, Rolling Hills, Wyo., and Harry R. Burch, Denver, Colo.; daughters, Geraldine D. Metz, Vernal; Helen R. Shelton, Lyman, Wyo. She is also survived by 23 grandchildren; 33 great-grandchildren and 30 great-great-grandchildren, who will all miss her dearly. 
Etta was preceded in death by a daughter, Mary V. Brady, Bisbee, Ariz.; and a son, Cloy U. Burch, Butte, Mont.
Private family services will be held at a later date. 
Arrangements are under the direction of the Spafford Funeral Home.

Cora B. Winkel

Cora Bennion Winkel, 86, of Walnut Creek, Calif.; passed away Feb. 6, 2001. She was born August 17, 1914 in Vernal, one of three children of John Bennion and Mary Goodman. A sheep rancher's daughter, she grew up in the Uintah Basin except for a brief period in San Bernardino, Calif., during her teenage years. She married Charles L. Winkel in Salt Lake City, on January 10, 1937. Charles was in the United States Army at the time and the couple traveled extensively throughout the United States. Cora lived in Vernal, during the WWII, where she took up flying small airplanes. After the war and the birth of their son, Steven, the couple moved to Reno, Nev., and then to northern California in 1962, where Cora was a homemaker. Her passions were traveling, cooking and home decorating. 
She was preceded in death by her brother, Roland Bennion; sister, Velma Bennion Erekson; and her husband, Charles Winkel. 
Cora is survived by her son and daughter-in-law, Steven R. and Barbara Sahm Winkel, Berkley, Calif.; grandson, John Bennion Winkel, attending New York University in New York; nieces, Sharon Sessions, Bountiful; and Shirley Gardiner, Vernal. 
Funeral services were held Saturday, Feb. 10, 2001 at 11 a.m. at the Thomson-Blackburn Vernal Mortuary. 
Burial was in the Vernal Memorial Park under the direction of Thomson Blackburn Vernal Mortuary. 

Jennie Noel Weeks

Funeral services for Jennie Noel Weeks, born June 16, 1902 and died Feb. 5, 2001, were held Friday, Feb. 9 in the Thomson-Blackburn Vernal Mortuary with Donald Noel, brother, conducting. 
Daun DeJournette played prelude and postlude music. 
Paul Weeks, grandson, gave the invocation and Donald Noel read the obituary. 
Speakers were Loyld Lory Winward, grandson, Vickie Johanson, Polly Putnam, granddaughter, Linda Skeen, granddaughter, and Virginia Reynolds.
A poem was read by Laura Kaloi, granddaughter, a tribute by Sue Gerner was read by Vickie Johanson, and a tribute by Janet Gress was read by Lisa Winward.
Ron Walker and Daun DeJournette sang "Precious Memories" and "Lay My Head Beneath A Rose."
Larry Newby, grandson, gave the benediction and Lloyd Winward dedicated the grave.
Pallbearers were grandsons, Lynn Winward, Larry Newby, Paul Weeks, Lance Weeks, grandson-in-law, Dale Putnam and nephew, Gene Weeks.
Interment was in the Vernal Memorial Park under the direction of Thomson-Blackburn Vernal Mortuary.

Laura Morrison

Laura Alice Millecam Morrison, 75, passed away peacefully Sunday, Feb. 13, 2000. She was born Dec. 9, 1924 in Vernal to Henry Baardwijk and Rosa Baxter Millecam. She was the 5th of seven children. She married Robert B. Morrison on March 9, 1948 in Vernal. They were sealed in the Salt Lake LDS Temple on Sept. 15, 1964. 
Laura was a wonderful mother of four children: Barbara (Vaughn) Schulthies, Nyssa, Ore.; Ranee (Mark) Feltch, Rodney Bud (Lesa) Morrison and Mary Ann (Rick) Gardner, all of Vernal. She was the proud grandma to 17 grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren who brought her much love and joy!
She was a faithful member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and was currently a temple worker at the Vernal Temple. She has recently served at the Family History Library, and was also a Stake Missionary. She also served as a Relief Society President, and Young Women's President in the Vernal 7th Ward, as well as in scouting.
She graduated from LDS Business College in SLC, attended Barbizon Modeling School, and took various classes at Utah State University in Vernal. She owned and operated Laura Morrison Creativity.
Her talents and hobbies include storytelling, crocheting, reading, natural health, creative arts, service, leadership and homemaking. 
Laura was preceded in death by her parents; a brother, George Millecam; and a sister, Maye Duncan. She is survived by one sister, Audrey Lyman, Salt Lake City; and three brothers, Henry Millecam, Bruce Millecam, both of Vernal, and Don Millecam of Salt Lake City.
Services will be held at the Ashley Stake Center, Vernal 7th Ward, Thursday, Feb. 17 at 11 a.m. Friends may call Wednesday from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. at Thomson-Blackburn Vernal Mortuary and at the Ashley Stake Center one hour prior to the services. 
Burial will be in the Vernal Memorial Park under the direction of Thomson-Blackburn Vernal Mortuary.

H. Wayne Lundell

Harold Wayne Lundell, 68, died Feb. 10, 2000 at Utah Valley Regional Medical Center in Provo, from causes incident to heart disease. Wayne was born March 20, 1931 in Vernal, a son of Harold M. and Alta Olson Lundell. 
His mother died when he was two years old. His father later married Ruth Hart and Wayne had a close relationship with his "second mother." Wayne attended Uintah High School, and following graduation, attended Brigham Young University. A member of the BYU track team, Wayne ran the mile and the two mile races, setting conference records in the two mile run. 
He graduated from BYU with a degree in Accounting and Business Education. He filled a mission to Sweden for the LDS church. Following his mission, he began teaching Elementary Education. He enjoyed it so much that he certified in that field, teaching grades four to six for many years. Wayne later received his Masters Degree in Education from BYU. 
Wayne was a master teacher, and trained many BYU Education students. He earned many teaching awards, and in 1984, was named Utah State Educator of the year. He taught many years at Mapleton Elementary School, and following his retirement, he taught at the Meridian School. 
He was preceded in death by his father; both mothers; and a brother, C. Bob Lundell. 
He is survived by three sisters, a sister-in-law and one brother: Donna (Ralph) Sorensen Olson, Orem; Marge Lundell, Pleasant Grove; Connie (Karl) Pope, Provo; Dean (Sharon) Lundell, Denver, Colo.; Lynette (Callis) Morrill, Liberty, Mo.
Funeral services were held Monday, Feb. 14, in the Sharon Park 5th Ward LDS Chapel in Orem with Bishop Lloyd Patterson conducting. 
Lon Sorensen offered the family prayer with prelude and postlude music played by Julia Reid. 
Margery Lundell, chorister, led the hymns, "Oh My Father" and "Abide With Me;" and Stacy Sorensen played special music.
Ralph Olson gave the invocation and Bishop Patterson offered the obituary.
Speakers were Karl Pope and Callis Morrill. 
Bishop Patterson offered remarks, Ronald Morrill gave the benediction and Dean Lundell dedicated the grave.
Pallbearers were nephews, Dean Lundell, Neil Sorensen, Greg Lundell, Glen Pope, Russell Morrill and Brice Lundell.
Honorary pallbearers were all of his nephews. 
Interment was in the Maeser Fairview Cemetery under the direction of Thomson-Blackburn Vernal Mortuary.

Ellen Palmer

Ellen Lake Palmer, 72, of Rigby, Idaho, died Wednesday, Feb. 9, 2000 at the Beehive House in Rexburg, Idaho. 
Ellen was born June 23, 1927 in Downey, Idaho, the daughter of James Robert Lake and Elnora Henrietta Rosdahl Lake. She married Carl Sterling Palmer in Pocatello, Idaho on August 6, 1948. Their marriage was later solemnized in the Salt Lake City LDS Temple on June 23, 1967. She was a member of the LDS Church. She was an excellent cook and loved gardening and canning. 
Ellen is survived by four daughters, Christine Palmer, Vernal; Teresa Rowen, Idaho Falls, Idaho; Carla Herrington of Australia; and Karen Betts, Rigby; one son, Tim Palmer, Rigby; one sister, Roberta Dunn, McCammon, Idaho; one brother, David Lake, Salt Lake City; 10 grandchildren; and 15 great-grandchildren. 
She was preceded in death by her husband; one son; her parents; three sisters; four brothers; and two great-grandchildren. 
Graveside services were held Saturday, Feb. 12, in the Inkom City Cemetery under the direction of Eckersell Funeral Home.

Lt. Thomas S. Rettberg

Lt. Thomas Sumner Rettberg, 58, died on Feb. 11, 2000 in a tragic helicopter accident.
He was born April 26, 1941 in Glendale, Calif. to Sumner Rettberg and Evelyn Weldon, now deceased.
He married Frances Lanzo on Sept. 9, 1961 in Chelsea, Mass.
Tom was a dedicated husband, father, grandfather, friend, and public servant. He faithfully served with the U. S. Navy for four years; 10 years at Tooele Army Depot; and 25 years with the Utah Highway Patrol. He was a member of the JC's in American Fork and a volunteer for the American Fork ambulance service. He was a member of the Knights of Columbus in Provo.
Tom will be remembered for his courageous service to the UHP and the people of the State of Utah; saving numerous lives throughout his career. Tom was a skillful pilot and was known for his dedication to safety and professionalism. He received numerous commendations and awards for his service.
He was an avid golfer and Vikings fan. Tom will also be remembered for his wonderful sense of humor and loving devotion to family and friends and will be sorely missed by all who knew him.
Tom is survived by his loving wife of 38 years, Frances of West Jordan; three daughters, Polly (Mike) Tracy, Vernal; Kim Rettberg, Hollywood, Calif.; and Lori Lucas, Midvale; eight grandchildren and 1 great grandchild; sister, Betty (Mike) Spangler of West Virginia; and brother, Alvin (Roxanne) Smith, Los Angeles, Calif.
In lieu of flowers, donations may me made to Shop With A Cop, c/o Utah Highway Patrol, 4501 South 2700 West, West Valley City, Utah 84119.
A funeral mass will be celebrated Wednesday at 10 a.m. at the Cathedral of the Madeleine, 309 East South Temple. A vigil service was held Tuesday evening at Neil O'Donnell and Sons Mortuary.

Kenneth G. Olsen

Kenneth Glen Olsen, 60, passed away Friday, Feb. 11, in the University of Utah hospital after a short battle with cancer. 
Ken was born July 31, 1939 in Vernal, the son of Paul Christian and Lula Bernice Allred Olsen. He married Mary Ellen Janes Sept. 29, 1962 in Vernal. They were sealed in the Salt Lake LDS Temple. 
Ken was a graduate of Uintah High School. He also served four years in the United States Navy.
Ken was an active member of the LDS Church and was a High Priest Group Leader of the Bountiful 7th Ward. 
He loved Vernal, and spent as much time as he could camping, hunting and fishing with family members.
Ken is survived by his wife, Mary Ellen; children, Jennie Lynn (Kyle) Vernon, Heber City; Robert G. Olsen, Bountiful; and grandson, Lance Vernon. 
Funeral services were held Monday, Feb. 14 in the Bountiful 7th Ward Chapel with Bishop Craige Olson conducting.
Raymond Allred offered the family prayer with prelude and postlude music played by Deanne Taylor. 
Delyle Jones gave the invocation with remarks offered by Bishop Olson. 
Speakers were Stan Elmer and Ray Johnson. 
Mary Christensen, chorister, led the congregation as they sang "How Great Thou Art," and a congregational hymn; and Jerry Crawford played a musical selection.
Jay Jeppson gave the benediction. 
Bishop David Allred conducted graveside services with comments offered by Raymond Allred. 
Lawrence Allred dedicated the grave.
Pallbearers were Robert Olsen, Fred Jones, Kyle Vernon, Ray Allred, Chase Jones and Ray Jones.
Services were under the direction of Russon Brothers Mortuary with compassionate services offered by the Maeser 3rd Ward Relief Society.

Helen Hood

Helen F. Hood, 64, died Feb. 9, 2000 at Grand Care in Paradise Valley, Ariz., from complications due to diabetes.
Helen was born on Sept. 29, 1935 in Hyattville, Wyo., to John B. and Eula Abbott Fleury. She was the sixth child in a family of eight. 
Helen grew up in the Hyattville and Lovell areas. She graduated from Lovell High School in 1953. 
She married J. Francis Lohof, and to this union, three sons were born: Wyatt, Matthew and Britt. Helen and Francis were later divorced. She later married Harold Hood.
She was preceded in death by her parents and brothers, Jack, Frank (Tote) and Denver (Doc).
Helen is survived by her husband, Harold; sons, Wyatt Lohof, Vernal; Matthew (Shirlie) Lohof, Grand Junction, Colo.; Britt (Shelly) Lohof, Lovell, Wyo.; sisters, Abbie Tillett, Lovell, Wyo.; Donna Loos, Billings, Mont.; Doris Radke, Riverside, Calif.; and brother, Dick Fleury, Santa Rosa Beach, Fla.; six grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren. 
Memorial services were Feb. 14 at Haskells Funeral Home.
Memorials may be made to the American Diabetic Association. 

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