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2 I The Lovell Chronicle I January 15, 2015 USDA commodities distribution today in Lovell The USDA Commodities distribution is scheduled for Thursday afternoon, Jan. 15. Commodities may be picked up at St. John's Lutheran Church, 70 East 5th St., Lovell. The distribution will begin at noon and continue until 3 p.m. Volunteers will be distributing dried, frozen and canned foods. Commodities distribution is income based. A single individual is eligible to receive commodities with up to $1,180 of monthly income. A couple may have up to $1,594 of monthly income. For each additional person qualifying the maximum income increases by $414. The Emergency Food Assistance Program (TEFAP) is available to all eligible people regardless of race, color, na- tional origin, sex, age or handicap, within the quantities of USDA commodities available. To inquire about eligibil- ity or to volunteer to help with the distribution call Rev. Christopher Brandt at 548-7127. Martin Luther King Day fee free at Bighorn Canyon The National Park Service announced nine free ad- mission days to America's National Parks in 2015. The first "fee free" day is Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, Mon- day, Jan. 19. The remaining 2015 entrance fee-free daysare Pres- idents' Day weekend, Feb. 14-17; the opening weekend of National Park's week; the 98 th birthday of the Nation- al Park Service, April 18-19; National Public Lands Day, Sept. 26 and Veterans Day Nov. 11. Aavah's Angels continue efforts to help Mangus family BY PATrl CARPENTER A group of thoughtful fifth-graders--Alyssa Rael, Sam Cornia and Hailey Rael--from Lovell Elementary School have been busy for several months coming up with ways to raise funds to help classmate Dallen Mangus' little sister Aavah, who suffers from complications of a rare disease called heterotaxy. The students have already raised $600 by placing a donation jar in the lobby of the school. That jar will re- main in the lobby of the school through February. With the help of the student council, the students also plan to station themselves in the Lovell High School gymnasium on Jan. 23 when the LHS basketball teams host the boys and girls teams from Powell High School. The group plans to sell heart suckers during the event. They also plan to raffle off a "Hometown Glory" print and to hold a silent auction for a basket filled with goodies like games, popcorn and other items that were donated by school staffmembers. The students have set a goal to raise $3,000 for the family. Aavah was diagnosed with the disease prior to her birth and has endured many complications of the disease. Heterotaxy causes certain organs in the infant's body to form on the opposite side of the body from where they would normally form. For example, the heart forms on the right side instead of on the left side of the body. It is also known to affect the development of the heart and other major organs like the liver, lungs, intestines and spleen. As is common with many babies, Aavah required a heart transplant, which she received at only three months old. Most recently, little Aavah developed a rare blood dis- ease called warm and cold agglutinin and once again, she seems to be beating the odds of succumbing to the disease with the help of the medical staff at Children's" Primary Hospital in Utah. The disease affects Aavah's red blood cells, which are continually breaking down, causing her hemaocrit and he- moglobin to drop to unsafe levels. Already the disease has required Aavah to receive numerous blood transfusions. In spite of Aavah's continued medical problems, the family remains optimistic. Aavah has a Facebook page called Prayers for Aavah Jude and a large following of supporters. Several fundrais- ers have been held to help the family, including several co- ordinated by this same group of good-hearted children. Classmate Dallen Mangus is also helping with the fundraiser to help his baby sister. For more information, contact Gwen Walker at 548-2247. ' IMAGINE THE POSSIBILITIES! Constructing long-lasting buildings and establishing BUiLDiNG CORP. long.lasting relationships for more than three decadesl Design & Dream Expert Construction Relax & Enjoy i BUILDING SALE! Building giGtud is nt pdced in ad. Crew travel ra- Cody, WY 30'x48'x13' $16,972 building ....................... code modifications extra Price subject to (307)587-5493 42'xeO'x15' $29,865 .................. 60'x104'x17' $55,636 FeATUm,O.,i F,,IatAL 800-373-5550 ClearyBulldlng.com @ Charles Wilbur Brown Feb. 1, 1950 Charles Wilbur Brown, 64, died in Billings on Jan. 9, 2015. Charlie was born Feb. 1, 1950, in Lovell to Gerald W. and Beulah Asay Brown. He was the seventh of eight siblings. After the tragic loss of his parents and oldest sister Nadine, he grew up in the home of his Aunt Ellen and Un- cle Harry Cook through his high school years. Charlie graduated from Lovell High School in 1969. He joined the U.S. Navy but was soon honor- ably discharged because of impaired hearing. He then headed to South Caroli- na to see his brother Ger- ry for the summer. After re- turning to Lovell he started working at the Great West- ern Sugar factory. After that, he went on to work at Nicholls and Lewis, ending his work career with Lovell Redi-Mix in 2008. Charlie was always a hard worker. He always put 100 percent into every job. Charlie was working in Worland when he met and married Yvonne Holdren on July 17, 1970. To this union was born Tamara Ann. Charlie and Yvonne lat- er divorced. Five years lat- er he met Dora Mae Awalt. They married in 1982. With that union came two children, Rebekah Jo and Travis Lynn, whom he later adopted. In the year 1983 their fourth child was born, Tonya Marie. The family was sealed for time and all eternity at the Idaho Falls Temple. Their love for children went further than their own. Charlie and Dora opened their home to foster chil- dren and children in need. Danny Frederick was one foster child who came into their home and was wel- comed with open arms. He became part of their family. Charlie lost the love of his life, Dora, in a tragic car ac- cident in 1986. He went on to raise all the children on - Jan. 9, 2015 his own. Charlie's interests in- cluded anything outdoors. He loved hunting, fishing, camping and going in to Moss Ranch. He would al- ways have a joke to tell to anyone who needed a laugh. His favorite hobby was pho- tography. He took photos of everyone. Where there was beautiful scenery, he made sure to capture it: He even took pictures of work sites. He was a man of many nicknames. His family knew him as Dad and Papa Charlie. Friends called him Fat Cat, Certified and Otis. Charlie was gracious and humble. He will be greatly missed. He was preceded in death by his parents Ger- ald and Buelah Brown, his brother, Ray Brown, sisters Nadine Brown and Bever- ly Sanford and his beloved wife, Dora. He is survived by his children Tammy (Travis) Adey of Lovell, Travis (Kathy) Brown of Billings, Rebekah McCuen of Billings, Tonya (Chris) Fink of Missoula and Dan- ny (Ronda) Frederick of Worland; 17 grandchildren, two great-grandchildren and siblings Linda, Doro- thy, Carol and Gerry. Visitation and services were held on Wednesday, Jan. 14, and he was laid to rest in the Byron Cemetery. Memorial donations can be made in Charles' name at the Bank of Lovell. i iii{iiiii!iiii!!iiiiiiiiiiiiieiiiiieliiiirniiiiiiii!iiiiiiiiiiiilli!ii!ii!i delivered every week! To find out how call 307-548-2217. [2SiblCh.00] W(SahlP Service  Prayer 7 pm /Sunday School /Rev. Kurt McNabb / / 10:30 am  56 E. Main | |Bible Lesson  Lovell | L 6pro J Serving Northern  ted Big Horn County Methodist y9ears 3 Church / at the corner of Park & Shoshone, Lovell 307-548-7478 Reverend Jim Barth Sunday: 11 am 5th & Montana, 548-7127 Rev, Christopher Brandt 9:15 am Bible Study and I I Sunday School 10:30 am Worship Service q/ato, q&fo.d The Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod If you are low income and need '  health/safety repairs to your home NOWCAP may be able to assist you. Call Joe at 307.347.9001 or mail your application request to NO WCAP, PO Box 158, Worland, WY 82401 Richard Oliver Gormley June 23, 1931 - Jan. 11, 2015 Richard Oliver Gorm- ley, 83, of Burlington died on Jan. 11, 2015, in the WPLT Care Center at Cody of complications incident to a stroke. Richard was born on June 23, 1931, in Burl- ington to Wesley Palmer Gormley and Theresa Mar- tilla Preator. He graduat- ed from Burlington High School in 1949 and attend- ed Colorado State Universi- ty for a short time. He married Faith Aagard on Nov. 16, 1950, in the Idaho Falls LDS Temple for time and eter- businesses. nity and they were bless- On Jan. 7, 1989, Rich- ed with three children, Re- ard's wife of 38 years, Faith, nae B., Randall Aagard and died. He married Caro- Richard Orlando, who died lyn Haupt of Westminster, shortly, after birth. Richard Colo., on March 23, 1991. farmed, ran livestock and He was preceded in trucked in Burlington. death by his parents, wife In 1961, the family Faith, son Richard and six moved to Oslo, Minn. to pi- siblings. oneer the dry edible bean He is survived by wife industry in the Red Riv- Carolyn; his children Re- er Valley with Richard's nae (Craig) Hawker and brother Wesley. In 1.964, Randall (Laurie); step-chil- the family moved to Grand dren Mark (Barb) Haupt, Forks, N.D. In 1974, the Michael (Dana Bassett) and business was sold and they Jennifer (John) Blechar; moved to Denver, where brother Wesley L. (Elaine) Richard stayed in the busi- Gormley; 13 grandchildren ness with his son. Through and 31 great-grandchildren. all of his moving and trav- Funeral services will els he maintained the fami- be held on Saturday, Jan. ly homestead in Burlington. 17, 2015, at 11 a.m. at the Richard was an active Burlington, Wyoming LDS member of the Church of Church. Viewing will be at Jesus Christ of Latter-day 10 a.m. Interment will fol- Saints all of his life, serv- low services at the Burling- ing in many leadership ton Cemetery. positions. He served on Haskell Funer- many boards, including al Home is in charge of the Boy Scouts and other arrangements. Obituaries Please submit obituaries to us via email: Icnews@tctwest. net; fax:307-548-2218; or bring to our office at 234 E. Main St., Lovell, Wyoming. Submitting a photo? Minimum requirements for publication are: 3" across, 300 dpi, in jpeg format. St. Joseph's Catholic Church 1141 Shoshone Ave.. Lovell, WY Sacrifice of the Mass 'N Sunday -  11:30 am iii Thursdaypm [ Reverend :t i Glenn WheweU ' :iii Louell 6ssemhlg  of God Church 310 Idaho floe., Louell Services Sunday School -- 9:45 am Morning Worship -- 10:50 am Sunday Night - 6:30 prn Wed. Bible Study -- 7 pm Rev. Dan Jarvis 548-7105 Caretaker wanted for Cowley Cemetery District Qualifications: Knowledge of irrigation system, operation and maintenance of equipment; lawn care (weed control, fertilizing). Must be available for burials. Wages based on qualifications. Apply by February 16, 2015 by mail to Cowley Cemetery District P.O. Box 233 Cowley, WY 82420 548-7021www.h ,l0000T0000mutum Till: TOm00 Rated PG 98 rain. Friday, Jan. 16, 7 pm Saturday, Jan. 17 3&7pm Coming soon: The Hobbit: Battle of the Five Armies; Unbroken; Into the Woods. o aULLD#,0000. , FTRE I Imp. Chayli McArthur Cbafli scwed 39 pts., 18 rebounds, 15 r,.eah and 7 assists as Loell placed second in the Big Horn Basketball Tournament. She was selected m doe all-tournament team. Sponsored by RJ Davila RJ placed first in the 289lb. clau of the JV division at the Douglas Invitational Wrestling Tournament. He had a perct 5-0 record ' PIYOlt 00OUNTAIN ENGINEEIING 708 Rd. 7-1/2, Cowley, WY 1307-548-2545