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2 I The Lovell Chronicle I February 18, 2010 www.LovellChronicle.com BRAD DEVEREAUX Drummer Tyler Morgan (front) and saxophonists Joe Parker (right) and Sienna Rausch (left) play during a break in the action at the Rocky Mountain High School varsity basketball game against Greybull Friday. Melissa Bernhisel is also pictured. Green collar job workshops at NWC Greg Hall, president of Apple Energy Group based in Austin, Texas, will be in Powell Friday and Satur- day, Feb. 26 and 2T, to con- duct two half-day Green Col- lar Jobs Workshops. Hall will talk about the emerging green industry and the green collar job op- portunities that are already available. He'll discuss job and training possibilities in weatherization, energy effi- ciency, solar and small wind projects, as well as President Obama's "Cash for Caulk- ers." "I try to make this more than informative and edu- cational," Hall said. "I want to motivate people as well. There's a whole new world of opportunities in the green industry, but many of the jobs require specialized training. It's important to know what direction you're interested in, whether it's energy auditing or install- ing wind turbines, so you get the right training to launch a successful career or add value to your existing busi- ness." Hall.,will ,,deliver the same four-h6ur Workshop oh both.thysqn Room 70 of the Fagerberg Building at Northwest College. The Fri- day session starts at 1 p.m., and the Saturday start time is 9 a.m. The Green Collar Jobs Workshop regularly costs $89 to attend, but the North- west College Center for Training and Development is discounting the price to $25. Additional discounts are available for multiple at- tendees from the same com- pany. More information and an electronic registration form are available online by fol- lowing the "Training Sched- ule" link at http://www. northwestcollege.edu/ctd or by contacting the Northwest College Center for Training and Development at 307- 754-6062 or PowellCTD@ northwestcollege.edu. Robert 'Bob' G. Dunmire Feb. 7, 1931- Jan. 30, 2010 Robert "Bob" G. Dun- mire, 78, died Jan. 30, 2010, peacefully at his home surrounded by fam- ily and friends after a pro- longed battle with cancer. Bob was born Feb. 7, 1931, in Basin to George and Gladys Dunmire. Bob is survived by his wife, Helene; daughters Mary of Denver, Linda (Wynn) Parrish of Win- ston-Salem N.C., and Kar- en (Richard) Barowsky of Denver; siblings Joe A. (Ar- lyne) Dunmire of Casper, I. Dale (Carlynn) Dunmire of Stockton, Calif., Belva (Chuck) Chapin of Boul- der, Nev.; sister-in-law Jo Dunmire of Pueblo, Colo.; grandchildren Jill Book- man of Denver, Cady Par- rish of Raleigh, N.C., Ryan Parrish and Emily Par- rish, both of Winston-Sa- lem and Justin Barowsky of Denver. His parents and broth- er Rance Dunmire preced- ed him in death. Bob attended the Uni- versity of Wyoming be- fore moving to Denver in 1958 to become a journey- man electrician. He mar- ried Helene McCracken in 1959. He worked at vari- ous electrical companies for almost 40 years before retiring in 1994. He filled his time with various hobbies including many woodworking proj- ects, volunteering at the local elementary school and in his grandchildren's classrooms, helping refur- bish a local trolley, enjoy- ing his cabin, helping fam- ily and friends and many other activities. His most recent favor- ite projects included his contributions to his fam- ily's ever-increasing box collections and ant farms. Bob never met a stranger and was always more than happy to join a friend on a new adventure. His memorial service was held Friday, Feb. 5, in Denver. Please see his entire obituary at www.horan- cares.com (click on obitu- aries, Robert Dunmire). His family requests in lieu of flowers, donations may be sent to "Dollar Diction- ary Drive" at www.neigh- borhoodlink.com/inc/home (click on Dollar Dictionary Committee). Faith Southern Baptist it Church .... :::.ii ................. J  e' 340 E. 3rd St., Lovell J Pastor Michael McKnight I 548-6561 i:: I Services: Sunday School 9:46 am ] Morn. Worship tl am Eva. Worship 6 pm l Wad. Bible Study 7 pm Ottis Lloyd Graves Feb. 25, 1947 - Feb. 11, 2010 Ottis Lloyd Graves died peacefully in his home on Thursday, Feb. 11, 2010. He was surrounded by loved ones throughout his battle with cancer and as he left this mortal life. He was born Feb. 25, 1947, in Jamestown, Tenn., to James William Graves and Girtha Beula Geneva Mayes. In 1948, at the age of one, he and his family moved to Lovell. He was the oldest child of six, including sisters Jao- ma, Linda Jean, Merida and Jamie Sue, and one brother, Jason, who lived only a few hours. Ottis attended school in Lovell all his life where he enjoyed sports like foot- ball, wrestling and track. He graduated from Lovell High School in 1965 and attended college for 1 years at Northwest Com- munity College in Powell. Ottis served a mis- sion for the Church of Je- sus Christ of Latter-day Saints from January of 1967 to January of 1969 in the Central Atlantic States Mission. He served a total of nine years in the Wyoming Army Nation- al Guard and worked as a meter reader for Pacific Power for 31 years. Ottis was married and sealed to Karen Gladys Savage fortime .and all eternity on Aug. 29, 1969, in the Idaho Falls' Temple. One of the most important parts of Ottis' life was his family. He and Karen were blessed with six wonder- ful children and six equal- ly wonderful, sons- and daughters-in-law, includ- ing Tyrel and Erin Graves, Aryn and Josh Tippetts, Justin and Wendi Graves, Carlee and Matt Piippo, L0ueli flssembly of God Church 310 Idaho flue., Louell Services Sunday School -- 9:45 am Morning Worship - 10:50 am Sunday Night -- 6:30 pm Wed. Bible Study .- 7 pm w.LovellAssemblyorGod.org Rev. Dan Jarvis 548-7105 Tomy and Curt Pluhar and Taylor and Kristi Graves. Some of the sweetest joys for Ottis and Karen came through experiences with their 18 precious grand- children, Chase, Ethan, Hunter, Kristen, Tanner, Corbin, Kade, Aden, Bai- ley, Paige, Kaiya, Katia, Reece, Jaxon, Jace, Re- bekah, Davin and Garrett. Funeral services were held on Monday, Feb. 15, 2010, at the LDS Church. Burial was in the Lovell Cemetery. Zola Skidmore Van Norman March 13, 1914- Feb. 14, 2010 Zola Skidmore Van Norman was born March 13, 1914 in Lovell. She was the only child born to Hor- ace Craven Skidmore and Genevieve Bowen Skid- more. She died Sunday, Feb. 14, 2010, at the New Horizons Care Center in Lovell. Zola married Vern Robert Caquelin May 20, 1945, and he died Nov. 24, 1965. She married second husband Gerald Van Nor- man May 10, 1968. He died Dec. 12, 2008. Zola, a long-time Ther- mopolis resident, came to Lovell to New Horizons Care Center to be close to the Watson family, who all loved her and valued her very much. Zola was a noted and valued Indian historian, geologist and ar- cheologist. She had many friends in those fields and had worked with GeOrge Frisson, head of the ar- cheology department at the University of Wyo. in Laramie and had some of her work published. Zola was also an engi- neer. She utilized the hot 5th & Montana, 548-7127 Rev. Christopher Brandt 9:15 am Bible Study I I 10:30 am Worship Service Wednesday Service 7:30 pm :Yuo q/YLod The Lutheran Church-Mi88oud Synod water Thermopolis is not- ed for and ran it through pipes in her home. Many people tried this but their water did not flow properly and would turn stagnant. Jerry and Zola never knew what a heating bill was. Zola was loved and re- spected by all who knew her. She is survived by her Watson cousins; stepson Jerry Van Norman, Mid- west, Wyo.; stepdaughter Pat in Colorado and sever- al step-grandchildren. Zola's funeral ser: vices will be graveside at the Mt. Hill Cemetery in Thermopolis Thursday, Feb. 18, at 2 p.m. with a luncheon following at the home of friends Ruth and Mont Blackburn. Her family is very grateful for the loving care provided at the New Hori- zons Care Center. James D. Hunt James D. Hunt, for- merly of Cowley, died Feb. 14, 2010. A memorial will be held Thursday, Feb. 25, at 1 p.m., at the LDS church in Cowley. A full obituary will appear in next week's Chronicle. 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. St. Joseph's  1 " r  Cathohc:Ghu ch ( ] 1141 Shoshoae,.. Lovel,, WY Dally Mass: Noon Jl Sacrament of Confession: Jl 4-5 pm Saturday i.(J y !l Sacrifice of the Mass t' Jl Sat.: 5:15 pm; Sun.: 9:30 am ]]q [00vell Bible Church], lWorship Service  Prayer 7 am ] 19:00 am I..'1 Rev. Kurt McNabb tl /Sunday School / /10:30 am  548-7390 I lBible Lesson  8thLovell& Jersey II 6pm  r- d IL .' Serving Northem F/;.. Big Horn County I ?,In,ted  -- at the corner of / Park & Shoshone, Lovell Pastor Pauta Morse Church: 548-7478 8:30 Deaver Worship 10:30 Lovell Worship 01d *1 each 5 OFF Your Facial Pedicure Manicure. Hair Massage Waxing Acrylic Nails Caregivers Support Group MEETING Wednesday, Feb. 24, 4 p.m. Community is invited in the multi-purpose room NEW HORIZONS CARE CENTER 1115 Lane 12, Lovell. 548-5200 0000'TENT|ON 811 CALLERS (Excavators, Contractors) ONE-CALL OF WYOMING will be holding breakfast and dinner DAMAGE PREVENTION WORKSHOPS lnfo on 2010 Penalties/Proposed changes to Wyo. Law Required info when you call in Locates RSVP! Ema,l above date, location, company name, and number attending to Info@onecallofwyomlng.com LEAP YEAR Rated PG 100 minutes Friday, Feb. 19, 7 pm Saturday, Feb. 20 3&7pm