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=:... ..... : =: : ........ 2 1 The Lovell Chronicle I May 3, 2012 S&amp;R works to be added to state retirement BY KARLA POMEROY The property used for proval to have the county The Big Horn County the new facility would be grants department assist i ................................................. iiiiiiiiiiiiii commissioners have signed the lot across from Atwood with finding grant funding. DAVID PECK Fire Captain Bob Mangus directs member of the Lovell Volunteer Fire Dept. into the Davila home on Carman Avenue Sunday afternoon after a smoldering electrical fire filled the attic with smoke. a letter of support for the Big Horn County Search and Rescue to be included in the state firefighter re- tirement program. Captain Dan Anders said having the retirement would help with recruitment and retention. Sheriff Ken Blackburn said the south search and rescue qualifies because it handles extrication at crashes. He said it is uncer- tain if the north unit would qualify because they don't currently handle extrica- tion. Another element is that south search and res- cue also responds to wild- land fires. "We're working to qual- ify the south unit," Black- burn said, adding that he is continuing to do research on the north unit. Anders added that they also have a Cascade sys- tern to allow them to fill air tanks for firefighters. Anders also talked to the commissioners about a new facility. He said they need about $20,000 to fix the current facility. He pro- vided plans the search and rescue originally submitted in 2008. Family Funeral Directors. Anders said the plans are for similar facili- ty to Greybull's new fire hall, which was built for $400,000. "I just wanted to get this on your minds," Anders said. He added that he would like the commissioners' ap- Joyce House Duvall Firemen snuff attic fire Jan. l, 1955- before larger blaze erupts ing under the insulation but had burned the bot- tom of two trusses. It got so hot that it was peeling the paint off the wall in the room below." Mangus said fireman Doug Savage did a good job getting into the attic by taking the air pack off his back to squeeze through a closet attic entryway, then re-donning the pack and extinguishsing the fire. Jor- dan Hitz assisted, he said. Cowley community walk Blood April 26, 2012 Joyce House Duvall, Ul:'r've 57, of Sheridan died on Thursday, April 26, 201. at her home surrounded Tuesday her husband and fam- ily. She was born Jan. 1, 1955 and raised in Lovell. in Lovell She married Frank Florez in 1973 and had three chil- A Lovell Community dren. They later divorced. Blood Drive is scheduled Joyce moved to Sheri- for next Tuesday, May 8, at dan in 1989. She worked the Lovell Fire Dept. Auxil- at Perkins and the Silver iary Hall. Spur Caf, where she met Conducted by United the love of her life and mar- Blood Services, the drive is ried Phil Duvall on Janu- scheduled from 2-6 p.m. at ary 16, 1993. the fire hall. Walk-ins are In 1997 Joyce went to welcome, but an appoint- work at The Sheridan Pal- ment may be scheduled by ace where she worked until calling Robin Savage at October 4, 2009, when she 548-6703 or logging onto had to retire due to health the United Blood Services :: :reasons. She then went to website at www.bloodhero, work part-time at Harbor cam, sponsor code Love!l. Chiropractic and La Bella Faith Southern Baptist  Church 548-6561 Services; Sunday School 9:45 am Morn. Worship 11 am Eve. Worship 6 pm Wed. Bible Study 7 prn The Bible ,.0. j /Bible Lesson 6 pm I// Serving Northern FJ Big Horn County II United , I [IMethc'st [ ] I )11 Ch-h :71 I I " ,Ba=V II at the corner of LI Park & ShOshone' LOvell I Pastor Paula Morse I Church: 548-7478 I 8:30 Deaver Worship | 10:30 Lovell Worship | J Louell l/el ssemblg W 0fG0d Church 310 Idaho floe., Looell Services Sunday School - 9:45 am Morning Worship - 10:50 am Sunday Night -- 6:30 pm Wed. Bible Study -- 7 pm Rev. Dan Jarvis 548-7105 BY DAVID PECK An electrical short sparked a fire in an attic at a Lovell home Sunday af- ternoon, but firemen were able to snuffthe smoldering blaze before it erupted. The Lovell Volunteer Fire Dept. was called to the Davila home at 125 Car- man Sunday at 3:22 p.m. after an occupant called to say there was smoke in the attic of the home, LVFD Captain Bob Mangus said. Mangus said an inves- tigation showed that a ceil- ing fan in a bathroom had shorted out and the wiring leading to the fan heated up and started trusses in the attic on fire. "We ventilated it to prevent smoke from fill- ing the downstairs and to air out the attic," Mangus said. "One of our guys went into the attic, pulled the in- sulation away and put out the fire...It was smolder- Students of Rocky Mountain Elementary School and their families participated in a special walk around the perimeter of the school's campus on Tuesday morning. The event was intended to promote community involvement. (front l-r) Kassidy Brimhall, Rebecca Herren, Ellie Stewart enjoyed the walk. Parent Keesha Herren joined the girls along with Dacean Thomas and Mackenzie Allred. PATFI CARPENTER PHOTO Grant said he would like to authorize Maria Eastman to work on grant funding and suggested the" county could use some of the county consensus block grant funding. The com- missioners agreed by con- sensus to allow the county grants department to assist S&R. Salon. Joyce enjoyed having her family around her all of the time. She loved the sound of her grandchil- dren's laughter, gardening, helping others, being in- volved in church activities, teaching her young women, and being a den leader for her Scouts. She loved Ha- waii, lying on the beach lis- tening to the waves, and loved the long walks on the beach with her husband Phil. Joyce is survived by her husband Phil Duvall, of Sheridan; two broth- ers, Jim House of Sheridan and John House of Tekoa, Wash.; one daughter; Me- lissa Florez of Roanoke, Va., and three sons; Gerry and Eric Florez of Sheridan and Jeff Duvall of Sheri- dan. She is also survived by nine grandchildren, one nephew and three nieces. A viewing will be held from 6 to 8 p.m on Thurs- day, May 3, 2012, at Kane Funeral Home. Funeral Services for Joyce will be held at 1 p.m. on Friday, May 4, 2012 at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter- day Saints with Bishop Roger Brinkerhoff offici- ating. A viewing will be held at 11 a.m. prior to the service at the c.hurch. In- terment will follow at the Sheridan Municipal Ceme- tery with a luncheon to fol- low at the church. : :: Donations may: :: be made in byce'S,'mOl to the cty of donor's choice. St. Joseph's i Catholic Church 1141 Shoshone Ave. Lovell, WY Sacrifice of the Mass Sunday at 11:30 am Reverend Glen Szczechowski _E=d;=,== 5th & Montana, 548-7127 Rev. Christopher Brandt 9:15 am Bible Study 10:30 am Worship Service Wednesday Service 7:30 pm The Lutheran Church-Missoud Synod El .......... - . : ili :ili :: g UQ il [/t Catado I, 01 I S, 2012 * go - 2>p ...... 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