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2 I The Lovell Chronicle I June 12, 2014 ii!!!il H ~ Malinda Vivian Beaulieu Aug. 23 1964 - June 5, 2014 Malinda Vivian Beau- lieu Graham, 49, died at her home on June 5, 2014, of natural causes. She was born on Aug. 23 1964, in Woonsocket, R.I. to Jack- ie Eversole and Donald Beaulieu. She graduated from Rawlins High School in 1983. On March 16, 2002, Malinda married John Graham. She lived In Lovell and worked at Shop- ko in Powell as a pharma- cy tech. Malinda was a mem- ber of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, where she was called to teach gospel principles. Survivors include her husband John, four chil- dren, Heather (Steven) Bunner of Colorado, Bra- din (Krystal) Lund of Lovell, Tommie Ann and Zola Paige of Lovell, her step-father, Jerome Leech, her mother-in-law Judy Quarles, brothers Edward Beaulieu of Ventu- ra, Calif., and Wil- lam Beau- lieu of Cassville, Mo., step- broth- er Wesley Leech of Thermopolis and step-sister Melodi (Tim) Horrocks of Shoshoni. She also left behind four grand- children, Tristan, Tearny and Zoo Bunner and Milo Lund and several nieces and nephews. Malinda was preceded in death by her brother Mi- chael Beaulieu, her father Donald Beaulieu and her mother Jackie Leech. A private family gath- ering was held at the fami- ly home on Sunday, June 8, in Lovell. In lieu of flowers, a do- nation can be sent to the charity of donor's choice in her name. Harold Eugene Pate April 18, 1931 - April 24, 2014 Harold Eugene Pate, 83, died April 24, 2014, due to complications following knee surgery. He was born in Green River on April 18, 1931, to Ernest and Lorene (Cudney) Pate. Harold grew up in Rawlins, where he grad- uated from Rawlins High School and played on their state championship foot- ball team. He was in the Air Force from 1952 to 1956 and valiantly served his country in England during the Korean War. He was married to Jan- et Stubbs and was blessed with two children, Dick and Colleen. A new chapter be- gun when he married the love of his life, Karen Wil- lis Pate, and added Cher- yl, Mitch, Brenda and Car- ri to his family. He worked for the U.S. Postal Service for 34 years, well known to many as "Putt-Putt." Walking, fishing and the outdoors were some of his passions, howev- his grand- children and loved to make them smile. He willing- ly served others and volunteered his time and skills coaching many children in Little League baseball and football. He was an avid and loyal Colo- rado Rockies, Denver Bron- cos and Wyoming Cowboys fan. He is survived by his wife,Karen; his children Dick (Holly McConnell) Pate,Colleen (Dana) An- gull, Cheryl (Elton) Garvin, Mitch (Pam) Rhoads, Bren- da (Steve) Heiner and Car- ri (Steve) Anderson; his sisters Alice (Bob) Garvin and Barbara (Phil) Stew- art; 18 grandchildren; four great-grandchildren and nu- merous nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his mother and father and Brendon Taylor Laird April 30, 1996 - June 6, 2014 Brendon Taylor Laird, age 18, of Greybull, Wyo- ming, passed away Friday, June 6, 2014, at St. Vin- cent Hospital in Billings, Montana after a tragic mo- tor vehicle accident. Brendon was born April 30, 1996, at the St. Vincent Hospital in Bill- ings, Montana. He was the son of Mike and An- drea (Soetmelk) Laird. He grew up in Greybull, Wyo- ming, and was a student at Greybull High School. He would have started his se- nior year in August 2014. Brendon loved rid- ing horses, especially his horse, Jewels, working on his Ford trucks, work- ing outdoors and doing a man's job, being outdoors, hunting, fishing, welding, and spending time with his family and friends. The biggest thing he loved to do was to help others. Brendon was an AMAZING young man with a heart of gold, big brown eyes, a hardy laugh, and his smile that lit up a room. Brendon was cre- ative and loved working with his hands and en- joyed helping everyone, never thinking twice and never expecting anything in return. He never knew a stranger! His future plans were joining the military and becoming a welder. Brendon left this earth too soon but will always be remembered for the re- markable way he made people feel and for the many lives he touched and continues to touch. We have all been blessed to have had him touch our lives. He is preceded in death by his great-grandmother, Eleanore Soetmelk; his Great- Grand- ma Chris- tenson; his great-uncle, Terry Ham- er; and his grandfather, Jimmy Soet- melk, who he loved very much. Brendon is survived by his parents, Mike and Andrea Laird of Grey- bull, Wyoming; his sister, Brianna Marie Laird of Sheridan, Wyoming; his maternal grandmother, Diane Soetmelk of Grey- bull, Wyoming; his pater- nal grandparents, Garland and Mary Laird of Bag- ley, Iowa; his uncles and aunts, Troy and Tina Laird of Laramie, Wyoming, Tra- vis and Mo Laird of Mana- wa, Wisconsin, and David and Jill Soetmelk of Basin, Wyoming; and numerous cousins. A Celebration of Bren- don's Life will be held at 1:00 P.M. on Saturday, June 14, 2014, at the Grey- bull High School Gymna- sium with Pastor Dave Seratt and Pastor B.J. Grimmett as co-offici- ants. A luncheon for fami- ly and friends will immedi- ately follow the service in the Greybull High School Cafeteria. Memorials in Bren- don's name will be received at Big Horn Federal Sav- ings Bank, P.O. Box 471, Greybull, WY 82426-0471. A beneficiary for the pro- ceeds will be decided at a later date. Atwood Family Fu- neral Directors, Inc. as- sisted the family with arrangements. Paid obituary St. Joseph's Catholic Church 1141 Shoshone Ave., Lovell Louel[ leam"fSl flssemblg 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 Sacrifice of the Mass Sunday - 11:30 am Thursday - 12 noon er, spending time with his his sister Anna Lou. family and helping others Send condolences to Rev. DanJarvis Reveren.d ,, were what brought HaroldKaren Willis Pate, P.O. Box 548-710S oenn wnewe, true joy. He was smitten by 1184, Rawlins, WY 82501. ~'- I Serving Northern~ 'Nix the tie / A s-?/,o Big Horn Countyl l /1 II ,itvd A 1 I / / I[I [ J I I II I ,3 :-41 . Give Dad a Gift Certificate from Gracie s. [(7 '1 u Pedicure. Manicure. Massage years L'ove,, ! V Hair Cut" Hair Color I1\\~ flPark&Ssatth~c;~rnneqre' / I /~ ~/qj~/~ I/"% tl Pastor Pau,a Morso / ,OOam +orsh,, Sea,ca /2 I\. ~I' Church:548-7478 I lO,15amBibleStudyandsunday School l ~/~i~e~*Aj" ~)~ =,~/ n iii 8:30 Deaver Worship n n 240 1/2 East Main (alley), Lovell 548-245~ /i (~]L~O~5 (~I~[cOITZ~ fThe Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod | e-- ~-- -- ----u.~A. U---- ( Marcus Jan. 3, 1960 Big Horn Basin resi- dent Marcus Keele Heath, 54, died on June 5, 2014, at the Veterans Administra- tion Hospital in Sheridan. Marcus was born on Jan. 3, 1960, in Lovell, a son of Ima May (Keele) and Donald Ericksen Heath. He lived in Lovell for a short time then moved to Worland, where he was raised and educated. He graduated from Worland High School in 1979. He entered the U.S. Marine Corps on May 25, 1979, and served in Cali- fornia until his discharge in May 1983. He then re- turned to Worland, where he took over his father's mink and fox farm north- west of town. He met Lorie M. Mor- ley in Worland and they were married on May 3, 1985, in Worland. He ran the fur farm for a few years before going to work for LK Trucking Co., and then working at the Crown Cork and Seal can plant in Wor- land for 20 years. Marcus next worked for Nelson Bros. Coal Mine in Gillette, then returned to the Big Horn Basin and worked for Keele Sanita- tion in Lovell, and finally did odd jobs to stay busy in Basin and Greybull. He was a member of the National Rifle Associ- ation and had been a life- K. Heath - June 5, 2014 long mem- ber of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. He had also been a member of the Washakie County Search and Rescue Squad for a couple of years. A person who loved the outdoors, he hunted, fished, panned for gold and attended many Mountain Man Rendezvous events. He liked making leather craft items and to make his own hunting knives. He was preceded in death by his parents. Marcus is survived by his wife, Lorie, of Basin, his son Brandon (Dinah) Heath and their children Drayvon Heath and Ima Heath, all of Cody, and by his daugh- ter Trista Heath and her children Teagon and Zay- din Willman, of Magalia, Calif. He is also survived by numerous aunts, un- cles and cousins in the Big Horn Basin area. Cremation has tak- en place and a memori- al service will be held on Thursday, June 12, at 2 p.m., at the Basin/Grey- bull LDS Church. A re- ception will follow the ser- vice. Veile Mortuary of Worland is in charge of the arrangements. In Byron [2e Bible Ctmrc h1 get a copy of the Chronicle at the ~:OOd~,.sChool R~,~. Kurt McNabb Byron Town Hall/o+o:m Ilk ++-.,. / lBible Lesson ~ Lovelt l or Byron Bar! 16 pm J Annual Water The annual Water Quality Report was mailed with the May utility bills and is also available on the internet at www.townoflovell.com and at town hall (336 Nevada Ave.). Call 307-548-6551 for more information. A N S S T'-S T"O -YOUI M--ED-- -A ONS Wyoming State Health Insurance Information Program Understand Medicare enrollment, claims, & appeals Assess need for Medicare Supplement insurance Learn of options for low income persons Help detect error on medical bills _Part D- Prescription drug overage Toll free Cost: Free Riverton: 1-800-856-4398 -- Casper: 1-800-634-1006 To make an appointment with v your local counselor call Che.enne: 1-800-634-1005 Wyoming Senior Citizens, inc. www.wyomingseniors.com i~ii~+i+i++i]i+iiiii+ii+ii]ii++ii++ii++iii+ii+iiiiii+i]+i+i+ii+i]i++++]iii+i++ii++++i++M+iiiiii++ii++i+i+i+i+++i++ii++++i++i]i+i++i++i~ 440W TO T AIN VOU I A($OH 1 Starts Fri., June 13 PG 7:15 pm every night 2 shows Fri. & Sat., 7:15 & 9:30 p.m. 3:15 pm matinee Sat. 8, Sun. > iiii~> ii!iiii! i!!!ii!! ~!!iii 'i: Edge of Tomorrow Starts Fri., June 13 PG-13 7:15 pm every night 2 shows Fri & Sat, 7:15 & 9:30 pm 3:15 pm matinee Sat & Sun Concession open to public during theater hours. 54-5133 5howtimg:3Opm Brim-tn Tlmatre "SHOWING June 13-16 Friday - Monday Rated Pg.13 1 First show of the summer Monday, June 16, 7 pm $3/person or Sl0 group pass (max 8 in group) BYRON AUDITORIUM Concessions available 548- 7021 www. hyartthe Rated G 101 min. Thursday, June 12, 7 pm Friday, June 13, 7 pm Saturday, June 14 3&7pm Special thanks for the generous donation to the Hyart Digital Conversion to Lovell Drug, Miller,s Fabrication, Sairco, Sank of Lovell, GK Construction and Midway Motors. Box Homes & Stores Raising money for the fight against cancer! willline the street Bake Sale for children toride Nachoes & around'town. Drink Houses & Stores New Bounc ~,iii|~ ~ will be auctioned off. .... Y Questions? Call L0ft at >ll0e 307-272-1601 fr he Sponsored by Children's Resource Center and VIP Preschool Saturday, June 28 11 am- 1 pm Big Horn Federal Bank , Barbecue Beef Sandmch ......... 4 ea. s lhe Water. ......... . ........ . 1 ea. To pre-order call 307-548-2065 (Farm Bureau Insurance)