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2 I The Lovell Chronicle I July 29, 2010 www.LovellChronicle.com Ruth Odette Dec. 10, 1920- July 21, 2010 Ruth Odette Eyre, 89, of Cowley died Wed., July 21, 2010, at North Big Horn Hospital in Lovell. Ruth was born Dec. 10, 1920, in St. Anthony, Idaho, to Karl Conrad and Cara Genevieve Cardon Klingler. After graduating from high school, she attended Ricks College in Rexburg, Idaho, and earned her teaching degree in 1941. She taught second grade at Moreland, Idaho, for two years and then attended BYU and earned her degree as a di- etician. She worked for one She was very good at math and chemistry. Her five daughters were blessed by her read- ing, singing songs, taking them swimming in the ca- nal, making picnic lunches, sewing clothes and help- ing them with projects. She was kind and caring to ev- eryone, never saying nega- tive things or gossiping. She was gentle, soft spo- ken, and had an extreme amount of patience and eno durance. She was a mem- ber of the Daughters of Utah Pioneers and enjoyed going to the meetings and participating up until the last year and a half of her life. Ruth was a member of the Church of Jesus Christ Sandra D. Jan. 14, 1937- July 24, 2010 Sandra Dale Folkerts, was being a morn to her seven children. In 1984, she fmally married her true love, Ar- thur Folkerts, and found her partner in all her en- deavors. Together, they set an example of what the miracle of true love and hard work can accomplish. Each of the kids knew the true meaning of"home" be- cause of their love. Sandy was a strong woman with a soft heart. She taught her children to speak their minds when needed, to be true to them- selves and to always put the love of family first. Sandy was preceded in death by her parents, Elmer and Mary; favorite aunt Ruth and uncle John- April 10, 1923- July 24, 2010 and Preator Grazing. Vivian loved to do needlecraft, especially cro- chet and knitting. She worked with plastic can- vas and leather. She was a member of the LDS Church, where she served as the li- brarian. Survivors include sons Craig of Burlington, David (Judy) of Greybull; sister Delia (George) Michaels; special son Joe (Kathy) White of Lovell; grandchil- dren Aaron, Brad, Ryan (Cortney), Chandra and Lacey and seven great- grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her husband, Stan her parents and brother Bud Salmela. Visitation will be at of Latter-day Saints and 73, died at home with pea- ny; beloved son Randy; VivianSalmelaPreator, Haskell Funeral Home had a firm, strong testi- ple who loved her by her brother Gary and husband 87, died July 24, 2010, inin Lovell on Friday, July ] many. She was faithful side on July 24, 2010, after Arthur Folkerts. Basin. She was born April 30, 2010, during business throughout her life and a brave and dignified fight She is survived by son10, 1923, in Almy, Wyo., to hours. gave her best efforts to her with pancreatic cancer. Rick (Donna) Folkerts; Eino Matt Salmela and Hi- Memorial services will callings as a Primary teach- Sandy was born in daughters Leanne Berger, lya Saari. be held at the LDS Church er, Young Women's teacher Blair, Neb., to Mary and Tara Piersall, Susie Lie-She married Stanley in Burlington on Monday, t and compassionate service Elmer Jensen on Jan. belt, Krissy Duenow (Dan-Eyre Preator on Aug. 17, Aug. 2, at 10 a.m. Burial 14, 1937. Her first role in ny Lester)and Tracy Folk-1944. They lived in Burl- will be at the Burlington leader. She served with Carlyle for several years as a stake missionary and did name extractions for the Family History Program. Survivors include her husband, Carlyle B. Eyre of Cowley; daughters Su- life was to be a big sister "Dude" to Larry and Paula, and friend and best cousins with Roma and Lila Jean. Her mom's family meant the world to her but she was soon busy rais- ing her own family. San- erts; grandchildren Caylon, Merill, Natalie, Jake, Derek, Jessica, Chelsea, Miranda and Sammi; great- grandchildren Zoe and Lu- cas; sister Paula (Tolbert) Carter and brother Larry (Mary Lee) Jensen. ington for 66 years. Cemetery. Vivian worked as a Memorials may be sent secretary/bookkeeper for to The Shack in Greybull or Burlington Schools, and atthe International Mission Greybull Valley Irrigationof Hope in care of David District, Preator BrothersPreator. san Lewis Mohlman of Spanish Fork, Utah, Marie dy spent her life loving Graveside Services will year at Swedish Hospital in (Charles) Larson of Orem, and raising her children, be 11 a.m. on Friday, JulyI Faith Southern Baptist I] SL Josephs Seattle as a dietician. Utah, Genevieve Mann of through many trials and 30, at Sunset Memorial Church ........ ...... ] I Catholic Church While in Seattle, she Cowley, Hope (Jerry) Asay tribulations. She held sev- Gardens. Memories and i 34o E 3,d St. Love, I met Carlyle Eyre. They of Lovell and Carla (Don) eral jobs throughout her condolences may be shared I PastarMichaetMGKnight I I I Sacaflce of the Mass ]~1 were married in the Idaho Bisby of Anchorage, Alas- lifetime, but the only onewith the family at www. I Serve.... SundaySohoolS:46=m I Sunday at11:30 am Falls Temple on Sept. 3, ka; 22 grandchildren; 44 that really mattered to herdahlfuneralchapel.com. I Morn. Worshlpllam-Evo. WorshipSprn I 1947, and then moved to great-grandchildren; and 1 I w .a,b =ueyrpm I ReverendGlenSzczechwskiJUl Cowley, where they have great-great-grandchild. ckloRUth ;e urnedumt-lived for the past 63 years, death by two daughters, Ju- Ruth was preceded in i HI 1 I toue, g . " lia (a twin)at age two days i OPPOR i I mer semester to renew her and Kathrv 7 from com- I II of 60d II teaching license. She then nlications o'=' 'f'claicken nox. i!i!i!i!iii il Qiiiiiiii!iiiiiiiiiiii! !i!i ] TheLvellOhrrdle ] I I I] Church II taught second grade in " ' brothers Cardon and Quen- i cmmtssin' the z tin's i i II 310 Idah fll2' tuell ]1 Lovell for two years, tin and sisters Car Sin le- In her youth Ruth en- ton and Dawn Web g I nmxmer prote ion I joyed being a girl scout and Viewing and visitation I agency, say investigate I 19:00 am Worship | II S..eay S oo, -. 9:45 am II eventually became a leader,will be held one hour oriort . t ] before you invest.] 11o: 15 am Bible Study I II Morning Worship - 1@50 am II . _ i , Prayer7arn [ She enjoyed camping and to services at the church. I y'S:hool Ii i Rev. KurlMcNabb] I ViSit ft0.gov/bixopp8 tO I I Wednesday Service 7:30pm I II Sunday..N.Ight-.6:30pm II many other garl scout actw F r ! [ i learn hw t tell a real"" J I I f I II wea. mole~tuay-.tPmReDan Jarvas II " " une al Services will be o. l [ deal from a raw deal, [ I q/1/dcome. I II " It ities. She was an excellent held at the Cowle- LDS swimmer and worked as .a Church on July 31, 2010, at ....... .... " . II .. . , . ...., hfeguard. She enjoyed van- a.m. Burial will be in the = : ous crafts, loved to read,Cowley Cemetery. Haskell played the. vlohn, sewed, Funeral Home in Lovell is and was an excellent cook.in charge of arrangements. Why not have it done by the only board certified urologist located full time in the basin? Du. Geeomr STEWART UROLOGICAL SERVICES OF NORTHERN WYOMING, PC Please submit obituaries to us via email: I Specializing inthe"no needle/no scapettechnique." ~:\~!~ I 1 S minute office procedure. I cnews@tctwest, net; fax:307-548-2218; Frequently done on Friday with the possibility of back to light-dutywork on Monday. Vasedomy reverals also available at competitive pricing. or bring to our office at ..... Thermopolis - Hot Springs Co. Memorial Hospital. VA patient~ accepted with pmr approval. 234 E. Main St., Lovell, Wyoming zzs w. YELLOWSTOME AVE., SUITE 9 CODY, WY To schedule an appointment please call 307-587-5131 'r MOVIELINE a,SI-IOWING July 30-Aug 2. Friday t hru Monday he Sorcerer's Appreatwe ~ :I*1~1 {tt :i J kl[ef:t :l Ko7;I tl~l [el :1~ II;,11l~,fp==-*,,--,,,, ..... -k- IF you are concerned about criminal justice. -k IF you believe county officials deserve competent and timely legal advice. -k IF you believe that the county attorney should follow the law and behave professionally. -k IF you believe in fiscal accountability by elected officials. Pd,~rbyCandidate &&&&t<l ~b!tor Matinee Sat. & Sun. 3:15 pm Bring us a written price quote from area competition so we can price the same garment and we will MEET or BEAT their price. YOU WILL GET Q.UALITYAND SERVICE on Screen Printing, Embroidery, Signs, Awards, Imprinted Promotional Products (In business 26 years) Big Horn Engraving & Sign We donate back to the community.., our competition doesn't 320 W. 7th Lovell 548-7136 548-7021www., the twilight saga Rated PG-13 125 minutes Friday, July 30 7 & 9:30 pm Saturday, July 31 3&7pm