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I i i  , ] ..... 2 I The Lovell Chronicle I August 5, 2010 www. LovellChronicle.com Baylee Kay Dickinson Feb. 22, 1992- July 28, 2010 Baylee Kay Dickinson, 18, suffered an acciden- tal death in her home on Wednesday, July 28, 2010. Baylee was born on Feb. 22, 1992, to Larry and Connie (Lynam) Dickinson in Thermopolis. Baylee lived in the Hot Springs State Park all her 18 years, and recently stated how much she loved Thermopolis. She also said she never wanted to leave the great state of Wyoming. She was a very talented and beautiful young woman, inside and out. She lived each day to her fullest. She made a friend everywhere she went and never met a stranger; she was a friend to everyone. Baylee graduated from Hot Springs County High School with honors in May of 2010. Her first love was basketball, lettering in all four years and earning all- conference honors her se- nior year. She also excelled in volleyball and had a tre- mendous love for all sports. Musically, she was first chair clarinet, drum major and in the choir. She was also a member of the Key Club, National Honor Soci- ety and Student Body Trea- surer. She was voted "Most Outgoing" by her class. Baylee was planning on attending Casper College this fall with a full-ride mu- sic scholarship along with numerous other scholar- ships. She also planned to join the Peace Corps. Her future plans included en- tering the medical field. Baylee was an active member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. She enjoyed par- ticipating in her youth pro- iiiiiii :gs: g!i grams and had an affinitive love for her Savior, Jesus Christ. Baylee is survived by her parents of Thermopolis; siblings Clint (Kristi) Dick- inson of Billings, Max (Mel- lissa) Dickinson of New- port, Mich., Afton (Guy) Grant of Cody and Carson Dickinson of Thermopo- lis; maternal grandpar- ents Bill and Kay Lynam of Basin; numerous aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces and nephews and numberless friends. Baylee was preced- ed in death by her pater- nal grandparents, Bill and Wanda Dickinson, and her sister, Cassie Kay. Funeral services were held at 11 a.m. on Tuesday, Aug. 3, at the Thermopolis High School Gymnasium with Bishop Tim Knight from the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints officiating. Burial followed at Riverside Cemetery in Thermopolis. In lieu of donations, the family would like to en- courage others to use those funds to spend some spe- cial time with their own children. The family would also like to thank everyone for their thoughts, prayers and compassion. Online condolences may be made at www.bryantfuneral- homeonline.com. Betty Lou Hinton Jan, 2, 1934- July 27, 2010 Betty Lou Hinton, 76, of Victor, Mont., died at Marcus Daly Hos- pital in Hamilton on Tuesday, July 27, 2010. She was the second old- est child of five born to Ed and Maxine (Keller) Cor- nelius on Jan. 2, 1934, in O'Neill, Neb. When she was a young girl the family moved to Miles City, where she met and married Ver- non Frederick on Aug. 31, 1952. There were five chil- dren born to this marriage. In 1968 the couple moved to Deer Lodge and later divorced. Betty met and married David Hinton in 1970 and to this union their only son, Blen, was born. Betty and David moved to Lovell in 1971 and lived there until 1996 when they moved to the Stevensville area and then to Victor. Throughout Betty's 30-year career in nurs- ing, she acquired an LPN license while working at Galen State Hospital and while living in Lovell, she worked at the Lovell Hospi- tal as a CNA. In Miles City Betty was active in the Foursquare Church as a Sunday school teacher and a solo singer in the choir. She had a beau- tiful voice and she could also yodel. After moving to Lovell she continued teach- ing Sunday school and was active in the Assembly of God Church. She was also active in the Light of the Valley Assembly of God Church in Stevensville. She really did love the Lord. Betty was a very avid reader. She also sewed, crocheted and knitted and had a knack for draw- ing. She always had a gar- den, whether it was vegeta- bles or flowers. She was preceded in death by her parents; her brothers Wayne, Kenneth and Eddie Cornelius; her only sister Barbara Stein- back and oldest son, John Frederick. Surviving family are her husband David of Vic- tor; daughters Deannie (Don) Goforth of Lolo, Peggy (Jerry) White of Lovell and Verna Ward of Cody; sons Daniel (Ronda)Frederick of Worland and Blen (Char- lotte) Hinton of Columbia, Tenn.; step-children Edith Bouvette of Auburn, Wash., Danny Hinton of Stevens- ville, George (Beth) Hinton of Nickerson, Kan. and Del- la (Larry) Alley of Coulee City, Wash.; 21 grandchil- dren and 19 great-grand- children. Memorial Services were held Saturday, July 31, 2010, at 4:30 p.m. at the Light of the Valley As- sembly of GOd Church in Stevensville, with her son, Pastor Blen Hinton, offi- ciating. Burial of Betty's ashes will be at a later date at the Western Mon- tana Veterans Cemetery in Missoula. Honorary pallbearers were grandsons Travis, Mike, James, Chris, Rus- sell, Scott, Chad, Vernon, Robert, Eric, Jacob and Da- vid. Memorials are suggest- ed to a charity of choice. The Whitesitt Funeral Home in Stevensville was in charge of arrangements. E]/ERY ]]IT]S ([llZ(I NIGtt- 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 Leslie A. Maranville Sept. 1, 1919- July 31, 2010 Leslie A. Maranville was born in Lakeville, Mass. on Sept. 1, 1919, to Lila E. and Harold C. Ma- ranville. He was the young- est of three children. He was a small, sickly child and his mother was very protective of him. Leslie died on July 31, 2010 at North Big Horn Hospital. The family moved to Middleboro, Mass., when he was a toddler. He lived there until he was inducted into the Army in 1941. In 1942 he married Mae Deane. The war kept them apart for 4 years while he served in England. He worked as a carpenter, making crates to ship airplane parts to the war zone. Although he hated being away from home, he enjoyed the work and made many friends. In his time off he made many souvenirs from scraps from the shop. He was honorably discharged in November of 1945. He returned to his fam- ily and they lived with his father, a widower, un- til 1950 when he and Mae bought land in Lakeville and built a home there. He returned to his job in a shoe factory where he worked until he retired. They lived in Lakeville for 31 years un- til 1981 when they moved to Cowley. Mae and Les had three daughters, Lila Steed, Car- ol (Keith) Rasmussen and Betsy, who died at the age of 5. Donna Jean Udesen Sept. 18, 1926- . July 27, 2010 Donna Jean Udesen, 83, died Tuesday, July 27, 2010, at the Calhoun Nurs- ing and Rehab Center in Hardin. She was born Sept. 18, 1926, in Elgin, Ill., the daughter of the late Ar- thur and Myrtle (Redmer) Strubing. She married Carl Ude- sen on March 25, 1971, in northern Illinois. Carl died April 1, 1996. Donna and Carl worked for the Center for Ameri- can Archeology and lived in Kampsville for more than 20 years. They enjoyed many years of rendezvous with their teepee. They moved to Lovell, where they met many good friends. For the last six years, Donna had made her home in Kampsville while traveling to visit family in Wisconsin, Idaho and Mon- tana. She had been a resi- dent of the Calhoun Nurs- ing and Rehab Center for the last six months. She was a member of St. John's Lutheran Church in Kampsville. He enjoyed chainsaw carving, RV traveling to 49 states, trips to Europe and England, gardening, build- ing floats for the Pioneer Day Parades, working on community projects and raising a few sheep. He es- pecially enjoyed all fam- ily gatherings and enter- tained everyone with his hilarious stories. He was a good man in every sense of the word. Les was preceded in death by his parents; a sis- ter; his wife of 67 years and his daughter. He is survived by a brother, Lloyd; his two daughters and son-in-law of Cowley; four grandchildren, Dexter (Lisa) Woodis, Jill (John) Scanlan, Pat (JLee) Steed and Ben (Jennifer) Steed, 12 great-grandchil- dren and many nieces and nephews. A memorial service will be held at 10 a.m. on Saturday, Aug. 7, 2010, at Haskell Funeral Home in Lovell. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to North Big Horn Hospital Foundation or to the char- ity of your choice. i Donna is survived by sons Warren Behrens of McHenry, Ill., and Randy (Chris) Behrens of Kamps- ville; daughters Cathy (Mike) Stelbrink of Kamps- ville : and 'La (Bruce) Bausch of Marion, Mont.; eight grandchildren, Me- lissa (Chad) Bennette, Rob- ert (Kristy) Bausch, Silas (Bethany) Owens, Jennifer (Eric Baltisberger) Owens, Joshua (Nikki) Behrens, Kevin Behrens, Kurt Beh- rens and Michael Behrens and five great-grandchil- dren, Avriell, Joey, Alisha, Grace and Emma. She was preceded in death by her parents; hus- bands Louis Behrens and Carl Udesen; daughter-in- law Kurta Behrens; grand- daughter Stephanie Beh- rens; great-granddaughter Ryland Bausch; sister LaDema and numerous aunts and uncles. Visitation was held Friday, July 30, at Hanks- Gress Funeral Home in Hardin. Funeral services were held Saturday, July 31, at St. John's Lutheran Church in Kampsville, with Rev. R. Ankney officiating. Burial followed at Summit Grove Cemetery in Kamps- ville. Memorials may be sent to the family. Please recycle this newspaper. Recycling bins are located in the Re, Apple Supermarket parking lot in Lovell. / / / I Y-- MOVIELINE I \\;, 754-5133 mrme4a I \\;Showtimeg:3Opmordork i  nmatre SHOWING Aug 6-9 Friday thru Monday SALT WRh ./L00ge]ma Jo]Je - Rated PG ] 3 Matinee Sat. & Sun. 3:15 pm ng NiiiiiiNi6!i iiiii Richard L. Slye October 6, 1940 - July 26, 2010 Richard Lee "Dick" Slye of Worland died at his home in Worland on July 26, 2010, at the age of 69. Dick was born on Oct. 6, 1940, in Waterloo, Iowa, a son of Clarence Henry and Dorothy Virginia (McBride) Slye. He was raised in Butte and Billings. Dick joined the U.S. Marine Reserves in Montana. He met the love of his life, Laura E. Brazelton, and they were married on Oct. 22, 1960, in Worland. The couple then traveled the western United States while he worked as a con- tractor. Their son, Kevin, was born in Billings and their daughter, Becky, was born in Seattle. The Slye family moved to Seattle in 1963 where Dick worked as a contractor. In 1977 the family moved to Manderson, Wyo., where he learned to farm on 40 acres of land and helped Laura and the kids raise all sorts of animals. He also started his own construction busi- ness, C & D Contractors, while living in Manderson. In 1984 the family moved to Worland where he continued to work in con- struction until he retired. Most recently he often could be seen out in Worland in his power wheel chair. Dick loved to fish and to spend time with his fam- ily. He especially took great pride in his four grandchil- dren and taught them many things about life. When his oldest grandchild graduat- ed from high school, he and Laura treated the whole family to a trip to Disney World in Orlando. He loved the Lord and loved to laugh. His belly- laugh was contagious. He loved to play jokes and tell jokes, especially "blonde" jokes, which he said many of his family resembled. In 1987, Dick and Lau- ra attended three months of bible college at Ecola Bible College at Cannon Beach, Ore. Laura enjoyed the fact that Dick drew KP duty in the kitchen at the college. Dick was a member of the First Southern Baptist Church in Worland where he served as a Deacon. He also was a member of the Gideon's International. He was preceded in death by his parents; sis- ter-in-law Peggy Sims, and his in-laws, Clair and Ellen "Tiny" Brazelton. Dick is survived by his wife, Laura, of Worland; son Kevin (Dawn) Slye of Worland; daughter Becky (Terry) Davis of Worland; grandchildren Tara Lynn (Charles Lee) Wruck, Chris- topher Lee Davis, Naomi Dawn Slye and Stephen Michael Slye, all of War- land; brother Gone (Diana) Slye of Gates, Ore.; broth- ers-in-law David (Jeannie) Brazleton of Lakeland, Fla., and Bill (Mary) Brazel- ton of Powell; sister-in-law Audrey (Mack) Delcamp of Warden, Mont. and several nieces and nephews. A funeral service was held on Friday, July 30, at the First Southern Baptist Church in Worland with Rev. Kevin LeBoeuf officiat- ing. Burial followed at Riv- erview Memorial Gardens Cemetery*in Worland. Memorials may be made to either the Gideon's International at P.O. Box 1824-Worland, Wy., or to the elevator fund for First Southern Baptist Church at 815 South 15th Street- Worland, WY 82401. Faith Southern Baptist ] "340 :i3rd St., LI  I Pastor Michael McKnight  I ,-6,1  I rvlo: Sunday School 9:45 am I Morn. 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