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2 I The Lovell Chronicle I September 27, 2012 OBITUARIES Eva D. Green Asay April 3, 1917 - Sept. 24, 2012 Eva D. Green Asay, 95, died on Sept. 24, 2012, at the New Horizons Care Cen- ter in Lovell. Eva was born April 3, 1917, in Lovell to Leonard and Julia Lynn. She attend- ed Lovell schools and mar- ried TG Green on Sept. 25, 1936. Four children, Leon- ard, Geraldine, Diane and Dennis, were born into this marriage. In later years, fol- lowing TG's death on Oct. 5, 1960, she married Edward O. (Orvin) Asay on July 22, 1968. Eva worked at Vaughn Ragsdale, Brown's Bakery, the Great Western Sugar factory and the Rose Bowl Caf6 in Lovell during her lifetime. Eva was a great cook and loved needlework, working in the yard, camp- ing, fishing, riding the Po- laris Ranger and traveling, taking 27 trips to Califor- nia and Arizona with Geral- dine and Diane and friends, and taking walks with her dear friend, Irene Flahaut. She was active in all of her church callings and enjoyed them all. Eva was preceded in death by her husbands TG Green and Edward O. Asay, son Leonard Green, grand- son Michael Townsend, parents Leonard and Ju- lia Lynn, brothers Leo, Ed- ward, Leonard and Ross Lynn and sisters Pearl Ses- sions, Lou Hettinger and Marcy Porter. She is survived by her children Geraldine (Tim) Townsend of Cowley, Di- ane (Gary) Ley of Powell and Dennis (Jean) Green of Casper and stepchil- dren Jan Ellis of Lovell and Scott (Vicki) Asay of Lovell; daughter-in-law Judy Green; 16 grandchildren, 29 great- grandchildren and 12 great- great-grandchildren. She is also survived by sisters Ju- lia Paris of Billings and Ireta Fuller Musgrave of Lovell. Services will be held on Friday Sept. 28, 2012, at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Lovell at 11 a.m. with visitation at 10 a.m. Burial will follow at the Lovell Cemetery. Haskell Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. Roger 'Rog' Snyder Dec. 8,1922 - Sept. 21, 2012 Don Roger "Rug" Sny- der of Byron died peace- fully on Sept. 21, 2012 in Powell at the Powell Val- ley Health Care at the age of 89. He was born in Grass Creek, Wyo., on Dec. 8, 1922. Rug graduated from Byron High School in 1941. After graduation, he relo- cated to Southern Califor- nia to work in the defense industry to help support the war effort. After the war, he ventured back to his be- loved Wyoming where he worked in various positions in the oil fields throughout Wyoming and Colorado. He returned to Byron in 1964 and retired in 1987. Rug is survived by his wife Lois of 46 years and their daughter Gene Ma- rie, and his children, Don- na (Larry) Roberts of Spo- kane; Kim (Jan) Snyder of Glendale, Ariz.; LouAnn Brovick (Brett Lies) of Ma- ple Grove, Minn.; Lesley (Jim) Bring of Galesburg, N.D.; Tracy (Jim) Stener- son of Fargo, N.D. and Kirk (Betty) Snyder of Lovell. Rug is also survived by his nephew Jan (Beri) Brown of Evanston; 12 grandchil- dren and 16 great-grand- children. He loved his chil- dren and grandchildren very much. Rug loved to fish and tell stories of his adven- tures in pursuit of the big one that got away. He had a multitude of fishing bud- dies who he loved to fish with. No trip to the lake was without a story of some kind, which he would glad- ly share. Rug was known for his humor and quick wit. A memorial service was held at the Unit- ed Methodist Church in Lovell, on Monday, Sept. 24. Interment followed af- ter the service at the Byron Cemetery. Haskell Funer- al Home in Lovell was in charge of arrangements. Rose A. Wagner March 30, 1916- Sept. 19, 2012 Rose A. Wagner, 96, most recently of Frannie, died at the New Horizons Care Center on Wednes- day, Sept. 19, 2012. She was born March 30, 1916, in Rowe, N.M., the only child of Demeat- ris and Florenda Gavel- done. As an infant, she and her parents moved to Rawlins, where she at- tended school and gradu- ated from Rawlins High School. She married Fran- ces McNulty in 1939 and remained in Rawlins until his death in 1965. Rose married Darrel A. Wagner of Rock Springs on Nov. 12, 1968. Of this union she many times said, "I became a wife, mother and grandmother all in the same day!" She was a member of the Catholic Church throughout her life. Rose was very active in com- munity organizations and groups in Rock Springs, in- cluding Federated Wom- en's Club, where she served as president for two terms, Eagles, Elks and Red Hats. Rose enjoyed all holi- days and occasions with family and friends, crochet- ing, quilting and many oth- er crafts. She is survived by step- sons Rodger Wagner (Te- resa) of Frannie, Rich- ard Wagner of Sheridan and John Wagner of Dana Point, Calif.; stepdaugh- ter Marlene Cathro (Bob) of Canyon Lake, Calif.; 14 grandchildren, 26 great- grandchildren and five great-great-grandchildren. Rose was preceded in death by her parents and her husbands, Frances McNul- ty and Darrel Wagner, and one stepdaughter, Judy Brown. Cremation has tak- en place and per Rose's wishes there was only a private family ceremony. Haskell Funeral Home in Lovell was in charge of arrangements. Dobbs leaving Lovell Police B YA fPtAe rTT:nC? sRi xP EmN :?( Rh s wit h I sShhe s lyde :t aY n:d:landt.,,an asset t the Officer Kurt Dobbs is leav- said Lewis. "We knew with Lewis recognized his ing his full-time post as school resource officer and his recently appointed role as sergeant at the Lovell Po- lice Department to return to his agricultural roots as an agronomist for the Big Horn Cooperative (Cenex). Dobbs grew up in the farm- ing and ranch community of Deaver and worked for Gov. Matt Mead's farm and ranch operation for a num- ber of years. Dobbs joined the Army at age 17, where he served in the Special Forces. He later joined the Powell Po- lice Dept., where he rose to the rank of sergeant. For a time he specialized in drug enforcement and later joined the Dept. of Crimi- nal Investigation in Powell, and eventually became di- rector of the Wyoming DCI in Cheyenne. During this time he met Mead who was assistant U.S. Attorney at Kurt Dobbs the time, and eventually worked for Mead's ranch operations. He came to the Lovell Police Department earli- er this year with a wealth of background and experi- ence in law enforcement, which he freely shared with Chief Nick Lewis and all of his fellow officers in the department. his credentials he would move on someday. We knew we would have that con- versation someday, but we hoped it wouldn't be for at least a few more years." Lewis praised Dobbs for the major contributions he made to the department during his short tenure. Ac- cording to Lewis, Dobbs helped improve procedures for evidence gathering, re- port writing, investigations and even mentored some of the younger officers in the department. He also worked closely with sher- iffs deputies and, according to Lewis, "everyone benefit- ed from his presence." "He fit right in," said Lewis. "He came into the department and it was like he just hit the ground run- ning. It was nice to have someone with his experi- ence and maturity on the job. He was a great role value and promoted Dobbs to sergeant after a few months with the depart- ment, making him his right hand man and affording him even more opportunities to streamline operations with- in the department. Dobbs will end his full time position with the de- partment on Oct. 12, but will continue working on a part-time basis, lend- ing a hand, when need- ed, especially on major investigations. "I thought it was great working with the kids in the schools and with the community of Lovell," said Dobbs. "I enjoyed how ev- eryone in the department works well together and with other law enforcement departments. It was good to be part of all this and I will still play an active role but on a part-time basis." ,jl; ii iiir Please submit obituaries to us via email: Icnews@tctwest.net; fax: 307-548-2218; or send to our office at 234 E. Main St., Lovell, Wyoming 82431 Faith Southern Baptist Church 4- 340 E 3rd St.. Lovell Pastor Mid;a;/GMlCKnight t Servicaa: Sunday School 9:45 am Morn. Womhlp 11 am Eve. Womhlp 6 pm Wed. Bible Study 7 pm Worship Service 19:00 am Rev. Kurt McNabb| 1Sunday School 110:30 am 56 E. Main l 1Bible Lesson Lowell l L6 pm J Louell flssembl9  of God Church 310 Idaho floe., Louell Services Sunday School - 9:45 am Morning Won=hip -- 10:50 am Sunday Nlsht - 6:30 pm Wed. Bible Study -- 7 pm Rev. Dan Jarvis 548-7105 5th & Montana, 548=7727 Rev. Christopher Brandt l 9:15 am Bible Study 10:30 am Worship Service Wednesday Service 7:30 pm The Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod I Serving Northern  ,/,,/ ig Horn County 90 Ch! years at the corner of | Park & Shoshone, Lovell 1 Pastor Paula Morse Church: 548-7478 8:30 Deaver Worship 10:30 Lovell Worship St. Joseph's Catholic Church 1141 Shoshone Ave Lovell, WY Sacrifice of the Mass : Sunday- : Thursday - 12 noon i Reverend  Glenn Whewell Wed., Oct. 3 -9 am- 6pro Thurs., Oct 4 - 10 am - 4 pm | First United Methodist Church 2nd & Bernard Streets in Powell TOWN OF LOVELL LIQUOR LICENSE RENEWALS SPECIAL MEETING / PUBLIC HEARING scheduled for Sept. 25 has been postponed to Oaober 2, 2012, at 7 p.m., at Lovell Town Hall. End the a great IImlDEUTmL 548"7021www.hyarttheater.com The Odd Life of Timothy Green Walt Disney Rated PG 104 minutes Friday, Sept. 28, 7 pm Saturday, Sept. 29 3&7pm 01ll5ane l, Loell, WY - 548-5200 " www.nbhh.com orn 00ospir00,00istrict UROLOGY Richard Melzer, M.D. October 16 1-800-332-7156 NEUROLOGY Allen Gee, M.D. October 4 1-307-578-1985 CARDIOLOGY K. Scott-Tiilery, M.D. October 2 1-406-238-2000 ORTHOPEDICS Whitney Robinson, M.D. October 19 1-800-332-7156 ORTHOPEDICS Jimmie Biles, M.D. October 24 1-877-372-4537 PODIATRY D. Hugh Fraser, D.P.M. October 3 & 18 1-888-950-9191 DERMATOLOGY Jared Lund, M.D. October 11 1-800-332-7156 FOOT CLINIC 307-548-5226 for appt. & info. $10/visit g ,) /7 ., ( cti,00bz00 2012 Please use the clinician's phone number as listed to  / schedule on appointment. -- ) ANYTIME DAYOR NIGHT the North Bicj Horn Hospital and New Horizons Cnre Center provide services to persons utilizinq the facilities without discrimination based on race, color, notional ori0in, ooe, sex, relicjion or handicap. 1 www.nbhh.com