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2 I The Lovell Chronicle I November 22, 2012 OBITUARIES Scott Meeks Welch, D.D.S. Jan. 25, 1925- Nov. 16, 2012 Scott Meeks Welch, of Lovell, died on Friday, Nov. 16, 2012, leaving behind his beloVed family, friends and community. He was born Jan. 25, 1925, in Cowley. His lov- ing, caring parents were Charles Golden and arc Meeks Welch. Scott mar- ried Kathleen Peterson on Sept. 4, 1945, in the Salt Lake Temple of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter- day Saints. After graduating from Cowley High School, Scott served as an ensign in the Navy during World War II from Nov. 1943 until Oct. 1946. He attended Cornell University, Northwestern University and graduated from the University of Wy- oming with a Bachelor of Science Degree. Scott grad- uated from St. Louis Uni- versity School of Dentistry in the spring of 1953. Scott, Kathleen and their first child Chauna then moved back to the Big Horn Basin to begin his 51 years of practicing dentist- ry, making brighter smiles around Lovell and the sur- rounding areas. Scott and Kathleen raised seven chil- dren and have called Lovell their home since 1953. His greatest accomplishment and greatest joy came from raising those seven chil- dren and their extended posterity. He was excep- tionally proud of his chil- dren's accomplishments in education, athletics, mu- sic and their chosen profes- sions. Scott and Kathleen took great pride in attend- ing the numerous events in which their children partic- ipated and performed. Their loving children are Chauna W. Bischoff of Lovell, Robert P. Welch (Dori) of Salt Lake City, Dr. Scott P. Welch of Lovell, Dr. Bradley P. Welch' (Cin- dy) of Las Vegas, Dr. Greg P. Welch (Wendy) of Las Vegas, Dr. Barry P. Welch (Lori) of Cody and Krys- tal W. Brown (Carl) of Houston. Scott and Kath- leen greatly influenced their seven children, 33 grandchildren and 15 great-grandchildren. Scott was an accom- plished athlete as the starting quarterback for the University of Wyo- ming football team in 1946 and 1947, achieving All- Conference status at that position. While waiting for placement into dental school, Scott was the assis- tant football coach for the Wyoming Cowboys fresh- man football team. He was an accom- plished musician and loved to sing with his brothers, family and his wife. They performed throughout the state at many functions. In his profession, Dr. Welch was active in state, na- tional and international dental committees, includ- ing serving on numerous boards. He served in many offices including president of the American Associa- tion of Dental Examiners and president of the Wyo- ming Dental Association. He was honored by the American Dental Associa- tion with a "Distinguished Service" award in 1984. He also was honored with the great distinction of being named The American As- sociation of Dental Exam- iners "Citizen of the Year" in 1988 by the AADE. A member of the Amer- ican Dental Association and the Wyoming Dental Association, Dr. Welch at- tended the National ADA meetings as the delegate for Wyoming for 15 years. He served as president in 2001 of the Pierre Faucha- rd Academy, an interna- tional honor dental orga- nization. He received the Outstanding Contribution to the Arts and Sciences of Dentists award in June 1995. Many of his colleagues remember his vivacious personality and how he showed love for his commu- nity by placing roses on the lapels of everyone he met, as well as delighting every- one with honey candy from Queen Bee Gardens. His influence and prominence in his field inspired many from the Big Horn Basin to pursue his chosen profes- sion as their own. Within his community he served on the North Big Horn Hospital Board for 24 years, Big Horn County School District No. 2 Board for 29 years and the Fos- ter Gulch Golf Board for 25 years. Scott was very active in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. He served as bishop of the Lovell First Ward from 1959 to 1966. He served on the Stake High Council and in the Big Horn Stake Pres- idency as a counselor to President M. Dale Ensign. Scott is survived by all seven children, three sisters, Alys Winterhol- ler, Ilene Harvey (Duane) and Louise Croft (Ed) and one brother John C. Welch (Jane). He was preceded in death by his wife of 65 years, Kathleen Peterson; his parents Charles Golden and arc Welch; six broth- ers Golden, Arthur, Joey, Ford, Thomas and Gil- bert; three sisters, Helen Paris, Maida Dalton and Mae Brown and two. great- grandchildren, Keeyan and Kyla Kynn Welch. Funeral services will be held on Friday, Nov. 23, in the Lovell Stake Center at 2 p.m. Interment will follow at the Cowley Cemetery. A viewing will be held one hour prior to services at the church. Online condolenc- es may be sent to www. haskellfuneralhome.com. Tree of Love program under way Volunteers of the North Muller, Carol Romero, Lo- ' Big Horn Hospital and New rece Doerr and Randy Smith. Horizons Care Center were The gift shop was stocked greatly pleased by the re- with Christmas items, and sponse to the recent soup sales have been very good. and pie and bake sale and The Tree of Love program are looking forward to an will begin soon. An ornament even larger response next can be purchased in memory year. The following people or honor of loved ones at the won door prizes: Deb Arm- gift shop. Prices are $1 for strong, Lola Padilla, Deb- silver, $5 green, $10 red, $15 bie McConnaghay, Jennifer blue and $25 gold. LMS honor roll released Lovell Middle School has released a list of hon- or roll students for the first quarter of the 2012-13 school year. The following students earned a spot on the Princi- pal's Honor Roll by earning a 4.0 GPA: Mandi Baxen- dale, Paige Bischoff, Jessica Caldwell, Grace Edwards, Jacob Grant, Lily Jones, Madyson Jones, Emily Mangus, Alea Mayes, Kait- lyn Mickelson, Andrea Mon- terde, Freedom Rule-Man- roy and Brent Snyder. Students on the Scho- lastic Honor Roll earning a GPA of 3.62-3.99 were: Ty- lee Bassett, Karlee Burton, Stormi Buster, Benjamin Cornia, Megan Cornia, Kay- lee Englert, Trysa Flood, Kade Gifford, Savannah Jol- ley, Trecelle Jolley, Amirah Ktian, Brenden Lundberg, Niquita Mangus, Mikel May, Meyja McArthur, Del- anee Miller, Bailey Mitch- ell, Kelsie Mollett, Trace Murphey, Samantha New- man, Porter Nichols, Eliz- abeth Price, Kendra Price, Kendal Rasmussen, Hunt- er Steenbakkers, Billie Til- lett, Teann Tippetts, Jor- dan Vasquez and Chasnee Zeller. Students on the Merit Honor Roll earning a GPA of 3.0-3.61 were: Riley Abra- ham, Makenna Adey, Daryn Allred, Justan Angal, Aus- tin Ballard, Kelly Bloch, Madison Bryson, Kyle Bur- ton, Jaret Collins, Magda- lene Cruz, AnaMia Davila, William DeFuentes, Anto- nio Garza, Talon Grant, Ja- son Harford, David Hes- senthaler, Brandon Holzer, Natalia Jolley, Carter Krei, Will Lillard, Christopher Lopez, Daneil Luna, Reece May, Mylee McArthur, Jo- seph Mickelson, Temper- ance Sage Mickelson, Jade Minchow, Dalton Nixon, Kortney Renner, Brianna Rivera, Mathew Savage, Hannah Sawaya, Alyssa Schneider, Jeremy Schnei- der, Jazmyn See, Emi- ly Snell, Jack Steed, Ty- ler Teter, Larissa Tippetts, Katrina Twitchell, Shelby Wardell, Kera Wilkerson, Sierra Wilkerson and Kyle Wolvington. Ellianor Annetta Anderson Oct. 10, 1930- Nov. 15, 2012 Ellianor Annetta An- derson died Thursday, Nov. 15, 2012, after a long illness. She spent the last few years of her life in the New Horizons Care Center enjoying the company of her sister Hannah. All the staff members of the Care Center knew Ellianor to be very kind and loving. They enjoyed taking care of her. She was born to Hans and Nellie Haggen on Oct. 10, 1930, in Lovell. She was married to the hand- some Elton Esmond An- derson, who died on Feb. 27, 1992. She was sealed in the Salt Lake Temple on March 10, 1948. She loved to work in her beautiful iris gar- den, which surrounded her home. When she was alone she liked to sing and play the piano, but most- ly she loved to spend time with her family. She was an expert seamstress. Her cooking and baking were famous, at least to her family. She was generous with both her time and her resources. She was always will- ing to give of herself to anyone in need. Her life was dedicated to nur- turing her family. She worked throughout her life to provide for her fam- ily and was knowledgeable about both fabrics and auto parts. She worked for many years with her neph- ews and sister at the auto- motive shop. She loved to go for drives and all her grandchildren looked for- ward to those trips. She was preceded in death by her husband El- ton, sons Gene, Jack and David, daughter Shirley, one grandson, four broth- ers and one sister. Her loving presence will be missed by her sur- viving family: Gall and Le- roy Collins of Lovell, Rex and Betty Anderson of Lovell, Jean Kay and Rob- ert Howe of South Jordan, Utah, 16 grandchildren and 39 great-grandchildren. Graveside services were held on Monday, Nov. 19, 2012, at the Lovell Cemetery. Haskell Funer- al Home was in charge of arrangements. Please submit obituaries to us via e-mail: Icnews@tctwest.net; fax:307-548-2218; or bring to our office at 234 E. Main St., Lovell, Wyoming Please recycle this newspaper. Recycling bins are located in the Red Apple Supermarket parking lot in Lovell. \\; /; Serving Northern . Big Horn County I U.ited  " J Mvt/,odist I[ J 11 "at the coY:;: -/ Park & Shoshone, Lovell Pastor Paula Morse Church: 548-7478 8:30 Deaver Worship 10:30 Lovell Worship Louell flssembly 0fG0d Church 310 Idaho flue., Louell Services Sunday School - 9:45 am Morning Worship -- 10:50 am Sunday Night - 6:30 pm Wad. Bible Study - 7 pm Rev. Dan Jarvis 548-7105 I [ The Bible Church 1Worship Service / Prayer 7 pnl l0000.00zs0,,oo, 'ill&.e., Mc"a'+ 110:30 am  56 E. Main 1Bible Lesson  Lovell L6 . pm flol;,z,s. 5th & Montana, 548-7127 . Rev. Christopher Brandt Thanksgiving Service at 10 am 9:15 am Bible Study 10:30 am Worship Service Wednesday Service 7 30 pm The Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod Faith Southern Boptlst I c.uv00. -4-1 340 E. 3rd St., Lovefl Pastor Michael McKnight |t 548-6561  I Services: Sunday School 9:46 am I Morn. Womhlp 1t am Eve. Worship 6 pm I Wed. Bible Study 7 prn I ' -:00eph "s CathOlic Church 1141 Shoshone Ave. Lovell Sacdfice of the Mass Sunday - 11:30 am Thursday - 12 noon Reverend Glenn Whewell 00iQQ g 00ov. 22 g i, observance o North Big Horn Hospital Clinic will be closed Thursday  Friday, November 22  23. The clinic will open on Sat., Nov. 24from 9 am to noon. %',rri $i 'i',+m 'H[,;itd'_nirrict 1115 Lane 12 kovell NORTH BIG HORN HOSPITAL CLINIC 548-5201 www nbhh.com  aemllllm ! ! u lm  u m m ullmlt [ Due to the Thanksgiving holiday, there I ! I will be no Byron Solid Waste garbage t I pickup on Friday, November 23. t I I I We will resume I I normal routes on I Monday, November 26. & 548-7021 T 1 'I .,. i' 1 l| I|I,(,K ! l IIlI.LPll Rated PG 101 minutes Friday, Nov. 23 7 pm Saturday, Nov. 24 3&7pm Coming soon: Hotel Transylvania LovellVolleyball State Championship Jackets l=undraiser Fireman's Ilib Dlunel00 Tuesday November 27 S-7 pm Lovell Fire Hall * I 0/ticket Tickets can be purchased fromthe LovellVlleyball team members, Lovell Drug or Chronicle.