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2 I The Lovell Chronicle I December 1, 2016 + John L. Oct. 23, 1934 John L. Donaldson died peacefully Nov. 20, 2016, at St. Vincent Healthcare in Billings. He was 82. He was born Oct. 23, 1934, in Maquon, Ill., to Hilma Cowman and Leo Donaldson. John served in the U.S. Army from 1957-1959. He married Christine Cline on July 12, 2013, in Powell. John was a member of Elks, Eagles, American Le- gion, Ducks Unlimited and Pheasants Forever orga- nizations. He was an avid hunter and sportsman. He also was instrumental in starting and organizing the Wyoming Auctioneer Asso- ciation and served as presi- dent for one term. In his life John owned and operated a service sta- tion, was one of the first salesmen to introduce the Bobcat Skid Steer Loader, Donaldson - Nov. 20, 2016 Raymond J. Lutterman Aug. 24, 1930 - Nov. 24, 2016 Raymon J. Lutterman died Nov. 24, 2016, at the .................................... New Horizons Care Cen- ter in Lovell. He was born on Aug. 24, 1930, in Black- well, Wis., the son of Em- ery and Minnie (Schmidt) Lutterman. son and his sisters Pauline Johnson and Elaine Morss. He is survived by his Ray was raised and ed- ucatedin Wisconsin, grad- uating from high school in 1948. He received a foot- ball scholarship from the wife Christine of Pow- ell, sister Leona Runyan of Peoria, Ill., and many nieces and nephews. University of Wyoming and played football for the Uni- versity of Wyoming 1950- 51-54-55. During this time, he was all conference cap- tain of the team (tackle). He played in the Sun Bowl and the Gator Bowl during this time. Ray married Bonnie Jean Loomis Aug. 6, 1955. Services were held on He graduated from the Uni- Wednesday, Nov. 30, at versity of Wyoming May 26, Thompson Funeral Home 1956, with honors. Ray then with Gary Mills officiating, went into the service. He ceived his master's degree in physical education. While in Laramie they had their fourth child Hei- di, which made their family complete. Ray and his fam- ily then moved to Powell, where he was the Recre- ation Director for six years then later became Gener- al Commissioner and was BY DAVID PECK lowed at 7p.m. by the first, it's holiday concert third and fifth grades with season in North Big Horna short intermission in be- County, and the first oftween sets. Mandie Asay nine concerts is scheduled directs the program. for tonight at Lovell High School. The Lovell High School Concert Choir and Swing Choir, under the direction of Linnea Dickson, will take the stage tonight, Thurs- day, at the LHS Multi-pur- pose Room. The baton The Lovell Middle School Bands, under the di- rection of Jessica Schreiner, will also perform in concert Tuesday, taking the stage at the high school multi-pur- pose room at 7 p.m. The balance of the con- cert season is as follows: comes down at 7 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 8 - , On Monday, Dec. 5, Lovell Middle School its Rocky Mountain's turn Choirs, 7 p.m., LHS as the Cara Sommers and Multi-purpose Room. Mandie Asay join forces to Monday, Dec. 12 - direct the Rocky Moun- Lovell Elementary School tain Middle School/High K-12 program, 6 p.m., Hyart School choirs in concertTheatre. at 7 p.m. at the Great Hall (Commons) in the school in Cowley. There are two con- certs scheduled for Tues- day, Dec. 6. Rocky Moun- tain Elementary School will Tuesday, Dec. 13 - Lovell Elementary School third grade play, "How to Train Your Reindeer:' 7 p.m., Hyart Theatre. Thursday, Dec. 15 - Lovell High School Bands, 7 worked for Basin Equip- A reception followed at the served in Fort Ord, Calif., there for 17 years. Ray and hold its annual Christmas p.m., Multi-purpose Room. ment Co. and was a partner Powell Eagles Lodge. and Korea as a supply clerk. Bonnie moved to Oregon concert at the school gym Tuesday, Dec. 20 - in Swenson-Anderson Im- Memorials may be During the time at Fort Ord and Washington, then backbeginning at 6:30 p.m. with Rocky Mountain Middle/ plement Co. He owned andmade to a charity of choice, he played football with the to Wyoming, which he al, the kindergarten, secondHigh School Bands, 7 p.m., operated Country Wide Thompson Funer- Fort Ord Warriors. Whileways considered his home.grade and fourth grade fol- Great Hall. Auction and Equipment of Powell for more than 25 years, can be sent to the family at John was preceded www.thompsonfuneral.net in death by his larst wife, or P.O. Box 807, Powell, WY Joyce, brother Lyle Donald- 82435. al Home is in charge of ar- he was serving his coun- He is survived by his rangements. Condolences try, his first child Scott was children Scott (Lorri) Lut- Larry H. Slater Feb. 28, 1944 - Nov. 29, 2016 Larry H. Slater died on Nov. 29, 2016, at North Big Horn Hospital in Lovell at the age of 72. He was born to Howard and Norma Slater on Feb. 28, 1944, in Powell. After receiving his teaching credentials, he came to Lovell and taught Ag and FFA for 25 years. During that time, he also started Big Horn Engraving and Sign, a business based in Lovell that and two brothers, Mike and Jim, both of Powell. Memorial services are planned for Friday, Dec. 2, at the Lovell High School Gymnasium at 11 a.m. A re- ception will be held at the Lovell Bible Church immedi- ately following the services, Those attending are invited to bring a dish to share. Condolences can be sent to the family online at www.haskellfuneralhome. com. had many customers from around the state. Larry is survived by his children and grandchildren: Tina Everheart, her part- ner Bill and her children Scott and Lacee; Tim Slater and his wife Lindsey and his children Shalin and Denna; and Tammy Barnhart and her husband Ron and their daughter Connie. Ten years ago Larry met Kathy and they became life partners. She has two sons, their spouses and three grandchildren. He is also survived by a sister, Lin- da Kountz of Jordan, Mont., "Christmas Gift Certificates '/2 delivered every week, [!he Bible Chu ] ...... Prayer 7 PM To find out how call /s.. ay S .ool M N.bb/ 307-548-2217. /IO:3OAM 56E. Mainl 1Bible Lesson Lovell J L6 PM St. Joseph's ] Catholic Church 1141 Shoshone Ave. Lovell, WY Sacrifice of the Mass Tuesday & Thursday - 6 PM Friday & Saturday - 8 AM Sunday - 11 AM i | ~11~ i| i I Rosary 10:30AM !:!11 :1 I before Mass. l~illlli: ~il I Conf.s ons I I iili I Tuesday & Thursday ~, I s:155:45 ,M F /iN or by appt. I Serving Northern~ tlF/.,~ Big Horn CountyI II U,,ilvd U/,/,od,.[. ) I ~at the corner of I Park & Shoshone, Lovell I 307-548-7478 I Reverend Jim Barth [ born in Wheatland. terman, Lisa Lutterman, He returned to Lara-Loft (AI) Young and Hei- mie and joined the ROTC di Lutterman; grandchil- and received his commis dren Trevor (Tana) Lutter- sion as a 2nd Lieutenant man, Amy(Quint)Gonzales, and went to Fort Benning, Kristina Robison, Amber Ga. (1957). In August 1957, (Brandon) Mangus, Jessi- Ray and Bonnie and family ca "Dani" Rael, Sara (Shane) moved to Casper where he Walker, Haylee Young, The Northwest College Concert Choir and Powell High School Choir will once again join forces to present coached football, wrestling Jash (Kristen) Lutterman,the annual Vespers concert and track. During this time Tessa Lutterman and 19 on Wednesday, Dec. 7, at his first daughter Lisa was great-grandchildren. 7:30 p.m. born in Wheatland. Funeral services were This popular annu- In 1961 they moved toheld on Monday, Nov. 28, al holiday music event is the Loomis Ranch and re- 2016, at St. Joseph's Catho- hosted at the Powell First sided there. In 1962, anoth- lic Church in Lovell. Burial United Methodist Church, er daughter Lori was born. was in the Wheatland Cem-located at 137 West Second Then in 1965 Ray went back etery on Tuesday, Nov. 29, Street. to Laramie where he re- 2016. Under the direction of NWC Director of Choirs Brennan Baglio and PHS Choir Director John Miller, the two choirs will present a program of choral music ranging from holiday fa- vorites to spirituals, among other sacred and secular works. NWC student perform- ers from Wyoming include Mary Ann Felt, Tyla Finn, Richard Mangali and Mi- randa May of Lovell. Ralph LaVar Heath Ralph La Var Heath, ing/Visitation will be held 96, formerly ofl urlington, one hour prior to ser- died on Mondah/, Nov. 28, vices at the-church. Burial at his home in Billings.will be in the Otto Funeral Services will Cemetery. be held on Saturday, Dec. Haskell Funeral Home 3, at the Burlington LDSin Lovell is in charge of Chapel at 10 a.m. View- arrangements. Lovell Assembly of God Church 3 ! 0 Idaho Ave., hovell Services Sunday School -- 9:45 AM Morning Worship -- 10:50 AM Sunday Night -- 6:30 PM Wed. Bible Study -- 7 pM Rev. 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