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2 I The Lovell Chronicle I December 2, 2010 www. LovellChronicle.com / Frank Barrus through this loss. "Dad was always the Oct. 31, 1957- voice we heard over the Nov. 19, 2010 crowd, whether at sporting events or just out with our friends. He was always the Frank Leland Barrus, 'push' that made us strive 53, died Nov. 19, 2010, from to be better. We will miss complications of pneumo- our dad, husband, friend, nia at Providence Hospital coach, teacher, leader and in Anchorage. our biggest fan. We were A public viewing was all blessed and became bet- held at Anchorage Funeral ter individuals by having Home and a funeral service known him and have been was held at the LDS Bray- given another exceptional ton Chapel in Anchorage on example to live our lives Friday, Nov. 26. by." Frank Was born Oct. 31, Frank was preceded in 1957, in Cody. He earned death by his father Charles Eagle Scout honors and "Tunney" and brothers graduated from Cody High John and Chip. School in 1976. He served He is survived by his in the Tahiti, Papeete Mis- loving wife of 30 years, Bar- sion, for The Church of Je- bara, of Anchorage; chil- sus Christ of Latter-day dren Lindsay (Jeff) Ekins of Saints. Frank received Mona, Utah; Tiffany (Ryan) his bachelor's degree from Metcalf of Wasilla, Alaska; Brigham Young University Clayton (Makenna) Barrus and completed his MBA at of Cheney, Wash.; Chase of Oregon State University. Payson, Utah; and Natalie He met Barbara Em- and KaiLee of Anchorage mett of Lovell and married and grandchildren Alyssa, her in the LDS Idaho Falls Carson, Mason, Maylee, Is- Temple in 1980. He was a abelle, Athena, Baelyn and dedicated husband and fa- Tyson. ther of six. He loved shar- Those who would like inghiswealthofexperience to leave Barbara a mes- and knowledge of life with sage, visit his children and grandchil- www.legacy.com or go dren, which included hunt- to www.adn.com, follow the ing, fishing, baseball, foot- obituary link and search for ball, business and service. FrankBarrus.Messagescan His family wrote: be left until Dec. 24, 2010. "Dad fell in love with Alaska after just one fish-ii ................................. " ................... ing trip and moved with .......... ......... his family to Name in De- cember of 2001. He settled in Anchorage a few years .... ii: el :: :: ::::: ..... later. In 2008 his 'Alas- : kan Adventure' took him to Dillingham but was cut DAvm l~cg Area Toys For Tots leader Joe Mooney had two of his Buffalo Bill Young Marines helping spread the word about the toys program during the Lovell Holiday Mingle on Nov. 20. Helping Joe were Isaac Baird (left) and Jared Wilkerson. BY DAVID PECK in Lovell or by mail to Joe Mooney, P.O. The North Big Horn Basin Toys For Box 292, Byron, WY 82412. Checks may Tots program is once again gathering do- be made out to Toys For Tots. nated toys to be distributed to local chil- Toys For Tots provided toys to more dren in time for Christmas. than 1,200 kids in the north Big Horn Ba- Sponsored by the U.S. Marine Corps sin last year, Mooney said, and he said of Reserves, Toys For Tots is run locally by this year's effort, "I hope things will really the Buffalo Bill Young Marines organiza- start taking off." tion under the direction of Joe Mooney of He asks all toy and cash donations to Byron. Linda Boyce is the contact in south be completed by the weekend of Dec. 18- Big Horn County. 19. Mooney said many donation points There is also a special drive for service have already been established in north Big members this year - small toys that sol- Horn County. Toys may be dropped off atdiers can give to children as they patrol in town halls in Byron, Cowley, Deaver andIraq and Afghanistan such as Hot Wheels Frannie and in Lovell at all three banks, or Beanie Babies. the Red Apple Supermarket, Red Eagle, "Every year I like to have a little spe- Lange's Kitchen and the Switchback Grill. ciat program like that," Mooney said. "This There will be a toy drive at Pamida in year we're concentrating on small toys, Greybull this Saturday. Powell is also very and Bonnie Rouse of Powell will send thou- active with the program, and there are a sands of packages to servicemen in Iraq number: of drop-off points there, as well, and Afghanistan. The guys love little toys Mooney said. they can hand out to children. Toys For Tots can accept new, un- "Those kids have never seen anything wrapped toys, and cash donations may also like that, but kids are the same throughout be made at CK Hardware and Red Eagle the world." Crews from the Wyo- ming Department of Trans- portation have closed U.S. Hwy. 14A east of Lovell and west of Burgess Junc- tion for the winter begin- ning on Tuesday, Nov. 30. WyDOT seasonally closes this 22-mile stretch of scenic mountain road in the Big Horn Mountains of north-central Wyoming at the end of the fall hunt- ing season. Hunting season closed Nov. 30. 'We close the road sea- sonally as a safety precau- tion due to deep winter snow, limited visibility and drifting snow. This decision ties in with our mission of providing a safe, high qual- ity and efficient transpor- tation system for the citi- zens of Wyoming," said Ran Huff, Wyoming Depart- ment of Transportation dis- trict maintenance engineer in Basin. Seasonal road closure gates are located at Bur- gess Junction (just east of milepost 98.1) and on the Lovell side of the mountain near milepost 76.04. During the time the road is closed, motorists may use U.S. 14 via Gran- ite Pass and Greybull as an alternative route from Sheridan to Lovell. WyDOT will open U.S. 14-A next spring after crews spend a projected three weeks removing the Submitting an obituary photo? Minimum requirements: 3" across, 300 dpi, in road.Winter snowpack on the jpeg format oFacials oPedicures oManicures oMassages oWaxing oHair ii : oAcrylic Nails : : ii ..... ...... ii There is a new way to give money to the south window of the gift shop, Orna- ..... ii helpfundprogramsatthe'NewHoi"iz0ns mentsthatarepurchasedinhonorofloved ' i iii Care Center this year. ones will be attached to the painted tree. NHCC gift shop volunteers are selling All proceeds from the sale will be used for ornaments for the tree of love at the gift the needs of NHCC. ..... Roy shop and at the ward clerk office from now Prices are as follows: I SundaySchoolRcv. cNabbI I 240-]/2(alley) inE'Mainlovell until Christmas. Silver $1, green $5, red $10, blue $15, I o:30 m 54S-WgO ! I Bible Lesson 8th & Jersey I I f~+~-,/'~ K| 548-2456 ii The tree of love has been painted on gold $25. Lovell- J [ Re~Szczecbowski ~ ..................................................................................................................................................................................... i::i L Faith Southern Baptist J Louell I muum'l Church _4._ llssemblg %~"~ pa340rEMi3hdSelMLcKVie~htl or God 548-6561 l se ie.: s..,ay s,oe, ,:,,.m Church Morn. Womhip 11 am Eve. Womhip $ pm Wed. Bible Study 7 pm 310 Idaho flue., Louell services Sunday School -- 9:45 am Morning Womhip -- 10:50 am110:30 amWorship Service Sunday Night -- 6:30 pm Wed. Bible Study-7pm I Wed 7 Servlce//30n pro. Rev. 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Burns, Big Horn County Attorney Elect, is accepting resumes for the position of legal secretary Duties include preparation of legal pleadings and documents, answering telephone calls, filing, and scheduling The successful applicant must be proficient in word processing, possess strong communication skills, be organized, detail oriented, and be polite, courteous and respectful in high-pressure situations. Salary will be commensurate with experience, but will include benefits pursuant to County policy. Preference will be given to applicants with a paralegal or similar degree, or experience equivalent thereto. Please send a resume with cover letter and three references to: Michelle M. Burns, Attorney at Law, 500 Greybull Avenue, Greybull, WY 82426, by December 6, 2010, at noon. Big Horn County is an equal opportunity employer