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2 I The Lovell Chronicle I December 18, 2014 DO YOU NEED ASSISTANCE WITH LATE RENT OR UTILITIES? + TCT sale meeting Saturday in Basin BY KARLA POMEROY A special meeting of the Tri County Telephone Co- operative will be held at 10 a.m. this Saturday, Dec. 20, in Basin at the TCT shop. Finalization of the counting of the votes for the sale of the company will oc- cur at this time, with people having until 10 a.m. to cast votes or to change votes. TCT CEO Chris David- son said they will be check- ing mail that morning to get any ballots in the mail and there will be someone at the Cody office in case bal- lots are dropped off Satur- day morning. Ballots can be brought to the meeting prior to 10 a.m. Also at the meeting there will be the vote for the oversight committee. There are 20 members nominated. The election of the oversight committee will only be nec- essary if the sale of TCT is approved, Davidson said. All votes cast will be counted and a member does not need to be present at Sat- urday's meeting in order for his/her vote to be counted. Davidson said he is hop- ing that the elections com- mittee and the board will allow the votes to be made public. The Big Horn County commissioners voted Tues- day on the TCT transaction. Alr some discussion about all the information they have received from different sides and asking for input, the commissioners voted unani- mously to cast a "no" vote for the county. One main con- cern expressed by all three commissioners was the in- formation from the Save Our Co-op committee that the price is not a fair price. The county, if the trans- action goes through, would receive about $13,000 from the 911 lines in Burlington and Hyattville. The Big Horn County School District No. 1 Board of Trustees voted "no" on the transaction at its November board meeting. According to business manager Richard Parker, the district would receive $280,000 if the transaction goes through. He said the district would have to ear- mark the funds for a specif- ic project, otherwise it would be turned back to the state to be considered as part of the district's overall general fund funding model. Two holiday performances left for local-school districts Most of the local Christmas concerts have been per- formed in North Big Horn County, but there are still two events to be staged by local schools. The Lovell Middle School music performance class will present a play at 7 p.m. tonight (Thursday, Dec. 18) at the LMS Commons. The final concert of the season is scheduled for Mon- day, Dec. 22, at 7 p.m. when the Lovell High School Choir and the LHS Swing Choir perform at the new high school auditorium/multi-purpose room. Public comments period set for county's Public Lands Policy Office The Big Horn Coun- ty Commission will consid- er the establishment of the Public Lands Poliw Office at the 11 a.m. session hi their regular meeting Tuesday, Jan. 6. The commissioners have scheduled one hour to receive public comment and consider the topic. They encourage all citi- zens with ideas or opinions about this topic to attend and share those at the 11 a.m. session. The commissioners vot- ed Nov. 18 to approve a job description and a budget for thb '-pOsition. The bud- get of $}61000, that includes a $12,000 salary, is for six months through the end of the current fiscal year, which ends June 30. At the Nov. 18 meeting the commissioners noted their intent to hire outgoing com- missioner Keith Grant for the position in order to utilize his federal lands experience and knowledge. Jofm ":s Rev. Christopher Brandt 9:15 am Bible Study and Sunday School 10:30 am Worship Service The Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod St. Joseph's Catholic Church 1141 Shoshone Ave., Lovell, WY Sacrifice of the Mass f' Sunday - : 11:30 am t t ThursdaY;m " i Reverend Glenn Whewell Early Deadline! ...... The Lovell Chronicle will observe an  i!!! "' early deadline for the next two weeks. All advertisements, public notices, corresponden i!+ [ and other submissions must in by noon on I Monday, Dec. 22 for the Dec. 25 edition and i], Monday, Dec. 29 for the ]an. 1 edition. ] .... Thank you! I I .... I Thomas M. Tebbs Aug. 27, 1938 - Dec. 9, 2014 Thomas Merrill Tebbs was born Aug. 27, 1938, to Jesse Meeks Tebbs and Harriett (Hattie) Merrill Tebbs in his parents' home on the Tebbs Ranch west of Cowley. He weighed more than 12 pounds. Tom was educated in the original Cowley grade school and high school. When he was 18 he worked for Taggart Construction under the tutelage of Paul Meeks and McKay Well- ing and the other workers. He was a hard worker and was promoted to driving heavy machinery at a very young age. Tom met Sharon Green in Sheridan, and they married. Tom and Sharon moved to Cowley after the marriage and he worked at the ranch with his dad, Jesse, and grand- father James S. Tebbs. Their three children Tere- sa, Tom and Tim were born in the Lovell Hospital. After a few years Tom and his family moved to Billings, where he began a sales job for the Fuller Brush Co. and soon rose to be their top salesman. He also worked as an in- surance man and that led him to further his ca- reer in other sales jobs. He moved to Las Vegas with Sharon and the kids and sold insurance. They later divorced. Tom met Marcy Heine in Las Vegas. It was love at first sight and they were married six months later. Marcy brought two beautiful daughters, Pa- mela and Barbara, to the marriage. Tom brought his own beautiful daugh- ter Teresa and two hand- some boys, Tom and Tim, to the marriage. Tom's career took the family to Salt Lake City and soon the couple had two more boys, Tyler and Dan. The family was complete and the two raised sex;en chil- dren together. Years later the fami- ly moved to Park City for a few years, then back to Las Vegas as Tom went on to be a successful sales- man until his retirement. He was meticulous, hand- some and diligent, and he dedicated himself to his ca- reer that he loved. He pro- vided for and loved his family and was a vigilant salesman even af- ter he retired. He could charm anyone with his personality and his high intelligence and drive to succeed. Tom was preceded in death by his father and mother, his older brother, Jesse M. Tebbs Jr., his be- loved wife Marcy and his son Timothy Tebbs. He is survived by his daugh- ter Teresa Tebbs (Frank) Masterson, his son Thom- as and grandson Ryker, his daughter Barbara Hin- kley and her daughter Ma- rissa Ann and son Clyde' Daniel Hinkley, his daugh- ter Pamela (Harnut) Nig- gemeier and their children Derek, Blake and Austin; his son Tyler (Lori) Tebbs, his son Dan (Jen) Tebbs and their two children Ty- ler and Charlotte Tebbs; his daughter-in-law Clau- dia and her two daughters Lauren and Sophia (Tim's wife and children) and three great-grandchildren. He is also survived by sisters Marian and her hu-sWa'nd Jack Purcel, Sid- ney ld her. husband Pat- rick Whalen, Helen and her husband John Schwartz and Drue Tebbs-Meek. Tom waited for Mar- cy to come and take him to heaven and she did on Tuesday, Dec. 9. He is through with his suffer- ing and is with his wife and son and other family members. Louell flssembly of God Church 310 Idoho flue., Louell Services Sunday School - 9:45 am Morning Worship - 10:50 am Sunday Night -- 6:30 pm Wed. Bible Study - 7 pm Rev. Dan Jarvis 548-7105 / / I / t ' Serving Northern  tod ig Horn County Metho,&C/ch, 93 years at the corner of Park & Shoshone, Lovell 307-548-7478 Reverend Jim Barth Sunday: 9:30am Charles Burl "Chuck" Pellet Jr. Nov. 18, 1949 - Nov. 30, 2014 Charles Burl "Chuck" Pellet Jr., 65, died on Nov. 30, 2014, in Colorado Springs, Colo. He was born Nov. 18, 1949, in Evanston and was raised in Mountain View, Wyo., and in various oilfield communities throughout the midwestern states. Chuck was a loving fa- ther and grandfather. He worked for UPS for37 years. Chuck enjoyed playing the guitar, singing and outdoor activities in Colorado and . Wyoming. He served oth- ers throughout his life by his choice of employment and sharing of his resources with family and friends, or any- one in need of a friend, espe- cially the music. Chuck was preceded in death by his son, Scan Pel- let, his parents, Charles Burl "Buck" Pellet and Mary "Naomi" Wilson Felix Pellet, a brother, Jerry Dwayne Fe- lix, a nephew, Jerry Brionne Tanner, and sister-in-law Gladys Felix. He is survived by his four children, Jus- tin (Val) Pellet, Heidi (Brad) Hubbell, "Gini (Eric) Allen and Jennifer (Jon) Meyer; nine grandchildren; a broth- er, Wilson Felix; sister-in- law Flo Felix; sisters Christy Pellet (John) Petrich and Jic- ki Pellet (Mike) Brown and many nieces, nephews, ex- tended relatives and friends. A remembrance gath- ering was held on Mon- day, Dec. 8, 2014, in Col- orado Springs. More information is available on the Springs Funeral Ser- vices website at http://www. thespringsfuneralservices. com/obituary/Chuck-Pol- let/Colorado-Springs CO/1456897#sthash. FvqLDEkU.KMq38OrE. dpuf. Ricky Thorpe Oct. 25, 1950 - Dec. 9, 2014 Memorial services for Ricky Thorpe were held Sat- urday, Dec. 13, at the Grey- bull Elks Lodge. Ricky, 64, died Dec. 9 at his home in G reybull. Rick and his wife, Jack- ie, moved to Greybull in 1972 when Rick went to work for the Greybull Police Depart- ment. During his time in Greybull, Rick was a cop, an EMT, firefighter and owner of Rick's Towing and Auto Repair for 24 years. He retired in 2006 and spent his time fishing, camp- ing and four-wheeling. He especially enjoyed spending time with his grandchildren. Riky wis-precedbd in death by :his parents, Lo- raine and Lyle "Goodeye" Moffit, and his father-in-law, Stub Jacobs. He is survived by his wife of 43 years, Jackie Ja- cobs Thorpe; two daughters, Tony Wainscott and Tori Robbins; sister Bonnie Bet- kin; brother, Larry Thorpe; seven grandchildren, Jor- dan and Ha/lee Hansen, Jax- on and Maddex Robbins, Mycah, Mitchel and Denton Wainscott, and a "dog that wasn't his - Cricket." Memorial donations in Rick's name can be made to the hospice of your choice. The Bible Church . .  U!::: e  Prayer 7 pm ] Rev. Kurt McNabb [10:30 am 56E. Main [Bible Lesson Lovell 6 pm Do you need assistance with past due medical bills, dental work or glasses? Contact Julie or Sara at NOWCAP, 307-347-6185, and ask about our CSBG Emergency Assistance funds. Thank You Friends of the Library for letting us host your Christmas party! Thank You Midway Auto Sales for letting us host your Christmas party! OVII, yo " Wyoming's'; 548- 7021 www.hyarttheater.com : LOVELL The Best of Me .......... Rated PG-13 118 min. Friday, Dec. 19, 7 pm Saturday, Dec. 20 3&7pm Coming soon: Penguins of Madagascar Special thanks for the generous donation to the Hyart Digital Conversion to Lave# Drug, Miller's Fabrication, Bairco, Bank of Levell, GK Construction and Midway Motors. Emilee Reasch Em&e scored 19 pu., hM 2# rebow 7 blocb arM 7 aeds to be Lotel! en dTe season with wins over WIHS and RMHS. Sponsored by z Zeke Collins Zeke won the 195 lb. division at the Powell wrestling tournament. He has a tremendous work ethic and always gives 100%. ('n tln_xnnec.,.00ns Gerry R. Burton MS LPS L;ounsellng 307-272-4972 Connecting Mind, Body and Spirit Rocky Mountain Middle/High School Students.00ta. Quarter Rocky Mountain Middle/High School students of the first quarter are (l-r) Kaitlyn Hayes, Abigail Arnold, Travis Banks, Cassidy Crosby, Casey Banks, Jennifer Parker, Summer Johnson and Gerardo Beltran. Sponsored by ............... L C T R C 955 E. South St., Powell 307-754-7252 I