Frank M. Bury Age 85 of Sheridan, WY
Died Friday, May 25, 2001, in the V.A. Medical Center, Sheridan
Born October 10, 1915, in Berkeley, West Virginia
Parents - George & Mary (Wolney) Bury
The family came to Wyoming when he was an infant. He grew up and attended schools in Kleenburn, WY. As a young man, he worked in the CCC Camps on many projects in the Big Horn Mountains. Frank served in the Army 3rd Division during W.W.II and made assault landings in North Africa, Sicily and Italy. After the war, he returned to Sheridan where he married Grace Templeton. They were later divorced. He worked as a Power Plant Operator at the Acme Power Plant for 27 years and then seven years for the Wyoming Highway Dept. until he retired. In 1964, he married Phyrne (Ginger) Barnes. They were married 34 years and spent many happy years camping in the Big Horn Mtns. Frank enjoyed cooking for friends and was known as a great fisherman. He enjoyed his friends, camping, hunting and fishing in the mountains.
Preceded in death by his wife Ginger, two brothers and three sisters.
SONS - Michael Bury, Montana
Ronald Bury, Lyman, WY
STEP SON - Roger Barnes, Pensacola, FL
STEP DAUGHTER - Cynthia Barnes-Dennis, Sheridan
2 GREAT GRANDCHILDREN
GRAVESIDE COMMITTAL OF CREMAINS WILL BE 9:30AM ON WEDNESDAY (MAY 30TH) IN SHERIDAN MUNICIPAL CEMETERY WITH FATHER RON STOLCIS OFFICIATING. ARRANGEMENTS ARE WITH CHAMPION FERRIES FUNERAL HOME.
Memorials may benefit the American Legion Post #7, 137 N. Brooks St., Sheridan
Martha Josephine Burke of Sheridan passed away on Wednesday, June 6, 2001, at Memorial Hospital of Sheridan County at the age of 76.
Mrs. Burke was born on January 16, 1925, in Slater Creek, Wyoming, to Frank Milford and Ica Belle (Truelove) Benedict. She married Robert Patrick Burke in September 1951 in Casper, Wyoming. Martha was a member of the VFW, Eagles and Royal Neighbors.
Preceding Martha in death were her parents; two sisters, Winnie and Florence; four brothers, George, Jim, Dutch and Bill; and her husband, Robert Burke.
She is survived by her three children, Merry Jo Reimers and Ben Dunning of Denver, Colorado, Richard White of Sheridan, Wyoming, and Pat Burke and Paula Lenz of Sheridan, Wyoming; nine grandchildren, Tammy Jo Maxted, Teresa Maxted, Tony Reimers, Randy White, Brian White, Tiffany Jo White, Holley Washington, Charlie Harshberger, Nicole Lenz; fourteen great-grandchildren; and one sister Rosa Smith of Seattle, Washington.
Cremation has taken place and committal will be by the family at a later date. Kane Funeral Home is handling the arrangements.
In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the Sheridan Senior Center Meals on Wheels Program in care of Kay Roush, First Federal Savings Bank, P.O. Box 6007, Sheridan, WY 82801.
Shelby Marie Buskirk, a new born baby of Jamie & Nancy (Schoenfelder) Buskirk
Died Wednesday, April 18, 2001, in St. Vincent's Hospital, Billings, MT
Born April 16, 2001, in Memorial Hospital of Sheridan County, Sheridan, WY
She was a member of the Old Apostolic Lutheran Church.
PARENTS - Jamie & Nancy Buskirk, Sheridan
GRANDPARENTS - Jon & Mona Schoenfelder, Sheridan
Debbie & Sonny Buskirk, Sheridan
GREAT GRANDMOTHER - Catherine Steckelberg, Piedmont, SD
NUMEROUS AUNTS, UNCLES & COUSINS
VIEWING WILL BE SUNDAY EVENING BEGINNING AT 6:30PM IN THE OLD APOSTOLIC LUTHERAN CHURCH. GRAVESIDE SERVICE WILL BE 2:00PM ON MONDAY IN SHERIDAN MUNICIPAL CEMETERY, BABY SECTION. ARRANGEMENTS ARE WITH CHAMPION FERRIES FUNERAL HOME.
Johnnie Mae Caddell 85 of Dayton passed away at Sheridan County Memorial Hospital on Sunday April 15th 2001.
Mrs. Caddell was born March 16th 1916, to Marvin and Maude (White) Maples in Dermott, Texas. Her mother Maude passed on in 1930, leaving Johnnie to raise the younger kids. There were six kids in the Maples family. In 1933 they moved to Polor, Texas. The depression was on and the ranchers could not pay their taxes, so the school had to close. The teachers were issued warrants and it was 21 years before they collected their money. The family then moved to Snyder, Texas, in 1934, where Johnnie graduated from Snyder High in 1935. Johnnie married Woodie Caddell of Snyder, Texas, and they moved to Big Timber, Montana, in 1952. Woodie had a 10-year-old son Steve who came to live with them. Johnnie’s father Marvin then passed away in 1962. In 1954, Johnnie and Woodie moved to Wyola were Johnnie worked at the Little Horn State Bank for 30 years, later going to work for the school in Wyola. In 1981 they moved to Dayton to enjoy retirement.
Johnnie was a past president of the VFW Post Aux # 10105. She was also a trustee of the Post for many years. She enjoyed cooking, crochet, reading, gardening, helping others and most of all her grandchildren and family.
Johnnie was preceded in death by her stepson Woodrow Stephen Caddell, one brother Harold Maples, one sister Zola Maples, and her parents Marvin and Maude Maples. She is survived by her husband Woodrow Caddell of Dayton ,WY; daughter-in-law Ernae Caddell of Soldotna, Alaska; her brothers Marvin Maples of Arvada, Colorado, and Rip Maples of Lubbock, Texas; one sister Francis Box of Dallas, Texas; grandchildren Stephanie Masters and husband Douglas of Dayton, WY; Sherri Caddell of Soldotna, Alaska; Michael Caddell of Laffette, Colorado; and five great grand children, Rebecca, Stephen, Jessica, Jacob, and Joshua Masters of Dayton, Wyoming.
A visitation will be held from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. on Wednesday, April 18, 2001, at the Dayton Congregational Church. The funeral service will be at the Dayton Congregational Church at 10:00am on Thursday, April 19, 2001 with Pastor Kevin McMahon officiating. Arrangements are through Kane Funeral Home
Memorials may be made to the Dayton Fire and Rescue in care of Mary Ann Rector, Ranchester State Bank, P.O. Box 789, Ranchester, WY 82839.
Charles E. Calentine, 74, of Sheridan, passed away on Saturday, April 7, 2001, at the Sheridan V.A. Medical Center.
Mr. Calentine was born July 7, 1926, to Naaman and Mildred (Conner) Calentine in Athens, Ohio. Chuck graduated from Amesville High School in Ohio in 1944. He joined the U.S. Navy during World War II and served 2 years. He moved to Sheridan and married Peggy Williams in 1946. Chuck rejoined the U.S. Navy in 1950 and served on PT boats. When he came home, he worked for Safeway and Mossholders and went to Business College for 2 years. He then moved to Worland, Wyoming, where he was administrator for the National Guard. He again joined the U.S. Navy, submarine service, in 1956. He served on several nuclear submarines including the USS Halibut, the “spy sub”. Chuck retired as Chief Petty Officer in 1974 and moved back to Sheridan, where he worked for Mossholders and the sawmill. He enjoyed traveling, country music and his family.
Mr. Calentine was preceded in death by his son Scott D. Calentine and a sister Marcella McKnight. He is survived by his wife, Peggy J. Calentine; his sons, Charles R. Calentine and Jeffrey W. Calentine of Sheridan; his daughters Sheila K. Silcott of Belbrook, Ohio, and Janine A. Demple of Herber City, Utah; his grandchildren, Kristine Vogel, Lisa Silcott, Jimmy Silcott, Sarah Calentine, Rick Calentine, Jay Calentine, Christopher Calentine, Corie Calentine, Stephanie Calentine, Justin Demple and Laura Demple; two great-grandchildren; his sisters, Jeanette Swart and Beverly Riffle; and his brother, Danny Calentine.
A visitation will be held from 6:00 - 8:00 p.m. on Tuesday, April 10, 2001 at Kane Funeral Home. The funeral service will be at Kane Funeral Home on Wednesday, April 11, 2001, at 2:00 p.m. with Pastor Ray Calentine officiating.
Memorials may be made to the Sheridan Senior Center in care of Kay Roush, First Federal Savings Bank, P.O. Box 6007, Sheridan, Wyoming, 82801.
Carol L. Carter, 64, of Sheridan, passed away on Tuesday, May 15, 2001, at Westview Health Care Center.
Mrs. Carter was born October 24, 1936, to Dale and Katherine (Trebilcock) Ellsworth in Rapid City, South Dakota. She graduated from high school and later married Douglas Carter.
Carol enjoyed providing for her children, art and selling Avon products.
Carol was preceded in death by her parents; her husband, Douglas; and her daughter, Christina Rice. She is survived by her sons, Chris Brackeen of Sheridan, Wyoming, and Kenny Brackeen of Denver, Colorado.
Graveside services will be held at a later date at Fort Logan National Cemetery in Denver, Colorado.
Edna M. Dexter
1908 - 2001
Edna M. Dexter, age 92, of Sheridan, WY, passed on to Saturday, June 23, 2001, in Sheridan Manor
Edna was born October 26, 1908, in Hulett, WY, to Edward & Dell (Grenier) Pollock.
She married W.C. “Bill” Dexter in 1927 and they lived in the Moorcroft, WY, area for several years. In 1940, they moved to Clearmont, WY, where after raising her children, she worked at the school lunch room, as a waitress in the cafes and helped with the ranch work when needed. Her real love was cooking, gardening and canning hundreds of jars of food every summer. Nobody every left the Dexter home hungry. They retired in 1978 and she moved into Sheridan in 1983.
She was preceded in death by her husband in 1981, two sons Donald and Paul, daughter -in-law Glenda Fowler Dexter, six brothers and sisters.
Edna is survived by one son Charles Dexter & his wife Donna of Sheridan, daughter Louise Hopes & her husband Guy of Bakersfield, CA, daughter-in-law Sadie Todd Dexter of Cheyenne, WY, ten grandchildren, 16 great grandchildren, and four great great grandchildren.
Viewing will be 9:00am until 5:00pm on Tuesday (June 26th) with the funeral service at 11:00am on Wednesday from Champion Ferries Funeral Home with the Rev. Douglas Goodwin officiating. Interment in Sheridan Municipal Cemetery.
Memorials may benefit the Donor’s Choice.
Pauline E. Dryden Age 92 of Sheridan, WY
Died Saturday, June 9, 2001, in Ranchester, WY
Born July 6, 1908, in Illinois
Parents - Henry & Bessie (Hanna) Roe
The family came to Billings, MT, when she was ten years old. Later they came to Sheridan and she graduated from Sheridan High School. She married Percy Dryden on June 2, 1926, in Sheridan. She played piano in small bands in Sheridan for many years. She played the organ for weddings, funerals and at the First Christian Church where she was a member. She was also a member of Eastern Star.
Preceded in death by her husband in 1974, son Bobby Gene, sisters Ernestine Lowther and Lola Smith, and her step sister Viola Soloman.
COMPANION - Rudy Schilling, Ranchester, WY
SON - Gerald Dryden
9 GREAT GRANDCHILDREN
SEVERAL NIECES AND NEPHEWS
VIEWING WILL BE 11:00AM UNTIL 5:00PM ON TUESDAY (JUNE 12TH) FROM CHAMPION FERRIES FUNERAL HOME WITH GRAVESIDE SERVICE AT 10:00AM ON WEDNESDAY IN SHERIDAN MUNICIPAL CEMETERY, MASONIC #8 SECTION, WITH THE REV. DOUGLAS GOODWIN OFFICIATING. ARRANGEMENTS ARE WITH CHAMPION FERRIES FUNERAL HOME.
Memorials may benefit the First Christian Church.