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Tribune Staff

(Sept. 23, 2003)

A graveside memorial service for Wilson Lindsay, 85, Powell, was conducted Monday, Sept. 29 at Crown Hill Cemetery.

(Sept. 22, 2003)

Donald Robert Moore died Monday, Sept. 22 in St. Cloud, Minn. He was 76.

(Sept. 2003)

Marvin Alan Enes, 56, died unexpectedly at his home in Powell this week.

(Sept. 21, 2003)

Robert Earl Nielsen, 82, died Sunday, Sept. 21 at Powell Valley Healthcare Center.

(Sept. 20, 2003)

Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated today (Thursday, Sept. 25) at 10 a.m. at St. Barbara's Catholic Church for James J. Kopriva, 65, who died Saturday, Sept. 20 at Rocky Mountain Manor in Powell.

(Sept. 14, 2003)

Funeral services are scheduled Saturday, Sept. 20 at 3 p.m. at St. Paul Lutheran Church in Thermopolis for Elaine Werbelow, 73, Thermopolis, who died Sunday, Sept. 14 at St. Vincent Hospital in Billings, Mont., following a period of declining health.

Sam Kawano

(Sept. 12, 2003)

Former Powell resident Sam Kawano, 69, died Friday, Sept. 12 at his Billings, Mont., home after a long battle with cancer.

(Sept. 9, 2003)

Mel Cozzens died of an apparent heart attack in Cody Sept. 9, while he took his daily walk with wife Betty at Beck Lake.

(Sept. 9, 2003)

Memorial services will be held Saturday, Sept. 20 at 2 p.m. at the Powell LDS Church for a former Powell and Cody resident, Richard Kent Johnson, 53.

(Sept. 9, 2003)

A memorial service was held Saturday at the fairgrounds in Powell for Brad Allen Beavers, 36, of Gillette, who died Tuesday morning, Sept. 9 in an accident at the RAG Belle Ayre coal mine near Gillette.

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