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Obituaries

Dale C. Montoya

(Sept. 2, 1934 - March 20, 2017)

Dale C. Montoya, 82, of Powell died Monday, March 20, 2017, at Cheyenne Regional Medical Center in Cheyenne, with his family by his side. Dale died suddenly of respiratory issues brought on by pneumonia and unknown causes.

Jerry Ronald Tilley

(April 18, 1936 - March 19, 2017)

Jerry Ronald Tilley was born April 18, 1936, to Loren Tilley and Leona Hoffman Tilley in Kane, Wyoming. His birth was an unusual event due to the fact that he was premature, delivered by his own mother and placed in the oven to keep him warm.

Janice Mae Stokes

(Feb. 25, 1945 - March 14, 2017)

Janice Mae Stokes, 72, of Colorado Springs, Colorado, died March 14, 2017.

Edna M. Becker

(Sept. 4, 1923 - March 16, 2017)

Edna M. Becker, 93, of Powell, died March 16, 2017, at Powell Valley Hospital. 

John ‘Jay’ Moody

(Jan. 14, 1928 - March 17, 2017)

John “Jay” Moody, 89, died at West Park Hospital Long Term Care Center in Cody on March 17, 2017. John was born Jan. 14, 1928, in Farmington, Missouri, to Jackson and Oma Caudill Moody, the youngest of five children.

Jean LaVon (Weare) Barthell

Poorer for her absence, but richer for her visit, this world lost Jean LaVon (Weare) Barthell on February 23rd, 2017. Her journey ended in Moses Lake, WA, with grace, humor, courage and pioneer grit even in the midst of a breathless struggle. Jean was 83 but would have denied it.

James William Sanderson

(Sept. 12, 1971 - March 16, 2017)

James “Jimmy” William Sanderson, 45, of Powell, died Thursday, March 16, 2017, due to a single-car accident.

Gibson Lee Mathers

(1955 - 2017)

Gibson Lee Mathers passed away in his favorite place on earth, Elk Fork Canyon, doing his favorite activities hiking, and scouting for the perfect photograph. Though he was born in Marietta, Ohio to Mildred and Earl Mathers Sr., and lived for a time in Wisconsin, Gib was a true Wyomingite. He moved with his family to Laramie and soon became a star on the Laramie High School track team. During those years, Gib began to develop a deep love for the outdoors which became one of the defining characteristics of his life. Gib traveled the globe, but for him there was no place like Northwest Wyoming. His true passion was communing with nature and it is fitting that not a paw mark was found on him, as wildlife seemed to accept him as one of their own. He called North Fork, “God’s country” and it was his sanctuary.

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