Robinson, 87, of Worland
Sept. 30 Margaret Jane Brown, 87, of Basin
Oct. 2 Angel Griffin Griffiths, 59, of Worland
Oct. 3 Ricky M. Brazell, 60, of Rawlins
Oct. 3 Leah M. Curtis, 96, of Siloam Springs, Arkansas, formerly of Worland
Sept. 30 Dixie Derby Goss, 94, of Keizer, Oregon, formerly of Greybull
Sept. 14 José Gómez, 70, of Seattle, formerly of Worland
Oct. 6 Mary Lou Baker, 86, of Ten Sleep, in Thermopolis
Sept. 26 Yvonne Bartlett, 85, Ft. Collings, Colorado, formerly of Worland
Oct. 9 Lois Williams, 91, Thermopolis
Oct. 11 John Richard Michelena, 70, of Shell
Oct. 9 Bobbie Jean Cloudy, 78, of Manderson, in Thermopolis
Sept. 25 Roy Oscar Girod, 82, of Columbus, Ohio, formerly of Worland
Oct. 15 James R. Trembath, 73, of Worland, in Billings, Montana
Oct. 14 Clark Eugene Mortimore, 79, of Thermopolis
Oct. 6 Mary Louise Baker, 86, of Ten Sleep, in Thermopolis
Oct. 18 Donna Jean Stromme, 86, of Worland
Oct. 14 Logan Dean Dobkins, 15, of Pinedale
Oct. 22 Albert T. DeMarco, 80, of Worand
Oct. 24 Daron Michael Shelp, 48, of Worland, in Billings, Montana
Oct. 24 Donald A. Fraser, 60, of Worland
Oct. 23 Clarence “Bud” Addison Brimmer, Jr., 82, of Cheyenne in Boulder, Colorado
Oct. 17 Shirley Ann Loberg, 79, of Cody
Daron Michael Shelp, 48 year old Worland resident, passed away at
St. Vincent Healthcare October 24, 2014 in Billings, Montana.
Memorial services will be held 11 a.m. on Monday, Oct. 27, 2014 at Bryant Funeral Home Chapel with Pastor Dale Thompson officiating. Online condolences may be made at www.bryantfuneralhomeonline.com. A full obituary will be ran in the Northern Wyoming Daily News Tuesday edition.
Shirley Ann Loberg, age 79, died Friday, Oct. 17, 2014 at Spirit
Mountain Hospice House in Cody.
She was born June 18, 1935 in Dickey, North Dakota. The daughter of Walter and Dollie Rumsey, she grew up and attended school in Jamestown, North Dakota. She married Willard Loberg in the Lutheran Church in Bismarck, North Dakota in 1957. They lived in Jamestown until 1960 when they moved to Casper where they raised their children through high school. In 1979 they moved to Cody where her husband, Willard, retired from Western Area Power Administration in 1986.
Shirley enjoyed spending time with her family. She loved shopping with her grandchildren and great-grandchildren. She did regular therapy at Gottsche and made wonderful friends during her time there. She was known for her strength, courage and her beautiful smile that lit up the room.
She was preceded in death by her husband, Willard Loberg in 2002.
Shirley is survived by her three children, Mavis (Bill) Metz and Randy Loberg all of Cody and Pam (Mike) French of Worland; 11 grandchildren; and 10 great-grandchildren.
Services were held at Ballard Funeral Home in Cody this past weekend. Memorials can be directed to Spirit Mountain Hospice House, 808 Canyon View Ave., Cody, Wyoming 82414 or Big Horn Basin Regional Cancer Center, 1025 Ninth Street, Cody, Wyoming, 82414.
The Hon. Clarence “Bud” Addison Brimmer, Jr., 92, of Cheyenne died
peacefully on October 23, 2014 at the Boulder Community Foothills
Hospital in Boulder, Colorado surrounded by his family.
Bud was born on July 11, 1922 to Clarence A. Brimmer, Sr. and Geraldine Zingsheim, in Rawlins. He and his two siblings grew up in Rawlins where his father practiced law.
After graduating from Rawlins High School, Bud attended the University of Michigan where he received both his undergraduate and law degrees. He was the Editor of the University’s Michigan Daily News. Judge Brimmer served as a sergeant in the U.S. Army Air Corps during World War II. He moved back to Rawlins in 1947, and joined his father’s law firm, Brimmer & Brimmer, where he gained experience as a trial attorney. In Rawlins, he met Emily Olene Docken, a school teacher. They were married Aug. 2, 1953, and had four children, Geraldine, Philip, Andrew and Elizabeth. He was active in Wyoming politics, and served as Republican State Chairman 1967-71.
In 1971, he was appointed by Governor Stan Hathaway as Wyoming Attorney General and served from 1971-74. Then he was appointed U.S. Attorney for the District of Wyoming from 1974 - 75. He was nominated by President Gerald Ford to become a U.S. District Judge in 1975, and sworn in on Sept. 22, becoming the fourth federal trial judge in the history of Wyoming. He served as Chief Judge from 1986-92. In 2006, he elected to take senior status. He heard his last case in the spring of 2012. His son Philip is now a U.S. District Judge in Colorado.
As a federal judge, he served from 1994-1997 on the Judicial Conference, the principal policy-making body for the federal court system. He served as a member of the Executive Committee of the Judicial Conference of U.S. Courts from 1995-1997. He was appointed a member of the Multi-District Litigation panel in 1992 and served for more than 7 years. Bud served as Grand Master of the Masons and Potentate of the Korein Shriners. He was active in the Young Man’s Literary Club and the Rotary Club of Cheyenne. He was a former vestry member of St. Mark’s Episcopal Church.
He proudly lived his entire life in Wyoming. Family, friends and those who passed through his courtroom remember his courtesy, fairness, intelligence and deep knowledge. He loved literature and music, and was always learning. His hobbies included cultivating orchids, gardening and travel. He especially loved his family cabin near Centennial.
He was predeceased by Emily, his wife of 58 years, and his sister, Dorothy Brimmer Swanson.
Bud is survived by his children, Geraldine (Wayne) Thomas, Philip (Dana), Andrew (Tom) and Elizabeth (George); his four grandchildren, Andrew and Clara Thomas and Pierce and Dalton Thomas; his brother, William Brimmer; his sisters in-law, Kathleen Docken and Norma Brimmer; his brothers in-law, Galen Docken, and William Swanson and several nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by Emily, his wife of 58 years, and his sister, Dorothy Brimmer Swanson.
Funeral services will be held at St. Mark’s Episcopal Church in Cheyenne at 2 p.m. on October 28, 2014. A reception will follow at Little America Hotel.
In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to St. Mark’s Episcopal Church and to the Wyoming Judicial Learning Center through The Wyoming State Bar Foundation, P.O. Box 109, Cheyenne, WY 82203.