Robert B. Austin, 94, of Worland; died in Worland on
Feb. 12, 2015
Beverly Ann Benton, 58, of Worland, in Worland, Feb. 5, 2015
Mary C. Boney, 84, of Worland died in Worland on February 16, 2015
Rosina “Rose” Angela Andreen, 86, from Thermopolis, February 14, 2015
Rosanne C. Bihr, 64, of Thermopolis, February 16, 2015
Lyle B. Hennebeck, 74, of Thermopolis, February 15, 2015
Anna (Bennett) Mason, 94, formerly of Greybull, in Basin, February 21, 2015
Cherie Bosh Warnock, 87, in Florence, Colorado, February 21, 2015
Mary Fisher, 96, in Moscow, Idaho, February 24, 2015
Joe Harper Larsen, 66, of Ten Sleep, in Worland February 26, 2015
Viola Marie Neiman, 85, of Greybull, February 25, 2015
Glenn Mills Hopkin, 74, of Basin, in Billings, March 1, 2015
Jessie Ellen Dvarishkis, 94, in Cody, Wyoming, March 2, 2015
Cherie Bosh Warnock
Cherie Bosch Warnock, 87, beloved wife, mother, grandmother and
great-grandmother passed away February 21, 2015 at her home in
Cherie was born in Worland on July 24, 1927 to Albert Bosch and Pauline Keate. Her forbearers were some of the early settlers in the state of Wyoming. She grew up on the ranch and considered herself a true Wyoming girl all of her life. She was the oldest of five children. She graduated from Washakie High School in 1945. She was the Wyoming State Spelling Bee Champion. Upon graduation from high school, she worked in Worland where she met and married Charles Arthur Renner. They had two children, Kenneth Mathew Renner and Russell Glen Renner. Russell Glen passed away when he was three months old in August of 1949 and Charles Renner died in May of 1950 after a fight with leukemia.
In the fall of 1950 Cherie attended college at Northwest College in Powell, Wyoming where she received an associate degree. While there, she met John Larry Warnock and they were married on October 26, 1951. They graduated from the University of Northern Colorado in Greeley, Colo. in 1953 where they received bachelor of arts degrees. Three children
were born to them, John Lance, Kristine, and Stuart Hamilton. She taught elementary school for 31 years while they lived in Wyoming, Colorado and Texas. While teaching Kindergarten in Wichita Falls, Texas, she attended Midwestern State University and received a master of arts degree in 1983. In 1985 she entered a doctoral program at Texas Women’s University in Denton, Texas. Although all of the work on the degree was nearly completed, a bout with cancer prevented her from completing her dissertation. She became a teacher appraiser for the Wichita Falls Independent School District. She was a master teacher and nothing gave her greater happiness and fulfillment than to make a difference in the lives of her students. Cherie was a worker! She also operated a retail Indian art business and was a regional sales person for a national wall décor company.
John and Cherie’s love of the scriptures and good books were always a focus in their lives. They enjoyed every opportunity to share their testimony of the gospel of Jesus Christ and to serve others. John and Cherie served a mission for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints on the White Mountain Indian Reservation in Arizona from 1991-1993. This was one of the highlights of their lives. They returned to live in southeastern Colorado to be near their family.
Cherie is survived by her devoted husband of over six decades, John Larry Warnock, her children, Kenneth Mathew Renner Warnock (Kathleen) of Wichita Falls, Texas;
John Lance Warnock (Sheri) of Canon City, Colo.; Kristine Brown (Michael) of Canon City, Colo.; Stuart Hamilton Warnock (Nancy) of Wheatridge, Colo.; 15 grandchildren and many great grandchildren and her brother, Rodney Keate Bosch. She was preceded in death by a grandson, Stuart Hamilton Warnock, II.
Funeral services will be held at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 1435 Elm Avenue, Canon City, Colo. on Wednesday, March 11, 2015 at 11 AM. Interment will be at the Penrose Cemetery following the services. Funeral arrangements are in the charge of Harwood Funeral Home of Florence, Colo. Online condlences can be submited at Harwoodfunerals.com.
Jessie Ellen Dvarishkis
Jessie Ellen Dvarishkis, died early Monday, March 02, 2015 in Cody,
WY at the Long Term Care Center where her two sisters also reside.
Born January 4, 1921 in Thermopolis, WY, she was the daughter of Oscar and Millie Ellen (Kitzmiller) Moore.
In 1938, Jessie married Ramul Dvarishkis in Thermopolis. The couple purchased a ranch on Cotton Wood near Hamilton Dome where they ranched until retirement. After selling the ranch in 1994, they moved into Thermopolis.
Active in the county and Thermopolis, she was Grand Marshall of BPO Does, held offices with the Cowbelles and Rebekah Lodge and received an award from the Junior Chamber of Commerce. She and Ramul were members of the Roundtop Rangers, the Outlaw Trail Ride and charter members of the Farm Bureau. Jessie attended the First Baptist Church.
Jessie loved to play Bingo and, in later life, joined the Red Hat Society in Thermopolis.
Loved ones surviving include her sisters, Mildred Romango and Viola Woody of Cody; daughters; Ellen (Jack) Percival, Billings, MT and Mickey (Carl) Joiner, Cody; sons Roy, Casper and Dick Dvarishkis, Gillette; many grandchildren; numerous great grandchildren; several great, great grandchildren, numerous nieces and nephews; and son-in-law, Gary Kellogg.
Jessie’s parents; oldest son, Bobbie; daughter, Alice Kellogg; infant granddaughter, Alice Joiner; brothers, Harry and George Moore; daughter-in-law, Florence Dvarishkis; sister-in-laws, Kathyrn Dvarishkis and Alice Hurst; brother-in-law, Eddie; and Jessie’s husband Ramul, 2004, preceded her in death. Services will be held Friday, March 6, 2:00 PM at Mortimore Funeral Home in Thermopolis with Pastor Harvey Seidel officiating. Burial will follow at Monument Hill Cemetery in Thermopolis. A reception will follow at the First Baptist Church. Visitation will be Friday morning, 10 – 12 AM.
Mortimore Funeral Home is assisting the family with services. Online condolences may be offered at www.mortfh.com.