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Heggie Family Mortuary

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James Applegate | 1931-2016 - Wyoming Tribune

Monday, November 14, 2016

His professional affiliations included the Wyoming State Bar, Laramie County Bar Association, Notre Dame Law Association, a Fellow of the American College of Trust and Estate Counsel, a Fellow of the International Society of Barristers; and a Fellow of the American College of Trial Lawyers; American Trial Lawyers Association and the Defense Research Institute and Federation of Defense and Corporate Counsel.Jim was elected twice to the Wyoming State Legislature as state senator for District 8, from 1989-1997, serving as minority floor leader for a year, and helping among other things to secure funds and donations for the preservation and restoration of the Union Pacific train depot downtown.Applegate was named Person of the Year by the Greater Cheyenne Chamber of Commerce in 1988, and he received the Community Spirit Award in 2011 from the Wyoming Tribune Eagle.Jim also volunteered for United Way, Meals on Wheels, Habitat for Humanity, Saint Mary’s Cathedral and Frontier Days, where he was a judge and timer for the chuck wagon races. He was on the Contestants Committee for more than three decades, and he was inducted into the CFD Heels in 1970.Jim was a skilled golfer, an avid reader and a kind-hearted and gracious man.Jim was preceded in death by his parents; sister, Kathy Johnson; and granddaughter, Heather Bowen.He is survived by his wife, Lynn; daughter, Amy McKay; son, Dan Applegate; grandsons, James and Nicholas Bowen; sister, Nancy Kopischke and brother in-law, John; and several nieces and nephews.A vigil for the deceased will be at 7 p.m. Tuesday  at St. Mary’s Cathedral. A funeral liturgy will be celebrated at 1:30 p.m. Wednesday at St. Mary’s Cathedral. A private family interment will be held at Olivet Cemetery.In lieu of flowers, a donation to Saint Joseph’s Children’s Home in Torr-ington would be welcome.This is a paid obituary.

James LeRoy Bye Sept. 28, 1944-Nov. 1, 2016 - The Torrington Telegram

Monday, November 07, 2016

Vietnam before returning home and receiving an honorable discharge in 1969. James worked for Goshen County schools as a bus driver, maintenance man, and janitor in Fort Laramie. He later moved to Texas where he attended Kilgore College and received his GED and a degree in jewelry making and watch and clock repair. He was proud to say he was the only one of his family to go to college and he enjoyed it greatly. He returned to Mitchell in 1993 and worked for Carl Thomas as a farmhand until 1996 when he went to work for M. Gompert Farms until his retirement in 2003. James enjoyed many handcrafting projects in his retirement. He was united in marriage to Carolyn Sue Davis on Aug. 16, 2001.James is survived by his wife, Carolyn; sisters, Rosella (Roy) Judd of Mitchell, Claudia Nichols of Iowa, and Valerie Browning of Gillette; sons James, Jr. (Lynette) Bye of LaGrange, and Glen (Flo) Davis of Henry, Neb.; daughter, Cherie (Kenyon) Boldan of Arizona; grandchildren, Cherish McCloughan of Arizona, Joe and Chrystal Phillips of Michigan, Jim Palmer of LaGrange, Brittney Palmer of Chadron, Neb., Marrissa Bye of Torrington, Brenda Morrison of Torrington, Angel and Ryan Westall of Morrill, Neb., Anthony Davis of Henry, and Matthew Wiggins of Torrington; great-grandchildren, Lucas Wiggins, Miley Hilsabeck, Jordin Eutsler, Jaedin Duthy, Jazlynn Duthy, Emma Westall, and Nichole Westall. He was also blessed with many nieces and nephews.James was preceded in death by his parents; brother, William Bye; sister, Minnie Morris; and granddaughter, Gaylynn Sinner.Share on Facebook...

George “Flip” McConnaughey - Casper Star-Tribune Online

Monday, October 17, 2016

Together he and Mike Enzi, who became his lifelong friend, administered Gillette through almost seven years of the first boom. Following that, in 1981, Flip became the longest serving City Manager in Laramie. In 1996 he moved to Washington DC as Senator Mike Enzi's Chief of Staff and served in this position for 20 years until his death. He organized and managed a team that helped to get a record number of bills passed and managed staffs for Health, Education, Labor and Pension issues when the Senator was Chairman and ranking member. As Chief of Staff, he was the co-founder and board member of the Senate Bipartisan Chief of Staff group.Flip was honored to work with many amazing people throughout his career. He always said, “If you like what you do, you never have to work a day in your life.” Flip was known to have a knack for knowing when to encourage, when to kid and when to make you laugh. He was a friend and mentor to many who appreciated his self-deprecating humor, straight talk, professionalism, and was an inspiration as a public servant.During his lifetime, Flip was active in many professional associations. From 1990-1992 he was Regional Vice President of International City Management Association Board of Directors. He served on the Board of Directors for Wyoming Association and Municipalities from 1982-1996. Flip was active in the Senate Chaplain's weekly Bible Study, and the Men's Saturday Fellowship at Church of the Good Shepherd, where he was a faithful member.His family was one of Flip's greatest joys. He is survived by his wife, Shelia and his children, Jeff (Jen) McConnaughey, and Sarah (Ryan) Larsen; eight well-loved grandchildren, Fen (19), Tesla (15), Roma (16), Vitaliy (12), Bodie (11), Laird (9), Jude (7), and Tatum (5). He treasured his family by marriage, Larry and Kim Sutherland, Joann McConnaughey and niece and nephew, Janet and Jay McConnaughey.Flip was preceded in death by his parents, George and Phyllis McConnaughey; brother, John McConnaughey; and father and mother in-law, Gene and Erma Sutherland.In lieu of flowers the family requests that memorials in Flip's name be made to Host Ukraine, the organization whom brought his last two grandsons to the family. Donations can be mailed to: Host Ukraine Inc., 187 Pavillion Pkwy. #107, Newport, KY 41071. Memorials can also be sent to Central Wyo...

Mark Cummings | 1988-2016 - Wyoming Tribune

Monday, September 26, 2016

Mark A. Cummings, 27, of Cheyenne passed away tragically Sept. 20 in Laramie.Mark was born Oct. 4, 1988, in Jerseyville, Ill., a son of Tracie Lynn Cumm-ings, and later adopted by Dan and Lynn Cummings of Lewisville, Texas.Mark was an avid outdoorsman, and he enjoyed fishing. He also enjoyed supporting the Dallas Cowboys, Wyoming Cowboys and St. Louis Cardinals. He was a Christian, and he attended Our Savior Lutheran Church with his family.His greatest joy was his beautiful new daughter, Marlow Ann. He will be remembered as a loving father, son, nephew, uncle, cousin and friend.Mark is survived by his fiancée, Aimee Raya of Cheyenne; daughter, Marlow Ann Cummings of Cheyenne; adoptive parents, Dan and Lynn Cummings of Lewisville; stepbrothers, Philip and Drew Cummings; aunts and uncles, Dave and Judy Cummings of Cheyenne, Tom and Barbara Yarrell of Austin, Texas, Mike and Bev Fessler of Dow, Ill., and Denny and Elizabeth Fenton of Alton, Ill.; great-aunt, Mary Aderton of Hardin, Ill.; numerous cousins; and, considered a close member of the Raya family,...

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James Applegate | 1931-2016 - Wyoming Tribune

Monday, November 14, 2016

His professional affiliations included the Wyoming State Bar, Laramie County Bar Association, Notre Dame Law Association, a Fellow of the American College of Trust and Estate Counsel, a Fellow of the International Society of Barristers; and a Fellow of the American College of Trial Lawyers; American Trial Lawyers Association and the Defense Research Institute and Federation of Defense and Corporate Counsel.Jim was elected twice to the Wyoming State Legislature as state senator for District 8, from 1989-1997, serving as minority floor leader for a year, and helping among other things to secure funds and donations for the preservation and restoration of the Union Pacific train depot downtown.Applegate was named Person of the Year by the Greater Cheyenne Chamber of Commerce in 1988, and he received the Community Spirit Award in 2011 from the Wyoming Tribune Eagle.Jim also volunteered for United Way, Meals on Wheels, Habitat for Humanity, Saint Mary’s Cathedral and Frontier Days, where he was a judge and timer for the chuck wagon races. He was on the Contestants Committee for more than three decades, and he was inducted into the CFD Heels in 1970.Jim was a skilled golfer, an avid reader and a kind-hearted and gracious man.Jim was preceded in death by his parents; sister, Kathy Johnson; and granddaughter, Heather Bowen.He is survived by his wife, Lynn; daughter, Amy McKay; son, Dan Applegate; grandsons, James and Nicholas Bowen; sister, Nancy Kopischke and brother in-law, John; and several nieces and nephews.A vigil for the deceased will be at 7 p.m. Tuesday  at St. Mary’s Cathedral. A funeral liturgy will be celebrated at 1:30 p.m. Wednesday at St. Mary’s Cathedral. A private family interment will be held at Olivet Cemetery.In lieu of flowers, a donation to Saint Joseph’s Children’s Home in Torr-ington would be welcome.This is a paid obituary.

James LeRoy Bye Sept. 28, 1944-Nov. 1, 2016 - The Torrington Telegram

Monday, November 07, 2016

Vietnam before returning home and receiving an honorable discharge in 1969. James worked for Goshen County schools as a bus driver, maintenance man, and janitor in Fort Laramie. He later moved to Texas where he attended Kilgore College and received his GED and a degree in jewelry making and watch and clock repair. He was proud to say he was the only one of his family to go to college and he enjoyed it greatly. He returned to Mitchell in 1993 and worked for Carl Thomas as a farmhand until 1996 when he went to work for M. Gompert Farms until his retirement in 2003. James enjoyed many handcrafting projects in his retirement. He was united in marriage to Carolyn Sue Davis on Aug. 16, 2001.James is survived by his wife, Carolyn; sisters, Rosella (Roy) Judd of Mitchell, Claudia Nichols of Iowa, and Valerie Browning of Gillette; sons James, Jr. (Lynette) Bye of LaGrange, and Glen (Flo) Davis of Henry, Neb.; daughter, Cherie (Kenyon) Boldan of Arizona; grandchildren, Cherish McCloughan of Arizona, Joe and Chrystal Phillips of Michigan, Jim Palmer of LaGrange, Brittney Palmer of Chadron, Neb., Marrissa Bye of Torrington, Brenda Morrison of Torrington, Angel and Ryan Westall of Morrill, Neb., Anthony Davis of Henry, and Matthew Wiggins of Torrington; great-grandchildren, Lucas Wiggins, Miley Hilsabeck, Jordin Eutsler, Jaedin Duthy, Jazlynn Duthy, Emma Westall, and Nichole Westall. He was also blessed with many nieces and nephews.James was preceded in death by his parents; brother, William Bye; sister, Minnie Morris; and granddaughter, Gaylynn Sinner.Share on Facebook...

George “Flip” McConnaughey - Casper Star-Tribune Online

Monday, October 17, 2016

Together he and Mike Enzi, who became his lifelong friend, administered Gillette through almost seven years of the first boom. Following that, in 1981, Flip became the longest serving City Manager in Laramie. In 1996 he moved to Washington DC as Senator Mike Enzi's Chief of Staff and served in this position for 20 years until his death. He organized and managed a team that helped to get a record number of bills passed and managed staffs for Health, Education, Labor and Pension issues when the Senator was Chairman and ranking member. As Chief of Staff, he was the co-founder and board member of the Senate Bipartisan Chief of Staff group.Flip was honored to work with many amazing people throughout his career. He always said, “If you like what you do, you never have to work a day in your life.” Flip was known to have a knack for knowing when to encourage, when to kid and when to make you laugh. He was a friend and mentor to many who appreciated his self-deprecating humor, straight talk, professionalism, and was an inspiration as a public servant.During his lifetime, Flip was active in many professional associations. From 1990-1992 he was Regional Vice President of International City Management Association Board of Directors. He served on the Board of Directors for Wyoming Association and Municipalities from 1982-1996. Flip was active in the Senate Chaplain's weekly Bible Study, and the Men's Saturday Fellowship at Church of the Good Shepherd, where he was a faithful member.His family was one of Flip's greatest joys. He is survived by his wife, Shelia and his children, Jeff (Jen) McConnaughey, and Sarah (Ryan) Larsen; eight well-loved grandchildren, Fen (19), Tesla (15), Roma (16), Vitaliy (12), Bodie (11), Laird (9), Jude (7), and Tatum (5). He treasured his family by marriage, Larry and Kim Sutherland, Joann McConnaughey and niece and nephew, Janet and Jay McConnaughey.Flip was preceded in death by his parents, George and Phyllis McConnaughey; brother, John McConnaughey; and father and mother in-law, Gene and Erma Sutherland.In lieu of flowers the family requests that memorials in Flip's name be made to Host Ukraine, the organization whom brought his last two grandsons to the family. Donations can be mailed to: Host Ukraine Inc., 187 Pavillion Pkwy. #107, Newport, KY 41071. Memorials can also be sent to Central Wyo...

Mark Cummings | 1988-2016 - Wyoming Tribune

Monday, September 26, 2016

Mark A. Cummings, 27, of Cheyenne passed away tragically Sept. 20 in Laramie.Mark was born Oct. 4, 1988, in Jerseyville, Ill., a son of Tracie Lynn Cumm-ings, and later adopted by Dan and Lynn Cummings of Lewisville, Texas.Mark was an avid outdoorsman, and he enjoyed fishing. He also enjoyed supporting the Dallas Cowboys, Wyoming Cowboys and St. Louis Cardinals. He was a Christian, and he attended Our Savior Lutheran Church with his family.His greatest joy was his beautiful new daughter, Marlow Ann. He will be remembered as a loving father, son, nephew, uncle, cousin and friend.Mark is survived by his fiancée, Aimee Raya of Cheyenne; daughter, Marlow Ann Cummings of Cheyenne; adoptive parents, Dan and Lynn Cummings of Lewisville; stepbrothers, Philip and Drew Cummings; aunts and uncles, Dave and Judy Cummings of Cheyenne, Tom and Barbara Yarrell of Austin, Texas, Mike and Bev Fessler of Dow, Ill., and Denny and Elizabeth Fenton of Alton, Ill.; great-aunt, Mary Aderton of Hardin, Ill.; numerous cousins; and, considered a close member of the Raya family,...