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Please start the survey here: news letter journal issues Obituaries ................................................................................... . . EVERETT MILTON DEAN July 4, 1938-Aug. 30, 2020 Everett Milton Dean, age 82, of Oral, S.D., passed away peacefully at his home, surrounded by his family on Aug. 30, 2020. Everett was born to Milton and Thelma (Boggs) Dean on July 4, 1938, in Fort Peck, Mont. Everett married Ella JoAn Pond on Dec. 28, 1957, in Hot Springs, S.D., with the judge and one great highway patrol officer as witnesses. To this union five children were born. Everett started working in the woods with his father when he was only 9 years old. This started his long life of hard, work. He was an avid fisherman and could outfish everyone! Everett was a commer- cial fisherman, owning the “Debbie L,” a 40-foot converted landing barge, which he used five years for fishing for salmon, Gateway Fellowship has new home Walter Sprague Art and Culture Reporter “There were so many details that had to be worked ou ,” Pastor Jon Anderson said, “But it just fell together.” He was speaking of the new building acquisition for Gateway Fellowship. Gateway has been seeking an answer to prayers con- cerning their location for a couple of years. Their meet- ings in the large hall at the Weston County Senior Center were good, Anderson said. As long as they needed the facility, the senior center was willing to let them stay. Even their offices operated at that facility. But Anderson, along with many others, felt that it was a temporary solution. The search for a new location has crabs and tuna. During his last trip on the “Debbie L” a wicked southeaster storm came in and he and the “Debbie L” were one of the few boats making it safely back in. After that experience he never went back out to sea. He instead purchased his first logging truck in 1972, and began his logging career, hauling logs in California, Idaho, Wyoming and South Dakota. Upon his so-called “retiremen ” at age 65, he bought his first gravel truck and hauled until he no longer could. He was a jack-of—all-tradesand could fix anything, teaching his kids those valuable skills and the value of hard work and honesty along with unconditional love. No matter where Everett went or what he did he was always making friends, never afraid to stop what he was doing to help someone in need. Everett loved to hunt, u.- .fish, mechanic, drive truck and was always the life of the party. Even in his last days he was joking, making all of us smile. Surviving Everett is his wife, JoAn of Oral; son, Everett (Kim) Dean of Newcastle, Wyo.; daughters, sandra (Jeff) Shuck of Newcastle, Lisa (Russ) Frasier of Oral, and Ruthie (Wiener) Frasier of Keystone, S.D.; brother, Amos (Danny) Dean of Santa, Idaho; sisters, Violet (Floyd) Ringering of Oral, and Doris Carlson of Oral; daughter-in-law, Karen Dean of Custer, SD; 14 grandchildren; 23 great-grandchildren; and many nieces and nephews. Everett was predeceased by his parents; his son, Dave; his sister, Florence; and his great grandchild, Haven. Graveside Services were held Sept. 2 at 11 a.m. in Pringle, S.D. Photo by Walter Sprague/NLJ Steve Paliswiat, Pastor Jon Anderson, Jonathan Anderson Jr., and Phll Thurman take of! paneling in preparation to removlng a wall In the former Anderson Plumbing bulldlng. Thls will be the temporary worship place while the sanctuary Is under construction. been underway for some time. “We didn’t want to force anything,” Anderson said, “We wanted it to be God’s timing, even if His answer was to Siay Put-:2, er-Eit ‘ .- 1g 2““. .. was coming. But the church also wanted to wait for God’s timing. And then it happened. Andersen Plumbing, on Old Highway 85, came up for sale. And Jon said that the people in his congregation knew this was what God wanted to happen. “We didn’t even know about the sale on July 12,” he said, “And by Aug. 13, we closed on the property.” He said that Clay gPrayers, abogtit happenedin’ ’ heir Weekly prayer meetings. And it felt to many that a move ' Andersen, the old owner of the building, called and said that he understood they were looking for a property. “We didn’t push for the' was almost laughing when he said, “He never charged us a thing. It was obvious; the Lord was saying that He wanted us in this building and wanted it right now.” Clay was also very accom- modating. Jon said that he was determined to quickly get them in the building and at a reason- able price. Jon said that they are using this opportunity to rethink Newcastle Lodge No. 13, AF. & A.M. Meetings are held the ‘First and Third Thursday at 7:00 p.111. and to reshape what and how they conduct a church, as the Lord urges them. One of those changes will be the worship time, at least for right now. “People were not happy said, “So we are moving that up earlier.” The previous service time of 11 a.m. has been moved to 10 a.m. Remodeling is happening in just about every area. But the church will be starting ser- vices on Sunday, Sept. 6, at the new location. For September, Gateway is canceling Sunday school classes until it has had time to discuss times and other aspects of the new ministry with church members. “All our equipment and furniture —— everything —— is already moved over from the senior center.” Jon said, “Last Sunday was our last ‘ when we were going until 12:30 with our services,” he tion and other issues while the renovation is underway, Jon feels that it will be okay. They had started to move the church equipment and furniture over on Friday, Aug. 28. The move, was complete by Monday. The whole process, so far, has been easily handled, with plenty of help. Jon said he believes this has been a great answer to effective and fervent prayers. Jams; .mmkmm ». a my,“ i M’I wwwpulsepollxom Daily Devotional Reading Sept. 4 Matthew 7:1-14 Sept. 8 Sept. 5 Matthew 7:15-29 Sept. 9 Sept. 6 Matthew 12:1—21 Sept. 10 Sept. 7 Matthew 12:22—32 I, I am the Lord and besides me there is no savior. JackMaster Construction Craig Wiggins 746-3521 For all your construction needs Matthew 12:33-50 Matthew 13:1—17 Matthew 13:18-33 Sr leun 5. '[r ctr t / ln' Hli’ slim VICKI/7 B/b/u Soc/i 'lv lake Shook , ogging, Inc. 628 Birch Street Newcastle, WY - ASSEMBLY OF GOD CHURCH: Rev. Norm Brotzman, 216 S. Seneca. 746—2249. Call to Worship 9:30 am: Children's Church during Call to Worship: Faith Rally Sunday 6 pm BAHA'I FAITH: Firesides (Open to All) 1st & 3rd Fridays 7:30 pm at 15 Skyview Dr; 746—3626 - CAMBRIA COMMUNITY BAPTIST CHURCH: 19 Stampede St. 746—2321. Sunday School 9:15 am: Worship 10:30 am: Youth (6-12 grades) and Adult Bible Study Sunday Evening 6—7 pm; Wednesday Night Youth and Adult Bible Study 6 pm: Life Recovery Bible Study Sunday Night 7 pm - CHRIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH: Rev. Wendy Owens. S. Summit & Winthrop Streets. 746—9684. haydishall®hotmaiLcom Service times: Sunday 10 am - CHRIST THE KING LUTHERAN CHURCH: Pastor Rob Carr. 224 West Road. West of Dow Park, 746—2415. Sunday Worship 9 am - CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF LATrER DAY SAINTS: Bishop Ty Checketts. 120 Ash. 746-4131. Sunday Sacrament Mtg 9:00 am: Sunday School 10:20 am: Relief Society Priesthood Mtg 11:15 am ' CHURCH ON THE HILL: Pastors Wayne Wilson and Todd Olson. 301 Delaware. 746—9663. Adult Sunday School 9:30 am: Prayer 10:15 am: Worship 10:45 am: Prayer Service Tuesday 6 PM: Celebrate Recovery (18+) Undefeated Youth (Infant- 12th Grade)'Wednesday 6:00 pm - CORPUS CHRISTI CATHOLIC CHURCH: Father Brian Hess. 19 W. Winthrop. 746-4219. Saturday Mass 5 pm: Sunday Mass 8 am: Weekday Mass 7 am - COUNTRY CHURCH: Four Corners. Pastor Bill Haley and Micah Popma. 746-9712. Worship 10 am. 1 FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH: Pastor Gary Anderson. 903 S. Summit. 746—2188. Sunday School 9:15 am: Worship Service 10:30 am; Evening Service 6 pm: Firstsaieaam 24 North Sumner 746-441 1 Or 1-888-788-2892 Farm Bureau Insurance 360 W. Main 746-4471 Visiting Brethren are cordially invited to attend meetings Tim Carr, Worshipful Master o Mike Hutchinson, Secretary n—l l -, . r g ‘. . i Unnamed 1‘800‘457'5§.§.‘.. {/Viemo'uies Hospice Palliatlva care AWANA Clubs Wednesday 6:30 pm FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH: Pastor Brenda Torrie. 23 N. Seneca. 746-4119. Adult Bible Study 8:45 am;.Traditional Church Services 10:00 am: 10:15 am Children's Church: Youth Group Sunday evenings 5:30—7 pm - GATEWAY FELLOWSHIP: Pastor Jon Andersen. 12 Old Hwy. 85, Evangelical Free Church. Sunday School 9:45 am: Worship 10 am. Call 949-0869 - KINGDOM HALL OF JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES: 5018 US Hwy 16. 746-2319 or 746—4517. Tuesday 7:00 pm. Congregation Bible Study. Theocratic Ministry School and Service Meeting. Sunday Public Talk 10 am: Watchtower 11 am - NEWCASTLE FOURSQUARE CHURCH: Pastor Mick Bohn. 1525 S. Summit. 746—3618. Sun. Worship 10 am: Wed. Night Prayer - OSAGE COMMUNITY CHURCH: 348 Sheridan St. in Osage. 465-2341. Sunday School 10 am: Worship 11 am and 6 pm OUR SAVIOR CHURCH: Pastors Doug and FrezilWesterlund. For Bible Study. call (605) 515.3058 - SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST: Pastor Lester Bently 612—240-7536, 78 Old Hwy 85. Saturday Sabbath School 9:30 am: Worship 11 am - ST. ANTHONY'S CATHOLIC CHURCH: Father Brian Hess. Upton. Sunday Mass 5 pm - UPTON UNITED METHODIST CHURCH: Rev. Michael Paschall, 834 Pine. Upton. 468-9302. Worship 9 am: Fellowship 10 am - VICTORY NEWTESTAMENT CHURCH: Rev. Theodore L. Halls. 414 Pine. 746-4366 ~ Isaiah 43:11 Sharon's Home Health Care Sharon Kanode. RN L Owner/Director Toll Free: Seere "We Deliver" 2‘ 468-2340, Upton 746-2487 . PO. Box 760 Newcastle, WY a