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4 -- November 5, 2015 news letter journal PaSS DS editor@newslj.com We would like to thank all 0fthe people that helped and comforted L0is, neighbors and friends that supported her, and doctors and caregivers that looked after her. She always enjoyed her friends at Decker's, Ahead of Our Time and Something Healthy. We ! also like to thank our friends at W0rden's, the Flying rand Arch C0al for easing our bereavement. Lynn and Toni. YOU'RE i ~i; iii5 i/:= /2 = =:= i : INVITED TO HEAR LIVE IN CONCERT! COUNTRY, BLUEGRASS, SOUTHERN GOSPEL PERFOR/~ED AT THE GRAND OLE' OPRY! TUESDAY NOV. 10 AT 7:00 AT THE FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 903 $. SUMA41T AVE. A FREEWILL OFFERING WILL BE TAKEN time I will always remember. God Bless all. Grace Davis Obituaries ......................................................................................... Melissa Dawn Bettencourt Feb. 13, 1973-Oct. 26, 2015 A bright and shining light went out with the passing of our beautiful girl Melissa Dawn Bettencourt on October 26, 2015. It was cancer that took her life and after a long, courageous battle she passed away peacefully surrounded by family and friends. She was born to Mike and Paula Skinner on February 13, 1973 at Ft. Campbell, Kentucky. In 1975 the family moved to Newcastle, WY. Newcastle is where Melissa spent a great majority of her child- hood but she would also go on to live in Tampa, FL, Grand Island, NE and finally Huntington Beach, CA where she completed her public schooling. It was also in California that she gave birth to her only child and the greatest love of her life, Ian Michael Skinner, in 1994. In August of 1995 Melissa returned to Wyoming and attended Casper College where she earned a degree in nursing. In 2000, she relocated to Rapid City, SD and embarked on a life-long career as a labor and delivery nurse for the Rapid City Regional Hospital. The love and passion she had for her work was known by all who knew her. In 2002 Melissa married her husband, Jude Bettencourt, in Las Vegas, NV. Among Melissa's many pas- Melissa Betteneourt sions was her love of cooking and baking. Chocolate being her favorite ingredient. She also enjoyed camping and boating throughout the Black Hills. She never missed an opportunity to soak up the sun or to be on the water. She loved spending time with family and friends, traveling, music, dancing, and her little white dog Pearl. Melissa was a loving, gen- erous, and tender- hearted soul. She was quick to laugh and to cry, sometimes both at the same time. She loved those close to her fiercely and was a loyal friend. She had an infectious "go for it" attitude and her love of life was unpar- alleled. Melissa left us much too soon but her memory will live on in all the hearts who knew and loved her. She is survived in death by her husband, Jude Bettencourt of Rapid City, SD, her son, !~i~i !~:liiiiiii~i ~1 Ian Skinner of Rapid ~i: City, SD, her father, ~i:iii~ i~ Michael Skinner of Gillette, WY, her i ~ ::~i~ mother, Paula Armold of Newcastle, WY, Ronald her sister, Stephanie MillerSr. Skinner of Lewisville, TX, her maternal grandparents, Clark and Madelean Armold of Lewisville, TX, three uncles, Patrick Skinner, Bruce Armold, and Mark Armold, one Aunt, Karla Skinner, and several cousins, sister Sharon Holm and grand- She is preceded in death daughter Shantel Miller. by her paternal grandparents, A Memorial service was Leo and Elizabeth Skinner of held for Ron on Thursday Newcastle, WY and one uncle, October 29, 2015 at 3:00 pm Austin Armold. at Evansville Baptist Church, A memorial service will 459 3rd. Street, Evansville, WY, be held, Sunday, November 82636. 8, 2015 from 1-4 p.m. at the In lieu of flowers, the family Best Western Ramkota Hotel, requests that donations be made in the Lincoln Room, 2111 N. to the Casper Humane Society. Lacrosse Street, Rapid City, SD To leave a special message 57701. for Ron's family please visit Ronald Dean Miller Sr. www.NewcomerCasper.com. Apr. 29, 1938-Oet. 25, 2015 Beverly Pridgeon Ronald Dean Miller Sr., Nov. 18, 1939-Oct. 30, 2015 age 77, passed away Sunday, Memorial coffee will be October 25, 2015 at the held November 6 at 1:00 PM Wyoming Medical Center sur- at the Weston County Senior rounded by his family. Ron Center. was born April 29, 1938 in MarlysJean Hastings Newcastle, Wyoming to Vernon May 12, 1944-Nov. 2015 Miller and Corinne (Varner) Services for Marlys Jean Boy& Ron enjoyed fishing, Hastings will be Monday, golfing, being in the out- November 9th at l0 a.m. at the doors, working in the yard and First United Methodist Church. watching John Wayne movies. Marlys final resting place will Ronald is survived by be at the Black Hills National his loving wife of 48 years Cemetery near Sturgis, S.D. Marie Elaine Miller, A full obituary will follow at daughters Rhonda a later date. Lynn Miller and Harry Crawford Michelle Lee Miller, Sept. 4, 1923-Nov. 3, 2015 sons Ronald Dean A memorial service will be (Kimberly) Miller Jr., held at Wordens Funeral Home and Scott (Analisa) on Thursday, November 5, Miller, brother Robert 2015 at 10 a.m. There will be a (Dorothy) Miller, 9 gathering at the Weston County grand children and 2 Senior Center following the great grandchildren, memorial service. There will lifelong companion Scrappy, also be a full military funeral at niece Joni Lynn (David) Brown Black Hills National Cemetery and other numerous nieces, on Friday, November 6 at 11 nephews and cousins. Ron a.m. A full obituary will follow is preceded in death by his in next week's News Letter parents, brother Duane Miller, Journal. Veterans assistance in Crook, Campbell and Weston counties A state of Wyoming veterans service care. Yeager can also help veterans and Sundance - Nov. 2 at the Crook officer from the Wyoming Veterans their families apply for benefits, file claims County Courthouse, 309 E. Cleveland St., Commission will conduct community or request healthcare, from l0 a.m. - 3 p.m. outreach services in Wyoming cities His office is staffed in Gillette, at 551 Upton - Nov. 17 at the Upton throughout November. Running W. Drive, Suite 100, and he will Community Center, 916 Ash St., from 10 Brian Yeager is available to meet with also be available at the following locations: a.m. - 3 p.m. veterans and their families to discuss state Newcastle - Nov. 5, 12 and 19 at the Yeager, can be contacted at 307-696- and federal veterans' benefits, Department Department of Workforce Services, 22922 5048 for more information, or to schedule of Veterans Affairs claims, or VA health- Highway 85, from 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. an appointment. Newcastle Lodge No. 13, A.E & A.M. Meetings are held the First and qqaird Thursday at 7:00 p.m. Visiting Brethren are cordially invited to attend meetings Brad Troftgruben, Worshipful Master Glen Gordon, Secretary i. # 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 pro. BAHA'I FAITH: Firesides (Open to All) 1st & 3rd Fridays 7:30 pm at 15 Skyview Dr; 746-3626. CAblBRIA COMMUNITY CHURCH: Pastor Todd Olson, 19 Stampede St. 746-2321. Sunday School 9:15 am; Worship 10:30 am; Youth (6-12 grades) Sunday Evening 6-7 pro; Wednesday Night Bible Study 6 pm. CHRIST CHURCH EPISCOPAL: Rev. Sally Boyd, S. Surmmt & Winthrop Streets, 746-9684. 1st, 3rd & 5th Sunday, Morning Prayer 10 am; 2nd & 4th Saturday 4 pro, Holy Eucharist. haydisball@hotlnail.com CHRIST THE KING LUTHERAN CHURCH: 224 West Road, West of Dow Park, 746-2415. Sunday Worship 9 am. CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF L&TTER DAY SAINTS: Bishop Greg James, 120 Ash, 746-4131. Sunday Sacrament Mtg 9 am; Sunday School 10:20 am; Relief Society & Priesthood Mrg 11:15 am. CORPUS CHRISTI CATHOLIC CHURCH: Father Killian Mull, 19 W. Winthrop, 746-4219. Saturday Mass 5 pro; Weekday Mass 8 am. * COUNTRY CHURCH: Four Corners, Pastor Bill Haley, 746-9712, Worship 10 am. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH: Pastor Gary Anderson, 903 S. Summit, 746-2188. Bible Study 9:15 am; Worship Service 10:30 am; Teaching Service 6 pm; Wednesday Service 6:30 pro. FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH: Mike Wiles, 301 Delaware, 746- 9663. Sunday School 9:45 am; Worship 10:45 am; Prayer Service 5 pro; Eita Nova Youth Group Wedneday 6:30 pm Christian Academy ,, ;i .... :i Salt Creek Vet Clinic take are yourpet 5362 US Hwy 16 746-4995 FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH: Pastor Mark Thurman, 23 N. Seneca, 746-4119. Adult Bible Study 8:45 am; Traditional Church Services 10 am; 10:15 a.m. Children's Church and 11:45 am. Contemporary Praise & Worship Service. GATEWAY FELLOWSHIP: Pastor Jon Andersen, Evangelical Free Church meets at the Weston County Senior Services; Sunday School 9:30 am; Worship 11 am. Call 746-8091. KINGDOM HALL OF JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES: 5018 US Hwy 16, 746-2319 or 746-4517. Tuesday 7 p.m. 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. NEW LIFE FELLOWSHIP: Pastor Wayne Wilson, meets at Haydis Hall (Next to Christ Episcopal Church), 746-5542. Sunday Worship 6 pro. OSAGE COMMUNITY CHURCH: 348 Sheridan St. in Osage, 465-2341. Sunday School 10 am; Worship 11 am and 6 pm. SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST: Pastor Gary Force, 78 Old Hwy 85, Pastoral Assistant Matt Dooley 949-0831 and Joe Story 605-891- 9954. Saturday Sabbath School 9:30 am; Worship 11!00 am. ST. ANTHONY'S CATHOLIC CHURCH: Father Killian Mull, Upton. Sunday Mass 11:30 a.m. VICTORY NEW TESTAMENT CHURCH: Re~z Theodore L. Halls, 414 Pine, 746-4366. UPTON UNITED METHODIST CHURCH: Rev. Sharee Johnson, 834 Pine, Upton, 468-9302. Worship 9 am; Fellowship 10 a.m.; Adult Study 10:30 a.m.; 1st & 3rd Wed Evenings Prayer and Praise Service 7 pro. at~t~~a~ First State Bank Our Employees Support ............. ~~: Weston County 24 North Sumner 746-4411 or 1-888-788-2892 92~ Grieves Rd. 746-3517 website: www.fsbnewcastle.com ,,: ... :~ ,~. ~-", ~'~ .~..~.'~d~." ~,.~. ~, '~:', . Veterans risked their lives to serve our country and protect our freedom. Each time we cast our ballot...whenever we express a political opinion without fear of reprisal...every week as we worship freely let u s remember the lnonths and years they sacrificed as they defended the rights which we enjoy today. This Veteran's Day honor the selfless men arid women who have paid with a portion of their lives that we might be free. i~ ~N ~ ~ ~ iii~::ii::~ii~*ii!i!ii*~iiii~*~N~N::i ii~ii~ ~::: ~::~~~ ~2015, Keister-Williams Newspaper Services, P.0. 80x 8187. Charl0ttesvi,, VA 22906, www.kwnews.c0ra JackMaster Construction Craig Wiggins 746-3521 For all your construction needs Farm Bureau Insurance FloorirtO & Furnishings 360 W. Main 1600 W. Main 746-4471 746-3335 p.O.7B46o-27468; Newcastle, WY row rvice "We Deliver" 468-2340. Upton Sharon's Home Health Care Sharon Kanode, FiN #Toll Free: ~za~u~ec[ 1-800-457-6834 333 W. Main St., Newcastle Hospice & 746-2700 or 746-4302 Palliative Care I , attend the church or synagogue of their choice on more people will a weekly basis