Carol Lee Dunn |

Carol Lee Dunn

Savery, Wyo., resident, Carol Lee Dunn, died Dec. 12, 2003, at The Memorial Hospital. She was 73.

Dunn was born Dec. 5, 1930, in Hollinger, Neb., to Arthur and Florence (Sullivan) Nickerson.

Dunn was raised and attended school in Laramie, Wyo.

Following high school, she attended the University of Wyoming for one year. She married Darwin L. Dunn on Oct. 26, 1949, in Kimball, Neb.

Over the years they lived in Laramie, Craig, and up and down the Snake River, living in Savery since 1972.

Dunn enjoyed cooking, sewing, reading, camping, doing puzzles, crocheting, playing games, and most of all being with her children and grandchildren.

She was a member of Hiawatha Rebekah Lodge #21, the Snake River Community Church, and the River Queens Barbershop Quartet.

Dunn is survived by her husband, Darwin Dunn, of Savery; daughters Kathy Staman, of Baggs, Karen Wilken, of Baggs, and Denise (Jeff) Vandas, of Baggs; sons Robert Dunn, of Savery, and John (Patty) Dunn, of West Valley City, Utah; grandchildren Megan Martens, Myla (Justin) Mills, Casey Staman, Vicki (Thor) Simpson, Colin Dunn, Mathew (Kara) Vandas, and Amber and Jory Dunn; and a great-grandson, Ethan Mills.

Dunn was preceded in death by her parents and two sisters, Loretta Mitchell and Della Reiber.

Services were Dec. 16, 2003, at Little Snake River School in Baggs, with Paul Prestrud officiating.

The pianist was Debbie Myers and the piano medley was Justin Mills.

Pallbearers were Bobby Dunn, John Dunn, Jory Dunn, Colin Dunn, Jeff Vandas, Mathew Vandas, Casey Staman, Justin Mills, and Thor Simpson.

Honorary pallbearers were “All Carol Lee’s Many Friends”.

Graveside services were by Hiawatha Lodge #21 (Rebekah Lodge).

Interment was at Reader Cemetery.

Memorial contributions may be made to Hiawatha Rebekah Lodge #21 in care of Grant Mortuary.

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