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Doris E. Sasges: 1938-2004

Doris E. Sasges died Dec. 14, 2004, at the Sandrock Ridge Care and Rehab Center after a lengthy illness. She was 66.

Doris E. Hytrek was born Aug. 31, 1938, in Wheatland, Wyo., to George and Mary (Crobot) Hytrek.

Sasges was raised in Hartville and attended school, in Sunrise. After high school she attended Central Business College in Denver for two years. Sasges married Richard Sasges on June 29, 1963, in Hartville. They lived in Omaha, Neb., where she worked for a camera shop and in LeMars, Iowa, where she worked for a feed company. They moved to Craig in 1978, and she worked for 18 years as custodian at Yampa Valley Electric. Sasges enjoyed dancing and working in her garden.



Sasges is survived by her husband, Richard Sasges, of Craig; daughter, Debbie (Rodney) Trail, of Craig; sons Richard M. (Leslie) Sasges of Michigan and Chad (Vreta) Sasges of Craig; grandchildren David, Joe, Kyle, Brandon, Brook, Jaylee, Tate, Tanner and Johnnalee; sisters Maxine Barnhart of Florida, Pauline Morgan of Craig, and Georgia Dinnel of Commerce City; mother-in-law, Monica Smith, of Omaha; sisters-in-law Roseland Kennedy of Phoenix, Pat Moore of Lincoln, Neb., Sheryl Moyer of Houston, Texas, and Colleen Marley of Omaha; and brother-in-law, Wayne Sasges of Grand Island, Neb..

Sasges was preceded in death by her parents.



Services were held Dec. 17, 2004, at Grant Mortuary with Rod Compton officiating. Honorary pallbearers were all of Doris’ Family and many friends.


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