Tamara Lynn Klinetobe

Craig native Tamara Lynn Klinetobe died Feb. 11, 2003, at The Memorial Hospital. She was 42.

Klinetobe was born Aug. 6, 1960, in Craig, to James Lee and Lottie (McLane) Herod. She was raised in Craig and attended school in Craig and Germany. She married Timothy Klinetobe on Aug. 16, 1976, in Security, Colo. They lived in Vernal, Utah, and Silverbell, Ariz., before moving to Craig in 1981.

Klinetobe was a member of the First Christian Church and the Joy Circle. She enjoyed fishing, camping, crafts, the outdoors and being with her family.

Klinetobe is survived by her husband, Tim, of Craig; daughters Starla (Dwayne) Gonzales, of Craig, Kory (Gabe) Montoya, of Craig, and Ammie Klinetobe, of Craig; grandchildren Lane Gonzales and Isaac Montoya; mother, Lottie Herod, of Cawker City, Kan.; brother, James P. Herod, of Burdick, Kan.; and sister, Serena K. Herod, of Cawker City, Kan.

She was preceded in death by her father, James Lee Herod.

Services were Feb. 15, 2003, at First Christian Church with Beryl Wright officiating. Organist was Anne Carr. Selections were “The Dance,” “There’s A Hero,” “Twenty Six Cents” and “Friends.”

Pallbearers were Gabe Montoya, William Letsinger, Dwayne Gonzales, Leon Christopher, David Herod and John Christopher.

Honorary pallbearers were Paul McGilton and all Klinetobe’s many friends.

Interment was at Craig Cemetery.

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