Doyle DeWayne “Dude” Thompson, 92, of Gering, Nebraska, died on November 16, 2020.
He was born on August 20, 1928 in Melborne, Nebraska.
Mr. Thompson served in the U.S. Army and was a truck driver. He was a member of the VFW and Teamsters Local 435.
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He is survived by his dear friend, Dorothy Robinson; children, Joy Skinner, Dee Dee Mead, Michael Thompson, Barb Marrill, Linda Garvin (Bill), Cheryl Wegner, Patti Massie, and Cindy Medley (Boyd); a sister, Raymona Williams (Larry); a brother, Earl “Rusty” Thompson; and numerous grandchildren and great grandchildren.
Mr. Thompson was preceded in death by his wife, Betty Thompson; son, Gene Wegner; son-in-law, Dennis Mead; daughter-in-law, Candy Thompson; siblings and in-laws, Gerome “Jerry Alexander (Mary), Forrest “Brick” Thompson (Mary and Inez), Loren “Sonny” Rittenhouse, and Donna Rittenhouse; and his parents, Ray and Phoebe Rittenhouse (Predmore).
Services will be Monday, 10:00 a.m., at Wiederspahn-Radomsky Chapel with burial and military honors to follow at Lakeview Cemetery.
Cheryl Lynn Favero, 66, passed away at her home on November 17, 2020. She was born to Travis and Delores Parsons on May 3, 1954 in Chinalake, CA. She married Franklin P. Favero, Jr on 10/23/1973. They celebrated their 47 anniversary this past October by sharing a meal together.
Cheryl is survived by her husband Frank; her daughters Angela Louise Favero, Amanda Joice Favero, and Rebekah Olivia Favero; sisters Pamela and Marie; grandchildren Joseph Philllip Favero, Cailean Shea Yarbrough, Hayden James Favero, Jo’Dee Lynn Favero, Olivia Crimson Alfred, Lilah Marie Bell, Sophia Reanne Bell; great grandchildren Azlee Nykhole, Emma Lynn Kay Favero, and Waylon Joseph Roy Favero; and nieces and nephews Lena, Lisa, Tammy, Mavis, Raymond, Kirstina, Mikel, Angel, Amanda, Rebekah, Jeremy, Jessica, and Ashley.
Cheryl was preceded in death by her parents; in-laws Mary Joice and Franklin Phillip, Favero, Sr; and sister Billie.
Frank wanted to leave a special message for Cheryl, “I love you more”.
Cremation has occurred and the family will be scheduling services on their own.
Clyde Alwyn Howard died at his home, with family at his side, on Sunday, November 15. He was born to John W. Howard and Pearl Howard in Cheyenne on August 10, 1927.
Clyde was in the Army, stationed in Korea, during World War 2. He graduated from the University of Wyoming in 1951 and worked for the Wyoming Highway Department for over 30 years. In 1959, Clyde married the love of his live, Elsie M. Crisp.
They were married at the First Presbyterian Church where Clyde was a life-long member. Together they adopted three children. He was member of the Masons, the Lions Club, and the Philatelic Society. He was predeceased by his parents and by his wife Elsie.
He is survived by his children: Paul Howard (Stacy), Lucy Titus, Katie Gilmor (Jason), and his grandchildren Jeremy Titus, Preston Titus, Kayla Gilmor-Brown, and Ashley Gilmor.
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