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In Memoriam

Larry Edward Marte

Larry Edward Marte of Parshall Colorado
passed away on May 25, 2018, in Kremmling. He was raised on the family Ranch south of Granby which produced cattle, milk, and cream and had a lucrative timber business. They would load multiple cans of cream on a horse-driven sleigh for delivery to the Rohradner ranch. To keep the coffee warm they wrapped the cans with newspaper and used rocks warmed from the oven to keep their feet warm. Larry and his wife Jann moved to the Dahley Ranch on Highway 40, Parshall Coin 1974. His love of animals was shared with his kids working and raising milk cows, chickens, geese and ducks, turkeys, rabbits, horses, and steers. The kids were heavily involved in 4-H which Larry and Jann supported and enjoyed!

 

Carl Murphy

Carl Murphy passed away on June 18, 2018. Carl grew up on a ranch in Fraser where he developed a love and respect for animals. He was active in 4-H, livestock judging, sports and rodeo, with rodeo being his real love.
After graduating high school in 1954, Carl attended Colorado State University, but soon came back to Grand County and worked for the Hinman Ranch. He was a lifetime member, and gold card holder, of the Pro Rodeo Cowboy Association.

 

Ethel Evelyn Avery

Ethel Evelyn Avery passed away peacefully on July 17, 2018. Evelyn was born on Jan. 29, 1932, at Slate Creek to Olga and Clayton Hill. At the age of 2, Evelyn won the Sears National Baby Contest with over 100,000 entries and was awarded the silver cup. Evelyn graduated from West Grand High School in Kremmling, Colo., in 1951. She enjoyed the cowboy way of life. If you could ride it, rope it, doctor it or fix it, Evelyn enjoyed it. She truly loved the ranch, her dogs, her cattle and her horses.

 

Lloyd Palmer

Lloyd Palmer of Kremmling passed away in May 2019. He was born in Summit County up the Blue River just before the Great Depression & learned how to ride bucking horses by being born in the ranching business. In his early years, Lloyd broke colts & worked in a saw mill in Kremmling. Lloyd was honored at the 2011 WNFR during the rodeo as a member of the Old Cowboys Turtle Association.