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Son of the late Thomas and Lena (Massagli) Faggioni, he was predeceased by his beloved wife Johann "ladle" (Krebs) and his son Lester Joseph. Surviving are his son Thom- as A. and Liza Ham of Wood- bridge, his son Richard R. and wife Jamie of Metuchen and his grandsons Thomas T. and Joseph F. Born in Perth Amboy, New Jersey, in 1934, he grew up in Metuchen, and relocated to Sundance in 1993 to fol- low his dreams. He loved people and the wide open spaces which Wyoming had to offer. He was an avid out- doorsman. He loved to hunt and fish and spent much of his time target and trap shoot- ing. He was part of the Orange Crush trap employed by IBEW Local 456, New Bruns- wick, New Jersey, for over 25 years when he retired in 1989. Tom was always involved when it came to kids. Whether is was Little League baseball, Pop Wamer foot- ball, boy scouts or electri- cal apprentices, he always worked well with kids. Most recently, he was called the candy man at his parish, St. Paul's Catholic Church in Sundance, where he was an active parishioner and man of great faith. Mass of Christian Burial celebration was Monday, December 1, 2014, at St. Francis of Assisi Cathedral in Metuchen. Cremation fol- lowed. In lieu of flowers, any donations would be greatly appreciated to be made in his memo- ry, to St. Paul's Catholic Church, PO Box 28, team of Spearfish, South Dakota. Sundance, WY 82729 to assist them in the An Army veteran, he was a member of current ongoing process of building a new IBEW local 367, Easton, Pennsylvania, and church. Earlene Sue Manning Earlene Sue Manning, 76 of Jesup, Georgia, died Friday, November 28, 2014, after an ex- tended illness. The Wyoming native had lived in Wayne County the past 40 years, was a mem- ber of Liberty Lighthouse Church and was a homemaker. Survivors are her husband of 50 years, Rev. Charles Manning ofJesup; a daughter and son- in-law, Kimberly and Ken Cowart; two sons and daughter-in-law, Kipp and Susan Manning, Stephen Manning, all of Jesup; 12 grandchil- dren; two sisters, Toby Lee Petra and Sandy Johnston; two brothers, Bro. Gene Kipp and Michael Kipp; several nieces and nephews. Funeral services were Monday, December 1, 2014, at Little Creek Baptist Church with Ray. Wayne Manning officiating. Interment was in the Little Creek Cemetery. Active pall- bearers were Wayne "Rooster" Manning, Jr., Liston Wainright, Randy Wainright, Donald Brockington, Corbitt Brockington and Scott Stradtman. Memorials may be made to Liberty Light- house Church, P. O. Box 101, Jesup, GA 31598. Please sign the online guestbook at www. rinehartandsons.com. Rinehart and Sons Funeral Home of Jesup is in charge of arrangements. Retirement celebration for Tschetter BY SARAH PRIDGEON The community is warmly invited to attend a celebra- tory party next week to wish Connie Tschetter, County Clerk, best wishes in her re- tirement. Tschetter leaves at the end of 2014 after three decades of service in the Crook County Courthouse. "It's to give the community a chance to recognize the fact that Connie has served the public for 33 and a half Take another look! BCBS00'4Y.c0m/BL'I-rER WYOMING An independent licensee of the Blue Cross and B/ue Shield Association school, Dinner - 5:30-:6:, Methodist Church 306 Ryan Street, 283- 1754, Pastor Ken Ballard; p.m Monday VBS - after school to 5:15 p.m. 4th and Ryan, Pastor Norman 602Main Rev. JoAnne Moore-Priest: Rev. Steve Christy, Deacon; Holy Eucha- rist - tst, 2n t and 4th Sundays of each month -9:30 a.m. Sacrament Meet- trig- 9a,m., SundaySchool- lO a.m,, Priesthood Meeting and Re- lief Society - 11 a.m, St. Paul's CathOliC Church Confessions  5:306:15 p:rn;; Fridays: Adoration and Bene- diction followed by Mass - 7 a.m.; Sunday Mass - 9:30 a.m. Service- 10:30m; ................... (605) 642-3844, Pastor Mark Chaplin; S ys:? a.m, Sunday School Tga.m. Wo 6:30 years," says Linda Fritz, who will be stepping into Tschet- ter's shoes in the new year. "She's done an excellent job. Everybody knows that, if they need something, they can come here and she will figure out how to get it taken care of." The party will be held on December 15 in the lobby of the courthouse, between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. All members of the community are wel- come to attend. "Connie is truly devoted. She knows her stuff, she's been an excellent employer and people in the courthouse are reliant on her knowledge, so I'm sure they're going to miss that," says Fritz. "The community is wel- come to come by, visit, eat some cake and wish her well in her retirement." Church of Christ 369 W. Highway 14; Bible Stud - lO a.m.. Worship 11 a.m. Church 6 Antelope Lane, off Frord- Pastor, pastorjohnbums@gmoL corn, www.gatewabop- tistsundance.com; Sunday School - 9:45 a.m,, Worship - 10:45 a.m., Evening -6p.mJ Wednesday Bible StOdyQnd prayer - 6:30 p.m.? , Handicap parking av hi'e; p 0:40 View Church HOT SPRINGS STATE PARK Thermopolis, Wyoming TWO-NIGHT PACKAGE $20900.\\;$219009 Aniviag Sun.-Thurs. I Arriving (any 2 nights)  coup__ Fri. or Sat. T o k. =s @oe to chaa/cxaal evei md black out da pply, Gd  5t21/2015. *Two Nights Lodging Bottle of Champagne Z. 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