Boardman, Charlotte Pearl (Evans) (August 4, 1917 - February 6, 1979)
Boardman funeral services are
held on February 10
Douglas Budget - February 15, 1979Funeral services for Charlotte Pearl Boardman, 61, were held at 10 a.m., Saturday at the First Presbyterian Church, 511 Carey Avenue, Gillette.
The Rev. Leland Rubesh officiated. Burial was in Mt. Pisgah Cemetery.
Mrs. Boardman died Tuesday in the Campbell County Memorial Hospital.
Mrs. Boardman was born Aug. 4, 1917 to Charlotte and Walter Evans in a sod house in Custer County, Neb.
In June, 1930 she came to Wyoming and married Jess Boardman, Sept. 29, 1935, in Sundance.
The couple resided on ranches north of Gillette for 35 years where they ranched, carried mail and built reservoirs with horses and fresnos.
She was initiated into the Gentian Chapter of Eastern Star and in 1965 served as Worthy Matron. She also served as Grand Representative of the Grand Chapter of Minnesota in Wyoming, taking the unfinished term of Sister LaVern Cook.
Mrs. Boardman was a booster of many area youth activities, in particular the Gillette FFA Chapter.
In 1970, she and her husband retired and moved into town.
Her husband, Jess, died Oct. 4, 1971. Also preceding her death were her parents and a sister.
Mrs. Boardman is survived by a son, Earl Boardman of Weston; one daughter, Betty Jo Hermann of Littleton, Colo.; a sister, Fannie Jones of Douglas, three nieces, one nephew; and 10 grandchildren.
In addition to the Eastern Star, she was a member of the First Presbyterian Church.
A memorial has been established to the George Amos Memorial Library.
Donations may be left with Noecker Funeral Home which is in charge of arrangements.