Allington, Edward F. (April 19, 1937 - December 14, 1999)
Edward F. 'Ed' Allington
Douglas Budget - December 15, 1999Funeral services for Edward F. "Ed" Allington, 62, were Dec. 14 at the Glenrock Middle School auditorium.
Father Tom Johnson of the Christ Episcopal Church in Glenrock officiated. Interment was in Glenrock Park Cemetery.
Mr. Allington died Saturday at his home in Glenrock.
He was born April 19, 1937, in Red Lodge, Mont., to Floyd and Juanita (Cortner) Allington. He was reared and educated in Belfry, Mont.
He worked various ranching and mining jobs in Montana until 1957, when he moved to Worland and worked for Dale Weaver, Inc. as a welder until 1963.
Mr. Allington married Sharin Morrison Nov. 25, 1958, in Billings, Mont.
In June 1963, they moved to Glenrock, where he worked for Thatcher and Sons, Inc. as a welder from 1963-85. He then worked for Rochelle Coal Company from June 1987 until the time of his death.
He was a member of Christ Episcopal Church of Glenrock and was once a member of the Bishop's Committee of the church.
He enjoyed fishing, camping and especially spending time with his grandchildren.
He is survived by his wife Sharin of Glenrock; mother Juanita Allington of Cody; children Cara and husband Tom Bolinger of Douglas and Mark and wife Cindi Allington of Glenrock; sisters Betty and husband Lee Howard of Townsend, Mont., Kay and husband Ron Butler of Laurel, Mont., Karen Ridl of Billing, Cheryl and husband Bob Seely of Cody, and Bonnie and husband Rod Vetter of Joliet, Mont.; brothers Kenny and Doris Allington of Pavillion and Keith Allington of Idaho Falls, Idaho; grandchildren Heather, Lindsey, Christopher, Thomas, Casey, Nicholas, Haley, Kassidy and Madison; and many aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces and nephews.
He was preceded in death by his father Floyd and sister Molly Miller.
Memorials to the Ed Allington Memorial Fund, P.O. Box 2181, Glenrock 82637, would be appreciated by the family.
Serving as pallbearers were Mike Stephens, Danny Johnson, Bingo Marburger, George Kindt, Jerry Trottier and Shane McCoy Serving as honorary pallbearers were members of Ed Welding softball team, as well as his many friends.
Converse Funeral Chapel of Douglas was in charge of arrangements.