Darr, Lori Lynn (Minnehan) (January 1, 1955 - July 9, 2003)

Lori Lynn Minnehan-Darr

Douglas Budget - July, 2003

Funeral services for Lori Lynn Minnehan-Darr, 48, were held July 14 at First United Methodist Church in Douglas, with Rev. Dr. Robert D. Firebaugh and Rev. Bill Moore officiating. Interment was at Douglas Park Cemetery.

Mrs. Darr died July 9, 2003, at Wyoming Medical Center in Casper.

She was born Jan. 1, 1955, in Shelby, Mont., to John and Ruth (Carlson) Minnehan. She graduated from Havre High School in Havre, Mont. in 1973. She attended Montana State University and earned a bachelor of science degree in agricultural economics upon graduation in 1977.

On June 10, 1978, she married Carey Douglas Kelly Darr at Bozeman United Methodist Church in Bozeman, Mont. In 1983 the couple moved to Hobbs, N.M. They moved to Casper in October 1989, and then to Douglas in March 1993.

Mrs. Darr worked for Production Credit Association, Farmers Home Loan, Farm Credit, United Methodist Church and Aspen Realty. She was a board member of the Wyoming Beef and Cattle Improvement Association and Wyoming State Angus Association. She was on the Wyoming High School State Rodeo Finals Host Committee, was an FFA alumni and a 4-H leader.

She enjoyed horses, ranching, 4-H, being a realtor and spending time with her children.

She is survived by her mother Ruth Minnehan of Bozeman; husband Kelly Darr of Douglas; three children, Jeremiah Darr, Casey Darr and Whitney Darr, all of Douglas; and brothers Joe Minnehan of Chester, Mont., and Tom Minnehan of Kazakhstan.

She was preceded in death by her father.

Serving as pallbearers were Kelly Clausen, Barbara Morrison, Joe Minnehan, Jerei Krejci, Colleen Harmeyer and Melanie Geho.

Serving as honorary pallbearers were Kelly Darr, Jeremiah Darr, Casey Darr, Whitney Darr, Tom Minnehan, Carol Gibson, Shirley Forgey, Erin Schwartzkopf, Deb Murray, Mary Ann Booth, Joy Hardy and Wendy Lynn.

A memorial to the Lori Lynn Minnehan-Darr Memorial Fund in care of Converse County Bank, P.O. Box 689, Douglas, would be appreciated by the family.

Gorman Funeral Home - Converse Chapel of Douglas was in charge of the arrangements.

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