Amick, Roy N. (August 7, 1911 - October 31, 1968)
Services held for Mayor...
Douglas Budget - UnknownFuneral services were held Saturday, October 26 at 2 p.m. at St. John the Baptist Episcopal Church in Glendo for Mayor Roy N. Amick. The Rev. Joseph B. Batten officiated. Casket bearers were Edwin Cowger, Glen Cundall, William Johnson, C. A. Thomas, Sr., A. B. Waters, and Everett Weimer. Mrs. Pat Chambers was organist, and vocal solos were by Laurence Swallow of Wheatland. Interment was at Douglas Park Cemetery.
Born August 7, 1911, at Tekemah, Nebr., Amick was a veteran of World War II. He lived in Douglas a number of years before moving to Glendo in 1947. He and the former Betty J. Collins were married in Glendo June 8, 1947. Together they operated a motel in Glendo for 21 years. In recent years Amick was representative for an investment firm.
Amick was elected mayor of Glendo in 1955, and with the exception of one term had served continuously in that capacity until hospitalized following a stroke last March 28. He had been in the Veterans hospital and the Nursing home Care Unit at the V. A. Center in Cheyenne until his death on October 23. During his tenure, Mayor Amick worked actively not only in local civic affairs of his adopted community, but was also active in Wyoming Association of Municipalities and in the U. S. Highway 26 Association. he was a member of the Episcopal Church, Charter member of Glendo Lions Club, and an American Legionnaire.
Survivors include his wife; three children, Roy N. Amick, of Mills, Mrs. Robert (Barbara) Gibson of Billings, and Hal Amick of Glendo; a sister, Mrs. Gil LeFebvre of Bellflower, Calif.; brothers Ron Amick of Long Beach and Wayne Amick of San Jose; and seven grandchildren.