Dec. 2 David Lee Rasmussen, 82, of Worland
Nov. 26 Brian Eugene Augustin, 67, of Worland
Dec. 5 Donna Mae Robinson, 81, of Thermopolis
Dec. 8 Dean Haney, 68, of Jackson Hole, formerly of Worland
Dec. 8 Donna Lynn Johnson, 55, of Worland, in Cody
Dec. 6 Dean Haney, 68, of Jackson Hole, formerly of Worland
Dec. 6 Homer Thompson, 76, of Greybull, in Billings, Montana
Dec. 4 Ricardo De Niz Vazquez, 21, of Manderson
Dec. 9, Fred C. Hanson, 79, of Thermopolis, in Billings, Mont.
Dec. 12 Lucille Margarette Morton, 89, of Thermopolis
Dec. 7 Cole J. Thompson, 63, of Ten Sleep, in Cody
Dec. 13 Harriette Lucille Allen, 88, of Greybull
Dec. 11 Georgina Clara Wright, 82, of Carrollton, Texas, formerly of Worland
Georgina Clara Wright
Georgina Clara Wright, 82, of Carrollton, Texas passed away Dec. 11,
Jeanie was born on May 2, 1932 in Worland to John and Elizabeth Eckerdt.
Jeanie graduated from Manderson High School and upon graduation, attended business college in Denver. On Dec. 29, 1951, Jeanie married her high school sweetheart, also lovingly referred to as her “Cowboy Sweetheart,” Wesley Wright.
Wes and Jeanie moved to Texas in 1964 where they raised their four children. Upon retirement, Jeanie and Wes loved to spend their summers in the Bighorn Mountains near their childhood homes, friends and family.
Jeanie was preceded in death by her parents, brothers Bill and Bob Eckerdt and sister Irene Deveraux.
Jeanie is survived by her husband of 63 years, Wesley L. Wright and their four
children including daughter Linda (David) Todd of Coppell, Texas; son David (Deborah) Wright of College Station, Texas; son Larry (Marcia) of Tulsa, Oklahoma; daughter Lori (Bryon) of Carrollton, Texas; and sister Marion Black of Worland. She is also survived by nine grandchildren: Brandi Todd, Michael Todd, James (Lindsey) Wright, Jennifer Wright, Samantha (Jake) Grant, Danielle Wright, Cole Wright, Kelly Mullen and Katelynn Mullen; and one great-grandchild Addison Wright.
Jeanie’s memorial services were held Tuesday, Dec. 16 at Aldersgate United Methodist Church in Carrollton, Texas. Burial took place at Dallas-Fort Worth National Cemetery in Dallas, Texas. Arrangements are by Rhoton Funeral Home.
In lieu of flowers, gifts of memorial may be given to The Association for
Frontotemporal Degeneration at www.theaftd.org.