Richard Edward Damron

Born: Sun., Jan. 12, 1947
Died: Sat., Jan. 6, 2018


Memorial Service

1:00 PM Sat., Jan. 13, 2018
Location: Depot Square


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Richard Edward Damron passed away at home on January 6, 2018, following a lengthy illness.  He was born on January 12, 1947 in Louisiana, Missouri, the son of Norman and Verna Mae (Koester) Damron.
Richard attended school in Missouri, North Dakota, and Wyoming. He was employed by Bridger Coal Company for many years as a heavy equipment operator.  He then worked for UPS in Rock Springs and Evanston, and later for Seward Trucking Company.
Richard was known for his stubbornness, his wit, his love of babies and dogs, and of course pickles. He loved fishing with his Dad and his uncle. He was an avid Green Bay Packer’s fan, but loved all sports and would watch any televised event. Even though he was extremely hard-headed and insisted on doing things his way, he also liked to joke and kid around with everyone he knew.
He leaves his wife of thirty-three years, Pamela (Dunn) Damron, his daughter Kerry and husband Tucker Downs of Rock Springs; his son Darin Damron and wife Kathy, of Evanston; his daughter Tammy Hunt and companion Jeff Graeber of Laurel, Montana,  his son Douglas Fish and wife Sara of Lyman. He is also survived by several grandchildren and great grandchildren: Patrick Marshall, his wife Tiffany and daughter Karly of Rock Springs; Jessica, her husband Steve VanValkenburg, and son Devon of Rock Springs; Amanda Damron of Evanston; Allycia Durham, her companion Eric Braunberger and sons Lukas and Talon of Miles City, Montana; Krystal Durham and her children Zebediah, Johnathan, Tieranney, and Astraea of Laurel, Montana; Roy Durham of Laurel, Montana;  Jacob, Ethan, and Anthony Graeber of Laurel, Montana;   Shealyn and husband Patrick Even of Rock Springs;  and Tanner Downs and his companion Amanda Fleck, and children Xaiden, Madison, and Maxton of Rock Springs.  He is also survived by his brother Darrell Damron of Meridian, Idaho and sister Debra Davenport of Cody, Wyoming.
Richard was preceded in death by his parents and infant grand-daughter, Willow Dawn Lucille Maez Fish.
After cremation, a service for friends and family will be held on January 13th, at 1 pm. The service will be held at Depot Square, 920 Front Street, Evanston, WY.
Thanks to the staff at Best Home Health Hospice for their help and support.

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Tonna Buttke
   Posted Mon January 08, 2018
So sorry for your loss Pam. If there is anything you need/want please please just ask. What are neighbors for if I can't help in your time of need.

Tonna
Call anytime 679-0234

Tom and Kathy Morrison
   Posted Mon January 08, 2018
We were so sad to hear of Dicks passing! Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you during this time! Remembering all the good times we had with you when you lived closer! Miss seeing all of you!

Mike LaSalle
   Posted Wed January 10, 2018
Pam and family, I am sorry for your loss. Dick was the type of guy that made this world much more interesting.

Sue Morgan
   Posted Sun January 14, 2018
Pan so sorry to here about Dick had a lot of good memories when he delivered ups. You and your family are in my prayers.

Ray and Carlene Morrison
   Posted Mon January 15, 2018
We are sorry to hear of Dicks passing. We shared many great memories. Our thoughts and prayers go out to Pam and family.

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