Nicholas and Myrtle (Zalman) Kallsen, 6 North 52 West
Nicholas claimed two quarters in sections 12 and 13, 6N 52W in 1915.
In 1940 Adams County, Myron is 26, married to Glenna 21. Brother Clyde 28 is living with them.
Myron Kallsen, 98, of Loveland, formerly of Greeley, died June 18, 2012 at Valley Manor Care Center in Montrose. He was born on September 22, 1913 in Sterling to Nickolas and Myrtle (Zalman) Kallsen. Myron was loved by everyone and was such a loving Father and Grandfather. He farmed and milked cattle all his life and shared that wholesome life with all who loved him. He enjoyed making miniature tractors, farm equipment, cowboys and various iron art from nuts, bolts and scrap metal to the enjoyment of his children and grandchildren. Myron is survived by his wife of 73 years, Glenna, currently living in Montrose; four children, Matt Kallsen and wife Nancy of Okemah, Oklahoma, Sherri Murphy of Loveland, Mary Anne McCourt and husband Tom of Montrose and Skip Kallsen and wife Tammy of Castle Rock; 11 Grandchildren and 18 Great-Grandchildren.
Funeral services for Velma Irene Wolff, 95, will be held Thursday, November 11, 2010 at 10:30 a.m. at Our Saviour's Lutheran Church in Casper with Pastor Robert McNamara celebrating. Interment will follow in Highland Cemetery in Casper, Wy. Visitation will be from 6-7 P.M., Wed. at Newcomer Funeral Home, 710 E. 2nd St., Casper, Wy. Velma passed away at Sheridan Manor, Nov. 2, 2010. She recently celebrated her 95th birthday Sept. 8, 2010 at Sugarland Ridge Retirement Home in Sheridan, after moving there this past summer. Velma previously lived 48 years in Casper. Velma was born Sept. 8, 1915, in Big Springs, Nebraska to Lewis and Emma Zalman. She was raised on a farm homestead in Nebraska, attended a country school, and graduated from Big Springs High School in 1932. She became a certified teacher for the country schools in Deuel County, Nebraska at the age of 16. Later, Velma received her Bachelor's Degree in Education at the University of Wyoming in 1968, the same year her son, Kent Macklin graduated from UW. Velma married Seddie Macklin July 10, 1937 in Sidney, Nebraska. After living their early years in Nebraska, they moved to Laramie, Wy. where their first child, Kent was born. Later, while living in Casper, Wy., their daughter Marcine was born. Velma also lived in Buffalo where Seddie owned the Ford garage. After Seddie's death, Velma married Harold Wolff, Aug. 8, 1961. They lived in Casper where Velma taught in the elementary school system until retiring at the age of 70. She loved teaching. Her daughter, Marcine and granddaughter, Andrea, followed in her footsteps. Velma was active many years at Our Saviour's Lutheran Church in Casper, helping with the Ladies group that made quilts for the needy, and she served on the Altar Guild. In Buffalo, she was a Sunday school teacher, and played the organ on Sundays. She was known for her excellent cooking, canning, and making homemade jellies. She enjoyed gardening, raised a large vegetable garden and grew many flowers, especially beautiful roses. She loved to paint the lovely flowers. She also enjoyed her pet cats through the years. In her later years at the retirement homes, she truly appreciated the loving care she received from the nurses and aides. She is survived by her son, Kent (Donna) Macklin, Casper, daughter Marcine (Robert) Kvidahl, Sheridan, grandson, Christopher Sly, Cheyenne, granddaughter Andrea Macklin Davey, (Brian) and granddaughters, Emma and Caitlyn, Gilbert, AZ, and grandson, Nathan Macklin, Washington, DC . She was preceded in death by her husbands, Seddie, and Harold, parents, Louis and Emma Zalman, and brother, Marvin Zalman.
Another niece :
hyllis Randall, 91 of Riverton, Wyoming, died on Thursday, July 13, 2017, at the Help for Health Hospice Home. Per her wishes cremation has taken place. A Celebration of Life will be held at a later date. Phyllis Irene Buttle was born on October 29, 1925 in Big Springs, NE to John Raymond and Bertha Pauline (Zalman) Buttle. She grew up and attended schools in Nebraska.
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