2017 Region IV Memorial Service - American Association of ...

2017 Region IV Memorial Service - American Association of ...

2017 Region IV Memorial Service Officer James R. JR Stanley Montana Highway Patrol, retired Served from July 13, 1965 until July 31, 1984 Died May 22, 2016

Gerald Lee Jerry Winkler Montana Highway Patrol, retired Died June 6, 2016 Served the Patrol from July 8, 1963 to January 8, 1974 Merle Gus Gustafson Montana Highway Patrol Died July 4, 2016 Served with the Patrol from May 8, 1966 until December 4, 1978

Later retired as an instructor from the Montana Law Enforcement Academy Detective Brent Hanger Washington State Patrol End of Watch: August 6, 2016 Brent died in the line of duty after suffering a heart attack while on assignment in Yakima County. Began his career with WSP on July 9, 1998. He received the Award of Merit in 2000 for risking his own life to assist in

saving the life of another. Member of the Northwest Regional Drug Task Force, working with a team performing extremely difficult tasks and facing challenging obstacles. He is survived by his wife, Lisa and his children Emily, Erin, Kailey, Erik, Kyle, and Kevin, and numerous extended family members. Carolee Ulrich Utah Driver License Division Worked for division for more than 12 years Passed away August 9, 2016 surrounded by family.

Carol loved to open her home to all to fill their bellies, feel warmth of companionship, enjoy good conversation, and be safe from lifes challenges. She loved camping and enjoyed the mountains. Leroy Crawford South Area Manager Utah Driver License Division Leroy passed away at home on August 9, 2016. Started with the Division in June of 1993 and stayed on for 23 years.

His colleagues describe him as a genuine, kind and sincere person who always had a story or experience to keep everyone laughing and lighten the mood. Music was his passion and he played the piano, organ and a variety of wind instruments, the tuba being his favorite. Cindy Gage Driver Services Manager for the Arizona MVD Born on August 16th 1956 and died August 17th 2016 She had a passion for life and was the kindest of souls. She

had a love for animals and could often be seen in outdoors looking at the clouds and enjoying watching the birds. She had a love of gardening. Cindy was loved by so many and will be greatly missed. Charles Eddy Ed Snyder California DMV Passed away on October 4, 2016, at the age of 81. Retired in 2004, after an impressive 50 year career. Respected by his colleagues, who bestowed him the endearing name of Mr. DMV.

He was a tremendous influence on those around him. He led by example and garnered the admiration of his peers. He enjoyed memorable family vacations and was a fan of classic horror movies, westerns, and old Hollywood comedy teams. He was fascinated with vintage airplanes and even got to pilot one. Ed loved animals and always had dogs and cats around to keep him company. Susan Roberts Montana Motor Vehicle Division Died October 18, 2016

47 years with the division; longest longevity in bureau history Eric Dale Ellsworth Utah Highway Patrol End of Watch: November 22nd, 2016 Trooper Ellsworth was responding to a report of low hanging power lines causing a traffic hazard. He was struck by a passing vehicle and succumbed to his injuries four days later. Eric had a real passion for fitness and loved to talk about meal plans and workout regimens. He was always helping someone get into some form of

physical fitness. The only thing he loved more than fitness was his family. He didn't take time off to satisfy his own hobbies; it was always for a family outing. He took a week off work one time to go hunting and came back early to be with his family. He once took a second job that lasted about 2 weeks because it limited his family time. George Harker George passed away suddenly but peacefully on November 19, 2016 at the age of 79.

He spent his career working in Edmonton and Calgary in various government positions and finished his career as Region IV Director with AAMVA. He retired to Magrath in 2000 and spent the rest of his life as a committed member of the community, with particular interest in the Magrath Museum in preserving the history of Magrath. Trooper Cody James Donahue Colorado State Patrol End of watch: November 25, 2016

Trooper Donahue was struck and killed by a commercial vehicle while investigating a traffic crash on I-25 He was an eleven year veteran of Patrol and was greatly respected by his team mates and fellow officers His favorite holiday was St. Patrick's day Trooper Donahue is survived by his wife Velma and two children Daniel B. Gutebier Montana Highway Patrol, retired Passed away December 2, 2016 due to infections following

cancer treatments Served the Patrol from 1976 until 1993 Trooper Lynn A. Buchanan Montana Highway Patrol, retired Served the Patrol for 23 years - sworn in on January 23, 1968 and retired July 31, 1991 Victor Bond Oregon DOT

ODOT Information Services Date of death December 19, 2016 at the age of 67 Victor was proud of his Southern Texas heritage and often talked about the crazy weather and storms that came in from Corpus Christie. .Victor figured that at some point, he flew almost every large city working as a systems programmer. While at DMV he worked to bring DMVs system

through many upgrades and changes and could usually come to the rescue of most IT problems. If you picture an old sage of the IT world, Victor was it, bringing more than 40 years of experience to the job. Rose Marie Olsen Utah Driver License Division 26 years of service to the DLD Rose passed away December 27, 2016

She donated platelets to the Red Cross for over a decade and worked for the military serving the troops for more than 17 years. She loved her dogs, lady bugs and puzzles. She is survived by her mother, sons, and grandbrats. Lt. Frank E. Willems Montana Highway Patrol, retired Passed away January 4, 2017 Served the Patrol from September 11, 1958 until his retirement on July 15, 1985

Frank was a frequent visitor to the Patrol after his retirement and was always proud to have been a part of the Patrol His visits and kindness were treasured. Debra Debby Sabin Oregon DMV Transportation Services Representative for 15 years in Roseburg Date of death: February 5, 2017 at the age of 57 Debby was known for her abundance of energy, exceptional

work ethic, and excellent customer service. She enjoyed spending time at the coast, and adored being a grandmother to her two grandchildren. Officer Lucas F. Chellew California Highway Patrol End of Watch: Wednesday, February 22, 2017 Officer Chellew was killed in a motorcycle crash while pursuing another motorcycle who had fled the scene. He was 31 years old. He was a U.S. Army veteran and served with the California Highway

Patrol for eight years. He is survived by his wife, daughter, son, parents and sister. His sister Hanna is an officer with the CHP and his father Charles is a retired CHP Captain. Hal Putnam Idaho Transportation Department Hal passed away on February 28, 2017 at the age of 67. He was a valued employee of the Idaho DMV, serving as Motor Carrier Registration Auditor and Program Supervisor

in Driver Services. He retired in 2012. Hal was active in AAMVA for many years and was well known in the community Niels Nielson Utah Driver License Division East Area Manager until March, 2005, 23 years of service Passed away on March 1, 2017 Neils had many jobs, including selling newspapers for five cents,

picking cotton, and selling insurance. He enjoyed taking family and friends fishing, playing trumpet, gardening, playing games, helping people, and spending time with family. Mary Walton Utah Driver License Division Mary died March 7 in a peaceful, spiritual experience in her home surrounded by her family. Marys greatest joy was becoming a mother and

grandmother. Each one feels they were her favorite. Patrolman John E. Odlin Montana Highway Patrol, retired Died March 13, 2017 Served from August 2, 1971 until his retirement on November 25, 1994. He is remembered as a jovial spirit. Barbara Barb Weber

Washington Department of Licensing Date of Death: March 16, 2017 Information Technology Specialist on DOLs Help Desk Barbara was a valued member of the DOL since 1988. Her quick wit and humor kept co-workers laughing and engaged. She made the work environment positive and productive. Her upbeat personality and funny jokes will be greatly missed. Colonel Edwin D. Strickfaden Died March 16, 2017 after a wonderful life.

Considered the Father of the Contemporary Idaho State Patrol. Served in the U.S. Air Force prior to joining the State Police in 1967. Served in various capacities and became ISP leader in 1999. Searheaded the effort to reorganize the former Idaho Department of Law Enforcement to better serve the citizens of Idaho. His efforts led to legislation that created the Idaho State Police in

2000. Troopers Strickfaden and Daly working to resolve a hostage situation in Bonner County, 1989 With Gov. Kempthorne at the signing of the bill that created the Idaho State Police, 2000

J. Richard Dick Rennie Montana Highway Patrol, retired Died March 20, 2017 Served the Patrol from January 1, 1964 until his retirement on June 30, 1988. He is remembered as a very tall man with broad shoulders and a very quiet and gentle manner. Patrolman Kerry Keyser Montana Highway Patrol, retired

Died March 26, 2017 Served the Patrol from December 17, 1956 until his retirement on December 31, 1981

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