Obituaries

Monty Ray Rossenborg

A funeral service was held Friday, June 26, at the Haskell Funeral Home, Wyo. for Monty Ray Rossenborg, 59, of Lovell, Wyo.

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Posted on 6/26/15

He died June 19, 2015 at North Bighorn Hospital.

Interment at Lovell Cemetery.

Monty Ray Rossenborg was born in Seattle, Wash. on October 11, 1955 to Ray and Patricia (Beaudoin) Rossenborg. He spent his early years in the Langdon area. His father’s work took them throughout much of the mid-west allowing him to attend many different schools while growing up. He graduated high school in Ely Nev. At a very young age, he developed an excellent work ethic helping his parents on the family farm in Mona. This continued throughout his life. He worked for 40 years in the power line and substation construction where he traveled extensively. While working in Missouri he met Doris (Snyder) Brinklow, they married November 24, 1992 in Lovell, Wyo. With this marriage he gained her three children: Donald Eugene, Dawn Renee and Joseph Aaron Brinklow. He was widowed in 2006, when his wife of 14 years passed away. He enjoyed hunting, spending time in the outdoors, visiting Alaska with his brother Darcy and spending time with his seven grandchildren. He enjoyed camping with his mother Pat and father Ray, and brother and sister, Darcy and Vicki. His passion was fishing. He enjoyed teaching his grandchildren how to fish. In the last few months he was fortunate enough to go fishing with Dean and Ellie, and spend several special days with his father fishing at Sibley Lake.

Monty is survived by his parents, Ray and Patricia Rossenborg of Byron, his brother Darcy of Valdez, AK, his sister Vicki (David) Hammond of Cowley, his children Donnie (Shireena) Brinklow of Lovell, Dawn (Vernon) Allphin of Byron, and Joey Brinklow of Byron. He is also survived by his grandchildren, Tanner Brinklow, Taylor Wolsey, Dalton Wolsey, Maren Brinklow, Aiden Brinklow, Alexis Brinklow, and Gemma Allphin; numerous nieces, nephews, aunts, uncles and cousins. He will be greatly missed and fondly remembered.

Monty was preceded in death by his wife, Doris.