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Betty Irene Nickel
Sunrise: 1938-06-10
Sunset: 2024-05-17

Betty Irene Nickel, of Pahrump, Nevada, passed away peacefully at her home on May 17, 2024. She was born in Caldwell, Idaho, on June 10, 1938, to Charles and Edith Breshears.

In 1953, she met and married the love of her life, Wesley Eugene Nickel. They lived in Caldwell, ID for many years. In 1974, Wesley's work with the Union Pacific Railroad moved them to Clearfield, Utah where they lived before they moved to Pahrump, NV in 2020.

Betty worked for various companies over her career however, her greatest memories were at Hehr Windows, Max Factor, and Manheim Auto Auction.

She enjoyed doing crafts, sewing and was considered a skilled seamstress by friends and family. She enjoyed traveling and spending time with family and friends. She was preceded in death by her husband, Wesley Nickel, her son, Calvin Nickel, brothers, LeRoy and Tom Breshears, and parents, Charles and Edith Breshears. Betty is survived by her daughters: Sherrie (Monty) Spaulding, Deanna (Darrell) Dandoy (both of Pahrump, NV), Kimberly (Steve) Peacock of Navarre, FL, and several grandchildren, great-grandchildren, and great-great-grandchildren.

We love you and until we meet again, rest well.

Graveside Services will be held for Wesley and Betty on Thursday, June 20, 2024 at 11:00AM at the Clearfield City Cemetery, 1050 State St., Clearfield, UT.

The family ask that you don't send flowers just send a memory through this link, https://www.lindquistmortuary.com/obituaries/betty-nickel

Frank Molette
Sunrise: 1936-02-28
Sunset: 2024-02-19 in Pahrump

Frank Molette, a beloved husband, father, and grandfather, passed away on February 19, 2024, at the age of 87. He was born on February 28, 1936, in Lemoore, California, and later moved to Oceano, California in 1944 with his family.

Frank was a proud alumnus of Arroyo Grande High School, where he forged lifelong friendships and laid the foundation for a fulfilling life. It was during his high school years that he met the love of his life, Rosemary Willing, in 1953. The couple shared a deep connection that blossomed into a beautiful union, and they were married on May 2, 1954, in Shell Beach, California.

Throughout his life, Frank was a dedicated craftsman and electrician. His strong work ethic and commitment to providing for his family were evident in every aspect of his career. Frank's skilled hands and unwavering determination left a lasting impact on those who had the privilege of working alongside him.

Beyond his professional pursuits, Frank was known for his love of bowling and was recognized as a fantastic bowler in his community. His passion for dancing brought joy to countless social gatherings, leaving cherished memories for all who shared the dance floor with him.

Frank was also an active and cherished member of the community, dedicating much of his time to the Pismo Beach Moose Lodge and the Oceano Elks Lodge. He was not just a member; he also played an integral role in these organizations, holding various offices and contributing significantly to their success. Frank lent his hand to the cook crew over the years, becoming a fixture at events and gatherings. His culinary skills, coupled with a warm and welcoming demeanor, made him an invaluable asset to the lodge's gatherings, enhancing the sense of community among its members.

In April 2000, Frank and Rosemary embraced a new chapter of their lives as they made Pahrump, Nevada their home. Here, Frank discovered a love for the vibrant casino scene, where he enjoyed the thrill of gaming and the camaraderie that came with it. His infectious laughter and bright smile made him a beloved figure at the gaming tables, and you could often find him drinking his signature martini at the bar. Frank's community involvement extended to the Pahrump Moose Lodge, where he actively participated in various activities and events. He was also a member of the local VFW and American Legion. His commitment to his country never wavered over the years.

Frank Molette will be remembered not only for his contributions to his profession but also for the warmth and kindness he brought to the lives of those around him. He leaves behind a legacy of love, hard work, and a zest for life that will be carried on by his family and friends.

As Frank Molette's earthly journey comes to an end, his spirit lives on in the hearts of his children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren. He is survived by his children, John Molette, Rhonda Tigue (Patrick), Rodney Molette, and Martin Molette. He is preceded in death by his wife of 70 years, Rosemary A Molette (Willing), just three weeks prior to his own passing. They are united once again. Frank's memory will live on in the hearts of those who knew him.

Robert Wesley Glenn Sr
Sunrise: 1964-10-06
Sunset: 2024-02-05

Robert Wesley Glenn Sr. of Pahrump, NV was born on October 6th, 1964, in Fairview Park, Ohio and sadly left us on February 5th, 2024. He is reunited with his parents, who preceded him in death, Robert P. Glenn and Catherine Louise Glenn.

He is survived by his loving son, Robert W Glenn Jr., his sister, Debra K Glenn, and many aunts, uncles and cousins. He has also left behind many friends scattered across the country.

Most who knew Bobby loved him. His favorite hobby was fishing, both fresh water and salt water. Every summer, a group would meet up in Panguitch, Utah for a week's long fishing trip, which he looked forward to all year. He and his son were planning an ocean trip for this spring, which he was also excited about. His next favorite pastime was watching professional sports and cheering for his favorite hometown teams. To say he was a die-hard Browns and Indians (now Guardians) fan is an understatement. He enjoyed going to the games when he could with family and friends. He recently took on a couple of pups, Sunka and Bernie (Kosar), which he also loved dearly and who will remain with the family.

Our time with him was cut short, but we will remember and honor his legacy. He will be truly missed by all.

Always in our hearts.

Rosemary Augusta Molette
Sunrise: 1935-06-06
Sunset: 2024-01-28

In Loving Memory of Rosemary Augusta Molette (June 6, 1935 - January 28, 2024)

It is with heavy hearts that we announce the passing of Rosemary Augusta Molette, a cherished member of the Pahrump community, who departed this world on January 28, 2024, surrounded by her family. Born on June 6, 1935, in Quincy, Illinois, Rosemary's journey led her from the heartland to the scenic Central Coast of California in 1950.

During her courageous move to the Central Coast, she found a welcoming home with her brother Virgil Willing and his wife Betty. A devoted sister, she took on the role of caregiver for Virgil's two small children while attending Arroyo Grande High School. Rosemary's commitment to family and her ability to balance the responsibilities of school and caregiving reflected her strong character and determination.

It was during her time at Arroyo Grande High School that Rosemary's path intersected with that of her life partner, Frank Molette. Their love story began in 1953, and the bond they shared blossomed into a beautiful union when they exchanged vows in May 1954. Together, Rosemary and Frank embarked on a journey of love, companionship, and shared dreams.

Rosemary's heart was as vast as the Central Coast's breathtaking landscapes. Her nurturing spirit continued to shine as she and Frank built a life together. As a devoted wife and mother, Rosemary created a home filled with warmth, laughter, and love. Her culinary talents, honed since her early years, made family gatherings and holidays particularly special, leaving a lasting impression on all who were fortunate enough to partake in her delicious creations.

Rosemary's nimble fingers and creative spirit made her an avid seamstress, weaving threads of love into every fabric she touched. Her artistic endeavors adorned her family and friends with handmade treasures that will be cherished for generations to come. Through the stitches of her craft, Rosemary left an enduring legacy of love and care.

Her commitment to community service was reflected in her active roles within the Pismo Moose Lodge and the Oceano Elks Lodge. Rosemary held several offices and tirelessly contributed to various fundraisers, embodying the spirit of camaraderie and philanthropy. Her dedication to these organizations not only left an impact on the local community but also exemplified her generous nature.

In April 2000, Rosemary and Frank embraced a new chapter of their lives as they made Pahrump their home. Here, Rosemary discovered a love for the vibrant casino scene, where she enjoyed the thrill of gaming and the camaraderie that came with it. Rosemary's community involvement extended to the Pahrump Moose Lodge, where she actively participated in various activities and events. Her infectious laughter and bright spirit made her a beloved figure at the gaming tables, creating lasting friendships with fellow enthusiasts.

As Rosemary Molette's earthly journey comes to an end, her spirit lives on in the hearts of her 5 children, 13 grandchildren, and 16+ great-grandchildren. She is survived by her children, John E Molette, Rhonda L Tigue (Patrick Tigue), Rodney Molette, and Martin Molette. May her soul find eternal peace, and may her family find comfort in the love and memories they shared. Pahrump has lost a beloved resident, but the legacy of Rosemary's joyous spirit will endure in the hearts of those who had the privilege of knowing her.

John Frank Tumminello
Sunrise: 1936-11-24
Sunset: 2024-01-20

John Frank Tumminello, age 87, passed away at home surrounded by his family. John was born November 24, 1936 in Queens, New York. He joined the United States Army, serving from 1954 to 1957, as a paratrooper in the Airborne 503.

John is survived by his wife of 63 years, Dolores Tumminello; sons, Frank and Patricia Tumminello, Joseph Dominick Tumminello; daughter, Cammie Lynn and Robert Voges; 7 grandchildren, Ashley, Mandy, Andrea, Frank Jr, Anthony, Joshua, and Aniyah; and by 6 great grandchildren, Carter, Jaianna, Avery, Kennedy, and Brayden.

Harold and Jerry McMillen

Sunset: 2024-01-15

Harold Lee McMillan, Sr., age 92, passed away December 9, 2023 with family beside him. He was survived by his wife of 73 years, Jerry Burger McMillan.

Jerry Burger McMillan, age 90, passed after her husband, Harold, on January 15, 2024, with family by her side. She is survived by her brother, Charles Burger, in Colorado.

They were born and raised in Colorado where they spent much of their adult life. They also resided in Columbia Falls, Polson, and Frenchtown, Montana before passing away in Pahrump, Nevada. Harold and Jerry are returning to the Colorado mountains to be laid to rest at a later date.

They are survived by their three children Vickie, Marilyn (Merle), Lee (Harold Jr.) (Lesa); two grandchildren Britt, Dirk (Dana); and two great-grandchildren Stormy and Brody.

They are greatly missed by family and friends.

Mark Logan

Sunset: 2023-11-08

In loving memory of my husband and best friend for 35 years. "I love you always, Baby."
Mark Logan passed away peacefully in Las Vegas on November 8, 2023 at the age of 61, losing his battle with brain cancer. He is survived by his spouse, Deborah McBurney, his Son Dennis Logan, and two stepchildren, Jullisa Gallardo and Daniel Wright, Both of Las Vegas. He is also survived by his brothers Christopher, Lawrence, and Jeffrey Logan, and his sister Cindy Levi , all in California.
Mark had an infectious laugh, eyes that sparkled with goodness, and was loved by everyone who met him. He was devoted to his wife Deborah, his family and his work, both at COIT cleaning where he was known to be one of the best Drapery and Blind cleaners in town. He also volunteered as an Usher for St. Bridget's Catholic Church for many years. He showed his devotion to God and his fellow parishioners. Mark was very generous; he would give away his last dollar to somebody in need. Because of his devotion to his family, he spent the final 13 years of his mother's life caring for her until her passing. Mark's big heart and generosity will be missed by everyone who knew him.
FUNERAL MASS is Scheduled for DEC 14th at 1:30 PM at St. Bridget's Catholic Church

ADDRESS : 220 N. 14th Street , Las Vegas NV
Fraternal Order of the Eagles, 310 Pacific Ave, Henderson, NV 89015.

Lorrene ELvina Nice

Sunset: 2023-06-10 in Pahrump

We regretfully announce the passing of Lorrene ELvina Nice aka Wagner of Pahrump Nevada on June 10, 2023 Lorrene was surrounded by her loved ones and passed away peacefully.

Our Mother Lorrene, was one of the Strongest, Bravest, most selfless, Loving, Kind, compassionate, giving women to have walked on this earth and our family was and is blessed to have her part of it.

Lorrene leaves behind her Beloved Husband Apolonio Ancieto Jr.

Her two daughters Loreli LeBaron of Carson City, Bobbie J Anderson of Las Vegas
Her Nine Beautiful Grandchildren Rebecca Howard, Noah Tudor, Patience Tudor Elisabeth Nolan, Elisha Nolan, Senaya Anderson, Jeshua Nolan, Briana Anderson and Axel Anderson.

Her Sister Michelle Nice, two brothers Clarence Nice and Henry Nice.

Lorrene leaves behind many more loved ones and dear friends.

Joseph Anthony Carpenter

Sunset: 2023-03-08

Joseph Anthony Carpenter, 48, of Pahrump Nevada sadly left us on March 08, 2023. He is survived by his children Isaac Anthony Carpenter. Services will be held within our hearts.

Susan Lynn Shawgo

Sunset: 2023-03-03 in Pahrump

Susan Lynn Shawgo, 63, of Pahrump Nevada sadly left us on March 16, 2023. She is survived by her 3 children, Nathan Morin, Vanessa Morin, Kyle Augustine and 4 grandchildren Addison Morin, Austin Morin, Alyvia Morin, and Aubrey Morin. Services will be held within our hearts.

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