Gravestone photos courtesy of Joshua Brackett's Eagle Scout Project
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Niobrara County Library - Muriel E. Spacht (December 26, 1917 - August 24, 1976)

Muriel E. Spacht (December 26, 1917 - August 24, 1976)

The Lusk Herald
September 2, 1976

Muriel Spacht graveside services here

Graveside service was held here last Thursday at 1:00 for Muriel Spacht of Laramie, who died Aug. 24. Mark Lohr of the Lusk Church of Christ officiated. Casket bearers were Jim Thompson, C. E. Hollon, Reg Bafford, Walt Fernau, Dick Pfister, all of Lusk and Don Kany, Laramie. Honorary bearers were Dave Lorenzen, Bob Templeton, Russ Thompson, Everett Kilmer, Hobart Cockreham, Maynard Clark, all of Lusk; Jerry Hicks, Ed Jackson, E, B. Condit, Dr. Tom Harris and Dave Nicholas, Laramie, Jim Griffith and James E. Barrett, Cheyenne and H. L. Gautschi, Casper. She was buried in the family plot beside her parents Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Spacht and her sister Jean.

Muriel Spacht was born December 26, 1917, at Hemingford, Neb. She attended schools in Nebraska and Wyoming and graduated from the University of Wyoming in 1938, after which she taught commercial subjects at Lander High School for four years. September 30, 1943, she married Arthur B. Dalgarno in Lubbock, Tex. They came to Lusk after his discharge from the service and became associated in business with her father. She was secretary-treasurer of the Nio. Abstract and Title Company and Spacht Insurance Agency. The Dalgarnos moved to Laramie in 1967 and later were divorced. Ms. Spacht was a member of the United Presbyterian Church, Chapter W. of the P.E.O. Sisterhood and the American Legion Auxiliary.

Out-of-town relatives and friends attending the service were Mrs. Grace Spacht, Portland, Ore., Mrs. Roland Throssill, Billings, Mont., Mrs. Mary Iodence, Mrs. Harlan Holenroke, Mrs. Gene Underwood and Mrs. Rod Underwood, Hemingford, Neb., Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hopkins, Scottsbluff, Neb., Arthur Dalgarno, Denver Colo., Mrs. Con Dalgarno, Mrs. Joe Dalgarno, Mrs. Connie Cobb, Miss Aura Cobb, Mrs. Mary Joe Pekuri, David Dalgarno, and Mr. and Mrs. Wes Engleman, Casper, Donald Wiest, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Jackson, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hull, Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Marquardt, Dr. and Mrs. James D. Hollon, Mr. and Mrs. John Schutterle and Miss Jeanne Schutterle, Laramie, Mrs. Delores Schutterle, Lead, S. D., Mrs. Earl Schutterle , Jeffery City, Mrs. Ed Hollon, Douglas and Judge and Mrs. James E Barrett, Cheyenne.

Thon Book No. 8
Muriel Spacht dies in Laramie

Graveside service for Muriel Spacht, Laramie, who died Tuesday morning will be held at the Lusk Cemetery at 1:00 with Mark Lohr officiating. Ivinson memorial chapel of Laramie will be in charge of arrangements.

Memorials have been set up to Mental Health Center in Laramie or Cancer Research.

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