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Plains Obituaries for 10-31-09

Victor Lee Saul, 68, of North Platte died at home Oct. 13, 2009, after a short illness.

He was born May 28, 1941, in Sutherland to Elvin and Cleora (Linderman) Saul.

He attended school through the 8th grade in Red Lodge, Mont. For several years he has been living in North Platte with his aunt Margaret Meicher after living in Red Lodge, Greybull, Wyo.; Charlottesville, Virg., and San Juan, Puerto Rico.

He was a member of the Presbyterian Church and Special Olympics.

In North Platte he worked at the Opportunity Center and at Sandhills Industries. In Puerto Rico he danced with the Danza Activa group Danza E.

He made many friends. He never saw anyone as a stranger and he never forgot anybody he met. He was very close to his family and friends and will be missed by all who knew him. He loved riding horses, loved to dance, loved collecting things and loved bowling with Special Olympics.

Survivors include two brothers, Myron J. (Cheryl) of Lovell, Wyo., and Kelvin L. (Cindy) of West Yellowstone, Mont.; his aunt and loving caretaker of the past several years, Margaret Melcher; eight nieces, Myra, Rhonda, Wendy, Tana, Dawn, Amanda, Kristy, and Casey; four nephews, LaRoy, Eric, Wesley and Justin; and aunts, Winnie Janecek and Leota Campbell of North Platte, Eula Boesser and Maxine Lovitt of Stapleton, Joyce Fletcher of Taylor and Donna Jean Spaulding of Oklahoma City.

He was preceded in death by his parents; his sister, Nelda; his grandparents, Ralph and Margaret Priest Saul and Fred and Ethel Robinson Linderman as well as several aunts and uncles.

Victor Lee Saul, 68, of North Platte died at home Oct. 13, 2009, after a short illness.

He was born May 28, 1941, in Sutherland to Elvin and Cleora (Linderman) Saul.

He attended school through the 8th grade in Red Lodge, Mont. For several years he has been living in North Platte with his aunt Margaret Meicher after living in Red Lodge, Greybull, Wyo.; Charlottesville, Virg., and San Juan, Puerto Rico.

He was a member of the Presbyterian Church and Special Olympics.

In North Platte he worked at the Opportunity Center and at Sandhills Industries. In Puerto Rico he danced with the Danza Activa group Danza E.

He made many friends. He never saw anyone as a stranger and he never forgot anybody he met. He was very close to his family and friends and will be missed by all who knew him. He loved riding horses, loved to dance, loved collecting things and loved bowling with Special Olympics.

Survivors include two brothers, Myron J. (Cheryl) of Lovell, Wyo., and Kelvin L. (Cindy) of West Yellowstone, Mont.; his aunt and loving caretaker of the past several years, Margaret Melcher; eight nieces, Myra, Rhonda, Wendy, Tana, Dawn, Amanda, Kristy, and Casey; four nephews, LaRoy, Eric, Wesley and Justin; and aunts, Winnie Janecek and Leota Campbell of North Platte, Eula Boesser and Maxine Lovitt of Stapleton, Joyce Fletcher of Taylor and Donna Jean Spaulding of Oklahoma City.

He was preceded in death by his parents; his sister, Nelda; his grandparents, Ralph and Margaret Priest Saul and Fred and Ethel Robinson Linderman as well as several aunts and uncles.

Victor Lee Saul, 68, of North Platte died at home Oct. 13, 2009, after a short illness.

He was born May 28, 1941, in Sutherland to Elvin and Cleora (Linderman) Saul.

He attended school through the 8th grade in Red Lodge, Mont. For several years he has been living in North Platte with his aunt Margaret Meicher after living in Red Lodge, Greybull, Wyo.; Charlottesville, Virg., and San Juan, Puerto Rico.

He was a member of the Presbyterian Church and Special Olympics.

In North Platte he worked at the Opportunity Center and at Sandhills Industries. In Puerto Rico he danced with the Danza Activa group Danza E.

He made many friends. He never saw anyone as a stranger and he never forgot anybody he met. He was very close to his family and friends and will be missed by all who knew him. He loved riding horses, loved to dance, loved collecting things and loved bowling with Special Olympics.

Survivors include two brothers, Myron J. (Cheryl) of Lovell, Wyo., and Kelvin L. (Cindy) of West Yellowstone, Mont.; his aunt and loving caretaker of the past several years, Margaret Melcher; eight nieces, Myra, Rhonda, Wendy, Tana, Dawn, Amanda, Kristy, and Casey; four nephews, LaRoy, Eric, Wesley and Justin; and aunts, Winnie Janecek and Leota Campbell of North Platte, Eula Boesser and Maxine Lovitt of Stapleton, Joyce Fletcher of Taylor and Donna Jean Spaulding of Oklahoma City.

He was preceded in death by his parents; his sister, Nelda; his grandparents, Ralph and Margaret Priest Saul and Fred and Ethel Robinson Linderman as well as several aunts and uncles.

Victor Lee Saul, 68, of North Platte died at home Oct. 13, 2009, after a short illness.

He was born May 28, 1941, in Sutherland to Elvin and Cleora (Linderman) Saul.

He attended school through the 8th grade in Red Lodge, Mont. For several years he has been living in North Platte with his aunt Margaret Meicher after living in Red Lodge, Greybull, Wyo.; Charlottesville, Virg., and San Juan, Puerto Rico.

He was a member of the Presbyterian Church and Special Olympics.

In North Platte he worked at the Opportunity Center and at Sandhills Industries. In Puerto Rico he danced with the Danza Activa group Danza E.

He made many friends. He never saw anyone as a stranger and he never forgot anybody he met. He was very close to his family and friends and will be missed by all who knew him. He loved riding horses, loved to dance, loved collecting things and loved bowling with Special Olympics.

Survivors include two brothers, Myron J. (Cheryl) of Lovell, Wyo., and Kelvin L. (Cindy) of West Yellowstone, Mont.; his aunt and loving caretaker of the past several years, Margaret Melcher; eight nieces, Myra, Rhonda, Wendy, Tana, Dawn, Amanda, Kristy, and Casey; four nephews, LaRoy, Eric, Wesley and Justin; and aunts, Winnie Janecek and Leota Campbell of North Platte, Eula Boesser and Maxine Lovitt of Stapleton, Joyce Fletcher of Taylor and Donna Jean Spaulding of Oklahoma City.

He was preceded in death by his parents; his sister, Nelda; his grandparents, Ralph and Margaret Priest Saul and Fred and Ethel Robinson Linderman as well as several aunts and uncles.