Rocky Mountain Obituaries: Tom "Tommy" Riggs; Winona Bell Morgan; Dorothy May Miller; Dwayne Allen Stotts; Leona Golberg Schrimp; Herbert E. Wagner Sr. | TheFencePost.com
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Rocky Mountain Obituaries: Tom "Tommy" Riggs; Winona Bell Morgan; Dorothy May Miller; Dwayne Allen Stotts; Leona Golberg Schrimp; Herbert E. Wagner Sr.

Tom “Tommy” Riggs, age 75, died Dec. 27, 2008, at North Colorado Medical Center in Greeley, Colo.

He was born on April 4, 1933, in Konawa, Okla., to Sigle Estle Riggs and Nina Marie (Robinette) Riggs.Life’s travels soon took him to Buckeye, Ariz., where he lived during his 20s.

Tommy was drafted into the United States Army, where he proudly served from 1953 to 1955 in Korea.

From there, he traveled to California, where he met and married Peggy Sue Canamore in 1955. To this union was born a son and a daughter. Peggy passed away in 1974, and God brought Tommy and his children to Colorado, where he met and fell in love with Judy Miller. They married in November of 1975, and brought together their families.

Tommy held a number of jobs, but his favorite was farming and ranching for McKay Farms. He retired from Agland in 2000.

His hobbies were making dream catchers, Native American art, fishing, hunting, reading, and his grandchildren.

Tommy was befriended by many, and loved by all.

Tommy is survived by his wife, Judy; three daughters: Barbie Miller-Lambdin and husband Wolf Lambdin of Fort Collins, Colo., Christine Miller-Keil and husband Mike Keil of Fort Pierre, S.D., and Nina Marie Riggs of California; one son, Tommy E. Riggs Jr. and wife Beth of El Paso, Texas; grandchildren Evan and Tory Lambdin, Brady and Jeramy Keil, Natalie, Kimberly, and Tucker Riggs, and Cliff Wong; and one-great-grandchild, Zachary Ray Riggs. He is also survived by two brothers, two sisters, numerous brothers and sisters-in-law, nieces, nephews, and too many friends to list.

Tommy was preceded in death by his parents and his first wife, Peggy Sue Riggs.

Services were held on Jan. 2 in Greeley. Interment took place at Eaton Cemetery.

Memorial contributions may be sent to the Tommy Riggs Memorial Fund.

Tom “Tommy” Riggs, age 75, died Dec. 27, 2008, at North Colorado Medical Center in Greeley, Colo.

He was born on April 4, 1933, in Konawa, Okla., to Sigle Estle Riggs and Nina Marie (Robinette) Riggs.Life’s travels soon took him to Buckeye, Ariz., where he lived during his 20s.

Tommy was drafted into the United States Army, where he proudly served from 1953 to 1955 in Korea.

From there, he traveled to California, where he met and married Peggy Sue Canamore in 1955. To this union was born a son and a daughter. Peggy passed away in 1974, and God brought Tommy and his children to Colorado, where he met and fell in love with Judy Miller. They married in November of 1975, and brought together their families.

Tommy held a number of jobs, but his favorite was farming and ranching for McKay Farms. He retired from Agland in 2000.

His hobbies were making dream catchers, Native American art, fishing, hunting, reading, and his grandchildren.

Tommy was befriended by many, and loved by all.

Tommy is survived by his wife, Judy; three daughters: Barbie Miller-Lambdin and husband Wolf Lambdin of Fort Collins, Colo., Christine Miller-Keil and husband Mike Keil of Fort Pierre, S.D., and Nina Marie Riggs of California; one son, Tommy E. Riggs Jr. and wife Beth of El Paso, Texas; grandchildren Evan and Tory Lambdin, Brady and Jeramy Keil, Natalie, Kimberly, and Tucker Riggs, and Cliff Wong; and one-great-grandchild, Zachary Ray Riggs. He is also survived by two brothers, two sisters, numerous brothers and sisters-in-law, nieces, nephews, and too many friends to list.

Tommy was preceded in death by his parents and his first wife, Peggy Sue Riggs.

Services were held on Jan. 2 in Greeley. Interment took place at Eaton Cemetery.

Memorial contributions may be sent to the Tommy Riggs Memorial Fund.

Tom “Tommy” Riggs, age 75, died Dec. 27, 2008, at North Colorado Medical Center in Greeley, Colo.

He was born on April 4, 1933, in Konawa, Okla., to Sigle Estle Riggs and Nina Marie (Robinette) Riggs.Life’s travels soon took him to Buckeye, Ariz., where he lived during his 20s.

Tommy was drafted into the United States Army, where he proudly served from 1953 to 1955 in Korea.

From there, he traveled to California, where he met and married Peggy Sue Canamore in 1955. To this union was born a son and a daughter. Peggy passed away in 1974, and God brought Tommy and his children to Colorado, where he met and fell in love with Judy Miller. They married in November of 1975, and brought together their families.

Tommy held a number of jobs, but his favorite was farming and ranching for McKay Farms. He retired from Agland in 2000.

His hobbies were making dream catchers, Native American art, fishing, hunting, reading, and his grandchildren.

Tommy was befriended by many, and loved by all.

Tommy is survived by his wife, Judy; three daughters: Barbie Miller-Lambdin and husband Wolf Lambdin of Fort Collins, Colo., Christine Miller-Keil and husband Mike Keil of Fort Pierre, S.D., and Nina Marie Riggs of California; one son, Tommy E. Riggs Jr. and wife Beth of El Paso, Texas; grandchildren Evan and Tory Lambdin, Brady and Jeramy Keil, Natalie, Kimberly, and Tucker Riggs, and Cliff Wong; and one-great-grandchild, Zachary Ray Riggs. He is also survived by two brothers, two sisters, numerous brothers and sisters-in-law, nieces, nephews, and too many friends to list.

Tommy was preceded in death by his parents and his first wife, Peggy Sue Riggs.

Services were held on Jan. 2 in Greeley. Interment took place at Eaton Cemetery.

Memorial contributions may be sent to the Tommy Riggs Memorial Fund.

Tom “Tommy” Riggs, age 75, died Dec. 27, 2008, at North Colorado Medical Center in Greeley, Colo.

He was born on April 4, 1933, in Konawa, Okla., to Sigle Estle Riggs and Nina Marie (Robinette) Riggs.Life’s travels soon took him to Buckeye, Ariz., where he lived during his 20s.

Tommy was drafted into the United States Army, where he proudly served from 1953 to 1955 in Korea.

From there, he traveled to California, where he met and married Peggy Sue Canamore in 1955. To this union was born a son and a daughter. Peggy passed away in 1974, and God brought Tommy and his children to Colorado, where he met and fell in love with Judy Miller. They married in November of 1975, and brought together their families.

Tommy held a number of jobs, but his favorite was farming and ranching for McKay Farms. He retired from Agland in 2000.

His hobbies were making dream catchers, Native American art, fishing, hunting, reading, and his grandchildren.

Tommy was befriended by many, and loved by all.

Tommy is survived by his wife, Judy; three daughters: Barbie Miller-Lambdin and husband Wolf Lambdin of Fort Collins, Colo., Christine Miller-Keil and husband Mike Keil of Fort Pierre, S.D., and Nina Marie Riggs of California; one son, Tommy E. Riggs Jr. and wife Beth of El Paso, Texas; grandchildren Evan and Tory Lambdin, Brady and Jeramy Keil, Natalie, Kimberly, and Tucker Riggs, and Cliff Wong; and one-great-grandchild, Zachary Ray Riggs. He is also survived by two brothers, two sisters, numerous brothers and sisters-in-law, nieces, nephews, and too many friends to list.

Tommy was preceded in death by his parents and his first wife, Peggy Sue Riggs.

Services were held on Jan. 2 in Greeley. Interment took place at Eaton Cemetery.

Memorial contributions may be sent to the Tommy Riggs Memorial Fund.

Tom “Tommy” Riggs, age 75, died Dec. 27, 2008, at North Colorado Medical Center in Greeley, Colo.

He was born on April 4, 1933, in Konawa, Okla., to Sigle Estle Riggs and Nina Marie (Robinette) Riggs.Life’s travels soon took him to Buckeye, Ariz., where he lived during his 20s.

Tommy was drafted into the United States Army, where he proudly served from 1953 to 1955 in Korea.

From there, he traveled to California, where he met and married Peggy Sue Canamore in 1955. To this union was born a son and a daughter. Peggy passed away in 1974, and God brought Tommy and his children to Colorado, where he met and fell in love with Judy Miller. They married in November of 1975, and brought together their families.

Tommy held a number of jobs, but his favorite was farming and ranching for McKay Farms. He retired from Agland in 2000.

His hobbies were making dream catchers, Native American art, fishing, hunting, reading, and his grandchildren.

Tommy was befriended by many, and loved by all.

Tommy is survived by his wife, Judy; three daughters: Barbie Miller-Lambdin and husband Wolf Lambdin of Fort Collins, Colo., Christine Miller-Keil and husband Mike Keil of Fort Pierre, S.D., and Nina Marie Riggs of California; one son, Tommy E. Riggs Jr. and wife Beth of El Paso, Texas; grandchildren Evan and Tory Lambdin, Brady and Jeramy Keil, Natalie, Kimberly, and Tucker Riggs, and Cliff Wong; and one-great-grandchild, Zachary Ray Riggs. He is also survived by two brothers, two sisters, numerous brothers and sisters-in-law, nieces, nephews, and too many friends to list.

Tommy was preceded in death by his parents and his first wife, Peggy Sue Riggs.

Services were held on Jan. 2 in Greeley. Interment took place at Eaton Cemetery.

Memorial contributions may be sent to the Tommy Riggs Memorial Fund.

Tom “Tommy” Riggs, age 75, died Dec. 27, 2008, at North Colorado Medical Center in Greeley, Colo.

He was born on April 4, 1933, in Konawa, Okla., to Sigle Estle Riggs and Nina Marie (Robinette) Riggs.Life’s travels soon took him to Buckeye, Ariz., where he lived during his 20s.

Tommy was drafted into the United States Army, where he proudly served from 1953 to 1955 in Korea.

From there, he traveled to California, where he met and married Peggy Sue Canamore in 1955. To this union was born a son and a daughter. Peggy passed away in 1974, and God brought Tommy and his children to Colorado, where he met and fell in love with Judy Miller. They married in November of 1975, and brought together their families.

Tommy held a number of jobs, but his favorite was farming and ranching for McKay Farms. He retired from Agland in 2000.

His hobbies were making dream catchers, Native American art, fishing, hunting, reading, and his grandchildren.

Tommy was befriended by many, and loved by all.

Tommy is survived by his wife, Judy; three daughters: Barbie Miller-Lambdin and husband Wolf Lambdin of Fort Collins, Colo., Christine Miller-Keil and husband Mike Keil of Fort Pierre, S.D., and Nina Marie Riggs of California; one son, Tommy E. Riggs Jr. and wife Beth of El Paso, Texas; grandchildren Evan and Tory Lambdin, Brady and Jeramy Keil, Natalie, Kimberly, and Tucker Riggs, and Cliff Wong; and one-great-grandchild, Zachary Ray Riggs. He is also survived by two brothers, two sisters, numerous brothers and sisters-in-law, nieces, nephews, and too many friends to list.

Tommy was preceded in death by his parents and his first wife, Peggy Sue Riggs.

Services were held on Jan. 2 in Greeley. Interment took place at Eaton Cemetery.

Memorial contributions may be sent to the Tommy Riggs Memorial Fund.


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