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Richard “Wayde” Hamar, 12, of Yuma, Colo., passed away on June 28, 2009, following a rodeo accident in Longmont, Colo.

He was born on March 19, 1997 to Mitch and Angie (Davis) Hamar in Tucumcari, New Mexico.

Wayde was a young man full of life and natural talent. His three loves were rodeo, football and wrestling. He began his rodeo life at the age of six, competing at the Rollin’ H Arena near Akron, Colo. Over the course of the years at the Rollin’ H he earned three all-around saddles, numerous buckles and other prizes for his efforts in flags, roping, goat tying, bull riding and barrel racing. He later joined the Mountain States Junior Bull Riding Association and Trinity Bull Riding Association where he won another saddle and several buckles. These endeavors landed him a finals championship in the calf riding division in 2006 and a year later 13th in the nation at the National Junior Bull Riding Finals. In 2008, Wayde and his brother, Zach, joined the Little Britches Rodeos. They were partners in the team roping and ribbon roping. Wayde also competed in flags, goat tying, breakaway calf roping and bull riding. He was really looking forward to attending the rodeo finals in Pueblo later this month.

Wayde started Pee Wee wrestling in the first grade at Lone Star School. As with his rodeo, this seemed very natural to him. He wrestled with the Yuma Wrestling Club the last few years. In wrestling, his favorite move was the double arm bar. Many wrestling trophies and medals adorned his room. In fifth and sixth grade, he played six man football for the Lone Star Junior High. Wayde was not intimidated by those big seventh and eighth grade players. Wayde also played basketball his fifth grade year. The big accomplishment he made was scoring a half court shot for the other team.

Wayde was active in the St. Paul Lutheran Church in Otis, Colo., he had just completed his first year of confirmation classes.

He is survived by his parents, Mitch and Angie; his younger brother, Zach; his grandparents, Dwayne and Cindy Hamar of Fort Collins, Colo.; Louise Hintz of Yuma, Colo.; Garold and Luetta Davis of Bethune, Colo. and great-grandparents, Don and Helen Scheierman of Burlington, Colo., along with many aunts, uncles, cousins and a host of friends.

Services were held on July 3, 2009 at the Yuma County Fair Grounds in Yuma, Colo.

Interment followed at the Yuma Cemetery.

No words can say how proud we were of you and all that you stood for. We will miss you greatly. Thanks for all of the wonderful memories.

~ Love Always, Mom, Dad and Zach.

Richard “Wayde” Hamar, 12, of Yuma, Colo., passed away on June 28, 2009, following a rodeo accident in Longmont, Colo.

He was born on March 19, 1997 to Mitch and Angie (Davis) Hamar in Tucumcari, New Mexico.

Wayde was a young man full of life and natural talent. His three loves were rodeo, football and wrestling. He began his rodeo life at the age of six, competing at the Rollin’ H Arena near Akron, Colo. Over the course of the years at the Rollin’ H he earned three all-around saddles, numerous buckles and other prizes for his efforts in flags, roping, goat tying, bull riding and barrel racing. He later joined the Mountain States Junior Bull Riding Association and Trinity Bull Riding Association where he won another saddle and several buckles. These endeavors landed him a finals championship in the calf riding division in 2006 and a year later 13th in the nation at the National Junior Bull Riding Finals. In 2008, Wayde and his brother, Zach, joined the Little Britches Rodeos. They were partners in the team roping and ribbon roping. Wayde also competed in flags, goat tying, breakaway calf roping and bull riding. He was really looking forward to attending the rodeo finals in Pueblo later this month.

Wayde started Pee Wee wrestling in the first grade at Lone Star School. As with his rodeo, this seemed very natural to him. He wrestled with the Yuma Wrestling Club the last few years. In wrestling, his favorite move was the double arm bar. Many wrestling trophies and medals adorned his room. In fifth and sixth grade, he played six man football for the Lone Star Junior High. Wayde was not intimidated by those big seventh and eighth grade players. Wayde also played basketball his fifth grade year. The big accomplishment he made was scoring a half court shot for the other team.

Wayde was active in the St. Paul Lutheran Church in Otis, Colo., he had just completed his first year of confirmation classes.

He is survived by his parents, Mitch and Angie; his younger brother, Zach; his grandparents, Dwayne and Cindy Hamar of Fort Collins, Colo.; Louise Hintz of Yuma, Colo.; Garold and Luetta Davis of Bethune, Colo. and great-grandparents, Don and Helen Scheierman of Burlington, Colo., along with many aunts, uncles, cousins and a host of friends.

Services were held on July 3, 2009 at the Yuma County Fair Grounds in Yuma, Colo.

Interment followed at the Yuma Cemetery.

No words can say how proud we were of you and all that you stood for. We will miss you greatly. Thanks for all of the wonderful memories.

~ Love Always, Mom, Dad and Zach.

Richard “Wayde” Hamar, 12, of Yuma, Colo., passed away on June 28, 2009, following a rodeo accident in Longmont, Colo.

He was born on March 19, 1997 to Mitch and Angie (Davis) Hamar in Tucumcari, New Mexico.

Wayde was a young man full of life and natural talent. His three loves were rodeo, football and wrestling. He began his rodeo life at the age of six, competing at the Rollin’ H Arena near Akron, Colo. Over the course of the years at the Rollin’ H he earned three all-around saddles, numerous buckles and other prizes for his efforts in flags, roping, goat tying, bull riding and barrel racing. He later joined the Mountain States Junior Bull Riding Association and Trinity Bull Riding Association where he won another saddle and several buckles. These endeavors landed him a finals championship in the calf riding division in 2006 and a year later 13th in the nation at the National Junior Bull Riding Finals. In 2008, Wayde and his brother, Zach, joined the Little Britches Rodeos. They were partners in the team roping and ribbon roping. Wayde also competed in flags, goat tying, breakaway calf roping and bull riding. He was really looking forward to attending the rodeo finals in Pueblo later this month.

Wayde started Pee Wee wrestling in the first grade at Lone Star School. As with his rodeo, this seemed very natural to him. He wrestled with the Yuma Wrestling Club the last few years. In wrestling, his favorite move was the double arm bar. Many wrestling trophies and medals adorned his room. In fifth and sixth grade, he played six man football for the Lone Star Junior High. Wayde was not intimidated by those big seventh and eighth grade players. Wayde also played basketball his fifth grade year. The big accomplishment he made was scoring a half court shot for the other team.

Wayde was active in the St. Paul Lutheran Church in Otis, Colo., he had just completed his first year of confirmation classes.

He is survived by his parents, Mitch and Angie; his younger brother, Zach; his grandparents, Dwayne and Cindy Hamar of Fort Collins, Colo.; Louise Hintz of Yuma, Colo.; Garold and Luetta Davis of Bethune, Colo. and great-grandparents, Don and Helen Scheierman of Burlington, Colo., along with many aunts, uncles, cousins and a host of friends.

Services were held on July 3, 2009 at the Yuma County Fair Grounds in Yuma, Colo.

Interment followed at the Yuma Cemetery.

No words can say how proud we were of you and all that you stood for. We will miss you greatly. Thanks for all of the wonderful memories.

~ Love Always, Mom, Dad and Zach.

Richard “Wayde” Hamar, 12, of Yuma, Colo., passed away on June 28, 2009, following a rodeo accident in Longmont, Colo.

He was born on March 19, 1997 to Mitch and Angie (Davis) Hamar in Tucumcari, New Mexico.

Wayde was a young man full of life and natural talent. His three loves were rodeo, football and wrestling. He began his rodeo life at the age of six, competing at the Rollin’ H Arena near Akron, Colo. Over the course of the years at the Rollin’ H he earned three all-around saddles, numerous buckles and other prizes for his efforts in flags, roping, goat tying, bull riding and barrel racing. He later joined the Mountain States Junior Bull Riding Association and Trinity Bull Riding Association where he won another saddle and several buckles. These endeavors landed him a finals championship in the calf riding division in 2006 and a year later 13th in the nation at the National Junior Bull Riding Finals. In 2008, Wayde and his brother, Zach, joined the Little Britches Rodeos. They were partners in the team roping and ribbon roping. Wayde also competed in flags, goat tying, breakaway calf roping and bull riding. He was really looking forward to attending the rodeo finals in Pueblo later this month.

Wayde started Pee Wee wrestling in the first grade at Lone Star School. As with his rodeo, this seemed very natural to him. He wrestled with the Yuma Wrestling Club the last few years. In wrestling, his favorite move was the double arm bar. Many wrestling trophies and medals adorned his room. In fifth and sixth grade, he played six man football for the Lone Star Junior High. Wayde was not intimidated by those big seventh and eighth grade players. Wayde also played basketball his fifth grade year. The big accomplishment he made was scoring a half court shot for the other team.

Wayde was active in the St. Paul Lutheran Church in Otis, Colo., he had just completed his first year of confirmation classes.

He is survived by his parents, Mitch and Angie; his younger brother, Zach; his grandparents, Dwayne and Cindy Hamar of Fort Collins, Colo.; Louise Hintz of Yuma, Colo.; Garold and Luetta Davis of Bethune, Colo. and great-grandparents, Don and Helen Scheierman of Burlington, Colo., along with many aunts, uncles, cousins and a host of friends.

Services were held on July 3, 2009 at the Yuma County Fair Grounds in Yuma, Colo.

Interment followed at the Yuma Cemetery.

No words can say how proud we were of you and all that you stood for. We will miss you greatly. Thanks for all of the wonderful memories.

~ Love Always, Mom, Dad and Zach.

Richard “Wayde” Hamar, 12, of Yuma, Colo., passed away on June 28, 2009, following a rodeo accident in Longmont, Colo.

He was born on March 19, 1997 to Mitch and Angie (Davis) Hamar in Tucumcari, New Mexico.

Wayde was a young man full of life and natural talent. His three loves were rodeo, football and wrestling. He began his rodeo life at the age of six, competing at the Rollin’ H Arena near Akron, Colo. Over the course of the years at the Rollin’ H he earned three all-around saddles, numerous buckles and other prizes for his efforts in flags, roping, goat tying, bull riding and barrel racing. He later joined the Mountain States Junior Bull Riding Association and Trinity Bull Riding Association where he won another saddle and several buckles. These endeavors landed him a finals championship in the calf riding division in 2006 and a year later 13th in the nation at the National Junior Bull Riding Finals. In 2008, Wayde and his brother, Zach, joined the Little Britches Rodeos. They were partners in the team roping and ribbon roping. Wayde also competed in flags, goat tying, breakaway calf roping and bull riding. He was really looking forward to attending the rodeo finals in Pueblo later this month.

Wayde started Pee Wee wrestling in the first grade at Lone Star School. As with his rodeo, this seemed very natural to him. He wrestled with the Yuma Wrestling Club the last few years. In wrestling, his favorite move was the double arm bar. Many wrestling trophies and medals adorned his room. In fifth and sixth grade, he played six man football for the Lone Star Junior High. Wayde was not intimidated by those big seventh and eighth grade players. Wayde also played basketball his fifth grade year. The big accomplishment he made was scoring a half court shot for the other team.

Wayde was active in the St. Paul Lutheran Church in Otis, Colo., he had just completed his first year of confirmation classes.

He is survived by his parents, Mitch and Angie; his younger brother, Zach; his grandparents, Dwayne and Cindy Hamar of Fort Collins, Colo.; Louise Hintz of Yuma, Colo.; Garold and Luetta Davis of Bethune, Colo. and great-grandparents, Don and Helen Scheierman of Burlington, Colo., along with many aunts, uncles, cousins and a host of friends.

Services were held on July 3, 2009 at the Yuma County Fair Grounds in Yuma, Colo.

Interment followed at the Yuma Cemetery.

No words can say how proud we were of you and all that you stood for. We will miss you greatly. Thanks for all of the wonderful memories.

~ Love Always, Mom, Dad and Zach.

Richard “Wayde” Hamar, 12, of Yuma, Colo., passed away on June 28, 2009, following a rodeo accident in Longmont, Colo.

He was born on March 19, 1997 to Mitch and Angie (Davis) Hamar in Tucumcari, New Mexico.

Wayde was a young man full of life and natural talent. His three loves were rodeo, football and wrestling. He began his rodeo life at the age of six, competing at the Rollin’ H Arena near Akron, Colo. Over the course of the years at the Rollin’ H he earned three all-around saddles, numerous buckles and other prizes for his efforts in flags, roping, goat tying, bull riding and barrel racing. He later joined the Mountain States Junior Bull Riding Association and Trinity Bull Riding Association where he won another saddle and several buckles. These endeavors landed him a finals championship in the calf riding division in 2006 and a year later 13th in the nation at the National Junior Bull Riding Finals. In 2008, Wayde and his brother, Zach, joined the Little Britches Rodeos. They were partners in the team roping and ribbon roping. Wayde also competed in flags, goat tying, breakaway calf roping and bull riding. He was really looking forward to attending the rodeo finals in Pueblo later this month.

Wayde started Pee Wee wrestling in the first grade at Lone Star School. As with his rodeo, this seemed very natural to him. He wrestled with the Yuma Wrestling Club the last few years. In wrestling, his favorite move was the double arm bar. Many wrestling trophies and medals adorned his room. In fifth and sixth grade, he played six man football for the Lone Star Junior High. Wayde was not intimidated by those big seventh and eighth grade players. Wayde also played basketball his fifth grade year. The big accomplishment he made was scoring a half court shot for the other team.

Wayde was active in the St. Paul Lutheran Church in Otis, Colo., he had just completed his first year of confirmation classes.

He is survived by his parents, Mitch and Angie; his younger brother, Zach; his grandparents, Dwayne and Cindy Hamar of Fort Collins, Colo.; Louise Hintz of Yuma, Colo.; Garold and Luetta Davis of Bethune, Colo. and great-grandparents, Don and Helen Scheierman of Burlington, Colo., along with many aunts, uncles, cousins and a host of friends.

Services were held on July 3, 2009 at the Yuma County Fair Grounds in Yuma, Colo.

Interment followed at the Yuma Cemetery.

No words can say how proud we were of you and all that you stood for. We will miss you greatly. Thanks for all of the wonderful memories.

~ Love Always, Mom, Dad and Zach.


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