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Dorothy I. Deichmueller


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Dorothy I. Deichmueller

Dorothy I. Deichmueller, 93, of Green River, Wyoming passed away Jan. 5, 2017, at the Sublette Center in Pinedale, following a lengthy illness. She was a lifelong resident of Green River. 

She was born on February 13, 1923, in LaMoine, Neb., the daughter of Cecil Bingham and Necy Braden Bingham.  

Deichmueller attended schools in Nebraska, Missouri, Wyoming and Utah.

She married Arthur William Deichmueller in Green River Dec. 6, 1939, and he preceded her in death Nov. 13, 2000.

Deichmueller was a member of the FOE Eagles 2350, VFW and American Legion.

Her interests were spending time with her family, baking, quilting, painting, listening to country music, playing Yahtzee, calling square dance and square dancing.

Survivors include three sons, Kenneth Deichmueller and wife Marion, Richard K. Deichmueller and wife Linda, Bruce Deichmueller and companion Ruthann, all of Green River; three daughters, Dorothy Finch and husband Norman of Boise, Idaho, Joyce Landford of Rogers, Ark., and Beverley Mondragon and husband Alex of Colorado Springs, Colo .; two brothers, Johnny Bingham of Indiana, Howard Lee Bingham; 33 grandchildren; David Sallee, Debbie Sallee, Connie (Sallee) Martinez, Alena (Stine) Harper, Dee Dee (Stine) Gualt, John Cory Stine, Robert Finch, Starla (Finch) Friesen, Dusty Finch, Henry Finch, David Finch, Cleathel (Church) Faber, Russell Snody Deichmueller, Tammy (Deichmueller) Downs, Candy (Deichmueller) Torimino, Tonya (Deichmueller) Manley, Shana (Deichmueller) Morison, Sean Deichmueller, Tony Mondragon, Joshua Mondragon, Julie (Mondragon) Baucher, Jason Mondragon, Justin Mondragon, Jami (Mondragon) Justice, John Mondragon, Charlotte Mondragon, Sheila (Mondragon) Longstreath, Kimberly Mondragon, Nicky Mondragon, Khaleem Mondragon, Ryan Deichmueller, Cody Deichmueller, Amy (Deichmueller) KIllett, Autumn Crosby, Brian Beck.

Sixty great grandkids, 24 great-great grandchildren, several  cousins, nieces and nephews also survive.

She was preceded in death by her parents, husband, son Arthur Deichmueller, daughter Pricilla Stine, two sisters, three brothers, granddaughter Tina Stine, great-granddaughter Kari Finch and grandson William Edward Sallee.

Funeral services will be conducted 10 a.m. Friday, at Vase Funeral Chapels in Rock Springs. A viewing will be from 4-6 p.m., Thursday at Vase Funeral Home in Rock Springs. Friends may call one hour prior to services. Condolences may be left at


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