Memorials, 1020 WYBJ, Vol. 43 No. 5. 66

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Memorials

No. Vol. 43 No. 5 Pg. 66

Wyoming Bar Journal

October, 2020

Robert Allen Bundy

Robert (Bob) Bundy, 54, passed away September 20, 2020, in Lander, Wyoming. He was a resident of Lander for the past 16 years.

Robert was born September 14, 1966, to John Allen Bundy and Vonnie Jo (Pedersen) Cartwright in Rock Springs, Wyoming.

He graduated from Rock Springs High School class of 1984 before attending the University of Wyoming, graduating in 1989 with a BS in Electrical Engineering and later in 1995 with a Juris Doctorate from the school of law.

Bob was happiest spending time with his family and friends in the outdoors, while teaching his son Paden to camp and fish.

He left behind his son Daniel Paden Bundy, and the love of his life Lisa Haase. He is also survived by his father John "Al" Bundy, his mother Vonnie Jo Cartwright, brothers Carl (Patricia) Bundy of Las Vegas, Nevada and John (Stacey) Bundy of Rock Springs, Wyoming, nephew Carl Bundy Jr., niece Vanna Barajas-Brown as well as several aunts, uncles and cousins.

Juan Leo DeHerrera

Juan Leo DeHerrera, dad, grandfather, brother, mentor, friend, retired attorney and Army Veteran, departed this life on Wednesday, September 2, 2020, surrounded by his loving family. He was born on September 25, 1939, the oldest son of Gilbert & Mary (Arellano) DeHerrera.

He and his seven siblings grew up in section housing while his dad was employed with the railroad, as one of the oldest boys he recounted cutting and stacking wood which served as the sole heat for the one-room school. His fondest memories involved times spent tossing the baseball with his dad, enjoying his mom's home cooking and sharing his best jokes with others. He and his brother were active in the Rawlins Boxing Club and inherited their dad's strength and athleticism complete with Golden Gloves Championships, always a staunch competitor exhibiting his unbreakable smile and intense gaze which hid a sincere compassion for those less advantaged. He along with two of his high-school best friends joined the U.S. Army, he attained the rank of Specialist 4 before he was medically discharged due to service-connected injuries. He married Dora Garcia on December 31, 1964. As a first-generation college student, new husband and young father, he began attending the University of Wyoming graduating with a Bachelor's of Science Degree with a goal of becoming a teacher and...

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