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Charmain L. Eno

Charmain L. Eno Farson - Charmain L. Eno, 58, of Farson died Wednesday, December 3, 2014 at her home after a sudden illness. She was born September 29, 1956 in Seward, Nebraska, the daughter of Willis Smith and Nellie Wilson Smith. She attended public schools in Gittner, Nebraska and graduated from Gittner High School with the class of 1974. She also was educated in welding and mechanics. She owned her own trucking and mechanic business called Tazzmainy Trucking. She was a member of the Sweetwater County 4-H Leaders Council, 4-H Project Leader for shooting sports. Her interests were training and riding horses, being involved with 4-H raising goats and swine. Survivors include her mother Nellie Smith of Tulsa, Oklahoma; brothers David and Jane Smith of Gittner, Nebraska, Ed and Carol Smith of Tulsa, Pat, Tim and Shane all of Tulsa; many nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her father Willis Smith. Cremation has taken place at Fox Crematory, Rock Springs. Memorial services will be held at 10:00 a.m. Tuesday, December 9, 2014 at the Farson Community Center, Farson, Wyoming.

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I met Charmain approximately 30 years ago at Reynolds Jewelers where I work and own. I guess our common interests was jewelry to start off with but over the years we became fast friends and a friendship that has lasted until her death. We are the complete opposites in that she was a ranch girl and I am a city girl. She would shake her head when I would ask (in her mind) the obvious dumb questions about ranching, but always took the time to explain to me horses, welding,breaking horses, bulls,the oilfield business and anything in-between. I always thought her life was so interesting. I was in awe of all that she could accomplish in a day. Always patient, and always giving me a hard time when she would come into the store. She was a fantastic teacher,kind, had a warm heart and loved her rhinestone blue jeans.A lot of people tell you they work hard, Charmain was the real deal.She could run circles around 20 hard working men. She had a work ethic that was beyond anything I have ever seen. It amazed me that she would go to her chemo and them leave and load 30 horses for the rodeo. Who has stamina to do that?A women in a man's world and seem to have the respect and admiration from everyone. She was a caretaker especially to kids. She required respect and gave love and respect in return. She was always taking care of someone, animals or something. She never complained, not about her cancer,life or anything in=between. In her mind there was no time for that. I used to tell her "you are the queen of multi-taking". The last story she told me was about a tiny horse that was ill or something and that the horse stayed in her house until it got better. She put diapers on the horse, made a bed for the horse and nursed it to health. To Charmain, that was the best way to take care of the horse. Me, I told her she was crazy. We both laughed. I believe Charmain came into the store the Thursday or Friday before she pasted away. I think she told me she just got back from Oklahoma. I told her if I caught her wearing her big rings while she was working, I was going to kick her butt, and that I have spies that will tell me. She basically rolled her eyes, but she got my message. As she was walking out the door, I yelled, and you better start eating, your getting skinny again. I will miss her opening the door and standing inside the jewelry store with a smile on her face. Charmain is gone, but never forgotten. My deepest condolences. Gina Murphy

gina murphy Dec 9 2014 12:00 AM

Charmain was a wonderful Lady, I am truly blessed to have worked with her in 4-H as well as out in the oil field. She loved the kids in 4-H and the kids loved her. She may have looked like a tough chick on the outside but she had a heart of Gold, and was always willing to help those in need. She will be missed as a huge part of our community. My family and I will truly miss her. My blessings and condolences go out to her family and all her friends.

Dava Martin Dec 8 2014 12:00 AM

We are truly sorry for your loss. Charmain was a dear friend of our family and we made her apart of our family from the time we met her many years ago. We were thankful to have her here for Thanksgiving dinner with us this year. It was a wonderful time for all of us to be together during our busy schedule. She was the kindest and loving person to all that she had met. She always reached out to know and help anybody she had met and asked for nothing in return for herself or family. Whenever we would visit or talk on the phone often, she would talk about her family at home Joey Sr. & Joey Jr. also the other boys they adopted. Her mother and brothers she also talked about very often. The love she had and shown was great. Family to Charmain was everything, Cousins, Aunts & Uncles friends from state to state. Our family will miss her greatly. She has been apart of my two children growing up during 4H. It will never be the same around here without her. The Sweetwater County Fair will greatly miss her and the achievements she accomplished for the children. There is so much to say she has done for this community and we all appreciate her and family for all her time with us. Please know we loved Charmain and will miss her every day. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all. Jamie & Lance Herman, Michelle & Nicole Cukale

Jamie &Lance Herman & Michelle & Nicole Cukale Dec 8 2014 12:00 AM

Greatest wishes for comfort to your entire family during this difficult time. Charmain was of immense service to Sweetwater County 4-H; her energy, presence and help will be deeply missed. The entire Extension family offers you condolences for your loss.

Sharon Reiter Dec 8 2014 12:00 AM

My thoughts are with you. I only had the privilege of working with Charmain for the last 8 months through 4-H and can only imagine the depth of your loss. Charmain was a woman of great kindness of spirit, of great service to our 4-H community and made me feel genuinely welcome here. She was always ready, willing and able to help me with anything and was a force of nature kind of lady. She could move the immovable and it has been my great pleasure to know and work with her - she offered me great support and I will always be grateful to her for her kindness. Again, my deepest sympathies for your great loss.

Sharon Reiter Dec 8 2014 12:00 AM