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Dorothe BrinegarDorothe Virginia Brinegar Rock Springs - Dorothe Virginia Brinegar, 92, died June 3, 2014, in Salt Lake City, Utah, at the home of her daughter and son-in-law. She was born in Colorado and came to Rock Springs when she was 3 years old with her parents, Grover and Lara Peach and her siblings. Her interests included literature, non-fiction, art, musical theater, and women's education. She was an active participant throughout her life in several family business interests. Survivors include her daughter, Lee Brinegar and son-in-law Raymond Marmouze of Salt Lake City as well as nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her parents and husband, Lee Roy Brinegar, sister, Lottie Peach Silva, two brothers, Homer Emerson Peach of Northridge, California, and Dr. Roy Nathan Peach of Casper. Cremation has taken place. Private family services will be at a later date. Condolences for family may be left at www.foxfh.com.
Ms. Brinegar, The Currant Creek Ranch & Cattle Company would like to extend our deepest sympathies for the passing of your parents. While I only met your father briefly on the road one day I got a genuine feeling I had met the real deal when it comes to western ranching. We had hoped to converse with your parents all on the great history of the ranches and their lives over a beverage and would still hope to meet you and your family in the near future. My family will be moving to the ranch this fall and invite you to stop by at anytime. Rob Scheer & Family Currant Creek Ranch 907-617-5053
Rob Scheer - Currant Creek Ranch Jun 19 2014 12:00 AM
P.E.O. Chapter AE of Rock Springs would like to send our deepest condolences to your family. Dorothe was a sister who was an important part of our chapter. She will be missed. We will have a memorial service in her honor at our next meeting. Marilyn Tangen, President P.E.O Chapter AE
P.E .O. Chapter AE Jun 18 2014 12:00 AM
Dear Lee, I just want to share with you the impact your Mom, Dorothe, had on my life. You know my association with her was primarily in P.E.O. and she truly gave me confidence to do the jobs I needed to do. I always admired her energy, wit, and intelligence. She was a very special lady and I share your loss. God bless you all.
Norma Stensaas Jun 16 2014 12:00 AM
Hi Lee. I was surprised and saddened to hear of your mom & dad's death--especially so close together in time. I promised my mom that I would write-- she was quite distressed to hear of your mom's passing especially. She is now at the Deertrail Assisted Living facility (2360 Reagan Ave, Apt #122, Rock Springs WY 82901-4660; 307-382-9211) and I was visiting her when she saw the obituary. I have many many fond memories of trips we all took together-- Jackson, Black Hills, Vernal, etc... I can only imagine that these trips were a bit ponderous for you---stuck with 3 young crazy boys---so thanks for your patience and forbearance in those days..... Mary Jo and I hope you are well and happy, and we hope the coming weeks and months will not be too difficult-- although I can certainly appreciate the many practical and emotional challenges that these events bring. Take care and rest assured that your mom and dad are in our thoughts these days. They added to our lives and for that we are grateful. And for my mother, those additions are truly inexpressible. john wataha (and Mary Jo)
John Wataha Jun 16 2014 12:00 AM