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Roger Almus Weidner

Roger Almus Weidner, 90, Passed away October 23, 2020 at Deer Trail Assisted Living in Rock Springs, Wyoming. Born January 18, 1930, in Thurston, Ohio, to Almus J. Weidner and Virgie Mae Weidner. Enlisted September 11, 1950 in United States Marine Corps during Korean War - served with Marine Air Control Group One, 2nd Marine Air Wing. Married Jeanne A. Ater, August 28, 1954. After eleven years of Ohio Banking moved to the West. Worked at Cheyenne National Bank as Vice President, then went 0 the Stockgrowers Bank of Evanston Wyoming as President, then moved to First Security Bank of Rock Springs, Wyoming, as its President, CEO and Director for 15 years until retirement June 30, 1993. After retirement, along with his hunter wife Jeanne, he hunted over 36 countries around the world. As a collector of big game animals, some were donated to the Western Wyoming Community College to help educate the public about animals. The Weidners are life members in the Safari Club International, and enjoyed meeting hunters from around the world and hunted with many of them. He has over 146 records in the record book, 24 of which are in the Top Ten! Cremation will take place and services will be held at a later date. Condolences can be left at www.foxfh.com.

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Very sorry to hear of Rogers passing. He was very good to me, gave me some great advice when I started my practice in Rock Springs l always enjoyed talking hunting with him

Paul Zancanella Nov 3 2020 11:00 PM

I am sorry about this news. Roger was a good guy. I appreciated my conversations with him. John Pallesen

John Pallesen Nov 3 2020 1:50 PM

Im so sorry to hear that Mr Weidner has passed. I worked with him at First Security Bank and enjoyed seeing his safari pictures of him and Jeanne. They were wonderful people with fond memories of them both sharing my local hunting pictures with. RIP sir.

Sammye Grymes Oct 30 2020 9:13 AM