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Michelle Kaye Jimerson

Jul 25, 2017 From staff reports

Michelle Jimerson passed away July 20, 2017, in Thermopolis, due to injuries in an automobile accident.She was 47 years old.

She was born Oct. 24, 1969, in Lander, to Georgina Ramirez and Roma Jimerson and the late Sherman Jenkins.

She lived on the Wind River Indian Reservation, New Yorkand Washington. She attended schools at Ft. Washakie Elementary; Tulalip, Washington; Flandreau Indian School; and Wyoming Indian High School. She was a clerk, ranch hand and outfitter. She enjoyed camping, fishing, cruising, the casino and beadwork.

She loved her grandchildren and being with her family and friends.

She is survived by mothers Roma Jimerson and Georgina Ramirez; sons Dustin and Justin Coulston; adopted son, Rueben Tillman; daughter, Shyanne Posey; brothers Jason Baldes, Buddy Jimerson, Saul, Sherman, Wallace, Tyler and Dominic Jenkins and Clifford Duran; sisters Roxanne Friday, Marla Martin, Sharolyn Jimerson, Wildene and Coleen Trosper, Juanita Weed, and Margaret "Sissy" and Cheryl Jenkins; grandchildren Jaden and Kadence Rivera and Jeshua and Jestin Coulston; and the familes of Weed, Jimerson and Jenkins.

She was preceded in death by brothers Sonny Miller, Myron Chavez and Glen Trosper; and sister, Marie Hebah.

An evening service and wake will be held at 7 p.m. Wednesday, July 26, at the Roma Jimerson residence, 451 Trout Creek Rd., Ft. Washakie.Traditional Indian funeral services will be held at 10 a.m. Thursday, July 27, at Rocky Mountain Hall in Ft. Washakie with Rev. Rawlin Friday and Alren Shoyo officiating. Interment will be in the Weed Family Cemetery at Ft. Washakie.

Services are provided by Wind Dancer Funeral Home.

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