Golden & Clara Allred
10/21/1910 – 5/24/1987
Myron Allred, Obituary, Northern Wyoming Daily News, Worland, Wyoming, May 26,
1988, page 2.
TEN SLEEP --- Golden Myron Allred, who served on the Ten Sleep Town Council and School Board, ranched for 25-years and trapped for much of his life. He also operated the Valley Motel in Ten Sleep and became known for his gardening ability.
The Ten Sleep man died at his home Tuesday, May 24. He was 77.
Allred was born Oct. 21, 1910 in Lovell, a son of Willard B. and Mary M. (Zeller) Allred. He resided in Lovell until moving with his family to Ten Sleep in 1922.
He ranched for 25 years and trapped both independently and for the government. He had an article written about his trapping techniques and experiences.
In 1956, his family built and started operating the Valley Motel in Ten Sleep and sold the business. He served on the Ten Sleep Town Council and Ten Sleep School Board and was a former board member of the Nowood Conservation District.
On June 3, 1933, he married Clara S. Stanley in Ten Sleep.
He was a member of the Ten Sleep LDS Church.
Survivors include his wife, Clara, of Ten Sleep; three sons, H. Stanley Allred of San Bernardina, Calif., Willard B. Allred of Ten Sleep and Lonnie R. Allred of Riverton; a daughter, Mrs. Myrona Apland, of Thermopolis; 11 grandchildren; and five great-granddaughters. He was preceded in death by two brothers; by a sister and by a great-grandson.
The funeral service will be at 2 p.m. Friday at the Ten Sleep LDS Church, with Bishop Tom Gregg officiating. The casket will be open for viewing at the church from 12:30 p.m. until the service starts. Burial will be at the Ten Sleep Cemetery.