H. Stanley Allred, Obituary, Northern Wyoming Daily News, Worland, Wyoming, July 31, 2001, page 2.
     TEN SLEEP --- Funeral services for H. Stanley Allred, 67, will be Wednesday, Aug. 1 at 10:30 a.m. at The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Ten Sleep.
     Burial will follow at the Ten Sleep Cemetery.
     Stan died in a single-vehicle rollover on Friday, July 27, 2001 near Wheatland.
     Stan was born Feb. 27, 1934 in Ten Sleep to Golden M. and Clara (Stanley) Allred.  He grew up on the family ranch and graduated from Ten Sleep High School in 1952 as valedictorian.
     He attended college in Fort Collins, Colo. for one year in pre-veterinary science.  He transferred to Eastern Montana College where he was elected student body president and played on the basketball team for two years.  He graduated in 1957 with a Bachelor Science degree in secondary education.
     He married Carol Bunnell in August of 1952 and they had four children.  The couple was later divorced.
     Stan taught school for three years in Lockwood, Mont.  He moved to Utah where he received his masters degree in science education from the University of Utah.  He moved to San Bernardino, Calif. where he taught for the next 32 years.
     He married Dawn Olsen on June 27, 1980 in San Bernardino.  They were sealed in the Idaho Falls LDS Temple on Nov. 11, 1994.
     Stan spent countless hours coaching boys and girls basketball, football and little league.  They retired from teaching and returned to Ten Sleep in 1991.  Stan was inducted into the Coaches Hall of Fame at the San Gorgonio High School in May of 2001.
     He loved raising paint horses, fishing, and entertaining family and friends in his home.
     He was preceded in death by his father and one grandson.
     Stan is survived by his wife Dawn of Ten Sleep; his mother Clara of Ten Sleep; two daughters, Terri (Loyd) Craft of Worland and Jennifer Bartels of Rifle, Colo.; two sons, Jeffrey Allred of Worland and Jay Allred of Powell; two brothers, Willard Allred of Ten Sleep and Lonnie Allred of Riverton; one sister, Myrona  Apland of Thermopolis; and 10 grandchildren.