Mayme Breeden Bader

WORLAND - Mayme Breeden Bader went to be with the Lord on December 10, 2012, at the Washakie Medical Center in Worland.
Mayme was born Dec. 7, 1919 in Casper to David E. Breeden and Martha Edna White.
She was raised at the Breeden Ranch on the Upper Nowood in Ten Sleep.
She attended grade school at the one-room school house at Otter Creek and graduated from the Ten Sleep High School as valedictorian of the Class of 1938.
After graduation she attended beautician school in San Diego and worked for a short time in San Francisco.
On Aug. 17, 1940 she met her high school sweetheart, Thomas F. Bader, in Bozeman, Mont., where they were joined in marriage.
They spent the first few years in Worland and on the Gooseberry. In 1944 they bought a farm in Ten Sleep where she resided until her death.
Four daughters were born to this union: Judith C., Sharon L., Deanna J., and Glenna C.
After moving to Ten Sleep, Mayme went to work for the U.S. Postal Service as a clerk and later became the Postmaster. She served in that capacity until her retirement.
She was active in P.T.A., 4-H, MYF and was a member of the Eastern Stars and the United Methodist Church.
In addition to being everything to her family, Mayme has been a spiritual mentor, friend, and a blessing to the Ten Sleep community since 1944.
She was preceded in death by her husband of 50 years, Thomas F. Bader; brothers Byron, Ralph, and Robert Breeden; daughter Glenna Misomelius; and son-in-law Clayton Vang.
Mayme is survived by her daughters Judith C. Vang of Rock Springs,Sharon L. (Alex) Ogg, and Deanna J. (Gary) Blincow; her beloved sister Elizabeth Bader all of Ten Sleep and sister-in-law Doris Breeden; grandchildren Roy Vang, Tom Seyfang, Diana Fleck, Jill Soetmelk, Dan and Steve Ogg, Cami Cornett, Kim Bower, Tara Golterman and Todd Misomelius; sixteen great grandchildren, fourteen great-great grandchildren, and numerous nieces and nephews.
Cremation has taken place and a memorial service will be held at 2 p.m., Saturday at the Ten Sleep United Methodist Church with Huston Green presiding. Memorials may be sent to the United Methodist Church or to the Ten Sleep Ambulance Service.