Obituary, Harold D. Fraley, Northern Wyoming Daily News, Worland, Wyoming, March 1, 1994, page 2.
     SHERIDAN --- Harold Dever Fraley, 69, of Sheridan, formerly of Worland, died Saturday, Feb. 26, in the VA Medical Hospital in Sheridan.
     He was born May 21, 1924, in Midwest, a son of Harold and Mabel Fraley.  He was raised and educated in the Midwest area.
     In January 1942, he joined the U.S. Marines.  He served in the 2nd Marine Division at Guadalcanal --- where he was wounded --- and in the British Solomon Islands, Tarawa, Gilbert Island, Saipan, Tinian and Mariana Islands.  He was discharged in January 1946.
     He then moved to Casper, where he drove a bus for Trailways.  In 1950, he moved to Buffalo where he leased the Keahey Gas Station and worked for the Wyoming Highway Department.  
     In May 1951, he married Ruth Watts in Casper and they moved to Worland, where he worked for the city.
     On April 20, 1984, he married Jamie Ruth Neff and they made their home in Worland until August 1990.
     After his retirement, they moved to Crazy Woman, south of Buffalo, where they lived until August 1992.  They then moved to Sheridan because of his health.
     Mr. Fraley was a member of the 2nd Marine Division Association.  He enjoyed fishing, hunting and camping in the Big Horn Mountains, and large family gatherings.
     Survivors include his wife of Sheridan; one stepson, John Neff of Shelton, Wash.; two daughters, Dorothy Fraley of New Orleans  and Joni Mauck of Billings; three stepdaughters, Joane Neal of Ephrata, Wash., Betty Versluis of Orofino, Idaho, and Sherily Simpson of Fairbanks, Alaska; three brothers, Fred D. and Clifford R. of Buffalo, and Claude J. of Utah; four sisters, Edith Exley of Ranchester, Iyone Crowley of Lysite, Doris Leibee of Buffalo, and Audrey Vail of Napa, Calif.; four grandchildren; 11 step grandchildren and several nieces and nephews.  He was preceded in death by his parents, his first wife, one brother and two sisters.
     The service is scheduled for 10 a.m. Thursday in the Adams Funeral Home Chapel in Buffalo, with the Rev. Bob Miller officiating.  Burial will be at 2 p.m. Thursday in the Ten Sleep Cemetery with the Worland VFW conducting graveside military rites.
     Adams Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.