Edward “June” Mills

 

Northern Wyoming Daily News, Worland, Wyoming
     Edward N. "June" Mills, 65, a Ten Sleep area ranch worker, was found dead Monday, an apparent suicide.
     Washakie County Coroner David Veile said Mills was found about 9:30 Monday morning in a room of the Valley Motel by motel owner Martin SudnagisVeile said Mills had been staying at the motel for two months.
     He said Mills died of a self-inflicted gunshot wound to the head by a .32 caliber revolver.  Veile said Mills apparently shot himself sometime Saturday night or Sunday morning.  He said there will be no autopsy or inquest into the death.

 

DEATHS, Edward N. 'June' Mills, Northern Wyoming Daily News, Worland, Wyoming.
     Edward N. "June" Mills, 65, of Ten Sleep, was found dead at a Ten Sleep motel Monday.
     He was born May 18, 1910 in Maysville, Mo., the son of Edward and Lavina Mills.
     He first came to the Ten Sleep area in 1920 working as a ranch hand. Later he moved to Idaho, Montana, and Colorado where he lived for a time until moving back to Ten Sleep in 1960.
     He is survived by one daughter, Mrs. Boyd (Lois) DeWitt, Joliet, Mont.; one brother, Robert Mills, Sutherlin, Ore.; two sisters, Mrs. Alvin (Georgia) Terrill, Sutherlin, and Mrs. Gladys Bolles, Denver; and four grandchildren.
     Graveside services will be Wednesday at 2 p.m. at the Ten Sleep Cemetery with the Rev. Billie Bowden officiating.  Veile Mortuary is in charge of arrangements.