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Lonnie Dean Brinkerhoff

Born: Mon., Apr. 27, 1953
Died: Wed., Jan. 4, 2017


5:00 PM to 7:00 PM, Sun., Jan. 08, 2017
Location: Haskell Funeral Home

9:00 AM to 10:00 AM, Mon., Jan. 09, 2017
Location: Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints

Funeral Service

10:00 AM Mon., Jan. 09, 2017
Location: Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints

Interment following funeral service

Mon., Jan. 09, 2017
Location: Byron Cemetery

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Lonnie Dean Brinkerhoff, 63, of Lovell, died January 4, 2017 at St. Vincent’s medical center in Billings, MT. Lonnie was born April 27, 1953 to Merlin Silas and Geraldine Susie Walker Brinkerhoff at the family farm west of Greybull, WY.

Lonnie married Laurie Christopherson, (later divorced) and born to this union were three children, Merlin Brinkerhoff, Shari Miller, and Jeremy Brinkerhoff.

Preceding him in death are his parents; two brothers, Herb and Bob Brinkerhoff; two sons, Merlin and Jeremy Brinkerhoff; and numerous other relatives.

Lonnie is survived by his daughter, Shari (John) Miller of Powell; sisters, Becky (Bill) Welden of Byron and Julie (Larry) McDonald of Medford, Oregon; and step-father Ed (Dot) Davis of Lovell. Lonnie had seven grandchildren, Dylan, Jazmyn and Sidney See, Jeremy Brinkerhoff, Adelia Poole, and Aramonie and Eremon Brinkerhoff.

Lonnie always had an optimistic attitude, and loved whomever he came in contact with, he had a ray of sunshine about him. Lonnie was known as the "greeter" at New Horizons Care Center. He will be greatly missed by his family and friends.

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Adrian Flood
   Posted Thu January 05, 2017
Lonnie was a nice person, he will be truly missed

   Posted Sat January 07, 2017
Please accept my deepest sympathy for the loss of your loved one, Lonnie. May you find comfort in the words written at John 6:40, where God promises to bring back to life those we have lost in death by means of a resurrection. In the future He will also do away with our enemy, death. (Isaiah 25:8) This gives us the wonderful hope of being reunited with our loved ones, forever. Until then, I hope the memories of Lonnie and these promises from God comfort you in the days to come.

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