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Earl "Tom" Martin

February 14, 1943 - November 8, 2019

U.S. Veteran

The family would like to invite you to join them for a Celebration of Tom’s life on November 24th at the Barn in Big Horn, 228 Johnson Street, Big Horn, Wyoming from 1:00-3:00 p.m.

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Ray and Bobette Smith

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November 18, 2019

Vickie and Family, We send our thoughts and prayers to you. Ray and Bobette Smith

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Ray and Bobette Smith

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November 18, 2019

Vickie and Family, We send our thoughts and prayers to you. Ray and Bobette Smith

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Ed and Ruthie Salvatore

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November 17, 2019

Dear Vickie and Jill. We are saddened to learn of Tom's passing. He was a wonderful, kind soul. The world was a better place for having him in it. We've lost touch with you in recent years, but we really do think of you often and treasure the memories we have of spending time with you all. Prayers for God's comfort as you grieve his loss and adjust to the changes to come. Sending love and good wishes.

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Brad Van Slyke

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November 15, 2019

I was blessed with having Mr. Martin as a 5th grade teacher at Coffeen Elementary. Through his kindness and firmness, he was such a father figure to me. He made class feel like a home away from home. He truly had an impact on me, and I believe his patience and kindness has remained with me, helping me to raise four boys.

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Barbara Laughlin

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November 12, 2019

Sending hugs to you, Vickie and Jill, and praying for comfort for you both, and for Justin and Grace, as you grieve the loss of Tom. God blessed your family and Tom with many accomplishments and joys together. Mark and I love you!

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Kristen Cogswell

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November 12, 2019

Of all the people I have met in my life, Tom could very well be one I enjoyed the most. He was kind, polite, thoughtful, smart. . . and interesting. Plus he often agreed with me, which might have something to do with why I liked him so much! Or if he didn't agree with me, he kindly offered another point of view that made me think about things. His stories always had meaning, and there was often a horse or two in them. Above all, he loved his family, and I think everything he did related to Jill, Vickie, or Justin is some way or another. Thank you, Martin family, for sharing him with us, and thank you, Tom, for being such a neat guy to get to know. All my best to you, Jill, Vickie, and Justin.

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Anonymous

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November 11, 2019

Tom my friend, you trained my very loved horse Smokey for me, rode him and made me a better horse women. Thank you I will always love you. You said to me when I would get upset about things. .THIS TO SHALL PASS

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Ken and Dorie

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November 11, 2019

Tom is one of the finest neighbors we have ever had the privilege of knowing. Our lives have been richly blessed for the opportunity of knowing Tom, Vickie and Jill. We loved watching Tom train and ride his horses up Road 72 passed our home. There was such beauty in seeing how he was One with his horse. Vickie and Jill, our prayers are certainly with you today. We ask the Lord to give you peace, guidance and healing in the days ahead. We pray that the sore and certain hope of the resurrection will bring you comfort.

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Jean and Niles

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November 8, 2019

One of the nicest people anyone could meet during their life. Tom was a true cowboy and will be deeply missed.