Donald E. Oryall

3/8/1940 - 2/14/2014

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On February 14, 2014, this world lost a husband, father, grandfather, brother, uncle, and best friend. Donald Edward Oryall, 73, of Sheridan, passed away at the Sheridan Memorial Hospital.Donnie was born on March 8th, 1940 in Howard, WI to Aldin and Viola (Roddrick) Oryall. He was the second eldest to two brothers and two sisters, Nancy, Mary Jo, Thomas and Jerry, all which reside in Green Bay, WI.Donnie was a man of integrity, most of all the biggest hearted man the world could have had. He was never stuck on self righteousness, he was always always dedicated to making the next persons life easier, no matter who that person may be. He always offered assistance in any way possible. He was an honorable 4-H leader for over 20 years in the Basin area of WY. Donnie loved helping children and people be more educated on the agricultural way of life.Donnie lived a full life from cowboying on the backside of the great Big Horn Mountains to driving truck all over America. For the last 10 years of his employment he worked at a local Mullinax company. He was a dedicated employee. You could always catch him on his free time fishing or taking care of his lawn.Donnie was preceded in death by his late wife, Luella Oryall, his parents, Aldin and Viola Oryall, brother, Thomas Oryall, and son, James “Baby James” Oryall. His family that is left to carry on his legacy is; his wife, Marilyn (Legerski) Oryall of Sheridan, WY, his son, Steven Oryall of Sheridan, WY, daughter, Ranee View of Pound, WI, son, Donald Oryall of Livingston, TX, daughter, Pamela Oryall of Sheridan, WY, two step children, Heather Rhode of Sheridan, WY and Christopher Rhode of Kansas City, MO, his granchildren; Travis and C.J. Oryall of Casper, WY, Samantha Oryall of Sheridan, WY, Brialiegha of Green Bay, WI, Brian of Green Bay, WI, Cheyanne Oryall, of Sheridan, WY, Morgan and James Balmaceda of Sheridan, WY, great grandchildren, Maggie Rose of Sheridan, WY, Devon Oryall of Casper, WY and Adrien Donald James Balmaceda of Sheridan, WY.“Grandpa, every day you will be missed, your voice will be heard threw the heart beats of our soul. Grandpa, we will love as if you were here, but we promise to continue. I love you Grandpa Always and Forever.” My grandfather was an incredible person. There was no love that the man could not give me or any one in his family.A Private Service will be held at a later date.Kane Funeral Home has been entrusted with arrangements.

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