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At the time, his parents, Jeanne Jones Harriman and Ron Wetmore, lived in Khartoum, Sudan. When word was sent back to friends in Sudan, his name was misunderstood to be "Cairo Kid." They were greatly relieved at subsequently learning that he was in fact Kyle Roe (nicknamed Kyro). He starred for the Mustangs in both football and basketball.
Bringing in the firewood, mowing an acre of lawn and tossing bales for the neighbors during haying season were some of the activities that developed the work ethic which came to characterize him.
He attended the University of Idaho, largely paying for his own education by working in the woods during the summers.
Ignoring the advice of his parents to "pursue any career besides forest management," he settled in the College of Natural Resources, where he made the dean's list as an outstanding scholar, graduating with his degree in forestry. Kyle loved the woods and everything associated with that lifestyle.
Thanks to her hard work the family had many wonderful trips all over the US and even a magical trip to Europe visiting 17 countries.
Casey's last adventure was last August, a day trip to Wallowa Lake in Eastern Oregon with her beloved family.
Casey was blessed with two children: a daughter, Paige 17, and son, Lane 15. Casey protected and nurtured Paige and Lane with all she had.
Casey is also survived by several nieces and nephews. 4, 1970, about as far from Idaho as possible, in Asmara, Ethiopia. Army base there for his birth, because of the marginal medical facilities in Khartoum. two years later, Kyle then grew up in rural Avon, and graduated from Deary High School.Kyle and Jen met at a Wetmore family reunion in 2000.She was there because of her previous close ties with other Wetmore families in Washington. Meeting at the reunion has become a running family joke.On Tuesday, June 26, 2018, Fred Carroll Miller passed at his home.
He fought a short but rugged battle with liver cancer. 14, 1942, in Aberdeen, WA, to Fred Carl Miller and Alice Maxine (Hansen) Miller. Fred, with his mother and sister Elaine, lived in western Washington after his parents' divorce.
After graduation, he married Beth Mc Intosh and inherited four stepsons. Fred found his friend, Donna Birch, and they were married in 1962. They divorced some years later, but still remained friends (These stepchildren were not mentioned in the list of surviving and deceased loved ones because up-to-date information was not available).