Service Saturday in Kremmling for Clyde Calvin Edmondson
Services will be held Saturday for former Kremmling resident Clyde Calvin Edmondson, who died in April at the age of 54.Edmondson was born Oct. 4 1951 in Kremmling to George Earnest and Berniece (Motz) Edmondson. He attended and graduated from North West Community College in Powell, Wyo. Edmondson was a lifelong cowboy, and had worked for Kinnan and Jacqueline Golemon at the Wau-Ban-See Ranch in Brady, Texas for the past 11 years. Edmondson also owned and operated Made in America Corrientes. He was a professional horse shoer, a certified cattle judge and had been a professional rodeo cowboy for several years. He retired in 1993 after 20 years as a supervisor from the Henderson Molybdenum Mine & Mill in Parshall.He was an active member of the North American Corriente Association and served on the Texas Corriente Board of Directors. He was a former member of the Junior Olympic Ski Team and was involved all through his life in the sport of rodeo as both a contestant and a judge through many different associations. Throughout his life he was involved in various organizations and clubs too many to mention. He enjoyed his time outside on horseback with his Corriente cattle and his dogs. He adored his children, grandchildren and his special friends Kinnan & Jacqueline Golemon.He is survived by his father George E. Edmondson of Rochelle, Texas; his mother Berniece Motz Palmer and husband Carl of Brady, Texas; his son Barton Edmondson of Paris, France; his daughter Ramie Nuncio and husband Joe of Brady, Texas; his sister Sue Anne Mitchell and husband Harry of Rochester, Texas; his grandchildren Joseph Calvin Nuncio and Kadyn Lynn Nuncio of Brady, Texas; his nephew Troy Mitchell of Bryan, Texas; his niece Dusty Privetts of Roswell, N.M.; his great-nephew Garrett Mitchell; his great-niece Sydney Privetts; numerous friends and extended family members; and his constant canine companions Concho and Buddy. The memorial service will be held at 2 p.m. on Saturday at Kevin and Nancy Jordan Ranch (the old Ritschard Place) in Kremmling. Memorial contributions may be made to: North American Corriente Cattle Association in memory of “Corriente Clyde” Edmondson, at P. O. Box 12359, North Kansas City, Missouri 64116 or visit their website at http://www.corrientecattle.org
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