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Rex Amos

Rex Amos

May 3, 1942 - Sep 14, 2021
Funeral services for Rex Orlo Amos, 79, will be held at 10:00 a.m., Friday, Sept. 17, 2021 at the Phillip Henrickson’s home, #6 Oldman Circle in Arapahoe, Wyoming. Those attending are asked to bring their own chair. Interment will follow at St. Michael’s Mission Cemetery in Ethete, Wyoming. Following graveside services, there will be a feast and give away at #6 Oldman Circle. A Wake will be held at 7:00 p.m., Thurday, September 16th at #6 Oldman Circle in Arapahoe, Wyoming. Covid-19 precautions will be followed by wearing masks and social distancing.

Mr. Amos passed away on Saturday, September 11, 2021 at his home in Riverton, Wyoming.

Rex was born on May 3, 1943, son of Orlo and Mary (Hendricks) Amos, in Fort Washakie, Wyoming. He attended Mill Creek School. He later worked for Pomeroy and Bechtel at South Pass and was a laborer while living in Idaho as well as 32 years in Seattle, Washington.

Rex enjoyed spending time playing his guitar and taking care of himself with daily exercise. He was known for his amazing storytelling and memory.

Mr. Amos was a baptized member of the Episcopal faith.

Survivors include his sister, Caroline Produit; brother-in-law, Phillip Hendrickson, Sr.; nieces Ramona Produit, Bernice Seminole, Melody Hendrickson, Lesa Trosper, Jamie Herman, Leslie Trosper, Chalice Trosper, Yolanda Seminole and Vicki Smolke, Muriel and Williamette C’Hair; nephews, Virgil Amos, Raymond Produit, Jr., Robert Produit, Phillip Hendrickson, Jr., William Glenn Hendirckson, J.T. Trosper, Kyle Trosper, Julian and Charlie C’Hair; grandsons, Jason Ruis, Jim Sutter and Dennis Sutter; the families of Trosper, Groesbeck, Returns to War, Loneman, Amos, C’Hair, Piper, Lee, Fletcher, Augustine, Hendrickson and Yellowman; numerous other grandchildren and great grandchildren.

Mr. Amos was preceded in death by his parents, Orlo and Mary Amos; grandparents, Gabriel and Lucy Hendricks and Rex and Caroline Amos; brothers, William Glen Amos, Stanley Amos and Felix and Irma Groesbeck; sisters, Lily Amos, Margaret and Herman Ruis, Virginia Sutter; nephews and nieces, Reggie Ruis, William “Willy” Trosper, Kenneth “Butch” Trosper, Ronne Bell, Byron and Herschel Amos, Steven Trosper, Ronald Goggles, Jess and Leonard Amos, Charlie Loneman, Verna Loneman, June Yellowman, Elois , Yvonne Trosper, Aurelia K. Johnson, Geraldine Hendrickson, Holly Trosper, Yvonne Amos.

On-line condolences may be made to the family at Services are under the direction of Davis Funeral Home.