RICHARD HORINEK, 64, Hingham, Montana, passed away July 14, 1997. He had been in failing health the past seven years, but had done as much work as he could and remained fairly active until the end.
Dick was born June 9, 1933 and had lived in the Hingham area all his life. He married Ruth Klemetson in 1956 and they had four sons, Larry, Mike, Dan and Mark. They all survive him.
Dick enjoyed traveling around looking for old tractors, stationary engines and old cars. He also enjoyed visiting with other collectors, going to auction sales, threshing bees, etc.
Dick was a farmer all his life, and his son Mark now operates the farm. Dick loved his family and enjoyed his farming operation. He will be greatly missed by all. With four sons, none of his collection is for sale.
Submitted by Ruth Horinek, Box 35, Hingham, Montana 59528.
This is in remembrance of ROBERT M. PETERSON, 68, of Honey Grove, Pennsylvania, who passed away May 6, 1997.
Surviving are his wife, Eleanor Love Peterson; two sons, James R. of Port Royal, Pennsylvania, and Kenneth E. of Vero Beach, Florida; a daughter, Debra P. Goshorn of Miffin town, Pennsylvania; and seven grandchildren.
He was a self-employed farmer and a representative of the North Eastern Breeders Association and retired as a salesman from Norman D. Clark & Son, Inc. He was a director and board secretary of First National Bank of Mifflintown; a member and former Master of Tuscarora Grange 774; active in several antique tractor associations; a member of Honey Grove United Methodist Church; the Blairs Mills Lions Club; Pennsylvania Farm Bureau; East Waterford Fire Company and Lack-Tuscarora Emergency Medical Service; and a charter member of the Tuscarora Valley Heritage Days Association, which he served as secretary.
Upon retiring, Bob enjoyed traveling and displaying his Oliver tractors at the various tractor shows in central Pennsylvania. He was very involved in the Tuscarora Valley Heritage Days Association and their annual tractor show at East Waterford, Pennsylvania.
He always had a smile for everyone and especially enjoyed the children and young people at the shows. His legacy is his family his wife, children, and grandchildren. They helped keep his memory alive at this year's show.
He was loved and will be missed by his family and his friends.
Submitted by Norman D. Clark, P.O. Box 27, Honey Grove, PA 17035.
WILLIAM (WILLIE) COHENOUR, age 70, died August 22, 1997, in Murray, Utah. He was born February 3, 1927 in North Dakota. He was retired from Westinghouse Electric as a machinist and mechanic.
Willie was a long time member of the Utah Antique Machinery Association, Branch 14 EDGE&TA, also a member of the Horn & Whistle Club. He also loved to do oil paintings and lapidary.
Willie would always bring a trailer full of antique engines and air compressors, along with horns and whistles, to local engine shows. He was always glad to help with an engine problem, be it machining, welding, etc.
He will be greatly missed by all who knew him, especially his good friend, Joe Beesley, for whom he did restoration work, and his friends he walked with at a local mall.
Submitted by Mark Pack, Utah Antique Machinery Association, 737 Stratford Ave., Salt Lake City, Utah 84106.
The untimely passing of Lloyd A. Dugan, 71, July 12, 1997, was deeply felt by family and many friends. Masonic funeral services were held in Borger, Texas. Graveside services were held under the auspices of Isom Masonic Lodge 1242 of which Lloyd was a member. He was also a member of Borger Eastern Star Chapter 811 and Borger American Legion 671. He was a gas measuring engineer.
Lloyd married Thelma Litchford June 4, 1981. They made their home in Fritch, Texas, but during winter months they resided in Mission, Texas.
Lloyd felt a strong need to preserve antique machinery, but probably his major interest was the restoration of John Deere tractors. While enjoying the mild winter climate in Mission, Lloyd was a member of an antique tractor club and spent much time restoring John Deeres.
A member of the Golden Spread Antique Machinery Association (in his home area), Lloyd was hard at work at least two weeks before the annual show each September.
Survivors include his wife, Thelma of the home; two daughters, Yvonne Nichols of Borger, Texas, and Kiona Payne of Odessa, Texas; step-daughters Sharon Duckworth, of Anaheim, California, and Kerry Moon of Laguna Niguel, California; step-sons, John Moon of O'Keene, Oklahoma, Melvin Moon of Buena Park, California, and Gordon D. Moon, of Moreno Valley, California; one brother, Melvin Dean Dugan of Moundridge, Kansas; five grandchildren, 11 step-grandchildren, two great-grandchildren and 10 step-great-grandchildren.
Submitted by J. D. Wilbanks, Box 532, Spearman, Texas 79081.