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Lyle James Ute

Lyle James Ute

May 24, 1990 - Oct 22, 2016
Lyle J. Ute, 26, of Lander died on Saturday, October 22, 2016 in Lander, WY. A wake will be held on Tuesday, October 25, 2016, at 18 Sand Hills Road, the home of Roan & Beatrice Haukas. A rosary will be said at 7:00 pm on Wednesday, October 26, 2016 at Great Plains Hall with a second wake to follow at 1000 17 Mile Road, the home of Frederick Monroe. The funeral service will be held at 10:00 am on Thursday, October 27, 2016, at St. Stephen’s Catholic Church, Burial will follow at the Arapaho Catholic Cemetery.

Lyle James Ute was born on May 24, 1990 in Riverton, WY to Lyle “Bim” Frank Ute, Jr. and the late on the Almeta June Monroe. He grew up on the Wind River Indian Reservation and attending elementary school at Fort Washakie and Arapahoe Charter High School.

He was baptized into the Catholic faith. He attended Native American ceremonies also and helped with the SunDances.

He worked Idaho Falls, ID as a manager at Carl’s Jr. before moving to Orin, UT where he was a cook and assistant manager for two years with Carl’s Jr. he then came back home and worked at Mr. D’s as a prep cook.

He enjoyed writing poems, drawing pictures, and going to the casino. Most of all he loved spending time with his family and friends, especially his adopted son, Antyn Bell as well as all of his nephews.

He is survived by his father, Lyle “Bim” Ute, Jr; great grandmothers, Pansy St. Clair, Mildred Weeks, Catherine Shakespeare, and Eloise Nonah; grandparents, Ronald and Beatrice Haukaas, Sr., Delmer and Marva Haukkas, Sr. and Reba Jo Teran; sisters, Gail Ute, Marlee Rose Ute, and Dashawn Nicole Ute; brothers, Kenneth Ute, and Steven Thomas Monroe; aunts, Georgietta (France) Teran-Acebo, Cathleen (Patrick) Ute-Perry, Rhonda Haukaas, Connie Sue Tyler, Diane, Alice, Christine Haukaas, Carol Leigh Ute, Tera Ute, and Sherissa and Candace Ute; uncles, Ronald (Karen) Haukaas, Jr., LaGrand, Wayland, Coby, Kyell Ute, Ivan Tinno Jr., and Bino Haukaas; all nephews, nieces, and cousins; Ute, O’Neal, Teran, Durgin, Haukaas, Maders, Webster, Coffee-St. Clair, and Russell-Ferris; and numerous friends and family. Survived on his mother’s side: brothers, Levi t. (Miranda) Monroe, Steven T. Monroe, Chris Monroe, Darnel (Josie Moury) Monroe, Whitesun Monroe, Isiah Monroe, Ryan Monroe, Leo Monroe, Alfred Monroe, Jarred Piper, and Thunder Littlethunder; sisters, Camellia (Lynden Bell) Monroe, Charlene Monroe, Leona (Tony) Timbana, Alfreda Monroe, Amy Durgin, and Drisella Durgin; aunts, Theda Monroe, Beatrice (Isacc Bell) Monore, Trishanna Lauera (Patrick) SunRhodes; Rowena Elliot, Candy (George) Littlethunder family, Chalice and Tim Shakespeare; uncles, Wesley (Ginger) Monroe, Leo H. (Jessica Redman) Monroe, Delmar (Rosa) Duran, Jr., Virgil Monroe Sr., and Stoney Monroe; grandparents, Fred Monroe, Sr., Wesley (Tiny) Monroe, Mike Duran, Claude Duran, Delmar Duran, and Judy Duran; nephews, George, Anellio Antin, Levi Jr., Ryan Jr., Francis, Virgil Monroe, Jr. Malakie; and nieces, Auburn, Alex, Ali, Laliyah, Adrianne, Julie, Alannah, Nenache, Shaylynn, Taionna, Kailyn.

He was preceeded in death by his companion, Jeffrey Day; mother, Almeta June Ute; sister, Cindy June Ute; brother, Berk Ute; Kieanna Coby, Nanny Brown, Orlean Ute, Birdie, Auron, Lydell Frank Ute. Phyllis Weiser, Booker and Martha Teran, Manuel Ute, Darwin Ute, Franklin Ute, Pony Ute, Laura Hebah, Sandra Ute, Rose Hebah, and Wally Hebah Cynthia Teran, and Lorraine Monroe. Preceded in death on his mother’s side: grandmother, Joan Monroe; great grandmothers, Ida Mae Duran and Eliza Mary Monroe; aunt Lorraine Monroe; uncles, Alfred Raymond Monroe and Ronald J. Monroe and; brother, Shawn Durgin,

On-line condolences may be made to the family at

Services under the direction of Davis Funeral Home.