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).Fred and Beth were blessed with a son, Fred Carroll Miller Jr. From an early age, Fred was destined to be in the logging world.
As a college graduation present her parents gave her a golden palomino gelding, named Spook.
They were a treasured part of her life for 30 years.
27, 1993 in Moscow with a wedding service on May 22 in Orofino.
Casey started her career working in the Alumni Office at the U of I while Dan finished school and she continued on this professional path to be a very accomplished fund raiser in multiple roles for the U of I and WSU in Pullman, WA.
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.
Lifelong loves were hunting, fishing, four-wheeling and snowmobiling, looking for morel mushrooms as well as antler sheds.
All of these activities paled in comparison to the love he had for his wife, Jennifer.
Survivors include her husband, Dan Hanson at the Viola home; son, Lane Hanson; daughter, Paige Hanson, both at the Viola home; mother and step-father, Ralph and Julie Burkey, Star; mother and father in-law, Doriene and John Morton of The Dalles, OR; grandmother, Margaret Fine, Orofino; brother, Chad Burkey (Chantil) and their family, Shoshone; three step-sisters, Amy Clawson, Lori Cannon and Tiffiny Burkey all of Portland, OR; her sisters-in-law, Shelly Schwers (Jeff), Pam Watson (Jared), Becky Durant (Eric), Chelsea Hanson.
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.
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.