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Hugh Daniel DePaolo, M.D.

Hugh Daniel “Doc” DePaolo M.D.Age: 61 years19492010

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Hugh Daniel “Doc” DePaolo M.D.
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Hugh Daniel
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DePaolo
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Birth about 1949 22

MarriageMarion Elizabeth “Mimi” SmarttView this family
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Birth of a brotherRonald Wayne “Ron” DePaolo
January 4, 1952 (Age 3 years)
Death of a wifeMarion Elizabeth “Mimi” Smartt
January 6, 2006 (Age 57 years)
Source: Obituary
Citation details: Missoulian, Missoula, Montana, January 10, 2006
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Marion Elizabeth ‘Mimi' DePaolo Jan 10, 2006 CASPER, Wyo. - On Jan. 6, 2006, Marion Elizabeth "Mimi" DePaolo joined the choirs of angels after a long, courageous battle with metastatic breast cancer. Her transition occurred peacefully with her loving family at her bedside. She is now free of her earthly bonds and has joined those joyous souls who have gone before her to the Kingdom of God. Mimi was born to George and Marion (Haggarty) Smartt on June 30, 1961, in Great Falls. Mimi was the youngest of eight children and she attended schools in Great Falls and Missoula, where she graduated from Loyola Sacred Heart High School. She married Patrick Joseph Whittle Sr. and they moved to Casper, Wyo. Mimi started her family with Pat by bringing two sons, Patrick Joseph Jr. and Andrew Brian, into the world. She then graduated from Casper College with an associate degree in nursing. Mimi shared her love of nursing with the patients she worked with at Wyoming Medical Center, NOWCAP Services and Natrona County Public Heath, where she started the Welcome Home Program for pregnant mothers.Mimi later married Dr. Hugh DePaolo and settled into the beautiful Victorian home, "The Windy Rose," they built and shared. Mimi loved to entertain and share their home with family and friends. She enjoyed traveling to new places and returning to her favorite ones, especially Hawaii. Mimi loved time spent with her grandchildren and any other tiny blessing from God. She was strong in her faith and shared her life with many others. She had a calling for touching each soul put in her path as demonstrated by her love and service to Alcoholics Anonymous. Some of Mimi's favorite activities included developing her artistic talents, singing, collecting angels, shopping, decorating, spoiling her loved ones, spending time in her garden - and shopping! She cherished her family and displayed the true meaning of unconditional love.Mimi is survived by her spouse, Dr. Hugh DePaolo; sons Patrick Joseph Whittle Jr. (wife Jolene) and Andrew Whittle of Casper; stepchildren Gary DePaolo (wife Jennifer) of Casper, Daniel DePaolo, Camillo DePaolo and Megan DePaolo of Eugene, Ore.; father George Smartt of Arizona; siblings Scott Smartt (wife Kathy), Becky Eamon (husband Bob) of Montana, and Cindy McDonald (husband Mike) of Colorado; grandchildren Alexis DePaolo, Anastasia Whittle, Bailey Whittle and Evan DePaolo; her former husband and father of her children, Pat Whittle; in-laws Camillo and Joyce DePaolo, Ron and Joey DePaolo and Vicki Smith; and numerous nieces and nephews. Mimi was preceded in death by her mother Marion Smartt, grandparents Leonard and Alice Haggarty and siblings Stacy, Matt, Ned and Mike Smartt. A vigil service will be held at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 10, at St. Patrick's Catholic Church in Casper, where services will be 11 a.m. Wednesday officiated by Father August Koeune. Memorials may donated in her memory to Jason's Friends Foundation, 111 S. Durbin, Casper, WY 82601; or the Twelve-24 Club Inc., 136 W. Eighth, Casper, WY 82601. http://missoulian.com/news/local/obituaries/03tue/marion-elizabeth-mimi-depaolo/article_ac334803-4d62-526b-997e-be8acdcabc66.html
Death of a fatherCamillo “Polly” DePaolo
January 11, 2007 (Age 58 years)
Source: Obituary
Citation details: Newcomer Funeral Home, Casper, Wyoming
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In Memory of Camillo "Polly" DePaolo 1926 - 2007 After many years of battling thyroid cancer, Camillo (Polly) DePaolo was called home on the morning of January 11th. His loving wife of 58 years, Joyce Adeline DePaolo, was at his side as he quietly slipped away. Previous to his death, Polly enjoyed the company of his children, grandchildren, great-grandchildren and other loved ones. Polly was born on July 19th, 1926 in the small community of Gebo, WY to Donato and Maria (Parrissi) DePaolo. Although his father was killed in a tragic mining accident when he was two years old, Polly always carried the memory of his beloved father. Polly, his sister Carmella and their mother then moved to join Donato’s brother and family in Rankin, PA. It was there that Maria met and married Carmen Casciato and they moved back to Casper. Two more siblings were added to the family, a brother Paulie and a sister Annie. At age 17, Polly joined the United States Army. He served in World War II, stationed in the Philippines, Korea, and Japan. He was awarded several medals for his courageous tours during the war. He was presented with the Asiatic-Pacific Campaign Medal, the WWII Victory Medal, the Army of Occupation Medal, the Combat Infantryman Badge, the Philippine Liberation Ribbon, and the Bronze Star Medal. He was also given an Honorable Service Lapel Button from WWII. After returning home he fell in love with Joyce Adeline Foster and married her on July 10th, 1948. God blessed this union with three children; oldest son, Hugh Daniel (Casper, WY), only daughter Vicki Lynn (Rapid City, SD), and youngest son, Ronald Wayne and wife Jo (Casper, WY). The three children delighted their father with grandchildren and great-grandchildren; Gary DePaolo, wife Jennifer, children Alexis and Evan (Casper, WY); Dan DePaolo (Eugene, OR); Cam DePaolo (Eugene, OR); Megan DePaolo (Portland, OR); PJ Whittle, wife Jolene, children Annie and Bailey (Casper, WY); Andrew Whittle (Casper, WY); Kyle Smith, wife Angie, children Austin, Jessica, and Dylan (Casper, WY); Rachel Busche, husband Mike, children Gillian and Caleb (Jefferson City, MO); Mandi Welsh, husband Ryan, children DeAnna and Camilla (Gillette, WY); Gena Whitson and husband Andy (Rockford, Illinois); Chelse DePaolo (Casper, WY); Camdon DePaolo (Rapid City, SD); and Cale DePaolo (Casper, WY). Outside of the love Polly held for his large, Italian family, he had a passion for providing civic service. Polly started this service as a Boy Scout Leader, he then moved on to be an Adult Advisor for the Catholic Youth Organization, a basketball coach, and was a president and board member of the Boys and Girls Club. He also sponsored many Casper youth organizations and activities such as Troopers, Kelly Walsh Sports and Last Blast, Casper Hockey, Casper Midget Football, Casper Youth Baseball and Casper Softball. Polly was the district governor and president of the board for NECA (National Electrical Contractors’ Association.) Above all, Polly had a special place in his heart for the Lion’s Club Organization where he served as district governor for two terms, served as president of the board and a board member for many years. He was also the Camp Director for the Allen H. Stewart Lion’s Camp; the Lion’s Club Grand Marshall for the Central Wyoming Fair and Rodeo Parade; a three time recipient of the Melvin Jones Award; on the Lions of Wyoming Foundation Board; and a board member for the Rocky Mountain Eye Bank. Polly loved to work with his hands and fulfilled the true American Dream. He built a home for his mother and was constantly re-modeling and upgrading the home he purchased for his family. Aside from constructing the Lighthouse, wife Joyce’s business, h e also built the building in which he started his self-owned business, Apollo Electric (1972). He retired from Apollo in 1992 where he and son Ron worked as partners. With his business-savvy personality, Polly also helped conduct work around son Hugh’s practice, helping with financial matters early on and completing “handy-man” projects in his later years. Polly was a well respected business man in the Casper community for many years, but his biggest satisfaction came with the pride he carried about the family he started. Donations in Polly’s memory may be made to: Hospice Home of Casper 319 S. Wilson Casper, WY 82601 Rocky Mountain Lions Eye Bank P.O. Box 6026 Aurora, CO 80045 http://www.newcomercasper.com/obituary/17878/Camillo-DePaolo/Casper-Wyoming
Death of a brotherRonald Wayne “Ron” DePaolo
February 19, 2008 (Age 59 years)
Source: Obituary
Citation details: Casper Star Tribune, February 22, 2008
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CASPER - Funeral Mass for Ronald "Ron" Wayne DePaolo, 56, will be celebrated at 10:30 a.m., Saturday, Feb. 23, 2008, at St. Patrick's Catholic Church with Fr. August Koeune as celebrant. Viewing is today from 6 to 8 p.m., at Newcomer Family Funeral Home with the Vigil at 8 p.m. He died Feb. 19, 2008, at his home. He was born Jan. 4, 1952, in Casper, the son of Camillo "Polly" DePaolo and Joyce Adeline Foster DePaolo. He was raised in Casper, attended St. Anthony's Catholic School and graduated from Kelly Walsh High School in 1970. He was a state champion high school wrestler and still holds KW school records. He attended Rocky Mountain College in Billings, Mont., on wrestling and football scholarships. He returned home in 1974 to run the family business, Apollo Electric, with his father. He graduated from the Electrical Apprenticeship in 1977 and took over the family business in 1985. He went to work at Automation and Electronics in 1997 where he worked as an electrical estimator until recently. He belonged to Lions Club, NECA and Civitan Club. He coached T-Ball, Little League baseball, Midget football and elementary basketball, He was an avid volleyball and hockey dad. He enjoyed softball as a young man and loved to golf in his later years. He was a Paradise Valley and Municipal golf club member. He taught Electrical Apprenticeship Classes at Casper College. He loved the outdoors, camping, hunting, fishing, skiing, snow machining, barbecues and cooking. Family and friends were the most important thing to him. He married Josephine Marie Povsche on Dec.8, 1979 Survivors include his wife, four children, Chelse, Camdon, Cale and Brian DePaolo, his mother and brother, Hugh DePaolo, all of Casper; a sister, Vicki Smith of Rapid City, S.D.; four sisters-in-law and four brothers-in-law and numerous nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his father, grandparents and his sister-in-law. Memorials may be sent to the Ron DePaolo Memorial Fund, First Interstate Bank, 104 S. Wolcott, Casper, 82601. Newcomer Family Funeral Home will be in charge of the arrangements. http://trib.com/news/state-and-regional/obituaries/ronald-ron-wayne-depaolo/article_1618e404-650d-5563-a773-a3a89102990c.html
Death July 29, 2010 (Age 61 years)
Source: Obituary
Citation details: Casper Star Tribune, August 2, 2010
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Hugh Daniel DePaolo, M.D. "Doc" , 61, died Thursday July 29 at Rapid City Regional Hospital. Doc was born and raised in Casper, WY. He attended the University of Notre Dame for college, where he intended to play football, but instead discovered a love of fencing; he graduated as a four year varsity letter winner in the sport. After his time at Notre Dame, he went on to achieve a master's degree from the University of North Dakota and a Medical Degree from the University of Alabama, consecutively. After completing his obstetrics residency at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston, TX, he returned to Casper, where he began his incredible career as an OB/GYN: a career that allowed him to deliver thousands of babies and change the lives of thousands of patients. Over the course of his life, Doc participated in countless activities and supported many more: to name a few, he founded a birthing center, started the Casper Fencing Club, started, funded, and participated in the Docs sports teams, and served on numerous boards in the city. More recently, he was on his way to achieving his lifelong goal of becoming board certified, and looking forward to moving to Rapid City with his wife to complete the renovation of their historic home, as well as continuing his work at Native Women's Health Clinic on a part time basis. In his free time, he enjoyed spending time with his family, playing softball, following his alma mater's football team, cooking, playing with his yorkies, bicycling, hiking, traveling, and woodworking. He was generous with both his time and money in supporting local Casper activities, and did so gladly. His generosity, as well as his love for his community, will always be remembered, and his legacy will continue on for generations to come, whether it be on the softball field, or at his medical clinic. He was a man who touched the lives of many, and will live on in the hearts and minds of every one of those who had the honor of knowing him and calling him friend. He was preceded in death by his father Camillo DePaolo, brother Ron DePaolo, and Mimi DePaolo. He is survived by his wife Dr. Sarah Fatland DePaolo, sons Gary (Jennifer) DePaolo, Daniel DePaolo, Camillo DePaolo, PJ (Jolene) Whittle, Andrew (Kristie) Whittle; daughter Megan (Paul) Suzuki; grandchildren Alexis and Evan DePaolo, Anastasia and Bailey Whittle, Sara Suzuki; mother Joyce DePaolo; sister Vicki (Tim) Crowley; sister-in-law Jo DePaolo; numerous nieces and nephews; and his beloved dogs Frankie and Perrl. Funeral services will be held at St. Patrick's on Wednesday August 4th at 2PM. Attendees are asked to dress in Hawaiian theme per Doc's request. Current and former players on any Doc's teams are invited to wear their jerseys. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to The Hugh DePaolo Memorial Foundation in honor of his friend Merl (at Hilltop Bank), Notre Dame Fencing Club, or St. Patrick's Church. http://trib.com/lifestyles/announcements/obituaries/hugh-daniel-depaolo-m-d/article_2da837b8-9e79-11df-a070-001cc4c03286.html
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Citation details: KCWY Channel 13 News, Casper, Wyoming, August 4, 2010
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Birth: January 4, 1952 25Casper, Natrona County, Wyoming
Death: February 19, 2008Casper, Natrona County, Wyoming
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Citation details: Casper Star Tribune, August 2, 2010
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Hugh Daniel DePaolo, M.D. "Doc" , 61, died Thursday July 29 at Rapid City Regional Hospital. Doc was born and raised in Casper, WY. He attended the University of Notre Dame for college, where he intended to play football, but instead discovered a love of fencing; he graduated as a four year varsity letter winner in the sport. After his time at Notre Dame, he went on to achieve a master's degree from the University of North Dakota and a Medical Degree from the University of Alabama, consecutively. After completing his obstetrics residency at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston, TX, he returned to Casper, where he began his incredible career as an OB/GYN: a career that allowed him to deliver thousands of babies and change the lives of thousands of patients. Over the course of his life, Doc participated in countless activities and supported many more: to name a few, he founded a birthing center, started the Casper Fencing Club, started, funded, and participated in the Docs sports teams, and served on numerous boards in the city. More recently, he was on his way to achieving his lifelong goal of becoming board certified, and looking forward to moving to Rapid City with his wife to complete the renovation of their historic home, as well as continuing his work at Native Women's Health Clinic on a part time basis. In his free time, he enjoyed spending time with his family, playing softball, following his alma mater's football team, cooking, playing with his yorkies, bicycling, hiking, traveling, and woodworking. He was generous with both his time and money in supporting local Casper activities, and did so gladly. His generosity, as well as his love for his community, will always be remembered, and his legacy will continue on for generations to come, whether it be on the softball field, or at his medical clinic. He was a man who touched the lives of many, and will live on in the hearts and minds of every one of those who had the honor of knowing him and calling him friend. He was preceded in death by his father Camillo DePaolo, brother Ron DePaolo, and Mimi DePaolo. He is survived by his wife Dr. Sarah Fatland DePaolo, sons Gary (Jennifer) DePaolo, Daniel DePaolo, Camillo DePaolo, PJ (Jolene) Whittle, Andrew (Kristie) Whittle; daughter Megan (Paul) Suzuki; grandchildren Alexis and Evan DePaolo, Anastasia and Bailey Whittle, Sara Suzuki; mother Joyce DePaolo; sister Vicki (Tim) Crowley; sister-in-law Jo DePaolo; numerous nieces and nephews; and his beloved dogs Frankie and Perrl. Funeral services will be held at St. Patrick's on Wednesday August 4th at 2PM. Attendees are asked to dress in Hawaiian theme per Doc's request. Current and former players on any Doc's teams are invited to wear their jerseys. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to The Hugh DePaolo Memorial Foundation in honor of his friend Merl (at Hilltop Bank), Notre Dame Fencing Club, or St. Patrick's Church. http://trib.com/lifestyles/announcements/obituaries/hugh-daniel-depaolo-m-d/article_2da837b8-9e79-11df-a070-001cc4c03286.html
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Citation details: KCWY Channel 13 News, Casper, Wyoming, August 4, 2010
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