Devere Sue Hein, 78, died Nov. 11 at her home in Green Valley, Ariz., where she had lived since the mid 1990s.
She was born Nov. 20, 1933. She attended school in Greybull for a brief time and graduated from Laurel (Mont.) High school. She attended night school to gain accounting skills and took courses at Casper College while working at Provident Savings and Loan.
In 1964 Sue and her daughters Sandra and Jacque moved to Libya to join their husband/father Marvin. The family spent over 20 years living in the Middle East and Europe.
Sue worked as a confidential administrative professional for several departments within ARAMCO in Saudi Arabia and also provided logistical support during Desert Storm working for the Department of Defense.
She loved to paint — in oils, watercolors, china painting and stained glass. After retiring to Arizona she was active as a Sheriff’s Auxiliary Volunteer, logging more than 600 hours, and was a Titan Missile Museum docent for nearly a decade.
She is survived by her husband of 55 years, Marvin, two daughters, Sandra and Jacque, her sister Estelle, one granddaughter and two grandsons.
Of all the places she had lived and traveled, Wyoming always held a special place in her heart. Family and friends will memorialize Sue’s life next summer in her beloved Wyoming Rocky Mountains.