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Eleanor Troutt

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Eleanor Ella Troutt passed away peacefully at home on 11 May 2024, just a few weeks short of her 95th birthday. She was born on 18 Jun 1929. She married “Bill” Troutt on 9 Aug 1947 in Hardin, Montana and they made their home in Sheridan. Eleanor was the business bookkeeper for the family business, Bill Troutt Plumbing, from 1950- until her retirement in 1988. In the early years, Eleanor participated with her family by trekking the mountains for hunting and fishing trips. In later years she enjoyed staying closer to home, enjoying her gardens and watching the wildlife that wandered through her yard. She was an avid Broncos fan. She kept an eye on the current events and wasn’t afraid to argue over a political event. Although her family was scattered far and wide, she always managed to keep track of them and the latest activities they were involved with.

Preceded in death by her parents, Harold & Ella (Foss) Smith; sister, Bonnie Jean Cotton; son, Danny, and husband, Harold “Bill” Troutt. Survivors include son; Rick Troutt (Joy) from Pueblo, CO, with grandsons, Trinity and Lance. Also survived by, son, Randy (Jean) Troutt, from Sheridan with grandson, Kaleb. Also, great-grandchildren; Donovan, Garrett, Leann, and Theron; a sister, Marian Zowada, and various nieces & nephews. A Special thank you to her niece, Georgia Cotton, and neighbor, Mark Ottema, who kept a close eye on her, helping with Dr. trips, errands, and mail. Eleanor will be deeply missed by all who loved her.

In place of flowers, donations may be made to Second Chance Sheridan CatRescue, 1850 Gabrielle Court, Sheridan, WY, 82801

There will be a graveside family gathering at Sheridan Municipal Cemetery Masonic section at 11am, Thursday, 23 May 2024.

Online condolences may be written at Kane Funeral Home has been entrusted with arrangements.

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    Julie halvorson Allen

    May 17, 2024 at 11:52 am

    I’m so sad to hear of Eleanores passing. She was a wonderful person and friend. I had the pleasure of being her hairdresser for more than 20 years and I will miss her terribly and all our conversations over the years. Rest in peace my friend

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