Mimalee Rogers

Mimalee Rogers, 87, of Laramie passed away on Friday, January 19, 2018 at Hospice of Laramie.

Mimalee was born August 21, 1930 to June Milo Dunning and Helen Irmadel Morse Dunning in Great Falls, Montana.

She married Charles James Rogers July 29, 1951 in Great Falls, Montana.

She was born and raised in Great Falls, and raised her family in Buffalo, Wyoming. Throughout most of her life she worked as a legal secretary and bank bookkeeper at the First National Bank in Buffalo. She moved to Laramie in 2001 to be with Claudia and her family, Fred and Alex.

Mimalee is preceded in death by her parents, husband, four brothers, and two sisters.

Mimalee is survived by her children, Karen Edwards of Pine Haven, WY, James Rogers of Alpine, WY, and Claudia Torrence of Laramie, WY; grandchildren Jade Harney of Eagle, CO, Michelle DeWine of Leadville, CO, Donna Abell of Ranchester, WY, Karla Rogers of Sheridan, WY, and Alex Torrence of Wellington, CO; and great grandchild Conner DeWine.

Per Mimalee’s request there will be no services held.

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Condolences (4)

  • Jeff thompson

    Many heartfelt memories for all of the Thompson clan...especially the “bear in the woodshed!” Always in our hearts. Jim, Jessie and Jeff Thompson and Suzi Butzier

  • Susan and Lowell Spackman

    Our deepest sympathies! We know a big part of your life is now missing and will be impossible to fill. Hopefully, the life-time of memories will out weigh the grief. You are in our thoughts.

  • Jack Rogers

    So sorry to hear of Murt's passing. One of my last Two remaining aunts. She will be missed. I remember when Charles and Murt lived in Choteau. Sure doesn't seem like it could be 65 yrs ago.

  • Leigh Braley and Shirley Grover

    My mother and I wanted to just let you know how sorry we are for your loss. Mom would often ask if I knew how Murt was doing. She considered her a close friend. I also recall hanging out at your parents house while the parents had a good time when I was a kid. I know my dad and mom truly enjoyed their friendship. Again, so sorry.


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