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Obituaries > NEIMAN, ADAM R.

Funeral services for Raymond Neiman [November 21, 1985], 60, of New Haven, were held Monday, November 25 at the Hulett Civic Center with the Reverend Rodney Hackett, pastor of the Hulett Assembly of God Church officiating.

Interment was in the Hulett Cemetery with military honors by members of the Roy Montgomery Post #80 of the Hulett American Legion.

A memorial has been established.

Adam Raymond Neiman was born December 9, 1924 to Albert Carmel and Annie Mabel (Gerber) Neiman at Eads, Colorado. He moved with his parents to northeastern Wyoming as a young boy.

On December 26, 1949 he was married to Eva Mae Nuckolls at Hulett. After their marriage they lived on the Neiman Blacktail Ranch where he ranched and operated a sawmill with his brother, James. The partnership was dissolved in 1958.

In 1959, the family moved to the present ranch at New Haven.

He served in the U.S. Marines in World War II.

Survivors include his wife, Eva Mae, Hulett; a daughter, Dana Rae Neiman, Hulett; three sons, Monte Scott and Craig Jeremy, both of Hulett and Linden Carmel, Denver; two grandchildren, Amanda Jo and Nicole Ann Neiman; three sisters, Mrs. C.J. (Carrie) Greer, Springfield, Missouri; Mrs. Gene (Ruth) Dickmann, Washington, Indiana; and Mrs. Richard (Mary Edna) Barbour, Hulett; and three brothers, Albert Carmel, Henry Lauer and James Samuel, all of Hulett.

Besides his parents, he was preceded in death by a daughter, Marilis Elaine, in infancy and a brother, William Andrew, in 1959.

Arrangements were under the direction of the Fidler Funeral Chapel of Spearfish, S.D.