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Arthur Ernest Duran
Birth: Jul. 13, 1942
Taos County
New Mexico, USA
Death: Sep. 28, 1972
Rich County
Utah, USA

Arthur Ernest "Ernie" Duran was born in Taos, NM to Joe E. Duran Sr & Flora (Cardenas) Duran. As a child the family (siblings: Joe Jr, Ambrose, Fred (Ferdie), Tony, Maria, & Rose) moved to Cokeville, WY. Ernie served his country in the US Army during Vietnam & in 1969 married Barbara Nettles of Robertson, WY.

On September 28th 1972, He was killed in a single vehicle rollover accident near Woodruff, UT--but wasn't pronounced dead until arrival at the hospital in Evanston, Wyoming. It is possible that he overcorrected and lost control on a curve. He was ejected from the vehicle on the highway and killed on impact while his truck rolled into a fence & burned.

He is survived by two daughters, Dorothy Dotrice (July 1970), and Bambi Emily Ernestine (June 1972). He was a tall funny & artistic man... and is still missed and loved dearly.


Any additional information photos or corrections are appreciated (contact page sponsor, Emily). 
Evanston City Cemetery
Uinta County
Wyoming, USA
Plot: 4-06-004-02 Catholic
Created by: Emily Duran
Record added: Jun 18, 2003
Find A Grave Memorial# 7595829
Arthur Ernest Duran
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Arthur Ernest Duran
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- Garry Piiparinen
 Added: Mar. 31, 2015
Happy birthday Dad! Wish you were here to celebrate it <3. I love and miss you!
- Emily Duran
 Added: Jul. 13, 2011
Happy Father's Day Dad! Here's the long lost lone picture of us together that I thought was gone forever! I LOVE YOU!
- Emily Duran
 Added: Jun. 17, 2011
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