Jun 10, 2012 - StaffA memorial service will be later in Riverton for Cindy M. (Lehto) Trannum, 46, who died Monday, May 21, 2012, in Anchor-age, Alaska.
Cindy Marie Lehto was born Jan. 23, 1966, in Riverton. She married Richard Vaughn Trannum on Jan. 25, 1986, in Riverton. They had three children before leaving Riverton and moving to Alaska in July 1991.
She lived in Fairbanks, Tok, Homer, Delta Junction, Tanacross and Ancho-rage, Alaska.
Her hobbies included music, watching the Food Network and cooking, and spending time with She loved nature and the outdoors.
Mrs. Trannum is survived by her husband, Richard Vaughn Trannum; two daughters, Tarrah L. Trannum and Amanda M. Trannum; son Richard T. Tran-num VI, all of Anchorage; her m-other, Betty Lehto of Riverton; sister-in-law Wanda G. Trannum; five granddaughters, Destiny M. Trannum-Green, Desire M. Tran-num-Green, Jade G. Trannum, Aaliya G. L. Trannam-Lopez and Jazzell M.V. Trannum, all of Anchorage; grandson Timothy Tashawn Richard Trannum-Lopez; another grandchild due in November; family friend Samuel Garfield, and special friend Walter Burrell, all of Anchorage; family and friends in Wyoming.
She was preceded in death by her biological mother, Marie Morgan; her father, Rudolph T. Lehto; special nephew Bryan J. Dearman; and mother in-law Lorraine White-plume-Trannum.
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