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Obituaries: Mills, Barr

Thomas John ‘Romeo’ Mills

Thomas John ‘Romeo’ Mills

Born May 4th, 2000, to Wanda (Mills) Crabtree and Lyle Clark. Thomas had no fears, he ran through life as if he were invincible and took joy in showing his strength.

He had dreams of being an underwater welder and joining the Marines. He loved racing cars, and building trucks. He had endless hobbies and talents many taught to him by his late Uncle Mark whom he adored.

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Survived by grandparents John Mills, and Clarice Manning. Two sisters Mandah Garcia & Zuriel Crabtree, niece Lelainnna, nephew Adrian as well as many aunts, uncles and cousins.Thomas was a protector to all his friends and family. He was a lady’s man, and a lover of animals.

Services Sunday May 26th, 3pm at Strong Tower Church in Casper. 

Fly faster than all the other angles little brother!!MG

Judith Ann (Judy) Barr

Judith Ann (Judy) Barr, 79, passed away peacefully at Shepherd of the Valley Care Center on May 19, 2019.

Judy was born June 7, 1939 in Kansas City, Ks., where she grew up and graduated from Westport High School in 1957.

After a hunting trip to Wyoming, Judy and her husband Mike decided to relocate there in 1974, where they owned and operated a small sporting goods business for over 10 years.

Later Judy began a career as a legal secretary, working for several Law firms in the Casper area, eventually retiring in 2002. Judy loved traveling and just being outdoors, but her true passion was quilting. She was very talented at it, winning several blue ribbons at county and state fair competitions. Judy truly enjoyed watching both of her grandsons participate in any type of sports they were involved in. 

Judy is survived by her son Greg Barr(Cheryl), grandsons; Jarrett and Braden, all from Casper, sister; Barbara Schneider of Independence, Mo., niece; Chris Van Camp(Jason), great nephews Josh and Justin Van Camp all of Lee’s Summit, Mo., also Taylor and Michael Marquez of Grain Valley, Mo., uncle; Larry Hammons of Marceline, Mo.. She is preceded in death by her ex-husband Mike Barr, her mother Kathryn Pistillo and stepfather Michael Pistillo, formerly of Kansas City. Judy leaves behind many friends and the helpful staff at Shepherd of the Valley Nursing Home. The family thanks them for all they have done.

In lieu of flowers, please make a donation to the Casper Humane Society in Judy’s name.

Per Judy’s request, we will have a celebration of life on June 13th from 3 – 6 p.m. at Bustards Funeral Home.