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Obituaries: Jasmann, Martin

Hubert M. Jasmann

Hubert M. Jasmann, age 90, of Casper, passed away October 19, 2019. Hubert was born January 29, 1929 in Santa Monica, California to Otto and Leona (Mortensen) Jasmann. He was the founder and owner of Hub’s Floor Covering and Rocky Mountain Carpet.

Hubert was preceded in death by his parents, twin brother, Hugo, brother, Otto, and infant son, Gary. He is survived by his wife of 21 years, Eva (Coats) Jasmann, daughters Bobbette (Matthew Gross) Jasmann, Connie (Brad) Johnson, Vickie Jasmann, grandchildren, Tami Jolliff, Matthew Johnson, and Cheryl Aispuro, great-grandchildren, Jessica, Justin, Alissa, Ryan, and Riley.

A memorial service with military honors will be on Friday, October 25, 2019 at 11:00am at Newcomer Casper Chapel. Inurnment will be at Oregon Trail State Veterans Cemetery after a reception at the V.F.W. on Bryan Stock Trail.

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Memorial contributions may be made to Casper Humane Society or a Charity of your choice.


Patrice Lynette Martin

Patrice Lynette Martin, 1973 – 2019

In the early morning hours of October, 22 2019, Patrice Lynette Martin slipped quietly, peacefully, and unexpectedly from this life to the next. Taking with her a little piece of our hearts. She was known to most as Nana. She was a most devoted mother and grandmother, family was everything to her. Patrice was preceded in death by her father Bill Green, brother Roger, and sister Theresa. She leaves behind; mother Shirley Ballard, husband of twenty-two years Dean Martin, Son Michael Rowley, daughter Jerica Colter, Son Joshua Martin and Daughter Harley Martin. As well as three granddaughters Temperance, Hayden, and Ryley, three grandsons Izayah, Emmett and Wyatt. Patrice also leaves behind several brothers and sisters, and many unofficially adopted children and grandchildren. A memorial service will be held on Saturday, October 26, 2019 at 11:00am at The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 1922 South Poplar Street in Casper.