CASPER, Wyo. – Sally Fern Musser, 80, of Casper, Wyoming passed away Monday, November 4, 2019. She was born on November 27, 1938 in San Luis Obispo, California to Lloyd and Nellie Schultz.
She attended San Luis Obispo Grammar and High Schools and graduated from both San Luis Obispo High School and Cambria High School. During her high school years she met the love of her life, Leroy G. Musser and they were married March 24, 1957. Together they had four children, 3 girls and 1 boy. Her days were full, she especially loved her job as a mother, wife and homemaker.
As newlyweds, Sally followed her husband to England while he was in the Air Force, the family was transferred to Lake Charles, LA where they settled for 5 and 1/2 years. Then the family was transferred to Vandenburg Air Force Base in Long Pok, CA where they stayed until Leroy’s transfer to North Africa. The family stayed two years in North Africa until Leroy’s medical discharge from the service, the family then settled in California for over 40 years until Sally and Leroy relocated to Casper to be closer to their daughter.
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Before moving to Casper when Leroy retired, the couple bought an RV and traveled for 20 years throughout the United States. Sally’s health forced them to settle down and they called Casper home in 2011. Leroy went to work right away at Joshua’s Storehouse while Sally enjoyed her time in Casper with her daughter and numerous friends.
She is preceded in death by her parents; brother, Lloyd E. Schultz, Jr.; and sister in law, Ilene Schultz.
She is survived by her husband, Leroy; daughter, Glennda Jones of Texas; daughter, Sara Onstton of Casper; son, Jon L. Musser of California; daughter, Terri L. Musser of California; 4 grandchildren; 18 great grandchildren; 2 great great grandchildren; sisters, Vera Schultz and Nancy Schultz; other nieces and nephews.
No services will be held. Memorial Contributions may be made in Sally’s name to Central Wyoming Hospice.
Robert (Bob) Yeamans passed away on November 2, 2019 at Shepherd of the Valley while under Hospice care. Bob was born on December 21, 1934 in Denver, Colorado to Mary and John Yeamans. He moved to Casper, Wyoming at the age of nine where he set out on many adventures with his siblings.
He graduated from NCHS in 1953 and was drafted in the Army where he was stationed in Alaska during the Korean War. He served as a member of the 31st Air Defense Artillery and distinguished himself as a marksman. He then obtained his B.S. from Utah State University. He returned to Casper where he met his beloved wife, Jane McKinney and they were married in 1963. Bob was the father of one child, Laurel whom he loved dearly.
He worked in the Gas Hills and then began his career at Delta Airlines until his retirement in 1993.
Bob had a great love of nature and spent most of his free time camping, rock hunting, or fishing. He had great respect for the Native American culture and felt a deep connection with the ancient spirits of the nomadic people who used to roam the plains.
Bob is preceded in death by his parents. He is survived by his wife, his two siblings John Yeamans (Phyllis) and Mary Urian, his daughter, Laurie Christopherson and his grandchildren Shelby Christopherson, Ashley Christopherson-Myler and her husband Thomas, and Kahner Christopherson.
The family would like to thank both Central Wyoming Hospice and the Shepherd of the Valley for their tender care, compassion and loving treatment of Bob during his illness. The family would also like to thank the many dedicated friends who have offered their continual support throughout.
Services will be held at Bustards on Friday, November 8, 2019 at 2:00 p.m.
Johanna (Jo) White age 81 passed away in the late evening of October 30th, 2019 at her home, following a brief illness. She was born June 25, 1938 in Linton North Dakota.
She owned the Evansville Café for several years during the 70s and 80s.
Then worked as a lunch server in several elementary schools around the Casper area including Jefferson, Westwood and Cottonwood until she retired in 2009.
Jo loved animals and had many pets over the years, she enjoyed tending to her garden and working out in her yard.
She is survived by her sisters Rudy Marquart and Hellen Christianson; her two sons and their wives; Richard and Claudine White and Doug and Jennifer White; 3 Grandchildren; Robert and Ricky White and Kaitlyn Adams; as well as numerous nieces and nephews.
She was preceded in Death by her mother and father Walter and Lydia Weisz; her sisters Francis and Mary her brothers Jack and John Weisz; her daughter Betty Lou Dix; as well as her husband Raymond White.
A viewing will be held Sunday November 10th from 4PM to 6PM at Bustards Funeral home. The funeral services will be held at 10AM on Monday November 11th at the Mountain View Baptist Church. There will be a brief graveside service at Highland Cemetery and a reception to follow at Mountain View Baptist Church.