Obituaries: Candelaria, Shryack, Robertson

Brett Daniel Candelaria

Brett Daniel Candelaria, 35, went home to the Lord on Oct 15, 2018. Born September 08, 1983 to Daniel and Merry (Shinkle) Candelaria in Casper, Wyoming. He attended Paradise Valley Elementary, CY Junior High School and Natrona County High School. He attended Casper College and received a certificate for Welding. He was working construction in Laramie, Wyoming at the time of his death.

Brett had a heart of gold and was a very caring person. He would help anyone with anything he possibly could. He enjoyed playing his guitar, loved fishing and camping and just the wonderful outdoors. He enjoyed creating different types of art thru his welding. There wasn’t a person he met that he didn’t like. He was extremely proud of his children and they were his whole world. He had such a beautiful soul and will be missed so much by his family.

Rosary will be held Thursday, Oct 25, 2018 at 5:00pm at Bustards Funeral Home. Mass of Christian Burial will be Friday, October 26, 2018 at 10:00am at St. Anthonys Catholic Church with Fr. Kevin Barrett officiating.

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Brett is survived by his parents, Daniel and Merry Candelaria of Casper, Wyoming, brother Brad (Mandy) and Kyra Candelaria of Wright, Wyoming, sister BreNae Candelaria of the family home, son Ezra Jacob Candelaria and daughter Alysta Candelaria of Casper, Wyoming. aunts Susan, Sylvia, Mary Candelaria of Laramie, Wyoming, Carmen( Steve ) Boese of Laramie, Rosalie Candelaria of Evanston, Wyoming, Karen Shinkle and Kathy Shinkle of Lyman, Wyoming. uncles Ray Shinkle of Lyman, Wyoming Rick Candelaria of Douglas, Wyoming, Ray Loftin of Laramie, Wyoming. Numerous cousins, second cousins and numerous friends.

Brett is preceded in death by a son Elijah Daniel Candelaria, brother Brian Candelaria, paternal grandparents Daniel and Melinda Candelaria, maternal grandparents Edward “Ted” and Beverly Shinkle, aunts Dora Loftin, Kim Candelaria, uncles David and Leroy Candelaria.

He will be missed so very, very much by his family and forever remain in our hearts until we meet again.


Roy Justin Shryack, 67, passed away on October 16, 2018 at Boysen State Park Head Quarters at his home in Wyoming of a sudden heart attack. He was born on October 27, 1951 in Worland, Wyoming.

Roy worked in the oil field for many years and he also was a truck driver. He enjoyed fishing, panning for gold and conversing with family and friends.

He is survived by his sisters, JoAnn (Joe) Jaure of Casper, Wyoming; Carol (Jerry) Michel of Billings, Montana; brother, Corky Shryack of Worland, Wyoming; nieces, Kalli Arriola of Los Vegas, New Mexico; Dyann Romeijn and family of Billings, Montana; nephews, Zeb (Shannon) Carrick of Casper, Wyoming; Jake (Amber) Carrick of Bath, Pennsylvania; Mark Michel and family of Billings, Montana great nieces, Eva, Vida, Penelope all of Los Vegas, New Mexico and Payton of Casper, Wyoming.

Roy is preceded in death by his parents, Walter Shryack of Thermopolis, Wyoming and Altha Shryack of Casper, Wyoming.

A memorial service will be held at a later date.


Myramae Marnie (Colosimo) Robertson

Myramae Marnie (Colosimo) Robertson passed away peacefully surrounded by her family on October 15, 2018 in Casper, Wyoming.

She is preceded in death by her grandson Michael, son Quinn, and her loving husband of 68 years Edgar Raymond Robertson. Born in Buffalo, Wyoming on April 21,1925, she and her husband have called Casper, Wyoming home since 1988. An avid bowler, she actively bowled into her 90’s.

She is survived by her sons Joseph Robertson and George & Mamasang Robertson. Grandchildren Mark & Rebecca Johnston, David & Nicole (Robertson) Hust, Chris & Jessica (Robertson) Ofeciar, Sean & Britney Robertson, Jasmine Robertson and Raymond Robertson and her 14 Great-Grandchildren.