Mabel Hernandez went home to be with the Lord on January 15th, 2019 in Scottsbluff, Nebraska. She was 85. She was born in Costilla, New Mexico to Juan and Esperanza Roybal. At the Age of 19 she moved to Casper, Wyoming where she planted roots and made her home for over 50 years. She later moved to Scottsbluff, Nebraska and remained there until the time of her death. Mabel was a loving mother and grandmother and leaves unique memories with each of her children and grandchildren. She was a talented singer and seamstress, and enjoyed doing both whenever she could. She was also a devout member of St. Anthony’s Catholic church and a member of the Virgin de Guadalupe Circle for many years. She always loved helping in the church.
Mabel is survived by 5 children, Norma Medina of Casper, Wy, Virginia Fuentes of Casper, Wy, Henry Mora of Casper, Wy, Yolonda Perez of Longmont, Co, and Consuelo Hernandez of Scottsbluff, Ne. She is also survived by 14 grandchildren, 20 greatgrandchildren, and 5 great-great grandchildren along with numerous nieces and nephews.
She is preceded in death by her parents Juan and Esperanza Roybal, a brother Fred Roybal, 2 sisters, Cleo Martinez and Mellie Sanisteven, her son Orville Mora and her granddaughter Victoria Mora.
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Services for Mabel will be held at:
St Anthony’s Church
604 S. Center
ROSARY: Monday, January 21, 2019 at 6:30 pm
MASS: Tuesday, January 22, 2019 at 10:00 am
INTERMENT: Highland Cemetery, Casper, Wyo.
Ruthie Gene Propp, 79, passed away peacefully at the Wyoming Medical Center surrounded by loving friends and family.
Ruthie was born in Thermopolis, Wyoming, to Eugene and Ruth (Porter) Clegg. She moved to Casper as a young girl, graduating from N.C.H.S. in 1957. She married her lifelong love, Steve on July 8, 1961 in Jackson Hole, Wyoming.
Ruthie began her career working in banking for seven years. She then spent ten years in commercial building before joining Kerr McGee/Rio Algom Mining Company. She semi-retired in 2001 after 25 years of service. After her retirement she worked part time at the Casper Country Club and Paradise Valley Golf Club.
She was an active community member throughout her life. She particularly enjoyed volunteering in all of her son Mike’s sports programs during his athletic years.
She enjoyed ceramics, decorating, and scrapbooking. Ruthie adored Christmas, handcrafting and collecting decorations to create an amazing Christmas Wonderland in her home for all to share each year. She loved all holidays and even created a few. Ruthie also enjoyed travel. Her love of road trips began with her first car, a green ’47 Chevy and continued throughout her life. She was a dedicated adventurer.
Ruthie always devoted herself to her family and friends. Her unique gift was her selfless determination to make things special for everyone in her life. She loved to cook and entertain and was truly incredible in these pursuits. Full of life, love and laughter, Ruthie was generous, fiercely loyal, kind, driven, highly organized, and committed to excellence. She deeply touched all who knew her and will be missed beyond measure.
Ruthie was active at St. Mark’s Episcopal Church during her young life, where she taught Sunday school. As her life progressed, her personal relationship with God deepened. Although she had been baptized as a young girl, she recommitted her life to Christ with her whole heart in a baptismal ceremony in Arizona on October 13, 1996. Her faith in Christ continued to grow until the day God called her home.
Ruthie was preceded in death by her parents, her daughter, Kathrine Propp O’Keefe, her sister, Sally Edgeington, her beloved Aunt Mary Porter and her step-father, Jake Gagliardi.
She is survived by her husband, Steve, daughter, Kelly Welker, son, Mike Propp, grandsons, Ryan Cape, Michael Welker, Chad Baroody, Preston Propp, granddaughter, Mikayla Propp, sisters, Georgia Hagar and Donna Rumsey, brother-in-law, Perry Propp, niece, Stacy Hagar, nephews, Shane and Jake Hagar of Casper and many other nieces and nephews out of state, Aunt Helen Sauer, Aunt Fern Porter, many beloved relatives of the Porter family, and her dear life-long friends, Vivian Grant, Linda Bechtel, and Dixie Potter.
Services will be held at Restoration Church, 411 South Walsh, on January 18th at 3:00 p.m.
Phyllis Carroll Clark, age 88 fomally of Glenrock WY passed away Sunday, January 13th, 2019.
Phyllis was born on December 8th, 1930 in Clayton, New Mexico. She was the daughter of late Anne Sorrell and late A.G Risley.
Phyllis moved to Colorado as a baby. At about the age of 15 she moved to her long time home, Jackson Hole Wyoming. Phyllis and her husband William (Bill) D. Clark moved to Glenrock in 1989 where they resided until her passing.
Phyllis was a hard working woman who had many jobs. She never met a stranger and always took the time out to visit or offer some friendly advice. Phyllis enjoyed flowers and plants but loved Pansies the most.
Phyllis enjoyed animals, painting, crocheting, and collecting owl and rooster figurines for her home. Most of all, she loved and valued taking care of her home and family.
Phyllis is preceded in death by son William (Pete) Clark.
Phyllis is survived in death by her husband William (Bill) D. Clark; sister Nadine Robertson; brother Wayne Risley; children Linda (Butch) Hammer, Carroll (Tony) Spradley, Roberta (Mike) King, Rhonda (Henry) Panzer, Donis (Kim) Weaver; numerous grandchildren; great grandchildren and great great grandchildren
Peggy Adams 92, passed away January 9, 2019 in Casper. No services are being planned at this time.