Sharie Lee Crummer left for her eternal home Wednesday, January 24, 2019. Surrounded by family she willingly and faithfully entered the Lord’s presence.
Sharie was born in Casper, WY on July 14, 1960 to Glenn and Karen Lewis. On May 31, 1980 she married her soul mate, Montey Crummer and together they raised a family in Wyoming.
A servant of the Lord, Sharie completed missions to Mexico, Cambodia and Mongolia, impacting countless people around the country and the world. Sharie loved to play the drums for enjoyment and in worship. She opened her home and heart as a foster parent and youth group leader; a mother to many! Growing up in Wyoming, she was a cowgirl at heart, loved working cattle and team roping. Sharie also loved the ocean and sandy beaches. She and Montey lived on Maui for ten years. She was a devoted spouse and mother, sister and friend.
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She is proceeded to Heaven by her Mother, Karen Lewis-Worl; Father, Glenn Lewis; Mother-in-law, Elaine Crummer and Sister-in-law Laurie Hurley.
She is survived by her Husband, Montey Crummer and her children, Callista (Josh) Baugher; Carley (Ben) Applegate; Cassie (Clint) Farmer and Brandon (Grace) Crummer; her siblings Debbie, Vickie, and Glenn and nine grandchildren; Mullen, Tayler, Logan, Madison, Teagan, Rylee, Aislin, Brinklee and Finley.
A celebration will be held on February 2, 2019 at 2:00PM. Douglas Inn and Conference Center, Douglas, WY.
In lieu of flowers the family requests that donations be considered to Victor Marx and ATP Ministries, www.victormarx.com.
William Jacob Wall, 75 passed away peacefully January 25 2019. William served in the United States Army, where he served in Korea.
William loved Fishing, camping and spending time with his family. He enjoyed going to the senior center to talk to his friends, and going for walks.
William was born in Worland WY.
William servived by his son, Dean Wall, and Daughter in law Saige Wall and his two grandchildren (Kaitlyn and Gregory Wall) William also has a Neice and Nefiew who he servived by.
Williams death was proceeded by , his mother Lillian Elizabeth Wall and father Alfred Fredrick Wall and sister Patty Havens.
Funeral Services will be held, Febuary 1 2019 at 1pm at Bustards Funeral Home, followed by military services held at Orgean Trail Veterans Cemetery.
Wilda Gene Kutcher, 80 years young, was born in California in 1938, to William “Bill” and Hazel Irene Arnold. She was their only child. Wilda grew up in Avenal, CA and where she graduated high school.
Wilda loved all the places she lived, but when she moved to Wyoming in 1973 she found “home”. When she met and married handsome Jack Kutcher, a native of the state, she grew to love it even more. Her precious in- laws drafted naturalization papers and declared her to be a true Wyoming Citizen. After their marriage in 1978, they made their home in Bar Nunn where they participated in many capacities to help the town grow and succeed. They both loved their community. Wilda and Jack spent countless hours in the Big Horn Mountains, Red Dessert and many places in the state they loved. They also had many good times going on vacation to the California coast.
Wilda enjoyed the outdoors, birds, flowers, dogs, moose, and talking to people. She had different jobs through the years but found working with stained glass and teaching others was one of her all time favorites. She was one of the few who never met a stranger. She was always stopping people to give them a compliment and putting a smile on their faces.
This summer there will be a family memorial in the Big Horn Mountains where the ashes of Jack and Wilda will be scattered.
One of her final requests to her only daughter, Tomi, was not to have a crappy- long- winded obituary (her words). And so, all the things that could be said about her here, will be talked about by all who loved her most:
Daughter and Fun-in-law Tomi and Alanson Rawdon
Grandchildren: Gabriel Williams, Gabrielle Bradley, Timothy Williams (wife Rosa) and Amanda Williams
Great grandchildren: Keiaira, Siobhan, Catherine, Thomas, Patrick, Xander and Fox.
Sister and Brother in law Barb and Sheldon Sollars
Nephews: Mike Sollars (Rhonda), Mark Sollars and Matt Sollars (Keri)
Great Nieces and Nephew: Josie, Kassidy, and Jack
Her constant companion Dexter.
Many friends; old and not so old.
She is preceded in death by her parents, her son Allen Wade Williams, and her soul-mate and beloved husband Jack Kutcher.
Nicholas F. Keller Jr., age 69, passed away on January 18, 2019 in Casper, Wyoming. He was born on February 23, 1949 in Casper.
Nicholas was a 1967 graduate from Kelly Walsh High School in Casper, Wyoming. He worked at Teton Homes International as a Plant Manager until he retired. On December 8, 1967 he married Jean Chambers in Fort Collins, Colorado.
Nicholas was an avid outdoorsman.
He is survived by his wife, Jean Keller of Casper, WY.; daughters, Paula (Bud) Sorensen and Sherry (John) Wilson. Also his son, Nicholas Keller III (Davina); nieces and nephews, Connie Giese, Donna Payne, Stormy Keller and Shawn (Holly) Keller; grandchildren, Michael (Michelle) Wilson; Christopher (Kiley) Wilson; Shelby Wilson; Ryan Sorensen; Bailey Sorensen; Jimmy Hardin and Jessica Hardin; great grandchildren, Jackson Wilson; Eric Hardin; Alex Hardin; Alyssa Hardin and Maleagha Hardin; great nieces and nephews, Garrett Giese; Shannon Keller; Whitney Keller; Katelynn Keller; Chenille Keller and Cade Keller.
Nicholas is preceded in death by his father, Nicholas F. Keller Sr and mother, Lorraine Keller both of Casper; sister, Lorraine Johnson of Casper and brother, Steve Keller of Ft. Laramie, Wyoming.
No services are planned.