Marjorie Fern Haigh born October 5, 1943, passed on May 16, 2019. Born in Des Moines, Iowa she was raised in New Castle, Wyoming where she met her husband Robert of 36 years.
Marjorie earned her Associates of Arts and Drama degree from Casper College. After which she went on to pursue her love of singing and acting with the Red Dog Saloon Players.
She was a long time member of the Geo Wives and Red Hats Society. As a lover of animals, she was the president of the Wyoming Humane Society for several years and a committed volunteer. Marjorie loved playing Bridge with her friends every week.
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She is preceded in death by her parents Russel and Fern Moser and husband Robert Haigh. She is survived by sons Russell (Lisa) of Cleveland, OH and Paul (Miranda) of Casper, WY as well as grandchildren Jacob, Zachary, Shaline, Nicholas, Jaydn, and Lucas.
The family requests no cut flowers; please consider a donation to the Wyoming Humane Society in her name.
Memorial Services at Bustard’s Funeral Home in Casper on May 23, 2019, at 2:00pm with reception to follow at Hebrew Roots/River of Life Church, 2955 E 2nd St, Casper, WY at 4:00pm.
Joyce Elaine Krasovetz went home to her eternal rest Tuesday May 14, 2019. She died peacefully at Wyoming Medical Center following a stroke. Joyce was born to William and Muriel Giles in Cody, WY, on September 05, 1936. She lived her entire childhood in Cody and graduated high school there. She also lived a number of years in Meeteetsee, working on a ranch with her first husband, Walter Boulware.
Joyce loved anything to do with musical theatre, singing, and playing the piano. She loved the outdoors and enjoyed many activities such as motorcycle riding, horseback riding, hunting and hiking. She dabbled at golf and fishing but her greatest love was exploring the countryside looking for rocks, and was a collector from everywhere. Joyce was a long time gardener with a wealth of knowledge about native Wyoming plants. She also loved to paint, photograph wildlife and any type of craft project possible.
Throughout her life she had many opportunities to re-invent herself. She worked mostly in the administrative field, where she ran offices in many different genres. Some of those included Husky Oil, architecture firms, a church office and typing/editing book manuscripts for author Harold McCracken in Cody. She was active in the local Girl Scouts, Music Club, and church choir.
Joyce met the love of her life, Arthur Krasovetz, when they both worked for the Job Service. They were married in a small service and enjoyed over 30 years of married life. They also shared a love of travel, books, music and outdoors. They were fortunate to be able to travel with the Casper Chorale enjoying many places around the world and their shared love of singing.
Joyce is survived by a brother, William Giles of Cody, WY, two children, a son, Scott (Barbara) Boulware of Vista, CA and daughter Sheryl (Michael) Fay of Bar Nunn, WY. She has four grandchildren, and seven great-grandchildren. She is also survived by six stepchildren, Steven Krasovetz, Janice Compton, Gary Krasovetz, Joetta Orr, Jeanne Wilcutt and Dale Krasovetz, their spouses and families.
She was preceded in death by her parents, William and Muriel Giles, a brother Freddy Giles, and her husband Arthur Krasovetz.
Services will be at Oregon Trail Cemetery on Monday May 20, 2019 at 1:30 p.m. Arrangements are being handled by Bustard’s Funeral Directors of Casper, WY.