Wayne Dean Geuke, age 80, died at Wyoming Medical Center on August 14, 2019. He is survived by his wife, Karen Geuke; his daughter, Sheila McAdam; his two sons, Brad and Waylon Geuke along with their wives Sonya and Christi. He has seven grandchildren, Mykelle McLean, Kian McAdam, Austin, Madalyn and Noelle Geuke and Peyton and Emily Geuke.
Wayne was born and raised in Redfield, South Dakota. After high school he married Sharyl Sisson. Together they had their three children. Wayne went to beauty school to learn the business and ended up being very talented. In 1967 he won the world hair-cutting competition (beating Videl Sassoon), which was an amazing accomplishment in those days. He was a golden glove boxer in his earlier years which came in handy when he was known as a “hairdresser”. He was an entrepreneur owning many salons, beauty schools and bars across Wyoming and South Dakota.
He was an avid outdoors-man who spent his entire life hunting and fishing. He enjoyed golfing with his wife and playing cribbage which he did both until the day he died. Wayne will always be remembered by friends and family as a lover of life; he lived it to the fullest! He had a contagious sense of humor and a huge heart. He had a twinkle in his eye and a cigar in his mouth almost always.
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A celebration of life is scheduled for Wayne at 4:00 PM, Sat., Sept. 14, 2019 at Crazy Tony’s Bar in Guernsey, Wyoming. All who have known and loved this man are welcome to attend and celebrate Wayne’s life.
Richard John “Dick” Webb died peacefully, surrounded by his loving family on August 16, 2019, in Casper, WY.
Dick was born to Richard “RJ” Webb and Leila Jane Churchill in Ferndale, MI on October 3, 1947 and lived in Royal Oak, MI until 1979. Growing up, he helped in his father’s shop then at Chatham Supermarket, Royal Oak Post Office, and entered a career in law enforcement in 1970 with the Royal Oak Police Department.
He met his wife of 52 years, Dianna Patton, on a blind date, and it was love at first sight. They were married on April 1, 1967 and together they raised 5 wonderful children – Wendee (Syd) Webb; Tracey (Michael) Belser; Richard (Jana); Kerri (Jeremy) Lehman; and Bill (Andrea). Feeling drawn to the mountains and prairies, they moved to Casper, WY in 1979, where they made their home. He worked in security and field at the National Petroleum Reserve #3 and the Casper Police Department retiring as their Crime/Intelligence Analyst in 2009.
Following in his father’s footsteps he pursued the Great Light of Masonry. As a teen he joined DeMolay becoming their Master Counsellor, District Master Counsellor and earning the honors of Chevalier and Outstanding DeMolay in the State of MI. He became a Master Mason with Lodge #464 in Royal Oak, MI, receiving his lifetime membership. The values, lessons, and leadership roles provided the foundation for his dedication to his community and family. He had many hobbies and was an avid reader.
Dick is survived by his wife, his mother, siblings Lucy Kapur; Bert (Cheri); Bill (Jeanni Gaymer); Larry (Vicky) and brother-in-law Garry (Nancy) Patton. Surviving grandchildren Kevin (Katie) Rohrer; Dakota (Mariah) Webb; Alexis, Anthony, Cayden, Bella, and Drew Webb; Alex and Annika Belser; Payson and Gracie Webb; Maddilynn Lehman; E’lana, Benjamin, Isabelle and William Webb. Surviving great-grandchildren are Carter, Brecken, Brynnleigh, and Caysen Rohrer and numerous nieces and nephews.
A Celebration of Life is planned for a later date. In lieu of flowers, the family would appreciate donations to the American Cancer Society or the Amyloidosis Foundation.
Jimmie Dale Marken born on June 6, 1944 in Borger, Texas to Jim and Sibyl Marken. He moved to Casper as a young child and graduated from Natrona County High School where he was a member of ROTC. Jimmie joined the Navy shortly after graduation. He met Hester (Ward) Marken and they were married in 1967, and had 4 children David, Annette, Branden and Erin. He was a prominent and well known member of the Casper Area. As the owner of RC Cab, he was loved and respected by all of his employees, customers, and patrons. He is survived by his brother Gary Marken and his 4 children, 13 grandchildren, and 6 great grandchildren.
Jimmie Dale Marken passed away on August 12th peacefully. Memorial services will be held on August 22nd at 10:00 a.m at Bustard’s Funeral Home, 600 C.Y. Avenue Casper, Wy 82601 followed by a procession around 11:30 a.m. to Oregon Trail Veterans Cemetery, 80 Veterans Rd, Evansville, WY 82636 for full military honors.