Brianna Rae Coleman, age 34, of Casper, Wyoming passed away September 15, 2019 from injuries sustained in a car accident.
Brianna was born July 28, 1985 in Casper, Wyoming to Tod and Kathi (Hourt) Coleman. She was self-employed as a massage therapist and life coach in Casper.She is survived by her daughter Ashlynn Coleman, parents Tod and Kathi Coleman, two brothers Shea and Brandon (Shelby) Coleman, sister Whitni (Chance) Hiser, grandma Norma Coleman, and two nieces Macie and Payden Coleman, as well as many extended family and friends.
Brianna was preceded in death by her maternal grandparents Alphonse and Theo Hourt, paternal grandfather Bruce Coleman, her little brother Quinn and her fiancé Luis Diaz-Crespo.
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Brianna was a beautiful, vibrant, full-of-life, fun-loving, hopeless romantic – who loved her RomComs – and loved people. She devoted her life to helping people feel better about themselves mentally, emotionally, and physically.
She developed many beautiful friendships with anyone she came into contact with. She always had a smile on her face, a ready laugh, and a hug when needed. She would always give you her smile if you couldn’t find your own.
Funeral Services will begin Wednesday, September 25, 2019 at 10:00 am. at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Church, 3931 W 45th Street, Casper, WY 82604. There will no viewing. Burial will follow at Wyoming Memorial Gardens.
Memorial contributions may be made in Brianna’s memory to a charity of your choice.
Timothy John Urfer, age 48, of Sheridan drowned in Alcova Lake near Casper, WY on September 7th, 2019. Tim was born on July 12, 1971 to Theresa and Harvey Urfer in Monroe, WI. He attended grade school in Hollandale and Lancaster, high school at Wisconsin Academy in Columbus, WI. Upon graduation Tim moved to Sheridan, Wyoming, where he spent most of his life, working in the construction trade and operating his business, Tim Urfer Carpentry. Tim was a meticulous craftsman.
Tim enjoyed hunting, fishing, bicycling, motorcycling, hiking, skiing, repairing old vehicles, and playing his guitar. He had a passion for the outdoors and enjoyed seeing the world from the seat of his motorcycle.
Tim loved his family and friends without judgment. He was accepting, compassionate, and loyal. He never failed to reach out to check on his people, always a phone call or in person, rarely a text. Tim wanted those close to him to know that he cared about them and was there supporting them no matter what was happening.
Tim is survived by his mother, Theresa (Bernie) Dressler, Lancaster, WI, and his brothers and sisters; Rosie (Bob) Berger, Big Horn, WY, Ginny Wiesen, Sheridan, WY, Kay Syse, Black Earth, WI, Dan (Mary Kay) Urfer, Mt. Horeb, WI, and Tony (Stacey Ballard) Urfer, Littleton, CO, and his six nieces and nephews; Josh (Marina Soto) Wiesen, Dylan (Keli) Syse, Nicholas Syse, Mike Urfer; Mary Urfer and Dru Violet Urfer.
Family services will be held at a later date.
Memorials may benefit: Wyoming Office of Homeland Security, Wyoming Search and Rescue Council, 5500 Bishop Blvd., Cheyenne, WY 82001, or Tip Top Search and Rescue, P.O. Box 400, Pinedale, Wy 82941.
Mildred (Rusch) Weber was born September 13, 1938 on the family farm near Greeley, Colorado to Katie (Dieterle) Rusch and David D. Rusch, sister to Harvey Rusch, Della Rusch Lathrop, Tommie Rusch, Cleta Rusch Morgan, and David S. Rusch.
She married David L. Weber on July 13, 1955. A son, Gerald Lee Weber, was born December 3, 1955. A daughter, Debra Eileen Weber, was born September 23, 1959.
They traveled and lived in various places while Dave worked for Marathon Oil Company. Mildred worked as head housekeeper for several motels over the years as well as seamstress and dry cleaning, and her own Avon business. She enjoyed sewing and crafts.
Beloved “Granny” to eleven grandchildren, Elizabeth Stevens, Chris Weber, Benjamin Hine, Jennifer (Weber) Hutson, Abraham (Bear) Hine, Bob Hine, Bridgette Hine, Brad Hine, Amber Weber, Rebekah Yount and Michelle Weber, 19 great grandchildren, and tons of nieces and nephews.
As a living memorial to “Granny”, we would like to plant trees in her honor. We will be spreading her ashes with Dave’s near Dubois in a later service.
The family would like to thank hospice for their excellent care.