Suddin Tasarrah Hinchen, age 34, of Evansville, passed away October 26, 2019 at Wyoming Medical Center. She was born November 23, 1984 in Casper, Wyoming to Arlon and Barbara Hinchen. She was an accomplished chef and she loved horses and her dogs.
She is survived by her parents, two older sisters, Jillica Hinchen and Tyaka Marsh, and a nephew Zarryn Hinchen who she considered to be her little brother and her niece Maddyson Marsh, and grandmother, Evelyn Hinchen. She had many friends and extended family members, and her special friend Layne Flury was by her side at the end.
Per her request, no services will be held.
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Gregory Dean “Greg” Martinez, 60, of Evansville, Wyoming passed away Saturday, October 26, 2019 at Central Wyoming Hospice after a lengthy battle. He was born on September 15, 1959 in Craig, Colorado while his parents were working Baggs, Wyoming to Arthur and Angela Martinez. He graduated from Riverton High School and went to work for the Uranium mines and then out to the oil fields of the west. In 1979 he met and married Gloria Sandoval and together they had four children, Benjamin, Jeremiah, Joseph and Jordan. In 1995 the couple divorced. Greg filled his days as a Master Trapper, hunter and fisherman, 1988 he held the record for the largest brown trout caught in Wyoming. From 1991 until 1994 Greg was a boxing coach for the Riverton Boxing Team.
He is preceded in death by his parents; sisters, Deborah Wilkinson and Andrea McLean; and one brother, Andrew Martinez.
He is survived by his sons, Benjamin Martinez of Casper, Jeremiah Martinez of Cheyenne, and Joseph (Amanda) Martinez of Casper; his daughter, Jordan Martinez of New Mexico; Grandchildren, Mckaila Martinez, Leah Martinez, Isaac Martinez, Auriella Martinez, Rebecca Martinez, Mila Martinez, Avery Martinez, Oliver Martinez, and Eleanore Martinez; a great grandson, Carter James McCoy; brother, Rory Martinez of Glenwood Springs, CO; sister, Gaylene Martinez of Riverton, WY; nephews, Michael Martinez, Tyler Martinez and Blake McLean; numerous cousins, relatives and friends.
David Shane was born on November 27, 1951 and passed away on Tuesday, October 22, 2019.
David served in the United States Navy after graduating from Adams High School in 1970.
Memorial Services will be held on November 2nd, 2019 at 3 p.m. at the Casper Alliance Church.
In leu of flowers the family is asking to make donations in David’s name to the Food Pantry at Casper Community Church Bank where he volunteered often.