CASPER, Wyo. –
Mary Margaret Fogle, 54, passed away on Monday, November 18, 2019 in Casper, Wyoming. Mary was born on November 27, 1964 in Gaylord, Michigan to Peter and Barbara Ann Kujawa.
Mary served in the United States Army. In the Army she was a sharp shooter.
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Mary married Donny Fogle in Casper. By profession she was a proud housekeeper. Mary enjoyed cooking and gardening.
She was an amazing grandmother to Oliver and DJ. Mary was a very hardworking woman. She was sober for 10 years and her AA birthday is her daughter Analise’s birthday.
She did everything she could for her family.
She is survived by her daughter, Analise Solis of Casper and son, Sam Solis of Aurora, Colorado. She is also survived by her parents and grandchildren.
Mary is preceded in death by her grandma Zabrowski.
Betty Faye Donmyer (Collins), age 87, passed away in Casper on November 22, 2019 following a sudden illness.
The funeral service will be held at Bustard’s Funeral Home on Wednesday, November 27 at 1:00pm. Following the funeral, she will be interred next to her husband, John Donmyer at Highland Park Cemetery.
Betty was born in Wichita, Kansas on May 19, 1932 to Tony and Magdalina Collins, and she was raised in New Cambria, Kansas, where she met her husband John. They were married in 1951 and lived in Kansas City, Missouri and Palatine, Illinois before moving to Casper. Following her husband’s passing in 1988, Betty continued to pursue her passions of quilting, sewing, and spending time with her grandchildren and great grandchildren. In 1996, Betty married Arnold Schiefferstein and they spent nine loving years together until his passing in 2006.
Betty is preceded in death by her parents, her sister Shirley, and her husbands John and Arnie.
Betty is survived by three children, John Donmyer, Jr., Kathleen and Mark Gardner, and Steven and Amy Donmyer, and also her grandchildren Cameron and Erica Gardner and their children Griffin, Cooper, and Zoey; Kathryn Donmyer and Henry Walker and their children Jaylen and Kai; Kyle Gardner; Quinn Donmyer, Jaclyn and Chris Steinbarger and their children James and Declan; Allison Donmyer and Adam Bush; and Corey Donmyer.
On November 25, 2019, Marjorie Frances Crouch passed away peacefully at the age of 91. Born in Pueblo, Colorado to Roy and Florence Rolander, Marge was a thespian, cheerleader and homecoming queen at Rocky Ford High School. While majoring in journalism and education at University of Colorado, she pledged Alpha Phi and participated enthusiastically in sorority life.
Marge married William Jackson Crouch in 1950, and they moved to Casper, Wyoming, where Bill pursued his career as a petroleum engineer. After ten years in the tight-knit neighborhood of South Illinois Street, she and Bill moved their seven daughters to Goose Egg Road. There Marge oversaw the chaos of 4-H animals, sports practices, music lessons, and Sunday church. She drove for Meals on Wheels, was a dedicated member of the Bessemer Bend Bridge Club, and she frequently volunteered as a room mother at Poison Spider School. After being introduced to acrylics from a gathering of neighborhood artists, she painted Wyoming landscapes for decades and volunteered at the West Wind Art Gallery (now Art 321).
Marge was preceded in death by her parents; her husband William Crouch; her son-in-law, Doug Sutton; and her great-granddaughter, AnnElise Huff-Perrine. She is survived by her daughters, Kathy Huff (Wayne), Mary Sutton (Doug), Susan Londe (Mike), Janet Wragge (Walt), Patti Crouch-Cook (David), Carolyn Jacobs (Marvin), and Frances Crouch (Kin Snyder). She was a loving grandmother to eighteen grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.
A memorial service will be held at 10:30 on Monday, December 2nd at Our Lady of Fatima Church. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Casper Artists’ Guild at Art 321 or Central Wyoming Hospice, who provided deeply appreciated support in Marge’s final months. The family also wishes to express their tremendous thanks to the staff at Meadow Winds Assisted Living Center for their kind and generous care.