David “Dave “Danny” Gunn: 1957 – 2019
A celebration of life for David “Danny” Scott Gunn will be held Dec. 12, 2019 at 1:00pm at the Mountain View Baptist Church. David was born on July 23, 1957 in Glendive, Montana. He was called home to heaven on December 3, 2019. Surrounded by his loving family. He had many passion in life including his country and service in the U.S. Army from 1975 to 1978.
David rarely met a person that he didn’t make smile with his sarcasm and goofy personality. He enjoyed hunting and fishing, really anything outdoors. When he wasn’t out enjoying the outdoors, he was volunteering in the Kitchen at Mountain View Baptist Church. His last wish was to make it through one more hunting season which he did with his son and grandsons by his side.
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He is survived by his loving wife, Rose of 34 years, his son, Robert (Brittany) of Casper, Daughter, Heather (Mariano) of California, Daughter Angela (Seth) Coleman of Mills, Seven grandchildren, Stephen, Alexxis, Makayla, Madison, Hunter, Eligh and Newton. Davidis also survived by sisters, Kay (Jerry) Vailes of Illinois, Bonita (Donald) Dunlow of North Carolina, and brothers, Butch (Ruby) Jones of Virginia, and William Smith of North Carolina.
He is precede in death by his mother, Mary Sue Doyle, and his sons, Jackie Gunn and Jason Gunn. His natural mother-Marilyn and his adopted mother, Neta Jo.
In lieu of flowers; donations are asked to be made to either Central Wyoming Hospice or the “Kitchen” at Mountain View Baptist Church.
Murielene Grosso, 89, beloved mother, aunt, grandma, and friend passed away peacefully on December 01, 2019 in Casper, Wyoming.
She was born on April 19, 1930, in Dodge City, Kansas, to Oliver Knudsen and Clara Duncan. In 1949 she married George Grosso and together they raised three daughters; Beverly, Debra, and Brenda, and one son, Darin.
Murielene moved to Casper in 1959 to help her parents run the Alcova Boat Club.
She was a jack of many trades and was known for her sewing skills. She and her husband together sewed many seat covers for local buses, bars, and even the planetarium.
She was often blunt and to the point and she loved making people around her laugh. She was known for her clever sayings, like when you asked her, “How are you feeling?” she would reply, “With my fingers.”
She had a heart of gold and absolutely adored her children and grandchildren.
Murielene is survived by her daughters Beverly and Brenda; son Darin; niece Johnnie Lou; granddaughters Deon, Devin, Andrea, Gabrielle, Alicia, and Lori; grandsons Nathaniel, Matthew, and Kelsey; and great-grandchildren Charlotte, Clara, Victoria, Mikey, Audrey, and Hendrix. Funeral services will be publicly held at the Veterans Cemetery on Wednesday, December 11th at 2:00 p.m. As for what Grandma would probably say to all of this: “well whoop-de-doo.”
Funeral services for Gene Huaf, age 93, will be conducted at 3:00 p.m. on Tuesday, Dec 10, at Bustard’s Funeral Home, by Ft. Thomas George, Our Lady of Fatima Catholic Church. Interment will be in the Freeland Cemetery at a later date. He passed away December 4, 2019 at Central Wyoming Hospice. Gene was born December 24, 1925 in Lawrence County South Dakota, the son of Christian and Marguerite (Merrill) Hauf.
Gene lived on the family ranch and attended school in the Glendo area. He enlisted in the Army in 1944 and served his country in Germany during WWII. He fought in the Battle of the Bulge. He was honorably discharged in 1946. He returned to Casper and worked as a master mechanic for Coliseum Motor Co. for over 25 years. In 1976 Gene and his wife Roberta started Terene Automotive where he worked until his retirement in 1991. Gene was not one to sit around so his retirement was short lived. The same year he retired he went back to work for Miles Land and Livestock Co. and hardly missed a day of work for the next 24 years. He loved ranching and fixing things and quickly became a huge part of the Miles / Price family.
Gene had 4 children: Sue Phillips, John Kennedy, Gwilda Wiyaka and Leo Dickey. 7 grandchildren: Shawna, Aaron, Jackie, Andrew, Angela, Laura and Mark and numerous great grandchildren. Gene loved animals and had several dogs over the years. He was preceded in death by his wife Terri (Roberta), daughter Sue and his dog Buddie. Gene was an amazing husband, father, grandfather and great grandfather. He always worked hard to take care of his family and will be missed dearly by all.
Memorials may be made in Gene’s name to Central Wyoming Hospice, 319 S. Wilson, Casper, WY 82601.