CASPER, Wyo. –
Tre Daniel Gomez
Was born to Jessica Gomez on October 6, 1992 and went to heaven January 30, 2020 with the love of his life Catherine by his side.
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Tre loved his family with all his heart and his son was his pride and joy. Tre and Darian loved to watch basketball together always cheering on their favorite team the Denver Nuggets.
When Tre was little instead of watching cartoons he would watch the food network and always wanted to be a chef, he loved to cook!
Tre loved being outdoors and loved nature, one of his favorite things to do was have lunch by the river with his little family.
Tre took an interest in cars during his teenage years and later became a car salesman. He loved fast cars especially his blue Trans Am.
Tre is survived by the love of his life Catherine Swanson, his son, Darian; in-laws, Tyler and Jill Padilla and Russ Swanson; his grandmother, Rose McKinney, Brother, Tyler Gomez, Sister, Tanya Gomez, many aunts, uncles, cousins; and Jorge and Anthony Duran who he was raised with and considered them his brothers.
Tre was preceded in death by his mom, Jessica Gomez and his Poppy, Barry McKinney.
Per Tre’s wishes there will be no services, he wanted a gathering at his Nino and Nini’s house to celebrate his life.
The family will have an open house February 8, 2020 from 2:00pm-5:00pm for family and close friends at the home of Nino and Nini’s.
The family would like to thank Central Wyoming Hospice and Wyoming Medical Center for all the love and care you gave to Tre and his family.
In Lieu of flowers, please make a donation to Central Wyoming Hospice and Transitions in Memory of Tre Gomez or please make donations payable to Catherine Swanson for their son, Darian Gomez.
Michael (Mike) Homann, age 53, of Casper, passed away January 30, 2020 at his home. Mike was born May 9, 1966 in Casper to Henry and Jean (Whitford) Homann. Mike was self-employed as a concrete contractor and worked alongside his wife for the last 27 years. He prided himself on providing the safest service, with the highest quality possible, for the contractors that he would later build long term friendships with.
Mike enjoyed fishing, hunting, riding, camping and above all his family. Mike would go out of his way to help anyone in need and had a strong network of like-minded friends. Mike met his wife, Deidra in Casper 32 years ago and were married for over 30 years. They lived as spouses and as best friends. They fished competitively for 20+ years and enjoyed the friendships made there. Mike strove to teach his daughter, Nicole good values, supported her life decisions and was her confidante. Nicole hopes she can pass those values and life lessons on to his grandchildren.
Mike was preceded in death by his father, Henry Carl William Homann. He is survived by his wife, Deidra Homann, daughter, Nicole Kleemeyer, grandkids, Skyla and Carsyn Kleemeyer, mother, Jean Homann, sister, Sandra Hourt, nephews, Jacob and Jimmy and various aunts, uncles, and cousins.
A Celebration of his Life will be held Saturday, February 15, 2020 details to be announced.
Memorial contributions may be made to Hunting For Heroes, Wyoming in Mike’s memory.
Mary Lee (Eathorne) Stinson, 74, passed away on January 24, 2020, after a courageous battle with cancer at Central Wyoming Hospice and Transitions. Mary Lee was born on February 17, 1945, in Valentine, Nebraska to Pearl Johnson Eathorne and Frank Eathorne Sr. Growing up on her grandparent’s ranch north of Douglas, she learned to love animals of all kinds, horses, cattle, cats, and dogs. She attended school in a little schoolhouse in Bill, Wyoming, north of the family ranch from first to eighth grade and graduated from Douglas High School in 1963.
Mary Lee met her husband while working at the A&W in Douglas. Raymond Stinson and Mary Lee were married in September of 1964 and made Casper their home. She worked a variety of jobs, Attendance Officer at Kelly Walsh High School, tax preparer, real estate agent, and finally a Mary Kay Consultant. She volunteered with her children’s school and even with the greenhouse at Casper College. Ray’s job took them to Hawaii where they met the best of friends and enjoyed the tropics.
Mary Lee enjoyed bowling with leagues, bird watching, gardening, baking, and family history. She kept busy with crafts. She quilted and knitted beautiful blankets and wall hangings. Her candy and special cakes were the tastiest part of Christmas. She kept up with her boys and husband while enjoying outings of camping, fishing, four-wheeling, and hunting. Mary Lee always looked toward family reunions for both the Johnsons and Stinsons. She was extremely proud of her grandchildren and attended their activities when able.
Mary Lee was welcomed to Heaven by her parents, grandparents, Jacob and Iva Johnson, numerous aunts, uncles, cousins, brothers-in-law, and sisters-in-law. She is survived and kept forever in their hearts by her husband of fifty-five years, her sons and daughters-in-law, Jerry and Kristine Stinson, Mark and Connie Stinson, brother Frank Eathorne, Jr and wife, Leslie, seven grandchildren, John, Jesse, Jacob, Justin, Lily, Corenne and Clarissa, and one great-grandchild, Oliva Mary. She is also missed by a sister-in-law, Mary Lou Luptak, brother-in-law, Richard Stinson, numerous nieces, nephews, cousins and friends. She is also survived by her faithful cat, Buddy, who adopted her and watched over and comforted her during her illness.
Patricia Anne Perrotti, 90, of Douglas, Wyoming passed away peacefully at home on Saturday, January 18, 2020 after a four year battle with breast cancer, She was surrounded by her close friends, Chris Stineman, Sue Asselin, Penny Patterson, Lois Schloop and her daughter, Cheri Christian.
Pat was born November 22, 1929 to Charles Paul and Ruth Margaret (Bartholomew) Hopkins. She married John Boolin in September 1952. She and John (an aerospace engineer) moved to Sacramento in 1955 where Pat worked for the Bureau of Reclamation as a clerk from 1955 to 1977. Their daughter, Cheri was born in 1957. John passed away in 1970. Pat was an active member of Toast Mistress International in Sacramento, California.
In 1977, Pat married Michael N. Perrotti and moved to his home in Douglas, Wyoming. She worked for Farmers Home Administration until she retired in 1985. She was a member of Zonta International.
Pat is survived by her daughter, Cheri, (Boolin) Christian and son-in-law, Daryl Christian; 3 grandchildren – Joshua (Heather) Christian, Amy (Todd) Darby and Aaron (Alexandra) Christian; 5 great-grandchildren; and her sister, Shirley Ault.
She is preceded in death by her parents, Charles and Ruth Hopkins, her brothers, Jay “Lee: and Lynn Donald Hopkins, and both husbands, John A. Boolin and Michael N. Perrotti.
In lieu of flowers, please make donation to the Susan B. Komen Foundation or Douglas Meals on Wheels.
A celebration of Life for family and friends will be held on February 4th at 1pm at Douglas Community Club.