CASPER, Wyo. –
Devyn Rain Neal, 16, of Casper, Wyoming passed away suddenly at home Saturday, August 29, 2020 from an undiagnosed heart condition.
Devyn was born on September 26, 2003 in Laramie, Wyoming to Dustin and Darci Neal. Her family relocated to Casper where she grew up. She was a student at Natrona County High School and was looking forward to starting her Junior Year. She worked part time at Pizza Hut where she made great friends.
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She will be remembered for her amazing smile, strong spirit and silly nature. She loved cats, always wanting to take in more than the two she already had and was often sending funny cat videos to her parents. She loved dancing, and singing. She loved to go camping at the lake and paddle boarding at Edness Kimball Wilkins Park. She trained in Tae Kwon Do in Casper under Grand Master Stan Martin and earned her First Degree Black Belt. She was strong-willed and a fierce competitor. She loved the friends she had very much.
Devyn spent much of her time with her younger brother Dash and would take him to the movies, or the park. Even though they had a large gap in their age they had a strong bond.
Devyn is survived by her parents, Dustin and Darci Neal and her brother Dashal River Neal of Casper, WY; Maternal grandmother Carolyn Hunter of Riverton, WY and Paternal grandparents, James and Deena Neal of Ryan Park, WY; Aunts Shannon Neal of Casper, WY and Jamie Hunter of Wheatland, WY and cousins Landen Moore, Michael McCullough, Taylor Minard and Hunter Minard.
A celebration of life is planned to take place at Newcomer Funeral Home on Sunday, September 6, 2020 at 1 PM, with a reception to follow.
Carol Lee Schumacher Broome: 1953 – 2020
Carol Schumacher Broome, 67 of Casper, Wyoming returned to her heavenly home on August 27, 2020.
She was born to William King Schumacher and Virginia Lee Bangs in Takoma Park, Maryland on June 30, 1953.
In April, 1971, she had a military wedding in the U.S. Naval Academy Chapel in Annapolis, Maryland to her husband Ensign John Charles Broome. Skilled in both French and Italian, she then followed her new husband from port to port in the Mediterranean for six months while his ship was deployed.
Carol and her husband were baptized in October 1973 in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. In January 1975, John and Carol were sealed to each other in the Washington D.C. Temple for all time and eternity.
During their 49 years of marriage, they lived in 9 different states and adopted 3 daughters and a son. Carol earned a Bachelors and Masters Degree in French Language and Linguistics. Following graduation from the University of South Carolina School of Law and being awarded a Juris Doctorate, Carol served approximately a hundred families by being their adoption attorney, bringing them the joy adoption she so treasured.
Carol has served in numerous ward and stake callings in her church, including service as a Relief Society President.
Carol is survived by her husband, John and their children, Stephanie Elizabeth, Aimee Alexandra, London Lee, and Nathaniel Chase. She has four grandchildren, Milo, Charlee, Genevieve, and Raylan.
Marcella “Marcy” Stoneking: 1963 – 2020
Marcella Elizabeth Stoneking passed away peacefully in her sleep at her home on Monday, August 31, 2020 after a hard-fought battle with cancer.
Marcy was born on June 19th, 1963 in Munich, Germany to Christine Huber and Gephardt Schmidt.
In 1966 Marcy and her family moved from Munich, Germany to Ft. Lauderdale, Florida then on to El Paso, Texas, Olympia Washington, and Denver Colorado, until finally Marcella found her heart and home in Glenrock, Wyoming in 1984.
In Glenrock Marcy found the love of her life when she met Orvie Stoneking. They married in 1988 and have shared a wonderful life together.
Marcy was an industrious and entrepreneurial person and pursued a variety of interests. While raising her family she successfully raised and trained horses, built houses, bought and sold houses, made dresses, and even wrote and published a children’s book. To Marcy’s delight over the last few years, she found a 2nd home at the Glenrock Landfill where she fell in love with her co-workers and the regular customers. She relished every opportunity to operate a skid-steer and a Cat D9 bulldozer.
Marcy is survived by her loving husband Orvie Stoneking, daughter (co-conspirator) Brandee Smith, her beautiful granddaughters Baily Smith and Samantha Neumeyer, stepson Jimmie Stoneking, his wife Melissa and their sweet and talented daughters Ashlinn and Rylie. Marcy’s surviving siblings are Jason Smith, his wife Debbie, their 3 children Jessica, Jonathan, and Justin and sister Kerstin Smith, her son Joshua Smith, of Orlando, Florida. Her Uncle William Regans, his wife, Diane and their son Chris are of Urbana, Illinois, and her two first cousins, Jim & Frank Nadell and their families hail from Carbondale, Colorado.
Marcy was preceded in death by her aunt Lisa Nadell of Carbondale, Colorado and her mother Christine Huber of Glenrock, Wyoming and father Gephardt Schmidt, Munich, Germany.
We will remember Marcy for her strength of will, indomitable spirit, her legendary smile, and infectious laugh. Her loss will be felt not just by her close and extended family, but also a community of friends, neighbors, and business associates.
Having lived a life of genuine character we know Marcy is perched high above, surrounded by horses, dogs, and in the company of her momma. We take solace in knowing Marcy is beaming down to all of us her unforgettable award-winning smile.
Until we meet again, we shall miss you Mom, Grandma, Sister, friend, and most of all, loving wife of a blessed husband.
Cremation services having been performed the celebration of Marcy’s life will be held as follows;
September 13, 2020, 10:00 a.m.
The Paisley Shawl
416 West Birch Street
Glenrock, Wyoming 82637
In lieu of flowers, Marcy requests her friends and family to forward donations to The Humane Society of the United States at the following address:
P.O. Box 97015
Warren “Randy” Harris was born 8/23/1957 in Ft Bragg North Carolina to Donald L. And Virginia E. Harris and died 8/29/2020 in Shoshoni, Wyoming.
Randy graduated from Gordon High school, Gordon, Ne in 1975 and joined the US Army where he served from 1975 to 1981.
Randy loved working as a heavy equipment operator, traveling and working all over the US.
He is survived by sons Michael and Daniel from Riverton, Cord from Oklahoma and Nathen Harris from Texas as well as brothers Steve, Scott, Doug, Jason, Ross, Roger and sister Charla, extended family and friends.
He is preceded in death by both parents, sister Marva, nephew Tyrel and Tonya Sosebee.