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Obituaries: Clark, Meyer, Jr., Langdon, II

Ralph Edward Clark

CASPER, Wyo. –

Ralph Edward Clark: December 8, 1959 ~ September 18, 2020 (age 60)

Ralph E. Clark passed away September 18, 2020 at Wyoming Medical Center with his loving wife by his side.

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Ralph was born December 8, 1959 in Eunice New Mexico.

He was always an outdoors kind of guy, he loved hunting, fishing, Camping but most of all he loved his family.

He is survived by his wife Karen Clark, His son Patrick Clark, His Daughter Juanita Moore, Son in-law Eric Moore, Three grandchildren, Eric Moore Jr, Kezia Moore and Erin Clark, Two brothers, three sisters, and many nieces and nephews.

Arrangements are entrusted to the care of Bustard & Jacoby Funeral Home, 600 CY Avenue, Casper, WY 82601. 


Richard Meyer Jr.

Richard Meyer Jr.: 11/19/1935 – 09/19/2020

Services for Richard “Dick” Meyer Jr. will be held at 2:00 PM, Saturday, 
September 26, 2020 at Meridian Mortuary, Newcastle, WY. Interment will follow at Greenwood  Cemetery. Please join the family for a gathering at the Meridian Mortuary immediately following  the interment.

Richard Meyer Jr., 84, of Newcastle, WY died the morning of Saturday, September 19, 2020.
He was born to Richard Meyer Sr. and Edna May Curl on November 19, 1935  in Harvey, IL. Richard was the oldest of two boys born of this union.

After leaving school Dick  became a worker for
Custom Combines. He traveled around and met his first wife, Helen Meacham in Reader, ND. Dick and Helen begin their life together in Baker, MT. They moved to Newcastle, Wyoming in 1955 and three children were born to the couple. Dick continued to work in various fields including the
oil field and construction. He later divorced Helen and moved to Brunswick, Georgia, where he worked building sewage treatment plants as a welder. Dick continued to live in Georgia until 2016 when he returned to Wyoming.

Dick had a passion for playing the guitar and singing with his church 
friends. He was industrious and could build and create things to meet any practical need. He had an artistic side and built wooden lawn ornaments. Dick loved to fish and when he visited Wyoming, he almost always took
one or more of his grandchildren fishing. While in Georgia he spent time 
on shrimp boats and loved to catch catfish and shark. Dick also enjoyed his time in the Civil Air Patrol as a pilot.

Dick is survived by his half-brothers, Carl Meyer of Missouri, John 
Meyer of Alabama and his halfsister Martha Welch (Gene) of Texas, his 
daughter Julia Pillen (Corey) of Newcastle, son Charles Meyer of Newcastle and daughter Martha Decker (Kenny) of Casper. He leaves behind nine
grandchildren, Michael Reid (Sondra), Christina Robertson (Gareth), 
Elizabeth Hawley (Richard), Jennifer Ingram (Cody), Amanda Mecham (Amasa), Joseph Pillen (Farrah Joe), Robert Meyer (Amber), Tony Lenardson (Kara) and Heather Husman (Mark) and 26 great grandchildren as well as
numerous nieces and nephews. Dick was preceded in death by his parents, two brothers, David Meyer, and Ronald Meyer and one nephew David Allen Meyer.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to your favorite charity. 
Memorials and condolences may be sent in care of Meridian Mortuary 111 South Railroad Ave, Newcastle, WY 82701. 


David Eugene Langdon, II

David Eugene Langdon, II: September 22, 1965 ~ September 22, 2020 (age 55)

DAVID EUGENE (BUBBA DAVEY) LANGDON II 55, of RAWLINS, WYOMING passed away on SEPTEMBER 22,2020 in CASPER, WYOMING.

DAVID was born in DALLAS, TEXAS to DAVID LANGDON SR. and APRIL KANE WILLIAMS on SEPTEMBER 22, 1965. 

HE IS SURVIVED BY his mom Cecilia, Siblings KELLY , CHAD (MICHELLE) , CALLIE (MICHAEL) , CHRISTY , AND TAMMY (Curtis) , his nieces and nephews : Ashton, Evyn, Josh, Morgan, Noah, Matthew, Makaylah, Branden, Andrew, Zoe, Mya, Dane, Colton, and Layla; and many beloved family and friends that became his family.

He is preceded in death by his dad DAVID LANGDON SR. AND his mother APRIL KANE WILLIAMS. 

DAVID WAS DEVOTED TO HIS FAMILY AND FRIENDS. He made every single person feel that no matter what, he had all the time in the world for them, their lives, their stories. He enjoyed fishing, sharing his knowledge, and being surrounded by his family. David moved through this world with such generosity and kindness, always offering a helping hand or advice. His memory and love is a blessing.

In remembrance of David , family will hold a celebration of life service for  him on September 26 at 2:00 PM, near Hog Park Creek, Wyoming.