CASPER, Wyo. –
Margie A. (Munson) Madden: 1928 – 2020
Margie A. (Munson) Madden, 92, passed away peacefully with her daughters by her side December 28, 2020 of complications from surgery and congestive heart failure.
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She was born October 21, 1928 in Plentywood, Montana, attended a one-room country school and graduated from Plentywood High in 1946.
Margie attended Eastern Montana College of Education in Billings and Northern Colorado College of Education in Greeley, graduating with a degree in elementary education.
After attending college for one year, she taught in one-room country schools in Montana, living with local farm families. After graduation, she taught third grade in Montana and Oregon. She married Don Madden in Billings in 1959.
Margie is survived by daughters Ginny Aycock and husband Chip, Judy Madden and husband Tom Sutherland, and grandchildren Hannah, Emma, and Sam Aycock. She was preceded in death by her husband of 58 years, Don Madden, sister Beth Paulson, brothers George and Richard Munson.
Margie played the piano for church services while in high school, taught Sunday school at First United Methodist Church, and typed the church newsletter.
She was an assistant Girl Scout leader and helped in her husband’s consulting business. She was a member of Geo Wives, a hospital volunteer and belonged to a hiking and cross-country skiing group. Margie loved having the family gather for summer and Christmas, she loved all kinds of flowers and gardening, and enjoyed reading.
Service will be held at a later date. Memorials may be made to Meals on Wheels or the local food bank.
Hallie Joy Moore
Hallie Joy Moore was born at 5:00 AM on December 19, 2020 in Laramie, Wyoming, to Shannon and Lindsay Moore. Hallie went to be with our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ at 5:37 AM, December 19, 2020. Hallie means, “Praise the Lord”.
While her time on earth was brief, Hallie’s impact is everlasting. She touched the lives of her parents, grandparents, family, doctors, and nurses with her spirit and fight, and truly left a mark inside everyone. Her family will be reminded of how beautiful and precious Hallie is, when they look at the sweet face of her older sister, Mackenzie, of whom Hallie bore a strong resemblance. She will forever be remembered as a beloved daughter, sister, granddaughter, niece, and cousin. Hallie Joy holds a very special place in her family’s hearts. She is deeply loved. Her family rejoices knowing that Hallie is with Jesus, and they wait with joyful expectation to be together again.
Hallie is survived by her parents, her sister, Mackenzie, maternal grandparents, Chris and Allyn Hadlock, paternal grandparents, Thomas and Mary Jo Moore, aunt Jessica (Jason) Sawdon, uncle Ryan (Chelsea) Hadlock, aunt Kellie Hadlock, aunt Rique (Thad) Briggs and cousins, Ethan, Aurora, Khloe, and Adelaide.
Hallie was preceded in death by her maternal great-grandparents, Allen and Collene Spencer and Edward and Ramona Hadlock, paternal great-grandparents, Merle and Maxine Williams and Thomas and Mary Moore, and her cousin, Jonathan Sawdon.
A celebration of life for Hallie Joy will be held on January 4, 2021, at 10:00 AM at Word Christian Fellowship in Casper, WY. A graveside service will immediately follow at Highland Cemetery.
Scott Robert Olsen: June 9, 1969 ~ December 25, 2020 (age 51)
Scott passed away peacefully at Wyoming Medical Center on December 25 with his family by his side.
Scott was born and raised in Casper. He went on to be involved with several collages recruiting students. His work took him to cities from Atlanta to Phoenix. He loved his family and friends, every old western movie there was, The Green Bay packers, cribbage with his brother, would give you his Last dime and had such a tender heart it finally broke.
As an organ and tissue doner, Scott has extended his life to others. We pray his gift has already healed someone in need.
Scott is survived by parents Gary and Barbara Van Zandt, Robert and Carolyn Olsen. Brother Bryan Olsen and wife Christy. Nephew Ryan Olsen and niece Molly Olsen both of which he took Great pride in. His step sisters Amber Smith (Craig) and Michelle Azevedo (Keith). Numerous aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces and nephews.
As a family we would like to extend our heartfelt appreciation and gratitude To Wyoming Medical Center. The ER, ICU, and end of life care did not go unnoticed. Scott requested no services and we will honor his wishes. Any donations may be made to Mimi’s Home for boys. P.O. Box 2006, Casper, WY 82602.
Arrangements are entrusted to the care of Bustard & Jacoby Funeral Home, 600 CY Avenue, Casper, WY 82601.
Walter “Walt” Kaeller: 1940 – 2020
Walter “Walt” Kaeller , 80, of Casper, Wyoming died Friday, December 18, 2020. He is preceded in death by his wife, Linda Kaeller, 50, of Casper who died on September 8, 2000. If you have information regarding Walt’s family, please contact us at 307-234-0234.