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Obituaries: Johnson, Beavis

Theresa Marie “”Tree”” Johnson

CASPER, Wyo. –

Theresa Marie “Tree” Johnson: 1959 – 2021

Theresa Marie Johnson, 61, Born 03-08-1959, in Cambridge Nebraska resided in Casper Wy, for the majority of her life.

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Memorial service will be held at 3:00 PM, March 6, 2021 at Newcomer Casper Chapel. Please feel free to bring a private memory or message, there will be a memory box at the service. These messages will be treasured by Theresa’s family.

Theresa was a loving wife, mother, daughter, sister, grandmother, aunt and friend. She was raised in Casper and graduated with her Associate’s Degree from Casper College.

She loved camping, being outdoors, classic cars and long motorcycle rides. She never missed an opportunity to spend quality time with family, whether it be a large gathering or an intimate conversation. She enjoyed spending time with her grandchildren, they held the light in her eyes and the smile on her face.

She never missed a chance to be silly and enjoy the little things in life. She enjoyed collecting fun toys and dolls, especially those that would make you giggle. Fast to love and forgive, with such a big heart, filled with compassion she was always there to lend an ear and warm hug. Adored; is a great word to describe the way she felt for her daughters. So proud of the women they have become and all the loving memories they shared throughout life. Best friends with her mom some would compare them to “The Golden Girls” because they were so close. Their days together were filled with laughter, tears and late-night conversations. Always a person who put others before herself, she would offer the shirt off her back to anyone in need. So blessed are we to have had the opportunity to love and be loved so unconditionally.

Survived by her mother Sandra K Bielss, Husband Troy F. Johnson, Three brothers, Bobby Skiles (Christy McKnire) Mike Skiles (Darlene Skiles) Kenny Skiles (Kristal Skiles) Stepsister Barbie (Bob) Chiles Sister in law Darcy Skiles. Daughters, Crystal Hylton (Jeffery) Candi Snellgrove (Vanessa McCoy) Christina Corson (Jason) Bonus Kids, Jessica Marcotte (Drew) George Johnson (Brandi Wahlen). Grandchildren, Austin Hylton, Kyle Hylton, Marcus Lucero, Hunter Schnepper, Lily Schnepper, Jayden Corson, Layla Corson, Braxton Marcotte, Grayson Marcotte, Henry Marcotte, Nathan Hamilton, Cyrus Fowler, Kaysen Johnson and Jamison Adamson, and many nieces and nephews.

Proceeded in death by her Father Robert L Bielss, Father In Law Aurther Johnson, Mother In Law Carol Johnson, Brother Norman C Skiles, Timmy C Skiles, and sister Melinda L Skiles

In lieu of flowers, Donations can be made to the family At the memorial Service, there is also an Account set up at WYHY Federal Credit Union, the Acct is under Jason Corson (Tree Marie) or may be mailed to 1833 Lakota Trail, Bar Nunn.

Sylvia Mae Beavis (Howes)

Sylvia Mae Beavis (Howes): 1954 – 2021

Sylvia Mae Beavis (Howes), 66, of Wright, Wyoming passed away on February 27, 2021 of natural causes.  Sylvia was born July 15, 1954 in Kodiak, Alaska and moved at a young age to Elkton, Maryland where she attended school.  She obtained her registered nursing degree from Wilmington School of Nursing in 1975.  In 1976, Sylvia married Randy Beavis where they resided in Bremerton, Washington and Butte, Montana before settling in Wright, Wyoming.  

Sylvia was preceded in death by her parents, Charles Howes and Bessie Howes, and her Brother-in-Law, Bud Lewis.  Sylvia is survived by her lifelong husband, Randy Beavis, her son, Charlie Beavis (Megan), her daughter Pamela Ayers (Jase), her four grandchildren, Cody Beavis, Josie Beavis, Albert Tycho Ayers, James Rigel Ayers, and her sister, Sherry Lewis.

Sylvia enjoyed life outdoors going camping, boating, fishing, and roasting marshmallows by the campfire. She loved spending time with her family, especially her grandchildren.  She lived a life serving others through nursing, teaching, Girl Scouts, and volunteering for school events. She was not one to sit around and wait for life to happen, she charged forward and created lasting memories her family and friends will cherish forever.

The family has decided not to hold any memorial services to protect those they love from the ongoing pandemic.  In leu of flowers the family is requesting donations in Sylvia’s name to St. Judes Children’s hospital.

Arrangements are entrusted to Bustard & Jacoby Funeral Home, 600 CY Ave. Casper, WY 82601.