CASPER, Wyo. –
Sharon Rose Dannar: 1945 – 2021
Loving daughter, wife and mother.
January 5th, 1945 to February 25th, 2021
She is survived by her husband Bruce Dannar of Basin Wyoming, 7 children, 7 of her children’s spouses, 26 grandchildren, 23 great grandchildren, 2 sisters, 2 brothers and many nieces and nephews. She is preceded in death by 2 children and her parents.
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She is an amazing woman. She loves the Lord and has a knowledge of eternal families that has sustained her through her life of blessings and trials. She raised 9 individual children. She is a perfect example of unconditional love.
As a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints she held every position from nursery to the Relief Society Presidency. She was a teacher of the gospel that inspired others and increased attendance in her classes.
Mom’s sense of humor ranged from simple jokes to starting water fights at the dinner table. Her wide range of interest included music, sewing and especially her beautiful bead work which she loved sharing with her family and friends.
Mom loved to read. She shared this love with her children, reading aloud to us at night before bed to help us learn to dream big. As her family has grown her grandkids and great-grandkids have learned at her knee, elbow, lap and anywhere they could find, to appreciate the world of literature. But if there is one thing she wanted to share more then anything else it is her love for each and everyone of us both family and friends.
She will be missed and is loved by all who knew her.
Arrangements are entrusted to the care of Bustard & Jacoby Funeral Home, 600 CY Avenue, Casper, WY 82601.
Robert Dale Neil: 1940 – 2021
Robert Dale Neil 80 of Casper, passed away on Monday February 22, 2021 at his home with his loving family around him. Bob was born in Western, Missouri on July 29, 1940 to Othie and Grace Neil. He spent his childhood years in the Riverton area. Bob served his country for 20 years in the United States Navy and achieved the rank of Master Chief Machinist Mate. During this time Bob completed Navy Nuclear Power Training and was proficient in the operation of the worlds largest reactor complex and was qualified propulsion plant watch officer on the U.S.S. Enterprise CVAN-65. In 1969 Bob married the love of his life Cynthia Lake.
After retirement from the Navy Bob went on to Texas and was shift supervisor in the operations of South Texas Nuclear Project for 13 years. Retiring at the early age of 55 Bob moved back home to Casper, WY in 1991 where he loved spending time with family and friends and enjoying the outdoors specially fishing and camping.
Bob is survived by his wife of 51 years Cynthia (Lake) Neil, Daughter Patience (Scott) Wallace, Son Robert Neil Jr. , Three sisters Marilynn VanVleet, Ruth Ruber, and Linda Bunner, Brother Wayne Neil. Grandson Roman Espinosa , Granddaughter Gillian Wallace.
Bob is preceded in death by both parents Othie and Grace Neil, Brothers William Neil, Owen “Bud” Neil, daughters Valerie Neil, Margaret “Peggy” Neil
Elizabeth (Betty) Ina Schnorenberg: 1934 – 2021
On February 8, 2021 Betty went to Heaven to be with those who preceded her in death.
She was born in Grand Junction, Colorado on July 12, 1934 to Elisabeth and Frederick Finnicum. Her father died when she was one year old and her mother remarried to Newton Kelly.
Betty married Walter H. (Babe) Schnorenberg on September 27, 1953. After they were married they resided in Lusk, WY where their two sons, Steven Michael and Kelly James were born.
Betty maintained the balance of being a loving wife and mother and working outside the home. Her life revolved around her family and her sons, granddaughters and great-grandsons. They were a shining light in her life.
Betty is survived by her sons Steve (Celia) Schnorenberg, Texas, Kelly Schnorenberg, Colorado; granddaughters Lynn (Ryan) Leslie, Traci (Rick) Bower; and great grandsons, Josh Ahrndt, Mathew Ahrndt and James Bower.
She was preceded in death by her parents, her sister and her husband.
In lieu of flowers, donations or cards, as a family we are asking for random gifts of kindness to be passed along throughout every community. Anyone who had the pleasure of meeting my Grandma will understand why we are asking for this gift of kindness. Our family believes that kindness was the legacy that she leaves behind and the best way to honor her life and death and the very special person she was is to keep that kindness being passed forward from family and friends to complete strangers alike. My Grandma didn’t know a stranger in her life because in her heart they were ALL family.
The greatest among you must be a servant. Matthew 23:11
There are no services scheduled at this time.
Dick Jay Peterson: 1947 – 2021
He was born in Deadwood South Dakota to Pete and Phyllis Peterson.
He passed away at Wyoming Medical Center in Casper, Wyoming.
He is survived by his wife, of 53 years,Gloria (Adamson), their two daughters Rhonda Shaffer (Kelly) and Stephanie Howie (Sean), six grandchildren and 7 great grandchildren, also his brother Mark Peterson (Jason) and his sister in law Barbara Peterson.
He was preceded in death by both parents his brother Larry Peterson and his sister Sandra Pettry.