CASPER, Wyo. –
Brenda Burnett: March 23, 1963 ~ March 16, 2021 (age 57)
Brenda Lee Burnett was a loving mother, grandmother and friend. Brenda passed away peacefully at her home on March 16, 2021 at the age of 57.
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Brenda was born to Dave and Betty Geringer on March 23, 1963. She grew up in Glendo, WY where she went on to graduate from Glendo High School in 1981. After graduation Brenda moved to Douglas, WY working for the Holiday Inn. In 1984 she moved to Casper and began her journey. She married Mike on Feb 14, 1984 and had two children in the coming years. Brenda started a career with the City of Casper in 1993 where she worked in the Police Department in Parking Enforcement and later in the City Finance as a Human Resource Specialist until her retirement in 2020.
She loved to love others, one of those ways was through her cooking! She also enjoyed puzzles, her plants, and spending time with her family. She was a great mom and cherished every moment getting to spend time with her grandkids and granddog. Her favorite time of year was Christmas where she would get out all the singing toys and decorations you could imagine, then force her children to watch 24 hours of a Christmas Story. She was always there for her family and gave so much love. She will be missed by many.
Brenda is survived by her two children, Kristen of Cheyenne and Sean (Katie) of Hornick, IA and her amazing grandchildren Aden and Reagan; brothers Darin (Candy) of Glendo and Lance of Casper as well as numerous extended family members.
She is preceded in death by both her parents, Dave and Betty.
Funeral service for Brenda is scheduled on March 23, 2021 at 1:00pm at the Bustards Funeral Home in Casper. After the service we welcome all to join us at the VFW at 1800 Bryan Stock Trail in Casper.
Arrangements are entrusted to Bustard & Jacoby Funeral Home, 600 CY Ave. Casper, WY 82601.
Pamela Jean Schierkolk: 1948 – 2021
Passed away peacefully with family by her side on March 18th at the age of 73 at the Central Wyoming Hospice and transitions Center in Casper Wyoming.
She was born March 11, 1948 to Robert and Betty Jo Schell in Longmont Colorado. As a child Pam was active in cheerleading and fashion, she enjoyed trips to the salon to get her hair done and she loved hotrods and cars. She attended Adam City High School in Commerce City Colorado where she graduated in 1966. Shortly thereafter she married Charles Crowe and the two were blessed with two boys, Robert and CJ Crowe. They later moved to Casper, Wyoming for work and then divorced in 1978. She began attending the races at the Casper Speedway where she met the true love of her life, Robert, “Shirk”, Schierkolk. The couple was then married on April 5th, 1980 and blessed with one more son, Jason Schierkolk.
In 1984 Pam and Bob started their own sanitation company, “Lady Shirk’s Sanitation”, and watched it grow successfully for over 30 years. They also enjoyed the 35 years of their marriage watching the sports their boys played and following the racing circuits wherever they took the family.
Pam was known by many names, Pamela, Pam, Lady Shirk, Mama Shirk, Mom, Aunt, Nana, but most humbly and most cherished “Pammie”, given to her by her parents and sister. While she may have been known by many beloved names, she was most known for her genuinely, generous heart. She avidly donated to many charities, Veterans of foreign wars, wounded warriors, and the American heart Association, to name a few, and she was always willing to give anyone in need the shirt off her back or her last dollar if she knew it would help.
She is survived in life by: her sons Robert Crowe, CJ (Wendy) Crowe, Jason (Janel) Schierkolk; her sister Ruthy (Sonny) Entihar; her grandchildren Cody and Jacob Crowe, Brittany Border, Kellie Crowe, Chayse, Nathan and Rogan Schierkolk; and her great grandchildren Angel Perez and Zoey Wilburn.
She was preceded in death by: her parents Robert and Betty Jo Schell; Her husband Robert, “Shirk”, Schierkolk; her granddaughter Izabelle Schierkolk; her niece Kelly Jo McMaster; and her daughter-in-law Mary Lowthers Crowe.
Anne Marie Weaver: 1953 – 2021
Anne Marie Weaver, 67, of Casper, passed away March 18, 2021.
Anne was born in Casper, Wyoming on July 10, 1953 to Wayne and Alice Weaver.
Anne retired from the medical field where she had a long career in nursing.
She was preceded in death by her parents Wayne and Alice Weaver. Anne is survived by her, brother, Mark Charles Weaver of Casper, WY.
At Anne request cremation will take place and she will be scattered with her family members that preceded her in death.