Suzanne Young: March 1, 1966 ~ April 11, 2021 (age 55)
Suzanne Lynn (Langen) Young, 55, of Glenrock, Wyoming, passed away peacefully on April 11, 2021 at Central Wyoming Hospice & Transitions. She was afflicted with brain cancer in August of 2020.
Suzanne was born in Kingsville, Texas to Harold and Roma Langen on March 1, 1966. She lived in various locations around the country with her family including Hobbs, New Mexico, Anchorage, Alaska, and Glenrock, Wyoming. She graduated from Glenrock High School in 1984. There she drove her ’79 Camaro, competed on the volleyball team, participated on the cheer squad, and played saxophone for the marching and jazz bands.
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After graduation, Suzanne moved with her family to Victoria, Texas. She attended Victoria College for two years, excelling in her coursework and making the dean’s list. She then went on to earn her bachelor’s degree in Health Education with an emphasis in Corporate Wellness from Texas A & M in 1989.
Suzanne moved to Anchorage, Alaska, in 1994. She later married Steve Gunson, who she had her only child with, Robert “Cory” Corbin Gunson in 1997.
She participated actively in her son’s life, taking him on hikes in Alaska, participating in the school PTA, and many other activities. Suzanne was also a scoutmaster in the Boy Scouts of Troop 214, organizing and participating in various events including the 100-year Boy Scout Jamboree in Seward, Alaska.
It was in Alaska where she established her own business, cleaning and organizing houses for hundreds of clients over the years.
Suzanne later reconnected with her high school friend, Darin Young. Shortly thereafter, they married on July 8, 2013 in Douglas, Wyoming, and moved to Battle Ground, Washington to be closer to her son, Cory. After three years in Battle Ground, Suzanne and Darin started a new chapter of their lives in Glenrock, Wyoming.
After concluding her organizing and cleaning business, Suzanne was an employee for the United States Postal Service in Casper, WY, working in sorting and clerical positions for approximately one year.
Suzanne was a leader, competitor, and always a trailblazer in any endeavor. Anything that stood in her way was nothing more than an obstacle for her to conquer. Suzanne enjoyed time with her family, hosting gatherings around her campfire while enjoying her music and wine. To her family, she was the “best biggest sister”, the “mom to do it all”, a “fabulous aunt”, and a “loving, thoughtful, generous, respectful daughter”. She had a witty, rock n’ roll, hospitable, caring personality, for whoever needed it at the time. Suzanne enjoyed the sunshine. With her family, she embraced the beauties of nature by hiking and regularly exploring new locations.
Suzanne is survived by parents, Harold and Roma Langen; husband, Darin Young; son, Cory Gunson; sisters, Shannon (Donald) Heinold and Stacey (Scotty) Lehner; nephews, Shane Trottier and Mason Heinold; nieces, Hannah Heinold and Taylor Trottier; great-nephews, Cooper and Preston; great-niece, Charlotte; mother in-in-law, Lynn Richens; and stepchildren, Desirée, Danae, and Kade Young; and finally, her beloved Chihuahuas, Piglet.
A memorial service will be held at St. Louis Catholic Church in Glenrock, WY, on Saturday, April 17 at 1:00 PM. In the mid-summertime, a celebration of life and burial service will follow at Glenrock Cemetery when the family can gather together. A definite date and time will be shared when determined.
Memorial donations can be made to Suzanne’s GoFundMe account, Support for Suzanne’s Cancer Fight. Suzanne’s family wishes to extend their deepest gratitude to everyone who has supported and prayed for Suzanne in this past year.
Edward “Eddie” J. Scerbo: October 5, 1962 ~ April 9, 2021 (age 58)
Edward “Eddie” Joseph Scerbo, 58, passed away on April 9, 2021 in Casper, WY. He was born on October 5, 1962 in Hamilton, NY.
Eddie attended schools in Central New York. After graduating, he joined the United States Army, where he specialized in demolitions and spent time overseas. He then traveled to Washington state, Texas and Florida before settling near family in the Washington D.C. area. There, he began an adventure working in “high-steel” for Union Ironworkers Local 5. He always remembered his “brothers and sisters” in steel with great pride.
He loved scuba diving, hunting, fishing, metal detecting and everything about the outdoors. This love for adventure led him to hook up his bass boat and head to Wyoming. Eddie had no “filter” and “made no excuses”. He loved his family but was happiest going on a “walkabout” to the lakes and mountains. He lived life to its fullest and encouraged others to do the same. He would tell people to take chances, enjoy life and “let the sun shine on your face”. He will be sorely missed.
He is survived by his adoptive father, Frederick L. Scerbo of NY, sisters Linda Stange (husband Bill) of WY, Rose O’Herien (husband Skip) of NY, Barbie Sell (husband Perry) of VA, several nieces, nephews, cousins and many friends. He was predeceased by his mother Barbara Redina and her husband, Mark Redina, both of VA.
Services will be held Friday April 16, 2021 at 2:00 p.m. at Bustards Funeral Home in Casper, WY. Followed by military honors ceremony at Oregon Trail Cemetery.
Donations may be made to the following:
Wyoming Rescue Mission, Casper WY
Arrangements are entrusted to Bustard & Jacoby Funeral Home, 600 CY Ave. Casper, WY 82601.
Clancy L. Galovich: 1942 – 2021
Clancy L. Galovich passed away on April 13, 2021 in Casper, Wyoming. Clancy was born on August 2, 1942 in Casper to Bill and Nelle Smith and was raised in Sinclair, Wyoming. She married Milo Galovich on July 19, 1970 and moved to Casper. Clancy worked several years in real estate and worked for Pacific Power and Light for 13 years. Clancy loved the Lord with all of her heart, and she knew that with God all things are possible, and that brought her much comfort.
Clancy is preceded in death by her husband, Milo; her two handsome, incredible sons, Butch and Fred; her two precious schnauzers, Chelsee and AbbaGayle; and her parents, Bill and Nelle Smith.
She is survived by her brother, Fred Smith and his wife, Terri; her beautiful nieces, Stacey Stewart, Amy Lund, and Shanna Kmoch, and their families. Clancy is also survived by several wonderful friends including Lori and Cheryll Hinton, Carol and Tyler Matzke, Tyler Harris, and Ron Haberman.
At her request there will be no services, and cremation has taken place. She will be laid to rest beside her husband, sons, and her little schnauzers at Highland Cemetery in Casper, Wyoming.