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Obituaries: Czellecz; Stainbrook

Chimene Susanne Czellecz

Chimene Susanne Czellecz: 1971 – 2022

Chimene Susanne Czellecz, 50, of Casper passed away September 8, 2022, at The Denver Hospice in Denver, Colorado, with her family by her side.

Chimene (Sechrist) Czellecz was born to David and Frances Sechrist on December 30, 1971. Chimene attended school at Alcova Elementary, Dean Morgan Junior High and Natrona County High School. In high school she enjoyed participating in track and cheerleading. While attending Natrona, she met the love of her life, Wally Czellecz, and they were married October 6, 1990.

Chimene worked for the Natrona County School District for 18 years, most recently working in the office at C.C.A., impacting many young lives.

Chimene was involved at Highland Park Church in family ministry, marriage retreats, community groups, women in the word and on the board of Finance.

Her hobbies included camping, shopping, scrapbooking, flower gardening, cooking and baking, interior design, remodeling the houses where they lived, movies, playing games, hanging with friends, and, most importantly, family time. 

Chimene is survived by husband Wally; son Joey; daughter Grace (Dylan) and granddaughter Everlee; parents David and Frances; brothers David Jr and Donald (Devon); nieces Morgan (Austin) Swingholm, Megan Sechrist and Haile Sechrist, and Madison Czellecz; nephews Donald Jr and Deacon Sechrist, and Tanner (Shaylee) Czellecz; two great-nephews Liam and Kelton; brother-in-law and sister-in-law Andy and Candace Czellecz; other extended family members; and close friends.

Services will be held Saturday, September 17, 2022, at 10 a.m. at Highland Park Church, Casper, Wyoming. Reception to follow.

In lieu of flowers, the family asks to donate to the established GoFundMe account set up in Chimene’s name located on her Facebook page.


Leila Rose Stainbrook

Leila Rose Stainbrook: 1944 – 2022

Leila Rose Stainbrook, 77, of Casper, Wyoming, passed away Wednesday, September 7, 2022, at Central Wyoming Hospice with her family by her side.

She was born October 12, 1944, to James and Harriet Maxine Mathews in Urbana, Iowa. She was one of eight children.

Leila married her high school sweetheart, Jerry Lloyd Stainbrook, in 1960. They had three daughters: Glenice, Penny, and Hope. They later divorced in 1979.

Lee enjoyed dancing; birdwatching; playing Rummikub, cards, and Bunco; shooting trap (in her younger years); and scrapbooking. She took pride in taking care of her loved ones, both natural and adopted.

She is survived by her daughters Penny (Karl) Scholz and Hope (Boone) Johnson; grandson Matthew Stainbrook; granddaughter Jessi Sheets; great-grandchildren Brady, Eva, Milo, and Luna; siblings Loren Mathews, Gale (Bonnie) Mathews, Danny (Deb) Mathews, and Sharon Koopman; and numerous nieces, nephews, and friends.

Leila was preceded in death by her parents James and Maxine Mathews; her daughter Glenice Stainbrook; her granddaughter Hailey Stainbrook; and her siblings James Dean Mathews, Alan “Bud” Mathews, and Donna Rauch.

Services will be held in Iowa at a later date; in lieu of flowers, Leila’s family asks that donations be made to Central Wyoming Hospice in her name.

Arrangements are under the direction of Newcomer Casper Chapel. 


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