Lacie Fawley Griffin

Lacie Fawley Griffin: 1992 – 2023

Born November 14, 1992 in Casper, Wyoming to Christine and Ronald Fawley. Her family moved throughout the oilfields of Wyoming and Montana with the oil rigs. They settled in Lander, Wyoming where she attended elementary school in Lander and middle school in Riverton.

Her family moved to Texas where she attended and graduated high school, then went on to graduate from Lincoln Welding School. Lacie eventually became a dispatcher for a tow company. She met the love of her life, William “Cody” Griffin whom she married in 2012.

Lacie suddenly passed from life on September 14, 2023.

She is survived in life by her husband Cody Griffin; siblings Julie Fawley and Johnathan Fawley; mother Christine Evans; and stepfather Danny Evans; father Ronald Fawley; maternal grandfather Ronnie Pitt; and many aunts, uncles, and cousins.

She joins her grandmothers, Carolyn and Beverly, in death; along with many others.

The family will be holding a celebration of life on October 7 in Lander, Wyoming. In lieu of flowers or cards, the family has asked that donations be made in Lacie’s name to the American Cancer Society or to a local animal shelter of choice.

Joshua Harland Olson: 1980 – 2023

Joshua Harland Olson, or when he was younger often referred to as Ollie, passed away peacefully at home in his sleep on September 27, 2023, of a cardiac event.  Joshua was the firstborn to Arlo James Olson and Vicky RaNae Bowers on October 22, 1980 in Garrison, North Dakota.  The family began to grow, with his sister Kristina, “Sissy”, as Joshua nicknamed her, in 1981, followed by the youngest brother Jody “JJ” in 1985. 

The family moved with the oilfield to Casper, Wyoming in 1988, where Josh would find his love for all things Wyoming.  Josh attended Natrona County High School, where he excelled in Orchestra as first chair violin, ran the shop classes, and schooled his science teachers, in fact fixing the dry ice machine for experiment during class.  After high school he began his career in mechanics and proceeded to obtain several certifications in diesel and automotive mechanics while working at Grizzly Maintenance, Inland Trucking, & Mad Towing.   His certification trainings were mainly just to get the paper and challenge the teachers as he had become a professional diesel technician for several companies as well as his own business, Right N’ Tight Repair.  

Josh and Sharon welcomed their first-born son, Zachary in 1999, and daughter Catilynn in 2001.  As life has its’ way, Josh and Sharon were divorced in 2002, but continued to love and support their children.  Josh found his next love in life with Leah Miller and young son Triston, giving him three amazing children. In Triston’s words; “I rambled but he always listened to my words… I’m sure you knew that I loved you… Never thought you’d go, 10 feet tall & bulletproof.”

Josh was “one of the good guys” who never thought twice about how he could help a friend, or stranger, for that matter.  When he wasn’t working on many of his personal automotive projects and friends, families and perfect strangers’ vehicles, Josh loved anything outdoors including fishing, hunting and camping.  His love of cooking brought his many family and friends together which made him happiest next to his granddaughter.  Throughout his life, Josh cherished the moments he shared with his family and lifelong friends, collecting memories that would last a lifetime. He was a loving father to three children and celebrated the joy of becoming a grandfather. His devotion to family knew no bounds.

Joshua was a father, friend, brother, son, partner, and a helping hand to strangers in need. He had a unique sense of humor that brightened the lives of those around him and was always there when someone required assistance.  Josh will be remembered for his unwavering love, kindness, and the indelible mark he left on the hearts of those who had the privilege of knowing him.

Josh is survived by many family members including his dog Lucifer; parents Arlo Olson and Vicky Bowers; siblings Kristina (Jacob) and their two sons Carter and Aiden “Harley”, Jody Olson, (Sarah) and their two kids Karlee and Raylan; his children, Zachary and Catilynn; their mother Sharon; granddaughter Scarlett and Tristan Miller; mother, Leah Miller; as well as countless extended family and friends.

Services to honor Joshua’s life will be in Casper, Wyoming on Friday, October 6 at St. Patrick’s, 400 Country Club Road at 3:00 p.m., followed by a celebration of his life at his brother’s home at 12298 Poison Spider Road.

In lieu of flowers, please consider a donation to a memorial fund at UniWyo Federal Credit Union, where an account has been set up for his grandchildren, Scarlett and those to come.   Donations can be made at at any UniWyo Branch or online at

Arlie Russell Satterfield: 1943 – 2023

Arlie R. Satterfield, 80, of Evansville, Wyoming passed away early on September 27, 2023 at his home.

He was born in Fort Worth, Texas to Willard and Ilene Satterfield. He had three older brothers: Marvin, Vance, and Darrell, all deceased.

The family moved to Casper, Wyoming when Arlie was four years of age. He attended all schools in Casper and graduated from Natrona County High School. He also attended a vocational school in Nebraska. He met his future wife, Linda, on a blind date. Within six weeks they were engaged. They married in 1965 and were very happily in love for more than 58 years. In 1967 their son, Russell Laine was born. Two-and-a-half years later, their daughter, Stacey Linn was born. Stacey passed away when she was 13 years old.

Arlie was employed in uranium mining for Teton Drilling and Western Geophysical. Later, he worked for an open pit uranium mine in Shirley Basin, Wyoming for 10 years. Lastly, Arlie worked for the Wyoming Department of Transportation for 23 years in maintenance.

Arlie was a wonderful husband and father. Any activity the kids were involved in Arlie was there. It was his #1 priority along with family outings camping in tents and trailers. As a couple, Arlie and Linda were associated with the Good Sam Club.

In retirement and before the couple made trips to Utah, Texas, Minnesota, California, South Dakota, Nevada, Arizona, Colorado and for their 50th Anniversary, a month long trip to Florida, and a three-island trip to Hawaii.

Arlie liked country music, camping, going to college football and basketball games, and getting together with extended family.

Besides losing his daughter, Stacey, Arlie was preceded in death by his parents and siblings; parents-in-law, Harry and Dorothy Paulsen; sisters-in-law, Sandra Leseberg; Mary S. Paulsen; brothers-in-law, Billy Leseberg; and Jerry Paulsen; four nephews, Michael, Joe, Harry Leseberg, and Michael Satterfield; and three nieces, Margaret Ann “Peggy” Paulsen, Dorrie Paulsen, and Kelty Satterfield.

Arlie is survived by many relatives on both sides of the family.

He was a loving, thoughtful, soft-spoken individual, but his smile and sparkling blue eyes said everything.

Support and condolences can be mailed to Linda Satterfield, PO Box 216, Evansville, WY, 82636.