Cassandra Rose Parsons: 1982 – 2021
Cassandra Rose Parsons, 39, left Casper, Wyoming, on Sunday, November 14, 2021.
Cassandra was born on February 7, 1982, in Rapid, South Dakota. She is the daughter of Casey Parsons and Jill (Randy) Zenisek. She grew up in Caspar, Wyoming, and graduated in 2000 from Kelly Walsh High School.
She was so sad that she had to work for a living. She has spent many years in sales, often in the name of customers.
Cass was very smart, polite and a little smart-ass. With her great sense of humor, quick wit, and smiling face, she has always been a part of the party. She was adventurous, free-spirited, and lived a full life. In her heart of hearts, she was a real country girl.
Cass had a big heart and a genuine love for her family and friends. If they wanted her, she’d be there without thinking. No one knows this better than the “brother-in-law” DJ. She and DJ used to meet each other thick and thin to help each other out of the day they were born.
Cassandra loved to build her house, which made it always more comfortable. She was not afraid to do any work unless it was gardening. She was very diligent and accurate when her drunken class was reduced to one or two.
A truly beautiful soul, designed to illuminate the room. All those who love her will hear the sound of her laughter and carry her spirit in their hearts.
Forever, she misses her beautiful smile.
It is comforting to know that they were there to receive Tucker, Arlo, and Punch.
Cassandra is happily remembered by her brothers Jode (Amanda) Parsons and sister Tracy (Eric).
Brandon, Jeff, Brett, Hillary and their families.
Cousins, aunts, uncles and many friends
Holiday Sunday, November 21, 2021 at 2 p.m.
1800 Bryan Stock Road
Casper, Wyoming 82601
Instead of flowers, please donate
Casper Humane Association
849 East E Street
Casper, WY 82601
James Joseph “Jim” Ellis1935 – 2021
James Joseph Ellis died peacefully on November 10, 2021 at the Casper Life Care Center due to natural causes. Born March 20, 1935, in Caspar Wyoming to Mary Rady and Michael J. Ellis. Jim attended St. Anthony Catholic School and graduated from NCHS. He spent many years tending sheep on the family farm, and he loved fresh chocolate, any John Wayne and Irish music.
Jim is survived by his parents, sisters Rena Rossi, Mary Cavano, Patricia Sever, and Michael Ellis. Sisters Jane Sever and Lisa Godardard, brothers Michael, Dan and Patrick Cavana.
Instead of flowers, donations can be made to St. Anthony Tri Parish School.
New Year’s Eve will be held on Tuesday at 7:00 p.m. Funeral services will be held at St. Anthony Catholic Church on Wednesday at 11 a.m., followed by burial at Highland Park Cemetery.
Michael O. Crowe1947 – 2021
Michael Ohara Kraw, 74, Casper, WY, died on November 13, surrounded by family. Born in Valley City, Andy, son of the late Raymond H and Rose M. Crowe and Louise A. Crowe was a loving husband.
Michael was a graduate of 1966 LaMoure High School, LaMoure, ND. It’s a joke that the hike began with a short visit to the San Diego Camp Pendlton following two business trips to Vietnam. Michael was proud of his service to Sgt and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. Michael the Baptist says he once met God on the battlefield. While in Vietnam, he did not know they would be reunited after a three-year battle that was believed to be the result of the Orange Agent.
Michael attended Wahpton State School of Science on GI Bill and earned a bachelor’s degree. After graduation, he worked as a draft editor for TMI, Dickinson, ND. He moved to Bismarck, Andy, where he worked for the state. A.D. In 1978 he moved his family to Casper, WY, where he worked as a geologist for the Gulf Mining. He later joined the Farmers Brothers Coffee Company, where he worked for 28 years as a sales person to a branch manager.
Michael was a member of the American Legion, a member of the Life NRA and a strong Minnesota Vikings fan. In addition to his family, he enjoyed gardening, driving, fishing, feeding the birds he visited, feeding his horses, and walking the dog. He had a humorous smile on his face. He was a wildlife photographer and enjoyed the great outdoors of God.
His wife, Louise, survived 50 years; Son, Israel Crowe, Dallas, TX; Daughters Michel Crowe, Savorn Thy wife, Sea Tac, WA; Amanda, wife of Ben McCarlson, Casper, WY grandchildren, granddaughter Ethan, Avery, Rice, Emma McCarlson and Kirin T. Brothers Raymond Crowe and wife Linda, Ravena, OH; Bruce Crowe and wife Joyce, Alexandria, MN; Sister Susan Brinklow and husband Roger, West Fargo, ND; Dear brothers and sisters, by law, brother and sister. Michael is survived by his parents and 9 brothers and sisters.
Special thanks to the staff of Wyoming Medical Center – Banner Health for their compassionate care over the past two weeks.
Celebrations of Life and Practice will be held Monday, November 22, at 11 30 30 at the Oregon Trail Patriotic Cemetery Chapel, Evansville, WY. Reception at Paradise Valley Christian Church, Casper, WY.
Contributions may be made to the Wounded Warrior Project, St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, American Legion Post 0002, Paradise Valley Christian School.
Frank Paul Padilla: March 27, 1941 ~ November 11, 2021 (80 years)
Frank Padila passed away in the early hours of Thursday, November 11, 2021, with his wife, Caroline Lee Padila, at his home in Caspar, Wyoming, where he had lived for 24 years.
Frank was born on March 27, 1941, to Padilla in Sheridan, Wyoming. Frank attended schools in Miles City, Montana and then worked as a pizza delivery driver, taxi driver and then as a plumber supervisor for the ICO for many years. He moved to Las Vegas, where he worked as a bell. After retiring, he moved to Albuquerque, New Mexico.
He was a gold glove boxer, and spent most of his life with Frank and his two brothers, Tito and Dill, playing professional league bowling and winning numerous trophies. Frank is known to have shot one game or two pools.
Surviving wife Caroline (Lee) Casper, Wyoming Padilla; Two brothers, Ray Padila, Casper, Wyoming, and Johnton Paddy, of Everton, Nevada; Two sons, Pete and George, and two daughters, Janet Lee and Penny Anderson. He also has ten grandchildren, twenty-one grandparents, six great-grandchildren and many nieces and nephews.
He dies by his parents; A sister, Mary; Brothers Titus, Ron and Dill; His first wife, Marilyn; A daughter Sherry; Two sons, Ricky and Scott, and one stepfather, Michael Kisar.
Services will be held Monday, November 22, 2021 at 11 ፡ 00:00 AM at Bustard and Jacoby Funeral Home, 600 CY Ave, Casper WY, 82601 one hour ago. Funeral services will be held at Wyoming Memorial Paradise. Frank’s Life Festival will be held immediately at Evansville Community Center, 71 Curtis Street, Evansville, WY 82636.
Preparations for Bustard & Jacoby Funeral Home, 600 CY Avenue, Casper, Wyoming 82601.
James Robel ElderJanuary 25, 1955 ዳር November 14, 2021 (age 66)
James Ruben, 66, died at the Wyoming Medical Center on November 14, 2021, after a fight with Covid in Fort Larami WI.
James, or JR, was born on January 25, 1955, in Cherokee, IA, to his mother, Elder Eugene, and Elder Paye Nordstrom. After years of soccer glory, he graduated from Aurelia High School in 1973. Prior to enlisting in the US Army from 1974-77, he served on a family farm while overseas in Germany. – Mandatory time. Shortly after his military service, he found the love of his life in Wyoming, where he lived for the rest of his life.
Jr. and his ex-wife, Maureen, have raised their two daughters, Amanda and Molly, in Casper. JR has been a local horseman and blacksmith for decades, often accompanying various historical repetitions and radios at his own request. He later spent the last years of his life working as a trader at the Sheriff’s Veterans Affairs Center.
He was a historian, an ordinary and undisputed family Jeopardy! Champion. He shared his love of Western movies, fishing, archery, shooting, and target shooting with his daughters. He was also their favorite dance partner. He says he trusts dogs and horses more than humans. He was a devout Christian who loved to sing.
Jr. is survived by his daughters Amanda (Steve) Manchester, Molly Elder (Aaron Vincent) and 2 grandchildren Henry and Samuel Manchester. He leaves Brothers Darrell Elder, Roger Elder, Adam Elder Iowa, and Sister Mary Block from Minnesota; And nieces and nephews. He also leaves his friend Mary Frank from Fort Laramie, WY. His beloved parents, Jean and Faye, have died.
It rests on the graves of veterans on the Oregon Trail. Funeral services will be held later. Instead of flowers, the girls ask you to consider vaccinating to better protect yourself, your loved ones, and vulnerable members of your community.
Daniel P. MineralsOctober 21, 1955 ዳር November 15, 2021 (age 66)
Daniel Pete Mines 66-year-old Casper Wyoming A.D. He died peacefully on November 15, 2021, surrounded by his family.
Dan was born on October 21, 1955, in Edge and Robert Pete, Rangeli, Colorado. WY, who grew up in Casper, attended Kelly Walsh Highschool and Casper College.
He worked for his father, Pet Business Industrial Screen and Maintenance (ISM) in his teens and early teens. After a stagnation in the early 80’s, he took a break and signed a contract with a well-known electrical and mechanical contractor in New Mexico. A.D. He left New Mexico in 2000 to return to Casper, WY to work with his father, and later his father retired and bought an ISM.
During this time, Dan used the knowledge and experience he had acquired from a large contractor to take ISM to new heights. He loved the job and was incredibly passionate about improving existing drilling, brake and pumping equipment and finding solutions. He was always working on new ideas, some of which he successfully acquired, and ISM is still producing today.
He has been the President of Industrial Screen and Maintenance Encryption for over 18 years. A.D. Retired in 2018, he sold the ISM to his son Lynsey and son-in-law Aaron, leaving the ISM family-owned Wyoming Corporation for the third generation. He was very proud of his business and owned jobs for many Wyoming and Colorado workers who he considered a family.
He was preceded in death by his parents and two older brothers, Kenny and Davey.
He is survived by his wife Denise (Lee), Sister, Sherry (Mainer) Wells, daughter Lindsay Robinson, her husband Aaron Robinson, granddaughter Carissa, Ali and Bethany, daughter-in-law Shiloh (Lee) Robinson, husband Chad Robinson, grandchildren Taylor , Ben and Bailey, Dawn Lee, grandchildren Krystal and April.
Services are currently scheduled for mid-January 2022. Per Dance wants this to be a “big party” in the celebration of his life. All friends and family are welcome. We will get the details the next day.
Services are entrusted to Bustard and Jacoby Funeral Home.