Killers: Kirk, Cream, Trip, Helton

Rocky Namun Kirk

Rocky Namun Kirk – May 3, 1978 – August 9, 2021 (age 43)

Rocky Namum Kirk died suddenly on August 9, 2021. Rocky was a loving father, son, brother, and uncle. He was born on May 3, 1978, in Rocky and Kirk (Ferbank) Kirk, Lander, Wyoming. From the time he was born, he was a brave and warrior. He was the youngest of three children, Jesse was his older brother and Cora (Huffman) his older sister.

He attended Kasper School and graduated from Kelly Walsh High School in 1997. Throughout his childhood and adolescence, he was active in athletics and excelled in wrestling, football, and baseball. He continued to love sports. In September 1999, she adopted her daughter, Rev. Jade, into the world.

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Rocky loved his “bear cub” Vegan, his family and friends. He loved Wyoming and Wyoming Cowboys. He loved baseball, was a fan of the New York Yankees, and thought the Colorado Rockies were just as good. He loved wrestling and followed Wyoming High School and NCAA Wrestling Championships. He loved any team that beat the Auckland thugs and the Denver Broncos. While playing with conflicts, he loved rough houses, steaming, and bronze. He loved Sunday sleep, Rice Peanut Butter Cups and Peanut Butter Parrot. He loved to cool down and watch movies. Some of the best films for him were “Goni”, “Sandlot”, “Stand by Me” and “Big Daddy.” He loved to ride, work, and rock. He loved Green Mountain, Lake Louis, Alcova Gorge, Pathfinder and Fremont Canyon. He loved swimming in Wyoming, floating and fishing. He loved to work hard and work hard, taking pictures of his work and colleagues. He loved Bud Light Cheladas, Dr. Pepper, Mountain Dew and Milk. He loved bean curds, tacos, and ribs from a Texas street house, where he crushed three baskets of rolls each time. Above all, he loved being a helper and always loved a new friend.

Rocky survived and is loved by his daughter, Rev. Kirk and Drake Smith; Mother, Lee Lee Kirk; Brother, Jesse Kirk; Sister, Cora and Guy Huffman; Nieces, Willow Huffman and Timberlin Huffman; Nephew, Colby and Hannah Kirk and family Brinley, Brighton and Blaley; Nephew, Corbin Kirk and Saj all; And extended family and friends in Utah, Arizona and Nevada.

Rocky was preceded in death by his father, Rocky Colvin Kirk.

In lieu of flowers, any donations to the Federal Credit Union, administered by the Rocky Kirk Memorial Fund for the benefit of Vision, will be requested by the Federal Credit Union.

Celebration of Life on September 11, 2021 at Wells Park at George Tani Baseball Stadium from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Please wear brown and gold. We want to make a notebook for Revelation. Please share your photos and stories at the following email address – Remember Rocikirk @ or bring it with you and we will collect it for her.

Michael “Todd” Cream

Michael “Todd” Cream January 18, 1967 – August 10, 2021 (age 54)

After a brief illness, 54-year-old Michael Todd entered his home in Paradise on August 10, 2021. A.D. In 1985, he resigned from the NCS. After graduation, Todd served as Eddie-1, a flight engineer, for 20 years in the US Navy. He later earned a bachelor’s degree in Diesel Power Technology at Cassper College, completed his training, obtained a tractor / trailer certificate, and worked as an oil field and construction truck driver.

Survivors include his father, Larry Creem (Brenda), his mother, Donna Gilstrap, Creem Culbertson (Richard), Sister Ry Creem, Grandpa Elsie Gilstrap, Aunt Deby Gilstrap, and his best friend and fiancé Shannon Dean. In addition, many brothers and sisters, cousins, and other relatives survived.

Todd was preceded in death by his brother Scott Crem, his grandparents GW and Doris Cream, his grandfather CE Gilstrap, and uncles “Corkey” Gilstrap and Wade Crem.

A motorbike will leave for Bustard and Jacob’s funeral on Wednesday, August 18 at 10:15 a.m., which will begin at 11:00 a.m. Todd Memorial may be donated to the Casper Human Society. .

Events for Bustard & Jacoby Funeral Home, 600 CY Ave. , Casper, WY 82601 Trusted care.

Francis Ann Tripp

Francis Ann Tripp 1944 – 2021

Francis An Tripp, 76, died at Wyoming Medical Center on Wednesday, August 11, 2021. She was born September 8, 1944, in Greville, Illinois, to a doll and a mother, Miller Whiteith. She grew up in Montana and Wyoming, and her family moved to Casper when she was 5 years old. She graduated from Natrona County High School. For many years she worked as a caretaker for Highland Park Cemetery and Caspar City. Her most recent job was working in the Walmart production department, and she worked there until she passed away. She enjoys hunting, fishing, camping and racing – especially Nascar’s Jeff Gordon driver.

She is survived by her son James (Trippa). Brother Roy White Goed Junior. Many grandchildren and great-grandchildren; And their two hairy companions are tiny tin and little bit.

She is preceded in death by her parents, her husband James Mitchell Tripp, two sons, John and Clifford, and two sisters, Mary Key and Lucil Smith.

Memorial donations may be made to the Casper Humane Society in her honor.

Events for Bustard & Jacoby Funeral Home, 600 CY Ave. , Casper, WY 82601 Trusted care.

Robert Ezra Helton

Robert Ezra Helton – August 30, 1956 – August 12, 2021 (age 64)

Robert “Rob” Helton II August 30, 1956, was born in Beckley, West Virginia, to Robert and Dorothy Aca Mutts (Allen) Helton. He grew up and studied at Beckley, WV, in 1974, graduating from Woodrow Wilson High School. Rob was once married to Judy Ellison from Oak Hill, WV, in 1977. He had two sons together, Robert E. Helton III and Ronald K. Helton. Rob lived in WV until 2003 when he moved to Wyoming after receiving a request to manage global warming. A.D. Rob met Angie Jensen in 2014 and They married in 2015, and he spent most of his life with her.

Rob enjoys bowling, playing golf and going to races or watching TV.

Surviving wife Angie Jensen Helton of Gillet, Y., Children Robert (Leah) Minot, Andy and Ronald (Kelly) Helton Oak Hill, WV; Four grandchildren Robert IV, Ronald II, Michael and Averry; And Brother Randy Helton.

He was preceded in death by his parents, Robert and Dorothy, and his two brothers, Ricky and Ronnie.

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