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Wyoming Obituaries and News
Eileen M. Meyer February 24, 2017

She had a passion for arts and crafts, especially her holiday ceramics. Lastly, she enjoyed vacations with her family, which included Colorado, South Dakota and Wyoming. She is survived by her husband, John; three children, Jennifer Meyer and Sara Meyer ... (Telegraph Herald)

Thomas James “Spinner” Pettrini February 24, 2017

Thomas James “Spinner” Pettrini, 67, passed away peacefully on the morning of Feb. 21 in Casper at Wyoming Medical Center. He was surrounded by family as he succumbed to a severe stroke he suffered a week earlier. Born in Casper on Dec. 23, 1949 ... (Casper Star-Tribune)

Alice Mae (McCann) Alexander February 24, 2017

She later moved to Casper, Wyoming, where she met Dick Alexander through mutual friends. They married and moved to Cheyenne, Wyo., where they had three daughters, Alexis, Angie and Allison. Dick then transferred to Villisca, Iowa, where they both worked ... (East Oregonian)

Georgia Jean Bingham February 24, 2017

She was born in Idaho Falls, Idaho, on Sept. 8, 1964, to Gerry Endecott and Carmela Clark Endecott. Georgia’s family moved to Wyoming when she was young. She attended school in Big Piney and was active in 4-H. After high school she attended and graduated ... (Billings Gazette)

Death, William ‘Bill’ R. Grant, McCool Junction resident, 64 February 24, 2017

(Rosenquist) Grant. Bill was married to Barb Davis between the years of 1982 to 1985. To them two sons were born, William (Erin) Robinson, of Wyoming, and Robert Robinson of Nebraska. Bill will be remembered for his humorous story telling. He enjoyed ... (York News-Times)


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Funeral Home Reviews
Thermopolis, Wyoming
Where are the obituaries? This site is not very user friendly............
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Las Vegas, Nevada
My brother and I chose Desert Memorial to perform our dad's cremation since their reviews were good and their rates were low. We dealt with Kristen Anderson, and we told her to ship our dad's remains to his former Kentucky address only if they could do so prior to his memorial service. Otherwise, she was to refund the shipping charge and provide me with instructions on when and where to pick up my dad's remains. About two (2) months after my dad's memorial service, Desert Memorial finally conducted my dad's cremation and sent his remains to his former address in Kentucky, without notifying us and against our prior instructions. They only told me about this after I inquired about it. Now, they are attempting to wash their hands of the matter, forcing us to attempt to clean up their mess, so to speak. I would definitely recommend looking elsewhere, since no one wants to deal with this company's mistakes in addition to the pain of the loss of one's loved one.
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Felicity, Ohio
We used them for my father-in-law and this was the first time ever used them. Most caring staff I have ever been around and prices were very reasonable. my family will use them again when the need arises.
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Flatwoods, Kentucky
Excellent service done great with my dad
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Radford, Virginia
My family recieved the worst funeral service ever from this funeral home! Just horrible
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