Obituaries: Clouser, Triplett, Homann, Taylor

Julia "Julie" Schiermeyer Clouser

Julia “Julie” Schiermeyer Clouser

Dec 23, 1942 – Nov 14, 2018

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Julie lost her battle with Pulmonary Fibrosis on Nov 14, 2018.

Julie spent her whole life helping people-as a Girl Scout counselor, teaching junior high, working with the developmentally disabled, battered women, as a Master Gardener, and as a monitor and advocate for migrant and seasonal farm workers.

Survivors include her husband, Ron Clouser and his son, Tobias Clouser, her sister Phillis Roe, her daughter Jennifer Forsberg, her son, Robert Dutton and several grandchildren.

Services will be held at Shepard of the Hills Presbyterian Church on Saturday, December 1, 2018 at 2:00PM.

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Charles P Triplett

Charles P Triplett, was born April 28, 1949 to Anna and Lawrence Triplett in Stevensville, Montana, and passed away November 9, 2018 in Casper, Wyoming.

He leaves behind his children Eva Turner, Charles Triplett Junior , Justin Triplett, Desmond Devonport; all of Casper and Chip Davenport of Colorado. He is also survived by his grandchildren; Samantha, Sabrina Triplett, Zebadiyah Murray, Ada (Jimmy), Kylee, Penelope Wall, Sophia, Justin, Jayden Triplett of Casper and Alex Triplett of South Dakota; sister Laura Mctigue special mention Alexandria Reardon , Ashley Workman and his adopted grandchildren.

He is preceded in death by his parents Lawrence Triplett and Anna Lee and stepfather William Parker; wife Diana Triplett, son; Travis Triplett, Grandchildren Michael and Jonathan Hughes; baby Wall, brothers Bert, Billy Francis, Don, Gordon, Jay Monty, sisters; Denise, Alice, Nina, Sharon and Dolly.

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Henry Carl William Homann

Henry Carl William Homann was with his family when he passed away on November 11, 2018 at the age of 81 at Central Wyoming Hospice of Casper, Wy. Henry was born October 2, 1937 to Henry Homann and Esther Nelson in Lansford, North Dakota. He went to school in Mohall, North Dakota and enlisted the Marine Corp in 1956 and honorably discharged in 1959. After which his family moved to Denver, Colorado where he met and married Jean Whitford on September 22, 1962.

Henry was in parts most of his life with Chevrolet and GMC. Prior to that he worked for Caterpillar for 16 years and was also in parts there.

Henry was a devoted husband, father, grandfather, and great grandfather. Henry and Jean had two children Michael and Sandra both of Casper. The family had many hobbies and interests through the years. He loved to travel, go snowmobiling, ride ATV’s, go boating and fishing, he loved the mountains and camping. They enjoyed a cabin they built on Casper Mountain for 17 years while they raised their family. Later years Henry loved to play pool and cards and enjoyed his clubs which he was a member of: Elks, Eagles, Moose, American Legion and VFW.

He was preceded in death by both his parents, a brother Harvey Homann of Oklahoma and numerous aunts and uncles.

He is survived by his wife Jean and their 2 children: Son Michael and his wife Deidra Homann and their daughter Nicole and their two children Skyla and Carsyn. Daughter Sandra and her husband Clint and their two sons, Jacob of Story, Wyoming and James of Casper, Wyoming.

A tribute to Henry will be held Saturday, November 17, 2018 at 11:00 a.m at the VFW and a procession for the family will be led by the National Pony Express from 800 Bryan Stock Trail to 1800 Bryan Stock Trail Casper, WY at approximately 10:30 am to honor his US Marine Corp service.

Memorials and donations can be made to Central Wyoming Hospice and Transitions at 319 S. Wilson Casper, Wyoming 82601.

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Joyce Shaw Taylor, 95, passed away on November 13, 2018. A Celebration of Joyce’s Life will be at 1:00 PM, Wednesday, November 21, 2018 at Highland Park Community Church with Pastor Tami Rudkin officiating, for her friends who can’t make it to to Highland park there will be another Celebration of Life at Mountain Plaza Assisted Living; Thursday, December 6, 2018 at 3:00 PM with Pastor Don Bergstrom officiating.