Justin Trey Michael Niegisch left us November 15,2018. Born Sept 9,1996 in
Casper Wyoming. Went to Westwood school, Dean Morgan then Finally Graduated in
2015 from Natrona County High School.
He love camping, Fishing, painting miniatures for 40K. He was there for his
family and his friends. Everyone will tell you the great smile and his
laughter he brought to everyone he knew. He was part of the Society of
basement Dwelling Wargamers were he played his 40k games and more. He even got
to go to Utah for a gamers which he loved and had great memories.
He is survived by his mother Drina Niegisch, His sister and husband Lori and
Markus Barfield. His twin Brother Austin Niegisch, Grandmother Pamela
Niegisch, his uncles Robert and Mike Niegisch all from Casper Wyoming. His
cousin but more like his little sister Natalia Niegisch from SC., Lilian and
Logan Barfield his niece and nephew from Casper, Wyoming. And the many Great
uncles and Aunts and cousins from all over the country.
Justin was preceded in death by his granfather Helmut Niegisch, Great
grandmother Rosie Niegisch, and his great uncle John Niegisch.
Cremation has taken place and Justin’s celebration of life will be held at a
later date in January. Can make donations to Bustards Funeral home, The
Petring foundation or Tempooary home animal rescue or like he did a lot take
a min to give a hug to someone or help someone in need for a laugh or fun.
With the holidays give the gift of love to anyone that might need just a
Sharon K Grant, was born on September 10, 1962, to Frank and Lorna Grant, Sharon went home to be with The Lord May 15th 2018 after battling cancer for two years, even though she had cancer she was never in pain.
Sharon worked for the Boys & Girls Club for Seventeen years as a bus driver, she looked forward going to work everyday and seeing her coworkers and the children she drove and cared for.
Sharon enjoyed spending time with her brother Robert Grant and having morning tea often with her sister-in-law April Reed Grant. She loved going to bingo at Troopers Bingo with her best friend of eleven years Janett Honeycutt, She had a big heart and loved those closest to her.
Sharon took care of her mom and spent a lot of time with her brother. She cared dearly for her dog Jax and loved her cats, often making sure they where cared for before she cared for herself. She was a dear friend that smiled every chance she had, with her corny and often inappropriate jokes. Sharon’s face would light up when her many friends came to visit her; she enjoyed the company and evening meals with her dear friend Karissa Weir. Sharon looked forward to her neighbor and dear friend Mark Andrew, baking sweets for her and playing cribbage together.
Sharon was at the Wyoming Medical Center many times due to complications from cancer, at that time she had grown a close bond with a very special C.N.A named Mandie Camara, they would laugh and play jokes. When Mandie walked into the room Sharon would forget she was sick, they were like “two peas in a pod” and had an unbreakable bond of friendship and love. She will be missed. Survivors are her many friends and family Robert and April Grant of Casper Wyoming, sister Janet singer of Casper, Wyoming nephew Cole singer, nieces Amanda, Jessica, Ashley and Morgan Grant, along with aunts, uncles and cousins.
Memorial donations may be made to Bustard’s Funeral Home to help with funeral expenses.
A Celebration of Life will beat 6:00PM, December 5th, 2018 at Trooper’s Bingo. It will be a potluck so please bring a covered dish.