keyboard_arrow_up

Obituaries:Wold, Wolfe, Brothwell, Richardson, and Eiserman

Obituaries:Wold, Wolfe, Brothwell, Richardson, and Eiserman

​ A wonderful lady and Casper resident, Jane Pearson Wold passed away peacefully at the age of 92 at her home in Casper, Wednesday, November 18 with her family present. Jane was born in Schenectady, New York on April 17,1923, the daughter of Joseph and Margarette Pearson. Jane attended the Brown School in Schenectady, St Agnes School for Girls in Albany, New York and Wheelock College in Boston, Massachusetts. Mrs. Wold moved to Casper the winter of 1949 from Houston, Texas with her husband John, a petroleum geologist. She and John made their home in Casper over the last 66 years. Starting in the early 1950’s Jane was an active volunteer in the Casper community as a Board member of the Casper YMCA, the Casper Garden Club, Casper Planned Parenthood and the Friends of the Library. Jane was a devoted wife to her husband John and was his biggest supporter in his many business and political activities. Jane is survived by her husband of 69 years, former Wyoming Congressman John S. Wold, their three children Peter I. Wold and wife Marla of Casper, Priscilla W. Longfield of Portland, Oregon, and Jack P. Wold and wife Hildy of Denver; eight grandchildren: Court Wold and his wife Cullen of Denver, Holly Anderson and her husband Erik of Denver, Allison Wold of Houston, Texas, Abbie Long and her husband Steve of Seattle, Washington, Matthew Wold and wife Katie of Denver, Joe Wold and wife Chelsey of Boston, MA, Cecily Read and her husband George of Ithaca, New York and Claire Longfield of Brooklyn, New York. The family expresses appreciation to the wonderful caregivers who helped Mrs. Wold in her final years. A memorial service will be held at St. Mark’s Episcopal Church on Tuesday, November 24th at 3:00 PM. In lieu of flowers, remembrances may be sent to the Casper YMCA at 315 East 15th St. Casper, WY 82601. ​Patsey L. Wolfe, 87 of Casper, passed away Monday, November 16, 2015 at Poplar Living Center in Casper. Patsey and her husband Richard "Dick" Wolfe, Sr. of 62 years raised two children, Debra and Richard, Jr. She worked for many years at Wyoming Medical Center in the laundry department, making many lasting friendships during her time there. Patsey is survived by her daughter, Debra McLean; son, Rick Wolfe; 8 grandchildren; 16 great grandchildren; and 1 great great grandchild. She loved family gatherings when everyone was together. Family always meant a lot to her. She will be missed by all. ​Cheryl Louise Brothwell was born June 17, 1947 in Torrington, Wyoming to Robert Oren Daley and Margaret Bernice Jolley. She married Junior Floyd Brothwell on August 31, 1973 in Casper, Wyoming. She was a retired electrician. Before retirement she made circuit boards for 747 jet planes. She is survived by her husband Junior Floyd Brothwell, her daughters Tia Lawrence (Dennis) of Casper, Son Travis Crawford (Marti) of Cheyenne; grandchildren Tiarra Lawrence, Ashlee Crawford, Christopher Lawrence, Brandi Lawrence, Brandon Crawford, Melissa Crawford, Troy and Natasha Brothwell, great-grandchild Aiden Crawford, Aleesia Lawrence, Annabella Lawrence, Joseph Lawrence Madyson Brothwell, Robert Brothwell, and Emily Brothwell,; brother Glenn Daley (Renee) and sister Gloria Stiles (Clemeth) and Debra Lawrence. She was preceded in death by her parents Robert Daley and Margaret Daley and her brother Dennis Daley. Cheryl was a sweet soul with such a big heart. Her joy was her family and friends and she would do anything for them. She loved to do bead work, pottery, painting and knitting. Services will done at a later date. Bustard’s Funeral Home is assisting the family with arrangements. ​Robert “Bob” Richardson, Sr. passed away peacefully surrounded by loved ones on November 14, 2015, at his home in Casper, WY. Robert was one of seven children born to Louis Wempen and Howard Richardson on June 6,1937 in Pavillion, WY, where he graduated from high school. After high school Bob began his career inUranium mining. Bob retired after 15 years with Pathfinder Mining. Bob married his first wife Jo Hayner and together they had one son; Robert Richardson, Jr. He later married the love of his life, Nina Abston in 1975. In 2007, Bob and Nina Moved to Casper from Pavillion. This move though be it for health reasons, put the couple much closer to his son Bob and his Grandchildren and great-grandchildren. They enjoyed hunting and fishing, but most of all Bob loved to spend time with his family and the family dog Miss Blue. In February of this year Bob had to say goodbye to his wife when she passed. This devastating loss was followed closely by his son’s passing in May. These two losses contributed a great deal to the decline of his health. Just as with Nina his granddaughter Sara, was right there by his side for anything he could need. His other two grandchildren, Bobby and Samantha spent a great deal of time with him as well, which provided much joy to his final days. Bob is survived by his three grandchildren, Sara (Rex) Thronburg, Bobby Richardson, and Samantha Richardson; four great-grandchildren, Alexandra Hart, Sloan Hart, Rylan Thronburg and Chloee Thronburg; stepson, Forest Foote; his siblings, Cecil Richardson, Allen Richardson, Jane Laughery and Lavaughn Richardson; as well as his constant companion, his dog Miss Blue. He was preceded in death by his parents; his son, Robert Richardson, Jr., and his wife, Nina. A celebration of life and time for sharing will be held at 10:00 AM, Saturday, November 21, 2015 at Bustard’s Funeral Home, with Cherie Nelson officiating. This will be a true celebration and we ask that you please share a few of your fondest memories of Bob. To leave condolences for the family, please visit Bustardsfuneralhome.com. ​Fred M. Eiserman was on born October 24, 1923in PearI River, NY, the son of Fred J. and Anna R. Eiserman. HeGraduated from Pearl River High School in 1941. He enlisted in the U.S. Coast Guard and served aboard the USS Cepheus AKA 18. He saw action in the European and Mediterranean Theater, including the invasion of Southern France. Duty in the Pacific Theater included the invasion of Okinawa and in the occupation of Japan and China. After his discharge, he attended Utah State University. He married Elizabeth Sipos on December 22, 1948 in Logan Utah. Following graduation from Utah State University, he began work with the Wyoming Game and Fish department as one of a team of the first fisheries biologists in the State. During the 28 years in that service, he was instrumental in the development of many fisheries management practices. At the time of his resigning he was Supervisor of Fisheries Management and Research. He chaired the first Instream Flow Conference in 1976 and served on the legislative interim committee addressing the issue of instream flows and he destruction of stream stability by unregulated dredging. During this period he received numerous awards including the American Fisheries Society Award of Excellence, the Wyoming Game & Fish Award for Meritorious Contributions to the Protection Riparian Wildlife Habitat, the Wyoming Game & Fish Commission Special Commendation Award, and the National Wildlife Federation Conservation Award ad was elected into the National Fisheries Hall of Excellence in 1995. He was voted into the prestigious “Outdoor Hall of Fame”. He was a member of the American Fisheries Society and served as President of that Society’s Western Division. He also served on the Colorado River Wildlife Council and the Wyoming development Council and is an honorary member of the Great Plains Fisheries Workers Association. And, is a member of the American Institute of Fisheries Research Biologists. He served on numerous church and civic Committees and served a Board member of the Platte River Parkway Trust. Following employment with the Wyoming Game & Fish Department, he was employed by Bechtel Corporation working as Manager of environmental Compliance for the ETSI pipeline in Casper and San Francisco. Following this employment, he took a position with Woodward Clyde in Anchorage, Alaska as Manager for Environmental Services. At the end of his career, he worked for URS Corporation (Woodward Clyde) as marketing representative in Wyoming. He was a member of Our Saviors Lutheran Church, the Audubon Society, the Veterans of Foreign Wars, SME, Fort Casper Historical Society, the Wyoming Geological Association, Asst. at Casper College Wildlife Museum; Asst. with Library of Congress Veteran’s Interviews. He was preceded in death by his wife. He is survived by his three sons and their wives, Mark and Shar Eiserman, Eric Eiserman, Chris and Jeanene Eiserman; his grandson, Tyler; and his sister and brother-in-law, Arlene and Philip Anns. Memorial services will be held at 10 a.m. Friday, November 20, 2015 at Our Saviour’s Lutheran Church. Visitation will be from 4 to 8 p.m. Wednesday, November 18 at Bustard’s Funeral Home. Contributions in Fred Eiserman’s name may be made to the charity of the donor’s choice. #obits #oilcity #news