David Gary Gardner (courtesy of Newcomer Funeral Home)
David Gary Gardner
David Gardner, 48, peacefully went to his heavenly home on January 14, 2020, but will not be forgotten. David was born on July 8, 1971 in Fort Kent, Maine, to Gary and Paula Gardner.
He graduated from Fort Kent High School and received his Bachelor of Science in Nursing from the University of Maine in Fort Kent, where he met his wife Rebecca Robinson and married her on August 15, 1992 as Sophomores. After graduating in May 1995, David was employed as an officer in the United States Navy, where he served until fall 2006.
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In 2002 David and Rebecca welcomed a son, Joshua David, and in 2004 their son, Caleb Jonathan, was added to their family. David loved learning and achieved success in completing a Master of Arts Christian Studies, a Master of Divinity Ministry, a Master in Business Administration, and a Master of Science in Nursing Leadership. David loved kayaking, reading Harley Davidson motorcycles, and most of all, spending time with his boys and wife.
David is killed by his sister Rene and his wife Rebecca, sons Joshua and Caleb, and parents Gary and Paula Gardner survive.
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Donald John Eckelberg (Courtesy of Newcomer Funeral Home)
Donald John Eckelberg
Donald J. Eckelberg, who lived in Casper for a long time, died on January 3, 2020, and was 90 years old.
Don was born in Sparta, Wisconsin in September 1929 and grew up in Tomah, WI. In 1948 he graduated from Tomah High School as a Valedictorian. In 1952 he earned a Bachelor of Science in geology from the University of Wisconsin in Madison.
Don met Marise Grovesteen at Tomah High School and married her in March 1949.
Mr. Eckelberg worked as an oil geologist and began his lifelong career in Houston, TX, at Shell Oil Co., and later moved to Casper, WY to work for Conoco, Inc. Vice President of Exploration for North West Exploration in Denver, CO. From 1983, Don became an independent consultant for the exploration and production of oil and gas.
Don loved pheasant hunting with his sons and fishing trips with all of his children, extensive travels in WY, CO, MT, WA and Canada, mainly to go on vacation and to view and explain and teach the children the shallow geological formations along the way, how they were formed. Geology was really his passion.
Don is survived by his five children, Kurt von Glenrock, WY, Jenne (James Sexton) from Golden, Co, Eric from Casper, WY, Kim (H. Gregory Pearson) from Tuscaloosa, AL, and Bart (Michelle) from Lakewood , CO; Seven grandchildren and one great-grandchild. His wife Marise (2010), granddaughter Amanda Sexton (1999) and many dear friends died before him.
A memorial service will be held on January 17, 2020 at 10:30 a.m. in the Lutheran Trinity Church, 1240 S. Missouri Ave. Pastor Jon Olson officiated.